I became lame（瘸的）in both legs in my childhood.I can’t stand 16the support of two sticks.Only in my wheelchair can I“17”.
I still remember the first day at 18.When I appeared at the door,19in the classroom stared（凝视）at me in 20.My face turned 21.I couldn’t help22back.It was the 23and sympathy（同情）in their eyes that 24me doing so.I went shyly towards an unoccupied(空的)seat.
Being lame,I didn’t dare(敢)to 25in front of my classmates.I was afraid that I might be 26at.In those days I was very sad to see others walking 27.
One day,a few students came up to me and asked me to go outside.I was really 28.They encouraged me with a(n)29smile and 30me in my wheelchair from place to place.I was 31to them for giving me a chance to see the 32 of our lovely school with my own eyes.
After that we often read,played and talked together.My friends are always 33to help me.It made me 34I am handicapped(残疾的).
Once they asked me,“What is the most beautiful thing in our school?”Without hesitation(犹豫)I said,“It is the 35.”
16.A.with B.without C.under D.on
17.A.walk B.run C.sit D.stand
18.A.school B.wheelchair C.home D.hospital
19.A.he B.she C.everyone D.nobody
20.A.thought B.interest C.anger D.surprise
21.A.red B.brown C.white D.black
22.A.entering B.hiding C.coming D.turning
23.A.feeling B.kindness C.sorrow D.pain
24.A.made B.stopped C.kept D.let
25.A.walk B.study C.practice D.speak
26.A.laughed B.smiled C.stared D.looked
27.A.quickly B.slowly C.happily D.shyly
28.A.brave B.sad C.hurt D.excited
29.A.honest B.friendly C.luckily D.handsome
30.A.pushed B.placed C.drew D.pulled
31.A.satisfied B.sorry C.loyal D.thankful
32.A.signs B.sights C.buildings D.students
33.A.ready B.smart C.wise D.unwilling
34.A.forget B.remember C.imagine D.think
35.A.teachers B.schoolyard C.classmates D.friendship
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She was a four-year-old girl with very fine golden hair when I first met her.She was carrying a bowl of soup.I was 29 at that time and 16 from the flu.
Her mom and I had been friends for years.17 that friendship grew into care,from care into 18 and marriage.Marriage brought the three of us together as a 19.At first I was afraid to be a“stepfather”.Therefore,I tried not to come 20 my future daughter and her 21 father.I acted in that way in order to be liked.However,22 she was growing up,I found it increasingly hard to 23 with her.
Once her school required the parents to individually write an open and 24 letter to our children.I wrote a letter about a little golden-haired girl who had 25 me a bowl of soup when I needed 26.
A week later,all the parents 27 together with our children.The students were allowed to make a few statements.I was 28 to hear what my daughter would say.
Finally my daughter 29 make her way up to the microphone.She said something like others and then 30,“At this very moment,I just want to say…I love you,Father.”
Immediately people around me started 31 at me.For a teenage girl to say 32 in front of so many people,“I love you,”took a great deal of courage.
Since then I have 33 to understand I didn’t need to have any 34 about being a stepfather.I can still 35 honest love with the same little girl I met so many years before－carrying a bowl full of what turned out to be kindness.I can also be friends with the girl－my dear daughter.
16.A.hurting B.attacking C.suffering D.experiencing
17.A.Immediately B.Finally C.Especially D.Generally
18.A.like B.pleasure C.excitement D.love
19.A.union B.group C.family D.whole
20.A.between B.among C.from D.for
21.A.natural B.following C.untrue D.old
22.A.after B.as C.with D.before
23.A.connect B.share C.communicate D.argue
24.A.honest B.formal C.powerful D.responsible
25.A.taken B.shown C.shared D.brought
26.A.cure B.care C.help D.friend
27.A.presented B.invited C.gathered D.asked
28.A.glad B.hopeful C.serious D.anxious
29.A.determinedly B.independently C.patiently D.unexpectedly
30.A.lasted B.declared C.continued D.responded
31.A.hugging B.smiling C.kissing D.celebrating
32.A.quietly B.openly C.brightly D.attractively
33.A.used B.stepped C.desired D.come
34.A.courage B.fear C.happiness D.idea
35.A.exchange B.send C.expect D.fall
16—20 CBDCA 21—25 ABCAD 26—30 BCDAC 31—35 BBDBA
Unfortunately man has killed wild animals,polluted rivers and cut down forests through the ages.But lately people are beginning to realize that their own lives depend on the way they treat“Nature and living things”in it.
Man has 16 ways of showing his love to nature.He says he loves it,although he often 17 its beauty.While walking through the woods,how many times have we picked flowers,planted roots and all?Then later,as the 18 wither(枯萎),we throw them away.That’s one of the reasons 19 many kinds of plants and flowers have become rare(稀少).Or have you 20 wondered where all the thousands of New Year trees come from and 21 happens to them once the 22 are over?
Man destroys nature by polluting the air.That’s probably the greatest danger 23 our lives.The smoke from factories and 24 from cars and trucks do not harm only the surrounding vegetation(植被),it 25 our health,too.
Man pollutes rivers,seas and oceans.Just think of the 26 fish that die by the thousands because of polluted waters.
Biologists have 27 that all kinds of wild life are 28 in the areas where they live.Even the wolf,which we 29 dangerous and“bad”,plays an important role in nature.Here is an interesting example.There is a large 30 in one of the Great Lakes between Canada and the US.Early in this century many wild deer invaded(涌入)the island.Nobody knows how they 31 there.
The deer multiplied(繁殖)until there were as many as 40000 on the island.They destroyed 32 of the vegetation on it.Finally as they couldn’t find enough 33 they began to starve and die.Then came the wolf:34 knows how wolves got to the island,but they 35.The wolves killed those deer that were easiest to catch—the sick,the weak and the old.So only the strong and the healthy animals were left.The island become green once again and there was enough food for the deer that were left.
A.lovely B.strange C.many D.much
A.harms B.breaks C.injury D.destroys
A.stems B.branches C.leaves D.flowers
A.what B.how C.why D.when
A.still B.ever C.even D.quite
A.which B.that C.what D.how
A.years B.meetings C.parties D.holidays
A.to B.of C.about D.for
A.waters B.smells C.gases D.whistles
A.effects on B.efforts for C.reasons for D.causes of
A.poor B.weak C.strong D.ill
A.studied B.developed C.invented D.discovered
A.valuable B.need C.necessary D.helped
A.consider B.think it C.regard D.sound
A.field B.land C.mountain D.island
A.left B.got C.reached to D.arrived in
A.a whole B.most C.more D.more much
A.plants B.rice C.vegetation D.food
A.Nobody B.Anybody C.Somebody D.Everybody
35.A.got B.went C.arrive D.did
16—20 BDDCB 21—25 CCACA 26—30 ADCAD 31—35 BBDAD
The night was dark,though sometimes the moving clouds allowed a star or two to be seen in the sky.The poor men held on to any bit of 16 they could find.They called to the Marie for17but she was far beyond the reach of the human voice.At one o'clock in the morning suddenly some 18were seen in the distance:another ship!The shouts of the 19were heard on board,and willing hands pulled them out of the water.The 20of the ship that had arrived at the scene in time to 21 their lives was the Ellen.What had 22 her to the exact spot through the darkness and the pathless sea Her captain had known 23 of the wreck(沉船)and had,24,attemptedto sail away from it.But let him speak for 25.
"26 I was forced by the wind to change course(航线),a small bird flew 27 the ship once or twice and then flew at my face.I took no 28 of this until exactly the same thing happened a 29 time,which caused me to think it rather 30.While I was 31 this,the same bird,for the third time,made its appearance and flew about in the 32 way as before.I was then persuaded to change my course back to the original(原先的)one.I had not gone far 33 I heard a strange voice;and when I tried to 34 where they came from,I found I was in the middle of people who had been shipwrecked.I 35did my best to save them."
17.A.food B.helpC.hope D.life
18.A.1ights B.ships C.people D.houses
19.A.swimmersB.sailors C.fishes D.rescuers
20.A.owner B.captain C.name D.diver
21.A.make B.lose C.keep D.save
22.A.brought B.caused C.carried D.helped
23.A.something B.nothing C.anything D.everything
24.A.however B.instead C.indeed D.therefore
26.A.Just as B.Even if C.Only becauseD.As seen as
28.A.notice B.attention C.look D.interest
29.A.first B.second C.third D.long
30.A.unusual B.friendly C.funny D.surprising
31.A.thinking B.searching C.wondering D.considering
32.A.different B.same C.wrong D.direct
33.A.until B.while C.when D.after
34.A.make sure B.look out C.learn from D.be certain
35.A.carefully B.immediately C.bravely D.probably
16---20DBAAC 21---25DABCD 26---30 ACABA 31---35DBCAB
More and more students want to study in“hot”majors．As a 16,many students wantto17their interests and study in these 18such as foreign languages,international business and law,etc．Fewer and fewer students choose scientific majors,19maths,physics and biology,and art20,like history,Chinese and philosophy（哲学）．
21students can study in these“hot”majors,because the 22of these“hot”majors is limited．
If 23has no interest in his work or study,24can he do well?I25this from one of my classmates．He is 26the countryside．His parents are farmers．Though he27biology,he chose“international business”．He 28to live a life which is different from29of his parents．In the end,he found he was not 30in doing business．He found all the subjects to be 31．32this wouldn't have happened if he had chosen his major according to his own interests．
Choosing a major in university 33decide one's whole life．Majors34are not“hot”today may become the“hot”major of tomorrow．Choosing your major according to your own 35is the best way to succeed．
16．A．person B．way C．teacher D．result
17．A．give up B．pick upC．take up D．make up
18．A．places B．subjectsC．areas D．schools
19 A．for example B．such as C．as to D．as well as
20．A．images B．majors C．features D．museums
A．Only a few B．Quite a few C.Perhaps few D.the.few
A．number B．power C．level D．degree
23．A．that B．those C．one D．ones
24．A．why B．where C．how D．when
25．A．suggested B．guessed C．searched D．heard
26．A．above B．off C．in D．from
27．A．studies B．likes C．learns D．fails
28．A．wants B．starts C．refuses D．stops
29．A．what B．that C．which D．one
30．A．rich B．clever C．interested D．easy
31．A．lovely B．valuable C．simple D．tiresome
32．A．So B．Then C．Just then D．Maybe
33．A．does B．does not C．will D．can often
34．A．what B．in which C．which D．when
35．A．interests B．experiences C．mind D．skill
16-20DACBB 21-25AACCD 26-30 DBABC 31-35DDBCA
A land free from destruction(破坏),plus wealth,natural resources,and labor supply—all these were important 1 in helping England to become the center for the Industrial Revolution.2 they were not enough.Something 3 was needed to start the industrial process.That“something special”was men—4 individuals who could invent machines,find new 5 of power,and establish business organizations to reshape(改造)society.
The men who 6 the machines of the Industrial Revolution 7 from many backgrounds and many occupations.Many of them were 8 inventors than scientists.A man who is a 9 scientist is primarily interested in doing his research 10.He is not necessarily working 11 that his findings can be used.
An inventor or one interested in applied science is 12 trying to make something that has an actual 13.He may try to solve a problem by using the theories 14 science or by experimenting through correct and error.Regardless of his method,he is working to obtain a 15 result:the construction of a harvesting machine,the burning of a light bulb,or one of 16 other objectives.
Most of the people who 17 the machines of the Industrial Revolution were inventors,not trained scientists.A few were both scientists and inventors.Even those who had 18 or no training in science might not have made their inventions 19 a ground work had not been laid by scientists years20.
16.A.cases B.reasons C.factors D.situations
17.A.But B.And C.Besides D.Even
18.A.else B.near C.extra D.similar
194.A.generating B.effective C.motivating(动机)D.creative
20.A.origins B.sources C.bases D.discoveries
21.A.employed B.created C.operated D.controlled
22.A.came B.arrived C.stemmed D.appeared
23.A.less B.better C.more D.worse
24.A.true B.practical C.pure D.clever
25.A.happily B.occasionally C.unwillingly D.accurately
26.A.now B.and C.all D.so
27.A.seldom B.sometimes C.usually D.never
28.A.plan B.use C.idea D.means
29.A.of B.with C.to D.as
30.A.single B.only C.specialized D.specific
31.A.few B.those C.many D.all
32.A.proposed B.developed C.supplied D.offered
33.A.little B.much C.some D.any
34.A.as B.if C.because D.while
35.A.ago B.past C.ahead D.before
16---20 C A A D B 21—25 BACCD26—30 DCBAD31—35 CBABD