2010年高考英语试题分类汇编——完形填空(word2003)


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2010 年高考英语试题分类汇编—— ——完形填空 2010 年高考英语试题分类汇编——完形填空 (10 湖南) Behind our house is the start of a fascinating trail (小径). This trail is one of the old roads that wind through untold miles of forest. My 36 , Beans, and I walk the trail frequently. Normally, Beans sniffs alongside the trail to follow the smell of a deer track or 37 some cause known only to him. Beans is a white dog, quite handsome and very 38 . He not only understands what we tell him, but also often makes sounds as if he were trying to 39 back. One morning, we took a different route, which led us to an unfamiliar trail. I was sure this trail would eventually lead us to our familiar 40 . But, no. We seemed to be far off course. After two hours, I suddenly realized that Beans probably 41 the way home. So I urged, "Beans, take me home." He ran down a new trail. But it merely led to an intersection (岔道口) of trails. Soon it became 42 that we were getting nowhere. I began to picture the rest of the day in the 43 , without food or drink. We had walked about ten miles. But Beans seemed totally 44 . The sniffing and exploring was going well for him. Finally, we 45 a crossroad near a highway. Lady Luck suggested I should turn left. We did and 46 reached a cottage beside a field. I knocked on the door and explained my situation to an old man. He laughed and then drove us home. Since our adventure, I 47 that Beans probably knew all along how to get home. He was just having too much fan exploring new trails. 36. A. deer B. dog C. lady D. man 37. A. imagine B. consider C. explore D. present 38, A. smart B. sweet C. slow D. shy 39. A. turn B. kick C. jump D. speak 40. A. driveway B. path C. crossroad D. highway 41. A. knew B. saw C. showed D. made 42. A, mysterious B. ridiculous C. fascinating D. apparent 43. A. house B. forest C. field D. cottage 44. A. unconcerned B. unconscious C. undecided D. uncomfortable 45. A. left for B. went off C. came to D. drove toward 46. A. punctually B. frequently C. formally D. shortly 47. A. regretted B. remembered C. concluded D. confirmed D irections: Complete the following passage by filling in each blank with one word that best fits the context. Parents are busy people. If they are working, they are usually not at home 48 when/ after their children return from school. Sometimes it is necessary for a parent to write 49 an after-school note for their children. They sometimes put the note on the kitchen table, the refrigerator, 50 or another place where their children are sure to find it. A note is often a 51 better way to "talk" with a child than using the telephone. For one thing, parents have time to think about 52what they want to say before they write. For53 another, the note lists all the information in one place. It is easy to read again and again People often forget all the details that they 54 hear in a telephone call. Finally, cell phones can be turned 55 off or telephone calls not answered. For these reasons, after-school notes are very popular with parents.
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(10 江西) When Alice started to cycle home from Jenny’s house, she wasn’t nervous. She was certainly not afraid of the dark. __36_, it was only a 15-minute ride home. But halfway there, she began to wish that she hadn’t been so __37__. As she rounded a sharp bend, it suddenly __38__ cold — very cold. Alice’s breath became puffs of white cloud and her legs were so cold that it became hard to ride. With her heart beating fast, she struggled so hard to move __39__ that she didn’t hear the car which suddenly appeared beside her. She stopped by the road. The big black car also __40__. Slowly, the passenger-window began to slide down. Alice held her breath. In the soft light inside the car, something __41__. Then, the light brightened and Alice was staring at a sweet, grey-haired old lady. “Hello, dear,” said the old lady. “I need __42__. I’m afraid I’m lost. I need to find the nearest airport. I must be there in the next five minutes.” “Airport? You __43__ are lost,” Alice said. “You need to go back five kilometers __44__ you reach the T-junction. Turn left and __45__ for about another 10 kilometers to the main highway. From there, just follow the __46__ to the airport. But I’m afraid there’s no __47__ you’ll get there in five minutes!” “Thank you very much, dear,” replied the old lady. “Don’t worry — I’ll __48__ in time.” The __49__ moved up and the car started off. A little way ahead, it __50__ and with headlights flashing, it drove past Alice. But then, something __51__ happened. The car began changing. First, its color __52__from black to silvery-grey. Then, the wheels began disappearing, but the car continued to move forward, __53__ just above the ground. As the car __54__ into the dark sky, the big red tail-lights grew larger and larger and glowed more and more brightly. With a faint whistling __55__, the car was gone in seconds, leaving Alice shaking her head in disbelief… 36 A However B Besides C Therefore D Otherwise 37 A brave B excited C curious D stubborn 38 A fell B seemed C proved D grew 39 A aside B around C forward D backward 40 A arrived B stopped C stayed D started 41 A gathered B existed C dropped D moved 42 A help B gas C rest D water 43 A necessarily B normally C basically D certainly 44 A if B until C unless D as 45 A drive B walk C follow D march 46 A address B signs C notices D guidance 47 A doubt B room C time D way 48 A have it B get it C make it D finish it 49 A door B window C headlight D wheel 50 A passed B rushed C turned D continued 51 A strange B sensitive C imaginable D horrible 52 A developed B appeared C spread D faded 53 A rolling B floating C drawing D flashing 54 A pointed B returned C broke D rose 55 A tune B voice C sound D tone

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(10 山东) It was a cool October evening. Excitement and family members __36___ the hall. I was only a 7-year-old girl, but I was the center of __37___. Finally, after weeks of preparation, I would __38_ all my hard work in a dance of performance. Everything would be __39___ —so I thought. I waited baskstage all __40__ in my black tights with a golden belt. In a loud and clear voice, the master of ceremonies __41__ that my class was next. My dance class was doing a routine on wooden boxes two feet by two feet, facing the __42___. All I had to do in the next move was put one foot on the box next to mine and keep my other foot on my box. I really was an __43__ move. I was concentrating so much __44___ the huge smile on my face and holding my head up that I did not look __45__ I was going. I missed my partner’s box altogether and __46__. There I was standing on the stage floor when my classmates were on top of their boxes. I could hear giggles(咯咯笑) coming from the audience, and I felt the ___47___ rush to my face. I remembered my dance teacher had told us, “If you make a mistake, keep smiling so the audience will not ___48___.” I did my best to follow her ___49___ as I continued with the routine. When the curtain dropped, so did my __50___ for the evening. I ___51___ bitterly, tasting the salt from the tears that streamed down my face. I ran backstage, but no one could __52__ me down. Recently I realized I had been a __53__ that night. I was ___54___, but I fought the urge to run off the stage. __55___, I finished the routine with a smile on my face. Now when friends and family laugh about the time I slipped during a dance performance, I can laugh too. 36. A. filled B. visited C. attended D. decorated 37. A. pressure 38. A. take over B. impression B. show off C. debate C . look after C . obvious C. covered up C. announced C . curtain D. attention D. give up D . perfect D. mixed up D. predicted D . stage

39. A. reasonable B. suitable 40. A. dressed up B. folded up 41. A. suggested 42. A. music 43. A. easy B. explained B . audience B . active

C . adventurous D. extra C . sharing C . where C . waved C . pride C . believe C . advice C . voice C . begged C . let C . loser D . keeping D . what D . skipped D . tear D . notice D . plan D . patience D . sobbed D . put D . fool

44. A. containing B . hiding 45. A. why 46. A. wandered 47. A. blood 48. A. leave 49. A. gesture 50. A. doubts 51. A. argued 52. A. turn 53. A. star 54. A. satisfied 55. A. However B . whether B. slipped B . pleasure B . cheer B . example B . hopes B . shouted B . calm B . pioneer B . moved B . Instead

C . embarrassed D. confused C . In total D . in return

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(10 上海) Directions: Complete the following passage by using the words in the box. Each word can only be used once. Note that there is one word more than you need. A. additional B. producing E atmosphere G. matched C. regular D . predicted H. reducing I. carried E. identified J. increase

Forests in the northern half of the globe could be growing faster now than they were 200 years ago as a result of climate change, according to a study of trees in eastern America. The trees appear to have faster growth rates due to longer growing seasons and higher concentrations (浓度) of carbon dioxide in the ___41___. Geoffrey Parker, a scientist at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Centre in Edgewater. Maryland, said that the increase ha the rate of growth was unexpected and might be ___42___ to the higher temperatures and longer growing seasons documented in the region. The growth may also be influenced by the significant ___43___ in atmospheric CO2, he said. "We made a list of reasons these forests could be growing faster and then excluded half of them," Dr. Parker said. Their study suggests that northern forests may become increasingly important in ___44___ the influence of man-made CO2 on the climate. Dr. Parker and his colleagues have ___45___ out a detailed record of the trees on a(n) ___46___ basis since 1987. They calculated that due to the global warming the forest is producing ___47___ tons of wood each year. The scientists ___48___ the land with trees at different stages of growth and found that both young and old trees were showing increased growth rate. More than 90 per cent of the tree groups had grown by between two and four times faster than the scientists had ___49___ from estimates of the long-term rates of growth. III. Reading Comprehension Section A Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. The first attempt of even the most talented artists, musicians, and writers is seldom a masterpiece, If you consider your drafts as dress rehearsals (彩排), or tryouts, revising will seem a natural part of the writing ___50___. What is the purpose of the dress rehearsals and the out-of-town previews that many Broadway shows go through? The answer is adding, deleting, replacing, reordering, ___51___ revising. Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Phantom of the Opera underwent such a process. When Lloyd Webber began writing in 1984, he had in mind a funny, exciting production. However, when Phantom opened in London in 1986, the audience saw a moving psychological love story set to music. The musical had. ___52___ several revisions due, in part, to problems with costuming and makeup (戏服和化妆). For instance, Lloyd Webber ___53___ some of the music because the Phantom's makeup prevented the actor from singing certain sounds. When you revise, you change aspects of your work in ___54___ to your evolving purpose, or to include ___55___ ideas or newly discovered information. Revision is not just an afterthought that gets only as much time as you have at the end of an assignment. ___56___, it is a major stage of the writing process, and writers revise every step of the way. Even your decision to ___57___. topics while prewriting is a type of revising. However. don't make the mistake of skipping the revision stage that follows ___58___. Always make time to
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become your own ___59___and view your dress rehearsal, so to speak. Reviewing your work in this way can give you ___60___ new ideas. Revising involves ___61___ the effectiveness and appropriateness of all aspects of your writing, making your purpose more clearly, and refocusing or developing the facts and ideas you present. When you revise, ask yourself the following questions, keeping in mind the audience for whom you are writing: Is my main idea or purpose ___62___ throughout my draft? Do I ever lose sight of my purpose? Have I given my readers all of the ___63___ that is, facts, opinions, inferences --- that they need in order to understand my main idea? Finally, have I included too many ___64___ details that may confuse readers? 50. A. technique 51. A. in particular 52. A. undergone 53. A. rewrote 54. A. addition 55. A. fixed 56. A. However 57. A. discuss 58. A. drafting 59. A. director 60. A. personal 61. A. mixing 62. A. amazing 63. A. angles 64. A. unnecessary B . style B . as a result B . skipped B . released B . response B . ambitious B . Moreover B . switch B . rearranging B . master B . valuable B . weakening B . bright B . evidence B . uninteresting C . process C . for example C . rejected C . recorded C . opposition C . familiar C . Instead C . exhaust C . performing C . audience C . basic C . maintaining C . unique C . information C . concrete D . career D . in other words D . replaced D . reserved D . contrast D . fresh D . Therefore D . cover D . training D . visitor D . delicate D . assessing D . clear D . hints D . final

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(10 福建) Born in America, I spoke English, not Chinese, the language of my ancestors. When I was three, my parents flashed cards with Chinese 36 at my face, but I pushed them 37 . My mom believed I would learn 38 I was ready. But the 39 never came. On a Chinese New Year’s Eve, my uncle spoke to me in Chinese, but all I could do was 40 at him, confused, scratching my head. “Still can’t speak Chinese?” He 41 me, “You can’t even buy a fish in Chinatown.”“Hey, this is America, not China. I’ll get some 42 with or without Chinese.” I replied and turned to my mom for 43 .“Remember to ask for fresh fish, Xin Xian Yu,” she said, handing over a $20 bill. I 44 the words, running downstairs into the streets of Chinatown.I found the fish 45 surrounded in a sea of customers. “I’d like to buy some fresh fish,” I shouted to the fishman. But he 46 my English words and turned to serve the next customer. The laugh of the people behind increased 47 their impatience. With every 48 , the breath of the dragons(龙)on my back grew stronger---my blood boiling--- 49 me to cry out, “Xian Sheng Yu, please.” “ Very Xian Sheng,” I repeated. The crowd erupted into laughter. My face turned 50 and I ran back home 51 ,expect for the $20 bill I held tightly in my pocket.Should I laugh or cry? They’re Chinese. I’m Chinese. I should feel right at 52 Instead , I was the joke , a disgrace(丢脸)to the language. Sometimes , I laugh at my fish 53 , but , in the end .the joke is on 54 . Every laugh is a culture 55 ; every laugh is my heritage (传统)fading away 36. A. custom B. games C .characters . D. language 37. A. ahead B. around C. along D. aside 38. A. when B. before C. unless D. until 39. A. success B. study C. time D. attempt 40. A. aim B. joke C. nod D. stare 41. A. cared about B. laughed at C. argued with D. asked after 42. A. right now B. from now C. at times D. in time 43. A. decision B. permission C. information D. preparation 44. A. repeated B. reviewed C. spelled D. kept 45. A. farm B. stand C. pond D. market 46. A. guessed B. forgot C. doubted D. ignored 47. A. by B. as C. with D. from 48. A. second B. effort C. desire D. movement 49. A. forcing B. allowing C. persuading D. leading 50. A. bright B. blank C. pale D. red 51. A. open-mouthed B. tongue-tied C. empty-handed D. broken-hearted 52. A. service B. home C. risk D. root 53. A. trade B. deed C. challenge D. incident 54. A. it B. us C. me D. them 55. A. thrown B. lost C. divided D. reflected(10 天津) Robert Moody, 52, is an experienced police officer. Much of his work involves dealing with 16 an gang (团伙)problems in the schools of his community. Knowing that many kids often 17 trouble, he decided to do something about it. So in 1991 he began to invite small groups of kids to go . fishing with him on his day 18
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Those fun trips had a(n) 19 impact. A chance encounter in 2000 proved that. One day, 20 working security at a school basketball game, Moody noticed two young guys 21 .He sensed you. trouble between them. 22 one of them headed toward Moody and gave him a hug.”I 23 You took me 24 when I was in fifth grade. That was one of the 25 days of my life .” Deeply touched by the boy’s word, Moody decided to create a foundation(基金会)that 26 teenagers to the basics of fishing in camping programs. “As a policeman, I saw 27 there was violence, drugs were always behind it. They have a damaging 28 on the kids,” says Moody. By turning kids on to fishing, he 29 to present an alternative way of life, “When you’re sitting there waiting for a 30 ,”he says, “you can’t help but talk to each other, and such 31 can be pretty deep.” “Talking about drugs helped prepare me for the peer(同龄人)pressures in high school,” says Michelle, 17 who 32 the first program. “And I was able to help my little brother 33 drugs.” Moody faces 34 in three years, when he hopes to run the foundation full-time.”I’m living a happy life and I have a responsibility to my 35 to give back,” Moody says.”If I teach a kid to fish today, he can teach his brother to fish tomorrow.” 16. A. drinking B.drug C.security D.smoking 17. A. ran into B.got over C.left behind D.looked into 18. A.ahead B .away C.off D.out 19. A.immediate B.damaging C.limited D.lasting 20. A.once B.while C.since D.until 21. A.quarreling B.complaining C.talking D.cheering 22. A.Slowly B.Suddenly C.Finally D.Secretly 23. A.understand B.hear C. see D.remember 24. A.fishing B.sailing C.boating D. swimming. 25. A.quietest B.longest C.best D.busiest 26. A.connects B.introduces C.reduces D.commits 27. A.where B.unless C.as D.whether 28. A.impression B.burden C.decision D.impact 29. A.asked B.intended C.pretended D.agreed 30. A.solution B.change C.bite D.surprise 31. A.concerns B.interests C.conversations D.emotions 32. A. participated in B. worked out C. approved of D. made up 33. A. misuse B . avoid C . tolerate D . test 34. A. unemployment B. challenge C. competition D. retirement 35. A. team B . school C . family D . community

(10 四川) Recently,I flew to Las Vegas to attend a meeting. As we were about to arrive,the pilot announced with apology that there would be a slight 2lB efore setting down. High desert winds had 22 the airport to close all but one runway. He said that we would be 23 the city for a few minutes waiting to 24 . We were also told to remain in our seats meanwhile with our seat belts
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fastened 25 there might be a few bumps(颠簸).We11,that few minutes turned into about four—five minutes, including a ride that would make a roller coaster(过山车) 26 by comparison. The movement was so fierce that several passengers felt 27 and had to use airsickness bags. As you might guess,that’s not good thing to have happen in a(n) 28 space because it only 29 to increase the discomfort of the situation. w_w w. k#s5_u.c o*m About twenty minutes into the adventure,the entire airplane became very 30 . noticed.Every passenger simply held There was now a sense of anxiety and fear that could be 31 on for dear life …except one. A 32 was having a good time! With each bump of the33!he would let out a giggle(咯咯的笑)of delight As I observed this,I 34 that he didn’t know he was supposed to be afraid and worried about his 35 He neither thought about the past nor about the future Those are what we grown—ups have learned from 36 .He was 37 the ride because had not yet been taught to fear it. Having understood this,I took a deep breath and 38 back into my seat,pretending I was 39 on a roller coaster. I smiled for the rest of the flight. I even 40 to giggle once or twice ,much to the chagrin(随恼)of the man sitting next to me holding the airsickness bag. 21. A. mistake B . delay C . change D. wind 22. A. forced B . warned C . swept D. reminded 23. A. watching B . visiting C. circling D. crossing 24. A. arrive B . enter C . stop D . land 25. A. if B . though C . because D. while 26. A. light B . pale C . easy D . quick 27. A. sick B . nervous C . angry D. afraid 28. A. empty B . narrow C . secret D. open 29. A. happens B . continues C. fails D . serves 30.A. quiet B . hot C . dirty D. crowded 31. A. partly B . gradually C . shortly D . clearly 32. A. pilot B . baby C . guard D . man 33. A. seats B . passengers C . flight D . airplane 34. A. realized B . hoped C . agreed D. insisted 35. A. health B . safety C . joy D . future 36. A. teachers B . books C . experience D. practice 37. A. learning B . taking C . missing D . enjoying 38. A. sat B . lay C . went D . rode 39. A. nearly B . finally C . really D . suddenly 40. A. attempted B. managed C . wanted D . decided

(10 广东) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 21-3 各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳 选项,并填写在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。 Every country has its own culture. Even though each country uses doors. .Doors many have 21 functions and purposes which lead to 22 differences.
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When I first came to America, I noticed that a public building had two different 23 and they had distiFnct functions. You have to push the door with the word “PUSH” to go out of the building and to pull the door with the word “PULL” to 24 the building. This was new to me, because we use the 25 door in south Korea. For quite a few times I failed to go out of a shopping centre and was embarrassed. The way of using school bus doors was also 26 to me .I used to take the school bus to classes. The school decided that when the driver opened both the front and back doors, 27 who were getting off the bus should get off first , and students who were getting on should get on 28 . In south Korea, we do not need to wait for people to get off. One morning, I hurried to the bus ,and when the bus doors opened, I 29 _tried to get on the school bus through the front door. All the students around looked at me, I was totally 30 ,and my face went red. 21. A.different B .important C .practical D .unusual 22. A.national B .embarrassing C .cultural D .amazing 23. A.exits B .entrances C .signs D .doors 24.A.enter B .leave C .open D .close 25. A.main B .same C .front D .back 26.A.annoying B .hard C .satisfying D .strange 27.A.parents B .students C .teachers D .drivers 28.A.sooner B .later C .faster D .earlier 29.A.politely B .patiently C .unconsciously D .slowly 30.A.embarrassed B.annoyed C .unsatisfied D .excited 阅读下面短文,按照句子结构的语法性和上下文连贯的要求,在空格处填入一个适当的 词或受用括号中词语的正确形式填空,并将答案填在答题卡标号为 31~40 的相应位置上。 A young man,while traveling through a desert , csme across a spring of clear water.____31____water was sweet.He filled his leather container so that he could bring some back to an elder ____32____ had been his teacher .After a four-day journey, the young man____33___.(present) the water to the old man. His teacher took a deep drink, smiled____34____(warm), and thanked his student very much for the sweet water.The young man went home____35_____a happy heart. After the student left, the teacher let __36___student taste the water. He spit it out, __37___(say) it was awful. Apparently, it was no longer fresh because of the old leather container. He asked his teacher,” Sir, the water was awful. Why did you pretend to like ___38____?” The teacher replied,” You tasted the water. I tasted the gift. The water was simply the container for an act of kindness and love. Nothing could be ___39___ (sweet).” We understand this lesson best ____40___ we receive gifts of love from children. Whether it is a cheap pipe on a diamond necklace, the proper response is appreciation. We love the idea within the gift rather than the thing. (10 全国Ⅰ) It was a busy morning, about 8:30, when an elderly gentleman in his 80s came to the hospital. I heard him saying to the nurse that he was in a hurry for appointment (约会)at 9:30. The nurse had him take a 36 in the waiting area, 37 him it would be at least 40 minutes 38 someone would be able to see him .I saw him 39 his watch and decided, since I was 40 buy-my patient didn’t 41 at the appointed hour ,I would examine his wound, While taking care of his wound ,I asked him if he had another doctor’s appointment.
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The gentleman said no and told me that he 42 to go to the nursing home on eat breakfast with his 43 .He told me that she had been 44 for a while and that she had a special disease, I asked if she would be 45 if he was a bit late. He replied that she 46 knew who he was ,that she had not been able to 47 him for five years now. I was 48 and asked him,” And you 49 go every morning, even though she doesn’t know who you are?” He smiled and said .”She doesn’t know me, but I know who she is” I had to hold back 50 as he left. Now I 51 that in marriages, true love is 52 of all that, The happiest people don’t 53 have the best of everything; they just 54 the best of everything they have .55 isn’t about how to live through the storm, but how to dance in the rain. 36.A.breath B . test C . seat D . break 37.A.persuading B. promising C. understanding D. telling 38. A. if B . before C . since D . after 39. A. taking off B. fixing C . looking at D . winding 40. A. very B . also C . seldom D . not 41. A. turn up B. show off C . come on D . go away 42. A. needed B . forgot C . agreed D . happened 43. A. daughter B . wife C . mother D . sister 44. A late B . well C . around D . there 45. A. lonely B . worried C . doubtful D . hungry 46. A. so far B . neither C . no longer D . already 47. A. recognize B. answer C . believe D . expect 48.A. moved B . disappointed C . surprised D .satisfied 49.A. only B . then C . thus D . still 50.A. curiosity B . tears C . words D . judgment 51. A. realize B . suggest C . hope D . prove 52. A. agreement B . expression C . acceptance D . exhibition 53. A. necessarily B . completely C . naturally D . frequently 54. A. learn B . make C . favor D . try 55. A. Adventure B . Beauty C . Trust D .Life

(10 江苏)Another person’s enthusiasm was what set me moving toward the success I have achieved.That person was my stepmother. I was nine years old when she enterd our home in rural Virginia. My father__36__me to her with these words:“I would like you to meet the fellow who is___37 for being the worst boy in this county and will probably

start throwing rocks at you no ___38 than tomorrow morning.” My stepmother walked over to me, ___39 looked at my father and replied,“You are ___40 my head slightly upward,and looked me right in the eye.Then she .This is not the worst boy at all, ___41 the smartest one who

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hasn’t yet found an outlet(释放的途径)for his enthusiasm.” That statement began a(n) ___42 had built me up in my ___43 between us.No one had ever called me smart,My family and neighbors

as a bad boy . My stepmother changed all that. my father to go to a dental school,from which he graduated with and my brother

She changed many things.She ___44

honors.She moved our family into the county srat,where my father’s career could be more ___45 and I could be better___46 .

When I turned fourteen,she bought me a secondhand___47 become a writer.I knew her ernthusiasm,I___48 it had alreadly improved our lives.I accepted her ___49 same kind of___50

and told me that she believed that I could

and began to write for local newspapers.I was doing the

that great day I went to interview Andrew Carnegie and received the task which became my beneficiary (受益者).My father became the ___52 man in town.My brother

life’s work later.I wasn’t the ___51

and stepbrthers became a physician,a dentist,a lawyer,and a college president. What power __53 has!When that power is released to support the certainty of one’s purpose and is ___54

strengthened by faith,it becomes an irresistible(不可抗拒的)force which poverty and temporary defeat can never ___55 .

You can communicate that power to anyone who needs it.This is probably the greatest work you can do with your enthusiasm. 36.A.rushed 37.A.distinguished 38. A.sooner 39. A.dragged 40. A.perfect 41. A.but 42. A.ageement 43. A.opinion 44. A.begged 45. A.successful 46. A.treared 47. A.cemera 48. A.considered 49. A.belief 50. A.teahing 51. A.next 52. A.cleverest 53. A.ebthusiasm 54. A.deliberately 55. A.win B .sent B .favored B .later B .shook B .right B .so B .friendship B .image B .persuaded B .meaningful B .entertained B .radio B .suspected B .request B .writing B .same B .wealthiest B .sympathy B .happily B .match C .carried C .mistaken C .longer C .raised C .wrong C .and C .gap C .espectation C .ordered C.helpful C.educated C .bicycle C .ignored C .criticism C .studying C .only C .strongest C .fortune C .traditionally C .reach D .introduced D .rewarded D .earlier D .bent D .impolite D .or D .relationship D .mind D .invited D .useful D .respected D .typewriter D .appreciated D .description D .readingw_ D .real D .bealthiest D .confidence D.constantly D .doubt

(10 陕西) I used to live selfishly, I should admit. But one moment changed me. I was on my lunch break and had 26 the office to get something to eat . On the way, I 27a busker(街头艺人), with a hat in front of him. I had some 28 in my pocket, but I would not give them to him, thinking to myself he would 29 use the money to feed his addiction to drugs or alcohol. He 30 like that type-young and ragged. 31 what was I going to spend the money on? Only to feed my addiction to Coca-Cola or chocolate! I then 32 I had no right to place myself above 33 just because
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he was busking. I 34 and dropped all the coins into his 35, and he smiled at me, I watched for a while. As 36 as it sounds, I expected something more to come from that moment—a feeling of 37 or satisfaction, for example. But nothing happened 38 , I walked off. “It proved to be a waste of 39 ,”I thought. On my way home at the end of the 40, I saw the busker again and he was 41 . I watched him pick up the hat and walk 42 a cafe counter. There he poured the 43 contents into a tin collecting 44 an earthquake fund-raising(募捐) event. He was busking for charity(慈善)! Now I donate any 45 I have to charity tins and enjoy the feeling of giving. 26. A. left B . cleaned C . prepared D . searched 27. A. led B . chose C . saw D . fooled 28. A. chocolates B . coins C . tins D . drugs 29. A. almost B . only C . rather D . still 30. A. acted B . looked C . sounded D . smelt 31. A. Though B . For C . Therefor D . But 32. A. declared B . realized C . expected D . guessed 33. A. it B . all C . him D . them 34. A. waited B . followed C . stopped D . arrived 35. A. rag B . hat C . pocket D . counter 36. A. selfish B . awkward C . innocent D . special 37. A. happiness B . sadness C . love D . hate 38. A. Disappointedly B. Unfortunately C. Coincidentally D. Comfortably 39. A. words B . effort C . space D . money 40. A. moment B . day C . break D . event 41. A. walking around B. passing by C . packing up D. running off 42. A. around B . in C . behind D . to 43.A. chief B . basic C . actual D . total 44.A.by B . for C . on D . with 45.A.work B . time C . energy D .change

(10 全国Ⅱ) A man who knows how to write a personal letter has a very powerful tool.A letter can be enjoyed,read and 21 . It can set up a warm conversation between two people far apart(远离的); it can keep a 22 with very little effort. I will give 23 . A few years ago my older brother and I were not getting 24 We had been close as 25 but had grown apart. Our meetings were not 26 ; our conversation was filled with arguments and quarrels; and every effort to clear the air seemed to only 27 our misunderstanding.
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Then he 28 a small island in the Caribbean and we 29 touch .One day he wrote me a letter. He describeb his island and its people, told me what he was doing,said how he felt,and encouraged me to 30 . Rereading the letter, I was 31 by its humor(幽默)and clever expressions,These were all qualities for which I had 32 respected my order brother but 33 he no longer had them.I had never known he could write so 34 .And with that one letter we became friends 35. It might never have occurred to 36 to write me if he had not been in a place where there were no 37 ,For him, writing was a necessity, It also turned out to be the best way for us to get back in touch.Because we live in an age of 38 communication(通讯),people often 39 that they don’t always have to phone or email. They have a 40 . And that is to write. 21. A.received 22.A.record 23.A.an example 24.A. through 25.A.brothers 26.A.normal 27.A.deepen 28.A.toured 29.A.lost 30.A.think 31.A.driven 32.A.never 33.A.realized 34.A.well 35.A.later 36.A.us 37.A.mail services 38.A.poor 39A.believe 40.A.habit B.rewritten B .promise B.a lesson B .together B .children B .necessary B .start B .stopped over B .kept in B .write B .beaten B .seldom B .judged B .often B .anyhow B .anyone else B.transport B .easy B.decide B .choice C.returned C.friendship C.an experience C.along C.fellows C.pleasant C .express C.reached C .needed C .enjoy C .surprised C .sometimes C .thought C .much C .too C.someone C.phones C .popular C .argue C .method D .reread D .secret D.a talk D .away D .classmates D .possible D .settle D.moved to D .got in D .read D .honored D.once D .expected D .soon D .again D .my brother D .relatives D .busy D . forget D . plan

(10 湖北) The passengers on the bus watched with sympathy as Susan made her way carefully up the the seats, settled in one of them. steps. She paid the driver and then, using her hands to 31 It had been a year since Susan became blind. As the result of an accident she was suddenly thrown into a world of 32 . Susan’s husband Mark watched her 33 into to use every possible means to help his wife. hopelessness and he was 34 Finally, Susan felt ready to 35 to her job, but how would she get there? She used to take
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the bus, but she was now too 36 to get around the city by herself. Mark 37 to ride the bus with Susan each morning and evening 38 she could manage it by herself. Susan to and from work each day. He taught her how to rely on For two weeks, Mark 39 her other 40 , specifically her hearing, to determine where she was and how to adapt to her new 41 . At last, Susan decided that she was ready to try the trip 42 . Monday morning arrived. Before she left, she hugged her husband 43 , her eyes filled with tears of gratitude 感激) ( .She ways. Each day went perfectly, and said good-bye and, for the first time, they went their 44 a wild excitement 45 Susan. She was doing it! On Friday morning, Susan took the bus to work 46 . As she was getting off the bus, the driver said, “Miss, I sure 47 you.” Curious, Susan asked the driver 48 . “You know ,every morning for the __49_week,a fine-looking gentleman in a military uniform has been standing across the corner watching you until you enter your office building safely,” the bus driver said. Tears of happiness poured down Susan’s cheeks. She was so lucky for he had given her a gift more powerful than_50_,That is the gift of love that can bring light where there is darkness. 31.A. touch B .grab C .count D .feel 32.A.weakness B . sickness C .darkness D .sadness 33.A.run B .sink C .jump D .step 34.A.inspired B .determined C .honored D .pleased 35.A.return B .adjust C .contribute D .stick 36.A.dred B .astonished C .depressed D .frightened 37.A.volunteered B .attempted C .continued D .struggled 38.A.when B .as C .until D .after 39.A.drove B .direted C .accompanied D .sent 40.A.feeling B .organs C .skills D .senses 41.A.position B .environment C.status D .role 42.A.on her own B .in person C .to her benefit D .on foot 43.A.politely B .calmly C .briefly D .tightly 44.A.opposite B .separate C .fixed D .lonely 45.A.took charge of B .took place of C.took advantage of D .took hold of 46.A.as usual B .as a rule C.as well D .as a consequence 47.A.respect B .evry C .know D .support 48.A.what B .how C . why D .who 49.A.past B .same C .first D .next 50.A.courage B .will C .sight D .wisdom (10 辽宁) When I first entered university, my aunt, who is an English professor, gave me a new English dictionary. I was __36___to see that it was an English dictionary, also known as a monolingual dictionary._37___it was a dictionary intended for non—native learners, none of my classmates had one __38__, to be honest, I found it extremely __39_ to use at first. I would look up words in the dictionary and _40__ not fully understand the meaning. I was used to the __41__ bilingual dictionaries, in which the words are _42__ both in English and Chinese. I really wondered why my
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aunt __43_ to make things so difficult for me. Now, after studying English at university for three years, I _44__ that monolingual dictionaries are __45_ in learning a foreign language As I found out, there is __46_ often no perfect equivalence(对应)between two _47___ in two language. My aunt even goes so far as to 48___ that a Chinese “equivalent” can never give you the __49___ meaning of a word in English! ___50_ , she insisted that I read the definition(定 义) of a world in a monolingual dictionary __51___ I wanted to get a better understanding of its meaning. ____52__, I have come to see what she meant. Using a monolingual dictionary for learners has helped me in another important way. This dictionary uses a(n) 53 number of words, around 2, 000, in its definitions. When I read these definitions, I am 54 exposed to(接触)the basic words and learn how they are used to this, I can express myself more easily in English. explain objects and ideas. 55 36.A.worried B.sad C.surprised D.nervous 37.A.Because B.Although C.Unless D.If 38.A.but B.so C.or D.and 39.A.difficult B.interesting C.ambiguous D.practical 40.A.thus B.even C.still D.again 41.A.new B.familiar C.earlier D.ordinary 42.A.explained B.expressed C.described D.created 43.A.offered B.agreed C.decided D.happened 44.A.imagine B.recommend C.predict D.understand 45.A.natural B.better C.easier D.convenient 46 A.at best B.in fact C.at times D.in case 47.A.words B.names C.ideas D.characters 48.A.hope B.declare C.doubt D.tell 49.A.exact B.basic C.translated D.expected 50.A.Rather B.However C.Therefore D.Instead 51.A.when B.before C.until D.while 52.A.Largely B.Generally C.Gradually D.Probably 53.A.extra B.average C.total D.limited 54.A.repeatedly B.nearly C.immediately D.anxiously 55.A.According to B.In relation to C.In addition to D.Because of

(10 北京) I met Mrs. Neidl in the ninth grade on a stage-design team for a play and she was one of the directors. Almost instantly I loved her. She had an Unpleasant voice and a direct way of speaking, 36 she was encouraging and inspiring. For some reason, she was impressed with my work and me. Mrs. Neidl would ask me for my 37 . She wanted to know how I thought we should 38 things. At first I had no idea how to answer because I knew 39 about stage design! But I slowly began to respond to her 40 . It was cause and
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effect: She believed I had opinions, so I began to 41 them. She trusted me to complete things, so I completed them perfectly. She loved how 42 I was, so I began to show up to paint more and more. She believed in me, so I began to believe in myself. Mrs. Neidl's 43 that year was, "Try it. We can always paint over it 44 !"I began to take 45 . I had been so afraid of failing but suddenly there was no failing--only things to be 46 upon. I learned to dip my brush into the paint and 47 create something. The shy, quiet freshman achieved success that year. I was 48 in the program as "Student Art Assistant" because of the time and effort I'd put in. It was that year that I 49 I wanted to spend the rest of my life doing stage design. B eing on that stage-design team 50 Mrs. Neidl changed me completely. Not only was I stronger and more competent than I had thought, but I also 51 a strong interest and a world I hadn't known existed. She taught me not to 52 what people think I should do: She taught me to take chances and not be 53 . Mrs. Neidl was my comforter when I was upset. Her 54 in me has inspired me to do things that I never imagined 55 . 36. A. and B . yet C . so D . for 37. A. opinion B . impression C . information D . intention 38. A. make B . keep C . handle D . change 39. A. anything B . something C . everything D . nothing 40. A. questions B . comments C . explanations D. remarks 41. A. hold B . follow C . evaluate D . form 42. A. happy B . lively C . reliable D . punctual 43. A. message B . motto C . saying D . suggestion 44. A. again B . more C . instead D . later 45. A. steps B . control C . charge D . risks[ 46. A. improved B . acted C . looked D . reflected47. A. easily B . carefully C . confidently D . proudly 48. A. introduced B . recognized C . identified D . considered 49. A. confirmed B . decided C . realized D . acknowledged 50. A. with B . below C . of D . by 51. A. developed B . discovered C . took D . fostered 52. A. accept B . care C . judge D . wonder 53. A. bored B . lazy C . sad D . afraid 54. A. trust B . patience C . curiosity D o interest 55. A. accessible B . enjoyable C . possible D . favorable

(10 重庆) Introduction to Letters to Sam Dear Reader, Please allow me to tell you something before you read this book. When my 36 , Sam, was born, my heart was filled with joy. I had been sitting in a wheelchair for 20 years before then, and I have been 37 ill many times. So I wondered if I would have the 38 to tell Sam what I had 39 . For years I have been hosting a program on the 40 and writing articles for a magazine.
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Being 41 to move freely, I have learned to sit still and keep my heart 42 , exchanging thoughts with thousands of listeners and 43 . So when Sam was born, I 44 to tell him about school and friendship, romance and work, love and everything else. That’s how I started to write these 45 . I hope that Sam would 46 them sooner or later. However, that expectation 47 when Sam showed signs of autism (自闭症) at the age of two. He had actually stopped talking before the discovery of the signs. He 48 to communicate with others, even the family members. That was 49 for me but didn’t stop me writing on. I realized that I had even 50 now to tell him. I wanted him to 51 what it means to be “different” from others, and learn how to fight against the misfortune he’ll 52 as I myself, his grandfather, did. I just 53 if I could write all that I wanted to say in the rest of my life. Now, 54 the book has been published, I have been given the chance. Every chapter in the book is a letter to Sam: some about my life, and all about what it means to be a 55 . D aniel Gottlieb 36. A. son B. nephew C. brother D. grandson 37. A. seriously B. mentally C. slightly D. quietly 38. A. ability B. time C. courage D. responsibility 39. A. written B. suffered C. observed D. lost 40. A. radio B. television C. stage D. bed 41. A. ready B. unable C. anxious D. eager 42. A. warm B. broken C. closed D. open 43. A. hosts B. visitors C. readers D. reporters 44. A. began B. stopped C. forgot D. decided 45. A. letters B. emails C. books D. diaries 46. A. find B. read C. collect D. keep 47. A. developed B. disappeared C. changed D. arrived 48. A. tried B. refused C. regretted D. hoped 49. A. exciting B. acceptable C. strange D. heartbreaking 50. A. less B. everything C. more D. nothing 51. A. understand B. explain C. believe D. question 52. A. fear B. face C. know D. cause 53. A. felt B. guessed C. saw D. doubted 54. A. as B. once C. though D. if 55. A. teacher B. child C. man D. writer (10 浙江) I will never forget the year I was about twelve years old. My mother told us that we would not be _21_ Christmas gifts because there was not enough money. I felt sad and thought, “What would I say when the other kids asked what I’d 22 ?” Just when I started to 23 that there would not be a Christmas that year, three women 24 at our house with gifts for all of us. For me they brought a doll. I felt such a sense of 25 that I would no longer have to be embarrassed when I returned to school. I wasn’t 26 . Somebody had thought 27 of me to bring me a gift. Years later, when I stood in the kitchen of my new house, thinking how I wanted to make my 28 Christmas there special and memorable, I 29 remembered the women’s visit. I decided
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that I wanted to create that same feeling of 30 for as many children as I could possibly reach. So I 31 a plan and gathered forty people from my company to help. We gathered about 125 orphans (孤儿) at the Christmas party. For every child, we wrapped colorful packages filled with toys, clothes, and school supplies, 32 with a child’s name. We wanted all of them to know they were 33 . Before I called out their names and handed them their gifts, I 34 them that they couldn’t open their presents 35 every child had come forward. Finally the 36 they had been waiting for came as I called out, “One, two, three. Open your presents!” As the children opened their packages, their faces beamed and their bright smiles 37 up the room. The 38 in the room was obvious, and 39 wasn’t just about toys. It was a feeling –the feeling I knew 40 that Christmas so long ago when the women came to visit. I wasn’t forgotten. Somebody thought of me. I matter. 21. A. sending B. receiving C. making D. exchanging 22. A. found B. prepared C. got D. expected 23. A. doubt B. hope C. suggest D. accept 24. A. broke in .B. settled down C. turned up D. showed off 25. A. relief B. loss C. achievementD. justice 26. A. blamed B. loved C. forgotten D. affected 27. A. highly B. little C. poorly D. enough 28. A. present B. first C. recent D. previous 29. A. hardly B. instantly C. regularly D. occasionally 30. A. strength B. independence C. importance D. safety 31. A. kept up with B. caught up with C. came up withD. put up with 32. A. none B. few C. some D. each 33. A. fine B. special C. helpful D. normal 34. A. reminded B. guaranteed C. convinced D. promised 35. A. after B. until C. when D. since 36. A. chance B. gift C. moment D. reward 37. A. lit B. took C. burned D. cheered 38. A. atmosphere B. sympathy C. calmness D. joy 39. A. it B. such C. something D. everybody 40. A. by B. till C. for D. from

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