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    来源: 江西赣中南五校2018届高三上学期第一次联考(7月)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    My mother was a responsible teacher and she retired. So I decided to give her one of my old computers to help her pass the time. She had a little bit of computer    41   , so I just set it up for her and let her    42    with it on her own.

    As time went on, I    43    the computer was hardly touched. She said she didn’t know    44    to use it. I decided to teach her. I sat and    45    everything and she seemed OK with what I said. Unfortunately, my sister called me at that moment    46    we talked on the phone for an hour. Then when I saw her again, she was sitting in front of the computer, looking quite    47   . The screen saver (屏幕保护) had appeared and she didn’t know how to    48    it off. She had tried    49    every key and it didn’t work. I told her, “Just    50    the mouse a little.” What I meant was that she just needed to move the mouse around to    51    the computer up. What she did was to   52    the mouse and start shaking it around in mid-air until the    53   went completely black. I couldn’t help laughing because of her funny    54   . The more I laughed the  55    she got.

    She thought that I was a (n)    56    teacher and she decided to figure the thing out herself. Well, at least I helped her overcome her    57    of breaking something and encouraged her to  58    a little.

    About a week later, I found a home-made  59    card with a mouse on the front making a funny face  60  to my door. It said, “Thanks for the computer lessons. Love, Mom.”

    41. A. theory         B. knowledge  C. technology      D. history

    42. A. watch          B. train               C. play              D. see

    43. A. found          B. heard             C. thought    D. ignored

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

    45. A. learned        B. described       C. explained     D. discussed

    46. A. and             B. but               C. because    D. since      

    47. A. amusing       B. relaxed          C. interesting     D. discouraged

    48. A. get           B. break             C. cut        D. turn

    49. A. hitting          B. feeling            C. changing      D. removing

    50. A. hang            B. shake             C. rub       D. push

    51. A. clean           B. wake             C. bring       D. take

    52. A. put up         B. cut off            C. pick up     D. put away

    53. A. screen         B. curtain           C. cover       D. window

    54. A. gesture       B. movement      C. Expression  D. action

    55. A. ruder           B. happier          C. angrier      D. better

    56. A. impatient  B. humorous         C. careful      D. helpful

    57. A. sadness       B. pressure         C. fear          D. depression

    58. A. reply           B. observe         C. answer           D. experiment

    59. A. inviting        B. greeting          C. shopping        D. birthday

    60. A. appeared    B. stuck             C. combined    D. printed

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 吉林省长春汽车经济技术开发区六中2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    When I was six years old, I was visiting my grandfather’s farm in Kansas. Grandpa had sent me into the  41  to gather pecans(核桃) for us to enjoy later.

    Pecan picking was really  42  work and my little basket was only half full. I wasn’t about to  43  Grandpa down. Just then something caught my  44  . A large brown squirrel was a few feet away. I watched as he picked up a pecan, hurried to a tree and   45  in a large hole in the trunk. A moment later the squirrel  46  out and climbed down to the ground to pick up another nut. Once again, he took the pecan back to his hiding place.

    Not so  47  anymore, I thought. I dashed over to the tree and looked into the hole. It was   48  with pecans! Golden pecans were right there for taking. This was my  49  . Handful by handful, I scooped all of those pecans into my basket. Now it was full! I was so  50  of myself. I couldn’t wait to show Grandpa all the pecans.   51  , I ran back and shouted, “Look at all the pecans!” He looked into the basket and said, “Well, well, how did you find so many?” I told him how I’d   52  the squirrel and taken the pecans from his hiding place.

    Grandpa congratulated me on how smart I’d been in observing the squirrel and his habits. Then he did something that  53  me. He handed the basket back to me and put his arm gently  54  my shoulders.

     “That squirrel worked very hard to gather his winter  55  of food,” he said. “Now that all of his pecans are gone, don’t you think that little squirrel will  56  the cold winter? ”

    “I didn’t think about that, ” I said.

    “I know,” Grandpa said. “But a good man should never take  57  of someone else’s hard work.”

    Suddenly I felt a bit  58  . The image of the starving squirrel wouldn’t   59  my mind. There was only one thing I could do. I carried the basket back to the tree and poured all the nuts into the hole.

     I didn’t eat any pecans that night, but I had something much more filling—the  60  of knowing I had done just the right thing.

    41Arooms                 Bwoods                 Choles                   Droads

    42Ahard                    Bdirty                    Clight                    Deasy

    43Alet                       Bsettle                   Chave                   Dkeep

    44Asweater               Bbasket                 Ceye                     Dhand

    45Ajoined                  Blived                    Cdiscovered           Ddisappeared

    46Ajumped                Bheld                    Cstood                  Dfound

    47Astrange                Bsecret                  Canxious               Dpatient

    48Acovered               Bfilled                   Crebuilt                 Ddecorated

    49Aturn                    Bchoice                 Cchance                Dachievement

    50Aafraid                  Bashamed              Ccareful                Dproud

    51AOtherwise           BHowever             CBesides               DTherefore

    52Adriven                 Bfollowed              Cprotected             Dcaught

    53Aannoyed              Bsatisfied               Csurprised             Ddelighted

    54Aoff                      Bbeside                 Cover                    Daround

    55Asupply                 Bcost                    Csupport               Dpreparation

    56Aescape                Bspend                  Csurvive                Dfled

    57Aplace                   Bnotice                  Cadvantage            Dcharge

    58Aguilty                  Bunconfident         Cembarrassed        Dnervous

    59Aopen                   Bleave                   Ccross                  Doccupy

    60Ainspiration           Bexpectation          Cimpression           Dsatisfaction

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 湖南省邵东县两市镇第二中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

     “Today is the day I start the big diet,” I told my wife as I raised my hand and        34   , “No chocolate today!”

    “Oh, has the hospital gift shop    35    selling it?” she asked.

         “No,” I said. “I’ll just have to    36    my strong determination.”

    But when I arrived at the hospital, my little friend Benton had been there    37   . I knew my promise would    38    disappear. Because if Benton had things his way, I’d always be eating a piece of candy from the    39    bag he often shared with me.

         Benton was an eight-year-old boy who was    40    because of a kind of cancer, which

    caused him to live in the darkness, when he was fifteen    41    old. For the next twenty six months, he was in and out of our hospital. For nearly four years, it seemed    42    Benton could beat the disease, until one Friday afternoon in April 2009, when he    43    a headache and lost    44    on his right side. His mom    45    him to the hospital.

    Over the next several months, Benton came to our   46    many more times. Each time he came, we    47    say hello, while Benton answered the    48    by holding out a candy from his bag.

    So, on that first day of my diet, I went to his room and found Benton lying in his bed, his eyes    49    but not looking into this world.

         “We brought his candy bag with us. Would you like to have some?” his mother asked.

    Without thinking of my diet, I    50    into the bag and pulled out the first piece my fingers touched. It was my favorite as if Benton had saved one last piece    51   me. At home that evening, I answered a phone about Benton’s    52  . As I    53    the phone, I opened the candy and ate it.

    34. A. responded 

    B. screamed

    C. sighed

    D. promised

    35. A. succeeded 

    B. stopped

    C. continued

    D. tried  

    36. A. insist on

    B. rely on

    C. keep on  

    D. base on

    37. A. yet

    B. early 

    C. afterwards 

    D. indeed

    38. A. quickly

    B. suddenly 

    C. hardly 

    D. briefly

    39. A. hopeless

    B. bottomless 

    C. careless 

    D. harmless

    40. A. deaf  

    B. painful 

    C. injured 

    D. blind  

    41. A. seasons 

    B. years   

    C. days 

    D. months  

    42. A. even though

    B. as though

    C. even if

    D. if only

    43. A. developed

    B. affected 

    C. provided 

    D. gained  

    44. A. movement 

    B. strength

    C. balance

    D. sight  

    45. A. permitted 

    B. brought

    C. carried 

    D. rushed 

    46. A. studio 

    B. reserve 

    C. hospital

    D. office   

    47. A. would 

    B. could 

    C. should 

    D. must 

    48. A. meeting  

    B. encouraging

    C. greeting

    D. praising 

    49. A. stared 

    B. closed 

    C. opened

    D. glared 

    50. A. reached  

    B. felt  

    C. touched 

    D. inspected

    51. A. at  

    B. with 

    C. for

    D. on 

    52. A. blindness

    B. illness 

    C. sadness 

    D. death

    53. A. brought up

    B. hung up 

    C. turned up

    D. broke up

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 黑龙江省伊春市第二中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Dad had a green comb. He bought it when he married Mum.  Every night, he would hand me his     21    and say, “Good girl, help Daddy clean it, OK?”
        I was    22    to do it. At age five , this dull task brought me such   23   . I would excitedly turn the tap     24    and brush the comb carefully. Satisfied that I’d done a good job, I would happily return the comb to Dad. He would    25   affectionately(
    亲切地) at me and place the comb on his wallet.

    Two years later, Dad started his own   26    , which wasn’t doing so well. That was when things started to    27   .  Dad didn’t come home as early and as much as he used to. Mum and I became  28   with him for placing our family in trouble. With   29   , an uncomfortable silence grew between us.

    After my graduation, Dad’s business was getting back on track. On my 28th birthday, Dad came home   30   .  As usually I helped him carry his bags into his study. When I turned to leave, he said ,“Hey, would you help me   31    my comb?” I looked at him a while, then  32  the comb and headed to the sink.

    It hit me then: why, as a child,   33   Dad clean his comb was such a pleasure. That routine(习惯) meant Dad was home early to   34    the evening with Mum and me. It    35    a happy and loving family.

    I passed the clean comb back to Dad. He smiled at me and   36   placed his comb on his wallet. But this time , I noticed something     37   . Dad had aged. He had wrinkles next to his eyes when he smiled,    38    his smile was still as    39   as before, the smile of a father who just wanted a good   40  for his family.

    21. A. bag

    B. wallet

    C. comb

    D. brush

    22. A. annoyed 

    B. relieved

    C. ashamed 

    D. pleased

    23. A. joy

    B. sadness

    C. courage

    D. pain

    24. A. out 

    B. over 

    C. in  

    D. on 

    25. A. stare

    B. smile

    C. shout

    D. laugh

    26. A. family

    B. business

    C. task

    D. journey

    27. A. progress

    B. change

    C. improve

    D. form

    28. A. satisfied 

    B. delighted

    C. mad

    D. strict 

    29. A. time 

    B. patience

    C. speed

    D. ease

    30. A. occasionally

    B. early

    C. frequently

    D. rarely

    31. A. sharply 

    B. repair

    C. clean

    D. keep

    32. A. dropped 

    B. took

    C. handed 

    D. threw

    33. A. watching 

    B. letting

    C. helping

    D. hearing

    34. A. find

    B. lose

    C. waste 

    D. spend

    35. A. affected

    B. broke

    C. meant

    D. supported 

    36. A. firmly

    B. hurriedly

    C. casually

    D. carefully

    37. A. different

    B. exciting

    C. interesting

    D. urgent

    38. A. for

    B. or 

    C. so

    D. yet

    39. A. convincing

    B. heartwarming

    C. cautious

    D. innocent

    40. A. origin

    B. life

    C. reputation

    D. education 

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 黑龙江省青冈县一中2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    When my sister Diane began playing the violin, she was seven. How did she sound? Terrible. But she didn’t ___21____. At twelve, she asked our parents if she could ____22___ a full-time music school. They said no. Actually, everyone agreed that my sister ___23_____ talent.

    I was better at my __24_____. My teacher had told my parents that I had great ____25____. So my parents found the best piano teacher in the area to ____26___ me. But the only time he was __27_____was Saturday afternoons at 3 P. m. Back then, I was ___28____ about the British TV show “The Avengers”, which was ___29___ every Saturday at 3 P. p. m. I let nothing take up my “Avengers” hour . So I ___30____ this amazing opportunity. Today, I don’t even have a _31_____ in my house.

    My sister became an engineer, but she __32_____stopped making music. When she was in her 40s, she switched (转换)___33____. She went back to college, got a __34_____ in music education, and became a music teacher. She starts kids out on their first instrument and gives them all the encouragement and support she never ___35____.

    Recently, she and a pianist pal put on a recital(音乐独奏会). A big crowd of friends and family _36______ for her. As she played, I looked around at the ____37___. Everyone was ___38____enjoying the music. It occurred to me that I was the only person who remembered that 7-year-old kid making those perfectly ___39____ sounds and knew how far she had come, despite __40_____.

    Talent is important. But enthusiasm is even more important.

    21A. admit    B. advance       C. quit(停止)  D. improve

    22A. attend    B. join          C. leave       D. visit

    23A. admired  B. lacked(缺乏)  C. had         D. instrument(仪器)

    24A. major    B. project       C. composition  D. instrument

    25A. ambition(雄心 B. patience C. enthusiasm  D. potential(潜力)

    26A. examine  B. train          C. Correct     D. challenge

    27A. available(有空的)B. punctual(守时的)  C. skillful  D. occupied

    28A. sensitive  B. serious        C. crazy       D. particular

    29A. aired播送B. filmed      C. Designed    D. commented评论

    30A. grasped     B. valued      C. waited for   D. turned down

    31A. book       B. play        C. piano        D. violin

    32A. already     B. even        C. never        D. once

    33A. attitudes    B. careers(职业)C. plans        D. positions

    34A. degree      B. chance      C. scholarship   D. sponsor赞助商

    35A. expected    B. provided     C. imagined     D. received

    36A. paid off     B. showed off   C. stayed up     D. turned up

    37A. audience    B. students     C. spotlights     D. platform

    38A. appropriately适当地B. anxiously C. obviously D. desperately绝望地

    39A. sweet       B. awful        C. powerful     D. unique

    40A. everybody   B. everything    C. something    D. somebody

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 黑龙江省佳木斯市第一中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    An American teacher walked up and down in a classroom while she was teaching stress management to her students. As she   41   a glass of water, everyone   42   they would be asked the “half empty or half-full” question.

      43  , with a smile on her face, she asked, “how   44   is this glass of water?”

    Answers called out   45   from eight to twenty ounces (盎司).

    She quieted the students down and then replied, “The absolute weight doesn’t   46  . It all depends on how long I hold it. If I hold it for a minute, it’s not a   47  . If I hold it for an hour, I’ll have an ache in my   48  . If I hold it for a day, my arm will feel   49   and paralyzed. In each case, the weight of the glass of water doesn’t change, but the longer I hold it, the heavier it becomes. Do you know why? ”

    All the students kept silent and listened carefully,   50   in thought.

    She continued, “Our   51   and worries in life are like that glass of water. Think about them for a while and   52   happens. Think about them a bit longer and they begin to   53  . And if you think about them all day long, you will feel paralyzed ---  54   to do anything.”

    It’s important to remember to   55   your stresses. As early in the evening as possible, put all your   56   down. Don’t carry them through the evening and into the night. Remember to put the glass down!

    More often than not life gets terrible   57   we think too much. And the moment you    remove your burden, you’ll find yourself feeling so much more   58  .

    So   59   moping around (闲逛) and feeling sorry for yourself, start doing something about it. After all, life is too short to   60   yourself to anything that’s not making you happy.

    41. A. rose                        B. raised                    C. drank                     D. demanded

    42. A. argued                    B. wondered              C. agreed                   D. expected

    43. A. Meanwhile             B. Anyhow                 C. Instead             D. Therefore       

    44. A. heavy                            B. much               C. full                         D. little        

    45. A. replied                    B. ranged                   C. read                       D. remained

    46. A. affect                      B. drop                       C. work                      D. matter    

    47. A. success                   B. point                      C. problem                 D. skill        

    48. A. arm                         B. hand                      C. neck                      D. back

    49. A. steady                    B. sensitive                C. numb                    D. isolated

    50. A. lost                         B. losing                     C. having lost            D. lose

    51. A. surprises                B. stresses              C. delights                 D. doubts

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

    53. A. improve                  B. hurt                        C. change                   D. adjust

    54. A. uncertain                B. frightened             C. unable                   D. available

    55. A. catch up with          B. take charge of     C. put up with            D. let go of

    56. A. burdens                  B. thoughts                C. hardships              D. feelings

    57. A. till                           B. when                   C. unless                    D. though

    58. A. excited                   B. worried                  C. satisfied                D. relaxed

    59. A. in case of               B. rather than            C. on behalf of           D. more than

    60. A. help                        B. throw                     C. abandon           D. commit

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 黑龙江省大庆中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    After my brother died in an accident, my mother was very sad. I was only 4 years old at the time, but I still understood the   21   in my mom’s attitude toward safety.   22  , everything around us was potentially   23  .

    I grew up with a lot of   24   and rules that were meant to   25   me. For example, I was not   26   to walk home from school by myself, even though everyone I knew already did. I couldn’t   27   evening parties or go to summer camp,   28   what if something happened to me?

    As I got older, the list of things to   29   got longer. I became a natural   30  . I was concerned about things like getting cancer, losing my wallet, being caught in car accidents and earthquakes —  31   big and small, real and   32  .The funny part is that you’d never know it by looking at my life, because I’m constantly   33   myself to do the things that frighten or worry me. In fact, I’ve developed a   34   for myself: If it scares me, then I have to do it   35   once. I’ve done lots of things that would have   36   my mom: I’ve ridden a motorcycle, I’ve traveled alone, and I’ve performed stand-up comedy.

    Courage isn’t a natural attribute (品质) of human beings. I believe that we have to practice being courageous. The more   37   I do things that scare me or that make me   38  , the more I realize that I can do a lot more than I originally thought I could do.

    Even though I inherited (经遗传获得) my mother’s cautious   39  , I’ve also come to believe that fear can be a good thing, if we   40   it. Believing that has made my world a less scary place.

    21. A. hint                          B. change                                 C. scene                                   D. lesson

    22. A. Slowly                      B. Logically                        C. Fortunately                           D. Suddenly

    23. A. important                 B. inspiring                         C. convenient                           D. dangerous

    24. A. restrictions               B. considerations               C. judgments                            D. comparisons

    25. A. limit                          B. help                               C. protect                                  D. train

    26. A. allowed                           B. encouraged                          C. reminded                       D. advised

    27. A. arrange                           B. attend                                   C. decorate                        D. support

    28. A. but                                  B. though                                  C. or                                  D. because

    29. A. hope                        B. fear                                C. count                             D. bear

    30. A. worrier                            B. dreamer                         C. adult                              D. thinker

    31. A. ideas                        B. affairs                                   C. actions                                 D. disasters

    32. A. special                            B. common                         C. imaginary                      D. practical

    33. A. expecting                 B. warning                          C. forcing                           D. promising

    34. A. rule                          B. form                               C. case                              D. hobby

    35. A. in all                         B. at most                          C. after all                          D. at least

    36. A. threatened               B. shocked                         C. confused                       D. entertained

    37. A. rarely                       B. quickly                           C. often                              D. fairly

    38. A. confident                  B. uncomfortable               C. happy                                   D. generous

    39. A. nature                      B. duly                               C. work                              D. task

    40. A. know                        B. get                                 C. avoid                             D. face

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 黑龙江省大庆十中2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    On a cold winter evening, I was walking home, tired and hungry, when suddenly came screams (呼喊声) from behind some trees.    41    , I slowed down to listen, and    42     that what I was hearing were the sounds of a fight. A woman was being    43     not far from where I stood.

    “Should I go to help her?” I thought. I was worried about my own     44   , and I regretted having suddenly decided to take a new way home that night. “   45     I’m hurt too? Shouldn’t I just    46     to the nearest phone and call the police?” But already the girl’s     47     were growing weaker. I knew it was time for me to act fast because I could not   48     the life of this unknown woman,   49     it meant risking my own life.

    I am not a   50     man. I didn’t know where I found the   51     and physical strength, but once I had finally   52     to help the girl, I became suddenly changed. I ran behind the bushes and 53    the attacker off the woman. Struggling, we fell to the ground, where we fought for a few minutes    54    the man jumped up and escaped.

      55     heavilyI stood up and came up to the girl, who was crying behind a tree. In the 56    , I could not see her clearly, but I could   57     certainly her shock. Not wanting to frighten her any further, I at first spoke to her from a distance.

    “It’s OK,” I said   58    . “The man ran away. You’re safe now. ” There was a long stop and then I heard the words, said in both wonder and    59    . “Dad, is that you?” And then, from behind the tree, stepped my youngest     60   , Katherine.

    41.A.Excited          B. Disappointed       C. Interested         D. Frightened

    42.A.knew            B. realized           C. understood        D. imagined

    43.A. robbed          B. beaten            C. attacked          D. caught

    44.A.safety            B. money           C. future            D. family

    45.A.What for         B. So what           C. What about       D. What if

    46.A.move            B. walk             C. run              D. go

    47.A. noises          B. cries              C. cheers            D. sounds

    48.A.save            B. decide            C. change            D. ignore

    49.A.although         B. because           C. as               D. but

    50.A.kind            B. determined        C. brave             D. mean

    51.A.courage         B. belief             C. attitude           D. hope

    52.A.agreed          B. promised          C. decided           D. planned

    53.A.took            B. dropped           C. got              D. pulled

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

    55.A.Walking        B. Drinking           C. Fighting          D. Breathing

    56.A.daylight        B. darkness           C. afternoon         D. midnight

    57.A.find           B. see                C. guess            D. feel

    58.A.softly          B. angrily            C. loudly           D. happily

    59.A.shame          B. peace              C. surprise         D. pain

    60.A.son            B. daughter            C. nephew         D. cousin

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    来源: 河北省巨鹿中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    We lived on a farm. Besides the four children, I had horses, sheep, goats, cattle and chickens to take care of.  41  , it wasn’t always easy to spend special time with my children.

    One time, when my oldest son rushed in and   42   me to go outside with him, I was finishing a movie—only ten minutes left. But I turned off the TV and went outside to see what was so   43  .

    A heavy frost   44   the entire farm. I’d never seen anything so beautiful. We walked through a tunnel (通道) of trees which   45   almost to the ground under the   46   of the frost. The earth was silent. It was a magical   47  . I don’t know how the movie 48 that day, but I’ll never forget the   49   outside. It was a once-in-a-lifetime   50  . I’m so glad I didn’t   51   it.

    “Come quick, Mom!” one of the kids would   52  , and I always stopped my work and followed them to wherever they   53   me.

    They are grown now, fine, warm, and loving. If I did anything   54   as a mother giving 100 percent   55   would be at the top of the list. I do have   56  , but one I don’t have is that when they asked me to do something, I   57   considered it an interruption, but a/an   58   to share miracles, adventures and blessings. Dirty dishes, sweeping, cooking always can   59  . But moments with children were really just moments,   60   in the blink (眨眼睛) of an eye.

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

    42. A. begged                           B pushed                                  C. forced                                   D. advised

    43. A. frightening               B important                        C. ordinary                         D. strange

    44. A. covered                          B. filled                               C. passed                                 D. ruined

    45. A. turned                      B. bowed                                   C. rested                                   D. lay

    46. A. effect                       B. sight                              C. touch                             D. weight

    47. A. moment                           B. day                                C. break                             D. event

    48. A. started                            B seemed                                 C. went                              D. ended

    49. A. cold                          B. trees                              C. scene                                   D. farm

    50. A. honor                       B. memory                         C. dream                                   D. aim

    51. A. forget                       B. leave                             C. miss                               D. ignore

    52. A. declare                           B. warn                              C. remind                                  D. yell

    53. A. dropped                          B. sent                               C. led                                 D. found

    54. A. right                         B. different                         C. astonishing                           D. regular

    55. A. help                         B. guidance                       C. trust                               D. attention

    56. A. regrets                            B. weaknesses                          C. strengths                       D. pleasures

    57. A. always                      B. even                              C. ever                               D. never

    58. A. preparation                     B. invitation                        C. attraction                       D. intention

    59. A. follow                       B. continue                        C. wait                                D. stay

    60. A. spoiled                            B. gone                              C. separated                      D. wasted

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    来源: 河北省唐山市2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    One afternoon after work, I picked my children up from school. When we arrived home, I found the lock of the house was   31   by something. I went around the house trying to find a window left   32  . No luck. So I broke the glass of one window and went in. Oh, my God, everything was   33  . As it turned out, the “friend” whom I   34   the house with took everything away. I had 11 dollars   35   me and the payday was three days away. I knew   36   people in town. What’s worse, the owner phoned   37   the house had been rented already.

    We were homeless. I explained the situation to my girls trying to   38   them. During this time, a “street person” was   39   nearby. I hadn’t paid much attention to him,   40   I was used to “seeing” these people. We were sitting around a picnic table in the park when suddenly I heard a voice saying “Ma’am, please excuse me, but I overheard (无意间听到) the   41   you are in, me and my fellows raised some   42   for you. It’s not much, but maybe it’ll   43   a little.” I looked up at this man,   44  . in rags, but with the face of an angel. I started crying. The man tried to hand me something like $30, probably a big   45   to him and his friends. I refused the money and hugged him as   46   as I could.

    I will never   47   that day, when God showed me what true   48   meant. That was the day, I saw the face of a(n)  49   and it forever   50   the way I view others.

    31. A. repaired                          B. blocked                          C. fixed                              D. stolen

    32. A. new                          B. clean                             C. open                              D. bright

    33. A. gone                        B. sold                               C. destroyed                      D. burned

    34. A. decorated                B. built                               C. bought                                  D. shared

    35. A. to                             B. on                                  C. for                                 D. in

    36. A. several                            B. local                               C. few                                D. kind

    37. A. answering                B. complaining                   C. asking                                  D. saying

    38. A. inspire                      B. comfort                          C. discourage                           D. disappoint

    39. A. sleeping                          B shouting                         C. passing                         D wandering

    40. A. while                        B. when                              C. as                                  D. though

    41. A. position                           B. vacation                         C. situation                        D. location

    42. A. money                      B. food                               C. luggage                         D. drink

    43. A. help                         B. save                              C. function                         D. manage

    44. A. ugly                          B. polite                             C. dirty                               D. crazy

    45. A. surprise                          B. present                          C. bless                             D. fortune

    46. A. stiffly                        B. briefly                                   C. long                               D. close

    47. A. experience               B. forget                             C. understand                           D. observe

    48. A. generosity                B. effort                              C. friendship                      D. value

    49. A. God                         B. stranger                         C. angel                             D. friend

    50. A. changed                         B. directed                         C. stopped                         D. made

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    来源: 河北省巨鹿中学2016-2017学年高二下学期第三次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Thirteen years ago, I fell in love with a white ball of fur that wagged its tail at me. I was about to   41   a steady job to follow my dream of becoming a travel   42  , which would possibly make my life harder—not to mention   43   an animal that would need care during my long absence.   44   I never gave it a second thought. She had me at the first wag.

    Layla was good at conveying her displeasure with her body language every time I   45  . But her   46   at my departures was more than compensated for by our reunions. And when I sat to write my   47  , she would settle herself next to my desk. I would   48   to her what I’d written and she would cock her head or wag her tail   49  . Of course she didn’t   50   what I was writing. But this exercise with her was my means of self-editing. This helped   51   what I put on the page. Having such a ready and   52   audience made me a better writer. Giving a   53   to Layla in this process turned a task into a joy.

    I have no words to describe the   54   that connected me so   55   to her. Like many old friends, she and I   56   much over the years, and I’m so   57   to her. Whatever success I’ve had as a travel writer, I   58   large part to her listening and being at my side.

    It does not   59   if she never understood a word I said. She was my travel partner and will   60   be.

    41. A. begin                       B. apply for                        C. quit                                D. look for

    42. A. expert                      B. agent                             C. guide                             D. writer

    43. A. catching                   B. adopting                        C. training                          D. delivering

    44. A. But                           B. So                                  C. And                                D. Or

    45. A. returned                          B. cried                              C. left                                 D. failed

    46. A. satisfaction                     B. disappointment                     C. astonishment                 D. embarrassment

    47. A. stories                      B. letters                                   C. papers                                  D. reports

    48. A. display                            B. offer                               C. read                              D. perform

    49. A, in doubt                          B. in return                         C. in relief                          D. in response

    50. A. recognize                 B. understand                           C. remember                      D. appreciate

    51. A. shape                      B. ignore                                   C. support                          D. introduce

    52. A. potential                   B. creative                         C. patient                                  D. casual

    53. A. voice                        B. lesson                                   C. hand                              D. break

    54. A. trick                          B. ownership                      C. hobby                                   D. bond

    55. A. obviously                 B. closely                                  C. directly                          D. loosely

    56. A. shouldered                     B. learned                          C. shared                                  D. suffered

    57. A. regretful                   B. grateful                          C. respectful                      D. merciful

    58. A. owe                          B. devote                                  C. leave                             D. add

    59. A. help                         B. hurt                                C. work                              D. matter

    60. A. frequently                B. sometimes                            C. usually                           D. always

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    来源: 河北省邯郸市2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Merril Bingham passed away in February 2016. He was a(n)  38  to me in many ways. He retired(退休)four years ago. Before his retirement we remained close an talked   39   . Among the many things that  40  me that him was his devotion to family and model of fatherhood.

    Merril was quite an athlete and he developed a love for   41  which lasted his entire life. As I attended Merril’s funeral(葬礼), I was more impressed than ever at the  42  he played as a father to 8 children, who spoke at the funeral and  43  stories about their dad. I must   44  that, as I sat there, I wondered  45  my children would have as many great memories of their dad as Merril’s   46  did of him.

    One daughter remembered that the morning she was to  47  , her dad was up early in the kitchen. When she came into the kitchen, he said, “Hey, you’re getting married today! Take it easy! What do you want for breakfasts?” He then made a   48  breakfast and they enjoyed it together, making her  49  .

    A son talked about fishing trips and   50  as they worked in the yard together. He   51   the importance of having the open, communicative relationship that   52  him to have confidence in his dad. This son also developed a love for golf and talked about loving the time when he could   53  9 or 18 holes with his dad together.

    The memories of the children were about time   54  together, not about money, or things that  55  less. I need to share my faith with my children in a(n)  56  way. Being overbearing(霸道的)doesn’t work,   57   being a loving example of a father does.

    38. A. helper                      B. hero                       C. example                  D. educator

    39. A. frequently                B. loudly              C. patiently                  D. continuously

    40. A. attracted                   B. interested         C. shocked                  D. impressed

    41.A. basketball                  B. golf                 C. football                   D. volleyball

    42. A. games                      B. role                 C. jokes                      D. sport

    43. A. read                         B. made               C. shared                    D. wrote

    44. A. admit                              B. prove               C. confirm                  D. imagine

    45. A. how                         B. why                       C. if                           D. that

    46. A. friends                     B. daughters        C. sons                              D. kids

    47. A. settle down               B. move off         C. graduate                 D. marry

    48. A. big                          B. quick              C. simple                    D. balanced

    49. A. modest                     B. relaxed             C. satisfied                  D. quiet

    50. A. bargaining                B. chatting           C. arguing                   D. observing

    51. A. considered                B. guessed           C. realized                   D. accepted

    52. A. allowed                    B. forced             C. persuaded               D. requested

    53. A. play                         B. dig                  C. cover                             D. find

    54. A. killed                        B. spent                C. wasted                   D. saved

    55. A. brought                     B. required            C. cost                        D. mattered

    56. A. organized                 B. strict               C. open                       D. easy

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

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 河北省承德一中2016-2017学年高一下学期第一次月考英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    It was on the sixteenth day of the 12th month celebrating his 75th birthday that he decided it was time.

    His  41  had not been good over the past few years and the stress of keeping the family business on course was beginning to make him very tired. The challenge was in  42  which one of his sons would take his place.

        As they gather to celebrate  43  , the old man announced his retirement and handed each of the sons a   44  . “By the first day of the New Year, I want you to bring your box filled with what you believe to be the most  45  of this business. Based on your choices, I will decide who will  46  as the chairman.”

        During the next 15 days the families and employees could  47  a strong competitive spirit between the boys.

        The day finally came. From the box the first son  48  the business ledger(账簿), saying, “This is the true measure of our  49  .” “Simple and direct” father said.

        The second son complained the box was much too  50  and brought a truck of his own personal possessions; collection of rare art, jewels…

        With a deep  51  , he turned to the last box.  52  , it’s empty! He asked the youngest son   53, “Are you telling me that you have found  54  of value in the family business?”

        “  55  ,” he said. “What I found most valuable I could not place in a box, a ledger, or a truck.”

        Father’s face  56  .

        “How does one  57 the value of commitment (承诺)qualityhonesty, and trustworthiness? What size box would  58  the loyalty(忠诚) of our employees and customers? The most valuable possessions I personally hold are the love of you and mother, family values, your wisdom, compassion(同情) and love of God. Look  59  inside that box. They are not there. The result of all of that is here standing before you.”

         It was clear what  60  was made that day

    41Amood                   Bhealth                    Cincome                Dmanagement

    42Adeciding               Brealizing                 Cdiscovering           Dknowing

    43AChristmas            Bthe New Year        CFather’s birthday  DFather’s Day

    44Atruck                    Bbox                       Cjewel                    Dpresent

    45Ainteresting            Bvaluable                Creasonable            Dexciting

    46Atake up                Btake off                 Ctake over              Dtake in

    47Asense                  Bsee                        Cfind                       Dhear

    48Aput                       Bprinted                  Cpulled                   Dcopied

    49Afailure                  Bsuccess                 Cdifference             Dquality

    50Asmall                    Bpoor                     Cbig                        Dheavy

    51A shock                Bbreath                   Cunderstanding       Dsigh

    52AInstead                BHowever              CTherefore             DAnyway

    53Aanxiously              Bangrily                   Cnervously              Dproudly

    54Anothing                 Bsomething              Ceverything             Danything

    55AThat’s right           BI’m OK                CJust the opposite   DTo the point

    56Alit up                    Bturned red             Clooked pale          Dshowed up

    57Aprove                   Bshow                 Cmeasure                Down

    58Ainclude                 Bhold                      Cneed                     Dchange

    59Astill                      Balso                       Ceven                     Dagain

    60Aeffort                   Bpreparation           Cdecision                Dmistake

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 河北省承德一中2016-2017学年高二下学期第一次月考英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

       What a busy day! The three boys were fed, bathed and changed into their nightclothes. Mary had   41   them a story and finally they were asleep. "Babysitting(照看)the three boys aged eight, six and four is extremely ___42___," she thought.

      "Sleep," she considered, "if only I could!" But she had difficult homework to complete. Leaning back, she ___43___ her feet onto the sofa to get comfortable. Whoever said babysitting was a(an) ___44___ way to make money obviously hadn't met the three boys, she thought. The television was on, the room was warm, and the lights were dim. Mary's ___45___ felt heavier and heavier. I mustn't sleep, she thought - which was ___46___ what she did, of course.

      Strangely enough, she soon ___47___ that she was a world-famous chef(主厨). She made a ___48___ and wore diamonds and designer clothes. Most days she relaxed by the pool, meeting the rich and famous or ___49___ -- her favorite hobby. She ___50___ took the leading role in her own TV show.

      That is, until she became too ___51___. "I am definitely the best in the world," she thought, as she prepared a tasty chicken dish. But ___52___ seemed to go right. She spilt the flour, she dropped an egg and she cut her finger. Despite all the troubles, she ___53___ to get the chicken into the stove. Soon, smoke blanketed the room. The chicken was on fire. ___54___ set in, but Mary could not run - she was ___55___ to the spot. She tried hard to move, but could not, ___56___ a sharp sound awoke her.

      She got shocked and confused - ___57___ was pouring from the kitchen. Rushing to investigate, she was met by three ___58___ little faces and some very burnt bread. "Sorry, we were hungry and you were ___59___, so we tried to make some bread," explained a boy. Relieved, Mary made them a snack and sent them back to bed. She___60__  them never to fall asleep on the job again!

    41Agiven                 Btold                    Cwritten                 Dtaught

    42Asuccessful          Bhelpful                Ctiring                   Dsurprising

    43Aput                     Bshook               Cbent                   Dkept

    44Adifficult              Bboring                Cimportant             Deasy

    45Aeyes                 Bmind                  Cheart                   Dlegs

    46Anicely                Bexactly               Ccuriously             Dcarelessly

    47Adreamt              Breminded            Clearnt                  D. realized

    48Adecision            Bfortune               Cbusiness              Dplan

    49Acooking            Breading               Crunning                Dbabysitting

    50Ajust                  Bever                  Conly                    Deven

    51Aselfish               Bstubborn            Cproud                 Dsensitive

    52Aeverything          Bnothing                Canything              Dsomething

    53Atried                 Barranged            Cmanaged             Dprepared

    54APanic                BPain                  CNoise                 DStress

    55Abrought             Bdragged             Cpushed                Dfrozen

    56Aunless               Buntil                   Cas                      Dbecause

    57Asmoke              Blight                   Cwater                  Dfire

    58Acheerful             Bstrange               Cguilty                   Dconfident

    59Abusy                Bhungry                Cworried               Dasleep

    60Apromised          Ballowed              Cexpected             Dpersuaded

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 河北省成安县第一中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

     At the age of 13, my family moved a third time Once again, I was at a new school. So was a girl in my class named Lizzie. That’s where the similarities   41  . I was tall and she was small. My hair was thick, short and ugly while hers was long and beautiful. I was   42   and shy. She wasn’t. I couldn’t   43   her, considering her my   44  , but she wanted to be friends.

    One day, she invited me over and I was too shocked to   45  . Actually, no one had  46   me over to play before,   47   this girl, who wore the latest fashions, wanted to see me.

    We had a great time that afternoon. Our jaws(下巴)   48   from smiling so much. She    showed     me her   49  , which had   50   come from a designer clothing store down the block,  51   owner sometimes used her as a(n)   52   for her newspaper ads and gave her clothes  53  .

    Lizzie   54   the whole neighborhood. The bookstore owners lent her fashion magazines, the movie theater gave her free   55   and the pizza place let her have free pieces. Soon I was   56   in her magic world. We slept over at each other’s   57   and spent every  58   moment together. As time went by, I let my hair grow out, and learned to love being tall.

    Lizzie, my first real friend since childhood, helped me   59   my tough teenage years and taught me a(n)   60   thing about making friends: Your “worst enemy” can turn out to be your best friend.

    41.     A. ended         B. returned     C. crowded in     D. came out

    42.     A. easy-going         B. awkward    C. disabled      D. positive

    43.     A. abandon            B. amuse        C. stand         D. forbid

    44.     A. classmate          B. side            C. competitor  D. enemy

    45.     A. prepare             B. try             C. quit            D. reject

    46.     A. ordered             B. needed               C. asked          D. encouraged

    47.     A. in case              B. but             C. as if           D. so

    48.     A. ached         B. fell apart     C. broke         D. turned out

    49.     A. magazines         B. coats          C. toys           D. necklaces

    50.     A. carefully            B. secretly      C. mostly               D. anxiously

    51.     A. that            B. where        C. which        D. whose

    52.     A. model        B. effort         C. reporter      D. reader

    53.     A. in exchange       B. for fun      C. by accident     D. at random

    54.     A. hated         B. delighted     C. admired      D. terrified

    55.     A. visas          B. dinners       C. passes        D. guarantees

    56.     A. curious             B. defeated     C. unlucky      D. included

    57.     A. houses              B. classrooms C. hearts        D. arms

    58.     A. useful        B. free            C. busy          D. exact

    59.     A. give away          B. get across   C. get through D. go over

    60.     A. disappointing     B. confusing   C. comforting D. amazing

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    A man died and was on his way to another    36    either the Heaven or the Hell. He saw an extremely    37    palace half way and the owner of the palace    38     him to stay and live in the palace.  
        The man said, "I have been working    39     during my life and now I just want to eat and sleep     40        any work. "
    The owner of the palace said., "     41     , there is nowhere else better than here for you. There are a wealth of     42      in my palace and you can eat whatever you want without anyone    43    you.     44    , there is     45     that needs to be done by you. "Then
    the man settled down in the palace.
        At the beginning, the man felt very    46    at the rotation
    (轮流) of eating and sleeping. But    47   , he felt a bit lonely and empty. So he went to the owner and complained. "It is     48      to live by just eating and sleeping every day. Now I show no     49     in this kind of life any more. Could you help me find a    50    ?
        The owner replied
    "    51    , there is no job here at all."
        After another several months
    the man could not     52      the present life and went to the owner    53    . "I really could not stand this sort of life any more. If you do not offer me a job, I would    54   to go to the hell instead of living here"
    The owner of the palace smiled contemptuously(
    轻蔑地), "Do you think it is the Heaven here? It is     55      the hell!"

    36. A. world

    B. house

    C. place

    D. hospital

    37. A. summer

    B. old

    C. free

    D. splendid

    38. A. asked

    B. warned

    C. forced

    D. commanded

    39. A. comfortably

    B. hard

    C. honestly

    D. unpaid

    40. A. apart from

    B. besides

    C. without

    D. with

    41. A. If any

    B. If so

    C. If necessary

    D. If possible

    42. A. jewels

    B. money

    C. books

    D. food

    43. A. stopping

    B. asking

    C. noticing

    D. meeting

    44. A. However

    B. Otherwise

    C. Therefore

    D. Moreover

    45. A. anything

    B. everything

    C. nothing

    D. something

    46. A. surprised

    B. happy

    C.mad

    D. frightened

    47. A. easily

    B. carefully

    C. confidently

    D. gradually

    48. A. strange

    B. enjoyable

    C. boring

    D. relaxing

    49. A. interest

    B. trust

    C. patience

    D. curiosity

    50. A. partner

    B. way out

    C. meaning

    D. job

    51. A. That's right

    B. Cheer up

    C. Sorry

    D. Never mind

    52. A. bear

    B. lose

    C. handle

    D. risk

    53. A. indeed

    B. already

    C. always

    D. again

    54. A. hope

    B. prefer

    C. promise

    D. expect

    55. A.no longer

    B. also

    C. actually

    D. still

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       You can never imagine how big and complex the inner world of a three-year-old child iseven as a momYesterday afternoon I went to (  41  ) Nicole from her daycare centerOn the way homeshe looked (  42  ) in the beginningtelling me about the daytime activitieswhile later when (  43  ) and quiet came back to hershe looked tired
        After we ( 44  ) the bus
    there was still another 15minutes of climbing up along a hill to our (  45  ) She asked me where her daddy wasI told her that daddy was still workingShe (  46  ) the fact and sighed with” Okay…"somewhat (  47  )
        On the way back
    she was not as cooperative as usualSometimes she (  48 ) to walkbut to stand in the middle of the roadSometimes she stepped (  49  ) to the grassland and tried to kick off the snow (  50 ) the bare grass could be seenAnd she kept (  51  ) all the wayFinally we arrivedAll of a sudden she (  52  ) tears and lost her temper outside the door"Why are you crying so sadlyTired"The last sentence caused an even louder (  53 ) "Mommy can't carry me! Mommy (  54 ) !Daddy carry me! Daddy…!"
        My tears came out when I heard the words
    Such a sweet and (  55 ) girl she isOne month ago I had a bad movement when carrying her up and twisted my waistI remembered that I couldn't move at all when the (  56  ) happened and this certainly scared herAfter that I (  57  ) long-term lower back pain till now and couldn't carry herIt is (  58  ) that she knows everything
        No (  59  ) she asked me where her daddy was
    That was why she kept silent all the way long but (  60  ) lost control when arriving at homeDear parentsdo you still think that our children know nothing or few about our world

    41.A.collect

    B.gather

    C.keep

    D.guide

    42.A.calm

    B.joyful

    C.patient

    D.shy

    43.A.dark

    B.loneliness

    C.peace

    D.sorrow

    44.A.got around

    B.got away

    C.got on

    D.got off

    45.A.school

    B.apartment

    C.department

    D.studio

    46.A.stressed

    B.ignored

    C.accepted

    D.checked

    47.A.excitedly

    B.unhappily

    C.naturally

    D.reasonably

    48.A.refused

    B.decided

    C.tried

    D.pretended

    49.A.forward

    B.back

    C.out

    D.aside

     

    50.A.before

    B.after

    C.until

    D.unless

     

     

    51.A.silent

    B.excited

    C.embarrassed

    D.angry

     

     

    52.A.filled with

    B.wiped away

    C.held back

    D.burst into

     

     

    53.A.cry

    B.noise

    C.sound

    D.scream

     

     

    54.A.headache

    B.stomachache

    C.backache

    D.toothache

     

     

    55.A.naughty

    B.cautious

    C.honest

    D.considerate

     

     

    56.A.accident

    B.mistake

    C.affair

    D.event

     

     

    57.A.adjusted to

    B.suffered from

    C.got over

    D.went without

     

     

    58.A.difficult

    B.rare

    C.lucky

    D.clear

     

     

    59.A.excuse

    B.reason

    C.wonder

    D.doubt

     

     

    60.A.constantly

    B.finally

    C.frequently

    D.gradually

     

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    Margie was the best hostess. She greeted everyone at the door, and she   41   candies and offered drinks. Margie   42   that everyone had a good time and that absolutely everything was   43  . But this was not Margie’s party. She was a   44   at the party like everyone else, and yet she acted as if she owned the   45  . She wants to be   46   and needs to be in control. I used to be like Margie,   47   to control the uncontrollable. I felt   48   the feelings and actions of the people around me. My body ached due to the weight I put on my own   49  .

    One day while I was out with a friend, I realized how far my desire for   50   had gotten. As I Liked to my friend, a stranger’s towel was blown away. I   51   in vain for the towel. My friend called me on it and I   52   realized the extent (程度) my sense of responsibility had gotten. Realizing I was   53   living my life, I had to make a(n)   54  .

    If we turn to   55  ,we see that it does not fight for control. A stream does not try to   56   its own course; water simply flows the path of least resistance (阻力). A   57   does not create an exact flight plan; a plane trusts its inner guidance system and adapts   58   to new wind currents (气流).

    Next time you try to control the uncontrollable, take a breath.   59   and wait. You will find things can be better, with less effort, and in   60   ways you could not have imagined. And you will find a love of life again.

    41. A. bought                            B. produced                       C. collected                        D. passed

    42. A. admitted                   B. remembered                  C. ensured                         D. recognized

    43. A. perfect                            B. different                         C. convenient                           D. cheap

    44. A. customer                  B. guest                             C. servant                          D. neighbor

    45. A. place                        B. company                        C. team                              D. land

    46. A. in secret                   B. in time                                   C. in order                         D. in charge

    47. A. helping                            B. agreeing                        C. trying                             D. learning

    48. A. angry about                    B. responsible for                     C. content with                   D. sensitive to

    49. A. shoulders                 B. sides                              C. dreams                          D. feet

    50. A. energy                            B. wealth                                   C. happiness                            D control

    51. A. asked                       B. begged                          C. rushed                                  D. waited

    52. A. finally                       B. frequently                      C. totally                                   D. unfortunately

    53. A. often                        B. nearly                                   C. just                                D. seldom

    54. A. change                           B. promise                         C. order                             D. report

    55. A. money                      B. space                                   C. nature                                  D. society

    56. A. carry                        B. offer                               C. invite                             D. direct

    57. A. train                         B. tree                                C. bird                                D. plane

    58. A. suddenly                  B. eventually                      C. possibly                         D. easily

    59. A. Struggle                   B. Relax                             C. Return                                  D. Decide

    60. A. interesting                B. amazing                         C. exciting                          D. confusing

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    I worked in a restaurant. One night, a woman came in with three small children. As a waiter, I could   41   tell who is going to tip well and who isn’t going to tip at all. She asked about the   42   of everything on the menu, but she ordered    43  water to drink. Her daughter asked her “Mum, can I have milk?” The woman pulled out her purse and   44   her change before saying yes. Then I was   45   that I wouldn’t get a tip.

    At the   46   of the meal, she paid entirely in coins. When I went back to clear the table, to my   47  , there were a lot of coins left for me. It amounted to 8 dollars, about the 25% of the   48   . Here was a woman who    49  to count her money before   50   her daughter chocolate milk,    51  she wanted to make sure she still had enough to tip me generously.

    Was it the   52   tip I’ve ever got? No, but it’s the only one I   53   after all these years.

    This story is a(n)    54  that the very best aspects(方面) of   55   nature can shine through in even the most   56   everyday situations. The first   57   may be powerful, but it’s important to let others   58   their true nature rather than making quick   59   about them. Generosity is a valuable virtue to develop, whether you   60   to be rich or poor.

    41. A. firstly          B. suddenly         C. usually          D. hardly

    42. A. material         B. price                C. taste                D. cooking

    43. A. even         B. much             C. again                D. only

    44. A. counted up       B. used up          C. stared at            D. played with

    45. A. worried          B. convinced            C. puzzled          D. annoyed

    46. A. start            B. top              C. end              D. cost

    47. A. surprise         B. satisfaction         C. regret               D. embarrassment

    48. A. serve            B. meal             C. amount           D. menu

    49. A. tended           B. pretended            C. loved                D. had

    50. A. ordering     B. awarding         C. passing          D. lending

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

    52. A. smallest         B. hottest              C. poorest         D. largest

    53. A. remember         B. obtain           C. require              D. appreciate

    54. A. practice         B. excuse               C. explanation          D. reminder

    55. A. private          B. human            C. public          D. social

    56. A. convenient       B. active           C. ordinary             D. unusual

    57. A. impression       B. expression           C. expectation     D. prediction

    58. A. hold             B. hide                 C. show             D. bear

    59. A. comments     B. jokes            C. notes                D. judgements

    60. A. attempt     B. happen               C. fail                 D. desire

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    Once upon a time, there lived a big mango(芒果) tree. A little boy loved to come and play around it everyday. As time went by, the little boy grew, and he no longer played   21   the tree.

    One day, the boy came back to the tree with a   22   look on his face. “Come and play with me,” the tree asked the boy. “I am no longer a   23   , I don’t play around trees anymore.” The boy   24   , “I want toys. I need money to buy them.” “Sorry, I don’t have money, but you can   25   all my mangoes and sell them so you will have money.” The boy was   26   excited that he picked all the mangoes on the tree and left happily. The boy didn’t come back. The tree was sad.

    One day, the boy   27   into a man returned. The tree was so excited. “Come and play with me,” the tree said. “I don’t have time to play. I have to work for my   28  . We need a house for   29  . Can you help me?” “Sorry, I don’t have a house, but you can   30   my branches and   31   to build your house.” So the man cut all the branches and the trunk(树干) off the tree and left happily. The tree was glad to see him happy but the boy didn’t come back   32  . The tree was again lonely and sad.

    Finally, the man returned after he had been   33   for so many years. “Sorry, my boy, but I don’t have   34  for you anymore. No more mangoes to give you.” The tree said. “I don’t have teeth to bite,” the man replied. “No more trunk for you to climb on.” “I am   35   old for that now,” the man said.

    “I   36   can’t give you anything, the only thing left is my dying roots(根部),” the tree said with   37   . “I don’t need much now, just a place to rest. I am   38   after all these years,” the man replied. “Good!   39   tree roots are the best place to   40   on and rest. Sit down with me and rest.” The boy sat down and the tree was glad and smiled.

    21. A. in               B. under             C. around              D. on

    22. A. delighted         B. sad               C. disappointed         D. excited

    23. A. children          B. student            C. kid                 D. man

    24. A. announced        B. declared           C. replied             D. complained

    25. A. pick             B. take               C. buy                D. cut

    26. A. so               B. such              C. also                D. as

    27. A. changed      B. transformed(使改变形态)    C. grown              D. turned

    28. A. boss             B. society            C. government          D. family

    29. A. shelter居所,住处 B. protection   C. refuge避难所       D. defense防御,保卫

    30. A. drop off          B. put off             C. chop off            D. take off

    31. A. leaves           B. fruits              C. trunk               D. roots

    32. A. afterward        B. then               C. next                D. soon

    33. A. leaving          B. disappearing        C. gone               D. reaching

    34. A. it               B. nothing            C. anything            D. one

    35. A. even            B. too                C. never              D. seldom

    36. A. actually         B. really               C. definitely          D. exactly

    37. A. respect          B. caution             C. sadness            D. attention

    38. A. desperate绝望的       B. responsible          C. tired         D. dull

    39. A. Bare光秃秃的        B. Deep       C. Old       D. Smooth光滑的

    40. A. rely             B. lean(斜靠)        C. lie        D. lay(放置,下蛋)

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类