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    Alia Baker is a librarian in Iraq. Her library used to be a  36  place for all who loved books and liked to share knowledge. They  37  various matters all over the world. When the war was near, Alia was  38  that the fires of war would destroy the books, which are more  39  to her than mountains of gold. The books are in every language — new books, ancient books,  40  a book on the history of Iraq that is seven hundred years old.

    She had asked the government for  41  to move the books to a  42  place, but they refused. So Alia took matters into her own hands.  43  , she brought books home every night,  44  her car late after work. Her friends came to  45  her when the war broke out. Anis who owned a restaurant  46  to hide some books. All through the  47  , Alia, Anis, his brothers and neighbours took the books from the library,   48  them over the seven-foot wall and  49  them in the restaurant. The books stayed hidden as the war  50  . Then nine days later, a fire burned the  51  to the ground.

    One day, the bombing stopped and the  52   left. But the war was not over yet. Alia knew that if the books were to be safe, they must be  53  again while the city was   54  . So she hired a truck to bring all the books to the houses of friends in the suburbs(郊区). Now Alia waited for the war to end and  55  peace and a new library.

    36. A. meeting                      B. working                   C. personal                   D. religious

    37. A. raised                        B. handled                    C. reported                   D. discussed

    38. A. worried                      B. angry                       C. doubtful                   D. curious

    39. A. practical                     B. precious                   C. reliable                     D. expensive

    40. A. then                           B. still                          C. even                        D. rather

    41. A. permission                 B. confirmation             C. explanation               D. information

    42. A. large                          B. public                       C. distant                      D. safe

    43. A. Fortunately                 B. Surprisingly              C. Seriously                  D. Secretly

    44. A. starting                      B. parking                     C. filling                       D. testing

    45. A. stop                           B. help                         C. warn                        D. rescue

    46. A. intended                     B. pretended                 C. happened                  D. agreed

    47. A. war                           B. night                        C. building                    D. way

    48. A. put                                   B. opened                     C. passed                            D. threw

    49. A. hid                                   B. exchanged                C. burnt                       D. distributed

    50. A. approached                B. erupted                     C. continued                 D. ended

    51. A. restaurant                   B. library                      C. city                          D. wall

    52. A. neighbours                 B. soldiers                    C. friends                            D. customers

    53. A. sold                           B. read                         C. saved                       D. moved

    54. A. occupied                    B. bombed                    C. quiet                        D. busy

    55. A. dreamed of                 B. believed in                C. cared about                     D. looked for

    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年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(天津卷)试题及答案 解析.DOC

    At my heaviest I weighed 370 pounds. I had a very poor relationship with food: I used it to   16    bad feelings, to make myself feel better, and to celebrate. Worried about my health, I tried many different kinds of    17   but nothing worked. I came to believe that I could do nothing about my    18   .

           When I was 50, my weight problem began to affect me    19   . I didn’t want to live the rest of my life with this    20   weight any more.

           That year, I    21    a seminar where we were asked to create a project that would touch the world. A seminar leader shared her   22    story —she had not only 125 lost pounds, but also raised $25,000 for homeless children.

              23    by her story, I created the As We Heal(痊愈), the World Heals    24   . My goal was to lose 150 pounds in one year and raise $50,000   25   a movement founded 30 years ago to end hunger. This combination of healing myself and healing the world    26    me as the perfect solution.

             27    I began my own personal weight program, I was filled with the fear that I would   28    the same difficulties that beat me before. While the    29    hung over my head, there were also signs that I was headed down the right    30   . I sent letters to everyone I knew, telling them about my project. It worked perfectly. Donations began    31    in from hundreds of people.

           Of course, I also took some practical steps to lose weight. I consulted with a physician(内医生), I hired a fitness coach, and I began to eat small and   32    meals. My fund-raising focus also gave me new motivation to exercise     33   .

           A year later, I    34    my goal: I lost 150 pounds and raised $50,000! I feel that I’ve been given a second life to devote to something that is    35    and enormous.

    16. A. add                            B. mix                              C. kill                               D. share

    17. A. diets                            B. drinks                                C. fruits                            D. dishes

    18. A. height                          B. ability                           C. wisdom                               D. weight

    19. A. temporarily                         B. recently                      C. seriously                       D. secretly

    20. A. ideal                                 B. extra                           C. normal                         D. low

    21. A. attended                           B. organized                          C. recommended             D. mentioned

    22. A. folk                            B. success                      C. adventure                  D. science

    23. A. Surprised                          B. Amused                     C. Influenced                         D. Disturbed

    24. A. project                             B. business                    C. system                               D. custom

    25. A. in search of                        B. in need of                 C. in place of                         D. in support of

    26. A. scared                        B. considered                C. confused                    D. struck

    27. A. As                              B. Until                           C. If                               D. Unless

    28. A. get over                     B. run into                     C. look for                    D. put aside

    29. A. excitement                         B. joy                              C. anger                                D. fear

    30. A. row                                   B. hall                             C. path                                 D. street

    31. A. breaking                     B. flooding                      C. jumping                     D. stepping

    32. A. heavy                        B. full                             C. expensive                         D. healthy

    33. A. regularly                     B. limitlessly                   C. suddenly                          D. randomly

    34. A. set                            B. reached                           C. missed                       D. dropped

    35. A. stressful                     B. painful                      C. meaningful                D. peaceful

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

    For a long time Gabriel didn’t want to be involved in music at all. In his first years of high school, Gabriel would look pityingly at music students, __36__across the campus with their heavy instrument cases, __37__at school for practice hours __38__ anyone else had to be there. He swore to himself to__39__music, as he hated getting to school extra early.

    __40___, one day, in the music class that was __41__of his school’s standard curriculum, he was playing idly (随意地)on the piano and found it ____42___to pick out tunes. With a sinking feeling, he realized that he actually __43__doing it. He tried to hide his __44__pleasure from the music teacher, who had __45__over to listen. He might not have done this particularly well, __46__the teacher told Gabriel that he had a good___47__and suggested that Gabriel go into the music store-room to see if any of the instruments there __48__him. There he decided to give the cello(大提琴) a __49__. When he began practicing, he took it very __50__. But he quickly found that he loved playing this instrument, and was __51__to practicing it so that within a couple of months he was playing reasonably well.

      This __52__, of course, that he arrived at school early in the morning, __53__his heavy instrument case across the campus to the __54__looks of the non-musicians he had left__55__.

    36.A.travelling        B.marching            C.pacing                D.struggling

    37. A.rising up               B.coming up         C.driving up              D.turning up

    38. A.before                B.after              C.until                   D.since

    39. A.betray                 B.accept              C.avoid                  D.appreciate

    40. A.Therefore              B.However            C.Thus                  D.Moreover

    41. A.part                  B.nature              C.basis                        D.spirit

    42. A.complicate             B.safe                C.confusing                    D.easy

    43. A.missed                 B.disliked            C.enjoyed                D.denied

    44. A.transparent                    B.obvious            C.false                   D.similar

    45. A.run                    B.jogged              C.jumped                D.wandered

    46. A.because                B.but                C.though                D.so

    47. A.ear                     B.taste               C.heart                  D.voice

    48. A.occurred to                    B.took to              C.appealed               D.held to

    49. A.change                  B.chance              C.mission                 D.function

    50. A.seriously                     B.proudly                     C.casually                     D.admitted

    51. A.committed                   B.used                          C.limited                       D.admitted

    52. A.proved                        B.showed                            C.stressed                    D.meant

    53. A.pushing                       B.dragging                    C.lifting                        D.rushing

    54. A.admiring                     B.pitying                       C.annoying                   D.teasing

    55. A.over                           B.aside                         C.behind                       D.out

    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年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(北京卷)试题及答案 解析.DOC

    Hannah Taylor is a schoolgirl from Manitoba, Canada. One day, when she was five years old, she was walking with her mother in downtown Winnipeg. They saw a man  36     out of a garbage can. She asked her mother why he did that and her mother said that the man was homeless and hungry. Hannah was very   37   .She couldn't understand why some people had to live their lives without shelter or enough food. Hannah started to think about how she could  38    ,but,of course, there is not a lot one five-year-old can do to solve(解决)the problem of homelessness.      

    Later ,when Hannah attended school, she saw another homeless person. It was a woman,   39   an old shopping trolley(购物车)which was piled with   40  . It seemed that everything the woman owned was in them. This made Hannah very sad, and even more  41  to do something. She had been talking to her mother about the lives of homeless people  42  they first saw the homeless man. Her mother told her that if she did something to change the problem that made her sad, she wouldn’ t  43  as bad.

    Hannah began to speak out about the homelessness in Manitoba and then in other provinces. She hoped to 44 her message of hope and awareness. She started the Ladybug Foudation ,an organization aiming at getting rid of homelessness. She began to     45    “Big Bosses” lunches, where she would try to persuade local business leaders to 46 to the cause. She also organized a fundraising(募捐)drive in “Ladybug Jars” to collect everyone`s spare change during “Make Change” month. More recently, the foundation began another  47  called National Red Scarf Day—a day when people donate $20 and wear red scarves in support of Canada`s  48  and homeless.

    There is an emergency shelter in Winnipeg called “Hannah`s Place”, something that Hannah is very 49 of. Hannah`s Place is divided into several areas, providing shelter for people when it is so cold that  50 outdoors can mean death. In the more than five years since Hannah began her activities, she has received a lot of  51  .For example, she received the 2007 BRICK Award recognizing the   52    of young people to change the world. But   53     all this, Hannah still has the   54     life of a Winnipeg schoolgirl, except that she pays regular visits to homeless people.

    Hannah is one of many examples of young people who are making a   55    in the world. You can,too!

    36. A. jumping                    B. eating                    C. crying                     D. waving

    37. A. annoyed                  B. nervous                  C. ashamed         D. upset

    38. A. behave                           B. manage                  C. help                 D. work

    39. A. pushing                          B. carrying                  C. buying                    D. holding

    40. A. goods                      B. bottles                           C. foods               D. bags

    41. A. excited                            B. determined                    C. energetic         D. grateful

    42. A. since                        B. unless                            C. although          D. as

    43. A. sound                      B. get                          C. feel                  D. look

    44. A. exchange                 B. leave                      C. keep                      D. spread

    45. A. sell                           B. deliver                           C. host                 D. pack

    46. A. contribute                B. lead                        C. apply               D. agree

    47. A. campaign                 B. trip                          C. procedure              D. trial

    48. A. elderly                            B. hungry                    C. lonely                     D. sick

    49. A. aware                      B. afraid                      C. proud                     D. sure

    50 A. going                        B. sleeping                  C. traveling          D. playing

    51. A. praises                           B. invitations               C. replies                           D. appointments

    52. A. needs                      B. interests                 C. dreams                   D. efforts

    53. A. for                                   B. through                   C. besides                  D. along

    54. A. healthy                           B. public                      C. normal                           D. tough

    55. A. choice                      B. profit                       C. judgement                     D. difference

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

    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    In1973,I was teaching elementary school.Each day,27kids  41    “The Thinking Laboratory.”That was the      42     students voted for after deciding that “Room 104” was too   43   .

    Freddy was an average     44    ,but not an average person .He had the rare balance of fun and compassion(同情).He would   45    the loudest over fun and be the saddest over anyone’s   46    .

    Before the school year    47    ,I gave the kids a special       48    , T-sherts with the words “Verbs Are Your   49    on them. I had advised the kids that while verbs(动词)may seem dull ,most of the  50    things they do throughout their lives will be verbs.

    Through the years, I’d run into former students who would provide    51    on old classmates. Ilearned that Freddy did several jobs after his   52    from high school and remained the same   53    person I met forty years before .Once, while working overnight at a store, he let a homeless man   54   in his truck. Another time ,he   55   a friend money to buy a house .

    Just last year,I was   56    a workshop when someone knocked at the classroom door. A woman   57    the interruption and handed me an envelope. I stopped teaching and    58    it up. Inside were the “Verbs” shert and a    59    from Freddy’s monther. “Freddy passed away on Thanksgiving. He wanted you to have this.”

    I told the story  to the class. As sad as it was, I couldn’t help smiling . Although Freddy was taken from us,we all   60   something from  Freddy.

    41. A. built          B. entered        C. decorated          D. ran

    42. A. name         B. rule           C. brand              D. plan

    43. A. small          B. dark          C. strange             D. dull

    44. A. scholar        B. student        C. citizen              D. worker

    45. A. speak         B. sing            C. question           D. laugh

    46. A. misfortune     B. disbelief        C. dishonesty          D. mistake

    47. A. changed      B. approached       C. returned           D. ended

    48.A.lesson           B.gife               C.report           D.message

    49. A.friends          B.Awards            C.Masters          D.Tasks

    50. A.simple          B.unique             C. fun             D.clever

    51. A.assessments      B. comments          C.instructions       D.updates

    52. A.graduation       B. retirement          C.separation        D.resignation

    53. A.daring          B.modest              C.caring           D.smart

    54. A.wait            B.sleep               C.study            D.live

    55. A.paid            B.charged             C.lent              D.owed

    56. A.observing        B.preparing            C. designing        D.conducting

    57. A.regretted         B.avoided             C.excused          D.ignored

    58. A.opened          B.packed              C.gave            D.held

    59. A.picture          B.bill                 C.note             D.diary

    60. A.chose           B.took                C.expected         D.borrowed

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 浙江省宁波诺丁汉大学附属中学2017届高三下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        "Mumyou're always on the computer" Laure complained.

        "NoI'm not" I   36   

        "Every day I come home from school you're working on the computer."

        "Wellat least I'm here   37   you"

        My daughter was right. Day after dayin my home officeI would stare into space as my   38   typed out the thoughts of a speaker or research completed for an article. It seemed that my work as a writer and speaker   39   my fingers to the keyboard and my mind to valuable ideas. What Laure did not   40   was that during her day awayI'd also be doing a lot of housework. It was only around three in the afternoon that I'd   41   seat myself at my desk for a few   42   moments of deep thought. Then she'd come from school.

         I was   43   of myself on being available to my children. After allI am a speaker on child behavior and parenting. But Laure's observation   44   my heart. In her eyesI must have been a mom who was   45   but unapproachable. I wouldn't make such an image before her. My relationship with my children is more   46  than any other work.

        "Laure" I called"come here a minute."

        She wandered to my doorway. I had decided to have her   47   me when I was too devoted to work. I wanted her to have the   48   to let me know when she thought I was cold.

        After I explained my   49   and the fact that I chose home office to be accessible to her and her sisterI offered Laure the following   50 

        "Whenever you feel I'm ignoring you or you need my   51  I want you to   52   me" I said."Just come up and give me a little hug. That'll be our signal that you   53   me."

        Years later we still have that   54   sign. I've become much more sensitive to my daughters' comings and goings.   55   she always gives me a little hug to remind me of the real reason why I work at home.

    36A. thought    Brefused          Cdefended        Dapproved

    37A. for          Bover             Cagainst         Dafter

    38A. feet         Bhands            Ceyes            Dears

    39A. connected    Badjusted         Cswitched        Dadded

    40A. foresee      Brealize          Cbelieve         Dsuspect

    41A. luckily      Bgradually        Cinstantly       Dfinally

    42A. anxious      Bprecious         Cbusy            Drare

    43A. proud        Bashamed          Cafraid          Dscared

    44A. filled       Bbroke            Ctouched         Dmended

    45A. suitable     Bavailable        Cacceptable      Dreasonable

    46A. important    Bfunny            Cobvious         Dwonderful

    47A. warn         Bpersuade         Cencourage       Dremind

    48A. patience     Btime             Cpower           Dhonor

    49A. pressure     Bdream            Cschedule        Dsymptom

    50A. promise      Bchance           Canswer          Dattempt

    51A. help         Battention        Ccontribution    Dadvice

    52A. hug          Bshake            Ckiss            Dexpose

    53A. miss         Bpossess          Cneed            Dscold

    54A. unknown      Bunexpected       Cunfinished      Dunspoken

    55A. And          BBut              COr              DYet

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 浙江省宁波诺丁汉大学附属中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    The Depression was still going on, but I was in good spirits. I was going to graduate from elementary school, yet my mother   36   dressed me in shorts. Most of my classmates had given up   37   shorts. For the graduation ceremony, all the boys were   38   to dress the same way-white shirts and dark-blue wool pants.

       I waited until a week before I told my mother. I   39   I’d better break the news to her as gently as I could.

    “Mom,” I said, “about   40   …”

    “Yes?” she answered.

    “They’re going to give me the first –prize medal,” I said.

    She looked   41   her shoulder at me and smiled. “That’s wonderful, Babe. Dad and I will both be there, and we’ll be the   42   parents in the place.”

    She must have seen by the look on my face that   43   was wrong. She turned her back and said, “So?”

    “So, I have to get   44   pants, ” I said.

    “Babe, we don’t have the   45   for new pants right now,” she said very quietly, “You know that.”

    “Ok,” I burst out. “Then I won’t go to graduation. Plus, I’m   46   away from home!” 

    The following Saturday, when my mother said, “Let’s go shopping,” I knew she had   47   the problem. We walked a short way and stopped at a place I had never   48   before. My mother said, “  49   here,” She entered a storefront that looked like a   50   . She came out about ten minutes later, and we went to the pants store. I was holding the new pants   51  under my arm when my mother went to pay for it. I saw her   52   a tiny brown envelope from her purse. There were four   53   new one-dollar bills inside.

    About halfway home, I   54   down at my mother’s hands. It was then that I saw the wedding ring that had always circled her ring finger was   55   there.

    36. A. still

    37. A. choosing

    38. A. persuaded

    39. A. guessed

    40. A. classmates

    41. A. over

    42. A. luckiest

    43. A. everything

    44. A. fashionable

    45. A. power

    46. A. walking

    47. A. solved

    48. A. passed

    49. A. Rest

    50. A. school

    51. A. tightly

    52. A. bring

    53. A. total

    54. A. glared

    55. A. no doubt

    B. also

    B. making

    B. expected

    B. dreamed

    B. graduation

    B. above

    B. poorest

    B. nothing

    B. expensive

    B. energy

    B. running

    B. discovered

    B. noticed

    B. Look

    B. restaurant

    B. roughly

    B. take

    B. entire

    B. stared

    B. no longer

    C. already

    C. wearing

    C. encouraged

    C. imagined

    C. school

    C. across

    C. richest

    C. something

    C. short

    C. money

    C. moving

    C. met

    C. watched

    C. Stand

    C. bank

    C. softly

    C. carry

    C. complete

    C. glanced

    C. no way

    D. even

    D. buying

    D. forced

    D. figured

    D. depression

    D. through

    D. proudest

    D. anything

    D. long

    D. time

    D. escaping

    D. ignored

    D. stayed

    D. Wait

    D. hotel

    D. nervously

    D. pick

    D. brand

    D. put

    D. still

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      A bag of potatoes

      A teacher let her class _36_ a game. The teacher told each child to bring a _37_ containing a few potatoes. Each potato will be _38_ a name of a person that the child _39_, so the number of potatoes_40_ a child will put into his/her bag will depend _41_ the number of people the child hates.

     Some children had two potatoes; some had three and others had _42_ to five potatoes. The teacher then told the children _43_ the bag wherever they go for a week.

      As the days went by, the children started to complain _44_ the unpleasant smell coming from the _45_ potatoes. And the students _46_ five potatoes also had to carry _47_ bags.

      After a week, the teacher asked,” How did you feel?” The children started complaining the _48_ they had to go through, when they had to carry the heavy and _49_potatoes everywhere they went.

      Then the teacher said,” This is the _50_ when you carry your hate for somebody inside your heart. The smell of hate will _51_ your heart and you will carry it with you _52_ you go. If you cannot _53_ the smell of rotten potatoes for just one week, can you imagine _54_ it is like to have the smell of hate in your heart for your _55_?”

      36A. to play   B. play   C. playing   D. played

    37A. bag     B. box     C. pocket   D. purse

    38A. give     B. to give   C. given   D. giving

    39A. like     B. respect   C. love    D. hates

    40A. that    B. what     C. which   D. who

    41A. in      B. of       C. on      D. up

    42A. up     B. in       C. take     D. fall

    43A. carry   B. carrying   C. to carry   D. carried

    44A. because   B. how   C. because of   D. as

    45A. good    B. bad     C. delicious    D. rotten

    46A. with    B. have    C. had      D. has

    47A. heavy   B. light    C. heavier   D. lighter

    48A. excitement  B. happiness  C. life   D. trouble

    49A. smelly   B. tasty    C. good    D. ugly

    50A. job     B. situation   C. fact   D. idea

    51A. excite   B. affect     C. pollute  D. interest

    52A. where   B. when     C. why    D. wherever

    53A. like     B. accept     C. bear   D. realize

    54A. what    B. how      C. which   D. that

    55A. work    B. class      C. lifetime  D. family

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    Two brothers, Ruby and Harry lived in Spain. They __36__ for years to buy their mom a very special Christmas present this year: a BWM 3 Series.

    “Showing __37__ to our beautiful Mum who’s worked so hard to __38__ us everything in life,” Ruby, 30, told the media. “Compared to the __39__ she has made for us over the years, this is nothing.” He said the __40__ had been in the works for years.

    “My mother wanted a BMW ten years ago, which we never __41__,” he said. “We said that one day we would get her one and we __42_ a little each week knowing one day we would be able to get her __43__ car.”

    He and his older brother saved for about five years __44__ they bought the car. Their mother appears __45__, saying “no” over and over as the brothers __46__her to the garage to find a silver SMW.

    “She was just very surprised and couldn’t __47__it,” he said. “We were sure she __48__ loved it.”

    They gave her the car as an early Christmas gift, but also as a __49__ to say thank you. It will __50__ their mom’s current one.

    “She __51__us two brothers and worked two jobs for most of her life to __52_ us in school and give us everything we___53__,” Ruby said. “We watched her go from her __54__ job on Friday, get changed and __55__ the weekend at a restaurant.”

    He added: “We just thought it would be nice to show how grateful we are for everything.”

    36. A waited       B hesitated      C saved        D desired

    37. A concern      B appreciation    C respect      D understanding

    38 A instruct       B tell           C promise      D offer

    39 A sacrifices      B progress      C opportunities  D atmosphere

    40 A contribution    B achievement  C surprise       D passion

    41 A minded       B forgot        C abandoned     D changed

    42 A made up      B paid off       C worked out    D put away

    43 Adream        B previous       C first          D repaired

    44A since         B until          C after         D before

    45 A confused     B satisfied       C shocked       D curious

    46A called        B walked        C attracted      D drove

    47 A believe       B afford         C refuse        D accept

    48 A gradually      B unconditionally  C eventually  D absolutely

    49 A model        B compensation    C gesture      D result

    50 A replace       B challenge       C block        D match

    51 A brought up    B depended on      C took in  D gave out

    52 A leave        B keep            C allow     D teach

    53 A knew        B owned          C needed    D listed

    54 A well-paid     B high-status      C full-time   D long-sought

    55 A work        B enjoy           C arrange     D expect

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    You've been away from us for one year; you told us a lie which I came to know not long ago.

    On this special day for teachers across the country, I can  36  keep myself from telling your white lie to those who would lend me an ear.

    Do you still remember the happy  37  about six years ago? We fixed our eyes upon you at your  38  . You, a beautiful young lady,  39  us that you would live in our village.

    Soon after, we began to find you were part of your students and their simple honest parents. The villagers found that their children  40  more time on their books  41  after doing their homework and housework. Yet they still  42  that one day you might leave. You  43  a smile all the time, which reduced to some degree their  44  of your leaving. You went all out in the  45  of your students, helping them not only in their studies but also in their tuition(学费).You often taught us the  46  of one's life, so that must have been what you were  47  in those five years!

    One cold morning when class began, you entered the room   48   you had been crying  49  . In your class, we  50  but looked away from your eyes. You  51  for some time as if you were  52  to find this right word…you said you would go away and would never be back to teach because your boyfriend wanted you more…

    On the following morning, we  53  you the very best and the villagers gave you their  54.  The train took you away and your broken  55  . The other day I happened to hear my parents chatting that you had lung cancer and left the world soon after you waved goodbye.

    36. A. forever          B. seldom           C. hardly               D. soon

    37. A. scene            B. condition       C. sign             D. sight

    38. A. report           B. arrival              C. explanation          D. speech

    39. A. promised         B. answered             C. permitted       D. agreed

    40. A. shared           B. spent            C. paid                 D. devoted

    41. A. even        B. ever                 C. soon            D. still

    42. A. considered       B. feared               C. survived             D. doubted

    43. A. wore         B. honored          C. ignored              D. presented

    44. A. pule             B. trouble         C. question           D. fear

    45. A. teaching         B. middle           C. course               D. field

    46. A. way          B. wealth               C. value                D. cost

    47. A. after            B. for              C. with             D. against

    48. A. as if            B. because              C. even though     D. before

    49. A. regularly        B. bitterly             C. separately           D. angrily

    50. A .listened         B .talked               C. discussed        D. studied

    51. A. explained        B. stopped              C. talked           D .spoke

    52. A. thinking         B. worrying         C. crying               D. trying

    53. A. hoped            B expected              C. wished           D. brought

    54. A. thanks           B. awards           C. expressions          D. rewards

    55. A. boy          B. class            C. heart                D. memory

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 云南省沾益县第一中学2016-2017学年高一下学期第二次质量检测英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

         Last week I went to a supermarket. After I   41   the bill and was passing through the door, the alarm(报警器) suddenly started to ring. Suddenly, a young guard ran toward me and ordered me to   42   him. I felt so upset and   43 . He took me to a small room, but I was   44    frightened that I stopped at the door. Finding me   45  to enter the room, he shouted that I had to go into the room.

    He closed the door. I thought he was going to hurt me. Suddenly, a   46   voice said in my ear: “Take out the things you’ve stolen!” “I stole nothing.” I said. “Do as I tell you. If we find them, you’ll be in trouble.” “There is nothing.” I answered. “I didn’t take anything.” I said, taking everything out of my pockets and bag.  47   this point, a guard came in and asked a salesgirl to   48  me.   49  , they found nothing. But they didn’t believe that I hadn’t stolen anything. So the young guard ordered me to pass through the door alarm again.

    I was   50 when it rang again. I felt   51   and burst into tears. I didn’t know how to prove   52   I was innocent(清白的).

    They made me go into the small room again.

     “Take out the stolen things quickly,  53   we will dial 110.” They said.

     “OK, call the police. I’ m not afraid.” I said   54 .

    Suddenly, they  55   their tone(语调). After a while, a salesgirl asked me to raise my feet. I did   56   she had told me. There was a label (标签) on the bottom of my shoe. That was it! That was the   57 thing that had brought me such great trouble. But it  58 my innocence.

    After that, they   59   to me in the small room, But they should have apologized 60 , shouldn’t they? A lot of people were there when I was taken away. What did they think of me?

    41Abuy             Bpassed       Cpaid              Dspent

    42Aobey           Bfollow          Cbeg              Dlisten to

    43Apuzzled    B.  excited      Chappy           Dangry

    44Avery            Bmuch           Cso                 Dsuch

    45Aunwilling   Bdisagree     C. voluntarily     Dwillingly 

    46Ahigh            Bsound          Clow               Dsharp

    47AOn              BAt                CFrom           DIn

    48Alook at        Bwatch          Ckeep             Dexamine

    49ATherefore   BThus        CHowever     D.  But

    50Ashocked     Bfrightened    C.  afraid        Dsad

    51Aunpleasant Bupset        Cscared         D. wronged

    52Athat        Bwhether       Cwhat            Dhow

    53Aand             B.  or          C.  but              Dso

    54Aunhappily   Bwidely       Cforcefully          Dterribly

    55Aclosed        Braised            Cincreased         Dchanged

    56Aas               Blike                Caccording to      Das if

    57Aonly            Bvery               Clast                  Djust

    58Atested        Bshowed         Cgave                D.  proved

    59Asaid            Bapologized   Cpromised       D.  agreed

    60Aloudly         Btogether        Cpolitely            Din public

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    Mr. Black was a wealthy businessman, but he was not  41 with life. He did not sleep well and his food did not  42  with him. The situation lasted for some time. Final­ly, after a   43    of sleepless nights, he  44   to see his doctor. The doctor ad­vised a change of   45    "Go abroad," he said. "But I'm not good at foreign languages," said Mr. Black. "It doesn't matter," said the doctor. "It won't  46  you to talk a little less.  47  on a trip. Take plenty of exer­cise. Try to  48  your weight. Avoid (避免) eating rich food. " Mr. Black went to Switzerland. He did not know French or Ger­man, and had to  49   himself through gestures. He attended a physical training course. The instructor指导者  50  him bend his knees, swing his arms, stretch his neck and shake his   51  .He had to lie on the ground and   52    his right and left legs in  53.  After a time his muscles grew hard and firm. He almost 54  aside his financial(金融的) worries and nearly forgot the importance of  55  more money. He even began to   56 individual trees and individual birds.  He ate and slept well.  57  he returned home.  But unfortunately his 58  did not 59  long. Soon he was a normal businessman again, worried about his property, his profits, his savings, his suc­cess in a competitive society, and things in 60 .

    41. A. good               B. interested      C. healthy        D. satisfied          

    42. A. suit                 B. taste               C. agree            D. fit

    43. A. great deal       B. number       C.course           D. few

    44. A. decided          B. refused    C. called           D. expected

    45. A. surrounding   B. life                 C. weather       D. situation

    46. A. hurt                B. stop                C. help             D. prevent

    47. A. Leave             B. Go                   C. Join             D. Start

    48. A. add                 B. lose                    C. miss             D. gain

    49. A. say                  B. tell                    C. express        D. talk

    50. A. got                  B. asked      C. made               D. forced

    51. A. back                B. legs                C. feet                   D. head

    52. A. rise                  B. draw                C. pull                   D. raise

    53. A. time                       B. length              C. turn                   D. number

    54. A. lay                   B. put               C. pushed               D. stepped

    55. A. making            B. spending         C. saving                D. collecting

    56. A. see                   B. notice           C. consider            D. search

    57. A. Finally             B. Luckily           C. Quietly              D. Willingly

    58. A. development   B. pleasure          C. improvement     D. freedom

    59. A. seem                B. go on         C. continue             D. last

    60. A. form                 B. general        C. touch                  D. sight

     

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                                                            A Heroic Driver

    Larry works with Transport Drivers. Inc. One morning in 2009. Larry was   41   along 165 north after delivering to one of his   42  . suddenly, he saw a car with its bright lights on.   43   he got closer, he found   44   vehicle upside down on the road. One more look and he noticed   45   shooting out from under the   46   vehicle. Larry pulled over, set the brake and   47   the fire extinguisher (灭火器). Two good bursts from the extinguisher and the fire was put out.

    The man who had his bright lights on   48   and told Larry he had   49   an emergency call. They   50   heard a woman’s voice coming from the wrecked (毁坏的) vehicle.   51   the vehicle, they saw that a woman was trying to get out of the broken window. They told her to stay   52   until the emergency personnel arrived,   53   she thought the car was going to   54  . Larry told her that he had already put out the fire and she should not move   55   she injured her neck.

    Once fire and emergency people arrive, Larry and the other man   56   and let them go to work. Then, Larry asked the   57   if he was needed or   58   to go. They let him and the other man go.

    One thing is   59  —Larry went above and beyond the call of duty by getting so close to the burning vehicle! His   60   most likely saved the woman’s life.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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    来源: 云南省师范大学附属中学2017届高考适应性月考(七)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    More than three decades ago, I was a student at a high school in Southern California. The student body of 3,200 was a melting pot of ethnic groups. The environment was    21    .

    One day I was walking down the side walk when someone kicked me from behind. Turning    22   , I discovered the local gang. Fists came from every   23   as the 15 gang members surrounded me.    24   I had to have an operation. My doctor told me that if I had been hit in the head    25  , I probably would have died.

    After I   26   , some friends said, “Let’s get these guys!” That was the way    27  were “resolved”. A part of me said, “Yes!” But another part of me    28   and said no. History has proved time and again that revenge only   29   the conflict. We needed to do something different to break the counter-productive(适得其反的) chain of    30  .

    Working with various ethnic groups, we   31  what we called a “Brotherhood Committee” to work on improving     32  relationships. I was amazed to learn how much    33  fellow students had in building a brighter future.

    Two years later, I    34  Student Body President. Even though I ran against two friends, one a football hero and the other a popular “big man of the campus”, a significant majority of the 3,200 students joined me in the   35  of doing things differently. We made significant progress in building bridges between    36  , learning how to talk with and    37  different ethnic groups, resolving differences without    38  and learning how to build trust in the most difficult of circumstances.

    Being stacked by the gang was clearly one of my toughest life moments. What I learned,  39   , about

    responding with love rather than returning hate has been a   40  force in my life. Turning up our light in the presence of those whose light is dim(昏暗的)becomes the difference that makes the difference.

    21. A. clear               B. tough                C. protective                       D. dirty

    22. A. around                B. on                    C. into                                D. out

    23. A. means                B. situation            C. approach                         D. direction

    24. A. Gradually            B. Regularly           C. Eventually                       D. Frequently

    25. A. over time           B. one more time    C. ahead of time                   D. in no time

    26. A. treated                B. recovered          C. suffered                          D. calmed

    27. A. conditions          B. atmospheres      C. fantasies                          D. problems

    28. A. paused                B. agreed               C. started                                   D. proceeded

    29. A. remains                     B. finishes             C. continues                        D. proves

    30. A. accidents            B. items                C. events                            D. scenes

    31. A. put together        B. put aside            C. put back                         D. put down

    32. A. political              B. racial                 C. civil                               D. national

    33. A. sympathy            B. knowledge         C. honor                              D. interest

    34. A. voted for            B. ran for              C. fought for                       D. called for

    35. A. need                   B. danger               C. process                           D. way

    36. A. cultures                     B. schools             C. banks                              D. ranks

    37. A. belong to           B. lead to              C. relate to                          D. devote to

    38. A. agreement                B. demonstration    C. justice                             D. violence

    39. A. hence                 B. however            C. moreover                        D. then

    40. A. powerful             B. peaceful           C. careful                                   D. thoughtful

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    来源: 天津市第一中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    In the depths of my memory, many things I did with my father still live. These things come to represent, in fact, what I call    36   and love.

    I don’t remember my father ever getting into a swimming pool. But he did

        37   the water. Any kind of    38   ride seemed to give him pleasure.    39   he loved to fish; sometimes he took me along.

    But I never really liked being on the water, the way my father did. I liked being

        40   the water, moving through it,    41   it all around me. I was not a strong

        42   , or one who learned to swim early, for I had my    43   . But I loved being in the swimming pool close to my father’s office and    44   those summer days with my father, who    45    come by on a break. I needed him to see what I could do. My father would stand there in his suit, the    46   person not in swimsuit.

    After swimming, I would go    47    his office and sit on the wooden chair in front of his big desk, where he let me    48   anything I found in his top desk drawer. Sometimes, if I was left alone at his desk    49    he worked in the lab, an assistant or a student might come in and tell me perhaps I shouldn’t be playing with his _50   . But my father always    51   and said easily, “Oh, no, it’s    52   .” Sometimes he handed me coins and told me to get    53    an ice cream.

    A poet once said, “We look at life once, in childhood; the rest is    54   .

    And I think it is not only what we “look at once, in childhood” that determines our memories, but    55   , in that childhood, look at us.

    21.    A. desire                  B. joy                            C. anger                         D. worry

    22.    A. avoid                   B. refuse                        C. praise                        D. love

    23.    A. boat                    B. bus                           C. train                          D. bike

    24.    A. But                     B. Then                         C. And                          D. Still

    25.    A. on                       B. off                            C. by                             D. in

    26.    A. having                 B. leaving                       C. making                      D. getting

    27.    A. swimmer              B. rider                          C. walker                       D. runner

    28.    A. hopes                  B. faiths                         C. rights                         D. fears

    29.    A. spending              B. saving                        C. wasting                      D. ruining

    30.    A. should                 B. would                        C. had to                       D. ought to

    31.    A. next                    B. only                          C. other                         D. last

    32.    A. away from           B. out of                        C. by                             D. inside

    33.    A. put up                 B. break down                C. play with                    D. work out

    34.    A. the moment         B. the first time              C. while                         D. before

    35.    A. fishing net            B. office things               C. wooden chair              D. lab equipment

    36.    A. stood up              B. set out                       C. showed up                 D. turned out

    37.    A. fine                     B. strange                      C. terrible                      D. funny

    38.    A. the student           B. the assistant                C. myself                       D. himself

    39.    A. memory               B. wealth                       C. experience                  D. practice

    40.    A. which                  B. who                          C. what                          D. whose

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    来源: 四川省天全中学高二2016-2017学年下期半期考试英语试卷.doc

      I used to work as a waitress in a little restaurant. I felt frustrated then so I had been   41   that period. I hadnt told anybody except my employer. Somehow a   42   had overheard (无意中听到) my saying that I had to go to another   43  . As I passed her table, she   44   me a card with her phone number on it. She explained that she lived in Sydney and that I should call   45   I needed any help.

      Some weeks later, it was time for   46   appointment(约会) in Sydney and I flew there. I was   47   as I had never been there before and didnt   48   anyone else there. So I   49   to ring the lady who had given me her   50   number, even though I had only met her that once.   51   I had arrived, she was very excited and came   52   to meet me. She gave me a bed and a meal and took me to my appointment the next day and afterwards, she took me back to the   53  .

      She treated me so   54   that I offered her a gift to express my   55   but she refused. She said Your   56   to me is to offer your help to another when it is   57  . Over the months we kept in touch but then for some reason our communication got less and less   58  .

    I always felt I wasnt giving enough to others as a   59  , but she had told me that I gave her very much and the way I   60   people was a gift. I now give a hand to others every day even if it is only a smile to those who have none to give.

    41.A.worrying about    B.going through      C.wishing for     D.dreaming of

    42.A.manager           B.waiter             C.customer        D.friend

    43.A.city              B.school             C.town            D.restaurant

    44.A.showed            B.handed             C.lent            D.returned

    45.A.before            B.after              C.if              D.because

    46.A.her               B.their              C.my              D.his

    47.A.pleased           B.tired              C.scared          D.honest

    48.A.help              B.serve              C.meet            D.know

    49.A.decided           B.promised           C.refused         D.expected

    50.A.room              B.phone              C.car             D.hotel

    51.A.Considering       B.Admitting          C.Learning        D.Thinking

    52.A.immediately       B.secretly           C.slowly          D.unwillingly

    53.A.airport           B.room               C.park            D.station

    54.A.calmly            B.warmly             C.coldly          D.poorly

    55.A.thankfulness      B.concern            C.excitement      D.attitude

    56.A.advice            B.question           C.pay             D.gift

    57.A.appreciated       B.tested             C.needed          D.accepted

    58.A.important         B.valuable           C.frequent        D.meaningful

    59.A.nurse             B.waitress           C.teacher         D.cook

    60.A.laughed at        B.recognized         C.talked about    D.treated

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-16
    来源: 四川省天全中学2016-2017学年高二下学期3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

      Today we had an American family, the Robinsons, for Sunday dinner. Mr.Robinson is my mother's co­worker.

      Mr and Mrs.Robinson and their two young__41__ came at about 600 pm. Mrs.Robinson gave Mum a bunch of fresh flowers__42__ color, freshness and their good will. Mum did the __43__ and it was left to ourselves to get to know each other. The two girls Judy and Annie and Xiao Hong had __44__ fun with our little cat.

      Mrs.Robinson is much __45__ than her husband. There was a moment of embarrassment when Granny asked about her __46__. Mum was about to apologize__47__ Mrs.Robinson laughed and said it was quite all right and that she had been here __48__ enough to know it's the Chinese custom. She __49__ told us that she was 32, though her husband was 52.

      And of course they entirely __50__ the dinner.  Like a perfect Chinese hostess, Mum and especially Granny, __51__ stuffing()them with food and urging them to eat and to drink, apologizing all the time that it's a homely meal.__52__ Mrs. Robinson said to Mum, “In the West any hostess would be proud of such a feast instead of apologizing for it, and we don't urge the guests to eat or drink. __53__ so many good things before me, I certainly don't need any urging. The __54__ is how to prevent myself overeating.” We all __55__ laughter at that.

      When they __56__ to leave, they thanked us not only for the excellent dinner, but for giving them such a nice __57__. Besides, they insisted on giving every one of us a hug and a kiss, __58__ did embarrass me. But I think Granny was really __59__ when they kissed her.

      It's surprising how a little good will on both sides can __60__ language and cultural barriers.

    41A. sons         Bbabies         Cdaughters           Dfriends

    42A. bringing    Btaking         Cfetching            Dadding

    43A. decoration  Bdirection      Cintroduction        Dreception

    44A. powerful    Bhopeful        Cspeechless          Dendless

    45A. older        Byounger        C.thinner              D.taller

    46A. marriage    Bage            Cbelief               Dsalary

    47A. while        Bwhen           Cbut                  Dand

    48A. luckily      Bhappily        Clong                 Dshort

    49A. honestly    Bgradually      Cexcitedly           Dloudly

    50A. prepared    Btasted         Cenjoyed               Dswallowed

    51A. continued    Bstopped        Csuggested            Dkept

    52A. However      BBesides        CTherefore            DInstead

    53A. For          BWith           COver                  DAs

    54A. danger       Bpain           Cquestion              Dproblem

    55A. broke out    Bgave off       Cburst into            Dset out

    56A. came         Bhurried         Cgot                   Drose

    57A. day          Btime           Cmeal                  Dgift

    58A. they         Bit             Cwhich                 Dthat

    59A. touched      Bfrightened     Cdisappointed          Dencouraged

    60A. change       Bimprove        Cdamage               Dbreak

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    来源: 四川省双流中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        I met Mrs. Neidl in the ninth grade on a stage-design team for a play and she was one of the directors. Almost instantly I loved her. She had an Unpleasant voice and a direct way of speaking,  41   she was encouraging and inspiring. For some reason, she was impressed with my work and me.

           Mrs. Neidl would ask me for my   42   . She wanted to know how I thought we should   43  things. At first I had no idea how to answer because I knew   44    about stage design! But I slowly began to respond to her   45   . It was cause and effect: She believed I had opinions, so I began to   46   them. She trusted me to complete things, so I completed them perfectly. She loved how   47    I was, so I began to show up to paint more and more. She believed in me, so I began to believe in myself.

           Mrs. Neidl's   48  that year was, "Try it. We can always paint over it   49   !"I began to take  50   . I had been so afraid of failing but suddenly there was no failing--only things to be   51  upon. I learned to dip my brush into the paint and   52   create something.

           The shy, quiet freshman achieved success that year. I was   53   in the programs "Student Art Assistant" because of the time and effort I'd put in. It was that year that I   54    I wanted to spend the rest of my life doing stage design.

           Being on that stage-design team   55    Mrs. Neidl changed me completely. Not only was I stronger and more competent than I had thought, but I also   51   a strong interest and a world I hadn't known existed. She taught me not to   57   what people think I should do: She taught me to take chances and not be   58  . Mrs. Neidl was my comforter when I was upset. Her   59   in me has inspired me to do things that I never imagined   60   .

    41. A. and                    B. yet                                 C. so                                         D. for

    42. A. opinion                     B. impression               C. information                     D. intention

    43. A. make                 B. keep                        C. handle                            D. change

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

    45. A. questions           B. comments                C. explanations                    D. remarks

    46. A. hold                   B. follow                     C. evaluate                          D. form

    47. A. happy                       B. lively                       C. reliable                           D. punctual

    48. A. message             B. motto                      C. saying                            D. suggestion

    49. A. again                 B. more                              C. instead                           D. later

    50. A. steps                        B. control                    C. charge                            D. risks

    51. A. improved           B. acted                       C. looked                            D. reflected

    52. A. easily                 B. carefully                  C. confidently                     D. proudly

    53. A. introduced          B. recognized               C. identified                        D. considered

    54. A. confirmed          B. decided                    C. realized                           D. acknowledged

    55. A. with                  B. below                      C. of                                         D. by

    56. A. developed           B. discovered               C. took                                      D. fostered

    57. A. accept                      B. care                               C. judge                              D. wonder

    58. A. bored                 B. lazy                                C. sad                                       D. afraid

    59. A. trust                  B. patience                   C. curiosity                         D. interest

    60. A. accessible          B. enjoyable                 C. possible                          D. favorable

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 四川省眉山中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    When I was young, I had a friend named Mark who loved to make friends. He always showed   51   how many friends he had at school. One day his grandfather said to him, “Mark, I bet you a big bag of popcorn that you don't have as many friends as you  52  ,I'm definitely sure many of them are  53   more than companions.” Mark accepted the   54  without hesitation. However, he wasn't sure how to test 55   his schoolmates were real friends or not, so he asked his grandpa. The old man  56  ,“Wait a minute. ”Then the old man left, returning soon as though   57   something in his hands, Mark could see nothing there   58 

    Take it. It's a most special chair, which is rather hard to sit on, as it is  59 , but if you take it to school and  60  to be seated on it ,you will activate its magic and you’ll be able to  61  who your real friends are”

        Mark, brave and   62  , took the chair and set off for school. At break time he asked everyone to  63   a circle, and he put himself in the middle, with his chair. Having difficulty seeing it, Mark tried to sit on it and fell straight onto his  64  . Everyone surrounding him had pretty good laugh

    Wait! Let me try again, Mark said. But again, he   65  the seat, causing more surprised looks and a few catcalls. Mark didn't give up and kept trying to sit on the 66     chair. Yet he kept falling on the ground   untilall at once, he tried again but didn’t fall. Looking around , Mark saw three of his best friends holding him up. Meanwhile, many others he had viewed  67   friends had done nothing but made fun of him.

        And there, the show came to an end. Mark   68  that true friends were those who 69 him, and not just the companions that happened to be passing by. And someone who took joy in his  70  was even less of a friend.

    51. A. up                    B. off                  C. around                  D. out  

    52. A. possess       B. know                     C. think                      D. recognize

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

    54 .A. popcorn          B. order                     C. test                        D. bet

    55. A. that                  B. why                 C. because               D. whether

    56. A. replied            B. complained   C. suggested                   D. promised

    57. A. fetching           B. grasping        C. raising                D. carrying

    58. A. although          B. meanwhile     C. though                   D. thus

    59. A. unbelievable  B. invisible         C. tiny                        D. broken

    60 .A. succeed         B. happen          C. intend                    D. manage

    61. A. express          B. tell                   C. explain                  D. prove

    62. A. anxious           B. proud             C. determined          D. kind

    63. A. form                      B. design            C. create                   D. invent

    64. A. stomach         B. shoulder         C. face                       D. back

    65. A. seized                    B. controlled              C. took                       D. missed

    66. A. impressive            B. hard                C. magic                   D. stable

    67. A. to                            B. of                    C. as                          D. for

    68. A. supposed              B. realized          C. wondered                    D. admitted

    69. A. cared for         B. relied on              C. concentrated on        D. lived up to

    70. A. delight             B. misfortunes   C. bravery                 D. victory

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    来源: 上海市嘉定区封浜高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

       We often praise science. It explains the world and makes our lives __41__  through technology. One of the most exciting scientific  ___42___ is artificial intelligence (人工智能,AI). This is an area in which scientists are working on  __43__ machines that think like humans.  

        __44___ , one of the most famous scientists has a very dark __45___  about this type of technology.

     “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the __46___ of the human race,” said Professor Stephen Hawking to the BBC. 

       Hawking is a well-known British physicist and the author of the bestselling science book A Brief History of Time. He gave his warning after __47___ on the technology he uses to speak with. As Hawking __48__ from a serious disease called ALS, he needs an AI computer to  __49____.  The computer learns how Hawking thinks and suggests the   __50___ he may want to use next. 

       This is a basic type of AI, and is very useful, yet Hawking fears the possibility of creating technology that can __51___ or surpass (超过) human intelligence. And it’s easy to __52___  how terrible things may be.

    Many TV shows and films display big, killer machines that are far cleverer than us. “Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete ,” said Hawking.

      But not every scientist is __53__ about AI technology. “I believe we will remain ___54___ the technology for a long time,” said Rollo Carpenter, the UK-based creator of Cleverbot, a software program that remembers past conversations. “The   ___55___ of it to solve many of the world’s problems will be realized.”

      In what direction do you think AI is heading? Should we be hopeful or fearful?

       41. A. richer        B. easier        C. busier       D. worse

       42. A. fields        B. models        C. businesses   D. lessons

       43. A. discovering   B. delivering    C. creating     D. examining

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

       45. A. promise       B. suggestion    C. request      D. warning

       46. A. fun           B. end           C. strength     D. advance

       47. A. carrying      B. passing       C. reporting    D. commenting

       48. A. suffers       B. learns        C. survives     D. recovers

       49. A. celebrate     B. communicate   C. relax        D. practice

       50. A. words         B. notes         C. ideas        D. messages

       51. A. assist        B. improve       C. realize      D. match

       52. A. prove         B. imagine       C. explain      D. recall

       53. A. curious       B. particular    C. pessimistic  D. optimistic

       54. A. in place of   B. in honor of   C. in favor of  D. in charge of

       55. A. potential     B. talent        C. performance  D. responsibility

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类