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Sneaker is a kind of shoe worn by many people all over the world. Some say that the word “sneaker” is another word for tennis shoe, 36 no one really knows where the word came from. 37 say it came from the old English verb “sneak”, which 38 to move silently and quickly. The only thing we are 39 is that when you put on a pair of sneakers, you 40 light-hearted, light-footed and ready to play. Sneakers of some kind are used by 41 who play tennis, basketball, and other sports. New design has been made 42 for people who run slowly. But perhaps sneakers are 43 used by children in the United States. In fact American children of 44 ages would much rather play in sneakers than anything else, except perhaps 45 at all. New York City once held a poetry contest (诗歌比赛) for children. The subject was only “sneaker”. Thousands of children sent in their 46 and praised the sneakers they love. One prize winner called 47 poem “The Sneaker and the World Peace”. “When everyone is wearing sneakers,” she said, “it will be impossible to 48 .” American school children can be seen every day 49 sneakers of all colours. They put them on in the morning and take them off 50 . Sneakers are 51 washed. In fact the older and dirtier they are, the 52 loveable they are. When their sneakers wear out (穿破), children hate to throw them off. How do you explain the closeness between 53 ? Perhaps another young 54 in the New York Poetry Contest said it best. “A shoe is just a shoe,” he said. “But a sneaker is a 55 .” 36. A. however B. but C. or D. and 37. A. All B. Some C. People D. The others 38. A.appears B. remains C. means D. wants 39. A. excited about B. sure of C. surprised at D. pleased with 40. A. think B. feel C. consider D. suggest 41.A. men B. women C. those D. these 42.A. lovely B. specially C. lively D. cheaply 43.A. only B. greatly C. hardly D. finally 44.A. all B. some C. little D. old 45.A. some shoes B. no shoes C. no children D. some sneakers 46.A. photos B. compositions C. poems D. drawings 47.A. her B. his C. its D. their 48.A. explain B. guide C. hate D. love 49.A. dressing B. wearing C. putting on D. having 50.A. the next day B. at noon C. at bedtime D. in the evening 51.A. forever B. always C. seldom D. sometimes 52.A. much B. many C. most D. more 53.A. sneakers and other shoes B. boys and girls C. children and sneakers D. winners and sneakers 54.A. girl B. man C. woman D. winner 55.A. sneaker B. friend C. poem D. shoe 完型:36-40 BBCBB 41-45 CBBAB 46-50 CACBC 51-55 CDCDB I was recently invited to dinner by a friend. During the meal, the manager of the restaurant came 31 and said that our meal was free. He stood there 32 at me and he seemed a little 33 to me but I couldn’t quite remember him. 34 I asked him if he knew me. He laughed and

said I had probably 35 him, but that I’d changed his life. My friend was quite 36 and asked him how I’d done this. He said that twelve years ago he 37 a stress (压力) management (管理) class that I was giving. I asked the group what their greatest 38 was and most of them, including him, said it was their bosses. He said I listened 39 and then took a chair and placed it in the center of the room. I 40 on the chair for a few moments and then I 41 everyone to come and do the same. I wanted them to look at the room from up there. After everyone had done it, I asked the group to 42 how the room looked different when they changed their perspective(角度). Then I asked them to 43 their bosses. Was this the same person who had seen their good 44 and hired them? Did they remember how happy they were to be 45 for the job? But how did these wonderful people become terrible bosses? He said I looked at him and asked if he had 46 said thank you to his boss for the 47 to earn a living. He answered he hadn’t. Then I asked him why he hadn’t tried being 48 to his boss. He told us his 49 changed that night. He went back to work the next day with a thank-you card to his boss. He said I’d 50 him to look at life from different perspectives and express thanks. 31. A. out B. back C. over D. on 32. A. smiling B. glaring C. knocking D. shouting 33. A. similar B. attractive C. strange D. familiar 34. A. Immediately B. Finally C. Suddenly D. Firstly 35. A. disliked B. known C. ignored D. forgotten 36. A. curious B. anxious C. happy D. calm 37. A. missed B. prepared C. attended D. heard 38. A. hero B. stress C. liking D. trouble 39. A. regretfully B. disappointedly C. doubtfully D. carefully 40. A. stood B. lay C. sat D. rested 41. A. forced B. stopped C. invited D. warned 42. A. work on B. think about C. look into D. fill out 43. A. remember B. dislike C. respect D. consider 44. A. qualities B. personalities C. experiences D. looks 45. A. meant B. refused C. chosen D. forgiven 46. A. still B. actually C. never D. ever 47. A. right B. opportunity C. solution D. ability 48. A. polite B. friendly C. grateful D. gentle 49. A. life B. job C. luck D. company 50. A. ordered B. taught C. allowed D. persuaded 31-35 CADBD 36-40 ACBDA 41-45 CBDAC 46-50 DBCAB It was raining. I went into a caféand asked for a coffee. 46 I was waiting for my drink, I realized that there were other people in the place, but I sensed 47 . I saw their bodies, but I couldn’t feel their souls 48 their souls belonged to the 49 . I stood up and walked between the tables. When I came to the biggest computer, I saw a thin, small man 50 in front of it. “I’m Steve”, he finally answered after I asked him a couple of

times what his name was. “I can’t talk with you. I’m 51 ”, he said. He was chatting online with somebody - probably someone he didn’t know - and, at the same time, he was playing a computer game - a war game. I was surprised. He was chatting online and, 52 , he was playing a computer game - a war game. I was 53 . Why didn’t Steve want to talk with me? I tried 54 to speak to that computer geek(怪 人), 55 not a word came out of his mouth. I touched his shoulder, but no reaction(反应). I was 56 . I put my hand in front of the monitor, and he started to shout, “ 57 !” I took a few steps back, wondering if all those people in the café were looking at me. I 58 , and saw nobody showed any interest. 59 , I realized that the people there were having a nice conversation with their machines, not with people. They were more 60 having a relationship with the 61 , particularly Steve. I wouldn’t want to 62 the future of human beings if they preferred sharing their lives with machines 63 with people. I was worried and I sank in my thoughts. I didn’t even 64 that the coffee was bad, 65 Steve didn’t notice there was a person next to him. 46. A.Before B.Since C.Although D.While 47. A.pain B.loneliness C.happiness D.fear 48. A.because B.when C.until D.unless 49. A.home B.world C.net D.cafe 50. A.sleeping B.laughing C.sitting D.learning 51. A.busy B.thirsty C.tired D.sick 52. A.first of all B.just then C.at the same time D.by that time 53. A.surprised B.delighted C.moved D.frightened 54. A.once B.again C.first D.even 55. A.but B.so C.if D.or 56. A.excited B.respected C.afraid D.unhappy 57. A.Shut up B.Enjoy yourself C.Leave me alone D.Help me out 58. A.walked about B.walked out C.raised my hand D.raised my head 59. A.From then on B.At that time C.In all D.Above all 60. A.interested in B.tired of C.careful about D.troubled by 61. A.computer B.soul C.shop D.geek 62. A.tell B.plan C.imagine D.design 63. A.besides B.instead of C.except for D.as well as 64. A.pretend B.understand C.insist D.realize 65. A.as if B.just as C.just after D.even though 46. D. while 表示 “ 当 …… 的时候,在 …… 期间 ” ,后接进行时态。 47.B. 根据上下文可知,作者身处人人沉迷于网络的网吧中所体会到的孤独感。 48.A. 考查连词。 “ 因为 ” 49.C. 由上下文可知,作者之所以感到孤寂,是因为其他人的灵魂都属于网络。 50.C. 从下文可知, Steve 是坐在电脑面前。 51.A. 从作者叫他很多声才答应可知,他正忙于上网,无暇顾及其他。 52.C. busy是因为他边在线聊天,同时,还打电脑游戏。 53.A. 用排除法可推出,作者十分的惊讶,而不是害怕。 54.B. 作者再次试图与 Steve 交谈,用 “again” 或 “once again / more” 表示 “ 再一次 ” ,而 A 项 “once” 意为 “ 一次/曾经 ” ,故不选 A 。 55.A. but表转折,但是他仍不理会作者。

56.D. 用 “unhappy” 表达作者被冷落的不满情绪。 57.C. 当我用手遮住电脑屏幕时, Steve 受不了了, 大叫 “ 让我一个人呆着/离我远点 ” 。 D 项意为 “ 帮助某人脱离 ( 困境 )” ,与句意不符。 58.D. 我 “ 抬起头看到 ” ,与下文连贯。 59B. at that time 表示 “ 这时,我意识到了 ……” 。 60A. 表示 “ 对电脑比对人更感兴趣 ” ,此题易误选 C 项,“be careful about” 意为 “ 小心/ 当心 ” ,而 “care about” 才是 “ 关心,在乎 ” 。 61A. 由上题可知。 62C. 我不愿去想象那会是一个怎样的世界,如果人们更喜欢和机器交往,而不是和 人。 63B. 由上题可知。 64D. 我陷入沉思中,甚至没有意识到咖啡味道很差,就如同 Steve 没有注意到有个人 在他旁边一样。 65 B. just as “ 正如,正像 ” 。 A rich man was camping alone on a hill. One day it began to rain and the rain made the tent wet. At last he 36 make his way home. As he passed a beautiful house he 37 to look for rest. A lady in 38 walked past him with her 39 holding up high. Following her were her two pretty daughters. They stopped and stared at him 40 . “Who are you? We don’t like tramps(流浪汉)going 41 our home .”one of them shouted. “Go away at once. ”cried the other. “But I’m not a 42 . ”said the man, “All I want is food and stay for the night.” “How 43 you come here? Go away at once!” they 44, “We don’t like your feet around our house. Go, go!” The man moved on and reached a 45 house. On entering it he saw a 46 preparing their supper. Though the light was 47 and the furniture was poor, it made him feel 48 and comfortable. “Can I have some 49 and rest for the night?” he asked. “Of course, friend,” said the woman, bringing forward a little chair for him. “We are going to 50 our supper. Come and 51 us.” The food was not 52 but they shared it with the stranger. That night they let him sleep on their bed 53 they themselves used the stable (厩) . Early the next morning, the man said good-bye to them. Their 54 left him a memory full of thanks. When he reached home he 55 ordered a lovely house to be built for the couple in the woods. 36. A. had to B. must C. should D. would 37. A. tried B. managed C. asked D. stopped 38. A. sight B. cloth C. silk D. trouble 39. A. nose B. head C. eyes D. hands 40. A. curiously B. suddenly C. surprisingly D. angrily 41. A. around B. over C. to D. at 42. A. madam B. tramp C. thief D. stranger 43. A. do B. can C. will D. dare 44. A. explained B. continued C. repeated D. announced 45. A. big B. small C. lovely D. dirty 46. A. woman B. man C. person D. couple 47. A. weak B. bright C. dark D. strong 48. A. sad B. cold C. warm D. clean 49. A. cloth B. food C. light D. chair 50. A. prepare B. cook C. buy D. have 51. A. join B. help C. attend D. enjoy

52. A. enough B. scary C. short 53. A. and B. while C. then 54. A. coldness B. sickness C. kindness 55. A. quickly B. finally C. happily 完形 36-55 ADCBD ABDCB DACBD AABCA

D. lot D. when D. thank D. quietly

No one in the United States could forget the sorrowful story, April 14th, 1865, 36__ Abraham Lincoln was murdered. The night after a very busy 37 , the President and his wife went to Ford’s Theatre in Washington D.C where a new play was to be put on. Near the theatre 38 a 25-year-old unsuccessful actor named John Wilkes Booth, who was strongly against the North though he hadn’t fought 39 the South himself. As the play 40 after a moment of rest, Booth came into the theatre. He walked slowly and quietly 41 the door through which he could see the President’s 42. He looked 43 carefully so as to find the guards 44 task was to protect the President from the enemy. To his joy, there was none of 45 and nobody noticed him. He reached the door quickly and began to get hold of the gun 46 in his pocket. It was quiet in the theatre and everyone 47 his eyes on the stage. Suddenly a terrible sound of 48 broke in on the play. It surprised everyone and soon they looked 49 where the sound had just come. Smoke was seen coming out of the President’s box, where the 50 had enjoyed the play. Right away the theatre was full of shouting and excited people. Soldiers hurried in to _51 the building, but it was too 52 ! The murderer had already 53 from the box onto the stage, from which then he hurriedly ran out of the theatre and soon disappeared in the 54_. The news came that Lincoln, whom the people had 55 to love as an inspiring leader and a wise, warm-hearted, honest man, was shot in the chest and died early the next morning. 36. A. as B. where C. when D. how 37. A. time B. work C. day D. hour 38. A. lived B. stayed C. stood D. worked 39. A. against B. with C. for D. under 40. A. stopped B. started C. lasted D. ended 41. A. towards B. into C. up D. over 42. A. face B. wife C. box D. hat 43. A. around B. behind C. back D. forward 44. A. which B. whose C. that D. their 45. A. guards B. them C. people D. soldiers 46. A. hidden B. put C. kept D. lain 47. A. put B. fixed C. made D. fastened 48. A. gun B. cry C. shot D. noise 49. A. at B. up C. down D. to 50. A. wife B. guard C. Lincolns D. President 51. A. search B. surround C. search for D. looked at 52. A. noisy B. dark C. late D. smoky 53. A. went B. rushed C. run D. jumped

54. A. building 55. A. wanted

B. dark B. gone

C. crowds C. come

D. country D. meant

Scientists find that hard-working people live longer than average men and women. Career women are __36___ than housewives. Evidence shows that ___37___ are in poorer health than the job-holders. A study shows ___38____ the unemployment rate increases by 1%, the death rate increases correspondingly(相应地) by 2%. All this ___39____ to one point: Work is helpful to health. Why is work good for health? It is because work keeps people busy, __40___ loneliness and solitude(孤独). Researches show that people feel unhappy, __41___ and lonely when they have nothing to do. Instead, the happiest are those who are __42____ . Many high achievers who love their careers feel that they are happiest when they are working hard. Work serves as a __43___ between man and reality. By work, people __44____ each other. By collective(集体的) activity, they find friendship and warmth. This is helpful to health. The loss of work __45___ the loss of everything. It affects man spiritually(精神上的) and makes him liable to(易于) ___46____. ___47____ , work gives one a sense of fulfillment(充实感) and a sense of __48___ . Work makes one feel his value and status in society. When a __49____ finishes his writing or a doctor successfully __50___ a patient or a teacher sees his students __51___, they are happy __52____. From the above we can come to the conclusion ___53____ the more you work, ___54____ you will be. Let us work hard, ___55___ and live a happy and healthy life. 36. A. more healthier B. healthier C. weaker D. worse 37. A. career women B. the busy C. the jobless D. the hard-working 38. A. whenever B. whether C. though D. since 39. A. comes down B. equals to C. adds up D. amounts 40. A. from B. off C. in touch with D. away from 41. A. interested B. joyful C. concerned D. worried 42. A. busy B. free C. lazy D. empty 43. A. river B. opening C. channel D. bridge 44. A. comes across B. come into contact with C. look down upon D. watch over 45. A. means B. stands C. equals D. matches 46. A. success B. death C. victory D. disease 47. Besides B. Nevertheless C. However D. Yet 48. A. disappointment B. achievement C. regret D. apology 49. A. worker B. farmer C. writer D. manager 50. A. manages B. controls C. operates on D. deals with 51. A. raise B. grow C. rise D. increase 52. A. in a word B. without a word C. at a word D. beyond words

53. A. that B. which C. what D. when 54. A. the lonelier and weaker B. lonelier and weaker C. happier and healthier D. the happier and healthier 55. A. study well B. studying well C. study good D. studying good III. 36-40 B C A A D 41-45 D A D B A 46-50 D A B C C 51-55 B D A D A Once there lived a millionaire who loved money than anything else in the world.He didn’t know exactly how much he had,so he took on a little girl to 36 all his money for him. It 37 the little girl six days to count 38 the money. When she told the millionaire that he had forty-two 39 dollars,he was wild with 40 and asked, “How much 41 do you want?” He thought that 42 she was only a child,he could cheat her into 43 a very small amount of money. The girl said,“ 44 ,I worked for six days,so I think you 45 pay me for six days. Give me two pennies for the first day. Each day after that,just give me the amount you gave me the day before, multiplied by itself. The 46 thought that in this 47 he would only have to give her a 48 dollars. What a 49 little girl! So immediately, he 50 his lawyer sign up the contract, fearing that she would change her 51 . On the first day the millionaire paid her 52 pennies, and on the second day, two pennies times two pennies, the girl was given four pennies. Each day 53 that, he gave her the number of pennies he had given her the day before, multiplied by itself. And 54 the sixth day, the foolish millionaire had to give the clever little girl all his money. 55 is it that the little girl could have all the greedy millionaire’s money? If you are interested in it, you may try to work out this maths problem. 36.A. bring B hide C.send D.count 37.A. had B.needed C.took D.got 38.A. all B.whole C.total D.entire 39.A. dozens B.million C.thousands of D.hundreds 40.A. sadness B.joy C.hunger D.glory 41.A. dollars B.number C.pay D.amount 42.A. as if B.though C.if D.because 43.A. asking B.giving C.fetching D.taking 44.A. Really B.Well C.Surely D.Certainly 45. A. ought to B.would C.can D.might 46.A. girl B.millionaire C.two D.people 47.A. measure B.point C.way D.means 48.A. few B.little C.1ess D.much 49.A. nice B.clever C.foolish D.fine 50.A. ordered B.asked C.persuaded D.had 51.A. mind B.heart C.word D.plan 52.A. two B.some C.those D.small 53.A. before B.when C.after D.unless 54.A . in B.at C.for D.by 55.A. What B.How C.Why D.Which


During my last stay in France, I took to biking down a quiet road. Round a 36 , I found a woman sitting in front of a little shabby house. I don’t know why, but something about her attracted my 37 . I waved at her as I went by, and she must have thought I was some 38 tourist because she didn’t wave back. The same thing happened the second day. But on the third day, the old woman returned a hesitated 39 , and the next day, she 40 got out of her chair as I called out, “Morning, madam!” It became a small ritual(仪式) 41 us. She had no idea who I was, nor 42 I was coming, but she seemed to be 43 for me. On my last ride, I bought some flowers and 44 down to the house, only to find she wasn’t there. She had gone to hospital for surgeries. 45 , I tied the flowers to her gate as

a 46 gift. Back at my place, I 47 Roger, the gardener, of my missed 48 . “The old lady at the corner is suffering 49 injuries, through which walking has been troubling her,” he said, 50 “by the quiet road there used to be a station. Whenever a train passed, the couple would see the passengers waving 51 , especially the children—for them, such a ride was high adventure. 52 , everything is gone except for this couple.” It seems that my bicycle ride 53 mind her past days. As Roger said, “she has 54 the trains and the waves. You brought them back to her.” By reaching out, in a way that cost me 55 , I’d given more than I had realized. 36.A.shop B.corner C.garden D.hospital 37.A.interest B.sympathy C.feeling D.impression 38.A.willing B.humorous C.silly D.enthusiastic 39.A.weep B.smile C.wave D.look 40.A.mostly B.nearly C.hardly D.merely 41.A.among B.from C.beyond D.between 42.A.when B.where C.whether D.how 43.A.waiting B.applying C.looking D.searching 44.A.drove B.counted C.cycled D.fled 45.A.Exhausted B.Disappointed C.Relaxed D.Amazed 46.A.celebrating B.greeting C.visiting D.parting 47.A.convinced B.asked C.told D.reminded 48.A. donation B.connection C.devotion D.reaction 49.A.arm B.leg C.head D.hand 50.A.concluding B.adding C.denying D.predicating 51.A.casually B.surprisingly C.angrily D.excitedly 52.A.Therefore B.Besides C.Thus D.However 53.A.called for B.called back C.called to D.called by 54.A.passed B.missed C.forgotten D.lost 55.A.nothing B.something C.little D.much 完型:36-40 BACCB 41-45 DAACB 46-50 DCBBB 51-55 DDCBA One night I decided to spend some time building a happier and closer relationship with my daughter. For several weeks she had been 36 me to play chess (棋) with her, so I suggested a game and she eagerly 37 . It was a school night, however, and at nine o’clock my daughter asked if I could 38 my moves, because she 39 to go to bed; she had to get up at six in the morning. I 40 she had strict sleeping habits, 41 I thought she ought to be able to 42 some of this strictness. I said to her, “ 43 , you can stay up late for once. We’re having 44 .” We played on for another fifteen minutes, during which time she looked 45 . Finally she said, “Please, Daddy, do it quickly.” “No,” I replied. “If you’re going to play it 46 , you’re going to play it slowly.” And so we 47 for another ten minutes, until 48 my daughter burst into tears, and 49 that she was beaten. Clearly I had made 50 . I had started the evening wanting to have a 51 time with my daughter but had 52 my desire to win to become more 53 than my relationship with my daughter. When I was a child, my desire to win 54 me well. As a parent, I 55 that it got in my way. So I had to change.

36. A. guiding 37. A. allowed 38. A. change 39. A. agreed 40. A. knew 41. A. so 42. A. put up 43. A. As usual 44. A. patience 45. A. excited 46. A. well 47. A. discussed 48. A. nervously 49. A. promised 50. A. a mistake 51. A. free 52. A. managed 53. A. important 54. A. offered 55. A. realized

B. asking B. expected B. repeat B. needed B. learned B. for B. take up B. Go ahead B. luck B. proud B. again B. continued B. immediately B. admitted B. a decision B. different B. recognized B. attractive B. served B. apologized

C. training C. replied C. hurry C. begged C. guessed C. but C. pick up C. By the way C. fun C. anxious C. fairly C. counted C. strangely C. wondered C. an attempt C. full C. allowed C. practical C. controlled C. imagined

D. advising D. accepted D. pass D. hated D. heard D. or D. give up D. Come on D. success D. angry D. regularly D. argued D. suddenly D. discovered D. an effort D. happy D. reduced D. interesting D. taught D. explained

One day a blind man and his guide dog both lost their lives in a traffic accident. On their way to Heaven, an angel stopped them saying there was only one 36 left in Heaven so one of them had to go to Hell(地狱). The man said since his dog didn’t know the meaning of Heaven and Hell and the 37 between them, he could decide alone. The angel 38 him coldly. She said he wasn’t 39 any more since he was dead so they had to compete for staying in Heaven. The two were asked to run to the gate of Heaven. The 40 one could stay. Though disappointed, the man 41 agreed. The angel thought the man would make a 42 to the gate. However, the man walked slowly and so did his dog. The angel wondered and suddenly 43 the owner was making use of the dog’s loyalty(忠诚). The dog had got into the 44 of obeying its owner. She shouted, “your owner isn’t blind now. Run, run to the gate!” 45 they were near the Heaven’s gate, the dog was asked to 46 .The owner could enter 47 ! However, the man smiled and turned to the angel, “finally I send him to Heaven. I worry he only wants to stay with me, so I have to make the 48 for him. This is the first time I have ever 49 him myself. I couldn’t 50 walking slowly to see him more.” Then he ordered the dog to go 51 and he fell down to Hell. Suddenly the dog 52 , and all at once it rushed to its owner as fast as it could. The angel was 53 , “I was wrong. They can’t be 54 . If we only look at a matter on our own likes or dislikes, but not at a fair(公平的) point of view, we will see a false appearance 55 the truth. 36. A. subject B. stage C. place D. situation 37. A. change B. difference C. way D. reason 38. A. punished B. accepted C. refused D. greeted

39. A. blind 40. A. heavier 41. A. just 42. A. stop 43. A. imagined 44. A. habit 45. A. Before 46. A. sit 47. A. properly 48. A. trip 49. A. ordered 50. A. keep 51. A. backward 52. A. woke up 53. A. shocked 54. A. fooled 55. A. as well as

B. deaf B. thinner B. still B. rush B. announced B. custom B. Because B. leave B. easily B. try B. walked B. miss B. forward B. stood up B. puzzled B. compared B. instead of

C. weak C. cleverer C. even C. failure C. remembered C. rule C. As C. run C. lonely C. chance C. fed C. help C. upward C. fell down C. disappointed C. separated C. except for

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D. lucky D. faster D. almost D. start D. realized D. character D. Though D. move D. unwillingly D. decision D. seen D. finish D. downward D. turned around D. excited D. improved D. in addition to

One day, when I was in high school, I saw a kid named Kyle from my class walking home from school with all his books, I thought to myself, “__36__ would anyone bring home all his books for the weekend? He must really be 37__.”As I was walking, I saw several kids running toward him. They ran at him, 38 all his books out of his arms and he fell down in the dirt, His glasses went 39 and landed in the grass. My 40 went out to him. So, I ran over to him. 41 I handed him his glasses, he looked at me and said, “Hey, thanks!” I helped him pick up his books, and asked him where he lived. As it 42 , he lived near me. We talked all the way home. Over the next four years, Kyle and I became best friends. Kyle was the 43 student of our class, one of those guys that really found themselves during high school. Therefore he had the 44 to prepare a 45 speech. On the graduation day, I could see that he was 46 .So, I patted him on the back and said, “Hey, big guy, you’ll be 47 !” He looked at me and smiled. He cleared his throat, and began. “Graduation is a time to 48 those who helped you make it through those 49 years. Your parents, your teachers… but mostly your friends, I am here to tell all of you that being a friend to someone is the best 50 you can give him.” I just looked at my friend with 51 as he told the story of the first day we met. He had planned to 52 himself over the weekend and was carrying his books home. “Thankfully, nothing happened. My friend 53 me from doing the unspeakable.” Not until that moment did I realize that you should never underestimate(低估) the 54 of your actions. With one small gesture you can 55 a person’s life. For better or for worse. 36. A. How B. When C. Why D. Where 37. A. stupid B. clever C. wonderful D. anxious 38. A. throwing B. knocking C. taking D. snatching 39. A. lost B. sending C. broken D. flying 40. A. heart B. head C. hands D. thought 41. A. While B. As C. Because D. Once 42. A. passed by B. came up C. went on D. turned out 43. A. top B. hardest C. favorite D. luckiest 44. A. pride B. honor C. pleasure D. chance 45. A. class B. school C. graduation D. college 46. A. excited B. nervous C. proud D. crazy 47. A. great B. famous C. praised D. honored

48. A. reward B. remember 49. A. happy B. exciting 50. A. chance B. gift 51. A. wonder B. anxiety 52. A. kill B. enjoy 53. A. protected B. freed 54. A. price B. use 55. A. destroy B. change Ⅲ .完形填空: (20 分) 36-40 CABDA 41-45 BDABC

C. thank C. old C. help C. disbelief C. test C. warned C. power C. save 46-50 BACDB

D. congratulate D. hard D. favor D. pride D. hurt D. prevented D. meaning D. understand 51-55 CADCB




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