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0704

When I was young, I was very embarrassed to be seen with my father. He was disabled and very short,

and he _1_ with great difficulties. When we walked together, with his hand on my arm for balance, people would _2_. I would be nervous about the unwanted_3_.

It was_4_ for us to walk in step, and because of that, we didn’t say much as we went_5_. But as we started out, he always said, ―You set your pace. I will try to follow you.‖

Our usual walk was to or from the subway, which was how he got to work. He never missed a day, and would _6_ it to the office even if others could not .

He _7_ talked about himself as an unhappy man, nor did he show any envy of the more fortunate or able. What he _8_ in others was a ―good heart,‖ _9_ if he found one, the owner was good enough for him.

He has been gone many years now. I wonder if he felt I didn’t _10_ to be seen with him during our walks. If he did , I am sorry I never told him how _11_ I was. I think of him when I complain about life, when I envy another’s good fortune ,and when I don’t have a ―good heart‖.

At such time I put my hand on his arm to get back my _12_, and say, ―You set your pace. I will try to follow you.‖

1. A. walked B. spoke C. played D. studied

2. A. listen B. look C. talk D. stand

3. A. invitation B. information C. expression D. attention

4. A. possible B. important C. difficult D. necessary

5. A. along B. away C. alone D. around

6. A. try B. get C. make D. keep

7. A. only B. never C. once D. also

8. A. thought of B. learned about C. depended on D. looked for

9. A. and B. but C. now D. then

10. A. care B. enjoy C. hate D. like

11. A. proud B. nervous C. sorry D. sad

12. A. luck B. balance C. chance

D. purpose

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0805

" You can always see a beautiful sky at the top of the mountain, but you can't see it before you reach the top."

Whenever the sun dropped and the blue sky come up, my father and I used to climb the mountain near my house. Walking together , my father and i used to have a lot of ___33__ through which I learned lessons from his experience. This is has largely ___34___ my life. Without the mountain-climbing that we both enjoyed, we couldn't have had enough time to spend together because my father was very __35___ . I believe the mountain-climbing is good for us. It gave me time to talk with my father and to be in deep contemplation as well as develop my patience. I __36__ climbing mountains, to get away from the __37__ and pollution of th city, and I could breathe the fresh air..

One time we climbed a very high mountain. It was so challenging for me because I was only ten years old. During the first few hours of climbing, I __38___ the fresh air, the bird's singing, and the beautiful ___39___ of nature; but as time passed, I wanted to __40___ climbing. Actually, I __41___ it at that moment, but my father said to me, " spring is a season when everything comes to life again. The mountain and the fields where we are standing are embroidered with(被装饰) flowers and trees. You can always see a beautiful sky at the top of the mountain. Only there at the top can you __42___ all of those things, just like in life."

At that time, I was too ___43___ to understand his thoughts, but after that, I got new hope and confidence. Finally, I found myself standing at the top of the mountain. And there I could see the whole of my sky, which was as __44__ as crystal(水晶)。

33. A, conversations B, discussion C, explanations D, arguments

34. A, instructed B, happened C, encouraged D, influenced

35. A, busy B, strange C, special D, lazy

36. A, wished B, loved C, disliked D, supported

37. A, noise B, brightness C, business D, coldness

38. A, smelled B, felt C, touched D, enjoyed

39. A, drawing B, dances C, scenes D, waving

40. A, continue B, stop C, keep D, try

41. A, wanted B, enjoyed C, hated D, lost

42. A, know B, watch C, find D, look

43. A, foolish B, proud C, old D, young

44. A, clean B, clear C, light D, tidy

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0809

It was a cold morning, and Eduardo Ortega received a large envelope.In it was his dream .But

he was too nervous to ___1___ it .

He put the envelope into his __2__and caught the school bus .

Eduardo arrived at __3__, walked past his classmates and sat down in the school library , He took a deep breath ,drew the envelope out of his pocket and carefully opened it .As he read the words, ―Congratulations?__4__ have been accepted,”he was already in tears.

He remembered the long hours working in the fields ,picking strawberries and beans .During those years ,Eduardo was much more than a child __5__.After work every day ,his tired friends drank coffee or slept.Eduardo went to the evening school . he studied, read , and wrote poems and short stories . Although he __6__some classes , he became the best student .

When he was thirteen , Eduardo ___7__one of his dreams –to fly on an air plane for the first time . He wrote a poem that won a prize---a trip to San Francisco . As he flew , he promised himself to become a pilot. He loved to __8__.

Even though Eduardo worked to help his family , his father __9__encouraged him to go to school . So , while he worked, he also studied , Many days , he thought it was __10__, too tired to read his books , But his father just smiled and told him he could ___11__it .

So . now . Eduardo knew his dream of becoming a pilot was not __12__. He knew that it was his father’s dream , too. He would soon become a pilot , flying every day to all the exciting areas in the world .

1. A open B know C answer D write

2. A car B mailbox C desk D pocket

3. A home B school C the airport D the post office

4. A I B we C you D they

5. A worker B writer C waiter D pilot

6. A watched B missed C took D left

7. A wanted B found C realized D thought

8. Afly B dream C study D work

9. A also B still C sometimes D always

10. A careless B hopeless C uninteresting D unimportant

11.A take B stop C make D work

12. A planned B needed C done

D lose

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0814

Mike was a young college student , but he thought he went to a wrong college , and every day

he stayed away from school and drank a lot instead of __1__ .So he was becoming more demoralized(消沉,泄气). But he was never __2__from Professor Yang’s classes about medical plants , He liked the __3__. Besides .Yang’s classes were so interesting that he always listened __4__regardless of (不管) other students paying attention or not in class.

Once he put a note in the homework he handed in , saying ―Professor, it is said that today’s __5__are cheaper than potatoes . Do you agree? ”Mike didn’t know __6__he took the action . It might be considered to his trust to the professor or to his effort to free from his depression(抑郁) and try to find __7__out.

That day professor Yang sent for him after class. When he came , he found the professor at the table on which were four dished and one soup . They drank heartily over the dishes .When they became half drunk , the professor __8__a small potato that was sprouting(发芽) and said to the young man ―Do you know how much it costs? It’s small and not fresh .Besides, it is poisonous (有毒的) . __9__will take it even if it’s given without any money.‖ He __10__it into the rubbish bin .The professor then showed him another potato that must weigh more than 500g, ―This potato is not only large and fresh but also free of pollution .It costs 12 Yuan each kilogram.‖The young man was __11__by what he had heard .The professor put the big potato into his hand and said ,―__12__such a potato .Don’t forget there are potatoes and potatoes!‖

1. A studying B eating C speaking D sleeping

2. A far B different C absent D free

3. A class B subject C lesson D course

4. A carefully B quietly C slowly D clearly

5. A professors B colleges C students D schools

6. A why B how C where D when

7. A an idea B a way C an answer D a chance

8. A found B made C excited D produced

9. A Somebody B Nobody C Anybody D Everybody

10. A dropped B placed C threw D put

11 A worried B moved C excited D amazed

12. A Get B Have C Remember D Be

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0817

It was a cold morning, and Eduardo Ortega received a large envelope.In it was his dream .But he was too nervous to ___1___ it .

He put the envelope into his __2__and caught the school bus .

Eduardo arrived at __3__, walked past his classmates and sat down in the school library , He took a deep breath ,drew the envelope out of his pocket and carefully opened it .As he read the words, ―Congratulations?__4__ have been accepted,”he was already in tears.

He temembered the long hours working in the fields ,picking strawberries and beans .During those years ,Eduardo wasmuch more than a child __5__.After work every day ,his tired friends drank coffee or slept.Eduardo went to the evening school . he studied, read , and wrote poems and short stories . Although he __6__some classes , he became the best student .

When he was thirteen , Eduardo ___7__one of his dreams –to fly on an air plane for the the first time . He wrote a poem that won a prize---a trip to San Francisco . As he flew , he promised himself to become a pilot. He loved to __8__.

Even though Eduardo worked to help his family , his father __9__encouraged him to go to school . So , while he worked, he also studied , Many days , he thought it was __10__, too tired to read his books , But his father juat smiled and told him he could ___11__it .

So . now . Eduardo knew his dream of becoming a pilot was not __12__. He knew that it was his father‖s dream , too.Hewould soon become apilot , flying every day to all the exciting areas in the world .

1. A open B know C answer D write

2. A car B mailbox C edsk D pocket

3. A home B school C the airport D the post office

4. A I B we C you D they

5. A worker B writer C waiter D pilot

6. A watched B missed C took D left

7. A wanted B found C realized D thought

8. Afly B dream C study D work

9. A also B still C sometimes D always

10. A careless B hopeless C uninteresring D unimportant

11.A take B stop C make D work

12. A planned B needed C done

D lose

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0818

I was living in New York when my father called , He was working in the city and suggested we

meet for dinner . But nore pleasing and surpring to me was the way we had the dinner . For this time he didn’t spend the whoke time giving advice I didn’t __1__.He talked with me.

I walked him to the bus station . While we were waiting , he stood against the wall . My father had __2__been a strong and heavy man . Now I saw how thin and weak he was . He then told me something that surprised me. He said he still __3__, inside his head , like a young man , and couldn’t believe he’d passed sixty .

―You don’t know , at your age , how fast time goes ,‖ he said , ―If I never really talked with you boys a much as I’d have liked to ,it was because there was so little time and so much I had to teach you . I just didn’t want you to make all the mistakes I had made , I wanted to__4__you from some of the troubles I had .

I wanted to say ,‖Thank you , Dad, for telling me that .‖I knew at last I was a __5__to my father .We could talk with each other . But I was too ___6__by the evening to say jow I was feeling .

It was the last __7__we ever had .

I was in Florida on a business trip when I __8__home . Dad had a stroke (中风) last night , after coming home from work . He’d always said he wanted to work tikk theday he died . He got his wish . My wish , for another talk with my father ,woukd go unfulfilled .

I now know things I didn’t know __9__my father was alive . Time does go teally fast . There is so much to teach my boy and so little time : I’ve __10__him vhange from baby to child to boy in less time certainly than I took . I know the temptation (引诱) always to be telling him things, the things he’ll__11 to survive , to be a good person .

But I remember my father’s final lesson .My boy will learn by what I am and what I do far more than by what I tell him .

Whlen Eric , aged eight , says , ―Dad , can we talk ?‖ I __12__ my book and say , ―Sure .‖I think for a second he wants my advice about something , but then I remember .He doesn’t want advice . He just wants to talk .

1. A want B follow C understand D know

2. A once B just C often D sometimes

3. A thought B looked C wished D felt

4.A avoid B save C help D pull

5. A man B boy C son D friend

6. A nervous B excited C thankful D frightened

7.A chance B word C conversation D dinner

8. A arrived B went C called D missed

9.A when B what C though D because

10.A noticed B seen C made D watched

11 .A have B need C get D try

12.A look at B hold up C put down D take out

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0822

Mike was a young college student , but he thought he went to a wrong college , and every day he

stayed away from school and drank a lot instead of __1__ .So he was becoming more demoralized(消沉,泄气). But he was never __2__from Professor Yang’s classes about medical plants , He lide the __3__. Besieds .Y ang’s classes were so interesting that he always listened __4__regardless of (不管) other students paying attendon or not in class.

Once he put a note in the homework he handed in , saying ―Professor,it is said that today’s __5__are cheaper than potatoes . Do you agree? ”Mike didn’t know __6__he took the action . It might be considered to his trust to the professor or to his effort to free from his depression(抑郁) and try to find __7__out.

That day prosessor Yang sent for him after class. When he came , he found the professor at the table on which were four dished and one soup . They drank heartily over the dishes .When they became half drunk , the professor __8__a small potato that was sprouting(发芽) and said to the young man ―Do you know how much it costs? It’s small and not fresh .Besides, it is poisonous (有毒的) . __9__will take it even if it’s given without any money.‖ He __10__it into the rubbish bin .The professor then showed him another potato that must weigh more than 500g, ―This potato is not only latge and fresh but also free of pollution .It costs 12 yuan each kilogram.‖The young man was __11__by what he had heard .The professor put the big potato into his hand and said ,―__12__such a potato .Don’t forget there are potatoes and potatoes!‖

1. A studying B eating C speaking D sleeping

2. A far B different C absent D free

3. A class B subject C lesson D course

4. A carefully B quietly C slowly D clearly

5. A professors B colleges C students D schools

6. A why B how C where D when

7. A an idea B a way C an answer D a chance

8. A found B made C excited D produced

9. A Somebody B Nobady C Anybody D Everybody

10. A dropped B placed C threw D put

11 A worried B moved C excited D amazed

12. A Get B Have C Remember D Be

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0830

Laura lived in a small village near the sea. One day she decided to go __33__ in the sea. She know that the sea near the __34__ had a strong tide(浪), but she was a good swimmer, so she wasn’t __35__. Laura left her friends lying on the sands(沙滩)and run into the sea. She swam quite far out from the beach(海滩)and waved (招手)to her friends. After a short while she decided to swim __36__. She tried her best, but she couldn’t get any closer to the beach. The tide kept __37__ her back. She waved her arms in the air to let her friends know that she was __38__, but they just waved back, for they didn’t know what she __39__. After a long time, Laura became very __40__ and she couldn’t swim any more. Her legs __41__ and she lost hope. Suddenly, her foot touched __42__! All the time she had been swimming in a place where the water wasn’t deep! When at last she went back to the beach, one of her friends asked, ―did you __43__ your swim?‖ ―yes, it was lovely,‖ she answered. She never told them what __44__.

33. A for a swim B in a swim C a swim D swim

34. A town B city C village D country

35. A lonely B surprised C interested D afraid

36. A up B back C down D on

37. A pulling B pushing C throwing D putting

38. A in trouble B happy C out of trouble D in the water

39. A found B meant C said D saw

40. A hungry B sleepy C thirsty D tired

41. A came up B went down C were broken D moved on

42. A a tide B the sand C a fish D one of her friends

43. A enjoy B remember C drop D forget

44. A has really happened B had really happened

C is happening D was really happening

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0835 护膝) when you play basketball, it is a good idea to find ways to protect

your eyes from harm. So what are the ways?

Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from ultraviolet rays (紫外线the sun. UV light can cause long-term damage to the inner eyes. Sunglasses keep harmful UV light away.

Use glasses when you ski, swim or work in the science lab. It only a second for something to hit an unprotected eye. 烟火) that could harm your eyes.

. This will make your eyes tired. Most people blink (眨眼) about 10 times per minute to give their eyes short rest. your Harry Potter and look also are important. They help your eyes to relax.

(滴眼液) with anyone. Don't touch the tip of a bottle of eye drops with your hands or your eyes. That can pass on germs (细菌) .

If you wear glasses, never put them in your mouth to them. Germs in your mouth can your eyes. Remember: always follow your doctor’s advice。

1. A.wear B.wearing C.on D.putting on

2. A.well B.good C.better D.best

3. A.under B.in C.through D.by

4. A.takes B.spends C.costs. D.pays

5. A.Go near B.Get closer to

C.Stay away from D.keep away

6. A.for a short time B.for long

C.long before D.for a long

7. A.pick up B.put down C.turn back D.get on

8. A.a little B.little C.few D.a few

9. A. Eye exercises B.Doing eye exercise

C.Resting D.Rest

10. A.throw B.fall down C.use D.share

11. A.wet B.dry C.paint D.get

12. A.happen B.go across C.cross

D.psss on

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0836

I read a love story today, which touched me a lot. Here is the story: New Year was__1__. One day John came home and told his __2__ that he would like to send a New Year’s present to everybody in his class. He was a shy and __3__ boy who had few friends in his class. Every time when class was over and his classmates walked home from school, he was always __4__ them. They laughed and talked to each other. But John was __5__ included. Mother knew that, but she still went along with him to buy the glue for the gifts. For three days, night after night, John made 15 presents.

When the day came, John was very excited. He _6__ put the presents in a bag, and ran out of the door. When he reached his school and took __7__ those presents, the class were all surprised. Although he got _8__ presents at all, he had the best time, together with his classmates. When he got back home, his mother saw him _9___ with joy and his arms empty. There was no gift for her son at all. She knew that her son failed again. She thought he would burst into _10__ . ___11__ she was wrong. John said to his mother, ―Not one. I didn't forget one. Not a single one ! Everyone had my present today.‖ I was _12__ to tears by his selfless love. One could get more happiness to give love than to take love, I thought.

1. A.come B.coming C.comes D.came

2. A.father B.sister C.teacher D.mother

3. A.outgoing B.quiet C.active D.ugly

4. A.after B.beside C.next to D.behind

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

6. A.carefully B.careful C.care D.carelessly

7. A.up B. out C.off D.in

8. A.some B.any C.no D.a few

9. A.jumping B.jumps C.to jump D.jumped

10. A.cries B.tears C.hands D.sad

11. A. And B.As C.But D.Though

12. A.moved B.moving C.told

D.telling

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0901

Christmas is for giving and sharing, for getting together with family and friends. But mostly it’s for love. I had not believed this until a student, who was called Mark, gave me a wonderful gift one Christmas. Mark was an 11-year-old orphan(孤儿) who lived with his aunt, a middle aged woman greatly annoyed(使烦恼) with the burden(负担) of for her dead sister’s son.

I had not Mark especially until he began staying after class each day to help me tidy up the room. We did this quietly, not speaking much, but enjoying the time of the day. When we did talk, Mark spoke mostly of his who had always spent much time with him before she passed away. Christmas came near, however, Mark failed to stay after school each day. I him one afternoon and asked why he no longer helped me in the room. ―I was making you a ,‖ he said confidently(有信心地) in a low voice. ―It’s for Christmas.‖ With that, he left the room in a hurry. He didn’t stay after school any more after that. Finally the last school day before Christmas. Mark walked slowly into the room late that afternoon. ―I have a present,‖ he said. ―I hope you like it.‖ He held out his hand, and in it was a tiny wooden box. ―It’s beautiful, Mark. What’s in it?‖ I asked, opening the top to look ―Oh, you can’t see it,‖ he replied, ―and you can’t touch it, or taste it or feel it, but mother always said it makes you feel good all the time, warm on cold nights, and safe when you’re ‖

I looked into the box. ―What is it, Mark,‖ I asked, ―that will make me feel so good? It’s ,‖ he said softly, ―and mother always said it’s best when you give it away.‖ And he turned and quietly left the room.

So now I the small box on the piano in my living room. Yes, Christmas is for joy, songs and nice gifts, but mostly, for love. 35.A.asking 36.A.seen 37.A.mother 38.A.If 39.A.caught 40.A.secret 41.A.went 42.A.up 43.A.alone 44.A.tiny 45.A.love 46.A.leave

B.waiting B.known B.teacher B.As B.called B.wish B.returned B.inside B.tired B.empty B.time B.place

C.caring C.found C.aunt C.Because C.took C.surprise C.came C.down C.sad C.strange C.life C.put

D.looking D.noticed D.friend D.Though D.stopped D.wonder D.passed D.round D.ill D.beautiful D.hope D.

keep

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0902

I stood there listening to my father shout at the top of his voice. The look on his face said that one of us had done something wrong.

―Which one of you did this?‖

We all looked down at the step. There was child’s in chalk there. I was very I hoped no one could see it. Would he it was me? I was so scared. When he asked me, I lied, ―Not me, Dad.‖

The others denied(否认) it as well. Of course, we all knew that one of us have done it. But as the youngest and smallest of the three, I just couldn’ t find the courage(勇气) to tell the

To out who had written on the step, Father gave us each a piece of paper and a pencil. ―I want each of you to write exactly you see on the step.‖

I tried my best to write the words . I didn’ t want dad to be able to tell it was me.

He gathered up our pieces of paper and looked at them, ―Since of you will admit(承认) to have done it, then I will punish you all.‖ I stood there and said nothing.

The last thing I was for Dad to punish me!

―I did it.‖ My sister stepped forward and said she had done something she hadn’t. She was grounded(受处罚) for a month.

We didn’t talk about that day for many years. Not until we were all older and I knew it was to finally tell my dad it was really me. I always felt because of it. That was the last time I let anyone take the blame for me. 35.A.handwriting 36.A.pleased 37.A.decide 38.A.could 39.A.way 40.A.look 41.A.how 42.A.differently 43.A.each 44.A.gave 45.A.safe 46.A.afraid

B.painting B.angry B.guess B.should B.truth B.find B.when B.carefully B.some B.hated B.hard B.troubled

C.counting C.worried C.hope C.must C.story C.take C.what C.clearly C.one C.did C.true C.sorry

D.drawing D.frightened D.agree D.may D.secret D.work D.who D.quickly D.none D.wanted D.polite D.lonely

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0903

My mother was the one who always beat me. I always cried loudly to let the neighbors she was killing me. For example, if she acted as though she was about toher hand to me, I would open myand let the world know about it. If anybody was passing

by out on the road, 38 would either change her mind or just give me a few light touches.

Thinking about it now, I feel certain that just as my father supported me for being than the other children, my mother gave me more shout for thereason. She was very bright herself, but she liked the ones who wereJimmy, my eldest brother, I knew, was especially herI remember that he would tell me to get out of the house. “Let the sun shine on you so you can get some color.” He went out of his way to let me have a sense of color—advantage.

I learned early that crying out in disagreement could finish things. My older brothers and sister would sometimes come in from school and a biscuit with butter or something. My mother impatiently, would tell them no. But I would cry out and make a big noise until I got what I wanted. I remember well how my mother asked me I couldn't be a nice boy like Wilfred. But I would think to myself that Wilfred, for being so nice and quiet, often stayedSo early in life, I had learned that if you want something, you had better make some noises. 35.A.hope 36.A.raise 37.A.door 38.A.he 39.A.happier 40.A.right 41.A.darker 42.A.need 43.A.never 44.A.put down 45.A.how 46.A.silent

B.see B.show B.window B.she B.luckier B.wrong B.cleverer B.love B.often B.ask for B.when B.hungry

C.think C.pass C.eyes C.I C.brighter C.same C.nearer C.kind C.sometimes C.look at C.where C.healthy

D.understand D.hold D.mouth D.they D.kinder D.different D.older D.favorite D.usually D.sell out D.why D.pleasant

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0905

Every year on my birthday, from the time I turned twelve, a white gardenia was delivered to my house. No card came with it. Calls to the flower shop were

not at all. After a while I stopped trying tothe sender's name and just delighted in the beautiful white flower in soft pink paper.

However, I neverimagining who the giver might be. Some of my happiestwere spent day dreaming about the sender. My mother encouraged these imaginings. She'd ask me if there

was someone for whom I had shown specialPerhaps it was the old man across the street whose mail I'd delivered during the winter. As a girl, though, I had more fun imagining that it might be a I had run into.

One month before my graduation, my father died. I felt so sad that I became completelyin my upcoming graduation dance, and I didn'tif I had a new dress or not. But my mother, despite her own sadness, would not let me any of those things. She wanted her children not only to be lovable but to feel In truth, my mother wanted her children to see 45 much like the gardenia —lovely, strong and perfect with perhaps a bit of mystery(神秘).

My mother died ten days after I was married. I was twenty-two years old. That was the year the gardenia stopped . 35.A.careful 36.A.take out 37.A.stopped 38.A.moments 39.A.practice 40.A.visitor 41.A.uncomfortable 42.A.want 43.A.leave 44.A.needed 45.A.herself 46.A.coming

B.helpful B.work out B.began B.festivals B.housework B.child B.uninterested B.hope B.miss B.noticed B.myself B.sending

C.exciting C.find out C.kept C.seasons C.kindness C.lady C.unbelievable C.know C.have C.loved C.ourselves C.giving

D.interesting D.put out D.loved D.holidays D.exercise D.boy D.unimportant D.care D.hear D.moved D.themselves D.growing

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0910

My mother used to ask me what the most important part of the body is. Through the years I would at the correct answer. When I was younger I thought was very important to

us as humans, so I said, ―My ears, Mum.‖ She said, ―No. Many important people are deaf. But I’d like you to thinking about it and I’ll ask you again soon.‖

Since making my first attempt(尝试), I had often thought over the question. So this time I told her, ―Mum, it must be our eyes.‖ She looked at me and said, ―You are fast. Eyes are the windows of our heart, but the answer is not correct because there are many blind people who are very successful.‖

Over the years, mother asked me a couple more times and always her response(答复) to my answers was, ―No, but you are getting every year, my child.‖ Then last year, my grandpa died. was heartbroken and was crying sadly. My mum looked at me when it was our to say our final goodbye to Grandpa. She asked me, ―Do you know the most important body part yet, my dear?‖

I got terribly when she was asking me this at that time. I always thought this was a between her and me. She saw the puzzlement(困惑) on my face and told me, ―This question is very important. It shows that you have really your life.‖ She went on with tears in her eyes, ―My dear, the most important body part is your shoulders.‖ ―Is it because they up my head?‖ I asked. ―No, it is because on them a crying friend or loved one can rest his head. I hope that you have enough friends that you will have a shoulder to cry on when you need it,‖ she said. Then and there I understood what the most important body part meant. 35.A.arrive 36.A.taste 37.A.keep 38.A.thinking 39.A.stronger 40.A.Someone 41.A.duty 42.A.surprised 43.A.match 44.A.enjoyed 45.A.hold 46.A.still

B.point B.smell B.finish B.changing B.taller B.Everyone B.turn B.interested B.test B.found B.take B.only

C.look C.sound C.start C.growing C.smarter C.Anybody C.place C.worried C.game C.begun C.put C.ever

D.guess D.sight D.stop D.learning D.older D.Nobody D.chance D.excited D.secret D.lived D.set D.even

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初中部完型专项

0911

Robby was 11 years old when his mother(a single mom) dropped him off for his first piano lesson. I prefer that students begin at an earlier age, but Robby said that it had always

been his mother's dream to hear him play the piano. So I took him as a.

Robby tried very hard, he didn't have the basic sense of music. However, he continued and at the end of each weekly lesson he would always say, “My mom's going tome play some day.” But it seemed I only knew his mother from far away as sheRobby off or waited in her old car to pick him up. She always waved and smiled butstopped in. Then one day Robby stopped coming to our lessons. He 41 me and said his mother was sick.

Several weeks later I was preparing my students for the music show when Robby came and asked me if he could be in it. “Miss Hondorf... I've just got to” he said.

The night for the show came. The high school gym was full of parents, friends and relations. The show went off well. Then Robby came up on stage(舞台). I waswhen he announced that he had chosen Mozart's Concerto No. 21 in C Major. I was not prepared for what I heard next. Hiswere light on the keys even danced on the keys... He played so well that everyone was on their feet clapping excitedly. In tears I ran up on stage, “Oh, Robby! How'd you do it?”

“Well Miss Hondorf... I kept on practising at home. Remember I told you my mom was sick? Well, in fact she had cancer and passed away this morning. And well... she was bornso tonight was the first time she ever heard me play...” 35.A.boy 36.A.Since 37.A.watch 38.A.hopeless 39.A.pushed 40.A.always 41.A.telephoned 42.A.go 43.A.happy 44.A.eyes 45.A.He 46.A.deaf

B.brother B.Unless B.hear B.careless B.dropped B.usually B.visited B.leave B.worried B.fingers B.She B.blind

C.student C.Because C.make C.useless C.took C.sometimes C.asked C.play C.excited C.friends C.They C.small

D.teacher D.Although D.find D.homeless D.put D.never D.invited D.dance D.surprised D.dancers D.We D.

sick

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初中部完型专项

0914

2009年北京中考试题

My father died when I was a few months old. After his death, my mother moved back to Louisville, Kentucky, where had grown up. We lived in a small house with her older sister, Marion, and their mother. This was a time when being a single was still considered unusual.

When I was small, there was a children’s book called The Happy Family, and it was a real piece of work. Dad worked all day long at the office, Mom cooked in the kitchen, and brother and sister always had friends sleeping over. The image of the family in this book was typical (典型的) of the time. It looked like my family, but luckily that wasn’t the way I heard it. The way my Aunt Marion read it to me made the story really .

Kind-hearted and open-minded, my aunt was the one who played baseball with me, who took me horseback riding, who took me to the father-son dinners and who gave me lessons on how to drive. Believing that anything was probably good for me, she to get a loan (贷款) so that I could go to Africa to work as a volunteer, which was my most important experience.

As a young girl, Aunt Marion always planned to have a large number of children of her own, but she never got married. This that she was free to spend all her time taking care of me. Many people say we have a lot in common. She always me to do my best. She never to make me believe that I could do anything with my life that I wanted, if I only tried hard enough.

For more than sixty years, Aunt Marion didn’t and still doesn’t think of herself. she is forced to come up to the front, my aunt will stand in the back in family photos, and she doesn’t think that her efforts have made much . I honor my aunt, who taught me the things my

couldn’t. So every June for the past 40 years, in growing thankfulness to my Aunt Marion, I’ve sent her a Father’s Day card. 1. A. I

B. she

C. he

D. we D. child D. something D. funny D. unusual D. prepared D. showed D. forced D. failed D. Before D. sense D. friends

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2. A. man 3. A. nothing

B. family B. anything B. boring B. pleasant B. afforded B. meant B. expected B. agreed B. Although B. progress B. mother

C. parent

C. everything C. sad

4. A. surprising 5. A. interesting 6. A. decided 7. A. said 8. A. allowed 9. A. hoped

C. impossible C. offered C. proved C. invited C. stopped C. Since

10. A. Unless 11. A. difference 12. A. teachers

C. trouble C. father

初中部完型专项

2010年西城区初三英语一模 1003

Every Saturday night Mama would sit down by the table and count out the money Papa had

brought home. Mama would carefully divide big groups for the housing, and food, and one or two coins for Nels or — Katrin to buy notebooks.

With interest we would watch the money becoming less and less. At last Papa would ask, ―Is all?‖ When Mama nodded, we could relax a little. For Mama would look up and smile, ―Is good.‖ she’d say. ―We do not have to go to the Bank.‖

It was a wonderful thing, that bank account (银行账户) of Mama’s. We were all so proud of it. It gave us such a warm, feeling.

When finishing school Nels wanted to go on to high. ―It will cost a little money,‖ Nels said to Mama.

We gathered around the table watching a box in front of Mama. This was the ―Little Bank‖ — used for unexpected

situations. Nels had it all written out. So much for what he would need. Mama looked at the for a long time. Then she counted the money in the Little Bank. There wasn’t enough.

―We do not,‖ she said to us gently, ―want to have to go to the Bank.‖ We all our heads.

―I’ll work in Dillon’s shop after school,‖ Nels .

Mama smiled at him. Papa said, ―Is not enough.‖ Then he took his pipe out of his mouth. ―I give up smoking,‖ he ―I will mind the Elvington children every Friday night,‖ I said. ―Is good,‖ Mama said.

We all felt very good. We had passed another milestone (绊脚石) having to go downtown and draw money

said. Mama the table and touched Papa’s hand, but she didn’t say anything.

out of the bank.

So many things, I remember, came out of the Little Bank during the past 20 years. Even during the Strike (罢工) , Mama wouldn’t let us worry too much. We all worked together the important trip downtown could be put off.

The day the Strike was over and Papa to work, I saw Mama stand a little straighter, as if to get a kind out Last year I sold my first story. I hurried to Mama’s and showed her the check. ―For you,‖ I said, ―to put in your ―Is no

And when I didn’t — couldn’t — answer, Mama said to not feel

B. us

C. me

D. her D. doubtful D. pleasant D. numbers D. raised

D. mentioned D. moved around D. except D. soon after D. went back D. check D. politely

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of her back. Bank Account.‖

safe. ‖ 36. A. him 37. A. endless 39. A. price 40. A. nodded 41. A. decided 43. A. till

B. hopeful B. safe B. money B. shook

C. breathless C. easy C. objects C. lowered

38. A. comfortable

B. volunteered B. sat beside B. by

B. even though B. set off B. need B. seriously

C. suggested C. walked to C. without C. so that C. good C. warmly

42. A. reached across 44. A. long before 45. A. came out 46. A. account 47. A. quickly

C. got away

初中部完型专项

1004

2010年顺义区初三英语一模

When I was seven years old, my family made me an ant farm. First, we put clean sand in a thin 36._____ box. Then we waited for the ants to arrive.

After the ants were in the glass farm, they started to make tunnels (地道). I was 37._____ that each one knew exactly what to do. Each had 38.______ own job.

On the fifth day a tragedy (悲剧) happened. I put my face so close to the glass farm 39.______ I knocked it over. All the tunnels fell down. Although the ants remained alive after their earthquake, one by one they began to die. I was scared as I watched them give up 40.______ their tunnels to carry the bodies to a corner of the farm.

My mother said that the ants were dying of 41.______. They simply could not stand that their tunnels were gone. Although much time has passed, I still 42._______ that ant farm. Mom had hoped it would teach me about the natural world, but it 43._______ me much more.

Over the years, I came to realize the importance of 44._______. Working together, the ants were able to make an amazing world for themselves. I also learned that they should be admired (钦佩) for their hard work.

But there was an even 45.______ lesson that I did not realize until recently: Adversity(逆境) is a natural part of life, and must 46._______. Unlike the ants, we cannot give up when we are sad. We have to realize that if a tunnel is gone, we must build 47._______.

Giving up, I say, is not a good choice. 36. A. glass

B. paper B. angry B. its

C. rubber C. sorry C. their C. if

D. plastic D. amazed D. theirs D. so D. to build D. sadness D. think of D. spoke to D. the tunnels D. bigger

D. have accepted D. another

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37. A. happy 38. A. it 39. A. that 40. A. build 41. A. cold 42. A. have 43. A. told

B. when B. built

C. building C. illness C. miss C. said to C. the farm C. big

B. earthquake B. build B. taught B. lives B. larger B. accepted B. other

44. A.teamwork 45. A. large

46. A. accept 47. A. one

C. be accepted C. the other

初中部完型专项

2010东城区初三英语一模 1006

I love you, Mum and Dad!

Tears go out of my eyes when I talk to my parents on the phone. What are they doing when I call them? This is what I want to know most. I have supper at 5 o’clock in the dining hall. There is no need for me to by myself, no need to wash the dishes. However, now it is the busiest time for my parents. Dad works from seven o'clock in the morning to nine o'clock in the evening. Therefore, all the housework is to my mum. her own job, she also has to work at the vineyard(葡萄园).

Every day she gets up at 4 o’clock in the morning, and then works till dark. One day I called her at 7:30 in the evening, and she told me that she was still in the vineyard and hadn’t had supper yet. Tears ran down from cheeks(脸颊), and I was filled with . I promise her to study hard in the university, because I am her hope. I promise her to take care of myself, because I am important to her… I promise her so much and I just want her to promise me that she can take care of herself and dad because they are like the blood in my body. I cannot without them.

In my , everyone is common. We are willing to earn our living by our own hands. We are very happy to have the meal together on the New Year’s Eve. My mother has ever said that everyone in the family is important, no one can be

Mum has ever said that the time for Dad and her is when my sister and I come back home. We play cards in the room, watch TV, do anything we like with dad and mum preparing delicious food in the the happiest time for me. At that moment, I could forget all the difficulties and unhappiness. The only thing I would like to do is to the time with my parents.

Love, sometimes, doesn't need many words. Give your parents a call, and tell them you miss them...

36. A. cook

37. A. done

38. A. With

39. A. my B. feed B. taken C. eat C. left C. As C. her

D. live D. turned D. From D. our D. trouble D. just D. succeed D. area D. absent D. easiest D. kitchen D. get

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B. Besides B. his 40. A. regret 41. A. still B. shame B. only B. live C. worry C. almost C. develop C. family C. free 42. A. study 43. A. city B. class B. sad 44. A. weak 45. A. busiest B. happiest C. luckiest C. study C. control 46. A. bathroom B. bedroom 47. A. enjoy B. find

初中部完型专项

2010崇文区初三英语一模 1007

It was my first day in Miss Hargrove's seventh grade class. I was very anxious(焦急的) to fit in. After the

me to the class, I put on a smile and took my seat.

Lunchtime was a pleasant surprise when the girls all crowded around my table. They were friendly, so I began to 书呆子): Mary Lou. She was a pretty girl with dark eyes and olive skin, butshe wore a long skirt and an old-fashioned blouse. The girls giggled (咯咯笑) as Mary Lou walked by. She ate .

After school, the girls invited me to join them in front of the school. Then Mary Lou came down the school steps. The girls started making fun of her. I paused, then joined right in. Mean words fell from my lips. No one could tell I'd never done this before. The other girls started pushed her. Her schoolbag broke. She fell. Everyone was laughing. I fit in.

how I felt. her books and left without saying anything.

Mary Lou's father — he had the same olive skin, dark hair and handsome features (容貌). He watched the lonely girl I never again hurt someone for my own gain(利益). 36. A. introduced 37. A. worry 38. A. aloud 39. A. stopped 40. A. cheering 41. A. angry 42. A. what 43. A. read

B. explained B. wonder B. alone B. arrived B. calling B. polite B. who B. gathered B. caught

C. described C. relax C. around C. hurried C. crying C. afraid C. why C. counted C. watched

D. invited D. regret D. again D. waited D. looking D. proud D. how D. found D. kept D.should D. them D. fight

44. A. noticed 45. A. could 46. A. her

B. might C. must B. him C. us

47. A. success

B. value C. shame

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初中部完型专项

1009

2010门头沟初三英语一模

I’ll never forget one summer day in 1975. On that day my suddenly died because of an unexplained illness at the age of 36. Later that afternoon, a police officer to my house to ask for my father’s permission(允许) for the hospital to 38 Mother’s valve(心脏瓣膜). I was greatly surprised. I ran into the house in tears. At 14 I just couldn’t understand why people would take apart(分解) a person I my father told him, ―Yes.‖

―How can you let them do that to her?‖ I cried at him.

―Linda,‖ he said mother and I decided long ago that if we can make a person’s life after we died, our death will have meaning.‖

The lesson my father taught me that day became one of the most in my life.

Years passed. I married and had a family of my own. In 1996 my father became seriously ill. With a smile he told me that when he died, he wanted to donate(捐赠) whatever was in good condition, especially his eyes.

My father died and we donated as he had wanted. Three days later, my daughter said, ―Mum, I’m so of what you did for Grandpa.‖ Then I realized that my father gave his eyes. What he left behind sparkled(闪烁) in my daughter’s eyes—pride. 36. A. father 37. A. shouted 38. A. operate 39. A. loved 40. A. So

B. mother B. sent B. use B. lost B. As

C. grandma C. came C. make C. forgot C. But

D. grandpa D. reached D. repair D. remembered D. And D. loudly D. herself D. more helpful D. beautiful D. his ears D. proud

41. A. quietly 42. A. yourself 43. A. worse

B. happily B. myself B. poorer

C. angrily C. himself C. better

44. A. wonderful 45. A. his heart 46. A. afraid

B. important B. his eyes B. tired

C. warm-hearted C. his life C. full

47. A. much more than B. less than

C. many more than D. as much as

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初中部完型专项

1012

I grew up poor—living with my wonderful mother.We had little money,but plenty of love and

attention.I was and energetic.I understood that no matter how poor a person was,he could still afford a dream.

My dream was athletics.When I was sixteen,I started playing baseball.I could throw a ninety-mile-per-hour fastball and anything that moved on the field.I was also : My high school coach was John,who believed in me and, more importantly, taught me how to believe in myself. me the difference between having a dream and remaining true to that dream.One unusual with Coach John changed my life forever.

A friend helped me to find a summer job.This meant a chance for money in my pocket money for a new bike,new clothes and the of saving for a house for my mother.Then I realized I would have to up summer baseball and that meant I would have to tell John I wouldn’t be playing.

When I told John,he was as I expected him to be.―You have your whole life to work.‖ he said. ―You don’t have too many playing days in your life.You can’t afford to waste them.‖ I stood before him with my head trying to think of the that would explain to him why my dream of buying my mom a house and having money in my pocket was worth facing his disappointment in me. ―How much are you going to make at this job,son?‖he asked. ―3.5 dollars an hour,‖I replied.

―Well,‖he asked,―is $3.5 an hour the price of a dream?‖

That simple question made me understand the difference between right now and having a goal. I decided myself to play sports that summer and within the year I was taken on by the Pittsburgh Pirates to play baseball, and was

a $20,000 contact (agreement). In the same year,I bought my mother the house of my dream! 36.A.happy

B.popular B.play B.shy B.taught

C.famous C.pass C.lucky C.brought

D.honest D.hit D.comfortable D.asked D.experience D.purpose D.pick D.shameful D.down D.ways D.saying D.

allowed

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37.A.kick 38.A.right 39.A.gave 40.A.accident 41.A.view

B.interview C.problem B.idea B.take B.helpful B.up

C.start C.give C.frightened C.off

42.A.put 43.A.mad 44.A.on

45.A.questions B.choices 46.A wanting 47.A.paid

B.changing B.got

C.words C.dreaming C.offered

初中部完型专项

1013

2010年昌平初三英语一模

When I was 16 years old, I made my first visit to the United States. It wasn’t the first time I had been

abroad. Like most English children I__36___ French at school and I had often been to France, so I __37____ speaking a foreign language to people who didn’t understand English. But when I went to America I was really looking forward to having a nice easy holiday without any _38_ problems.

How wrong I was! The misunderstanding __39___at the airport. I was looking for a _40_ telephone to give my A friendly old man saw me looking lost and asked __43__ he could help me. ―Yes‖, I said, ―I want to give my friend a ring.‖ ―Well, that’s nice .‖ he exclaimed. ―Are you getting __44__? But aren’t you a bit __45__‖ ―Who is talking about marriage?‖ I replied. ―I just want to give my friend a ring to tell her I’ve got here. Can you tell me where there’s a phone box?‖ ―Oh!‖ he said, ―there’s a phone downstairs.‖ When at last we did meet up, Danny explained the misunderstanding to me. ―Don’t worry,‖ she said to me. ―I have so many __46__at first. There are lots of words which the Americans __47__ differently in meaning from us British. You’ll soon get used to all the funny things they say. Most of the time British and American people understand each other!‖

36. A. taught 37. A. get used

B. told B. used to B. money B. began B. good

C. asked

D.learned D. used D. human

C. was used to

38. A. language 39. A. met

C. time C. watched

C. public

D.passed

D. popular

40. A. cheap 41. A. news

B. ring C. letter D. present

42. A. arrived B. noticed C.found D. sent 43. A. when 44. A. married

B. that

C. if

D. where

D. lost D. old

B. worried C. nervous

45. A. small B. young 46. A. things 47. A. write

B. mistakes

B. speak

C. little

C. troubles C. read

D. difficulties D. use

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