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    来源: 河北省邢台市第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第三次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A very tired traveler came to the bank of a river. There was no 41   . It was winter, and the surface of the river was covered with   42   . It was getting dark, and he 43   to reach the other side while there was enough 44   . On the other hand, he worried a lot, not sure whether the ice would   45   his weight.   

    Eventually, he got down on his knees and began very   46   to crawl(爬)across the surface of the ice 47   hesitating(犹豫)for a long time. He hoped that by distributing(分散)the 48 of his body, the ice would be unlikely to   49   under the load. After he made his 50   and painful journey about halfway across the river, he suddenly heard the sound of   51   behind him. Out of the dusk, there came a 4-horse load of coal driven by a man singing happily   52   he went his happy way. Here was the traveler, fearfully crawling his way on his hands and knees. And there, as if whisked (挥动) along by the winter’s wind, went the 53 , his horses, his sled , and the heavy load of coal over the   54   river!

    The story shows how many of us 55   life. Some people crawl through life for fear of thin ice. Their  56   is not strong enough to 57   them up. Still there are those who sing as they go. Their faith is 58 .

    When we face the river of   59 , we don’t have to fear, nor do we crawl through life. With determination(决心), courage and optimism, we can happily make our way to the other   60   successfully.

    41. A. station          B. road             C. water            D. bridge 

    42. A. ice          B. smoke        C. snow         D. air

    43. A. agreed           B. helped           C. wanted           D. managed

    44. A. power            B. light            C. time         D. strength

    45. A. support          B. control          C. lose         D. admit 

    46. A. quickly          B. happily          C. freely           D. cautiously

    47. A. in               B. by           C. after            D. at

    48. A. weight           B. shape        C. height           D. direction   

    49. A. shake        B. break            C. fall             D. move

    50. A. brave        B. strange          C. slow         D. joyful

    51. A. singing          B. water        C. wind         D. laughing

    52. A. before           B. as               C. for              D. but

    53. A. manager          B. visitor          C. driver           D. passenger

    54. A. similar          B. same         C. deep         D. clear

    55. A. talk about       B. come across C. fight against    D. go through

    56. A. dream        B. feeling          C. talent           D. faith(信念)

    57. A. give             B. hold             C. make         D. use

    58. A. unshakable       B. simple           C. true         D. unavoidable

    59. A. mistakes         B. questions        C. difficulties     D. changes

    60. A. state            B. part             C. land             D. side.

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 河北省武邑中学2016-2017学年高二上学期周考(12.18)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Six-year-old Matthew Parker was in need of a kidney () transplant, and his family looked all over the country for a suitable donor. Up to 80 people signed up to give up a living   41  for the first-grader. Coincidentally, the person   42   to donate a kidney to Matthew was his teacher, Lindesy Painter.

        Matthew had been on the transplant   43   for a long time and developed antibodies (抗体) to most kidneys, it was   44   to find a match for him. The doctor had warned the family to be “  45  ” and used the term “a needle in a haystack (干草堆)” several times.

        When   46   were asked to be tested, Painter was the first one to sign up.   47  the teacher learned the result, she had to get several tests done. She was astonished when she got a   48   back saying she was a “perfect   49  .”

        Painter made the decision   50  . She knew that Matthew’s kidneys were   51  , and she empathized with anyone going through this. It was especially hard for her to   52   the condition affecting one of her two sons.

    “I watch my healthy, active, loud, wild children running around,” She said. “Matthew   53   to live a normal, healthy, active life like my boys.”

        Matthew was so   54   to learn that his teacher would be donating a kidney to him that he   55   her. His mother was deeply   56   to Lindsey Painter, saying the teacher was a “  57  and “giving” person for doing this.

        The operations for the kidney donation would   58   in the following month. Matthew’s mother said, “My son’s new kidney means a special   59   between student and teacher that goes far   60   the classroom.”

    41. A. person                            B. organ                         C. animal                        D. plant

    42. A. chosen                        B. supposed                     C. forced                         D. required

    43. A. house                B. machine               C. list                          D. team

    44. A. difficult                    B. vital                     C. effortless                   D. impossible

    45. A. optimistic                       B. sensitive              C. fantastic              D. realistic

    46. A. competitors            B. candidates           C. volunteers            D. partners

    47. A. While                    B. Once                   C. After                    D. Before

    48. A. sign                     B. call                       C. letter                    D. visit

    49. A. match                          B. companion          C. mother                D. participant

    50. A. wisely                    B. sensibly              C. willingly                D. lightly

    51. A. failing                     B. hurting               C. shrinking                      D. disappearing

    52. A. control                   B. predict               C. imagine               D. accept

    53. A. struggles                      B. manages             C. regrets                       D. deserves

    54. A. puzzled                 B. moved                 C. satisfied                       D. worried

    55. A. feared                 B. hugged              C. missed                D. ignored

    56. A. sorry                   B. friendly                C. polite                         D. grateful

    57. A. reliable                         B. selfless                C. passive                D. cheerful

    58. A. take place                     B. come up                    C. set off                         D. break out

    59. A. appreciation         B. agreement                 C. bond                    D. distance

    60. A. above                 B. from                  C. into                    D. beyond

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 河北省定州中学2017届高三12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    My father was a self-taught mandolin (曼陀铃) player. He was one of the best string   ________ players in our town. He could not   ________  music, but if he heard a tune a few times, he could play it.

    Dad loved to play the mandolin for his   ________   for he knew we enjoyed singing, and hearing him play. He was always there,  ________   his time and efforts to making sure that his family had enough in their life. I had grown into a man and had children of my own  ________  I realized how much he had sacrificed.

    I joined the United States Air________ in January of 1962. Whenever I would come home  ________ , I would ask Dad to play the mandolin. He could   ________ your soul with the tones that came out of that old mandolin. He seemed to shine when he was playing. You could see his ________  in his ability to play so well for his family.

    In 1950, our family moved to Maryland. While working at Todd Steel, he was   ________ in an accident. On that particular day, Dad got the third index finger of his left hand   ________  by the machine.   ________   he didnt lose enough of the finger where it would stop him picking up anything, it did   ________ his ability to play the mandolin. After the accident, every time we asked him to play, he would make ________  for why he couldnt play. Eventually, we could persuade him and he would say, Okay. But I cant hold down on the strings and play as well as before. For the family it didnt make any  ________ .

    In August of 1993, my father was discovered with lung cancer. He chose not to receive treatments so that he could live out the rest of his life   ________   dignity. About a week before his death, we asked Dad if he would play the mandolin for us. He made excuses but said okay. He knew it would probably be the   ________   time he would play for us. He tuned up the old mandolin and played a few ________ . When I looked around, there was not a   ________   eye in the family. We saw before us a quiet man with an inner strength. Dad would never play the mandolin for us again. Dad was doing something he had done all his life,  ________  . As sick as he was, he was still pleasing others. Dad surely could play that Mandolin!

    27A. equipment    B. musical   C. instrument   D. musician

    28A. copy         B. see       C. look at      D. read

    29A. family       B. employer  C. friends      D. audience

    30A. applying     B. paying    C. devoting     D. attaching

    31A. since        B. while     C. before       D. after

    32A. Force        B. Energy    C. Power        D. Strength

    33A. on duty      B.on leave   C. on holiday   D. on vacation

    34A. touch        B. contact   C. feel         D. keep

    35A. proud        B. praise    C. please       D. pride

    36A. took part   B. participated  C. joined   D. involved

    37A. cut in      B. cut off   C. cut up       D. cut out

    38A. Although    B. If        C. Whether      D. Because

    39A. destroy     B. affect    C. effect       D. injure

    40A. uses       B. preparations  C. impressions  D. excuses

    41A. comment     B. sense     C. difference   D. decision

    42A. at          B. on        C. with         D. off

    43A. first       B. latest    C. last         D. longest

    44A. bills       B. notes     C. symbols      D. signs

    45A. wet         B. dry       C. cried        D. crying

    46A. sponsoring  B. giving    C. distributing D. taking

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-02-22
    来源: 河北省定州市第二中学2016-2017学年高一寒假作业英语试题(8) Word版含答案.doc

    That was when my son was 6 years old. My son is now 22 but whenever I look at him even as a grown man, I remember the small child with    46   .

    Our cat was    47    to give birth. And like all young children, my son was very interested in the birth of the babies. During the following week, he never stopped    48    me for a chance to witness it. At last, I agreed. I answered all his questions and prepared him the best    49    he might not be shocked or frightened.

    That    50    when my son arrived home, one baby cat had been born. He was so     51    at what he saw that he would put his hand on the mother cat’s stomach and feel the other babies    52   . When the mother cat began to    53    very loudly, it was clear that the second baby was on its way. My son   54    but never said a word. Then he asked me, “Mum, why does she cry so loudly when the baby comes?” I    55    that it was not a hurtful pain but a pain of great pleasure    56    the mother.

    When the    57    of the third baby was coming by the crying of the mother cat, my son   58    hugged (拥抱) me with tears    59    his face, saying, “Mum, I’m sorry for the   60    I brought you to have me.” My heart almost stopped. With a(n)    61    choice of words, I told him that his birth has brought me    62    but smiles, and that I would like to    63    it 100 times.

    Now my son is a grown man, but he always    64    that night, for it was on that night that he finally    65    what the word “love” meant.

    46. A. smiles          B. tears            C. interest         D. care

    47. A. willing         B. determined       C. ready                D. upset

    48. A. begging     B. searching        C. thanking         D. commanding

    49. A. unless          B. until            C. as if                D. so that

    50. A. morning     B. afternoon        C. noon             D. night

    51. A. amazed      B. frightened       C. angry            D. sad

    52. A. jumping     B. sleeping       C. moving         D. growing

    53. A. laugh           B. cough            C. cry              D. shout

    54. A. watched     B. noticed      C. found                D. responded

    55. A. realized        B. explained    C. expressed        D. added

    56. A. in              B. with         C. on               D. for

    57. A. loss            B. birth        C. performance          D. protection

    58. A. suddenly        B. peacefully     C. actually               D. naturally

    59. A. calming down    B. rolling down C. setting down       D. turning down

    60. A. pain            B. trial            C. cruelty              D. violence

    61. A. hopeful     B. careful          C. useless          D. informal

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

    63. A. join in         B. suffer from      C. dream of             D. go through

    64. A. regrets         B. remembers    C. ignores          D. prefers

    65. A. understood      B. decided      C. admitted         D. doubted

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 河北省定州市第二中学2016-2017学年高二寒假作业英语试题(2) Word版含答案.doc

    I went to a group activity, “Sensitivity Sunday” which was to make us more  36  the problem faced by disabled people, We were asked to “  37  a disability” for sever hours one Sunday, Some member  38  chose the wheel chair, Other wore sound-blocking earplug(耳塞)or blindfold(眼罩).

     Just sitting in the wheelchair was a   39  experience, I had never considered before how   40  it would be to use one ,As soon as I sat down my   41  made the chair begin to roll ,Its wheel were not   42   Then I wondered where to put my  43  It took me quite a while to get the metal footrest into  44   ,I took my first uneasy look at what was to be my only means of  45   for several hours, For disabled people, “adopting a wheelchair” is not a temporary(临时的46  .

     I tried to find a  47  position and thought it might be restful,  48  kind of nice to be  49  around for a while, Looking around, I  50   would have to handle the thing myself! My hands started to ache as I  51  the heavy wheels, I came to know that controlling the  52  of the wheelchair as not going to be  53  task,

     My wheelchair experiment was soon  54  It made a deep impression on me ,A few hours of “disability” gave me only a taste of the  55  ,both physical and mental, that disabled people must overcome.

    36. A. curious about    B. interested in    C. aware on         D. careful with 

    37. A. cure        B. prevent          C. adopt            D. analyze 

    38. A. inserted         B. strangely        C. as usual         D. like me

    39. A. learning         B. working      C. satisfying       D. relaxing

    40. A. convening        B. awkward      C. boring           D. exciting

    41. A. height           B. force            C. skill            D. weight

    42. A. locked           B. repaired         C. powered          D. grasped

    43. A. hands        B. feet        C. keys             D. handles

    44. A. place            B. action       C. play             D. effect

    45. A. operation        B. communication    C. transportation       D. production

    46. A. exploration      B. education        C. experiment       D. entertainment

    47. A. flexible         B. safe        C. starting        D. comfortable

    48. A. yet         B. just             C. still           D. even

    49. A. shown            B. pushed      C. driven           D. guided

    50. A. realized         B. suggested    C. agreed          D. admitted

    51. A. lifted           B. turned           C. pressed          D. seized

    52. A. path             B. position         C. direction            D. way

    53. A. easy             B. heavy       C. major            D. extra

    54. A. forgotten        B. repeated    C. conducted       D. finished

    55. A. weaknesses       B. challenges       C. anxieties      D. illnesses

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 河北省定州市第二中学2016-2017学年高二寒假作业英语试题(1) Word版含答案.doc

       One summer day my father sent me to buy wire for our farm. At 16, I liked  1  better than driving our truck,   2  this time I was not happy. My father had told me I’d have to ask for credit(赊账) at the store.

        Sixteen is a   3  age, when a young man wants respect, not charity. It was 1976, and the ugly   4  of racial discrimination ()was   5  a fact of life. I’d seen my friends ask for credit and then stand, head down, while the store owner   6  whether they were “good for it.” I knew black youths just like me who were  7  like thieves by the store clerk each time they went into a grocery.

        My family was   8  . We paid our debts. But before harvest, cash was short. Would the store owner  9    us ?

        At Davis’s store, Buck Davis stood behind the cash desk, talking to a farmer. I nodded  10 I passed him on my way to the hardware shelves. When I brought my  11  to the cash desk, I said  12  , “I need to put this on credit.”

        The farmer gave me an amused, distrustful 13  . But Buck’s face didn’t change. “Sure,” he said   14  . “Your daddy is   15  good for it.” He   16  to the other man. “This here is one of James Williams’s sons.”

        The farmer nodded in a neighborly   17  . I was filled with pride. James William’s son. Those three words had opened a door to an adult’s respect and trust.

        That day I discovered that the good name my parents had   18  brought our whole family the respect of our neighbors. Everyone knew what to   19  from a Williams: a decent(正派) person who kept his word and respected himself   20   much to do wrong.

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

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

    3. A. prideful        B. wonderful         C. respectful        D. colorful

    4. A. intention       B. shadow              C. habit                D. faith                

    5. A. thus           B. just          C. still          D. ever

    6. A. guessed               B. suspected           C. questioned     D. realized

    7. A. watched         B. caught              C. dismissed       D. accused

    8. A. generous        B. honest              C. friendly        D. modest

    9. A. blame           B. excuse        C. charge      D. trust

    10. A. until           B. as            C. once                D. since

    11. A. goods                B. sales          C. orders         D. favorites

    12. A. casually        B. confidently         C. cheerfully            D. carefully

    13. A. look           B. stare          C. response         D. comment

    14. A. patiently              B. eagerly              C. easily         D. proudly

    15. A. generally       B. never             C. sometimes     D. always

    16. A. pointed              B. replied        C. turned             D. introduced

    17. A. sense                B. way           C. degree             D. mood

    18. A. earned              B. deserved              C. given                D. used

    19. A. receive         B. expect            C. collect               D. require

    20. A. very                 B. so           C. how           D. too

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 河北省沧州市第一中学2016-2017学年高二11月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A mother and daughter living in my community are two of the most unfriendly people I have ever come
    across in my life. They are totally   41   , mixing with nobody. As they drive past neighbors they keep their
    eyes looking away and make no sign of   42   . The only fame they have is making a nuisance (
    讨厌的人) of
    themselves to the local police station by  43    music played too loud, dogs barking more than once a day 
    and any other petty (
    琐碎的) little   44   .
         On moving into this neighborhood, I was   45   of these two but decided I would make up my own mind. 
    This proved quite a  46   to me as more than once either the mother or the daughter would knock on my 
    door and blast (
    猛烈抨击) me with some  47    or other. I  48  answered politely and made sure I  49  as they
    went past my place and also made the effort now and then to make a kind  50   about their garden or pets.
         Time passed and in October, as part of the Kindness Rock Give, Maureen and I decided to place a
    kindness rock in their garden. Their  51   remained unchanged, however, and I continued to be as friendly
    as possible. During the Easter give, we decided once again to  52   these two unhappy ladies to our list and
     53 a packet of cookies on their gate. Imagine my  54  when two days later they   55    at my gate and 
    jokingly said they were  56  hanging their Christmas stocking on their gate, and they brought me a bunch of 
    flowers!
         So, my fellow gifters, do not  57   on your random gifts of kindness. You may never know just what this
      58     to others, nor how many broken or 59    hearted people you may just change    60  a simple act of 
    kindness.

    41. A. protected            B. depressed        C. separated        D. equipped

    42. A. enthusiasm           B. acceptance       C. excitement       D. entertainment

    43. A. discussing           B. requesting       C. reporting            D. rejecting

    44. A. events           B. issues           C. accidents            D. affairs

    45. A. accused              B. warned           C. reminded             D. convinced

    46. A. challenge            B. project              C. task                 D. matter

    47. A. quarrels             B. opinions             C. explanations         D. complaints

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

    49. A. waved            B. stared           C. noticed              D. laughed

    50. A. difference           B. account              C. gesture              D. remark

    51. A. smile                B. attitude             C. decision             D. anger

    52. A. add                  B. recommend        C. reduced              D. drove

    53. A. shared           B. took                 C. left                 D. fixed

    54. A. interest             B. anxiety              C. surprise             D. doubt

    55. A. whispered            B. stopped              C. shouted          D. wandered

    56. A. imagining            B. intending            C. considering      D. approaching

    57. A. take in              B. take up              C. give in              D. give up

    58. A. refers               B. means            C. hard                 D. warm

    59. A. kind                 B. light            C. hard                 D. warm

    60. A. on               B. over                 C. by               D. with

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 贵州省遵义航天高级中学2017届高三第五次模拟英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Long, long ago,  there was a small village. This village had a(an)  21   tradition. At the beginning of every year, any boy who had reached the age of majority (成年) was given land and money to build a home. The boy had to   22   his home before winter. If his home failed to endure(忍耐) the cold weather in winter, the villagers could not   23   him in any way.
         One   24   , Paul and Marc reached their majority. They  25   their land and money and decided to search nearby villages for ideas on building their homes. In each village, they found the nicest   26  and talked to the owners. Each owner gladly offered   27   .
       After Marc saw several homes, he   28 the best ideas and went back to his own land. Paul,    29   , continued collecting more ideas. Soon he had so many great ideas that he began to   30  some of them. But he always believed he could find even better ideas in the next village.
       Marc began building his home. He had several false starts,  31 his home gradually rose from his land. By fall, Marc
    had finished his home. It wasn't perfect, but it was strong and he could   32  it later. Paul enjoyed all the beautiful homes and   33 with home owners. The first snow came and Paul, realizing he was running out of time,   34  back to his land. He built the best home he could in the time he had, but it was  35 . The first winter storm destroyed his home and he froze to    36 .The villagers mourned for him.
       Marc     37   the winter. Each year, Marc searched for other good ideas he could use to make his own home look better. He became a leader in the village,  38  a family, and lived a happy, content life.
       We all build and improve our own mental homes. It's  39   and fun for us to search for ideas from other mental home owners, but we only improve our own mental home if we actually  40 the best ideas.

    21A. strange      B. hopeful    C. good       D. reasonable

    22A. find             B. run            C. complete       D. buy

    23A. help         B. encourage       C. scold      D. persuade

    24A. winter       B. summer      C. autumn         D. spring

    25A .exchanged            B. received    C. recognized     D. won

    26A. girls                   B. jobs        C. houses         D. presents

    27A. rooms                    B. drinks              C. attention      D. advice

    28A .expected             B. gathered        C. created        D. understood

    29A. similarly                B. finally             C. however        D. therefore

    30A. forget                   B. believe         C. replace        D. doubt

    31A. because                  B. although       C. but        D. so

    32A. repair                  B. rebuild         C. sell       D. improve

    33A. conversations   B. achievements    C. struggles      D. arguments

    34A. drove                    B. rushed          C. flew       D. moved

    35A. weak                     B. funny       C. small      D. amazing

    36A. blindness                B. death               C. sadness        D. disease

    37A. experienced          B. hated               C. survived       D. spent

    38A. brought                  B. earned          C. contacted      D. raised

    39A. slow                    B. easy            C. dangerous      D. special

    40A. realize                 B. bring       C. collect        D. apply

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    It was a warm April day when a big fat envelope came in the mail from the only college I had ever imagined attending. I tore open the packet. My eyes were   41   on the word “congratulations”. I don’t remember ever smiling so wide. 

    Then I looked at my     42    package. The cost of my dream school’s tuition, room and board was around $ 40,000- a(n)    43      sum! How could I afford to attend? What good reasons did I have to go there when three other fine colleges were offering me free   44    ? My other choices were good,     45    schools even if they weren’t as famous as my first choice. 

     In my mind, attending my dream university would be the only way to realize my dream of becoming a world-class writer. My parents understood how I felt. They told me that even though it would be a financial problem, I could go   46   I would be happiest. But as I was always careful with   47   , I wasn’t sure what to do. 

     One of the schools that   48    me a full ride had an informational    49    one night in the spring.    50    my parents’ financial difficulties, I decided to drive the 45 minutes and attend. At first, all I had planned to do was smile    51    , eat free food, listen quietly. But I surprised myself.

     At dinner the president of the university talked about the wonderful activities on campus (校园)including guest lectures and social gatherings. He also made it    52    clear that free food would be offered at all future events. He continued with explanations of   53   , class sizes, activities, and sporting events on campus. As he spoke, I began to realize that this school,    54    not as good as my first choice, might be the best one for me. It seemed small   55   with many great programs. It seemed challenging but    56   .

     As the president    57   his speech, we clapped politely and pushed back our chairs. As I walked out that door, a feeling of comfort     58    me. Looking at the campus that night, I realized that I would be spending the next four years right there. 

     In all    59   , my university is not as well-known as my dreamuniversity. However, it turned    60   to be the right choice of schools for me. 

    41. A. based on     B. brought on       C. fixed on     D. taken on

    42. A. healthy          B. financial            C. costly           D. mental

    43. A. doubtful     B. necessary            C. unsatisfactory   D. impossible

    44. A. package          B. tuition              C. ticket           D. dream

    45. A. solid            B. local                C. grateful     D. previous

    46. A. whenever     B. however          C. whatever     D. wherever

    47. A. education        B. love             C. money            D. distance

    48. A. offered          B. helped               C. attended     D. owed

    49. A. meeting          B. dinner               C. lunch        D. breakfast

    50. A. Showing      B. Demanding            C. Improving        D. Considering

    51. A. politely         B. widely               C. happily      D. fantastically

    52. A. approximately    B. seriously            C. perfectly        D. interestingly

    53. A. employees        B. professors       C. ambassadors  D. workers

    54. A. if               B. unless               C. once         D. though

    55. A. so               B. for              C. or           D. yet

    56. A. worrying     B. caring               C. exciting     D. surprising

    57. A. ended            B. started              C. continued        D. delivered

    58. A. went over        B. washed over      C. happened to  D. turn to

    59. A. reality          B. mind             C. hope         D. honesty

    60. A. up               B. out              C. back         D. in

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    The clock had just struck eleven when I first heard a noise coming from the lift. I opened the door of our room and listened: someone was    41    against the door of the     42    and calling out at the same time.

    “What’s    43    ?” I shouted. “The door has been     44    and I can’t get out.” The answer came back. The voice, which     45    like that of a girl, came from several     46    below.

    My wife had now     47    me and she went off directly in search of the night porter (守夜人). After calling to the girl that    48   was on its way, I went back into the     49   to get some tools. Then I too hurried    50    the stairs until I reached the place    51   the life was stuck.

    I tried my hand at forcing to    52    the life door, talking all the while to the girl trapped inside,    53    my tools were of no use for this purpose, Very    54  , however, my wife returned.   55    to find the porter, she had called the police, who agreed to send an engineer.    56   , she had also got in touch with the fire service.

    In a short time the engineer appeared, followed by two    57   . Almost immediately afterwards the firemen    58    too. With the special equipment it     59    the engineer only a short while to get the door open. In spite of (尽管) her experience, the girl was in good     60   . “I’m hungry,” was her only remark as she stepped out of her cage.

    41. A. standing        B. beating             C. sitting           D. shouting

    42. A. flat              B. room               C. house           D. lift

    43. A. matter         B. wrong               C. accident       D. question

    44. A. opened         B. broken             C. stuck            D. stopped

    45. A. sounded       B. heard                C. listened         D. looked

    46. A. stairs           B. floors               C. roofs          D. Flights(楼梯的一段)

    47. A. called          B. stopped            C. seen            D. helped

    48. A. I                B. nothing              C. lift              D. help

    49. A. lift             B. door                C. flat             D. way

    50. A. down          B. up                 C. on               D. from

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

    52. A. open           B. close              C. shut              D. turned

    53. A. though        B. if                   C. but               D. because

    54. A. quickly       B. fast                   C. well             D. soon

    55. A. Able           B. Unable            C. Glad             D. Sorry

    56. A. Besides        B. Instead            C. Still              D. But

    57. A. porters         B. Men             C. policemen       D. firemen

    58. A. reached       B. arrived            C. got               D. left

    59. A. spent          B. took                C. passed           D. stayed

    60. A. spirits         B. health              C. conditions       D. manners

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    One day I was taking a bus. The driver didn't     41to start the bussoon because it was not yet 42 .A middle-aged woman got on. Tired and sad, she toldher story 43  , not to anyone particular. On her way to the station, half of her44  was stolen. The other half was hidden under her blouse, so she 45 still had someleft. A few minutes later, she stopped crying, but still looked 46

    When all the seats were taken, the driver started the engine. The conductor beganto collect the fares. When  she came to an old man in worn-out clothes,he

     47    that he had spent all his money as he accidentallygot on a wrong bus and now was trying to go home. On hearing this, she ordered theold man to 48  the bus. The old man was almost in tears as he   49 her to let himtake the bus home. The driver took the conductor's side and repeated the conductor's  50  .

    The woman was watching the incident. 51 the driver and the conductor raised theirvoices at the old man, she interfered.

    “Stop 52  him! Can't you see he's only trying to get home” “He doesn't have anymoney!” the driver 53 .“Well, that's no 54 to throw him off the bus.” She insisted.

    Then she reached inside her blouse, took out her 55 money, and handed it to theconductor. “Here's his fare and mine. Just stop giving him a 56 time.

    All heads turned to the woman. “It's only money,” she shrugged.

    She rode the rest of her way home 57   a happy smile, with the money she'd lost earlier   58   . On the road of life, the help of strangers can 59  our loads andlift our spirits. How much sweeter the 60   will be when we make it a little smootherfor others!

    41.A. try              B. intend              C. decide              D. care

    42.A. empty              B. ready              C. crowded              D. full

    43.A. carefully              B. seriously              C. tearfully              D. calmly

    44.A. money              B. possession              C. fare     D. wealth[

    45.A. strangely              B. happily              C. fortunately              D. secretly

    46.A. unsatisfied              B. weak              C. excited              D. unhappy

    47.A. explained              B. declared              C. admitted              D. found

    48.A. get off              B. get over              C. get on              D. get into

    49.A. thanked              B. scolded              C. praised              D. begged

    50.A. command              B. action              C. suggestion              D. request

    51.A. Unless              B. When              C. Until              D. Although

    52.A. attacking              B. wronging              C. blaming              D. bothering

    53.A. warned              B. whispered              C. repeated              D. shouted

    54.A. problem              B. need              C. reason              D. matter

    55.A. spending              B. lost              C. remaining              D. borrowed[学优高考网]

    56.A. busy              B. hard              C. cold              D. fearful

    57.A. giving              B. taking              C. wearing              D. forcing

    58.A. forgotten              B. used              C. earned              D. returned

    59.A. move              B. increase              C. lighten              D. carry

    60.A. world              B. journey              C. smile              D. friendship

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        My friend Jerry was one of the most positive (积极的) people.  He always had something   41   to say. As a   42   at a restaurant, if his worker had a bad day, Jerry always helped him to look on the   43   side of the situation.

        Jerry's attitude(态度) truly   44   me So one day I asked him, “How can you be so positive all the time?” He replied, “You see, every morning I tell myself I have two   45   to be in a good mood or in a bad  I choose the good one, And when something goes wrong, I can be angry or I can   46   from it in some way   47  .  Then l choose the positive side of life.”

        One morning Jerry was held up by three men with   48   .  He tried to   49   the locked money box,  50   his hands shook because of nervousness and he put in a wrong password(密码). So those men shot him.   51    , Jerry was quickly found and brought to the   52   hospital.After many hours of operation and long   53   , Jerry was released home.

        I   54   what his thoughts were during the case. He replied, When I was lying on the floor, I remembered about my choices in this case: a choice to live and a choice to die.  I chose to   55   . But when I   56   the faces of doctors in the operation room, I got truly   57   .I knew that I need to do something.  So when the nurse asked me if I was allergic (过敏的) to anything, I replied “Yes”. Doctors   58 

      working while waiting for my answer. I shouted

    “Bullets (子弹)”.

      Now Jerry is   59   thanks to skills of his   60   , but his amazing attitude played an important role too

    41.A. worrying          B. encouraging          C. moving       D. tiring

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

    43.A good           B. bad                  C.violent       D.dark

    44.A. Hurt              B. accepted         C.analyzed          D.surprised

    45.A. hours             B. choices              C.eyes          D. arms

    46.A. learn             B. go                   C.look          D.hide

    47.A. neither       B. already              C. besides          D. instead

    48.A. smiles            B. hands                C.guns         D.news

    49.A. close        B. make                 C. open             D. break

    50.A. if            B. so                   C. although    D. but

    51.A. Luckily           B. Unluckily        C. Sadly            D. Hopefully

    52.A. farthest          B. nearest              C. best        D. worst

    53.A. care          B. life             C. supply       D. protection

    54.A. explained         B. asked                C. remembered       D. promised

    55.A. die               B. lie              C. live             D. stay

    56.A handed in          B. hold on          C. looked for       D. looked at

    57.A. interested        B. pleased          C. fearful          D. angry

    58. A. searched         B. stopped          C. continued        D. appeared

    59.A. dead          B. sick                 C.weak          D.alive

    60. A. government       B. family               C. doctors          D. friends

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       One morning last December, Bill McDonald read in the newspaper that a local man, Joe Day, was sick with lung cancer. That meant Day couldn’t offer the beautifully lit, handcrafted Christmas displays that had  41  as many as 95,000 people to his house to admire them every  42  .

       It wouldn’t be Christmas without Joe’s  43  , thought McDonald. We must try to   44   him, McDonald decided.

       33 Christmases ago when Day came home one afternoon from work he found his five-year-old grandson Nicholas   __45   him, asking him to build a reindeer(驯鹿). Then they made it on the lawn together and  46  up its cherry-red nose for the holidays.

       Each year, Day  47   to his handmade works, placing the reindeer above his  48  and hanging so many lights  __49  they were electric vines()around his windows and doors. Eventually thousands of lights, figures and models ___50  his yard and spread to next door.

      Then  51   December 2009 when Day’s cancer had spread to his liver(). After 19 rounds of chemotherapy(化疗)and 43 radiation treatments, he was  52  tired and depressed to celebrate Christmas.

       ___53   McDonald called.

       “You don’t know me,” McDonald said, “but I want to help you get your lights up.” McDonald gathered many people,  54  strangers, to set up Day’s displays. For two days, more than 100 volunteers  55  in.

       On the evening of December 12, with crowds of volunteers cheering him on, Day  56  the switch and lit up the spectacle(壮观景象).

      Day’s cancer is under  57  , and he looks forward to this year’s Christmas. “In their hearts,” Day says, “people love to give.” He is   58  that his brilliant displays will continue to light up the  59  for many years to come because Bill McDonald has  60  that he’ll get the job done.

    41. A. invited              B. attracted            C. held                 D. sent

    42. A. day                  B. chance           C. time                 D. holiday

    43. A. gifts                B. trees            C. lights           D. candies

    44. A. help                 B. ask                  C. visit                D. meet

    45. A. paying for           B. waiting for          C. caring for       D. applying for

    46. A. cheered              B. looked           C. lit                  D. took

    47. A. added            B. contributed          C. turned           D. led

    48. A. back                 B. table            C. head             D. roof

    49. A. so that              B. as if                C. even if              D. in case

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

    51. A. came                 B. returned             C. saw                  D. went

    52. A. so               B .too                  C. very                 D. rather

    53. A. Unless           B. When             C. Before           D. Until

    54. A. including            B. except           C. like                 D. for

    55. A. went                 B. worked           C. turned           D. joined

    56. A. threw                B. bought           C. fixed            D. pressed

    57. A. control              B. way                  C. discussion       D. repair

    58. A. afraid           B. sad                  C. confident            D. doubtful

    59. A. sickness             B. happiness        C. sadness              D. darkness

    60. A. approved             B. promised             C. debated              D. defeated

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       A man was walking to his destination and came across a mountain. He could hear the sounds of those who were  __41  after him. The mountain like a huge man stood  42  in his path. All that he had was a rope and he had no other  43   to climb the mountain. He had to either climb the mountain or  44  being caught. There was no other ___45  to reach his destination. He looked at the mountain and made a  46  . He placed his hand upon the rock and  47  climbing up the mountain.

       Some people saw the man climbing the mountain from a distance and  48   at him. The man  49  those critics(批评家)and moved upon the rock. Inch by inch, he climbed the mountain. Soon his hands were sore, his feet hurting but he  50   climbing. He had no resources but his rope, his  51  and his mind. A few hours later, he  52 upon the top of the mountain. He climbed the mountain with no resources because he had no  53  .

       Like the man climbing the mountain, a large number of people have to grow  54  because they have no resources and don’t  55 to be caught up with by their competitors. They  56 a single goal at a time. By ignoring almost  57  ,they can achieve the one task that maters most early on.

       As for such people, all that  58  is growth. Every decision they make is informed also by growth. They have a set of disciplines learned through  59   and out of necessity. Their every strategy and every initiative(首创精神) is attempted in the hopes of   60  . In a word, growth is the sun they revolve around. Well, it’s necessary for us to learn from them.

    41. A. looking              B. taking           C. asking           D. running

    42. A. interestingly        B. challengingly   C. expectedly       D. frequently

    43. A. opportunity          B. ability              C. equipment        D. skill

    44. A. risk                 B. forbid           C. try                  D. escape

    45. A. right                B. time                 C. person           D. way

    46. A. difference           B. decision             C. promise              D. face

    47. A. allowed              B. suggested        C. started              D. ended

    48. A. laughed              B. knocked              C. aimed            D. worked

    49. A. thanked              B. greeted              C. accepted             D. ignored

    50. A. began            B. kept                 C. finished             D. enjoyed

    51. A. strength             B. knowledge        C. curiosity            D. kindness

    52. A. waited           B. cried            C. stood            D. slept

    53. A. ability              B. choice           C. luck                 D. safety

    54. A. peacefully           B. healthily            C. safety           D. rapidly

    55. A. wish                 B. manage           C. agree                D. need

    56. A. rely on              B. try on           C. focus on         D. pass on

    57. A. either               B. everything       C. both                 D. nothing

    58. A. matters              B. stays            C. helps            D. works

    59. A. studying             B. thinking             C. observing        D. practicing

    60. A. succeeding       B. growing              C. advancing        D. cheering

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    My grandson is seven now. He lives 100 miles away. He 41  my mobile phone number when he was only four.  42  , he has called me every night.

        He also 43  calls me at other times during the day just to  4a happy or sad moment. Many times he is holding a basketball with one hand, or 45  with a friend about something I don’t quite 46  , or crying about something. I just 47  and laugh or cry with him — just share his emotion. I always let him be in 48   of the conversation, the emotion, and the amount of time he’s on the 49   with me. Many times I just listen to him 50  or listen while he does his homework aloud.

        The 51  time I take control of the conversation is when he’s 52  to say goodbye at night. Then I say, “I love you, baby”. One 53  I thought maybe he was 54  of hearing those words, so I didn’t say them. He immediately called me back and told me that I 55   to say the sentence! Since then I have never 56  saying it again!

        All my friends know he takes precedence over (比……重要) all other things. If Im at a place where I really can’t take his  57  , I always excuse myself and

     58  tell him I’ll call him back in a few minutes. I want him to know that he takes first place in my 59  .

        Every child needs at least one 60   in their life to listen and share with. I am glad to give my grandson the love he needs.

    41. A. memorized    B. kept        C. noticed               D. wrote

    42. A. Once again   B. Since then   C. Later on              D. Shortly after

    43. A. briefly      B. directly      C. instantly            D. frequently

    44. A. express     B. discuss        C. share              D. mark

    45. A. comparing   B. laughing     C. studying           D. quarrelling

    46. A. understand   B. enjoy       C. believe            D. remember 

    47. A. look         B. talk          C. sit              D. listen

    48. A. charge       B. need          C. support          D. face

    49. A. conversation  B. phone       C. way             D. game

    50. A. play         B. sleep          C. lie           D. act

    51. A. last        B. only       C. perfect           D. right

    52. A. willing   B. determined    C. ready             D. eager

    53. A. day         B. night            C. weekend       D. morning

    54. A. afraid       B. tired           C. aware            D. ashamed

    55. A. decided      B. learnt          C. agreed           D. forgot

    56. A. escaped     B. failed          C. missed            D. denied

    57. A. invitation    B. call           C. help         D. attention

    58. A. naturally    B. politely        C. simply        D. happily

    59. A. work         B. brain          C. appointment    D. heart

    60. A. friend       B. grandparent    C. adult           D. teacher

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 广东省肇庆市2016-2017学年高一上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        I am a terrible dancer. I usually try to avoid situations where I would be expected to  16  However, I recently had to get over my   17  when my workmate  18  me to a traditional dance. I am   19  in Brittany in France where the people have a   20   regional (地域性的) identity. They even have their own  21  which is called Breton. Every couple of months, each town hosts their own  22  Breton dance called a Fest Deiz which is Breton for day festival  23  it takes place during the day. They also host Fest Noz which means ‘night festival’ as it takes place in the  24  .

        I really wanted to go to a Fest Deiz because I was   25  songs in the Breton language. The music was  26  and everyone except   27  was doing a special dance for each song. They were all very happy. Then I   28   that I should stop being nervous and join in with the dancing. The    29  who invited me taught me how to do a(n)  30  dance where everybody joined little fingers and danced in a circle. I found the steps quite difficult   31  it was really fun. My favourite part of the dance was seeing everyone, young and old, joining hands. I felt honored to be   32  in this special tradition. Perhaps more   33   I learnt that it is a(n)   34  idea to try something new, even if you are frightened. By saying yes, you could 35 _      something really special.

    16 . A. sing                B. dance           C. talk             D. teach

    17. A. sadness            B. disappointment         C. regret            D. fear

    18. A. invited                        B. sent             C. forced            D. allowed

    19. A. driving                B. travelling         C. studying          D. working

    20. A. wrong                 B. new              C. strong                D. different

    21. A. writing               B. music            C. language        D. culture

    22. A. exciting              B. traditional        C. beautiful          D. difficult

    23. A. because            B. so               C. unless            D. though

    24. A. morning             B. evening          C. afternoon           D. daytime

    25. A. unsatisfied with  B. prepared for     C. interested in           D. worried about

    26. A. powerful          B. excellent         C. popular             D. loud

    27. A. me              B. us               C. them               D. him

    28. A. guessed               B. expected         C. realised         D. agreed

    29. A. neighbour        B. teacher         C. friend           D. classmate

    30. A. modern                B. perfect           C. easy            D. special

    31. A. and            B. but               C. if                   D. or

    32. A.included                B. found             C. changed        D. left

    33. A.surprisingly        B. pleasantly             C. fortunately         D. importantly

    34. A. creative        B. good            C. stupid           D. strange

    35. A. experience       B. choose                   C. imagine          D.invent

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-02-19
    来源: 九江一中2016-2017学年高一上学期期中考试试题

    The earthquake was over and the city was in ruins.

    I had no choice but to walk home as all the 41 had stopped as a result of the quake. On my way home I 42 an old lady at a bakery shop giving out free bread, which made my heart 43. A man was holding a sign saying, “Please use our 44.” He was 45 his house for people to go to the restroom.

    My friend, 46 wanted to be of help to others, stood in the cold with a sign “If you don’t 47 a motorcycle, I’ll be glad to drive you home.” And then I saw him pick up an old man and drive him all the way to a faraway place!

    Then next day I drove to have my car 48. There was not enough 49 now and many gas stations were either closed or have very 50 lines. I got worried, since I was 51 fifteen cars. Finally, when my 52 came, the man smiled and said, “53 this situation, we are only giving $30 worth gas per person. Is that alright?” “54. It’s nice that we are all able to 55,” I said. His smile gave me so much comfort.

    At the escape center I saw a man 56 when people brought food to him. It was the first time in three days that food had been brought to their center. However, after he cleaned up the tears, his next 57 surprised me. “I am very 58 that we are provided with food. But people in the city next to us haven’t 59 any food at all. Please go to that center as well.” Hearing that, I realized there was a bright future on the other side of this 60

    41.A. life                     B. business                  C. rescue                     D. traffic

    42.A. noticed                      B. missed                     C. ignored                    D. caught

    43.A. kind                    B. broken                     C. warm                             D. empty 

    44.A. hotel                   B. toilet                        C. hospital                   D. house

    45.A. opening               B. selling                      C. repairing                  D. building

    46.A. who                   B. whom                      C. which                     D. he

    47.A. buy                    B. care                        C. matter                     D. mind

    48.A. used up               B. taken up                  C. filled up                   D. washed away

    49.A. gas                     B. information              C. food                        D. water

    50.A. direct                  B. fine                         C. long                        D. thin

    51.A.behind                 B. between                   C. among                     D. beneath

    52.A. time                    B. turn                         C. duty                        D. decision

    53.A. Except for           B. Together with           C. Instead of                D. Because of

    54.A. Not at all             B. Of course                C. No way                   D. Never mind

    55.A. share                  B. offer                       C. learn                       D. choose

    56.A. crying                 B. eating                      C. smiling                    D. singing

    57.A. ways                  B. roles                        C. words                     D. promises

    58.A. sure                    B. grateful                    C. surprised                 D. proud

    59.A. bought                B. wasted                    C. prepared                  D. received

    60.A. disaster               B. chance                    C. city                         D. center

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 九江一中2017届高三第一次月考英语试卷

     “I don't feel right about this,” I said to one of my cousins in a low voice. She nodded in    41    . Not wanting to be the first to touch the food, I waited for one of the older adults to start.

    Thanksgiving usually meant    42     and full stomachs, however, this year was    43   . My family sat around the dinner table    44    at our feast. Everyone had a full plate, everyone except for Grandma. The treatment for throat cancer would     45     one of her great pleasures, eating. This was the first of many food-focused    46     to come. I could not imagine what it would be like to never taste    47    food again. My cousin Molly broke the   48      with a raise of her glass, “To Nat.” We all followed her lead. “Your    49    and strength encourage us all,” she continued. Grandma smiled, holding back her tears with great    50    . “Thank you. Please, please eat.” And with that, we all began to eat. Conversation broke    51    around the room while Grandma laughed and talked with us all. Cancer would take away her ability to eat, but not the gift of being the best hostess. The evening went on as    52    Thanksgivings do. By the time the night was over, I felt    53    to my family than ever before. I learned that we gather together on holidays not to eat rich feast, but to    54    and share with one another. We    55    my Grandmother’s courage, but we all learned a lesson in grace. In the years following, my Grandma    56    to create meals for family events. She told me once with a laugh, “I may not be able to eat, but I can    57    taste things.” With a    58    heart, Grandma prepared what she could not have for the only purpose of making us    59    . She inspired me to learn to cook and helped me find the    60    to make everything come together: love.

    41. A. disappointment

    B. surprise

    C. satisfaction

    D. agreement

    42. A. songs

    B. laughter

    C. thoughts

    D. understanding

    43. A. popular

    B. different

    C. familiar

    D. similar

    44. A. aiming

    B. staring

    C. joking

    D. nodding

    45. A. take away

    B. take in

    C. take up

    D. take down

    46. A. plans

    B. dinners

    C. holidays

    D. activities

    47. A. cheap

    B. beautiful

    C. delicious

    D. terrible

    48. A. record

    B. rule

    C. dark

    D. silence

    49. A. wish

    B. concern

    C. courage

    D. confidence

    50. A. efforts

    B. effects

    C. relief

    D. patience

    51. A. into

    B. up

    C. down

    D. out

    52. A. necessary

    B. basic

    C. normal

    D. certain

    53. A. farther

    B. closer

    C. happier

    D. stranger

    54. A. apologize

    B. promise

    C. forgive

    D. support

    55. A. remembered

    B. mentioned

    C. followed

    D. celebrated

    56. A. continued

    B. decided

    C. hated

    D. started

    57. A. still

    B. ever

    C. just

    D. even

    58. A. careless

    B. frightening

    C. pitiful

    D. selfless

    59. A. sad

    B. happy

    C. surprised

    D. lovely

    60. A. sign

    B. skill

    C. attitude

    D. secret

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 九江一中2016-2017学年度高二上学期期中考试英语试卷

    My day started just like all the other days for the past 15 years. While on the train for work, I always chose a seat away from the crowd,   41   I could read the newspaper in peace. Today the train was unusually   42  .With hesitation I sat down in the only seat available beside a middle-aged man with his head   43  , lost in thought.

    Soon I found myself   44  why he didn’t even see me sitting next to him. I tried to  45  it, however, a   46  kept forcing me to talk to him.

    I   47  came up with an excuse to ask him a question. He looked really   48   as he still had some tears rolling down his face though he attempted to  49   them away. I couldn’t describe how I felt seeing someone in so much   50  .

    We talked for about 20 minutes and in the end he seemed to be   51  and thanked me for being an angel to take the time to   52  . I was glad I listened to the voice that day.

    Several weeks had passed when I noticed a(n)   53  on my desk. It was not addressed to anyone and only had the word “Angel” written on it. Inside it was a letter from the man I met on the train   54  me again for talking to him and   55  his life that day.

    In fact, he had so many very   56  personal problems that he was planning to end his   57  that day. In his letter he went on to explain that I was an angel to   58  him from taking his life. I don’t know what the voice was that made me take a chance and talk to a   59  but I do know that it made a   60  in someone’s life that day.

    41. A. though                     B. so                    C. if                       D. unless

    42. A. full                  B. slow                    C. modern                D. early

    43. A. up                   B. back                 C. down                  D. around

    44. A. asking             B. discovering              C. accepting            D. wondering

    45. A. explain             B. make                   C. repeat                  D. ignore

    46. A. goal                B. voice                  C. task                 D. person

    47. A. patiently              B. actually                C. eventually          D. sincerely

    48. A. moved             B. confused                 C. upset               D. anxious

    49. A. put                    B. throw                    C. send                    D. wipe

    50. A. pain                 B. thought                C. joy                  D. surprise

    51. A. lower              B. stronger                  C. better                D. sadder

    52. A. wait                B. talk                  C. listen                D. travel

    53. A. note                  B. newspaper         C. book                         D. envelope

    54. A. showing              B. thanking           C. praising                  D. rewarding

    55. A. costing                B. improving       C. changing                   D. saving

    56. A. hurtful                B. hopeful            C. useful                   D. wonderful

    57. A. trip                    B. life                          C. dream                    D. hope

    58. A. prevent                 B. protect                 C. separate                D. teach

    59. A. seller                  B. driver                  C. stranger               D. colleague

    60. A. mistake              B. decision                  C. difference              D. Promise

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 甘肃省西北师范大学附属中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第十六周周练英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        At three, Chelsie Hill decided to become a dancer. She won her first competition at five and kept   41   through her school years. She made the high-school dance team and   42   seems to work for a career as a professional dancer. However, a   43   struck. After a party, Chelsie got in a car with a   44   driver who hit a tree at speed. She   45  , but lost her legs.

        While most kids in her situation would   46   and cry, Chelsie told doctors that she wanted to dance, which   47   didn’t seem possible. During her long   48  , she saw a video of Auti Angel, a wheelchair-bound woman, performing hip-hop dancing, which made her believe she could   49   her dream. Nine months later, they met and   50   got on well. The next day she was accepted by Auti’s team.

        Auti and three other wheelchair-bound dancers were   51   to star in a show about their lives. After hearing Chelsie’s story, they decided she would make a supporting   52   with her message about drunk driving. Chelsie began to perform in 2012, and her dancing   53   started, during which she met lots of women in   54   who wanted to dance. She decided to hold classes, but they couldn’t 55  her classes. So she started teaching online.

        Since her   56  , Chelsie has been focusing on hip-hop dancing because it allows her to use her upper body to the   57   together with her new legs in routines. “Dance is dance 58you can walk or not. Dance doesn’t have a disability.” Chelsie says.

        Although she has risen to   59   with her wheelchair dances, Chelsie hasn’t given up herhopes of walking again. She is constantly in the gym working hard to regain control of her60    body.

    41.  A. dancing             B. learning         C. competing        D. fighting

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

    43.  A. competition         B. disaster         C. challenge        D. chance

    44.  A. exhausted           B. anxious     C. careless         D. drunk

    45.  A. regretted      B. awoke        C. survived         D. disappeared

    46.  A. get down            B. break down  C. cut down         D. put down

    47.  A. obviously           B. hopefully        C. generally        D. luckily

    48.  A. training            B. cure             C. injury       D. recovery

    49.  A. control             B. describe         C. realize     D. imagine

    50.  A. gradually           B. instantly        C. slowly       D. suddenly

    51.  A. guided          B. forced       C. scheduled        D. encouraged

    52.  A. proof           B. character        C. picture     D. teacher

    53.  A. style               B. learning         C. period       D. career

    54.  A. wheelchairs         B. classes     C. reality     D. sadness

    55.  A. attend          B. admire       C. appreciate     D. accept

    56.  A. relief          B. accident         C. birth            D. childhood

    57.  A. full                B. great            C. good        D. perfect

    58.  A. though          B. when             C. whether     D. if

    59.  A. familiarity         B. combination      C. use          D. fame

    60.  A. upper           B. lower            C. strong       D. flexible

    题型:完型填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类