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    来源: 安徽省淮北市第一中学2017届高三下学期第三次周考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Whenever my child caused me to change my schedule,I thought to myself,”We don’t have time for this.”  41  ,the two words I most commonly spoke to my child were,”Hurry up.”But my promise to  42  was made almost three years ago,and I began my journey to grasp what  43  in life.My younger daughter is my living  44  of why I must keep trying.In fact,the other day,she reminded me once again.

    The two of us had taken a bike ride to the  45  .After buying a cool treat for my daughter,she sat down at a table in  46  admiring the ice cream she held in her hand.Suddenly a look of worry  47  on her face,”Do I have to rush,Mama?”

    I could have  48  .Perhaps the pains of a  49  life don’t ever completely disappear,I thought sadly.As my child looked up at me waiting to know  50  she could take her time,I knew I had an  51  .I could sit there  52  about the number of times when I rushed my child through life…or I could celebrate the fact that today I’m trying to do things  53  .I chose to live in today.

    “You don’t have to rush.Just take your time,”I said in an  54  way.Her whole face instantly brightened and her shoulders  55  .And so we sat side by side talking about things that interested us.

    When she got to the last bite,she held out a spoonful of ice crystals and sweet juice for me.”I  56  the last bite for you,Mama,”my daughter said  57  .As I left the icy goodness put out my thirst,I  58  I just got the deal of a lifetime.I gave my child a little time…and  59  ,she gave me her last bite and reminded me that things taste sweeter and love is  60  to get when you stop rushing through life.

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

    42.A.speed up                   B.slow down         C.give up                    D.keep on

    43.A.works                  B.happens           C.minds               D.matters

    44.A.reminder                    B.message           C.example            D.guide

    45.A.church                B.park                  C.supermarket            D.school

    46.A.relief                   B.sorrow                     C.advance           D.delight

    47.A.brought in           B.turned up          C.went by             D.made up

    48.A.cried                   B.hated                C.wondered         D.regretted

    49.A.difficult                B.desperate         C.hurried                    D.terrified

    50.A.when                   B.if                       C.how                  D.what

    51.A.duty                    B.chance                    C.choice                     D.idea

    52.A.thinking               B.complaining             C.worrying           D.talking

    53.A.differently           B.lividly                C.perfectly           D.casually

    54.A.angry                  B.obvious             C.gentle               D.cautious

    55.A.raised                 B.relaxed                    C.shook               D.trembled

    56.A.saved                 B.tasted               C.purchased        D.rushed

    57.A.frequently           B.carefully            C.proudly             D.rushed

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

    59.A.in contrast          B.in return            C.in charge          D.in control

    60.A.harder                B.better                C.closer               D.easier

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 2017高二英语寒假作业.doc

       I had just picked up my new car, a very beautiful automobile if you’re into cars. A few months later, I was involved in an  21  . That new and very beautiful car was destroyed.

       It was clearly not my  22  . The other guy was so busy on his cell phone that he went right through a red light and knocked into the passenger side of my car. It was even    23  because my niece was asleep on the back seat and her father, my brother, was in the front passenger seat. He was not  24  , to say the least.

       The police arrived and began taking statements. I  25  that my speed had been up to about 55kmph. “So you were going about 50kmph…” he said.

       “No, I said I was doing about 55kmph,” I said.

       “Right, so you were doing about 50kmph…” again he  26  .

       In a slightly  27  tone because I felt I wasn’t being heard, I said: “No! I was doing about 55kmph!”

      “OK, if that’s  28  you want it,” this time the officer simply replied.

       I didn’t  29  it at the time, but I was shooting myself in the foot. My insurance company paid me for the damages to my car.   30 , I totally missed the boat on the other driver’s insurance company.

       The city speed limit is 50km. I  31  getting 50 percent less than I would have from the other guy’s insurance company because I had  32  I was doing 55km.

       It suddenly  53  me that the traffic policeman had been trying to help me out. He hadn’t  34  about the 5kmph; he had known  35  about the insurance that I had not.

       I thought about what had  36  over and over again. I might have carried on insisting that I told the  37  , but I could at least have said “Thank you” to him   38  acting so rudely. After all, he had been trying to help me out.

       Sometimes the  39  thing to do is to let other people talk while you simply shut up and listen. Never forget --- to  40  , you have to be able to listen.

    21.  A. accident            B. event                C. incident            D. exam

    22.  A. effort            B. fault                         C. attempt              D. intention         

    23.  A. luckier           B. angrier                  C. scarier                D. sadder

    24.  A. frightened          B. nervous                   C. happy               D. worried

    25.  A. argued           B. explained                 C. shouted             D. introduced

    26.  A. reminded         B. required              C. resisted             D. repeated

    27.  A. contented                B. surprised             C. puzzled             D. annoyed

    28.  A. the speed         B. the result           C. the fact                    D. the way 

    29.  A. believe           B. imagine              C. realize              D. think

    30.  A. However         B. Therefore            C. Besides             D. Furthermore

    31.  A. gave up          B. ended up            C. took up             D. made up

    32.  A. thought            B. said                 C. insisted             D. suggested

    33.  A. turned             B. struck               C. occurred           D. came

    34.  A. talked             B. found               C. minded             D. noticed

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

    36.  A. remained         B. happened             C. passed             D. ended

    37.  A. reality             B. course              C. truth               D. cause

    38.  A. more than                B. instead of            C. regardless of              D. other than

    39.  A. happiest          B. easiest              C. worst                    D. hardest

    40.  A. hear             B. learn                C. say                D. Think

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 2017高二英语寒假作业.doc

    About five years agoI found myself working in a terrible middle school.  The hours were long and the work was boring. ____31____, the pay was low.  Every day the job seemed a physical ____32____ for me. My neck would burn with pain from the ____33____ bending.  My feet would ache from ____34____ the entire day.  The skin around my fingernails would ____35____ because of the work my hands were doing.  I tried to keep my ____36____ up while I worked there, but day by day I felt myself ____37____ down.  Every morning I would press sticking-plaster on my neck, place Band-Aid around my fingers and ____38____ my worn-out shoes.  And every night I would ____39____ myself home and fall onto the couch.

          One evening I felt like I could____40____ it no more.  As I drove home alone, I said to myself.  “Why am I working myself here just to ____41____ ? Why couldn’t I find a better job than this? Why do I have to ____42____ this right now?”

          I wasn’t really expecting a(n) ____43____, but life always loves to surprise us.  As I ____44____ up the steps to my front door, I found my wife and my son waiting for me ____45____ smiling faces.  “Daddy, Daddy!” my son yelled.  I smiled and picked him up with my ____46____ arms.  Then after hugging and kissing him, I laughed for the first time in days and sat down ____47____.  At that time, I found the answer which would give me the ____48____ I needed to go on.

          Eventually I moved on to a better school, but I____49____ forgot that answer, which had gently reminded me of the simple truth.  We may have to work to live, but we live to ____50____.  May you always fill your days with love and joy.

    31.A. Instead           B. However              C. Therefore            D. Besides

    32.A. class             B. shock                C.exploration            D. challenge

    33.A. instant            B. occasional             C. constant             D. regular

    34.A. shaking          B. racing                C. running             D. standing

    35.A. destroy           B. damage               C. benefit               D. split

    36.A. spirits            B. attitudes               C. minds               D. thoughts

    37.A. bringing          B. tearing                C. wearing             D. putting

    38.A. put on           B. set on                C. get on               D. wear on

    39.A. drag             B. enjoy                  C. help                D. walk

    40.A. appreciate        B. stand                  C. like                 D. prefer

    41.A. survive               B. support                C. continue            D. exist

    42.A. put aside         B. keep up                C. go through        D. get across

    43.A. reward          B. gift                   C. answer             D. solution

    44.A. struggled          B. moved                  C. jumped               D. climbed

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

    46.A. broken           B. relieved              C. tired                        D. trembled

    47.A. thoughtfully      B. peacefully            C. surprisingly                  D. sadly

    48.A. nutrient           B. courage               C. strength                D. break

    49.A. ever              B. never                 C. seldom                D. already

    50.A. work            B. relax                  C. love                  D. Laugh

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 2016-2017学年度上学期高一期末考(定稿).doc

    In a bread store I heard a lady say her foot was hurting and that she was going to call a cab. When walking back I saw her outside the store, probably   36   for a cab.

    I asked her where she was going. She told me a place which was actually on the   37   to the gift store I’d be   38   to.   39  , I asked her to cancel the cab and I’d give her a ride. To my   40  , she said okay without   41  . I wonder if I’d have been so   42   if a stranger made me the same offer!

    Where she was going was   43   on the way to where I was going. It was such a beautiful interaction. But there was more!

    When I had   44   what I went for and was waiting at the checkout, the woman behind me said she had a coupon(优惠券) for 50%   45   any item in the store. She gave it to me because she had a(an)   46    one! I thanked and   47   a smile card to her.

    They say “What goes around comes around”, but sometimes it is hard to see how that   48  , as there is often a “manifestation delay(推迟显现)”. Each action   49   a ripple(涟漪) that finally   50    back to us, but sometimes it is much   51   so we forget their connection.

    Today the causes and   52   have appeared in a linkable way. By   53   I’m also opening myself to receiving gifts, now or in the future. I can learn so much from others about how   54   they are to receive in a way that I might not have been so if   55   the same gift.

    36A. applying            B. caring           C. paying             D. waiting

    37A. way              B. right              C. left                D. west

    38A. leading          B. walking         C. pulling       D. driving

    39A. However           B. Therefore      C. Instead             D. Besides

    40A. joy                B. sadness         C. amazement      D. disappointment

    41A. thinking            B. thanking           C. replying            D. paying

    42A. frightened       B. inviting          C. shocked        D. trusting

    43A. very           B. right            C. simply         D. finally

    44A. put up          B. gave up           C. picked up        D. went up

    45A. from           B. off                C. under            D. down

    46A. magic             B. devoted           C. important         D. extra

    47A. sent              B. gave             C. returned          D. awarded

    48A. shares         B. recognizes       C. works           D. loses

    49A. decorates       B. calculates        C. affects                D. creates

    50A. comes         B. holds         C. puts           D. keeps

    51A. easier           B. later           C. farther         D. swifter

    52. A. solutions        B. events              C. reasons            D. effects

    53A. appreciating      B. persuading        C. giving          D. insisting

    54A. open           B. tired              C. ashamed          D. confident

    55A. brought           B. rewarded       C. offered            D. passed

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 2016-2017学年第一学期高一级英语科期末考试试卷.doc

    The night is clear and the air is crisp.    31    falls gently on the ground. Tonight is Christmas Eve. Off in the    32    I hear the voice of approaching carolers (唱圣歌者). I quickly close the door    33    the sounds of Christmas. Tonight is just too    34    as I think of “Christmas Without Them”.

        Is Christmas ever the same when we are without our    35    ones? The traditions I have loved since childhood have changed into something new and

       36   . As an adult, I find myself with feelings of a child, frightened and

       37   . I have no parent to    38    me. Tears flow and I feel my heart

       39   . Sometimes, I find myself standing in the midst (当中) of

       40    with tears running down my cheeks.
        I spot the shoppers who try not to stare, while others, forgetting they are strangers, stop to offer a smile of understanding. I begin to realize I am not alone with these types of feelings. All of a sudden the    41    come flooding in.

        How    42    I am to have such wonderful memories of my wonderful

       43    and the times we shared together. Just as    44    as the memories brought tears the same memories appeared again to spread    45   . Memories have a way of making the    46    bearable (可忍受的). I remember. I smile.

    My thoughts are once again returned to the children. Their sounds of singing grow    47   . I open my door to find their half-frozen faces, smiling    48  

    at me.

        Christmas without them may never be the same, but, from out of the darkness

       49    memories flood my heart. I can almost hear my parents’ voices telling me the story of this most holy night. Like a message from above, I listen as the

       50    sing, “Sleep in heavenly peace”.

    31. A. Rain

    B. Sorrow

    C. Snow

    D. Laughter

    32. A. shop

    B. distance

    C. street

    D. sky

    33. A. coming out

    B. shouting out

    C. giving out

    D. keeping out

    34. A. peaceful

    B. painful

    C. terrible

    D. wonderful

    35. A. loved

    B. respected

    C. powerful

    D. devoted

    36. A. unexpected

    B. true

    C. important

    D. unnecessary

    37. A. hopeless

    B. upset

    C. helpless

    D. alone

    38. A. teach

    B. encourage

    C. comfort

    D. support

    39. A. falling

    B. breaking

    C. moving

    D. beating

    40. A. shoppers

    B. friends

    C. neighbors

    D. strangers

    41. A. feelings

    B. voices

    C. memories

    D. gifts

    42. A. lucky

    B. surprised

    C. disappointed

    D. anxious

    43. A. classmates

    B. parents

    C. teachers

    D. relatives

    44. A. possibly

    B. simply

    C. quickly

    D. silently

    45. A. wish

    B. smile

    C. money

    D. joy

    46. A. regret

    B. night

    C. noise

    D. emptiness

    47. A. closer

    B. higher

    C. cleaner

    D. further

    48. A. excitedly

    B. brightly

    C. honestly

    D. directly

    49. A. valuable

    B. terrible

    C. unforgettable

    D. pleasant

    50. A. actors

    B. visitors

    C. children

    D. singers

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 重庆万州二中2016-2017学年高一下学期入学考试试卷 英语 Word版含答案.doc

    My wife Pat and I were having drinks outside our home. The weather was unusually   41   for March in Mississippi. There was barely any breeze. After we finished  the second cup, flashes of   42   danced across the sky. When the first drops of rain drove us  43  , the phone rang. Pat’s face   44   on that gray and hot day. It was our son, David, a helicopter pilot who   45   in the US Air Force in South Korea. David intended to sound   46  , but we recognized  the sign of homesickness from his voice.  47  , the power  of conversation made us feel   48  , until  a crash shook the windows.

    David wondered what it was.“ Just thunder,” Pat said.

    There were several seconds of silence. “ David,” I asked, “ are you   49   there?”

    “ Yes …apart from the two of you, do you know what else I   50   most? Thunder. We have rain, wind, and   51   here, but it never thunders. Remember? Dad, when I was a kid, you laughed me out of fear of thunder? I wish I were there to   52   with you now.”

    “ Yes…” I said, trying to   53   my tears. On hanging up the phone, I told Pat, “I’m going to record  our son some   54  .” “ Bob, the neighbors will think you’re crazy.”

    “ David won’t,” I said and went outside with a recorder. Later I   55   the tape to David with a single line: A   56   gift.

    David called again. “Dad,” he said, “ you won’t believe that some friends and I had a thunder party where we realized  we were listening to the sounds of   57  . Thanks, Dad! It was really  a special present.” While David was in Korea, we found ourselves   58   thunderstorms.  59    feeling blue, we regarded the thunder as special which let us know that wherever we might be, we were   60   together as a family.

    41. A. wonderful  

    B. fine   

    C. hot

    D. unique

    42. A. images

    B. lightning

    C. electricity

    D. clouds

    43. A. over

    B. off

    C. outside         

    D. inside

    44. A. darkened

    B. lightened

    C. widened

    D. opened

    45. A. served

    B. employed

    C. searched

    D. studied

    46. A. miserable

    B. respectful

    C. comfortable

    D. cheerful

    47. A. Suddenly

    B. Gradually

    C. Increasingly

    D. Frequently

    48. A. simpler

    B. less

    C. worse

    D. better

    49. A. still

    B. even

    C. instead

    D. yet

    50. A. possess

    B. miss

    C. offer 

    D. say

    51. A. sky

    B. stars

    C. snow

    D. earth

    52. A. play

    B. run

    C. listen

    D. work

    53. A. gave out

    B. hold back 

    C. took in

    D. set off

    54. A. music

    B. songs

    C. wind

    D. thunder

    55. A. gave

    B. presented

    C. mailed

    D. rushed

    56. A. typical 

    B. special

    C. common

    D. strange

    57. A. countryside

    B. city

    C. suburb

    D. home

    58. A. expecting

    B. lacking

    C. trusting

    D. having

    59. A. Other than 

    B. Less than

    C. Rather than

    D. More than

    60. A. established

    B. qualified

    C. linked 

    D. pressed

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 江西省临川实验学校2016-2017学年高二上学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    I was sitting in the surgical waiting area at the hospital waiting for word of my wife’s operation. The small room was filled with other families and friends, who were   41   waiting to hear how their loved ones were doing
       There was a young boy sitting quietly in the   42  . He held a small box of   43   in one hand and a tablet (
    写字板) in the other. Every so often he’d place the tablet on his lap and draw something. As the hours passed I began to see the room almost   44  . And there was a strange silence.
       “Daddy, when is Mommy going home?” the young boy asked, breaking the   45 
       “Tomorrow.” his father replied. The boy picked up his crayons (
    蜡笔) and   46   something on the tablet.
       I   47   him as he moved his feet back and forth, looking up at the ceiling and then toward the sunshine-filled window. “When’s   48  , Daddy?” he asked. His father   49   him over to sit by him. “Come,   50   here next to me,” he said with a gentle tone in his voice.   51   his things, the little boy walked slowly to his father’s side from the corner. The man   52   out and held his son by his shoulder.
       “There are three days in life. Yesterday, today and tomorrow. One is over and done, one we live in, the other we   53  . We can’t live in yesterday, but if we are happy enough today, we will be even happier tomorrow,” he said in an attempt to   54   the boy.
        The little boy looked at him for a moment and said, “If Mommy is going home tomorrow, I’ll be   55  . So, I want it to be tomorrow already, Daddy.”

    Now hanging on every word of this   56  , I leaned forward to hear his response. It was   57  .
       “Son, the one great thing about today is once it   58  , it is already almost tomorrow.”
       I thought about how   59   it was. Even in my adult life, I still live waiting for what tomorrow may             

      60  . Now I know that it is already “almost tomorrow”.

    41.  A. patiently              B. happily              C. peacefully           D. eagerly

    42.  A. chair             B. distance             C. corner             D. shadow

    43.  A. gifts                B. crayons            C. chalks            D. toys

    44.  A. dark               B. empty              C. full               D. clean

    45.  A. promise          B. rule                C. record            D. silence

    46.  A. wrote            B. printed              C. drew              D. expressed

    47.  A. followed          B. found              C. caught              D. watched

    48.  A. today            B. yesterday           C. tomorrow          D. future

    49.  A. knocked             B. ordered             C. pulled              D. called

    50.  A. stand                   B. lie                  C. sit                D. sleep

    51.  A. saving               B. forgetting           C. gathering           D. choosing

    52.  A. reached              B. took               C. set                D. got

    53.  A. spend               B. waste              C. expect             D. kill

    54.  A. frighten              B. warn             C. persuade           D. satisfy

    55.  A. better               B. calmer             C. smarter            D. happier

    56.  A. story                       B. conversation       C. opinion           D. discussion

    57.  A. perfect              B. silly                C. active             D. humorous

    58.  A. ends                B. passes              C. starts              D. lasts

    59.  A. sincere              B. important           C. interesting         D.meaningful

    60.  A. happen              B. come              C. need              D. Bring

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    The day before Father’s Day, Mrs Berry asked her students to make a card for their fathers. She passed out paper and pieces of cloth.

    Elizabeth looked for a while at the blue cloth and began to cut it. Then she  41  her paper in half and began writing. When Elizabeth finally looked at the message the teacher gave on the paper, she noticed something else. She felt her  42  grow hot — she hadn’t heard that anyone who didn’t have a father could make one for a grandfather or an uncle.

    As her teacher walked to her, Elizabeth tried  43  her card with her arm, but Mrs Berry gently  44 it so that she could read it. Elizabeth sat  45 , waiting for her to say something, but she saw a  46  roll down from Mrs Berry’s face. She had never made Mrs Berry so upset.

    When school was over, Elizabeth  47  until all the other kids left so that she could  48. “I’m sorry for not listening. I’ll make another card  49  you want. I’ll do it  50  and bring it tomorrow.”

    51  are you talking about?” asked Mrs Berry.

    “My Father’s Day card. I know you’re upset because I didn’t do it  52 .”

    “Elizabeth, that was the  53  card in the whole class. It was so  54   that it made me cry.”

    Elizabeth was so  55 that she ran out of the class-room.

    When her mom came home from work that night, Elizabeth  56  to give her the card early.

    On the front of the card was a  57  of Elizabeth’s mom, with a blue piece of cloth cut like her hair. In-side the card she had written:

    Dear Mom,

    I know you work really hard to be both a mommy and a(n)  58 . I want to thank you and  59  you a happy Father’s Day!

                                                   Love,

                                                   Elizabeth

           When her mom read the card she started  60 , just like Mrs Berry did.

    41. A. cut               B. tore               C. spread        D. folded

    42. A. heart          B. face                 C. hands         D. body

    43. A. covering       B. holding        C. doing         D. making

    44. A. caught             B. left            C. lifted           D. placed

    45. A. alone           B. still          C. up            D. down

    46. A. tear          B. smile          C. hair           D. sweat

    47. A. worked       B. waited        C. stood          D. sat

    48. A. apologize     B. stop                  C. understand     D. stay

    49. A. because      B. until            C. unless              D. if

    50. A. just here      B. at once         C. at home             D. at school

    51. A. Who           B. Whose           C. Which         D. What

    52. A. carefully      B. quickly         C. wrong               D. right

    53. A. worst          B. best                    C. favorite        D. simplest

    54. A. wild                   B. useful                  C. sweet         D. hard

    55. A. happy        B. regretful               C. brave         D. rude

    56. A. seemed       B. decided         C. refused         D. promised

    57. A. recording     B. discovery      C. drawing       D. writing

    58. A. teacher       B. sister          C. daddy      D. aunt

    59. A. wish         B. hope          C. want         D. congratulate

    60. A. laughing      B. joking        C. worrying        D. crying

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    Lulu is a brave pet in our shelter. As you know, there are a lot of forest fires during the summer season. Many forests are badly __36__ by fire each year. Not far from our shelter, a forest caught fire during this hot summer. We were in a heatwave which had been  _37_  for three days

        Lulu rushed towards the forest where flames sent out a terrible  _38  I no longer had any hope that Lulu would come  _39  to the shelterIn fact, I was waiting for the firemen to announce his  40_  in the forest, when suddenly, a fireman burst into my shelter and   41__   me that my dog Lulu had  _42__ to save four kittens who were trapped by the flamesAccording to the fireman, Lulu seized the kittens, one by one moving them to a  __43__ placeI immediately accompanied(陪同)the fireman to the forest to  _44__ the rescued kittensWhen we arrived at the   45_  of the incident(事故), we found Lulu was not  _46  . Then we heard the  _47  of a dog came from the forest barking fiercelyI  _48_  it was my dog LuluThe fireman followed the tracks of the dog until we found him barking  _49_  by the side of an injured fireman who was lying on the ground and  _50__  rescueThanks to Lulu, four kittens and a fireman were saved

    That day, I was very__51__of Lulu for his two heroic(英勇的) _52_  toward the kittens and the firemanLulu showed much compassion (同情) for both  _53__  like him and for a human being who was trying to  _54_  the fire with his colleagues

    This true story of genuine(真诚的) love and compassion shows us that pets are loving,  __55  and compassionateWe should love and protect themOne day they could do us a good turn

    36Adamaged                    Binjured                  Cwounded                     Dhurt

    37Ataking on                  Bcoming on            Cgoing on             Dputting on

    38Aheat                    Benergy                 Cfever                   Dburn

    39Aby                      Bround                  Cup                      Dback

    40Areturn                  Bhonour                Cdeath                   Daction

    41Awarned                       Binformed                      Ccommunicated     Dgave

    42Atried                    Bwanted                 Cmanaged             Dfailed

    43Asafe                     Bcool                     Clonely                   Dbeautiful

    44Apick out                Bpick up                 Cbring on                      Dbring up

    45Ascene                   Bposition                       Csituation                     Dview

    46Ahere                            Bout                        Cin                          Dthere

    47Avoice                    Bnoise                    Caccent                 Dsound

    48Asaw                            Brecognized           Cheard                   Dlistened

    49Aheavily                 Bstrongly                Cloudly                  Dhappily

    50Awaiting for            Bsearching for         Casking for            Dlooking for

    51Asurprised                    Bsatisfied                Cshamed                Dproud

    52Athings                   Bactions                 Csayings                 Dreactions

    53Afireman                       Banimals                 Cpeople                  Dpersons

    54Aput off                  Bput away                     Cput up                  Dput out

    55Acareful                 Bcareless                      Ccaring                  Dcarefree

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    I had just gone through life-saving brain surgery (外科手术). I came home from the 16 with a bald (秃的) head. Looking like Frankenstein (人形怪物), I felt very 17 . I would not let anyone see me 18 having a hat on my head. I didn’t even want anyone to 19 me about my life.

        Several days later, I came out of my 20 bedroom to go to the 21 across the hall. I did not have a hat on 22 I didn’t think anyone was at home. As I came out of the bathroom, I was 23 to see my little three-year-old grandson standing there.

        He 24 me and I looked at him. 25 a huge smile appeared on his face. He put his 26 around me and gave me a big hug (拥抱). He then looked at me again and said, "Bubba (that is what the grandkids 27 me), you got a haircut!" I looked at him and said, "Yes, I did." He asked who 28 it and I said the doctor did. He said the doctor did a good job. Well, that was 29 with him.

         He made me 30 that I was still loved no matter what I looked like. It was then 31 I held his little hand and 32 him to take me downstairs. I wanted to be with the rest of the 33 . If he didn’t 34 the fact that Bubba looked like that, I knew everyone else could 35 it too. That little boy is eight years old today and I am still Bubba, but with a little more hair.

    16. A. hotel   B. hospital    C. park       D. countryside

    17. A. old    B. angry      C. excited     D. sad

    18. A. by     B. without    C. through    D. with

    19. A. talk to   B. agree with     C. point to      D. think of

    20. A. upstairs    B. large     C. whole     D. indoors

    21. A. dining room     B. living room    C. kitchen    D. bathroom

    22. A. although        B. since        C. when      D. because

    23. A. unhappy        B. lucky      C. surprised     D. glad

    24. A. looked at      B. asked about   C. listened to    D. laughed at

    25. A. Actually    B. Suddenly    C. Quietly      D. Strangely

    26. A. hands      B. arms        C. eyes        D. legs

    27. A. call        B. give        C. offer        D. tell

    28. A. cured       B. washed     C. cut         D. repaired

    29. A. familiar     B. strict       C. angry       D. fine

    30. A. think       B. remember     C. believe    D. realize

    31. A. which      B. what         C. that       D. When

    32. A. helped     B. allowed     C. encouraged    D. requested

    33. A. family      B. group      C. friends       D. doctors

    34. A. suggest     B. tell        C. know       D. hate

    35. A. mind       B. recognize   C. accept       D. forget

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    It happened many years ago, and I was in high school then. Being a student from a 36   family, I had to work on weekends to make some extra money that my family couldn’t really 37    to give me, and one day after work I lost my wallet.

    My old car 38  gas in the back. I paid for the gas and then put my wallet on the bumper(保险杠)and drove off. I hadn’t even had time to 39  it when my phone rang and an old man asked me  40  I had lost my wallet. I checked the  41  of my jacket and to my horror, I had. He asked me to tell him how much money was 42   it, and I told him. He then told me where to  43  my wallet.

    As I drove into his driveway, I  44  that his car was for the  45  . I was thinking that there was no way this man could 46   get out of hid car and get my wallet off the 47 . He had to pull over, 48  in his wheelchair, lower the lift, and then pick it up, I was  49  .

       I knocked on the 50   and he told me to come in. I thanked him like 10 times for 51    my wallet. While I didn’t want to make him angry by offering him 52 , I really felt like offering something. So I asked him if there was anything I could do to repay his 53 , and he said, “Just pass  54  on.” I really wanted to thank him, so I 55   promised I would.

    36. A. strange                     B. poor                     C. happy                  D. small

    37. A. decide                    B. win                     C. afford                D. keep

    38. A. threw                      B. needed                  C. cost                  D. had

    39. A. miss                  B. take                C. open               D. share

    40. A. why                         B. how                     C. if                 D. when

    41. A. corners                  B. parts              C. sides           D. pockets

    42. A. for                   B. on                  C. behind              D. in

    43. A. pick up                 B. look for                  C. think about       D. set up

    44. A. noticed                B. said               C. meant             D. wrote

    45. A. young                    B .old                        C. disabled          D. rich

    46. A. sadly                  B. easily                    C. slowly               D. bravely

    47. A. house                 B. park                  C. street            D. garden

    48. A. get                    B. rush                    C. pull               D. fall

    49. A. angry                     B. pleased                   C. disappointed       D. surprised

    50. A. floor                  B. door                       C. board           D. car

    51. A. enjoying                B. disliking                   C. finding             D. hiding

    52. A. money                  B. thanks                      C. invitations         D. help

    53. A. carefulness            B. teaching                   C. understanding   D. kindness

    54. A. them                     B. it                           C. him                 D. those

    55. A. suddenly             B. worriedly                C. calmly              D. sincerely

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        Anna lived on the side of a valley. One summer, there was a very big 36 , and a lot of houses down below Anna’s were washed away. Anna’s house was 37 enough to escape the flood, so when the water had 38 and the other houses were  39  there with no roof and no walls and all covered with mud(), her house was just all right.

         Her house was quite small, her husband was dead, and she had four children, 40 Anna took in(收留)one of the families that had lost 41 in the flood and she 42 her home with them until it was 43 for them to rebuild their house.

         Anna’s friends were 44 when they saw Anna do this. They could not understand why Anna wanted to give 45 so much more work and trouble when she already had quite a few children to 46 .

         “Well,” Anna  47  her friends, “at the end of the First World War, a woman in the town where I then lived found herself very  48 , because her husband had been killed in the  49  and she had a lot of children, 50  I have now. The day before Christmas, this woman said to her children, ‘We won’t be able to have much for Christmas this year, so I’m going to 51 only one present to all of us. Now I’ll go and get it.’ She came back with a  52  who was even poorer than they, and who had no parents. ‘Here’s our 53 ,’ she said to her children.

         The children were 54 and happy to get such a present. They 55 the little girl, and she grew up as their sister. Such was that Christmas present.”

    36. A. earthquake   B. accident          C. flood           D. fire

    37. A. below              B. high            C. big           D. small

    38. A. reduced       B. come       C. appeared    D. disappeared (消失,消退)

    39. A. rising        B. flowing       C. falling      D. standing

    40. A. so                 B. but          C. for         D. since

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

    42. A. gave         B. found         C. shared     D. built

    43. A. possible      B. necessary       C. important   D. obvious

    44. A. worried      B. disappointed  C. puzzled    D. satisfied

    45. A. them               B. herself        C. him       D. us

    46. A. support      B. supply      C. grow        D. educate

    47. A. explained to B. asked for    C. talked with   D. turned up

    48. A. sad                B. poor         C. rich        D. happy

    49. A. war          B. storm        C. rain        D. flood

    50. A. because      B. as         C. which           D. that

    51. A. take           B. send        C. buy        D. make

    52. A. boy          B. girl           C. student       D. teacher

    53. A. child         B. daughter    C. sister        D. present

    54. A. angry        B. excited      C. lovely        D. sorry

    55. A. disliked      B. gained           C. welcomed         D. led

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    Whenever we hear about “the homeless,”, most of us think of the developing world. But the  36  is that homelessness is everywhere. For example, how many of us would expect to see people living on the streets of a  37  country like Germany?

    Kurt Muller and his wife Rita have spent eleven years making   38  for the homeless of Berlin, Germany’s capital. They first   39   one long hot summer when most Germans were   40   on holiday. Kurt and his wife stayed at home, made sandwiches,   41   a table in the street and gave food to the homeless.

    The Mullers soon realized that food and clothing weren’t   42    . “What these people also need is warmth and  43  ,” says Rita. The Mullers didn’t   44  to give their phone number to the street people and told them to phone anytime. Rita   45   there was somebody at home to answer the phone and their home was always   46  to anyone who couldn’t face another night on the street.

    The couple were soon   47   all their time and money, so Kurt visited food and clothing companies to   48  donations. Today, over thirty companies   49  donate food and other goods to the cause and volunteers help  to  50  them to the homeless. The public also give clothes and money and a shoe producer   51  new shoes.

    Kurt and Rita receive no   52   for their hard work. “ We feel like parents,” says Rita, “and parents shouldn’t   53   money for helping their children. The love we get on the streets is our salary.” Though Rita admits she often gets   54   ,she says she will continue with her work because she likes the feeling of having made a   55   in the world.        

    36.        A. result                     B. truth                 C. reason            D. idea

    37.        A. traditional               B. developing           C. typical             D. wealthy

    38.        A. preparations   B. houses                C. meals                  D. suggestions

    39.        A. began             B. met                 C. called              D. left

    40.        A. asleep                    B. alone                  C. across                 D. away

    41.        A. brought up              B. set up                  C. put aside               D. gave away

    42.        A. enough            B. necessary        C. helpful                 D. expensive

    43.        A. fame                B. freedom           C. courage           D. caring

    44.        A. hesitate           B. agree               C. pretend           D. intend

    45.        A. make sense            B. found out            C. make sure          D. worked out

    46.        A. open                B. crowded           C. noisy               D. near

    47.        A. costing            B. wasting           C. taking             D. spending

    48.        A. pay for            B. ask for            C. look into       D. carry out

    49.        A. completely      B. calmly                  C. regularly     D. roughly

    50.        A. advertise         B. sell                   C. deliver            D. lend

    51.        A. donates       B. produces           C. designs           D. collects

    52.        A. permission              B. payment          C. direction          D. support

    53.        A. borrow             B. raise                C. save                D. expect

    54.        A. surprised               B. excited            C. tired               D. amused

    55.        A. profit                B. difference           C. decision           D. rule

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    My sister and I were flying from our home in Kansas to a summer camp in Minnesota. Our plane had a two-hour  36  at the airport in Omaha, where I saw a toy airplane that I really  37  . I had $10 and I had no idea what I needed to  38  at camp, but I spent $8 on the airplane anyway.

    When we reached the camp, I discovered that there were no showers!  39  , we bathed in a lake every night. I needed to buy  40  soap. Because the regular soap I brought had chemicals that could   41 the fish. The special soap cost $4 at the camp store. After buying the plane, I had $2 left, so I couldn’t buy the soap.

    After a few days, I was a  42  . Sally, our camp teacher, asked me if I needed some soap. When I  43  her that I had spent my soap money on a toy airplane, she laughed and said, “You need to budget.” She then explained that a budget was a(n)  44  for spending money to help make sure you save enough for things you  45   like soap before you buy fun things like  46  . Sally gave me her extra soap, which I  47  took.

    When I returned home from  48  , I decided to make my  49  budget. Every week I spent time writing down everything I bought, and some weeks, I would have more in my “Money In” account   50  I did odd jobs (零活) around the house.

    Budgeting was  51  , especially when my friends bought soda at the store after school and I couldn’t because I had spent all my “Want to Spend” money. But I  52  with it, and by the next summer, I had  53  enough money to buy a Paula Pilot doll at Omaha Airport, as well as  54  at the camp store to  55  Sally!


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    I am anything but adventurousSowhen I actually 21     the courage to learn driving andeven more 22    passed the testI fancied being a free spirit at last

    I mistakenly thought I would23    new roads and drive to the farthest horizonsButtrying new highways was next to 24    for meThe time I triedI got hopelessly 25     and found myself going around in circlesWhen I eventually found the way homeI26    this was the end of the adventurous lifeI 27    the known routesWhen a friend 28     me to make the most of weekend when the traffic was 29    to make new discoveriesI 30     at her with horrorWas I going to 31     a perfectly good weekend raising my blood pressure or was I going to spend it doing as little as possible?(32    I chose the latter option

    After some years of battling the SharjahDubai 33    I told myself it wasn't worth 34         my peace of mindNow I had the Metrobuses and 35    to choose fromTaking taxi was one of the best 36    I have made from a traffic point of viewThere was an unbelievable sense of lightness 37       I jumped into a taxitaken to my destination without being worried

    All one has to do is give directionsI am good at thatGiving directionsI meanAnd I am very 38     when I issue thesewith no effect on the part of the person drivingAs soon as I sit insideI start the description of the 39     to be taken in great detail so as to40     the possibility of being taken for a ride

    26Arefused

    Bhoped

    Creplied

    Dswore

    27Aadded to

    Bstuck to

    Cgot to

    Dreferred to

    28Asuggested

    Bordered

    Cadvised

    Dpersuaded

    29Alight

    Bheavy

    Cslow

    Dsafe

    30Aglared

    Bstared

    Cglanced

    Dviewed

    31Ause

    Bspare

    Cwaste

    Ddevote

    32AOf course

    Bin short

    CIn case

    DOf all

    33Asystem

    Batmosphere

    Csociety

    Dtraffic

    34Aweighing

    Bdisturbing

    Cconducting

    Dcarrying

    35Acars

    Btrains

    Ctrucks

    Dcabs

    36Adreams

    Bdiscoveries

    Cchoices

    Dchallenges

    37Awhile

    Bwhen

    Cuntil

    Dbefore

    38Aconsiderate

    Bignorant

    Cstubborn

    Daccurate

    39Aroute

    Bmap

    Cdesign

    Dcourse

    40Aincrease

    Bextend

    Creduce

    DExpand

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    来源: 浙江省浙江大学附属中学2016届高三全真模拟英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    Yesterday Matt was sickI 21     to Target to buy a few thingsI had hoped to be in and out quickly

    I found a 22                     with just one person ahead of me and 23       organizing my items(物品) on the cartAfter placing my itemsI 24        to see that the person ahead of me was an elderly womanShe was paying for her items with 25       and wanted to purchase each separatelyPart of me was not  26      with this woman and the inconvenience she had placed on me

    But then I watched the young employee with this womanwho helped her count her changeever so 27     taking it from her shaking handsWhen he asked if she had enough to 28      a reusable bagshe told him she did and went two lines over to get one for her and then repackaged her itemsNever once did this employee get 29    He was nothing but patient and 30     

    As I was watching themI saw that Eloise was 31     She was standing next to the woman,(32      the employee count the changeI realized I hadn't been 33     at allThat my daughter was instead witnessing kindness and patience and being taught this valuable lesson by a complete 34    BesidesI realized that I also needed a 35    in this aspect

    When the woman was finishedthe employee began 36     my items and thanked me for my patience.(37     I pushed my cart through the store trying to find the managerAfter 38     her down and sharing the story with herwe 39      Target with a cart full of consumable itemsBut what is morea heart full of gratefulness for such an)(40     lesson

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    Cbitter

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    来源: 浙江省杭州第二中学2016届高三5月高考仿真模拟考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    Danielle was living in a new city with no local bank of her ownShe desperately needed to 21    a bank to cash her paycheckFor more than two weeksshe made 22    one after another but in vainHow could she continue to 23    herself and her two children as a single mother

    Taking a break from her 24   Danielle decided to attend a meeting at the local women's resource centerThe women there had been a strong source of encouragement since she fled her home 25    for her safetySitting next to DanielleAmy began to share the details of her 26    situationShe was just days away from 27     her home and her carHer phone and electric services were both scheduled to be28   Her husband had gambled away their moneyShe had nothing leftNothing

    As Amy described the degree of the situationDanielle 29   God's soft whisper in her heart"After the meetinggive Amy twenty dollars"Danielle immediately thought"But I can'tI only have forty dollars"She heard the 30    againDanielle knew she needed to followWhen the meeting 31           she reached into her purse and 32     handed twenty dollars to AmyKnowing Danielle's situationAmy was 33      to accept it at firstBut as a crowd of women34     to give Amy hugs of supportDanielle told her that God wanted her to have itThen Danielle left

    Now with just twenty dollars left in her walletDanielle decided to 35     cashing her paycheck at just one more bank before heading home.(36    she expected the rejection she had received at so many other banksshe was37      filled with renewed confidence and optimismHopefullyshe walked into the bank next to the women's centerMoments laterthe bank 38       her paycheck with no questions askedWearing a big smileDanielle returned home

    As for Danielleit has been three years since that dayRealizing true hope has no 39    she continues to be40      for the lifetime supply that she received for just twenty dollars

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    22Adecisions

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    23Aencourage

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    40Aready

    Bwelcome

    Cfortunate

    Dthankful

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    来源: 四川省某重点高中2015-2016学年高二下学期期末英语试卷 Word版含解析.doc

    Adam West is known as Batman to many people in the United Stateswho played the role in the Batman television series in the 1960sAdam West says that after the show was16    he had a difficult time being less famous than he once wasBut that period lasted just a short time17     he went on with another job

    "It's an 18    of not really examining itJust going along putting one foot19           the other and not thinking too much about itAndwhen work20     think about the workIt's no21    thingIt's easyIf you are lost in the pastthere is22     to go but down"

    Burt Ward played Batman's young helper Robin in the television seriesLike Adam WestBurt Ward23     often at fan conventionsMany people pay to see their childhood

    24    and are happy to have their picture taken with them

    "Actuallythe fame is thereit just takes a different25     Some may think of our TV show being our26      timebut when I meet peoplethey act just as27         as when I was during Batman daysSoit's not that the people28    but that the perception (看法) is differentHonestlynothing has changedI'm the same person as I was before"

    He says he has made a29     living over the past 45years.(30     he is paid for his workthat is all that mattersBeing famous does not pay for foodhousing and other costsbut31     does

    If people can32     that this is just part of the joball the publicityall the pressall the complimentsthey could33     keep a cool mind and not let it go to their headsIf they look at it as part of their personality and34    people to bow to them everywhere they gothat's not going to happen!The early Christian philosopher StAugustine said"The desire for35       tempts (诱惑) even noble mindsbut I would rather have truth than money or fame"

    16Adelayed

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    Ddenied

    17Abefore

    Bafter

    Cwhen

    Dsince

    18Abusiness

    Btrouble

    Cmatter

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    Bon top of

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    20Acomes around

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    21Asmall

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    22Asomewhere

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    23Abehaves

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    25Aeffect

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    26Aimportant

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    Chappy

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    27Aexcitedly

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    28Achange

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    29Abare

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    30AAs soon as

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    31Amoney

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    32Aunderstand

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    33Aabsolutely

    Bhardly

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    Dnarrowly

    34Awarn

    Bremind

    Cexpect

    Drequire

    35Awork

    Bpower

    Cmoney

    Dfame

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    来源: 陕西省延安市黄陵中学2015-2016学年高二下学期期末英语试卷 Word版含解析.doc

    A little boy invited his mother to attend his elementary school's first teacherparent meetingTo the little boy's (36    she said she would goThis would be the37       time that his classmates and teacher met his mother and he was embarrassed(难堪的)by her38    

    Although she was a beautiful womanthere was a severe scar(伤疤)that39              nearly the entire(整个) right side of her faceThe boy 40    wanted to talk about why or how she got the scarAt the meetingthe people were41    βψτηεκινδνεσσανδνατυραλ (42of his mother despised(鄙视)the scar,(43          the little boy was still embarrassed and (44   himself from everyoneHe could hear clearly the45          between his mother and his teacherand heard them speaking.(46"     did you get the scar on your face"the teacher asked

    The mother replied"When my son was a babyhe was in a room that caught on fireEveryone was too47    to go in because the fire was out of controlso I went in.(48      I was running towards his bedI saw a beam(横梁) coming down and I placed myself 49                 trying to protect himI was 50       unconscious(失去知觉) but fortunatelya fireman came in and 51    βοτηοφυσ"σηετουχηεδτηε52    side of her face"This scar will be permanent(永久的),but to this dayI have never 53      doing what I did"

    At this pointthe little boy came out 54     towards his mother with tears in his eyesHe held her and felt a great  (55     of the sacrifice(牺牲) that his mother had made for himHe held her hand tightly(紧紧地) for the rest of the day

    36Apleasure

    Bdisappointment

    Chappiness

    Dsorrow

    37Alast

    Bsecond

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    38Amanner

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    39Acovered

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    Churt

    Dhid

    40Aalways

    Boften

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    Dstill

    41Asurprised

    Bsatisfied

    Cmoved

    Dimpressed

    42Afeeling

    Bhonesty

    Cbeauty

    Dbravery

    43Abut

    Bso

    Cor

    Dand

    44Astopped

    Bkept

    Chid

    Dtore

    45Aargument

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    Cdiscussion

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    46AHow

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    47Aanxious

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    48ABefore

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    49Aabove

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    50Abeaten

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    51Ahelped

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    52Aburned

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    53Aminded

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    Dregretted

    54Acrying

    Brunning

    Cpushing

    Dforcing

    55Asense

    Bwave

    Cfavor

    Dbenefit

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    来源: 黑龙江省双鸭山一中2015-2016学年高一下学期期末英语试卷 Word版含解析.doc

    RESOURCES BELONG TO THE SOCIETY

    When I arrived in Hamburg Germanymy colleague who worked there arranged a welcome party for me in a 21    We noticed a few customers including several old ladieswere having their mealWhen a dish is 22    the waiter would distribute the food for themand they would23    every bit of the food on their plates

    As I was hungrymy local colleague24    much food for meSince there were other things to dowe did not 25     much time diningWhen we planned to leavethere was still about one third of 26      food leftWhen we were leaving the restaurantwe27    someone calling usWhen the old ladies spoke to us in Englishwe understood that they were28    about us wasting so much food

    "We 29    for our food it is none of your30    no matter how much food we left behind"my colleague told the old ladiesThey got angryand one of them 31             made a call to someoneAfter a whilean officer in 32   arrivedUpon finding what had happenedhe issued us a 50euro  33       The officer told us in a stern(严厉的)voice"order34     you can consumeMoney is yours,(35    the resources belong to the societyYou have no36     for wasting them"Our face turned red

    We all agreed with him in our37     My colleague took out a 50euro note and repeatedly38     to the officer

    My colleague copied the fine ticket and gave a copy to each of us as a souvenirWe all 39     it to remind us that we should never be40     

    21Abank

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    22Acooked

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    32Arags

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    34Ahow

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    35Aso

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    36Aability

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    37Awords

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    38Aapproved

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    Dapologized

    39Astuck

    Bbroke

    Cthrew

    Dkept

    40Ahopeful

    Bwasteful

    Cmerciful

    Dgrateful

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