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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2016-12-25
    来源: 山西省阳高县第一中学2015-2016学年高二下学期期末考试英语试题解析(解析版)Word版含解析.doc

    Nowadays it is found that school students seldom pay much attention to sports. Is it because they have no   21    in sports? It may not be the fact. They often say they have    22    more important things to do.

         23    are these important things? Examinations! They have to    24    themselves for the most important School Certificates of Education Examination (毕业会考), and also to

        25   with the tests and the exams in school. So many of them tend to   26    bookworms.

    In the summer holidays of the former years they could do    27   they liked, but in the summer holidays of the    28    years, they have to    29    all their time to the preparation. So studies have   30    them form going in for sports.

    Because of the pressure   31    their parents and teachers, they have to work harder and spend most of their time on books. Many parents    32    their children to pass this examination in order to get a stepping stone for higher studies or better jobs. As for the   33    themselves, they want to get good results so that they can    34    their studies in the universities. So it is necessary that they    35    up their school activities, especially sports.

    Indeed, a complete education cannot go    36     physical training, for a quick mind seldom goes along with a     37    body. It is well said, “All work and no play    38    Jack a dull(迟钝的) boy.” In one word, without a strong body, you can never    39     anything, let alone(更不用说) a great success in    40    .111]

    21. A. lesson                 B. time                  C. interest                     D. place

    22. A. very                   B. some                 C. few                         D. other

    23.  A. What               B. How                 C. Which                      D. Where      

    24. A. get                            B. prepare              C. make                       D. ask

    25. A. agree                  B. fight                  C. work                       D. deal

    26. A. become               B. have                  C. change                            D. grow

    27. A. that                    B. nothing              C. anything                   D. which1111]

    28. A. this                     B. present              C. last                          D. future

    29. A. spend                 B. take                  C. cost                         D. give

    30. A. separated            B. divided              C. stopped                    D. taken

    31. A. from                   B. of                     C. in                                   D. to

    32. A. force                  B. let                     C. make                       D. want

    33. A. parents               B. teachers            C. students                   D. examinations

    34. A. develop               B. further                     C. prove                       D. stop

    35. A. keep                   B. put                    C. take                         D. give

    36. A. for                            B. without             C. with                         D. after

    37. A. weak                  B. strong               C. good                        D. bad

    38. A. turns                  B. makes               C. gets                         D. brings

    39. A. receive                B. do                     C. achieve                    D. accept

    40. A. life                            B. exams               C. training                    D. sports

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  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2016-11-03
    来源: 广西宾阳县宾阳中学2015-2016学年高一下学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    In a class for adults, I gave the class homework. It was to go to someone you love and tell them you __41__ them. It has to be someone you have __42__ said those words to before or haven’t shared those words with for a long time.

    The people in my class were all over 35.They had learned that it was not mature to express their __43__.So this was very __44__ for some of them.

    At the beginning of our next class, I asked __45__ someone wanted to share his experience. A man raised his hand. He appeared quite __46__ and a bit shaken.

    He began, Dennis, I was very __47__ when you gave us this homework because I didn’t feel I had anyone to say those words to.__48__ on my way home, there was a voice which told me exactly who I needed to say I love you’ to. You see, five years ago, my father and I had a serious __49__ and never resolved it since that time. We __50__ seeing each other unless we had to be at Christmas or other family gatherings. So last Tuesday by the time I got home I had __51__ myself I was going to tell my father I loved him.

    The next day, I was at my parents’ house __52__ the doorbell. It was Dad who answered the door. I took one step in the door and said, Dad, I just __53__ to tell you that I love you.

    It was as if a transformation came over __54__.Before my eyes his face softened, the wrinkles (皱纹) seemed to disappear and he began to cry. He __55__ and hugged me and said, I love you too, son. “It was such a precious moment. But that’s not even my __56__.Two days after that visit, my dad, who had a heart attack and __57__ in hospital, unconscious.”

    So my __58__ to all of you in this class is this: Don’t __59__ to do the things you know need to be done.__60__ I had waited to tell my dad maybe I will never get the chance again!”

    41A. recognize              Brespect           Cappreciate                      Dlove

    42A. ever                                 Bnever            Calways                         Dregularly

    43A. emotions                    Bopinions          Cthoughts                Dworries

    44A. curious                      Bsimple            Cdifficult                          Dboring

    45A. that                           Bwhat                        Cif                                 Dwhy

    46A. angry                        Bmoved            Ccalm                              Dannoyed

    47A. confused                          Bpanicked          Csatisfied                         Ddelighted

    48A. So                             BBut               CEven if                          DEven so

    49A. project                       Bdiscussion          Cannouncement    Ddisagreement

    50A. continued                   Btried               Cavoided                       Denjoyed

    51A. reminded                          Bconvinced           Cexcused                     Dadapted

    52A. knocking                          Bapplying            Cfixing                         Dringing

    53A. came out                Bcame up            Ccame over       Dcame across

    54A .my dad                      Bmy mom            Cme                            Dus

    55A. accepted                    Breached             Cfroze                         Dwandered

    56A. fact                           Bimpression           Cfeeling                      Dpoint

    57A. made up                        Bset up             Cended up              Dtook up

    58A. message                        Bnote              Creport                  Dinformation

    59A.promise                          Bwait              Crefuse                  Dforget

    60A. What if                          BHow come         CIf only                 DNow that

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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2016-10-28
    来源: 福建省达标校2014-2015学年高二暑期集训营(三十七)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

     Youth  sports teach kids to develop a winning state of mind as well as the ability to become

    team leaders. Although having    36  is a major part of athletics, the only purpose of sports is to compete and create the   37                                                   mentality (心态) people need in sports.

       38 have the extremely hard task of getting their young athletes to learn how to play the sport and become disciplined, and ready to play the sport to the best of their ability.  39   , I was at my younger brother’s baseball game the other night and his team was     40

    by five runs in the last part of the game. While most teams in this situation would be desperately trying to regain their   41    for bravery and will to fight, his team just seemed to slowly walk around, 42 sunflower seeds, and laugh at jokes made by teammates. I asked my brother after the game why everybody was so    43    about the loss and he said it was because some kids mom brought really good snacks.

    Some parents have a    44    with coaches shouting at their child, as they hold the view

    that if a child makes a mistake, it is the coach’s 45 to correct the problem. When parents get involved in telling the coach how to 46 the team, problems  47  . Some parents feel if they pay t heir money, they should have an equal    48    on how to coach the

    team. In order to have a successful learning experience, the coach needs to feel like he can control his team and 49  the parents from having the last say. Without that, the coach feels as if he needs to    50    the parents by giving more playing time to their kids who

    actually don’t    51    it.

    With youth sport programs becoming less competitive, club teams are on the 52  . More teens can get an easier access to them. Club teams  53   more of what high school and junior high coaches are looking for, the competitive edge that is absolutely necessary in  54  . While having fun is important, skills and  55    mentality is worth more in the world of sports.

    21.    A. fun                     B. dignity                     C. courage                   D. patience

    22.    A. social                  B. competitive              C. healthy                    D. responsible

    23.    A. Coaches             B. Parents                    C. Experts                   D. Headmasters

    24.    A. As a result        B. In addition           C. For example             D. On the contrary

    25.    A. up                      B. below                       C. above                      D. down

    26.    A. scores                B. goals                        C. spirits                       D. dreams

    27.    A. chew                  B. spit                           C. count                      D. swallow

    28.    A. worried               B. happy                      C. serious                     D. casual

    29.    A. joke                    B. problem                   C. contact                    D. compromise

    30.    A. duty                   B. experience               C. awareness               D. turn

    31.    A. dismiss                B. unite                        C. handle                     D. assess

    32.    A. stand out         B. break out          C. work out                  D. come out

    33.   A. say                     B. guidance                  C. response                  D. reward

    34.   A. protect               B. defend                     C. excuse                    D. discourage

    35.   A. assist                   B. motivate                  C. please                      D. blame

    36.   A. want                   B. deserve                   C. value                       D. appreciate

    37.   A. way                    B. decline                      C. go                           D. rise

    38.   A. offer                   B. require                     C. seek                         D. preserve

    39.   A. academics           B. sports                      C. exams                      D. competitions

    40.   A. risking                 B. controlling                C. winning                    D. cooperating

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  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2016-10-06
    来源: 北京市石景山区普通中学2016届高三上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Surfingit's Not Just for Boys Anymore

    If you asked high school girls to name their favorite sportsmost would probably say basketball or volleyballI happen to be one of the few girls who would   36   : surfingBut isn't that a boy thing? Some people    37   Most certainly not

    I started surfing about five years ago and  38    in love with the sport on the very first day. Riding that first  39    was the best feeling I had ever experienced

    When I try to  40    surfing with other thingsI find it very difficult because, in my  41   there's nothing like it. It involves body,  42   and soulThere's sand between my toes and coolsalt water all  43    us. The feeling I get when I'm surfing across that  44   becoming one with the  45   is like I'm weightless

    The one thing I can  46    from surfing and not any other sport is endless challengeYou can never be the "best surfer" because the ocean  47    an uncountable variety of waves that nobody can ever master. The variations of surfing styles are wonderfulSome surfers are free and flowingothers are very aggressive(活跃有力的)and   48   . All of these things attract me to surfing and make it   49    from any other sport

    I've   50    to tell every girl I know to do something that people don't think girls can do. It's part of being human to advance to new    51   so shouldn't it be expected that girls should step up and start 52    the limits of things boys and men used to dominate(主宰)?

    There're women  53     side by side with the President of our countryso why not side by side with the boys  54    the football team or out in the water surfingGive girls a chance to  55    and they will

    36.  A. tell       B. answer         C. give         D. realize

    37A. wonder     B. understand      C. reply        D. believe

    38A. stayed     Bcame          C. dropped     D. fell

    39A. wave      Bstorm         Csail        Dboat

    40.  A. bring      B. connect        C. compare     D. tie

    41A. work       B. study          C. holiday      D. life

    42A. mind       Beffort         Chealth      Dtime

    43A. along       B. above        C. around       D. by

    44A. beach      Bwater        Cboard      Dlake

    45A. sky        B. world         C. earth        D. ocean

    46A. take       B. get           C. make        D. keep

    47A. catches     Bincludes      Coffers      Dcollects

    48A. sharp      B. great          C. hard        D. calm

    49A. known      Bright          C. far        D. different

    50A. chosen     Btried         C. learned      D. promised

    51A. levels      B. points         C. steps       D. parts

    52.  A. reaching    B. accepting      C. pushing     D. setting

    53A. sitting      B. walking        C. fighting      D. working

    54A. of         Bfrom        C. on          D. with

    55A. think       B. succeed       C. perform     D. feel

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  • 难度: 使用次数:15 入库时间:2016-09-20
    来源: 2016年《百校联盟》新课标I高考押题卷第二模拟英语 Word版含解析.doc

    Volunteering abroad comes with a bit of a social stigma(耻辱). From my 41 , this couldn’t be further from the truth. Volunteering isn’t so expensive that it’s only a 42 for the well-off. I spent 10 weeks volunteering in Arizona with America Conservation Experience(ACE), helping 43 America’s natural beauty.

    The 44 was arranged through BUNAC, a work and volunteer organization. 45 it cost me around $1,000 — a sum which I 46 mostly by working part-time.

    The self-indulgent(放纵自己的) image is 47 to overseas volunteer projects. However, the work can be 48 . I spent my time maintaining trails, building fences and carrying out projects in some of the national monuments of America. Summer temperatures in Arizona stay well above 35, 49 pleasant if you’re carrying 50kg of concrete for 10 hours at a time. And then there was the wildlife to deal with, which 50 my strength of character and made my 51 of the English household spider disappear.

     52 do most people volunteer for? Probably they want to 53 things to the world. But in reality, you 54 just as much as the local communities and ecosystems you’re helping.

    Spending 10 weeks in America’s most beautiful national parks and forests was 55 . I gained a far deeper 56 of the local environment than the average tourist, 57 ex-national park rangers(护林者) who knew 58 of the area’s history and ecosystem. But best of all, my 10 weeks were spent volunteering with young people from a mix of 59 — from Belgians to South Koreans. When I left Arizona, I returned home having made a lifelong 60 with people from around the world.

    41 A.aspect            B.experience               C.impression              D.observation

    42 A.choice            B.dream                     C.habit                      D.destination

    43 A.explore           B.develop                   C.preserve                 D.find

    44 A.trip                B.fund                       C.organization            D.conference

    45 A.In other words                                B.As a result              C.In all     D.On average

    46 A.awarded         B.sponsored               C.invested                  D.covered

    47 A.similar            B.equal                      C.relevant                  D.close

    48 A.easy-going      B.hard-going              C.interesting               D.instructive

    49 A.still                B.never                      C.yet                         D.even

    50 A.enriched         B.challenged               C.improved                D.affected

    51 A.fear                B.curiosity                 C.frustration              D.dislike

    52 A.Why              B.How                       C.Who                      D.What

    53 A.take out          B.give back                C.make up                 D.bring in

    54 A.succeed          B.remember               C.learn                      D.benefit

    55 A.unreal             B.unbearable               C.unbelievable            D.unforgettable

    56 A.meaning        B.appreciation              C.understanding         D.commitment

    57 A.interviewing    B.meeting                   C.inviting                   D.recording

    58 A.perfectly         B.partly                      C.naturally                 D.vividly

    59 A.origins            B.platforms                C.cultures                  D.schools

    60 A.campaign        B.promise                  C.contest                   D.bond

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  • 难度: 使用次数:9 入库时间:2016-09-09
    来源: 江西省会昌中学2015-2016学年高一下学期第二次月考考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

    We often say kids are blessed with endless creation, and that is a fact.

    I remember reading a story about how a teacher   41   to inspire the students in her class. The story happened in a   42   class for students in a primary school. The teacher drew a lot of   43   on the blackboard. Then the   44   was raised by the teacher that what came to   45   when they caught the first sight of the white sheep.

    The kids gave the teacher many answers. For example, some of them said the sheep   46   like white snow in winter. Others said they were like masses of marshmallow. It was a   47   that all the answers were denied (否定) by the teacher, for she was   48   someone could point out the sheep’s likeness to white clouds in the sky.   49  , all the kids failed to   50   the teacher’s goals.

    Judging from the   51   from the teacher that the students lacked   52  , we can certainly point out that the teacher wasn’t well   53   to teach. She did not   54   the variety (多样化) of the answers provided by the students. According to the students, they did not know why their teacher   55   no to their answers.

    I think I must be a   56   and qualified (合格的) mother. Let me show you how I try to   57   my kids. My elder son is very fond of Harry Potter. I   58   much buying him several Harry Potter costumes (服装). Now he is a high school student, who is found to be good at   59  . He founded a club and now the membership is   60   rapidly. They are very confident to stand out in the competition with their own costumes.

    Of course, I am proud of my boy.  

    41. A. refused          B. wished          C. failed            D. managed

    42. A. drawing        B. biology        C. photography   D. composition

    43. A. pictures         B. sheep            C. clouds          D. snow

    44. A. voice             B. hand             C. question       D. subject

    45. A. mind           B. life                C. eyes             D. imagination  

    46. A. fed               B. felt                C. looked         D. ran 

    47. A. fact              B. pity              C. story             D. joke

    48. A. promising      B. demanding    C. waiting          D. expecting

    49. A. Unfortunately                        B. Surprisingly   C. Undoubtedly      D. Clearly

    50. A. pass              B. reach           C. set                D. find

    51. A. lessons          B. blame                              C. hopes    D. manners

    52. A. experience    B. interest          C. confidence    D. creativity

    53. A. foolish           B. polite            C. able              D. strict

    54. A. notice            B. point            C. expose         D. catch   

    55. A. chose            B. added           C. gave             D. said

    56. A. loving           B. imaginative    C. responsible   D. beautiful

    57. A. praise            B. inspire           C. train              D. cure

    58. A. considered    B. suggested      C. spent            D. enjoyed

    59. A. designing                                B. performing   

         C. playing                                    D. communicating

    60. A. absorbing      B. spreading      C. changing       D. increasing 

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  • 难度: 使用次数:14 入库时间:2016-09-05
    来源: 湖南省衡阳市第八中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第一次月考考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Stealing? I guess we were stealing. But in our 13-year-old brains the matter of ownership 41 occurred to us. We just wanted to 42 some strawberries in Mr Jordan’s backyard. So we went 43 into his backyard.

    When we started 44 his strawberries, all of a sudden Mr Jordan came outside.

    “What are you boys doing out here?” he 45 and tried to grab one or two as my friends rushed past him, but they were too 46 for the older gentleman to seize, and all the boys except me disappeared within seconds.

    Speed was never my 47 .So I could just stand there and 48 whatever punishment would surely come my way from Mr Jordan. 

    He marched me to my house and my mother criticized me. My friends gathered to celebrate their 49 and observe my capture. They 50 me about it for days afterwards, while all I could do was complain to my father about how 51 it was.

    “I don’t think so,” Dad said. “You got the punishment you 52 .”

    “But what about other guys?” I asked.

    Dad said, “You can’t 53 what happens to other people. You can only 54 what happens to you. You picked Mr Jordan’s strawberries that night, and you were punished for it. To me, that is completely fair.”

    Then I couldn’t 55 my father’s words. 56 through the years I knew what he talked about. We didn’t come to earth with a 57 that life would treat us fairly.

    Like Dad said, the 58 thing we can actually 59 is what happens to us. How we choose to respond to what happens to us is truly the 60 by which the quality of our lives will be measured whether or not we think it happens fairly.

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

    42.A.see               B.plant               C.pick               D.water

    43.A.carelessly               B.sadly              C.secretly               D.calmly

    44.A.harvesting                B.destroying              C.treating               D.facing

    45.A.smiled               B.shouted              C.doubted               D.added

    46.A.stupid               B.quick               C.kind               D.tall

    47.A.character               B.luck               C.choice               D.strength

    48.A.deny               B.judge              C.admit               D.accept

    49.A.escape               B.unit              C.life               D.holiday

    50.A.helped               B.teased               C.blamed               D.supported

    51.A.illegal                B.impractical              C.unfair               D.unnecessary

    52.A.deserved               B.observed               C.wanted               D.imagined

    53.A.ignore               B.expect               C.conclude               D.control

    54.A.face               B.lead               C.devote               D.refuse

    55.A.mark               B.improve               C.understand              D.discuss

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

    57.A.guarantee               B.direction              C.question               D.form

    58.A.common               B.obvious               C.only               D.easy

    59.A.look at               B.deal with              C.dream of               D.take away

    60.A.standard               B.view              C.value              D.purpose

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  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2016-08-28
    来源: 河北省武邑中学2015-2016学年高二下学期暑假作业考试试题 Word版含答案之二十八.doc

    Why do young adult children become independent so much later than they did in 1970when the average age of independent living was 21? Why have reduced class sizes and increased per-pupil expenditures (花销)not  13   higher academic achievement levels? Why is the mental health of today’s kids so poor when   14   with that of children in the 1960s and before? Why do today’s  15   become defensive when told by teachers that their children have misbehaved in school?

    The answer in two words: parental   16   . Those two words best summarize the   17   between “old” child raising and new, post-1960s parenting. Then, the overall philosophy was that parents were not to be   18   involved with their kids. They were available   19   crisis, but they stood a (an)   20   distance from their kids and allowed them to experience the benefits of the trial-and-error process. It was the child’s   21  , back then, to keep his or her parents from getting involved. That was   22   children learned to be responsible and determined.

    Today’s parents help their kids with almost everything. These are parents who are   23   when it comes to an understanding of their purpose in their kidslives. Their involvement leads them to personalize everything that happens to their kids;   24  , the defensiveness. But given that schools and mental health professionals have been pushing parent involvement for nearly four decades, the confusion and defensiveness are   25   .

    University researchers analyzed three decades of data relating to parent participation in children’s academics. Their conclusions   26   what I’ve been saying since the 1980s: parental help with homework   27   a child’s academic achievement and is not reflected on standardized tests.

    Parents who manage a child’s social life interfere with the   28   of good social skills. Parents who manage a child’s after-school activities grow kids who don’t know how to   29   their own free time. Parents who get involved in their kids,   30   with peers grow kids who don’t know how to avoid much less trouble.

    These kids have anxieties and fears of all sorts and don’t want to leave their   31  . And their parents, when the time comes, don’t know how to   32   being parents. You can imagine what will become of their future.

    13. A. counted on              B. resulted in                     C. touched on                    D. taken in

    14. A. associated        B. linked                      C. compared               D. matched

    15. A. parents                    B. adolescents                   C. psychologists         D. youths

    16. A. assistance        B. protection               C. involvement            D. preference

    17. A. differences        B. similarities               C. choices                   D. relations

    18. A. slightly                     B. passively                C. highly                            D. fairly

    19. A. in case of          B. in spite of                C. in view of                D. in fear of

    20. A. equal                B. safe                        C. long                        D. short

    21 A. fault                   B. turn                         C. job                          D. attitude[

    22. A. when                 B. how                         C. why                         D. what

    23. A. confused           B. disappointed           C. amazed                  D. satisfied

    24. A. however            B. still                          C. yet                          D. thus

    25. A. unreasonable          B. changeable                   C. understandable             D. avoidable

    26. A. confirmed          B. convinced               C. realized                  D. reflected

    27. A. decides                    B. lowers                            C. helps                      D. stimulates

    28. A. appearance             B. performance           C. establishment         D. development

    29. A. value                 B. devote                           C. fill                           D. save

    30. A. communication  B. conflicts                  C. cooperation                   D. competitions

    31. A. home                B. school                            C. career                           D. profession

    32. A. start                  B. ignore                            C. consider                 D. stop

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    来源: 河北省武邑中学2015-2016学年高二下学期暑假作业考试试题 Word版含答案之十六.doc

    My kids and I were heading into the supermarket over the weekend. On the way, we spotted a man holding a piece of paper that said, “ __13__ my job. Family to Feed.”

    At this store, a __14___ like this is not normal. My 10-year-old noticed him and make a __15____ on how bad it must be to have to stand ___16___ in the cold wind.

    In the store, I asked each of my kids to __17__ something they thought our “friend” there would ___18___. They got apples, a sandwich and a bottle of juice. Then my 17-year-old suggested giving him a ___19____. I thought about it. We were ___20__ on cash ourselves, but… well, sometimes __21___ from our need instead of our abundance is ___22__ what we need to do! All the kids __23___ something they could do away with for the week.

    When we handed him the bag of __24__, he lit up and thanked us with ___25__ eyes. When I handed him the gift card, saying he could use it for _26___his family might need, he burst into tears.

    This has been a wonderful ___27__ for our family. For days the kids have been looking for others we can 28   ! Things would have played out so __29____ if I had simply said, “No, we really don’t have ___30___ to give more.” Stepping out not only helped a brother in __31___, it also gave my kids the __32____ taste of helping others. It’ll go a long way with them.

    13. A. Changed           B. Lost           C. Finished        D. Quit

    14. A. place                 B. condition       C. show             D. sight

    15. A. comment           B. suggestion      C. call              D. decision

    16. A. proudly              B. outside        C. angrily                                      D. by

    17. A. say                    B. draw          C. pick               D. arrange

    18. A. supply               B. order          C. discover        D. appreciate

    19. A. job            B. dollar          C. gift card      D. hot meal

    20. A. low           B. easy          C. loose         D. soft

    21. A. saving         B. giving         C. begging        D. spending

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

    23. A. shared         B. declared       C. expected     D. ignored

    24. A. medicine       B. toys           C. clothes        D. food

    25. A. watery         B. sleepy        C. sharp            D. curious

    26. A. whatever             B. whoever     C. whenever        D. whichever

    27. A. example              B. experience    C. adventure     D. message

    28. A. respect               B. rely on       C. help               D. learn from

    29. A. vividly                 B. suddenly     C. perfectly        D. differently

    30. A. power                 B. time        C. money              D. patience

    31. A. love                    B. fear        C. memory            D. need

    32. A. sweet                  B. strong      C. simple              D. strange

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    来源: 河北省武邑中学2015-2016学年高二下学期暑假作业考试试题 Word版含答案之十三.doc

    Many students often say that they don't have “ enough time” to do all their schoolwork.

    My  13  is often brief, “You have as much time as the president.” I usually carry on a bit about there being twenty-four hours in the day for  14  , and suggest that “not enough time” is not an  15    explanation of not getting something   16  .

       17  in graduate school, I tried to prove to one of my professors   18  saying that I was working hard. His answer to me was, “That's irrelevant.   19   is important is the  20  of your work. ” Since then I have had time to think carefully about the   21  of “ hard worker” ,and I have come to some  22  — all  relevant to the problem of how much time we have.

    If you analyze the matter, you can identify two parts of the problem: There is,   23  , the matter of “ time” , which we can think of as   24  . Then there is the problem of “work” during that time. But, as my professor suggested, it's not how hard one works  25   the quality of the product that's important.

    That led me to a new idea: the quality of the work. That   26   is perhaps best explained by a sign I once saw on the wall in someone's office: “Don't work harder. Work smarter. ”There are a lot of   27  in that idea.

    If you can't get more time, and few of us can, the only solution is to improve the quality of the work. That means thinking of   28  to get more out of the same time than we might otherwise get. That should lead us to an analysis of our working habits. Since “work” for students usually means “homework”, the expression “working” habits should be read as “   29   habits”.

    Then, as a smart student, you will   30  to improve those skills that you use in study,    31   reading and writing. If you learn to read better and write better, there are big benefits that   32  in all your studies.

    13Aquestion               Breply                      Cidea                      Dkey

    14A anything               Bsomeone               Ceveryone                     Dnobody

    15Aacceptable                   Bstrange                 Csurprising                     Ddemanding

    16Adone                            Bworked                  Cfound                    Dstarted

    17ASince                           BJust                       COnce                            DEver

    18A upon               Bin                           Con                         Dby

    19AWhat                            B That                            CWhether                DIf

    20Aquantity                Bamount                  Cquality                     Dnumber

    21Astick                      Btrick                       Cstage                           Dtrack

    22Aconstructions        Bcontributions         Cconcentrations          Dconclusions

    23Aas a result                   Bin fact                    Cof course                     Das a whole

    24Afixed                      Bdevoted                 Coccupied               Dadvanced

    25Aso                         B nor                     Cbut                  Dand

    26Adecision           Bconcept              Cexplanation          Dsolution

    27Aresults                 Bskills                   C powers                   Dsenses  

    28Aforms             Bfortune              Cways                  Dapproaches

    29Astudying          Bliving                  Cthinking               Dsleeping

    30Aseek                      Brequest                    Cinquire               Ddemand

    31Abriefly                Bchiefly                     Cactually        Doccasionally

    32Apay off             Bturn down            Cpay for               Dturn over

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    A Young Man Learns What’s  Most Important in Life

    In his busy life, Jack had little time to think about the past and little to spend with his wife and son.

    One day, his mother phoned him and told him that his old  41   , Mr. Belser, had died. She asked if Jack would attend the funeral. Jack remembered   42   some of his childhood days with his old neighbor. It had been so long since Jack had thought of him. He    43   thought Mr. Belser had died years before.

    Jack’s mother said, “He didn’t forget you. When I saw him, he’d ask   44   you were doing. He’d remember the many days you spent at his home. After your father died, Mr. Belser stepped in to make sure you had a man’s   45   in your life.”

    “He taught me carpentry(木工手艺),” Jack said. “I wouldn’t be in this business if it weren’t for him. He spent a lot of time   46   me important things. I’ll be there for the funeral.”

    Mr. Belser’s funeral was   47  .He had no children and most of his relatives had died.

    That night, after he returned home, Jack and his mom   48   the old house next door. The house was   49   as Jack remembered.

    Jack told his mom that there was a small gold box that Mr. Belser kept   50   on top of his desk. He had asked a thousand times what was inside,   51   Mr. Belser only said “The thing I value most.” It was   52  . The house was exactly how Jack remembered it, except for the box. He figured someone from the Belser   53   had taken it.

    “Now I’ll never know what was so   54   to him,” Jack said.

    Two weeks after Mr. Belser died, Jack discovered a note in his mailbox. “Signature requested on a package. Please   55   by the main post office.”

    Next day Jack collected the package. The return address   56   his attention: “Mr. Harold Belser”.

    Jack opened the package. Inside was the gold box and an envelope.

    “Upon my death, please   57   this box and its contents to Jack Bennett. It’s the thing I valued most in my life.” Jack   58   opened the box.

    Inside he found a simple pocket watch and also these words   59   to it, “Jack, thanks for your time! –Harold Belser.”

    “My god! The thing he valued most was … my time,” He couldn’t believe it.

    Immediately he called    60   his appointments for the next two days, because he needed some time to spend with his family.

    41. A friend

    B. neighbor

    C. relative

    D. classmate

    42. A working

    B. playing

    C. spending

    D. talking

    43. A honestly

    B. actively

    C. foolishly

    D. carefully

    44. A when

    B. where

    C. how

    D. why

    45. A help

    B. influence

    C. shadow

    D. attitude

    46. A giving

    B. teaching

    C. helping

    D. assisting

    47. A big

    B. wonderful

    C. small

    D. moving

    48. A came

    B. returned

    C. painted

    D. visited

    49. A possibly

    B. strangely

    C. differently

    D. completely

    50. A buried

    B. discovered

    C. locked

    D. reached

    51. A so

    B. but

    C. or

    D. when

    52. A dear

    B. gone

    C. old

    D. clear

    53. A wife

    B. son

    C. family

    D. neighbor

    54. A valuable

    B. necessary[

    C. important

    D. expensive

    55. A stop

    B. begin

    C. start

    D. hurry

    56. A gathered

    B. visited

    C. greeted

    D. caught

    57. A give

    B. improve

    C. return

    D. pay

    58. A casually

    B. sadly

    C. nervously

    D. carefully

    59. A attached

    B. writing

    C. reading

    D. printed

    60. A on

    B. at

    C. in

    D. off

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    来源: 安徽省六安一中东校区2015-2016学年高一下学期第一次月考考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

    I used to be a very self-centered personbut in the past two years I have really changed. I have started to think about other people __41__ I think about myself. I am happy that I am becoming a __42__ person.

    I think my __43__ started when I was at Palomar College. At firstI just wanted to get my __44__ and be left alone. I thought I was smarter than everyone elseso I hardly ever __45__ to anyone in my classes. By the end of my first semester(学期),I was really __46__.It seemed as if everyone but me had made friends and was having fun. So I tried a(n)__47__.I started asking people around me how they were doingand if they were having trouble I __48__ to help. That was really a big __49__ for me. By the end of the yearI had several new friendsand two of __50__ are still my best friends today.

    A bigger cause of my new __51__howevercame when I took a part­time job at Vista Nursing Home. One old lady there who had Alzheimer's disease became my __52__.Every time I came into her roomshe was so __53__ because she thought I was her daughter. Her real daughter never __54__ herso I took her place. She let me __55__ that making others feel good made me feel good too. When she diedI was __56__but I was also very grateful to her.

    I think I am a much __57__ person today than I used to beand I hope I will not __58__ these experiences. They have __59__ me to care about other people more than about myself. I __60__ who I am todayand I could not say that a few years ago.

    41.

    A. since

    B. or

    C. before

    D. unless

    42.

    A. famous

    B. simple

    C. different

    D. skilled

    43.

    A. education

    B. career

    C. tour

    D. change

    44.

    A. balance

    B. homework

    C. degree

    D. interest

    45.

    A. talked

    B. wrote

    C. lied

    D. reported

    46.

    A. careful

    B. lonely

    C. curious

    D. guilty

    47.

    A. argument

    B. game

    C. experiment

    D. defence

    48.

    A. dared

    B. offered

    C. hesitated

    D. happened

    49.

    A. dream

    B. problem

    C. duty

    D. step

    50.

    A. us

    B. which

    C. them

    D. whom

    51.

    A. attitude

    B. hobby

    C. hope

    D. luck

    52.

    A. friend

    B. partner

    C. guide

    D. guest

    53.

    A. polite

    B. happy

    C. strange

    D. confident

    54.

    A. bothered

    B. answered

    C. visited

    D. trusted

    55.

    A. explain

    B. guess

    C. declare

    D. see

    56.

    A. homeless

    B. heartbroken

    C. bad-tempered

    D. hopeless

    57.

    A. quieter

    B. busier

    C. better

    D. richer

    58.

    A. forget

    B. face

    C. improve

    D. analyze

    59.

    A. forced

    B. preferred

    C. ordered

    D. taught

    60.

    A. miss

    B. like

    C. wonder

    D. expect

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    来源: 吉林市第一中学中学2015-2016学年高二下学期期末考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Kites, Kids, and the 2 Necessities for Success

     Fall has finally arrived and nobody is more excited than those of us in Arizonal Last weekend the cooler weather rolled in with a lot of cool wind. So we celebrated by  41   kites with the kids.   42  the kites soared higher and higher, my oldest son had a great   43  .

     " Let's  cut  the string and watch it  fly away ! " I tried to 44__to him that it might not work the way he was hoping but he was  45  that we needed to cut the string.

      46 an opportunity to teach a life lesson, I  47  .We cut the rope and to my son’s sadness, the kite  48   drifted straight down to the ground.

     When I turned around, my son had a look of  49  0n his face.

     “ What happened ! !" he said.

     On our way back to the house, l explained to him that  50  need two important things to fly: the string, and the wind. When we talk about success in life, we often talk about dreaming  51  and then going after those dreams. While that is   52   ,you will only be able to achieve those dreams if you are disciplined and   53   the natural laws of success. While discipline will get you  54  the ground , the wind is what will make you soar. What is the wind? The wind represents hardship and criticism(批评).   55  sends us them to test our strength of our determination and our   56   for our dreams. The wind will blow you over or lift you higher,   57  0n what you are made of.

    As you chase your dreams, don't forget to  58  yourself with the string of self-discipline and then turn your face into the wind and let it carry you to new  59  . The only two things you can  60  are your attitude and your effort.

    41. A. making                 B. flying               C. striking        D. decorating

    42. A. While                   B. As                 C. Though        D. Since

    43. A. memory                      B. sight                C. heart                D. idea

    44. A. explain                 B. appeal             C. apologize      D. show

    45. A. confident                     B. aware              C. stubborn      D. afraid

    46. A. Missing                       B. Seeing              C. Offering       D. Choosing

    47. A. wondered                     B. hesitated            C. sighed               D. agreed

    48. A. slowly                        B. magically            C. strangely             D. constantly

    49. A. excitement                    B. puzzlement           C. fear                 D. expectation

    50. A. birds                  B. clouds               C. kites         D. leaves

    51. A. distant                        B. realistic             C. sweet               D. big

    52. A. correct                       B. active               C. believable            D. ambitious

    53. A. study                         B. follow               C. confirm        D. make

    54. A. on                     B. above              C. off                  D. from

    55. A. IJife                         B. Wind                       C. Discipline     D. Fate

    56. A. search                        B. gift                  C. plan          D. passion

    57. A. insisting                B. focusing          C. carrying      D. depending

    58. A. limit                   B. present              C. guide         D. behave

    59. A. places                        B. scenes                      C heights               D. bases

    60. A. possess                       B. control               C. appreciate            D. gain

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    来源: 吉林市第一中学中学2015-2016学年高二下学期期末考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Do you know what kind of things the young people are reading? More and more   1   and parents have noticed another kind of __ , which came from the printed papers   __3___ on the streets.

         These printed things   4  newspapers but have hardly   5   to do with them, you can only find reading materials badly made up there--- some are too strange for anyone to__6 _ ; others are____7  stories of something___However, many of the young readers are getting interested in such___9   reading, which___10   them what they should pay for their breakfast and brings them nightmares and___11   ideas in return. Homework was left___12  daily games lost

      These sellers shout on streets selling their papers wellThe writerspublishers and printers,

    _13  they arewe never know are  14  their silent money The sheep-skinned wolfs story seems to have been forgotten once againWhy not  15   this kind of things? Yes  16  the teachers and parents have asked each other for more strict control of the young readers_17  the more you want to forbid it__18  they want to have a look at it. __19  you may even find out several childrendriven by the curious natures__20  one patched paper which has traveled from hand to hand

    1. Areaders              Bwriters              Cteachers          Dstudents

    2. Aresult             Beffect             Ceducation         Dpollution

    3. Afound            Bsold               Cgiven            Dshown

    4. Aappear            Bseem as           Clook like         Dare

    5. Anothing            Banything           Csomething        Deverything

    6. Aget           Bfind                Cbelieve             Dknow

    7. Apuzzling      Bpleased           Cworried          Dfrightening

    8. Atoo bad       Bstill worse         Ceven better          Dvery good

    9. Apoisonous     Bwonderful        Cinteresting             Duseless

    10. Atakes        Buses             Ccosts                Dpays

    11. Aordinary      Bimmoral(邪恶的)  Cvaluable                    Dunpunished

    12. Aundone       Bunknown        Cmuch                       Dless

    13. Awho         Bwhat            Cwhoever                    Dwhich

    14. Ausing        Bmaking          Cspending              Dlosing

    15. Aallow        Bforbid           Cseparate                     D1eave

    16. Aneither       Bsome            Cmost                       Dboth

    17.AHappily      BLuckily             CUnfortunately      DBadly

    18. Athe less       BSo that           Cthe more          Das though

    19. ASeldom      B. Always             CSometimes        DHardly

    20. Afind         Bshare               Cget               Dhold

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    来源: 山西大学附属中学2015-2016学年高一3月模块考试试卷 试题及答案解析word版.doc

     “What r u doing? I'm waiting 4 u” It is a _18__ thing to see teenagers tapping away on their mobile phones. But parents and teachers are  19_ that a “lost generation” may grow up with great technology skills, but be unable to  __20__.

    The Qilu Evening News, in Shandong Province, has reported that parents of primary school students are facing a huge   __21__  in getting their children to improve their handwriting. Schools have set  _22_   special handwriting classes for pupils.  In a(n) _23_  of text messages, 24 computer games and Microsoft World, is it any   _25_   that teens view handwriting as old­fashioned as tying your feet with a long strip of cloth?

    I learnt to write_ 26_ I was five years old. Armed with a big pencil, I __27__  to make sense of the alphabet.  Being able to __28__  through writing proves that we have the ability for thinking intelligently, __29__ us from animals.

    Okay, so most teenagers will not be able to write in a few years.  What's the big   __30__

    Well, using a keyboard all the time may be affecting the shape of your hands. A new study __31__recently in Shandong  __32__ the under 25s has shown that thumbs are taking over from  other fingers as the hand's most flexible and strong fingers.

    The Chinese   __33_   view handwriting as an indication of a person's   __34_. Calligraphy(书法) has __35_   been an important part of Chinese culture, but today its future is   __36_.  Before we lose our skills altogether,   _37_   that a letter written by hand is worth a thousand times more than a quick email.

    18A. simple             B. common                C. foolish                         D. special

    19A. shocked           B. disappointed         C. ashamed                D. worried

    20A. speak            B. read                 C. write                 D. listen

    21A. hardship      B. challenge              C. project                      D. task

    22A. in             B. out                      C. up                     D. down

    23A. period        B. world                C. time               D. age(时代)

    24A. emails        B. telephones           C. videos                 D. radios

    25A. reason        B. wonder             C. fun                   D. chance

    26A. when         B. until                 C. since                D. while

    27A. realized      B. wanted                C. struggled                    D. continued

    28A. think     B. communicate        C. feel                  D. tap

    29A. dividing         B. lifting               C. separating         D. freeing

    30A. fear         B. benefit                 C. advantage          D. deal

    31A. picked out    B. found out        C. worked out         D. carried out

    32A. on          B. to                     C. for                      D. by

    33A. normally     B. traditionally       C. officially             D. proudly

    34A. skill         B. deed           C. hobby            D. character

    35A. always       B. still                  C. sometimes         D. even

    36A. bright               B. Amazing                 C. uncertain                       D. different

    37A. remember         B.enjoy                       C. choose                   D. learn

     

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    I grew up in a tiny Baltimore row house in a faraway mountain area. My parents  41  the necessities of life  42 they couldn’t give much more. If I asked my father  43  a pair of jeans, he would say, “If you want them, make the money and buy them  44  From age 12 on , I did part-time jobs after school.

    When I__46__from high school, I joined the navy. Soon I was in a boot camp(新兵训练营)at Parris Island, S. C., where I learned that life in the navy centered around completing daily  __47__ . These could be anything from cleaning the camp to conducting mock(模拟的)battles. Completing these tasks successfully__48__ discipline, team-work and responsibility. It didn't__49__whether you were black, white or Asian; everyone worked together for the__50__of the company.

     I went__51__to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy and later became an officer in the navy. The part of my job I__52__most was the consultation(咨询) meeting I__53__with the family members of the men and women in my__54__,trying to help them deal with the long periods of__55__. These proved popular and word of them spread.__56__I was being asked to give encouraging__57__to business groups, educators and kids across the country.

     But I consider the boot camp my first real __58__, and my life is still guided by the __59___ lessons I learned there. It taught me discipline, friendship and the pride related to setting a task every day and working hard to __60__it.

    41. A. provided             B. got                  C. made             D. bought

    42. A. while                    B. but                  C. so               D. or

    43. A. about                B. with                 C. for                  D. of

    44. A. themselves           B. ourselves        C. yourself             D. myself

    45. A. pay                      B. find                 C. produce              D. afford

    46. A. came                     B. returned             C. escaped              D. graduated

    47. A. drills                   B. tasks            C. exercises            D. reports

    48. A. included                 B. asked            C. required             D. met

    49. A. matter               B. mean             C. exist            D. work

    50. A. good                     B. boss                 C. rest             D. right

    51. A. out                      B. on                   C. away             D. off

    52. A. took                     B. hated            C. enjoyed              D. did

    53. A. ended                B. began            C. continued        D. held

    54. A. charge                   B. situation            C. position             D. choice

    55. A. lessons                  B. meetings             C. training             D. separation

    56. A. Long before              B. Before long          C. As usual         D. Once again

    57. A. performances             B. descriptions         C. speeches             D. gifts

    58. A. vacation                 B. place            C. job                  D. travel

    59. A. important                B. bitter           C. normal           D. difficult

    60. A. gain                     B. achieve              C. show             D. match

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    Once, a professor held a test on his students. The professor started with the following question, “Now,  41  you are going to cut trees on a hill. One of the trees has a big   42  while the other’s small. Which will you cut?” The question got a quick  43  , “Of course the big one! No need to  44  .”

    The professor  45  , “The big tree is a poplar(白杨)  46  seen everywhere, while the small one is a Korean pine. Consider again?” A second  47  brought students more sense: a Korean pine is much more  48  than the poplar, so they changed their decision. “  49   we’ll cut the pine. The poplar isn’t worth our  50  .”  Smile still  51  on the professor’s face. “But the pine’s trunk is less  52  than the poplar.” Rather puzzled, they became  53  , then said, “While, we’ll cut the poplar.” The professor gave more detail. “  54  the poplar is straight, the trunk became empty within. Then what’s your choice?”

    Finally one of the students lost his  55  and said, “Professor, you have asked a series of questions leading us to change our answers  56  .What do you want to  57  after all?”

    The professor’s smile  58  . He said,  “Why none of you ask me for what purpose to cut the tree? Though my questions  59  all the way, they are decided by one thing: your        60  to take the action. If it aims at making handicraft articles you may cut the pine; if you just want to have some firewood, you’d better cut the poplar.”

    41. A. decide       B. believe        C. suppose      D. communicate

    42. A. trunk        B. leaves         C. root         D. branch

    43. A. show        B. reply          C. choice       D. notice

    44. A. intend         B. worry          C. mind       D. consider

    45. A. smiled       B. upset          C. ignored      D. asked

    46. A. especially     B. commonly      C. hardly      D. completely

    47. A. benefit       B. design          C. thought     D. time

    48. A. valuable      B. enjoyable       C. suitable      D. reasonable

    49. A. Frequently    B. Particularly      C. Extremely    D. Naturally

    50. A. performance   B. effort          C. concern      D. advantage

    51. A. received      B. arranged        C. informed     D. remained

    52. A. straight       B. twisted         C. smart        D. energetic

    53. A. excited       B. terrified         C. hesitated     D. disappointed

    54. A. Whether      B. Though         C. Because      D. However

    55. A. memory       B. temper         C. patience      D. way

    56. A. frequently     B. generally        C. slowly       D. suddenly

    57. A. search        B. refuse           C. test         D. accept

    58. A. offered       B. disappeared      C. broke        D. recognized

    59. A. promise       B. share           C. declare       D. vary

    60. A. reflection      B. explanation      C. contribution   D. motivation

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    Soon it would be the holidays, but before that, there were year exams. All the 41 ___ had been working hard for some time, reviewing their lessons for the exams. If they didn’t 42 _____, they would have to retake them (补考)in September. There were usually a few who 43 ___, but Jane didn’t want to be one of them. She had worked hard all year, 44____ just before the exams she was working so hard that her sister Barbara was 45 _____ about her. She went to bed too 46 _____. The night before the first exam, Barbara 47 ____ that she have an early night and take a 48 ____ pill. She promised to wake 49 _____ up in the morning.
        As she was falling asleep, Jane was afraid that she might oversleep. Her 50 _____ kept jumping from subject to subject. At last, with the help of 51 ____, she went to sleep. In no time at all, she was sitting in the examination hall, looking at the examination 52 ___, but she couldn’t answer any of the questions. 53 _____ around her was writing pages and pages. 54 _____ she thought hard, she couldn’t find anything to write 55 _____. She kept looking at her 56 __. Time was running out. There was only an hour to go. She started one question, wrote two sentences, 57__ and tried another one. With only half an hour left she wrote another two sentences. By this time she was so worried that she started 58  . Her whole body shook. It shook so much that she 59 ____ up. She was still in bed and it had all been a 60 _____ dream. A minute later, Barbara called her name.

    41. A. teachers        B. schools           C. classmates        D. students
    42. A. prepare         B. pass               C. join                D. miss
    43. A. succeeded      B. failed              C. ended              D. called
    44. A. and             B. so                   C. but                 D. because
    45. A. excited          B. frightened         C. worried          D. pleased
    46. A. early             B. heavily             C. late              D. eagerly
    47. A. ordered         B. hoped              C. insisted           D. wished
    48. A. sleeping         B. resting             C. exciting          D. breathing
    49. A. him              B. her                  C. them              D. herself
    50. A. hand             B. mind                C. eye                D. body
    51. A. her sister      B. her parents         C. the lessons       D. the medicine
    52. A. result            B. marks               C. desk               D. paper
    53. A. The teacher    B. The students       C. No one            D. Everyone
    54. A. If                 B. How              C. So                  D. Though
    55. A. with             B. about               C. on                  D. to
    56. A. watch           B. textbook           C. sister               D. subject
    57. A. gave up         B. put off              C. look around      D. think over
    58. A. examining      B. leaving             C. copying           D. crying
    59. A. raised            B. woke               C. stood              D. cheered
    60. A. terrible           B. wonderful          C. nice             D. special

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    Parents feel that it is difficult to live with teenagers. Then again, teenagers have  50  feelings about their parents, saying that it is not easy living with them. According to a recent research, the most common    51    between parents and teenagers is that regarding untidiness and daily routine tasks. On the one hand, parents go mad over    52    rooms, clothes thrown on the floor and their children’s refusal to help with the   53   . On the other hand, teenagers lose their patience continually when parents blame them for    54   the towel in the bathroom, not cleaning up their room or refusing to do the shopping at the supermarket.

    The research, conducted by St. George University, shows that different parents have different     55    to these problems. However, some approaches are more    56    than others. For example, those parents who yell at their children for their untidiness, but    57    clean the room for them have fewer chances of changing their children’s    58   . On the contrary, those who let teenagers experience the    59    of their actions can do better. For example, when teenagers who don’t help their parents with the shopping don’t find their favorite drink in the refrigerator, they are forced to    60    their actions.

    Experts say that   61   is the most important thing in parent-child relationships. Parents should   62  to their children but at the same time they should lend an ear to what they have to say. Parents may   63   their children when they are untidy but they should also understand that their room is their own private space. Communication is a two-way process. It is only by listening to and   64   each other that problems between parents and children can be settled.

    50. A. natural                     B. strong                            C. guilty                      D. similar

    51. A. interest                    B. argument              C. link                         D. knowledge

    52. A. noisy                 B. crowded                  C. messy                            D. locked

    53. A. homework         B. housework                     C. problem                 D. research

    54. A. washing           B. using                             C. dropping                D. replacing

    55. A. approaches           B. contributions          C. introductions          D. attitudes

    56. A. complex           B. popular                  C. scientific                D. successful

    57. A. later                 B. deliberately            C. seldom                   D. thoroughly

    58. A. behavior          B. taste                             C. future                     D. nature

    59. A. failures             B. changes                 C. consequences              D. thrills

    60. A. defend                   B. delay                          C. repeat                    D. reconsider

    61. A. communication        B. bond                             C. friendship                     D. trust

    62. A. reply            B. attend                    C. attach                    D. talk

    63. A. hate                 B. scold                          C. frighten                  D. stop

    64. A. loving                     B. observing                   C. understanding              D. praising

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    People think children should play sports. Sports are fun, and children keep healthy while playing with others. However, playing sports can have   39   effects on children. It may produce feelings of poor self-respect or aggressive behavior in some children. According to research on kids and sports,40,000,000 kids play sports in the US. Of these,18,000,000 say they have been   40   at or called names while playing sports. This leaves many children with a bad   41   of sports. They think sports are just too aggressive.

    Many researchers believe adults, especially parents and coaches, are the main   42   of too much aggression in children’s sports. They believe children   43   aggressive adult behavior. This behavior is then further strengthened through both positive and negative feedback. Parents and coaches are powerful teachers because children usually look up to them. Often these adults behave aggressively themselves, sending children the message that   44   is everything. Many parents go to children’s sporting events and shout   45   at other players or cheer when their child behaves   46  .As well, children are even taught that hurting other players is   47   or are pushed to continue playing even when they are injured.  48   , the media makes violence seem exciting. Children watch adult sports games and see violent behavior replayed over and over on television.

    We really need to   49   this problem and do something about it. Parents and coaches   50   should act as better examples for children. They also need to teach children better   51   . They should not just cheer when children win or act aggressively. They should teach children to   52   themselves whether they win or not. Besides, children should not be allowed to continue to play when they are injured. If adults allow children to play when injured, this gives the message that   53   is not as important as winning.

    39. A. restrictive            B. negative                 C. active                 D. instructive

    40. A. knocked              B. glanced                 C. smiled                D. shouted

    41. A. impression          B. concept                 C. taste                     D. expectation

    42. A. resource             B. cause                    C. course                      D. consequence

    43. A. question              B. understand          C. copy                     D. neglect

    44. A. winning                     B. practising           C. fun                       D. sport

    45. A. praises                B. tricks                 C. remarks                D. insults

    46. A. proudly               B. ambitiously         C. aggressively           D. bravely

    47. A. acceptable           B. impolite                 C. possible                 D. accessible

    48. A. By contrast         B. In addition          C. As a result          D. After all

    49. A. look up to           B. face up to           C. make up for               D. come up with

    50. A. in particular         B. in all                   C. in return                D. in advance

    51. A. techniques           B. means                   C. values                D. directions

    52. A. respect               B. relax                     C. forgive                  D. enjoy

    53. A. body                   B. fame                     C. health                 D. spirit

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