第一次月考）I could have easily gone through life without getting to know one of the most romantic feelings---love for a dog..
For at least ten years my 36 had been suggesting that we get a dog.There were several reasons why the idea 37.We had noticed that,on our block,couples with no children as a rule 38 one large or two small dogs.So we got one puppy 39 we too had no children.
He flew into the house with the 40 of a Formula 1(一级方程式赛车).In several minutes he ran over all the house,41 from my shoulder onto the bed,and ended up in the 42,where my wife washed him with motherly 43.From that day on,the invisible（看不见的）_44 for the love of the new member of our household began at my home.
He seemed to 45 that at once.Most of the meals that my wife had 46 for him with greater care than those for me---he didn’t 47 look at.
Every evening I went out walking with him.I could not know who was walking whom 48_ one evening,when,tired from work,I 49 the walk.The dog was very angry and dragged me out.
Last night our dog pulled me by the ear with his teeth,50 me up in my dream,and dragged me into the kitchen to make me turn off the 51 which had disturbed（干扰）his sleep.I meekly（乖乖地）52 that I had forgotten to switch off the light,but that was not 53.He looked at me like a teacher at a pupil who repeatedly makes 54.
Now we finally know who’s the 55 at home,and for twenty years we had seriously argued whether it was my wife or I.
37.A.came up withB.came outC.came upD.came on
43.A.worry B.care C.identity D.power
49.A.gave inB.gave upC.gave awayD.gave out
36-40 ACACA 41-45 BCBCB 46-50 DACBB 51-55 DCABA
3、（河北省唐山一中10-11高一月考）Professor Green,known to the world as a scientist,is not only absent-minded but short-sighted as well.His mind is always busy 41 scientific problems and seldom notices what is going on 42 him.
One fine day recently,he went 43 a walk in the countryside,but as 44 he has a book in his hand.When he went out,he began to read his book.He hadn’t gone far 45 he run into a big cow and fell down.In the fall,he had lost his glasses,without which he couldn’t see anything.He thought he had hit his head 46 a fat lady.“I’m sorry,Madam.”He said politely 47 searching for his glasses.As soon as he had 48,he realized his mistake.
Soon he was fixing his mind on his book 49 and paid no attention to anything else.He had scarcely been walking for five minutes when he fell over again,_50 both his book and his glasses.This time he got very angry,seizing his umbrella,he gave the“cow”a wild blow.Then,after finding his glasses,he realized with horror that he made a second mistake.A large fat woman was fleeing from him in a horror.
41.A.to think B.thinking C.thinking about D.to think of
42.A.with B.around C.for D.at
43.A.for B.to C.towards D.over
44.A.also B.often C.ever D.usual
45.A.when B.while C.just then D.at that time
46.A.to B.against C.about D.onto
47.A.after B.in C.before D.during
48.A.put it on B.taken them off C.put them on D.taken them out
49.A.always B.again C.usually D.very much
50.A.holding B.getting C.finding D.losing
41—45 CBADA 46---50 BCCBD