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  • 难度: 使用次数:40 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 山西省怀仁县第八中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题(实验班) Word版含答案.doc

     “I didn’t do anything!”  “Say you’re sorry!” “It’s not my fault!”

         Sound familiar? If so, you are like a lot of kids who sometimes ___21__ with their friends or family members. It’s not always easy to get __22__ with others. Kids aren’t ___23__, so they sometimes do things that get them into ___24__. Saying “I’m sorry” can help.

         Saying you’re sorry is called apologizing. When you apologize, you’re telling someone that you’re sorry for the ___25__ you caused. When you apologize to someone, you stop to think  about the other person’s __26____, and you begin to feel sorry for your ___27__. You may even feel ___28__ or ashamed if you did something that you knew was ___29__ even if what happened was an accident or you didn’t do it ___30__. You would probably ___31__ feel sorry if you knew the other person’s feelings were hurt.

        Kids might need to apologize if they did something they knew was wrong. __32__ can apologize, too — to other grown-ups or even to ___33__. After all, grown-ups also make ___34__ sometimes. By apologizing when they are wrong, grown-ups can ___35_ a good example and show kids how to do the right thing and apologize when they ___36___.

    Sometimes a heartfelt “I’m sorry” ___37___ everything right away. Other times, it might take a while for a person to feel friendly after you ___38__. You might need to give them   ___39___. Even after you say you’re sorry, you might still feel ___40___ for what you said or did, but you can feel good about apologizing and about making up your mind to do better.

    21. A. discuss                         B. argue                             C. talk                              D. agree      

    22. A. get along                         B. catch up                 C. go on                D. keep on

    23. A. good                                B. kind                        C. perfect                            D. successful

    24. A. anger                B. difficulty           C. danger           D. trouble

    25. A. damage                        B. injury                         C. hurt                         D. harm

    26. A. feelings             B. opinions            C. dreams          D. memories

    27. A. idea                           B. fighting                    C. manner                  D. fault

    28. A. embarrassed               B. happy                       C. disappointed        D. serious

    29. A. unfair                          B. wrong                      C. right                        D. reasonable

    30. A. under way                 B. in need                C. by chance               D. on purpose

    31. A. sometimes                   B. never                               C. hardly                            D. still

    32. A. Children             B. Grown-ups         C. Friends           D. Citizens

    33. A. parents                         B. workmates                  C. kids                       D. managers

    34. A. money                           B. mistakes                   C. differences          D. changes

    35. A. set                                 B. take                           C. follow                   D. stand

    36. A. want                           B. need                                C. expect                  D. like

    37. A. removes                B. ends                   C. fixes                            D. changes

    38. A. excuse                  B. apologize                        C. decide              D. regret

    39. A. energy                       B. space                       C. help                      D. time

    40. A. bad                            B. relaxed                     C. awake                  D. hurt

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:14 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 山东省泰安三中、新泰二中、宁阳二中三校2016-2017学年高二下学期期中联考英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    I know I’m not perfect. But I think there is a(n)   41  side of my own weaknesses and faults, for they seem to bring joy to others.

    Or maybe it’s just that I underestimate the importance of my own   42  . I might be the man who was driving a car with a(n)   43   that read, “Hang up and drive.” A police officer was   44   to see the sign, as she had witnessed too many   45   caused by motorists talking on cell phones. Wanting to show her agreement to the driver, she pulled up alongside the car. But she was   46  to see the car driver shaving.

    Maybe it is just   47   to tell the weaknesses in others. It’s like the camel. An African proverb states, “The camel   48  sees its own hump(驼峰), but that of its brother is always before its  49  I probably don’t see my own humps very  50  .

    So I can   51   the story of an elderly couple who, while on a car trip, stopped at a roadside restaurant for lunch. The woman left her   52   on the table. Her husband   53   all the way back to the restaurant about her   54   leaving her glasses behind. They eventually arrived, and the woman got out of the car to get her eye glasses, the old man said, “  55   you’re there, you may as well get my hat, too”.

    Everything that annoys us about others can lead us to a(n)   56   of ourselves. The humps we can’t help but seeing in others are   57   like the humps others see in us. Or, perhaps they are like the humps we see in ourselves.

    So, what would happen if we’d   58   other people’s faults and humps as a gift? After all, they’re   59   us about ourselves. And that’s what makes us   60   from camels and we can make some changes.

    41. A. safe         B. important            C. every           D. positive

    42. A. shortcomings     B. behaviors            C. situations           D. questions   

    43.A. mark          B. sign             C. slogan       D. advertisement

    44 A. interested        B. worried          C. pleased          D. frightened

    45. A. sufferings       B. complaints       C. changes          D. accidents

    46. A. satisfied        B. disappointed         C. relaxed          D. confused

    47. A. impossible   B. necessary            C. difficult            D. easy

    48.A. often             B. ever             C. never            D. just

    49. A. eyes             B. hands            C. feet             D.shoulders       50.A. fully           B. clearly             C. gradually            D. finally

    51. A. write            B. ignore           C. appreciate       C. retell      

    52. A. glasses      B. hats             C. clothes          D. foods

    53. A. cried            B. warned       C. apologized       D. complained

    54. A. always       B. ever             C. already          D. still

    55. A. Although     B. While            C. After                D. Because 

    56. A. impression   B. opportunity      C. possibility D. understanding

    57. A. a lot            B. nearly           C. hardly           D. little

    58. A. present      B. buy             C. accept            D. keep

    59. A. blaming      B. judging          C. teaching             D. disturbing

    60. A. far          B. different            C. separate         D. free

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 山东省济南市部分区县2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    During my school days,I was one of those shy and distant kids who would just sit in a comer for an entire day. For me,my books were my_41_world.Even during breaks,I used to just sit in a corner of the_42_and see others play games.It was not as if I wasn't interested in_43_others or making new friends,but I always felt lacking in energy when_44_my peers.I always had an opinion that my advances towards new_45_would be limited.And I just didn't want to_46_a rejection.

    Once during my English class,my teacher shared a(n)_47_with us.It was about King Bruce and a spider.It revolved around a lost battle and talked about how King Bruce,despite losing the battle,_48_in the end.He was_49_ by a little spider.The little_50_of the spider and the way it was taking rejections impressed me a lot.I was so surprised that I myself started_51_the movements of spiders at home.Once,a spider took around an hour to reach the top of a wall and I_52_knocked it down.To my_53_,within seconds it started making its_54_up again.

    For me,this_55_was a game changer.I realized that rejections are_56_a failure.The world may mistreat me,_57_I can stand up and start working again.There would be time when people would like and_58_me.At present,I_59_ mixing with people,learning new things and making new friends.I think,there are just no such_60_as rejections or failures as everything can change at any moment.

    41.A.real                         B.new                       C.next                      D.only

    42.A.office               B.station                         C.playground                    D.street

    43.A.visiting             B.watching               C.helping                        D.joining

    44.A.related to                B.compared with      C.separated from    D.turned to

    45.A.friendships               B.courses                       C.teachers               D.programs

    46.A.avoid                      B.suffer                    C.cause                   D.fear

    47.A.story                       B.task                      C.experience                  D.song

    48.A.failed               B.won                       C.left                        D.refused

    49.A.confused                B.hurt                       C.persuaded            D.inspired

    50.A.improvements    B.changes             C.movements                  D.advantages

    51.A.adjusting                 B.observing             C.showing                D.guiding

    52.A.cruelly              B.angrily                         C.luckily                   D.bravely

    53.A.delight             B.surprise                C.amusement                 D.disappointment

    54.A.progress                 B.way                       C.web                       D.mistake

    55.A.incident            B.research               C.trouble                         D.adventure

    56.A.often                B.sometimes            C.never                    D.ever

    57.A.so                    B.though                  C.or                                D.but

    58.A train                        B.meet                     C.appreciate            D.remember

    59.A enjoy                       B.suggest                       C.imagine                D.risk

    60.A.approaches    B.values                   C.things                   D.solutions

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-10-06
    来源: 湖南省衡阳市第八中学2016-2017学年高一下学期文科实验班结业(期末)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

      As children, our parents had dreams for us. They wanted us to do whatever was necessary to reach our highest __41__. Later in life, friends and spouses (配偶) may also have schedules for us. People close to us may have ideas about __42__ we should live our lives. The ideas usually __43__ love and the desire for us to be happy. Other times, they come from a place of need within them— __44__ it is the parent who wants us to __45__ his or her dreams or the friend who wants us to play an already­defined role. We can appreciate and consider those people's input, but __46__ we must follow our own inner guidance.

    There may come a time when all the suggestions can become __47__. We may feel that the people we love don't approve of our judgment, which can __48__ us to some extent. It can __49__ the choices we make for our lives by making us __50__ ourselves. It may also fill a void (空虚) with their __51__ before we've had a chance to decide what we want. However, it can affect us __52__ as well. We may have to __53__ the feelings of resistance and to keep ourselves off from them. But we can take some time to __54__ ourselves of any unnecessary doubts and go within to become __55__ on what we desire for ourselves.

    We can tell our loved ones how much we __56__ their thoughts and ideas, but that we need to live our own lives and make our own __57__. We can explain that they need to let us learn from our own experiences __58__ to rob us of wonderful life lessons and the opportunity to __59__ our own judgment. When they see that we are happy with our lives, they can see all we need them do is to share __60__ with us.

    41A.need                 Bability                    Cpotential                   Dcreativity

    42A.what                 Bhow                      Cwhy                           Dwhere

    43A.come across   Bput away         Clead to             Dcome from

    44A.whether             Bif                          Cwhile                        Dwhen

    45A.apply to         Blive out              Cmanage to                    Dspeed up

    46A.desperately        Bcomfortably            Ceventually                  Ddeliberately

    47A.unreliable           Bunderstandable        Cpractical                   Dunbearable

    48A.ignore            Bhurt              Cdefeat                      Dabandon

    49A.abuse               Bmix                Cinfluence              Dreform

    50A.fight               Bscold             Cresist                     Ddoubt

    51A.wishes              Bthemes             Cbenefits             Dsuccesses

    52A.universally        Babnormally         Cactively         Deffectively

    53A.handle               Brealize           Cavoid                 Dknow

    54A.remind                Brid                    Cinform            Dwarn

    55A.false                   Bvain                Cnuclear              Dclear

    56A.reward                Bpraise           Cappreciate           Dtrust

    57A.decisions             Brequirements  Creservations         Dcommands

    58A.less than         Bmore than             Cother than         Drather than

    59A.attain               Bpolish               Cinstruct                   Dmature

    60A.lesson               Bjoy                   Copportunity               Dfreedom

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-09-20
    来源: 广东省佛山市高明区第一中学2016-2017学年高一下学期周五静校训练(第4周) 英语试题(2017-3-3) Word版含答案.doc

    From the first week of high school, my best friend, Trisha, was always going out with the popular girls.  41  I thought, “It’s okay; she’s just making new friends.” But soon I realized that Trisha wasn’t interested in me anymore. I’d  42  my best friend. It really hurt.

    One day, I told Trisha that we should  43  pretending (假装) to be friends when we really weren’t anymore. I wasn’t trying to make her mad  44  she was. After that, Trisha started talking about me behind my back, telling people that I was  45 . Some of our friends  46  with her. I felt like she was taking them away from me.

    The more I thought about it, the   47  I got. Finally, I  48  a picture of Trisha and drew lines on her face. I wrote, “I  49  this person” across the bottom. And then I did something I’ll always  50 : I put it on a website I thought was  51 . I thought people would see it, and it felt good to vent (发泄).

    A week later, Trisha’s mom saw the  52 . She called my mom, who made me take it off the website right away. However, it was already too  53 . Lots of people had seen it, and I was in a lot of  54 .

    That whole day, I felt  55 . I had to say sorry to Trisha face to face. She said she accepted my apology (道歉), but I felt she was  56  angry with me.

    Posting that picture was one of the worst  57  I’ve ever made. I realize now I could have found a much better way to deal with my  58 . If I’d just told Trisha how much I  59 her, maybe things would have turned out  60 . It’s too late for me to change things, but I hope you’ll learn from my mistake.

    41. A. At least            B. At first      C. In general          D. In public

    42. A. lost        B. met     C. found           D. made

    43. A. enjoy          B. suggest            C. stop           D. continue

    44. A. because    B. so      C. but      D. and

    45. A. busy             B. sad      C. careless      D. bad

    46. A. sided           B. talked   C. remained           D. studied

    47. A. less serious      B. less proud    C. quieter           D. angrier

    48. A. gave back         B. took up     C. cut       D. received

    49. A. need             B. fear     C. hate        D. prefer

    50. A. regret         B. control             C. correct       D. mention

    51. A. strange          B. unknown     C. popular           D. private

    52. A. book        B. picture           C. news        D. letter

    53. A. dark          B. big     C. old        D. late

    54. A. trouble        B. peace  C. danger          D. help

    55. A. excited       B. free    C. terrible        D. lucky

    56. A. just          B. still      C. once    D. soon

    57. A. excuses      B. explanations      C. changes       D. decisions

    58. A. lessons        B. feelings     C. mistakes       D. friends

    59. A. missed       B. trusted          C. praised      D. influenced

    60. A. suddenly      B. clearly       C. differently      D. hopefully

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-09-20
    来源: 甘肃省兰州市第一中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Do parents owe their kids anything? Starting from my position, parents do not owe their children a  16  education. If they can  17  it, they can  18    send them to the best universities. But they must not feel guilty if they can’t. If the children really want to go, they’ll find a  19  . There are plenty of loans (贷款) and scholarships for the bright and   20  ones who can’t afford to pay.

    When children grow up and want to   21 , their parents do not owe them a down payment on a house. They do not have the  22  to baby-sit their grandchildren. If they want to do it, it must be considered a  23  not a responsibility.

    Do parents owe their children anything? Yes, they owe them a great deal.

    One of their duties is to give their children a personal   24  . A child who is constantly made to feel stupid and unworthy, constantly  25  to brighter brothers, sisters, or cousins will be so  26 , so afraid of failing that he (or she) won’t try at all. Of course they should be  27  corrected when they do wrong, but it’s often better to let children learn their mistakes by themselves  28 . All our parents should do is to trust them, respect them, tolerate (宽容) them and give them chances to try and fail. They must learn to stand  29 . When criticisms (批评) are really needed, they should be  30  with praises, with a smile and a kiss. That is the way children learn.

    Parents owe their children a set of solid values around  31  they build their lives. This means teaching them to  32  the rights and opinions of others; it means being respectful to elders, to teachers, and to the law. The best way to teach such values is by  33 . A child who is lied to will lie. A child seeing no laughter and no love in the home will have  34  laughing and loving.

    No child asks to be  35 . If you bring a life into the world, you owe the child something.

    16. A. college          B. formal           C. usual              D. foreign

    17. A. find                   B. get                  C. afford              D. receive

    18. A. gradually          B. certainly          C. hardly             D. finally

    19. A. supply                     B. help                       C. hand                      D. way

    20. A. handsome              B. honest            C. eager             D. wealthy

    21. A. get married          B. get a job         C. go abroad              D. live alone

    22. A. time                 B. right                C. duty                D. energy

    23. A. favor                B. pleasure         C. habit                      D. service

    24. A. worth                B. affair                      C. belief                     D. respect

    25. A. brought            B. compared              C. forced             D. taken

    26. A. unsure                    B. unusual           C. unknown         D. unfair

    27. A. properly           B. gently              C. nearly             D. possibly

    28. A. now and then   B. in time             C. at once           D. right now

    29. A. failure                      B. honor              C. progress         D. test

    30. A. mixed                      B. satisfied          C. shared            D. balanced

    31. A. it                       B. which              C. whom              D. what

    32. A. consider           B. refuse             C. respect           D. know

    33. A. explanation             B. time                 C. word                      D. deed

    34. A. pleasure           B. difficulty          C. fun                  D. freedom

    35. A. praised             B. alone                     C. born                D. poor

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-09-12
    来源: 天津市和平区2016-2017学年高一下学期期末质量调查英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    In high school, various after-school activities are offered to students. Last year, when working with autistic(患自闭症的) children, I had the ____11____of starting my own club. I had helped some of them play tennis and wanted to familiarize them with a new environment. Soon, I spent a lot of time thinking about the ____12____of my club.

    ___13___, this was no simple task as I started to ____14____the club’s application(申请). I first went to my neighbor, Dr. Ball, asking about how the club should be designed. As a famous autism specialist, Dr. Ball gave me practical ____15____on how to work with autistic children in a classroom setting. He ____16____provided me with several websites that I could view. When I approached my principal(校长), Mrs. Royster later that month, she explained to me how my proposal(提议)would be ____17____: A group of teachers and the Student Council would review the application. ____18____both teams decided that the club would _____19_____the school, my club would start the following school year.

    After that, I began to ___20___how my club would ____21____money since a major part of the application asked what charity events the club would host. I decided to organize a fortune cookie event: during lunch, club members would fill a large bottle with fortune cookies, with each one containing a ____22____. Students could then buy, the cookie for fifty cents and get a chance to win a gift card, if their ticket number was ____23____.

    Near the end of April, feeling uncertain, I was more ____24____than ever to hear back from Mrs. Royster. When I did, I was greeted with exciting news—my club had been passed by the School Board! I was ___25___for everyone’s support and help with the starting of the club.

    11. A. time    B. idea    C. chance    D. courage

    12. A. members    B. problems    C. rules    D. details

    13. A. Shortly    B. Clearly    C. Luckily    D. Gradually

    14. A. receive    B. describe    C. complete    D. forget

    15. A. speeches    B. reports    C. advice    D. research

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

    17. A. introduced    B. accepted    C. changed    D. dropped

    18. A. Although    B. If    C. Because    D. While

    19. A. fix    B. reach    C. promise    D. benefit

    20. A. plan    B. ask    C. explain    D. understand

    21. A. save    B. spend    C. collect    D. borrow

    22. A. cent    B. card    C. ticket    D. picture

    23. A. added    B. chosen    C. found    D. guessed

    24. A. bored    B. surprised    C. disappointed    D. worried

    25. A. thankful    B. sorry    C. famous    D. successful

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:16 入库时间:2017-09-06
    来源: 山东省济南市历城区第二中学2016-2017学年高二上学期周练(12.10)英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

     As a child, I started learning to play the piano, my favorite musical   41  ,but I was forced to give up when I started my middle school   42   I could concentrate more on my studies.

     It’s one of my biggest   43   to stop practicing the piano when I recall sadly today. During the following years, I kept telling my piano teacher that I would 44  . However, I didn’t keep my promise because I was   45   with my study.   46   I lost touch with my teacher. Some years later, my teacher died. I was very sad because I lost such a good teacher. She was a very warm and gentle person. It hurts me to think she may have been   47   that I never returned. I haven’t taken lessons since then but to be honest, I   48   to. Sitting at the piano, I couldn’t help recalling many   49  -- times of my practising at home and playing before my teacher and one time my teacher   50   me after I played entire pieces of music wrong in front of her colleagues. I was so   51   that I could hardly say anything. But her  52   helped me ease my shame. These memories,   53  , good or bad, never caused my   54   for playing the piano again.

     This thought then led me to think that  55  is like music, and that we all try to play different   56  in the instrument of our life. Sometimes the pitch(音高) is   57  when we play it well, but sometimes we are out of tone. However, we all continue to create our own   58  style of music. No matter what style our music is, it is   59   that we sing the songs of joy, quietness and love. Though I may never make it back to piano lessons, it doesn’t  60   that I’ve stopped making music.

    41.A. instrument        B. performance  C. room           D. stage

    42.A. in that           B. so that           C. now that       D. except that

    43.A. Successes         B. regrets           C. decisions      D. hobbies

    44.A. play          B. graduate      C. leave        D. return

    45.A. occupied      B. angry             C. satisfied       D. patient

    46.A. Actually          B. Constantly        C. Suddenly        D. Gradually

    47.A. astonished        B. glad          C. disappointed    D. amazed

    48.A. liked         B. needed            C. wanted      D. decided

    49.A. dreams            B. expressions       C. words       D. memories

    50.A. instructed        B. hurt          C. punished        D. respected

    51.A. frightened        B. moved             C. embarrassed D. excited

    52.A. happiness     B. satisfaction      C. comfort     D. sigh

    53.A. instead           B. meanwhile         C. therefore       D. however

    54.A. Hope              B. courage       C. feeling     D. effect

    55.A. life              B. learning      C. attitude        D. enjoyment

    56.A. cards         B. sports            C. roles           D. games

    57.A. hard          B. wonderful        C. surprising       D. complex

    58.A. unique            B. boring           C. common       D. similar

    59A. necessary        B. strange      C. possible     D. important

    60A. matter          B. mean          C. report       D. Appear

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-09-06
    来源: 山东省济南市历城二中2016-2017学年高一下学期6月份月考英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    Many students have difficulty in cracking cloze tests(完型填空). You have no exception. So I will help you to crack it. From my point of view, cloze tests are___41___ jigsaw puzzles(拼图). You can never deny that it___42___patience and time to solve them. You have to have ___43___eyes to find the clues just like detectives. Sometimes you can not discover the proper answer___44___you finish reading whole passage. Words, especially the ___45___between them are essential for you do it better. You are required to read ___46___the lines. I also want to stress the ability of analyzing the discourse(语篇). It is often heard that cracking cloze tests is beyond English itself. It may largely depend on the general knowledge or your common sense besides vocabulary. Above are my tips for dealing with the test.

    Next I would like to share 3 steps you can adopt in the following practice. To begin with, read the first and the last sentence to have an overall understanding of the whole passage. Then___47___ filling in the blanks according to the context. In the end, reread the whole passage to___48___the answers.

    Since it is a cost-effective question type, it needs more efforts. I really hope you can get a high ___49___within 18 mins(the time limit for finishing the cloze test). I am expecting you have a____50____of achievement in my class.

    41. A. like    B. as    C. to    D. with

    42. A. spends    B. takes    C. occupies    D. costs

    43. A. big    B. sharp    C. bright    D. proper

    44. A. until    B. after    C. since    D. though

    45. A. distinction    B. similarity    C. meaning    D. character

    46. A. among    B. between    C. in    D. beneath

    47. A. try    B. avoid    C. enjoy    D. imagine

    48. A. make    B. adjust    C. test    D. adopt

    49. A. mark    B. achievement    C. progress    D. advancement

    50. A. organ    B. weapon    C. touch    D. sense

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-08-23
    来源: 甘肃省天水市一中2016-2017学年高二下学期第二学段考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    Last spring, I was fortunate to be chosen to participate in an exchange study program. In my application letter, I was careful to___16___how much I wanted to see France; evidently, my excitement really came through in my words. Once I___17___that I was going, all I could think about was the fun of foreign travel and making all sorts of new and___18___friends. While traveling was inspiring and meeting people was___19___, nothing about my term in France was what I___20___.

    The moment I arrived in Paris, I was___21___by a nice French couple who would become my host parents. My entire experience was joyous and exciting___22___I received some shocking news from my program coordinator(协调人): there had been a death in my host parents' extended family. They had to travel outside France for several weeks. That afternoon, I had to___23___out of one family's house and into another. The exchange coordinator told me I'd have a ___24___this time and asked whether I could share a bedroom with an English speaker. To avoid the temptation (诱惑)to___25___my native language, I asked not to be___26___with an Englishspeaking roommate. When I got to my new room, I___27___myself to my new roommate Paolo, a Brazilian (巴西人)the same age as I, whom I was surprised to find playing one of my favorite CDs! In just a few hours, we knew we'd be good friends for the rest of the___28___.

    I left France with many___29___, so when people ask me what my favorite part of the trip was, they are always___30___to hear me talk about my Brazilian friend Paolo and the scores of weekdays in class, weeknights on the town, and weekends___31___ France we enjoyed together. I love how people___32___seem so different, but end up being so___33___. The most valuable lesson I gained from studying in France wasn't just to respect the French people___34___to respect all people, for your next best friend could be just a continent away. I would recommend an exchange program to anyone who wants to experience foreign cultures and gain meaningful___35___.

    16. A. discuss    B. express    C. announce    D. argue

    17. A. approved    B. knew    C. warned    D. denied

    18. A. stubborn    B. anxious    C. universal    D. interesting

    19. A. boring    B. upsetting    C. exciting    D. promising

    20. A. expected    B. liked    C. doubted    D. feared

    21. A. sponsored    B. witnessed    C. greeted    D. supported

    22. A. until    B. when    C. since    D. while

    23. A. move    B. travel    C. walk    D. rush

    24. A. housekeeper    B. leader    C. roommate    D. colleague

    25. A. learn    B. appreciate    C. speak    D. master

    26. A. combined    B. fitted    C. involved    D. placed

    27. A. added    B. introduced    C. devoted    D. adapted

    28. A. term    B. week    C. month    D. vacation

    29. A. presents    B. suitcases    C. stories    D. dreams

    30. A. surprised    B. disturbed    C. embarrassed    D. concerned

    31. A. analyzing    B. exploring    C. describing    D. investigating

    32. A. need    B. shall    C. must    D. can

    33. A. generous    B. independent    C. similar    D. distant

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

    35. A. instructions    B. friendships    C. facts    D. data

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-08-20
    来源: 浙江省华维学校2016-2017学年高二下学期期末考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    Last Friday when Jose Rodriguez , a 5-year-old white boy, asked his mother Lydia Rodriguez if he could get his blonde hair cut like his black friend Reddy’s, and of course his mother agreed. For a very  36  reason the two pre-school friends decided to  37  their teacher with matching haircuts.

    Jose  38  that if he and Reddy had the same haircut, no one would be able to  39  them. Reddy apparently thought this trick was  40  as well.

    “It is just two  41  boys. Obviously, they see they are different colors, they just don’t care. It is not  42  , Rodriguez said. She sees Jose’s inability to see a  43  between himself and his friend as a parenting win. “I just taught him to  44  everyone the same,” she said.

    The teacher played along and  45  she was talking to Jose when Reddy arrived before Jose, he told the teacher and his  46  he was Jose.

    On Monday, Rodriguez  47  the story on the Facebook.78,000 people  48  it and the story has gone viral(疯传). On the post she wrote: “If this isn’t proof that  49  and prejudice is something that is  50  , I don’t know what is. Their  51  is the only difference Jose sees in the two of them. Though Jose loves  52  himself on TV and the Internet, he remains unsure why his haircut became such a big  53  .

    “He still has no idea why people  54  so much”, Rodriguez said. “He wanted to  55  Reddy and now he thinks they look the same.”

    36. A. wrong                B. obvious                    C. sweet                       D. funny

    37. A. trick                   B. entertain                   C. surprise                    D. frighten

    38. A. feared                 B. decided                    C. promised                  D. admitted

    39. A. tease                   B. substitute                  C. persuade                  D. distinguish

    40. A. simple                 B. amusing                   C. perfect                            D. stupid

    41. A. innocent              B. naughty                    C. happy                      D. clever

    42. A. ridiculous            B. important                  C. reasonable                D. convincing

    43. A. friendship            B. cooperation               C. respect                            D. difference

    44. A. praise                 B. blame                       C. love                         D. attend

    45. A. confirmed           B. pretended                 C. reminded                  D. explained

    46. A. classmates          B. parents                     C. relatives                   D. guests

    47. A. downloaded         B. commented               C. read                         D. shared

    48. A. contributed to      B. submitted to           C. reacted to.          D. turned to

    49. A. hate           B. identity                C. justice              D. happiness

    50. A. forbidden            B. taught                      C. permitted           D. expected

    51. A. colors         B. characters             C. hair              D. status

    52. A. watching             B. introducing               C. reflecting                  D. amusing

    53. A. reward                B. gift                          C. debate                      D. deal   

    54. A. care                    B. envy                        C. talk                          D. admire

    55. A. believe in          B. look like                   C. appreciate            D. inspire     

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-08-15
    来源: 上海市七宝中学2017届高三5月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Why do people go to university? There is a popular notion that a college education is something to be endured in order to become __41___to obtain certain kinds of jobs or to go to graduate school. This is not what we are trying to do at Harvard, nor would we wish to have many students here who took such a(n)___42___view of a college career. There are several goals we aim to reach in our undergraduate program.

       The most obvious one is to give knowledge—fairly___43___knowldege in one field and a more general knowledge of a variety of other subject areas which you may choose according to your interest. But if acquiring knowledge is a self-evident part of a college education, it is __44___the most important. Remarkably few of the facts you learn here will remain in your___45___for many years, and some of those that do will even be proved ___46___by new knowledge.

       __47___, we can instill(灌输)certain attitudes of mind-a willingness to accept uncertainly and the lack of definite truths; independence of mind, and a respect for facts and for the uncomfortable conclusions which facts sometimes lead to.

       In addition to these ___48___qualities, a college education should try to lay a foundation for the creative use of ___49___time. Some of this capacity can be stimulated in the classroom—in courses in the humanities and the arts. Yet, at least as much __50___will occur outside the lecture hall---on athletic fields, in music rooms, student theaters, concert hails, and so forth.

       These are some of the __51___of a liberal college education as I see them. I cannot resist concluding with a few private thoughts about our new careers at Harvard.

       To begin with, I hope that we will think__52___about what we want to accomplish here. It would be __53___for you to set your sights on some limited goal, such as getting good grades or merely getting into one or another graduate school.

       Second, I hope that you will give some thought to what you can do for others during your stay here. There are many problems waiting for your help, and many people who could __14___your efforts.

       My final bit of advice. Whatever else we do, let us remember not to take ourselves too seriously. However great our problems may seem, however urgent our complaints, they are overshadowed(黯然失色)by the __55__of countless other people on our planet.

    41. A. fascinated                     B. qualified                       C. determined                  D. required

    42. A. optimistic                      B. strong                   C. narrow                         D. sensitive

    43. A. concentrated                 B. expanded                     C. informed                             D. illustrated

    44. A. by far                             B. far from                 C. free from                             D. without doubt

    45. A. memory                         B. position                 C. evaluation                    D. foundation

    46. A. useful                           B. essential                      C. false                             D. common

    47. A. Besides                         B. However                       C. Therefore                    D. Somehow

    48. A. physical                         B. inborn                   C. emotional                     D. intellectual

    49. A. business                        B. study                     C. experiment                   D. leisure

    50. A. appreciation                  B. stimulation             C. participation                 D. exposure

    51. A. benefits                         B. aims                     C. problems                             D. achievements

    52. A. broadly                          B. honestly                       C. freely                           D. continually

    53. A. fantastic                        B. magic                    C. tragic                           D. basic

    54. A. suffer from                     B. profit from             C. reflect on                            D. complain about

    55. A. inspiration                             B. difference              C. ambitions                     D. difficulties

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-07-14
    来源: 安徽省巢湖市柘皋中学2017届高三最后一次模拟考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    As a college student,I took a position as a salesman and weekend brand ambassador at a local men's clothing store in New Jersey.In addition to allowing me to become an expert T-shirt folder,the job_41_me for future success, teaching me what to prioritize (优先处理) and how to_42_my time effectively.I also learned the value of teamwork and a client-centric (以客户为中心的) _43_to business.

    My_44_as a brand ambassador included managing the sales,taking part in community events and sharing details on in-store promotions.I was_45_with organizing inventory(库存)and price marking our clothing for sales. While I enjoyed the opportunity to communicate with_46_on a daily basis,I was challenged to manage my schedule and was_47_to learn the importance of prioritization.

    One year later,we were on a_48_schedule to open a new store and I was responsible for stocking the inventory and_49_new salesmen.Being 19,I_50_this as a massive task and felt a great deal of_51_.Luckily,using the time management skills I had_52_learned,I was able to complete what was_53_of me.I am now able to_54_on the success of opening a new store that_55_exists today.

    Much of_56_I accomplished would not have been possible without the_57_of my direct manager,Mrs.Brown, who had a great_58_on me.She set expectations early on me and clear goals and processes for achieving success.Her approach helped me complete tasks_59_and on time,and has_60_the way I now manage my own team.

    41.A.prepared    B.provided          C.exposed          D.employed

    42.A.divide         B.occupy            C.operate            D.manage

    43.A.entrance       B.suggestion       C.approach         D.relation

    44.A.abilities       B.responsibilities    C.ideas               D.theories

    45.A.tasked        B.helped             C.awarded          D.connected

    46.A.visitors        B.guests             C.designers         D.customers

    47.A.free            B.quick              C.helpful            D.easy

    48.A.light           B.flexible            C.tight                D.loose

    49.A.using          B.training    C.consulting         D.controlling

    50.A.described     B.respected         C.served             D.viewed

    51.A.pressure    B.confusion         C.relief               D.caution

    52.A.naturally    B.gratefully         C.previously        D.carefully

    53.A.robbed        B.required           C.convinced        D.rid

    54.A.comment      B.reflect             C.call                 D.go

    55.A.also            B.even                C.already            D.still

    56.A.what          B.when              C.whether          D.how

    57.A.guidance    B.persuasion         C.kindness          D.attraction

    58.A.judgment     B.mark               C.sign                D.effect

    59.A.exactly       B.immediately       C.efficiently         D.easily

    60.A.imagined      B.stopped           C.inspired           D.copied

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-07-14
    来源: 重庆市第八中学2017届高三适应性月考(六)英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    It was the last day of final examination in a large Eastern university. On the steps of one building, a group of engineering seniors___21___, discussing the exam due to begin in a few minutes. On their faces was___22___. This was their last exam—then on to graduation ceremony and ___23___. Some talked of jobs they already had; others ___24___jobs they would get. With all this assurance of four years of college, they felt ready and able to ___25___the world. The approaching exam, they knew, would be quite ___26___. The professor had said they could bring any books or notes they wanted, ___27___only that they should not talk to each other during the test. Then they filed into the classroom. The professor ___28___the papers. And smiles ___29___their faces as the students noted there were only five essay-type questions. However, when the professor began to collect the papers three hours later, the students no longer looked confident. On their faces was a frightened ____30____. No one spoke as, ____31____ in hand, the professor faced the class.

    He surveyed the worried faces before him, then asked, “How many completed all five questions?” Not a hand was ____32____. “How many answered four?” Still no hands. “Three? Two?” The students shifted ____33____in their seats. “One, then? Certainly ____34____finished one.” But the class remained ____35____. The professor put down the papers. “That is exactly what I____36____,” he said, “and I just want you to____37____ that. These questions you could not answer are relatively____38____in everyday practice.” “Then,” smiling, he added, “you will all____39____this course, but remember—even though you are now college graduates, your education has just____40____.” The years have obscured(模糊)the name of this professor, but not the lesson he taught.

    21. A. united       B. gathered         C. surrounded           D. played

    22. A. doubt        B. confidence           C. anxiety              D. satisfaction

    23. A. study        B. rest             C. exams                D. jobs

    24. A. of           B. for                  C. at                   D. to

    25. A. defeat       B. conquer              C. crash                D. fight

    26. A. tough        B. confusing            C. easy             D. exciting

    27. A. requesting   B. expecting            C. forbidding           D. asking

    28. A. gave out    B. turned away          C. brought in           D. prepared for

    29. A. improved    B. lit                   C. changed          D. broadened

    30. A. smile        B. expression           C. color                D. sense

    31. A. books        B. papers               C. pens             D. lists

    32. A. presented   B. discovered           C. raised               D. noted

    33. A. carelessly   B. restlessly           C. hopelessly           D. eagerly

    34. A. somebody   B. anybody            C. nobody               D. everybody

    35. A. calm    B. silent               C. disappointed         D. worried

    36. A. put          B. throw                C. expected         D. strike

    37. A. know    B. school               C. knowledge            D. exercise

    38. A. abstract    B. popular              C. common           D. complex

    39. A. fail         B. lose             C. attend               D. pass

    40. A. begun        B. completed            C. advanced         D. succeeded

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-06-15
    来源: 上海市嘉定区2017届高三下学期教学质量调研考试英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    Why College is Not Home

    The college years are supposed to be a time for important growth in autonomy (自主性) and the development of adult identity . However , now they are becoming an ___41____period of adolescence , during which many of today’s students are not shouldered with adult _____42____.

    In the past two decades , continued connections with and ___43____on family , thanks to cell phones , email and social media , have increased significantly . Some parents go so far as to help with coursework . Instead of promoting the idea of college as a passage from the shelter of the family to autonomy ,universities have ____44_____to the idea that they should provide the same environment as that of the home.

       To prepare for increased autonomy  and responsibility , college need to be a time of ___45____and experimentation . This process involves “trying on” new ways of thinking about oneself both intellectually and personally ._____46_____we should provide “safe spaces” within colleges , we must also make it safe to express opinions and challenge majority views.____47_____ growth and flexibility are fostered by strict debate and questioning .

       Learning to deal with the ___48____world is equally important . Because a college community (群体) differs from the family , many students will struggle to find a sense of ____49___. If students rely on administrations to ___50_____their social behavior and thinking pattern ,they are not facing the challenge of finding an identity ,within a larger and complex community .

         ______51___,the tendency for universities to monitor and __52_____student behavior runs up against another characteristic of young adults: the response to being controlled by their elders . If acceptable social behavior is too strictly defined (规定) the insensitive or aggressive behavior that administrators  are seeking to minimize many actually be _____53___. It is not surprising that young people are likely to burst out , particularly when there are reasons to do so .

       Our generation once joined hands and stood from at times of national emergence . What is lacking today is the _____54____between desire for autonomy and their understanding of an unsafe world. Therefore , there is the desire for their home to be replacement homes and not places to experience growth .But Every college discussion about community values ,social climates and behavior should include ___55__of the development importance of students autonomy and self-regulation.

    41.  A. expanded        B. educational                 C. expected                D. extended
    42.  A. responsibilities    B. abilities      C. knowledge       D. experience

    43.  A. concentration     B. dependence    C. influence      D. decision

    44.  A. give up          B. give away      C. give in       D. give out

    45.  A. instruction        B. exploration    C. reflection     D. preparation

    46.  A. When            B. While        C. Since        D. If

    47.  A. Intellectual        B. Spiritual     C. Logical       D. Psychological

    48.  A. adult              B. virtual     C. real          D. social

    49.  A. satisfaction        B. duty       C. belonging      D. curiosity

    50.  A. understand        B. train       C. protect         D. regulate

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

    52.  A. change           B. criticize     C. shape          D. motivate

    53.  A. encouraged        B. challenged   C. agreed        D. realized

    54.  A. difference         B. tension      C. balance        D. conflict

    55.  A. observation        B. recognition   C. determination  D. judgment

    题型:完型填空  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-06-14
    来源: 青海省西宁市第四高级中学、第五中学、第十四中学三校2017届高三4月联考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Teaching anyone to think of others before themselves is, I believe, a life-long effort. For me right

    now, it might mean not buying that extra shirt or a cup of coffee and 41 saving the money to help someone   42   . For my kids, it might mean sharing    43  , happily taking turns in the playground. I like to   44   thinking of others and finding a way to help them as “kindness”.

    On this particular day, instead of    45   a lot of money on a lunch out in the restaurant, we bought some   46   little toys to give to strangers. I asked the boys   47   they would like to give these toys to other children. At first they were disappointed because they wanted to    48    them. This wasn’t surprising----I knew that if my mom bought a whole lot of great shirts which I thought were for me, and then said she wanted to give them away, I might at first be a bit    49    , too. So we    50    them and my oldest child    51    we keep one and give the others away to make others happy. We    52   this was a good idea and then they started to get excited about the  53       of giving them away, asking me who they could give them to and how.

    We    54    some slips of paper, punched(开洞)  a hole,   55    them to the little dolls, and then headed out for the local mall.

    The boys were very excited to be on their way to    56    the toys, and I admitted I was a bit    57   . What would the parents think as we gave their child a toy? Would they be    58   , or not like the gift? But I took some deep    59    and realized that if we are doing something out of love, we can only give with open    60    and accept whatever is to come.

    41. A. extremely                            B. thus                              C. just                                     D. instead

    42. A. in particular                        B. in ruins                        C. in need                                D. in return

    43. A. secrets                                B.toys                              C. gifts                                     D. decorations

    44. A. deserve                              B. describe                        C. discuss                             D. learn

    45. A. spending                            B. taking                            C. paying                              D. costing

    46. A. grateful                              B. naughty                         C. cute                               D. straight

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

    48. A. adopt                                 B. settle                              C. purchase                          D. keep

    49. A. disappointed                    B. delighted                        C. inspired                           D. shocked

    50. A. designed                           B. counted                           C. persuaded                       D. suffered

    51. A. told                                   B. asked                               C. informed                        D. suggested

    52. A. concerned                         B. preferred                          C. decided                          D. agreed

    53. A. adventure                          B. experience                       C. prospect                        D. agreement 

    54. A. cut out                               B. cut across                        C. cut up                           D. cut down

    55. A. tied                                    B. marked                          C. hung                             D. passed

    56. A. bring                               B. deliver                              C. replace                          D. rescue

    57. A. nervous                             B. doubtful                         C. sorrowful                      D. excited

    58. A. worried                             B. interested                         C. offended                        D. amused

    59. A. measures                          B. turns                                 C. steps                              D. breaths  

    60. A. hugs                                 B. minds                               C. hearts                            D. hands

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    来源: 山西省大同市第一中学2016-2017学年高二3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Back in business school, macho(自以为是的) kids like me studied finance. In the competition of life, money    21   winning, so those who managed the money would become the   22   . Didn't matter that I was a woman - I was as         23     as any guy you'd ever met.

    It's taken me a lot of years, a lot of living, to   24   that my view of the world was upside down. The reality is: finance is for wimps(呆子). Finance is the easy part. However, It's much    25   to deal with people. The winners in society are the people who understand how to    26   other people.

    In my 20s, I worked really hard. I  27  name-brand schools and piled on the degrees. I was   28  on my climb to the top as a successful real-estate developer. I worked full-time as I was studying, because I was    29   .

    Then when I was 31, I got to the top in a way that I   30   imagined possible. I was   31   Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles. In that     32  , I collaborated with leaders from all sectors of society.

    When our four-year term came to a    33  , I moved to another world of power and money, as a headhunter for CEOs and other   34   talent for the world's biggest companies.

    As a result of all these   35  , I've had the chance to meet, befriend, and work with leaders from all sectors in countries throughout the world.

    And here's what I've learned: the leaders are not the   36   IQ people in any organization. They didn't get the highest grades, they didn't   37   the highest exam scores. They got to the top   38   they have the ability to attract the best people to work for them. And at the root of that power of attraction is empathy(同感能力). Empathy is the ability to truly connect with other human beings. It's life's hardest but most    39   skill. And it's the skill   40  for leadership in a changing world.

    21. A. ignored                 B. equaled           C. combined               D. caused

    22. A. directors               B. heroes                    C. winners                   D. losers

    23. A. optimistic                     B. naughty           C. competitive                    D. practical

    24. A. realize                   B. deny                C. complain                 D. debate

    25. A. happier                 B. simpler             C. easier                            D. harder

    26. A. care about                   B. relate to          C. depend on                    D. talk with

    27. A. attended               B. avoided           C. left                          D. escaped

    28. A. praised                 B. assisted           C. criticized                 D. focused

    29. A. in a hurry                     B. in vain                     C. in surprise                     D. in the end

    30. A. ever                      B. often                C. never                      D. once

    31. A. appointed                    B. treated                    C. awarded                 D. charged

    32. A. culture                  B. game               C. space                            D. role

    33. A. start                      B. fame                C. close                      D. trend

    34. A. different                B. top                   C. common                 D. busy

    35. A. experiences          B. performances  C. accidents                D. experiment

    36. A. busiest                  B. lowest                     C. dullest                           D. highest

    37. A. accept                  B. expect                     C. score                      D. share

    38. A. until                      B. because          C. so                          D. before

    39. A. complete               B. funny               C. boring                            D. important

    40. A. required                B. remembered    C. regarded                D. reached

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    来源: 广西陆川县中学2017届高三下学期知识竞赛英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

           Learning experiences happen to us throughout our lives,and not too long ago,I had one that1 would like to 41 .  This story begins with a 42 three years ago.It’s a story of pizza and being 43 buying ice cream with a US $ 20 bill.

    I was going to Marblehead with my racing team on the highway and we were all 44 .Luckily,we saw a rest area   45.I had a brand-new US $ 20 bill,and I had 46 had that kind of cash before.Spending it on food 47 to me like throwing it away.

           We all rushed into the pizza line. 48 I got a cheese pizza and a drink.Halfway through the 49 ,I realized I had not actually 50 any money to the cashier.I felt terrible.I just couldn’t go back to the cashier and 51 my stolen pizza.I would feel embarrassed.

           I was so upset that I refused to give myself the 52 of an ice cream in fear that someone would say,“Hey,Jeff, why don’t you 53 the change from the pizza instead of that nice,new US $ 20 bill?”I was not so proud of my 54 now.

           For the next two years,whenever I was 55 of the“pizza incident”,I 56 my eyes and said to myself,“Not gonna think about it,not gonna think about it...”.

           I think this 57 the saying,“A coward(懦夫)dies a thousand deaths;a hero dies 58 .”I was a coward and have felt  59 about that incident at least a thousand times.If I had been a “hero” and gone 60 up to pay for the pizza,then I would have felt a little embarrassed about it only once,or maybe twice.

    41.A.introduce              B.perform            C.share              D.explain

    42.A.game          B.trip                 C.party               D.race

    43.A.afraid of         B.fond of             C.careless in         D.eager for

    44.A.late                   B.hungry             C.lost                D.slow

    45.A.inside                 B.behind             C.below              D.ahead

    46.A.even            B.once               C.never              D.ever

    47.A.proved          B.showed            C.turned             D.seemed

    48.A.Gradually      B.Finally               C.Usually              D.Lately

    49.A.meal            B.journey             C.calk                D.job

    50.A.returned              B.offered             C.handed            D.supplied

    51.A.give away      B.give back                C.ask for             D.pay for

    52.A.pleasure              B.chance           C.idea                     D.effort

    53.A.find             B.receive             C.use                D.return

    54.A.cash            B.pizza                    C.ice cream                D.change

    55.A.blamed        B.warned             C.told                D.reminded

    56.A.fixed             B.closed              C.raised              D.wiped

    57.A.brings         B.concerns                 C.impresses          D.reflects

    58.A.more                  B.less              C.one              D.none

    59.A.terrible          B.puzzled             C.nervous                     D.curious

    60.A.away          B.back               C.near               D.out     

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    来源: 广西柳州高级中学2017届高三二月份模拟演练英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Learning experiences happen to us throughout our lives, and not too long ago, I had one that I would like to    41   . This story began with a    42   three years ago. It's a story of pizza and being   43  of buying ice cream with a US $20 bill. 

      I was going to Marblehead, Massachusetts, with my racing team on the highway and we were all   44.   Luckily, we saw a rest area   45  . I had a brand-new US $ 20 bill, and I had   46   had that kind of cash before. Spending it on food   47  to me like throwing it away. 

       We all rushed into the pizza line.   48   I got a cheese pizza and drink. Halfway through the    49  , I realized I had not actually    50   any money to the cashier. I felt terrible. I just couldn't go back to the cashier and   51  my stolen pizza. I would feel embarrassed.      

    I was so upset that I refused to give myself the   52  of an ice cream in fear that someone would say, "Hey, Jeff, why don't you    53   the change from the pizza instead of that nice, new US $20 bill?" I was not so proud of my    54   now. 

      For the next two years, whenever I was   55  of the "Pizza incident," I    56  my eyes and said to myself, "Not gonna think about it, not gonna think about it…"

       I think this   57   the saying, "A coward (懦夫) dies a thousand deaths, a hero dies    58  ." I was a coward and have felt  59   about that incident at least a thousand times. If I had been a "hero" and gone   60  up to pay for the pizza, then I would have felt a little embarrassed about it only once, or maybe twice.

    41. A. introduce                  B. perform            C. share               D. explain

    42. A. game                           B. trip                   C. party                D. race

    43. A. afraid of                      B. fond of             C. careless in             D. eager for

    44. A. late                       B. hungry             C. lost                  D. slow

    45. A. inside                   B. behind                    C. below               D. ahead

    46. A. even                            B. once                C. never               D. ever

    47. A. proved                  B. showed            C. turned                    D. seemed

    48. A. Gradually                    B. Finally              C. Usually            D. Lately

    49. A. meal                            B. journey            C. talk                  D. job

    50. A. returned               B. offered             C. handed            D. supplied

    51. A. give away                    B. give back         C. ask for                    D. pay for

    52. A. pleasure               B. chance                   C. idea                 D. effort

    53. A. find                             B. receive            C. use                  D. return

    54. A. cash                            B. pizza                C. ice cream        D. change

    55. A. blamed                 B. warned            C. told                  D. reminded

    56. A. fixed                            B. closed                     C. raised                     D. wiped

    57. A. brings                   B. concerns         C. impresses        D. reflects

    58. A. more                            B. less                  C. one                  D. none

    59. A. terrible                  B. puzzled            C. nervous           D. curious

    60. A. away                            B. back                C. near                D. out

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  • 难度: 使用次数:18 入库时间:2017-03-06
    来源: 辽宁省鞍山市第一中学2017届高三上学期第二次模拟考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A person with a right attitude is always a winner.Victor Frank once wrote, “Everything can be taken from a person but one thing:the last of human freedoms---to   41   one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances.”You may not   42   overcome some difficulties in life,but you have    43   control of your own attitude.It’s totally up to you.

    Actually,attitude is a creative cycle that includes thoughts,feelings and   44   .Under certain circumstances,you do choose your thoughts about them,and your attitude   45   these thoughts .As you become emotionally involved with your thoughts,you create the second stage in     46   an attitude;you move your entire being---mind and body---into a new “vibration(颤动)”.Your   47   of this vibration is your feelings,which are then expressed in behavior that produces   48   results in your life.Attitude and results cannot be considered   49   .They follow one another like night follows day.A common term called the Law of Cause and Effect is always used to distinguish their relationship.One is the cause,and the other is the result.Simply stated,   50   you think in a positive attitude,you will achieve positive results,and the    51   

    situation is also true.Therefore,your attitudes   52   the results you achieve in life.

    There are some people who   53   this world with a wrong attitude.For them,life is full of

       54   ,limitation and unfairness.They live   55   in this world,as if they nove from one unpleasant experience to another.When facing challenges,these individuals choose to   56   other people and circumstances rather than accept responsibilities and deal with the difficulties.However,others who have a(n)   57   attitude towards life seem to live a good life.They are the real winners in life and their successes are just a matter of   58   .So take a close look at your attitude and   59   the results you have got in life to see whether   60   is important.

    41.A.attain     B.choose        C.forgive       D.admit

    42.A.actively       B.creatively    C.effectively   D.randomly

    43.A.absolute       B.common    C.similar       D.automatic

    44.A.actions        B.choices       C.results       D.emotions

    45.A.leads to                   B.takes over

      C.breaks down             D.comes from

    46.A.changing       B.repeating C.forming   D.observing

    47.A.satisfaction   B.awareness C.curiosity D.resistance

    48.A.acceptable B.doubtful  C.various       D.horrible

    49.A.simply     B.normally  C.casually  D.separately

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

    51.A.final      B.opposite  C.reasonable    D.typical

    52.A.except     B.tolerate      C.replace       D.determine

    53.A.view       B.respect       C.monitor   D.control

    54.A.freedom        B.devotion  C.hardship  D.sympathy

    55.A.eagerly        B.bravely       C.impatiently   D.unhappily

    56.A.blame      B.refuse        C.forgive       D.balance

    57.A.silent     B.positive  C.practical D.indifferent

    58.A.choice     B.ability       C.situation D.requirement

    59.A.ignore     B.stress        C.admit     D.evaluate

    60.A.attitude       B.principle C.opportunity   D.responsibility

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