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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-01-08
    来源: 广东省东莞市南开实验学校2016-2017学年高一上学期期初考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    If you’re going to travel in England and wish to be _31__ there, don’t try to speak English perfectly, __32_ if you do so, no one will understand you. In London ninety-nine in every hundred people speak _33__ English. You may say that _34__ they don’t speak English well themselves, they can _35__ understand it when it is well spoken. They can when the _36__ is English. But when the speaker is a _37__, the better he speaks, the __38__ it is to understand him.

    No foreigner can _39__ stress (重读) the syllables (音节) and make the tone _40__ and fall in question and __41__ exactly as a __42__ does. __43__ the first thing you have to do is to speak with a strong __44__ accent, and speak broken English, that is, English without any__45__. Then every English person you __46__ will at once know you’re a foreigner, and be ready to __47__ you. He will not __48__ you to be polite and use grammar. He will be __49__ by his cleverness in understanding your _50__ and being able to tell what you want to know.

    31. A. settled

    B. heard

    C. understood

    D. known

    32. A. because

    B. unless  

    C. whatever

    D. however

    33. A. American

    B. bad

    C. standard

    D. no

    34A. when

    B. since

    C. as if

    D. even if

    35A. hardly

    B. really

    C. at least

    D. at most

    36A. reader

    B. speaker   

    C. teacher

    D. lawyer

    37A. foreigner  

    B. stranger

    C. Londoner

    D. teacher

    38A. better

    B. easier

    C. harder

    D. clearer

    39A. never

    B. even  

    C. ever        

    D. only

    40A. right

    B. exact

    C. raise

    D. rise

    41A. request

    B. answer

    C. command

    D. settle

    42A. native

    B. foreigner    

    C. child

    D. reporter

    43A. While

    B. Although

    C. Because

    D. Therefore

    44A. London     

    B. British

    C. foreign  

    D. country

    45A. grammar

    B. mistake

    C. expression

    D. word

    46A. know

    B. see  

    C. look for

    D. speak with

    47A. welcome

    B. help

    C. teach

    D. praise

    48A. expect

    B. direct

    C. show

    D. think

    49A. strict

    B. surprised

    C. happy

    D. praised

    50A. way

    B. meaning

    C. hobby

    D. country

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  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-01-03
    来源: 福建省三明市清流一中2016-2017学年高二(平行班)第一阶段(10月)考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    Millions of people now use computers for many different things communication, study and so on. Of course, computers are great and have  41  some people’s lives for the better.  42  , they can cause problems too. Many people who use computers a lot can develop  43  problems. They find that their eyesight gets  44  , for example, if they look at the screen for too long. Users’ hands and arms can become  45  from making the same movements thousands of times, while using a keyboard and a mouse. People who have computers are also spending more 46  sitting down, and less time  47  , so many of them are becoming overweight.

    Other problems are psychological (心理上的). Computers, the Internet and email have made people’s lives much  48  . This can be very exciting,  49  it also means that people feel under a lot of pressure (压力) to do everything more quickly. Addiction is also a  50  with more and more young people. Many of them spend hours and hours  51  different websites, sometimes until very late  52  . This means they can’t work or study  53  and can have problems keeping friends. Some studies in the United States have  54  that young children and teenagers who spend many hours at computers can easily get  55  .

    Computers can be a really  56  part of children’s lives because they can be  57  for research, finding pictures and reading the latest news. But parents and teachers need to  58 children to learn how to use computers in  59  ways, says teacher Jane Shields. And children need to learn when it’s time to  60  and do something different.

    41. A. built                B. saved            C. ruled                     D. changed

    42. A. Instead           B. However       C. Finally                  D. Fortunately

    43. A. physical         B. strange         C. social                   D. lifelong

    44. A. fine                 B. stronger               C. worse                   D. normal

    45. A. dirty                B. perfect          C. injured                  D. shaky

    46. A. money            B. time                      C. energy                 D. effort

    47. A. studying         B. working         C. playing                 D. exercising

    48. A. harder            B. safer              C. faster                           D. happier

    49. A. but                  B. so                  C. if                           D. because

    50. A. reason           B. mistake         C. problem                      D. goal

    51. A. visiting           B. correcting     C. creating                      D. designing

    52. A. at noon          B. at night          C. in the morning     D. in the afternoon

    53. A. freely              B. slowly            C. tirelessly              D. carefully

    54. A. forgotten               B. guessed              C. shown                  D. doubted

    55. A. hungry            B. selfish           C. lonely                    D. sleepy

    56. A. good                     B. small             C. private                 D. crazy

    57. A. asked            B. used              C. found                    D. tried

    58. A. allow              B. order             C. help                             D. warn

    59. A. different         B. simple           C. healthy                 D. quick

    60. A. stay                B. leave             C. come                   D. Miss

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-01-02
    来源: 福建省莆田第八中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Body language is the quiet, secret and most powerful language of all! It speaks    41    than words. According to specialists, our bodies send out more   42    than we realize. In fact, non-verbal communication takes up about 50% of what we really     43   , and body language is particularly   44    when we attempt to communicate across cultures. Indeed, what is called body language is so   45    a part of us that it's actually often unnoticed. And misunderstandings occur as a result of it.  46   , different societies treat the   47    between people differently. Northern Europeans usually do not like having   48    contact even with friends, certainly not with    49   . People from Latin American countries,   50   , touch each other quite a lot. Therefore, it's possible that in   51   , it may look like a Latino is   52    a Norwegian all over the room. The Latino, trying to express friendship, will keep moving   53   . The Norwegian, very probably seeing this as pushiness, will keep     54    - which the Latino will in return regard as   55   .

       Clearly, a great deal is going on when people   56   . And only a part of it is in the words themselves. And when parties are from   57    cultures, there's a strong possibility of   58   . But whatever the situation, the best   59    is to obey the Golden Rule: treat others as you would like to be   60   .

    41. A. straighter
    42. A. sounds       
    43. A. hope
    44. A. immediate
    45. A. well   
    46. A. For example   
    47. A. trade
    48. A. eye   
    49. A. strangers
    50. A. in other words
    51. A. trouble    
    52. A. disturbing
    53. A. closer
    54. A. stepping forward 
    55. A. weakness      
    56. A. talk
    57. A. different
    58. A. curiosity
    59. A. chance
    60. A. noticed

    B. louder
    B. invitations
    B. receive
    B. misleading
    B. far
    B. Thus
    B. distance
    B. verbal
    B. relatives
    B. on the other hand
    B. conversation
    B. helping
    B. faster
    B. going on
    B. carelessness
    B. travel
    B. European     
    B. excitement
    B. time
    B. treated

    C. harder
    C. feelings
    C. discover
    C. important
    C. much     
    C. However
    C. connections
    C. bodily 
    C. neighbors     
    C. in a similar way
    C. silence   
    C. guiding  
    C. in
    C. backing away    
    C. friendliness  
    C. laugh      
    C. Latino
    C. misunderstanding
    C. result
    C. respected     

    D. further  
    D. messages
    D. mean 
    D. difficult 
    D. long     
    D. In short
    D. greetings    
    D. telephone
    D. enemies     
    D. by all means
    D. experiment
    D. following
    D. away
    D. coming out
    D. coldness
    D. think
    D. rich
    D. nervousness 
    D. advice
    D. pleased

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2016-12-31
    来源: 安徽省郎溪县郎溪中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第一次(10月)月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Thousands of years ago, it was common to see many stars in the sky.  41 , this changed with the invention of   42 . Cities have gone brighter, using more lights. And that means most people in urban areas will never see beautiful groups of stars. They will never see a _43_ night sky and never be inspired by it.

       Today, people are  44_ by light ----- even at night time. Much of this light _45_ where it shouldn’t be---it creates light  46_ . For example, a person can put a light outside to shine on his own house. But the light could be so strong that it may  47_ shine on his neighbor’s house. The _48_ light shining on the neighbor’s house is one kind of light pollution.

       But is all this light really a big _49_ ? People need light to see, work and drive safely at night, and for many other things! But scientists say that this extra light has proven _50_ on living creatures---animals and humans.

       One kind of animal _51_ by light pollution is the bird. Many birds travel to a different area of the world to lay eggs,  52_ at night. But lights from tall buildings can _53_ the birds off their natural path. They may also crash into brightly lighted buildings, in danger of losing their _54_.

       Human beings experience problems _55_ light pollution too. Light affects some chemicals in people’s bodies. And people who are continually  _56_ to light at night have higher rates of health problems.

       People and animals need light, _57_  they also need darkness. Experts say that people must use light  _58_ . Only use the amount of light that you _59_. Don’t think that more light is better light. People also can greatly _60_ light pollution by using well-designed lights, which only shine light where it should be. Using less light and better lighting decisions reduces the energy people use.

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

    42. A. cars               B. computers         C. television         D. electricity

    43. A. special            B. natural           C. dark               D. big

    44. A. surrounded         B. controlled        C. confirmed          D. affected

    45. A. changes           B. moves            C. travels            D. grows

    46. A. sources            B. levels            C. failure            D. pollution

    47. A. also               B. just              C. still              D. again

    48. A. direct              B. extra             C. sudden           D. close

    49. A. difference          B. problem           C. loss              D. challenge

    50. A. effects             B. results           C. costs              D. chances

    51. A. expected           B. destroyed         C. influenced          D. discovered

    52. A. early              B. usually           C. finally             D. immediately

    53. A. scare              B. turn              C. stop              D. lead

    54. A. sight              B. energy            C. life               D. way

    55. A. because of          B. instead of         C. in case of          D. in front of

    56. A. exposed            B. introduced        C. devoted            D. limited

    57. A. if                 B. for               C. but                D. or

    58. A. secretly            B. wisely            C. sincerely           D. openly

    59. A. own               B. provide           C. need              D. love

    60. A. cause              B. forget            C. reduce             D. forbid

    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:2016-12-27
    来源: 安徽省安徽师大附中2016-2017学年高二上学期第一次月考(10月)英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    Here’s a surprising fact: Of the 1.1 million firefighters in the United States, about 780,000 are volunteers. Roughly a third of the population is    41    by mostly- or all-volunteer fire departments.

    Also    42   , perhaps. Sometimes they have to pay for their own gear.

    I    43    this because I volunteer as a firefighter in Durango, Colorado. I responded to more than 50 calls in 2014, everything from    44    to car accidents. In that period, I spent close to $1,000 on optional gear not supplied by my    45   , things like higher-quality flashlights, knives, and better gloves, which make my    46    easier.

    Yesterday, a    47    was introduced in Congress that would give a significant tax break to those who volunteer their time as    48    responders. I hope it passes, not because it will put some money in my pocket (   49   , hey, that’ll be nice) but because it will ease the financial burden on volunteers and acknowledge their time commitment. I believe it will    50    more people to help.

    And we    51    that.

    In    52    areas where population density is low and calls for fire and EMS services are relatively rare, it just doesn’t    53    to have career firefighters on the staff 24/7 (全天候).    54   , volunteers are used to fill in the    55   . We are ready to put our regular lives aside to help someone on what is the    56    day of their life. We have likely never met before, and might never again, but it doesn’t    57    in a crisis. Without volunteers, the whole system would collapse.

    There’s a T-shirt that’s popular among us, reading “For Pride, Not    58   .” We volunteer because we know our    59    need us. We don’t need a small tax break. Without one, we’ll still put on our gear when the alarm goes off without any    60   . But we’d appreciate one, and if it encourages more people to join us, it’s worth it.

    41. A. taught            B. inspired           C. supported         D. protected

    42. A. surprising       B. amusing          C. pleasing            D. worrying

    43. A. appreciate       B. know              C. prove               D. analyze

    44. A. wildfires         B. wars               C. lightning           D. embarrassments

    45. A. company        B. department      C. team                 D. family

    46. A. manner           B. life                  C. project              D. job

    47. A. guest              B. politician          C. bill                   D. word

    48. A. wise               B. proud              C. same                D. first

    49. A. so                  B. when              C. though              D. because

    50. A. encourage       B. persuade          C. invite                D. allow

    51. A. neglect           B. need                C. predict              D. admit

    52. A. dark               B. rural                C. dirty                 D. cold

    53. A. end up            B. stand out         C. work out          D. make sense

    54. A. Recently         B. Quickly           C. Instead             D. Besides

    55. A. time               B. hole                C. form                D. gap

    56. A. busiest           B. hottest             C. worst               D. shortest

    57. A. matter            B. pass                C. exist                 D. happen

    58. A. Satisfaction     B. Pay                 C. Strength           D. Education

    59. A. communities   B. neighbors        C. children            D. patients

    60. A. disappointment   B. trouble            C. hesitation          D. anxiety

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  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2016-12-14
    来源: 2016年 《百校联盟》新课标II高考押题卷第七模拟英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    It always seemed like having traditions was a good thing. They create  21  that will last a lifetime. So when our children, David and Darla, were preschoolers we  22  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  23  tree into the house. It smelled so good. We would turn on the Christmas songs  24  the tree decoration began.

    Our hearts seemed to  25  to the merriment of the Christmas songs. The kids’ eyes twinkled(闪光) with  26 . 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  27  to help decorate the tree. I was so  28 . Before we knew it, the tree decoration was finished. It was a beautiful tree and its  29  smell filled the room. As we had every year before, I brought out the eggnog and the pfeffernüsse cookies for our traditional  30 .

    Then, during the laughter, Darla suddenly got very  31  and said she had something to tell me. From her hesitation and body 32 , I learned that she was  33  it. She sat down next to me. Then very  34  and caringly, Darla looked me in the eye and said, "Mom, I’ve  35  liked pfeffernüsse cookies."

    Then I  36  the importance of what she had just said. Why didn’t she ever tell me? All those childhood years, rather than  37  Mom’s feelings and spoil Mom’s tradition, she had stood the cookies  38 . From a child’s heart, year after year she had given me the gift of  39 !

    My daughter taught me life’s very important  40 : The best gifts aren’t always found under the Christmas tree.

    21

    A.wonders

    B.imaginations

    C.memories

    D.interests

    22

    A.took over

    B.put out

    C.turned down

    D.set up

    23

    A.cut

    B.bought

    C.grown

    D.decorated

    24

    A.unless

    B.before

    C.while

    D.though

    25

    A.whisper

    B.swing

    C.talk

    D.dance

    26

    A.amazement

    B.curiosity

    C.delight

    D.anxiety

    27

    A.offered

    B.refused

    C.pretended

    D.hesitated

    28

    A.disappointed

    B.regretful

    C.puzzled

    D.grateful

    29

    A.lasting

    B.unique

    C.pleasant

    D.unusual

    30

    A.activity

    B.custom

    C.souvenir

    D.celebration

    31

    A.annoyed

    B.depressed

    C.serious

    D.quiet

    32

    A.language

    B.shape

    C.image

    D.expression

    33

    A.expecting

    B.fearing

    C.resisting

    D.recalling

    34

    A.casually

    B.shyly

    C.humorously

    D.gently

    35

    A.ever

    B.yet

    C.never

    D.just

    36

    A.explained

    B.realized

    C.admitted

    D.remembered

    37

    A.comfort

    B.hurt

    C.understand

    D.convey

    38

    A.silently

    B.roughly

    C.gradually

    D.unfairly

    39

    A.patience

    B.desire

    C.love

    D.determination

    40

    A.knowledge

    B.inspiration

    C.technique

    D.lesson

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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2016-12-14
    来源: 2016年 《百校联盟》新课标II高考押题卷第二模拟英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    Volunteering abroad comes with a bit of a social stigma(耻辱). From my  21 , this couldn’t be further from the truth. Volunteering isn’t so expensive that it’s only a  22  for the well-off. I spent 10 weeks volunteering in Arizona with America Conservation Experience(ACE), helping  23  America’s natural beauty.

    The  24  was arranged through BUNAC, a work and volunteer organization.  25  it cost me around $1,000 — a sum which I  26  mostly by working part-time.

    The self-indulgent(放纵自己的) image is  27  to overseas volunteer projects. However, the work can be  28 . I spent my time maintaining trails, building fences and carrying out projects in some of the national monuments of America. Summer temperatures in Arizona stay well above 35,  29  pleasant if you’re carrying 50kg of concrete for 10 hours at a time. And then there was the wildlife to deal with, which  30  my strength of character and made my  31  of the English household spider disappear.

     32  do most people volunteer for? Probably they want to  33  things to the world. But in reality, you  34  just as much as the local communities and ecosystems you’re helping.

    Spending 10 weeks in America’s most beautiful national parks and forests was  35  . I gained a far deeper  36  of the local environment than the average tourist, 37  ex-national park rangers(护林者) who knew  38  of the area’s history and ecosystem. But best of all, my 10 weeks were spent volunteering with young people from a mix of  39  — from Belgians to South Koreans. When I left Arizona, I returned home having made a lifelong 40  with people from around the world.

    21

    A.aspect

    B.experience

    C.impression

    D.observation

    22

    A.choice

    B.dream

    C.habit

    D.destination

    23

    A.explore

    B.develop

    C.preserve

    D.find

    24

    A.trip

    B.fund

    C.organization

    D.conference

    25

    A.In other words

    B.As a result

    C.In all

    D.On average

    26

    A.awarded

    B.sponsored

    C.invested

    D.covered

    27

    A.similar

    B.equal

    C.relevant

    D.close

    28

    A.easy-going

    B.hard-going

    C.interesting

    D.instructive

    29

    A.still

    B.never

    C.yet

    D.even

    30

    A.enriched

    B.challenged

    C.improved

    D.affected

    31

    A.fear

    B.curiosity

    C.frustration

    D.dislike

    32

    A.Why

    B.How

    C.Who

    D.What

    33

    A.take out

    B.give back

    C.make up

    D.bring in

    34

    A.succeed

    B.remember

    C.learn

    D.benefit

    35

    A.unreal

    B.unbearable

    C.unbelievable

    D.unforgettable

    36

    A.meaning

    B.appreciation

    C.understanding

    D.commitment

    37

    A.interviewing

    B.meeting

    C.inviting

    D.recording

    38

    A.perfectly

    B.partly

    C.naturally

    D.vividly

    39

    A.origins

    B.platforms

    C.cultures

    D.schools

    40

    A.campaign

    B.promise

    C.contest

    D.bond

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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2016-12-12
    来源: 山西省康杰中学2015-2016学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题解析(解析版)Word版含解析.doc

    As usual, it was always cold during the days. Hibury was cut off from the rest of the world because of heavy snow.

      It was a cold January in 1925 in North Alaska. The town was cut off on the 20th of that month, Dr. Welch  41 a sick boy, Billy, and knew he had diphtheria, a deadly infectious(传染的) disease mainly affecting children. The children of Hibury would be  42  if it struck the town. Dr. Welch needed medicine as soon as possible to stop other kids from getting sick.  43 , the closest supply was over 1,000 miles away, in Anchorage.

      How could the medicine get to Hibury? The town’s  44  was already full of ice, so it couldn’t come by ship. Cars and horses couldn’t travel on the  45 roads. Jet airplanes and big trucks didn’t exist yet.

      __46  January 26, Billy and three other children had died. Twenty more were  47 Hibury’s town officials came up with a(n)  48  . They would have the medicine sent by  49  from Anchorage to Nenana. From there, dogeled(狗拉雪橇)drivers—known as “mushers”---would   50  it to Hibury in a relay(接力).

       The race began on January 27. The first musher, Shannon, picked up the medicine from the train at Nenana and rode all night.  51  he handed the medicine to the next musher, Shannon’s face was black from the extreme cold.

       On January 31, a musher named Seppala had to  52 a frozen body of water called Norton Sound. It was the most  __53 part of the journey. Norton Sound was covered with ice, which could sometimes break up without warning. If that happened, Seppala might fall into the icy water below. He would  54  , and so would the sick children of HIbury. But Seppala made it across.

       A huge snowstorm hit on February 1. A musher named Kaasen had to brave this storm. At one point huge piles of snow blocked his  55  . He had to leave the trail(雪橇痕迹) to get around them. Conditions were so bad that it was impossible for him to  56  the trail again. The only hope was Balto, Kaasen’s lead dog, Balto put his nose to the ground,  57  to find the smell of other dogs that had traveled on the trail. If Balto failed, it would mean disaster for Hibury. The minutes passed by. Suddenly, Balto began to  58  . He had found the trail.

       At 5:30 a m. on February 2, Kaasen and his dog  59  in HIbury. Within minutes, Dr. Welch had the medicine. He quickly gave it to the sick children. All of them recovered.

       Hibury had been   60  .

    41. A. examined  B. warned   C. interviewed D. cured

    42. A. harmless   B. helpless  C. fearless    D. careless

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

    44. A. airport     B. station   C. harbor    D. border

    45. A. narrow     B. snowy   C. busy     D. dirty

    46. A. From      B. On      C. By       D. After

    47. A. tired       B. upset    C. pale      D. sick

    48. A. plan       B. excuse   C. message  D. topic

    49. A. air        B. rail      C. sea       D. road

    50. A. carry     B. return    C. mail      D. give

    51. A. Though   B. Since    C. When     D. If

    52. A. enter     B. move    C. visit       D. cross

    53. A. shameful  B. boring   C. dangerous  D. foolish

    54. A. escape    B. bleed    C. swim      D. die

    55. A. memory  B. exit      C. way       D. destination

    56. A. find      B. fix      C. pass       D. change

    57. A. pretending B. trying    C. asking     D. learning

    58. A. run       B. leave    C. bite       D. play

    59. A. gathered   B. stayed   C. camped    D. arrived

    60. A. controlled  B. saved    C. founded   D. developed

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 上海市金山中学2015-2016学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    The huge thirst for jobs in the civil service has made the national civil servant exam one of China’s most competitive tests. The first exam was held in 1995, and since then more and more people have (51) _____________for it, with applications reaching a peak over the last two years.

    The latest online (52)_____________, carried out by China Youth Daily and www.qq.com, (53) ___________ that more than 73 per cent of young people want to work as civil servants. Of the 17,330 participants, about 83 per cent said they were attracted by the job's (54)         , guaranteed health care and pension(抚恤金).  (55)        , 55 per cent said it could bring "practical profits."

    Nearly 1 million people (56)         to take the exam last year, yet only just over 10,000 were finally (57)         . This year the stiff (severe) competition continued. The exact number of applicants is not known, with the final day for (58)           today.

    But the influx(流入) of applicants has already broken the exam's website once. China Youth Daily (59)          that the site was forced to close for maintenance due to (60)         high traffic on the night of October 16. In a typical year several hundred applicants will apply for many of the jobs listed. For example, the five job vacancies (61)         by the secretariat of the Central Committee of the Party have this year (62)          more than 3,880 applicants.

    In general, the exam means 50 people competing for one post, the report said. (63) ________        as civil servants are attractive, not only because of the stable income and good health care, but also because of the low risks (64)          with the power and (65)          the positions enjoy. Among the total 6 million public servants, around 20,000 were dismissed between 1996 and 2003.

    51.    A. put up                   B. signed up              C. made up               D. taken up

    52.    A. discussion             B. search                  C. survey                  D. project

    53.    A. found                    B. told                       C. spoke                   D. insisted

    54.    A. interest                 B. concept                 C. difficulty                D. stability

    55.    A. But                        B. Otherwise             C. Meanwhile            D. Instead

    56.    A. entered                 B. adopted                C. allowed                 D. applied

    57.    A. employed              B. won                       C. succeeded            D. dismissed

    58.    A. examination          B. applications          C. vote                      D. decision

    59.    A. declared               B. translated             C. praised                 D. reported

    60.    A. generally               B. unusually              C. commonly             D. naturally

    61.    A. provided               B. introduced            C. supplied                D. planned

    62     A. grasped                B. pulled                    C. attracted               D. drawn

    63.    A. Spots                    B. Locations              C. Work                     D. Positions

    64.    A. satisfied                B. complained           C. compared             D. recognized

    65.    A. sources                 B. entertainments      C. resources             D. developments

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 江苏省泰兴中学2015-2016学年高一5月阶段性检测英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    The first KFC opened in Beijing in 1982. Three years later, the first McDonald’s restaurant opened in Shenzhen, a major city in Southern China. In just a few decades, they have become part of Chinese people’s   36   life. Why?

    In recent years, Western fast food is more   37   to common people. But in the past, they were very expensive, but   38   people still crowded into the stores. Why? In fact, the high price there might have partly worked in the fast food chains’   39  . Western fast food was considered   40   of a luxury at the time. The image made Western fast Food something special and   41  .

    Just as Chinese consumers are   42   Western foods, Western fast food chains are   43 

    changed from their original ones to better meet Chinese   44  . Food items at KFC all taste   45    or mild in order to   46   Chinese people’s favor of spicy foods. Western fast food chains are not simply   47   foreign foods to the Chinese market.   48  , Western chains integrate(整合) aspects of Chinese foods into traditional Western fast food.

    The differences between Western and Chinese food indicate some   49  . Though Chinese tastes have changed Western fast food, Chinese still   50   the food to be new and different. As was said by a young female customer of KFC, “Chinese food, that’s all I ever ate when I was growing up … I want something   51  .”

    Western fast food chains not only sell Western food, but sell a dining   52   that did not exist in China before. In contrast to Pizza Huts in the US, which mainly   53   pizzas to customers, Pizza Hut in China offers a casual dining experience. Pizza Huts are said to be favored by Chinese customers for its comparably friendlier   54   and cleaner setting in comparison to local   55   restaurants.

    36.       A. traditional               B. everyday                C. general                   D. best

    37.       A. fit                            B. luxurious                 C. affordable               D. changeable

    38.       A. many                      B. few                          C. several                          D. some

    39.       A. advantage                     B. shortcoming            C. strength                  D. favor

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

    41.       A. interesting                     B. desirable                C. delicious               D. tasty

    42.       A. referring to                    B. applying to                     C. turning to                D. adapting to

    43.       A. in return                  B. in turn                    C. in exchange           D. in effect

    44.       A. foods                            B. drinks                     C. tastes                           D. smells

    45.       A. spicy                       B. sweet                            C. delicious               D. juicy

    46.       A. agree                      B. suit                         C. fit                           D. interest

    47.       A. presenting                    B. gathering                      C. laying                     D. creating

    48.       A. However                 B. Yet                         C. But                         D. Rather

    49.       A. thoughts               B. reasons                 C. results                   D. puzzles

    50.       A. consider                 B. think                      C. treat                       D. imagine

    51.       A. similar                    B. unique                   C. safe                        D. different

    52.       A. adventure                     B. experience                    C. performance          D. behavior

    53.       A. provide                  B. hand                             C. deliver                   D. supply

    54.       A. service                   B. treatment                      C. customers                     D. friends

    55.       A. American                B. Chinese                 C. Western                 D. Eastern

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 江苏省射阳县高级中学2017届高三9月期初调研考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        Few Americans stay in one place for a lifetime. We _36__ from the city to the suburbs, from high school to college in a different state, from a job in one region to a better job __37__, from the home where we __38__ our children to the home where we plan to live in __39_. With each move we are __40__ making new friends, who become part of our new life.

        For many of us the __41__ is a special time for forming new friendships. Today, millions of Americans go on vocation __42__, and they go not only to see new sights but also -- in those places where they do not feel too __43__-- with the hope of meeting new people. No one really __44__ a vacation trip to produce a close friend, but the beginning of a friendship is possible. Surely in every country people __45__ friendship.

        The word “friend” to American people can be __46__ to a wide range of relationships -- to someone one has known for a few weeks in a new place, to a close business companion, to a childhood playmate, to a man or woman, to a __47__ colleague. There are real __48__ among these relations for Americans -- a friendship may be __49__, casual, situational or deep and lasting. But to a European, who sees only our surface behavior, the differences are not clear.

        As Europeans see it, all kinds of “friends” flow __50__ of Americans' homes with little ceremony. They may be parents of the children's friends, house guests of neighbors, members of a committee, business associates from another town or even another country. __51__ as a guest into an American home, the European visitor finds no __52__ differences. The atmosphere is __53__. Most people, old and young, are called __54_ first names. Americans’ characteristic openness to different styles of relationship makes it possible for us to find new friends abroad with whom we feel __55___.

    36. A. drive            B. commute         C. move             D. settle

    37. A. abroad           B. elsewhere            C. somewhere            D. nowhere

    38. A. deliver          B. protect              C. educate              D. raise

    39. A. retirement       B. death                C. illness              D. sadness

    40. A. mostly           B. mainly               C. rarely               D. forever

    41. A. winter           B. summer               C. spring               D. autumn

    42. A. along            B. freely               C. together             D. abroad

    43. A. alone            B. strange              C. scared               D. remote

    44. A. allows           B. desires              C. expects              D. imagines

    45. A. form             B. develop              C. ignore               D. value

    46. A. used             B. applied              C. stuck                D. dedicated

    47. A. kind             B. generous             C. trusted              D. helpful

    48. A. differences     B. varieties            C. distinctions         D. diversities

    49. A. informal         B. reliable             C. shallow              D. fragile

    50. A. in and out                               B. on and on           

       C. by and by                                 D. up and down

    51. A. Moving           B. Flowing              C. Going                D. Coming

    52. A. obvious          B. heavy                C. explicit            D. strong

    53. A. weird            B. stressed             C. relaxed             D. strange

    54. A. with             B. on                C. for                D. by

    55. A. at best         B. at home              C. at heart                 D. at hand

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 吉林省吉林大学附属中学2017届高三9月测试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    In our modern world, when something wears out, we throw it away and buy a new one. The  41  is that countries around the world have growing mountains of  42  because people are throwing out more rubbish than ever before.

    How did we  43  a throwaway society? First of all, it is now easier to  44  an object than to spend time and money to repair it.  45  modern manufacturing (制造业) and technology, companies are able to produce products quickly and inexpensively. Products are plentiful and  46 .

    Another cause is our  47  of disposable (一次性的) products. As  48  people, we are always looking for  49  to save time and make our lives easier. Companies  50  thousands of different kinds of disposable products: paper plates, plastic cups, and cameras, to name a few.

    Our appetite for new products also  51  to the problem. We are  52  buying new things. Advertisements persuade us that  53  is better and that we will be happier with the latest products. The result is that we  54  useful possessions to make room for new ones.

    All around the world, we can see the  55  of this throwaway lifestyle. Mountains of rubbish just keep getting bigger. To  56  the amount of rubbish and to protect the  57 , more governments are requiring people to recycle materials.  58 , this is not enough to solve our problem.

    Maybe there is another way out. We need to repair our possessions  59  throwing them away. We also need to rethink our attitudes about  60 . Repairing our possessions and changing our spending habits may be the best way to reduce the amount of rubbish and take care of our environment.

    41. A. problem    B. reason                  C. project                    D. key   

    42. A. gifts            B. debt              C. rubbish            D. products

    43. A. face           B. become           C. observe           D. change

    44. A. hide           B. control                    C. withdraw          D. replace

    45. A. As to          B. Thanks to        C. Except for              D. Regardless of

    46. A. safe           B. cheap                     C. funny            D. powerful

    47. A. division             B. lack                  C. prevention             D. love

    48. A. busy       B. kind                C. brave               D. sensitive

    49. A. jobs            B. places                     C. ways                D. friends

    50. A. produce    B. receive            C. donate                 D. preserve

    51. A. adapts              B. contributes             C. responds         D. returns    

    52. A. tired of      B. worried about  C. addicted to          D. ashamed for

    53. A. larger               B. stronger           C. higher                     D. newer

    54. A. pick up      B. pay for             C. throw away             D. hold onto

    55. A. advantages      B. consequences C. functions         D. purposes

    56. A. show         B. record                     C. measure          D. decrease

    57. A. environment B. technology        C. consumers             D. brands

    58. A. Therefore B. Otherwise        C. However        D. Meanwhile

    59. A. by              B. in favor of        C. after                D. instead of

    60. A. spending   B. collecting         C. repairing          D. advertising

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 广东省蕉岭县蕉岭中学2016-2017学年高二上学期开学考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Millions of people seek help from psychologists in part because they feel different from others. But a   21   Andrew Erlich says that everyone is a freak(怪物)in some way. Erlich  22   for acceptance of differences in his book “The Long Shadows” about an uncle, Jake Erlich, who overcame prejudice, depression and   23   caused by his extreme height.

    “Most of us have something that we are embarrassed about. It is like an invisible clubfoot(畸形足). But for Jake, it was   24  . Everybody saw it,” said Andrew.

    As a clinical psychologist, Andrew Erlich helps patients who see themselves as freaks. First, he tells them about his uncle. “Here is a man that   25    the challenges, and he does it not by     26   who he is, but by embracing who he is   27   and expressing it in the visual    28     and in his performances,” he said.

    Erlich’s   29   tells about how Jake toured with the circus and then, after suffering temporary blindness,   30   sculpture and painting. “He found   31   through creativity. I am   32   interested in the creative process in the people that I see, and I use Jake as an example, and I   33   them his paintings,” said Erlich.

    “Jake really wanted to do something   34   . You see a scene and your   35   come through as you see and feel it, and you believe he painted it from different   36   ,” said Erlich.

    “People were very  37   of human differences, and they would   38    walls to protect themselves from those differences and those walls that   39   us are very dangerous,” he said.

    Erlich hopes that his uncle’s story will help readers   40   themselves and fulfill their dreams.

    21. A. physician

    B. painter

    C. writer

    D. psychologist

    22. A. argues

    B. defines

    C. prepares

    D. protests

    23.A.disappointment

    B. loss

    C. pain

    D. illness

    24. A. pleasant

    B. present

    C. sick

    D. widespread

    25. A. fears

    B. neglects

    C. overcomes

    D. rejects

    26. A. avoiding

    B. admitting

    C. recognizing

    D. imagining

    27. A. tightly

    B. quickly

    C. bravely

    D. easily

    28. A. books

    B. arts

    C. actions

    D. habits

    29. A. clinic 

    B. book

    C. painting

    D. experiment

    30. A. gave up

    B. thought over

    C. figured out

    D. took up

    31. A. freedom

    B. health

    C. pressure

    D. sorrow

    32. A. seldom

    B. rarely

    C. quite 

    D. nearly

    33. A. explain

    B. count

    C. draw

    D. show

    34. A. suddenly

    B. differently 

    C. happily

    D. simply

    35. A. emotions

    B. possessions

    C. talents

    D. abilities

    36. A. colors

    B. books

    C. places

    D. perspectives

    37. A. aware

    B. tired

    C. confident

    D. frightened

    38. A. build

    B. destroy

    C. remove

    D. break

    39. A. prevent

    B. separate

    C. withdraw

    D. threaten

    40. A. recover

    B. upgrade

    C. accept

    D. learn

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 绍兴一中2016学年第一学期回头考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    We live in a fast-paced and anxiety-filled world that oftentimes seems to change beneath our feet. Thus we are sometimes affected by fears or anxiety affecting our life. For as long as I could remember I had struggled with anxiety. After I left university, I made friends with a Moroccan woman at work. One day she invited me to  36  her and her family back home. I wanted to, but I would have to travel there  37  and I knew we would be in a very rural(乡村的) area. How would I deal with my  38 ?

    Then one day it  39  me that I had a life to live. I could choose to let anxiety  40  me or I could go to Morocco and  41  something different. I was 23 years old and had never been out of the UK alone. The journey to Morocco  42   something inside me. I managed to deal with my anxiety. The sense of  43  was overwhelming(势不可挡的) and still to this day when I get afraid of going somewhere alone, I remember how   44   it felt when I arrived in Morocco.

    Upon arrival I was so  45  for the generous welcome I received. My friend’s family had arranged a welcome party. The people were so loving toward me. As a moment of  46  felt in a faraway village, this reminded me that I was “good enough”, which helped to  47  my anxiety.
      Waking up the next day, in the morning light, I saw the area where we were. I was  48  by how rural it was – and the realization that these people had very few  49  .

    In the days afterwards, I traveled around Morocco. We went to Marrakesh and  50  the Atlas mountains. We had the most amazing food – lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.

    At the end of my    51   something inside me had changed. I realized I had not felt anxious for nearly two weeks.

    Experiencing a different culture far away from home helped me to realize what is important in life, what really  52  , and with that my anxiety  53  . When I returned home I was much more active in  54   my anxiety. Working with people, helping them  55  their anxiety, is how I can share the love I found in Morocco.

    36. A. send                             B. help                        C. call                  D. visit

    37. A. alone                            B. soon                        C. free                  D. safe

    38. A. work                             B. curiosity                  C. homesickness   D. worries

    39. A. appeared                       B. hit                           C. stuck                D. occurred

    40. A. impress                        B. control                    C. reach                      D. persuade

    41. A. enjoy                            B. experience                C. take                 D. experiment

    42. A. changed                        B. moved                     C. supported         D. impressed

    43. A. achievement                  B. fear                         C. disappointment D. embarrassment

    44. A. good                            B. ashamed                  C. afraid                      D. proud

    45. A. sorry                            B. confused                 C. confident          D. thankful

    46. A. doubt                           B. luck                        C. love                 D. surprise

    47. A. improve                        B. hold                        C. protect             D. reduce

    48. A. inspired                        B. moved                     C. pleased             D. shocked

    49. A. lands                            B. difficulties                C. resources         D. friends

    50. A. discovered                    B. explored                  C. examined          D. recognized

    51. A. opportunity                   B. rush                        C. stay                 D. life

    52. A. rules                             B. exists                             C. matters             D. hurts

    53. A. disappeared                   B. expanded                 C. remained          D. removed

    54. A. expressing                    B. fighting                    C. forgetting         D. remembering

    55. A.        inspire                         B. notice                      C. pass                 D. overcome

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 福建省莆田市第二十四中学2015-2016学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Hundreds of people have formed impressions of you through that little device(装置) on your desk. And they’ve never actually   41   you. Everything they know about you   42   through this device, sometimes from hundreds of miles away.   43   they feel they can know you   44   from the sound of your voice. That’s how powerful the   45   is.

    Powerful, yes, but not always   46  . For years I dealt with my travel agent only by phone. Rani, my faceless agent whom I’d never met   47  , got me rock-bottom prices on airfares, cars, and hotels. But her cold voice really   48   me. I sometimes wished to   49   another agent.

    One morning, I had to   50   an immediate flight home for a family emergency. I ran into Rani’s office   51  . The woman sitting at the desk,   52   my madness, sympathetically jumped up. She gave me a   53   smile, nodded while listening patiently, and then printed out the   54   immediately. “What a wonderful lady!” I thought.

    Rushing out   55   I called out over my shoulder, “By the way, what’s your name?” “I’m Rani,” she said. I turned around and saw a   56   woman with a big smile on her face waving to wish me a safe trip. I was   57  ! Why had I thought she was cold? Rani was, well, so   58  .

    Sitting back in the car on the way to the airport, I figured it all out. Rani’s   59   ― her warm smile, her nods, her ‘I’m here for you’   60   ― were all silent signals that didn’t travel through wires.

    41. A. accepted                  B. noticed                   C. heard                            D. met

    42. A. came                        B. moved                        C. ran                         D. developed

    43. A. Thus                        B. Yet                          C. Then                      D. Indeed

    44. A. rather                       B. also                        C. just                         D. already

    45. A. telephone                B. voice                       C. connection                 D. impression

    46. A. direct                       B. useful                         C. easy                       D. accurate

    47. A. in person                 B. by myself                C. in public                  D. on purpose

    48. A. annoyed                  B. interested               C. discouraged               D. confused

    49. A. promote                       B. train                        C. find                         D. know

    50. A. arrange                        B. postpone                C. confirm                   D. book

    51. A. for the first time     B. at any time                  C. from time to time     D. in good time

    52. A. expecting                 B. seeing                        C. testing                        D. avoiding

    53. A. shy                           B. comforting                  C. familiar                   D. forced

    54. A. bill                            B. form                        C. ticket                      D. list

    55. A. hopefully                  B. disappointedly     C. gratefully                D. regretfully

    56. A. careful                         B. serious                   C. nervous                  D. pleasant

    57. A. amused                        B. worried                   C. helpless                  D. speechless

    58. A. calm                         B. nice                        C. proud                         D. clever

    59. A. forgiveness                  B. eagerness                     C. friendliness                 D. skillfulness

    60. A. explanation                  B. attitude                   C. concept                  D. behavior

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    Father’s Day

    Father’s Day is a fairly new celebration in the British calendar compared with Mother’s Day, which has been a very popular and well celebrated festival in the UK for a very long time.

    Father’s Day was first celebrated by Americans (41) it was inspired by the actions of a man named William Smart. He was a veteran of the US Civil War and his wife (42) away giving birth to their sixth child. He (43) six children alone without remarrying, which was undoubtedly (44) back in those days.

    His daughter, Sonora Dodd, (45) when she was an adult what her father had sacrificed for his (46) . It was in the early 1900s and she was actually (47) one day, listening to a sermon on (48). She thought there should (49) be a Father’s Day celebration.

    And so the (50) was born, on the third Sunday every Jun e, close to the anniversary of Sonora’s father’s death. Britain took the idea of Father’s Day from the American celebration and it has been celebrated (51) since the 1970s.

    Father’s Day is never quite such a big commercial event (52) Mother’ s Day is, probably because it hasn’t been in (53) for so long. But what do British people do for Father’s Day? Well, most people would buy their fathers a card. The card would probably have nice message in it (54) what a great Dad their father is. Some people do buy presents as well.

    (55) gifts for Dads are probably ties, chocolates or socks because there are things that Dads can (56) use even if they don’t want them. In the run-up to Father’s Day, or indeed Mother’s Day, there will be advertisements on TV giving

    (57) ideas of CDs or gadgets(小玩意) we can buy. Card shops will be full of mugs

    or pens and similar goods with “ World’s Greatest Dad”(58) on them.

    Some families(59) do things together to celebrate Father’s Day like going for a meal. As a special treat, British people might give their Dad a bit of a rest,(60) him a cup of tea, or even wash his car and mow the lawn to make him feel really appreciate.

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

    42.  A. gave                       B. went                   C. died                   D. passed

    43.  A. brought                   B. fed                    C. raised                D. educated

    44.  A. unusual                   B. unnatural          C. unfair                 D. untrue

    45.  A. noticed                   B. found                 C. heard                 D. realized

    46.  A. wife                         B. children             C. son                    D. daughter

    47.  A. at school                 B . at home             C . at work .           D.at church

    48.  A. Mother’s Day        B. Father’s Day    C. Christmas Day D. New Year’s Day

    49.  A. still                         B. too                      C. also                   D. as well

    50.  A. attraction               B. tradition             C. position             D. congratulation

    51.  A. special                    B. officially             C. especia l D. greatly

    52.  A. like                         B. that                     C. as                       D. which

    53.  A. existence                 B. use                    C. effect                 D. power

    54.  A. writing                    B. saying                C speaking             D. telling

    55.  A. Regular                  B. Popular             C. Normal               D. Moral

    56.  A. always                     B. sometimes        C. seldom               D. never

    57.  A. you                         B. them                   C. us                       D. people

    58.  A. placed                     B. put                     C. laid                       D. written

    59.  A. must                        B. can                  C might                     D. should

    60.  A. cook                       B. boil                     C. steam                  D. make

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    I’ve read lots of stories about family memories. In those   41  , I’ve found voice of sadness and longing. It’s true that so much in our daily lives makes us   42   all the time. We find ourselves with less and less time to spend with our   43   and friends. I’ve had the same   44  myself.

    I used to have   45   times with my grandfather when we lived together. When I was very young, I often enjoyed spending time in his   46  , watching the flowers and watering the fruit trees. But as I grew up, I   47   became “selfish”.

       Once, when I was 6, we went shopping together. As we took the wrong bus and ended up getting   48  , unable to find our way back, I couldn’t stay   49   and shouted rudely in his face. I was so stubborn that I wouldn’t say sorry   50   returning home, thinking I had done nothing wrong.

    Now I   51   how ridiculous(荒唐的)I was at the time! And I also realize how   52   it was when I finally admitted I was   53  ! When I truly wanted to express my   54  , my grandfather had left us   55  , leaving me with no more chance to   56   my mistake. I couldn’t   57   say to him the three words –– “I am sorry”.

    We are spending more and more time outside, with less and less time to   58   with our families at home. So   59   the most of every second you have with your loved ones, because time   60   going, waiting for no one.

    41. A. books   B. stories          C. reports          D. films

    42. A. crazy        B. easy         C. busy         D. angry

    43. A. families     B. classmates   C. colleagues       D. employers

    44. A. adventure    B. research     C. exploration      D. experience

    45. A. good     B. hard         C. sad          D. bitter

    46. A. kitchen      B. garage       C. house        D. garden

    47. A. frequently   B. rarely       C. gradually        D. finally

    48. A. confused     B. lost         C. hurt         D. puzzled

    49. A. calm     B. awake        C. firm         D. happy

    50. A. while        B. unless       C. until            D. after

    51. A. learn        B. imagine      C. realize      D. agree

    52. A. early        B. late         C. nice         D. guilty

    53. A. innocent     B. nervous      C. wrong        D. painful

    54. A. concern      B. worry        C. opinion      D. regret

    55. A. forever      B. somehow      C. alone            D. instead[

    56. A. care about   B. apologize for       C. think of      D. put away

    57. A. again        B. often            C. even     D. still

    58 . A. spare       B. save         C. take         D. kill

    59. A. follow       B. receive      C. divide       D. make

    60. A. needs        B. keeps        C. delays  D. stops

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    Hundreds of people have formed impressions of you through that little device(装置) on your desk. And they’ve never actually   36   you. Everything they know about you   37   through this device, sometimes from hundreds of miles away.   38   they feel they can know you   39   from the sound of your voice. That’s how powerful the   40   is.

    Powerful, yes, but not always   41  . For years I dealt with my travel agent only by phone. Rani, my faceless agent whom I’d never met   42  , got me rock-bottom prices on airfares, cars, and hotels. But her cold voice really   43   me. I sometimes wished to   44   another agent.

    One morning, I had to   45   an immediate flight home for a family emergency. I ran into Rani’s office   46  . The woman sitting at the desk,   47   my madness, sympathetically jumped up. She gave me a   48   smile, nodded while listening patiently, and then printed out the   49   immediately. “What a wonderful lady!” I thought.

    Rushing out   50   I called out over my shoulder, “By the way, what’s your name?” “I’m Rani,” she said. I turned around and saw a   51   woman with a big smile on her face waving to wish me a safe trip. I was   52  ! Why had I thought she was cold? Rani was, well, so   53  .

    Sitting back in the car on the way to the airport, I figured it all out. Rani’s   54  ---her warm smile, her nods, her ‘I’m here for you’   55  ---were all silent signals that didn’t travel through wires.

    36. A. accepted     B. noticed         C. heard            D. met

    37. A. came         B. moved           C. ran              D. developed

    38. A. Thus         B. Yet             C. Then             D. Indeed

    39. A. rather       B. also            C. just             D. already

    40. A. Telephone    B. voice           C. connection       D. impression

    41. A. direct       B. useful          C. easy             D. accurate

    42. A. in person    B. by myself       C. in public        D. on purpose

    43. A. annoyed      B. interested      C. discouraged      D. confused

    44. A. promote      B. train           C. find             D. know

    45. A. arrange      B. postpone        C. confirm          D. book

    46. A. for the first time              B. at any time     

    C. from time to time               D. in good time

    47. A. expecting    B. seeing          C. testing          D. avoiding

    48. A. shy          B. comforting      C. familiar         D. forced

    49. A. bill         B. form            C. ticket           D. list

    50. A. hopefully    B. disappointedly  C. gratefully       D. regretfully

    51. A. careful      B. serious         C. nervous          D. pleasant

    52. A. amused       B. worried         C. helpless         D. speechless

    53. A. calm         B. nice            C. proud            D. clever

    54. A. forgiveness  B. eagerness       C. friendliness     D. skillfulness

    55. A. explanation  B. attitude        C. concept          D. Behavior

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    What is time? Is it a thing to be saved or    41    or wasted, like money? Or is it something we have no control    42   , like the weather? Is time the same all over the world? That's an easy question, you say.    43    you go, a minute is 60 seconds, an hour is 60 minutes, a day is 24 hours, and so forth. Well, maybe. But in America, time is    44    that. Americans see time as a valuable    45   . Maybe that's why they are    46    of the expression, "Time is money."

    To Americans, punctuality is a way of showing    47    for other people's time. Being more than 10 minutes late to an appointment usually    48    an apology, and maybe an explanation. People    49    are running late often call ahead to let others know of the   50    . Of course, the less formal the situation, the less important it is to be exactly    51   . At informal get-togethers,    52   , people often arrive as much as 30 minutes past the  53   time. But they usually don't try that at work.

    American lifestyles show    54    people respect the time of others. When people plan an event, they often    55    the time days or weeks in advance. Once the time is fixed, it takes almost a(n)    56    to change it. If people want to come to your house for a friendly visit, they will usually    57    first to make sure it is convenient. Only very close friends will just    58    unannounced. Also, people hesitate to call others late at night for fear they  59   be in bed. The time may vary, but most folks think   60    about calling after 10:00 p.m.

    41. A. bought         B. ignored                     C. spent         D. killed

    42. A. over                   B. in                      C. with           D. for

    43. A. However             B. Whenever          C. Whatever   D. Wherever

    44. A. less than             B. no more than            C. not more than    D. more than

    45. A. resource             B. material                    C. source              D. factor

    46. A. short                  B. fond                  C. crazy         D. enthusiastic

    47. A. preference            B. mercy                    C. respect             D. hatred

    48. A. calls for              B. arises from        C. makes for   D. results from

    49. A. whom          B. which               C. who           D. whose

    50. A. time                    B. result                C. explanation D. delay

    51. A. in time         B. on time                     C. ahead of time     D. over time

    52. A. such as        B. in a word           C. for example       D. as usual

    53. A. assigned              B. appointed           C. approved    D. assessed

    54. A. how many           B. how far                    C. how much  D. how soon

    55. A. set               B. prepare                     C. use            D. quit

    56. A. emergency             B. pleasure                C. period        D. emotion

    57. A. write                  B. claim                 C. inform              D. call           

    58. A. drop out              B. drop by                    C. drop off            D. drop behind

    59. A. must                   B. might                C. need          D. shall

    60. A. first                    B. last                   C. once          D. twice

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        During  a recent vacation visited Dusseldorf ,a city in the former West (jermany) The nine-day trip a city in the former West Germany. The nine-day trip left a deep impression on me. I arrived at Dussedorf airport at six. It was already durk  outside. The first thing I needed to do was to find a place to 51 . I decided to telephone the youth hotel. But to use the 52 I needed some  coins , I asked a lady for  53 . To my surprise, she 54  me three coins to use. But all the phones in the 55 needed phone cards. And phone cards could only be  56  at post offices during the daytime. I was afraind I  57  be able to call the hotel. An old gentleman helped me. He couldn’t speak English but 58  that I  needed to make  a phone call. He showed me where the 59  was and inserted  his phone card.I called the youth hotel and found a place to stay that night. The kindness of  60  made me feel that I was not far trom   61  .And my first day in Germany  wasn't as 62 as I expected

        Whenever I went, I asked people for  63  . It surprised me that almost  every young German could speak English 64 . Older Germans 65 speak English very well, but they would try to help me whenever  they couldOne middle-aged man I 66   directions even drove  me to the place I was looking for. My expenience  in Germany  completely  changed my 67  of Germans. Before  I think they were unfriendly to foreigners.In many World War li films Germans are 68 . But  things changed 69 .And the people couldn't   be 70  friendly.

    51.A.live       B.stay       C.work           D.visit

    52. A.hotel     B.taxi       C.phone          D.money

    53. A.help      B.advice     C.the telephone  D. the youth hotel

    54.A.lent       B.shared     C. borrowed      D. gave

    55.A.station    B.airpon     C .horel         D. Germany

    56.A.availablB.affordable  C.usable        D.possible

    57.A.couldn't   B.should      C.wouldn't      D.will

    58.A.mistook    B.heard       C.wondered      D.understood

    59.A.phone      B.hotel       C.eart          D.post-office

    60.A.lady       B. old man    C.help          D.the German people

    61.A. Germany   B.home        C.the  hotel    D.torm

    62.A.unforgettablB.interesting    C.bad          D.good

    63. A.directions    B.advice         C.English      D. way

    64. A.often         B.fluently       C.a litttle    D. much

    65. A.could also    B.couldn't       C.can          D.did

    66. A.didn't        B.lost           C.asked for    D.showed

    67. A.expression    B.comments       C.impression   D.statements

    68.A.friendy        B.enemy          C.bad manners  D.untriendly

    69.A.by then       B.since  then     C. later       D.before

    70.A.still        B.much            C.too          D.more

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