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I arrived in the classroom, ready to share my knowledge and experience with 75 students who would be my English Literature class. Having taught in the US for 17 years, I had no 36 about my ability to hold their attention and to 37 on them my admiration for the literature(文学)of my mother tongue. I was shocked when the monitor shouted, “ 38 !” and the entire class rose as I entered the room, and I was somewhat 39 about how to get them to sit down again, but once that awkwardness(尴尬)was over, I quickly 40 my calmness and began what I thought was a fact – packed lecture, sure to gain their respect – perhaps 41 their admiration. I went back to my office with the rosy glow which comes from a (n) 42 of achievements. My students 43 diaries. However, as I read them, the rosy glow was gradually 44 by a strong sense of sadness. The first diary said, “Our literature teacher didn’t teach us anything today. 45 her next lecture will be better.” Greatly surprised, I read diary after diary, each expressing a 46 subject. “Didn’t I teach them anything? I described the entire philosophical framework(哲学体系) of Western thought and laid the historical 47 for all the works we’ll study in class,” I complained. “How 48 they say I didn’t teach them anything?” It was a long term, and it 49 became clear that my ideas about education were not the same as 50 of my students. I thought a teacher’s job was to raise 51 questions and provide enough background so that students could 52 their own conclusions. My students thought a teacher’s job was to provide 53 information as directly and clearly as possible. What a difference! 54 , I also learned a lot, and my experience with my Chinese students has made me a 55 American teacher, knowing how to teach in a different culture. 36.A.worry B.idea C.doubt D.experience 37.A.impress B.put C.leave D.fix 38.A.Attention B.Look out C.At ease D.Stand up 39.A.puzzled B.sure C.curious D.worried 40.A.found B.returned C.regained D.followed 41.A.more B.even C.yet D.still 42.A.thought B.sense C.feeling D.idea 43.A.wrote B.borrowed C.kept 44.A.replaced B.taken C.caught D.moved 45.A.Naturally B.Perhaps C.Fortunately D.Reasonably 46.A.different B.same C.similar D.usual 47.A.happenings B.characters C.development D.background 48.A.should B.can C.will D.must 49.A.immediately B.certainly C.simply D.gradually 50.A.that B.what C.those D.ones 51.A.difficult B.interesting C.ordinary D.unusual 52.A.draw B.getYCY C.decide D.give 53.A.strange B.standard C.exact D.serious

54.A.Therefore 55.A.normal 36—40 CADAC

B.However B.happy

C.Besides C.good

D.Though D.better

41—45 BBCAB

46—50 CDBDC 51—55 BACBD

Brownie and Spotty were neighbour dogs who met every day to play together. Like pairs of dogs you can find in any __36__, these two dogs loved each other and played __37__ so often that they had worn a path through the grass of the field between their own houses. One evening, Brownie’s family __38__ that Brownie hadn’t returned home. They went looking for him with no __39__. Brownie didn’t appear the next day, and, despite their __40__ to find him, by the next week he was still missing. Curiously, Spotty __41__ at Brownie’s house alone, barking. Busy with their own lives, they just ignored (to pay no attention to) the __42__ little neighbour dog. Finally, one morning Spotty __43__ to take “no” for an answer. Spotty followed Ted about, barking strongly, then running towards a nearby wood, as if to say, “__44__ me! It’s urgent!” Ted followed the anxious Spotty. The little dog led the man to a __45__ spot a half mile from the house. There Ted found his beloved Brownie __46__, one of his hind legs stuck in a steel leg hold trap. Horrified, Ted now wished he’d taken Spotty’s earlier requirement __47__. Then Ted noticed something quite remarkable. Spotty had done more than simply __48__ Brownie’s owner to his trapped friend. In a circle around the __49__ dog, Ted found some dog food---which was later __50__ as the remains of every meal Spotty had been fed that __51__! Spotty had been visiting Brownie __52__, in a single-minded quest to keep his friend alive by offering his own comfort. Spotty had obviously stayed with Brownie to protect him from being hurt, snuggling (依偎) with him at night to keep him __53__ and touching him gently with its nose to keep his spirits up. Brownie’s __54__ was treated by a veterinarian and he recovered. For many years afterwards, the two families watched the faithful friends frolicking (嬉戏) __55__ chasing each other down that well-worn path between their houses. 36. A. village B. story C. neighborhood D. film 37. A. together B. wildly C. separately D. happily 38. A. watched B. heard C. feared D. noticed 39. A. hope B. success C. failure D. information 40. A. wishes B. demands C. efforts D. worries 41. A. went up B. showed up C. took up D. put up 42. A nervous B. eager C. angry D. clever 43. A. decided B. refused C. wanted D. pretended 44. A. Love B. Hit C. Forgive D. Follow 45. A. beautiful B. distant C. wild D. clean 46. A. alive B. dead C. brave D. sleepy 47. A. immediately B. seriously C. directly D. honestly

48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

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B. B. B. B. B. B. B.

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55. A. but 36—40 C A D B C D

B. or 41—45 B A B D C

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D. and 51—55 D B C A

There once was a little boy who wanted to meet God . He knew it was a long trip to where God lived , so he root beer and he started his 21 22 his suitcase with Twinkies and a six-pack of . 23 in

When he had gone about three blocks , he met an old woman . She was his 24

the park just staring at some pigeons (鸽子).The boy sat down next to her and opened .He was about to take drink from his root beer when he noticed that 25 ,so he offered her a Twinkie . She 27 26 was so pretty that he boy wanted to the old lady looked see it 28 29

accepted it and smiled at him . Her The boy was ! 30

, so he offered her a root beer . Once again she smiled at him . eating and smiling , but they never said a word . 31 he was and he got up to leave , 32 33 around , ran back to smile ever .

They sat there all

As it grew dark , the boy realized how

but before he had gone more than a few steps , he the old woman and gave her a hug . She gave him her was 34 by the look of joy on his face . 35 36

When the boy opened the door to his own house a short time later , his mother She asked him , “What did you do today that made you so happy?” He replied , “I had he added , “You know seen !” Meanwhile , the old woman , also radiant (容光焕发的) with returned to her home . Her son was shocked by the look of She replied , “I 21.A.packed 39 B.carried 38 on her face and he asked , “Mother , what did you do today that made you so happy?” Twinkies in the park with God.” But before her 40 than I expected.” D.arranged C.delivered son responded , she added , “You know , he’s much 37 , with God.” But before his mother could respond , ? She’s got the most beautiful smile I’ve ever 23.A.standing 24.A.suitcase 25.A.worried 26.A.willingly 27.A.face 28.A.again 29.A.satisfied 30.A.morning 31.A.happy 32.A.turned 33.A.commonest 34.A.surprised 35.A.a talk 36.A.why 38.A.victory 39.A.sold 40.A.nobler 21~25 ABCAC

B.journey B.playing B.bag B.pale B.joyfully B.skirt B.often B.delighted B.tired B.looked B.biggest B.terrified B.a walk B.who B.fear B.regret B.baked B.taller 26~30 DCABD C.sitting C.hungry C.respectfully C.further C.moved C.night C.bored C.walked C.weakest C.impressed C.what C.anger C.peace C.drank C.wiser 36~40 CACDD D.waiting D.poor D.gratefully D.ring D.soon D.shocked D.afternoon D.thirsty D.jumped D.trickiest D.attracted D.lunch D.where D.content D.surprise D.ate D.younger

31~35 BABAD

Your friends might be in Australia or maybe just down the road , but they are all just a few clicks (点击)away. Life has 21 for millions of tee all just a few clicks (点击)away. Life has 21 for millions of teenagers across the world who now make friends online. 22 you use chat rooms, QQ, MSN or ICQ, you are 23 of a virtual community(虚拟社区). “I rarely talk with my parents or grandparents, 24 I talk a lot with my old friends on QQ,” said Fox’s Shadow, the online nickname(网名)used by a Senior 2 girl in China. “Eighty per cent of my classmates use QQ 25 school.” QQ is the biggest messaging 26 in China. A record 4 million people used it one Saturday night in October, 27 to Tencent, the company which developed QQ. And Fox’s Shadow might well have been one of them. “I log in (登陆) on Friday nights, and Saturdays or Sundays when I feel 28 . I usually 29 about 10 hours chatting online every week,”she said. “But I rarely talk with 30 , especially boys or men.” Even though she likes chatting, she is careful about making online. “You don’t know who you trust online.” 31 with strangers 32 you’re talking to. You should 33 be careful about

Many people would like to meet offline when they feel they have got to someone It was a girl who was a comic fan like


very well. Fox’s Shadow once met one of her online friends face to face. 35 and they went to a comic show together.

However, not all teenagers have been so 36 . At the beginning of this year, a 17-year-old girl was killed after meeting a friend she had found on QQ. The criminals weren’t 37 until last month. A 16-year-old Beijing boy, known online as Bart Simon, dislikes QQ users. “I used to chat on QQ, but I found that most people were talking 38 ,” he said. Now he chats online in English, using MSN. But he spends little time chatting as he sees it as a 39 of time and money. “If you are really can’t concentrate in class,” he said. 21. 22. Unless 23. number 24. still 25. since 26. 27. 28. 29. spend 30. 31. friends 32. these 33. always 34. judge A. know B. recognize C. tell D. A. often B. usually C. sometimes D. A. who B. that C. whose D. A. friends A. relation B. adults B. touch C. males C. contact D. D. strangers A. service A. granting A. sleepy A. take B. product B. depending B. tired B. cost C. structure C. considering C. bored C. pay D. D. D. busy D. organization according A. before B. at C. after D. A. but B. while C. when D. A. member B. part C. partner D. A. improved A. Whether B. become B. If C. changed C. When D. D. increased 40 to it, sometimes you just

35. everyone 36. healthy 37. killed 38. rubbish 39. little 40.

A. herself A. good A. kept A. uselessness A. short A. kept 26-30 ADCDD

B. her B. fortunate B. held B. noise B. lack B. held 31-35 DADAA

C. anybody else C. safely C. caught C. nonsense C. waste C. addicted 36-40 BCCCC

D. D. D. D. D. D.

stuck 21-25 CABAC

As the plane took off from Gatwick, Mr and Mrs Malloy sat back with a sign of pleasure. They had thought they had 56 been able to get away on this holiday, their first holiday alone, without the 57 , since their honeymoon. They had had to ask Mrs Malloy’s mother to look after Freddic and George, their 58 , while a neighbour had agreed to 59 Annabelle, their cat, for their two-week holiday. 60 there had been the problem of taking their leave from work at the 61 time, all the trouble of getting their 62 and make sure the 63 was clear what Annabelle liked to eat. 64 they had wondered whether it was all worthwhile. But they were 65 on a plane heading for Spain. Mrs Malloy was still a bit 66 about the thought of eating strange 67 food, and had some real English tea and tins in her bag 68 Mr Malloy wondered whether the few Spanish phrases he had 69 in six weeks of evening classes would be 70 to talk to the natives, and anxiously 71 his bilingual (双语的) phrase book. Now everything was sure to be all right, 72 they had read quite a few stories about the troubles people 73 abroad. They were quite sure troubles wouldn’t 74 them. They just had to sit back and look forward to the good time in 75 . 56. A. never B. also C. always D. fairly 57. A. friends B. parents C. servants D. family 58. A. students B. children C. daughters D. uncles 59. A. teach B. punish C. treat D. take care of 60. A. First B. Then C. But D. So 61. A. right B. very C. same D. last

62. A. aunt nurse 63. A. children parents 64. A. Sometimes Though 65. A. actually no wonder 66. A. worried satisfied 67. A. old foreign 68. A. while that 69. A. taught tested 70. A. necessary enough 71. A. looked at looked around 72. A. though as if 73. A. had kept had got into 74. A. praise appreciate 75. A. England honeymoon

B. grandmother B. neighbour B. Seldom B. in fact B. pleased B. freezing B. when B. shown B. important B. looked through B. as B. had lost B. happen to B. Spain

C. father C. cat C. Little C. at last C. afraid C. own C. which C. learned C. valuable C. looked for C. since C. had bought C. enjoy C. Gatwick

D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D.

56~60 ADBDB 61~65 CBBAC 66~70 ADACD 71~75 BADBB Several years ago , while attending a communication course , I experienced a most unusual process . The instructor asked us to list 36 in our past that we felt 37 of , regretted , or incomplete about and read our lists aloud. This seemed like a very 38 process , but there’s always some 39 soul in the crowd who will volunteer . The instructor then 40 that we find ways to 41 people , or take some action to right any wrong doings . I was seriously wondering how this could ever 42 my communication . Then the man next to me raised his hand and volunteered this story : “Making my 43 , I remembered an incident from high school . I grew up in a small town . There was a Sheriff 44 of us kids liked . One night , my two buddies (伙伴)and I decided to play a 45 on him . After drinking a few beers , we climbed the tall water tank in the middle of the town and wrote on the tank in bright red paint : “Sheriff Brown is an S.O.B. The next day , almost the whole town saw our glorious 46 . within

two hours , Sheriff Brown had us to his office . My friends told the truth but I lied . No one 47 found out .” “Nearly 20 years later , Sheriff Brown’s name 48 on my list . I didn’t even know if he was still 49 . Last weekend , I dialed the information in my hometown and found there was a Roger Brown still listed . I tried his number . After a few 50 , I heard , “Hello?” I said , “Sheriff Brown?” Paused . “Yes .” “ well , this is Jimmy Calkins . And I want you to know that I did it .” Paused . “I knew it !” he yelled back . We had a good laugh and a 51 discussion . His closing words were “ Jimmy , I always felt bad for you 52 you buddies got it off their chest , but you were carrying it 53 all these years . I want to thank you for calling me ? for you sake .” Jimmy inspired me to 54 all 101 items on my list within two years, and I always remember what I learned from the course : It’s never too late to 55 the past wrong doing . 36 . A. something B. anything C. somebody D. anybody 37. A. ashamed B. afraid C. sure D. proud 38. A. private B. secret C. interesting D. funny 39 . A. foolish B. polite C. simple D. brave 40 . A. expected B. suggested C. ordered D. demanded 41. A. connect with B. depend on C. make apologies to D. get along with 42. A. improve B. continue C. realize D. keep 43. A. notes B. list C. plan D. stories 44. A. any B. most C. more D. all 45. A. part B. game C. trick D. record 46. A. view B. sign C. attention D. remark 47. A. also B. even C. still D. ever 48. A. appears B. considers C. presents D. remembers 49. A. angry B. happy C. doubtful D. alive 50. A. words B. rings C. repeats D. calls 51. A. cold B. plain C. nervous D. lively 52. A. in case B. so long as C. unless D. because 53. A. around B. out C. on D. away 54. A. build B. make up C. clear up D. give up 55. A. regret B. forgive C. right D. punish 36.DAADB 41.CABCC 46. BDADB 51. DDACC

I ran into a stranger as he passed by. “I'm so sorry!” was my reply. Then he said, “Excuse me too... I wasn't this stranger and I. Then we went 36 37 watching for you.” We were very polite, our way after saying goodbye.

But at 38 , a different story is told. How we treat our loved ones, young and old. Later in the kitchen, as I 39 our meal, my daughter walked up to me, very

still. When I turned, I 40 knocked her down. “Get out of the way!” I shouted

with a frown(皱眉). She stepped away silently, with her little heart 41 . I didn't realize how harshly(苛刻地) I had spoken. That night, when I lay 42 in bed, God's quiet voice spoke to me and said, “While 43 with a stranger, you are calm and polite, but with those you love, you are QUICK to excite... Go look around on the kitchen floor, you'll find some flowers there by the 44 . Those are the flowers she brought for you. She 45 them herself-- pink, yellow, and your favorite blue. She stood there quietly, and you never saw the 46 in her eyes.” By this time, I felt sad and small and now my own tears had begun to fall. I quietly went and knelt by her 47 : “Wake up, my dear,” I said, “Are these the flowers you picked up for me?” She smiled, “I found them out by the tree. I 48 them in a napkin(餐巾), just for you. I knew you'd like them, especially the 49 .”

I said, “I am so sorry that I missed them today... And I 50 have fussed(慌乱) at you that way.” And she whispered, “Mommy, that's okay... I still love you 51 .” I hugged her and said, “I love you, too and I LOVE the flowers.” Do you know that: if you die tomorrow, the 52 you are working for could easily replace you in a matter of (大约)days. But the family you leave _53 will feel the loss for the rest of their lives. And come to think of it, we pour ourselves more into our 54 than into our families--an unwise investment(投资) indeed. Remember that 55 = (F)ATHER -- (A)ND--(M)OTHER -- (I)--(L)OVE--(Y)OU. 36. A. ever right 37. A. to 38. A. school office 39. A. cooked 40. A. already nearly 41. A. lost broken 42. A. asleep alive 43. A. dealing talking 44. A. floor door 45. A. grew B. bought C. picked D. B. meeting B. kitchen C. going C. window D. D. B. awake C. afraid D. B. missed C. beaten D. B. had B. hardly C. ate C. rudely D. took D. B. in B. work C. on C. home D. for D. B. even C. just D.

fetched 46. A. tears 47. A. desk knees 48. A. wrapped 49. A. pink black 50. A. needn't 51. A. indeed anyway 52. A. company state 53. A. for 54. A. stranger 55. A. RESPECT FRIEND 36-40 BCCAD 41-45DBADC 46-50ABACB 51-55DACDC B. with B. loss B. WARMTH C. behind C. meal C. FAMILY D. to D. work D. B. country C. place D. B. shouldn't B. besides C. mustn't C. anything D. can't D. B. covered B. yellow C. put C. blue D. help D. B. expressions B. bed C. smiles C. body D. joy D.

For the past two years, I have been working on students' evaluation (评价) of classroom teaching. I have 36 a record of informal conversations involving some 300 students from at 37 twenty-one colleges and universities. The students were generally 38 in their comments 39 how course work could be better 40 . Most d their remarks were kindly 41 — with tolerance (宽容) rather than bitterness — and frequently were softened by the 42 that the students were speaking 43 some, not all, teachers. However, 44 the following suggestions and comments show, students feel 45 with thing-as-they-are in the classroom. Professors should be 46 from reading lecture notes. "It makes their 47 monotonous (单调的)." If they are going to read, why not 48 out copies of the lecture? Then we 49 need to go to class. Professors should 50 repeating in lectures material that is in the textbook. " 51 we've read the material, we want to 52 it or hear it explained, 53 repeated." "A lot of students hate to buy a 54 textbook that the professor has written 55 to have his lectures repeated." 36. A. kept B. counted C. made D. figured 37. A. best B. least C. most D. latest 38. A. rude B. hard-working C. angry D. direct 39. A. over B. at C. on D. of 40. A. given B. taken C. described D. written 41. A. received B. supposed C. made D. taken

42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55.

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B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B.

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D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D.

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51~55. ACBCD

A strange thing happened to me last Sunday.It was such a beautiful day that I drove to go for a look in the country.? On the way back __21__, my car stopped.It was 22 _ gas on a lonely road far from a town.I decided to walk 23 I found someone who could 24_ some gas.? I had walked almost a mile 25__ I finally found a house near the road.I was glad to see it, 26_ it was getting dark.? I knocked at the door and a little old lady 27_ long white hair answered.She said,“I 28 waiting for you for a long time. Come in.29_ is almost ready.”?“But I only come 30_ some gas,”I answered.I couldn’t imagine 31 she was talking about.“Oh, Alfred! Gas? You used to like tea.”? I quickly explained that my car was out of gas, 32__ she didn’t seem to hear me.She just 33_ calling me Alfred and talking about how long 34_ since she had seen me.She was acting very strangely and I was anxious to 35__ . 36 _ she went to get tea, I went out of the house as fast as I could.? Fortunately, there was another house down the road and I was able to buy the gas I needed. When I told the man about my 37_ , he said,“Oh, that’s Miss Emily. She lives 38_ herself in that big house.She’s out of her mind, but she wouldn’t hurt 39__ .She is still waiting for the man she was supposed to marry thirty years ago.The day before their wedding he left home and 40__ came back because of the war.”? out of B.home B.out of C.burning D.running out?

23.A.until 24.A.fetch 25.A.before 26.A.if 27.A.with 28.A.was 29.A.Gas 30.A.for 31.A.when 32.A.but 33.A.suggested 34.A.had it been 35.A.stay 36.A.Before 37.A.incident 38.A.on 39.A.anyone 40.A.Soon 21—25 BBABA

B.when B.sell B.but B.of B.Coffee B.with B.what B.though B.kept had been B.leave B.As soon as B.affair B.for B.someone B.often 31—35 BABBB that C.after C.because C.had C.had been C.Tea C.without C.why C.and C.stopped C.has it been C.speak C.As long as C.experience C.everyone C.never 36—40 BCCAC

D.because? D.send? D.since? D.though? D.wore? D.have been? D.Lunch? D.that? D.enjoyed? has been? D.answer? D.After? D.adventure? D.with? D.none? D.seldom ?

26—30 CADCA

Learning experiences happen to us throughout out lives. Not long ago, I had one that I would like to 36 .I was going to Marblehead with my sailboat team. The team was racing down the highway at 85 mph 37 we realized we were 38 . Luckily, we saw a rest area ahead. I had a brand-new(崭新的)$20 bill.I was so 39 because I had never had that kind of cash before. But spending it on 40 seemed like throwing it away. We all rushed into the pizza line. 41 I got a pizza and a drink, and walked to my table. About halfway through the meal, I 42 I had not actually handed any money to the cashier. I had just 43 out, and nobody had noticed. I felt terrible. My conscience(良 心 ) opened its mouth and swallowed me in one big bite. I couldn’t 44 over it. I just couldn’t to back to the cashier and 45 for my stolen pizza. I was so upset that I 46 to give myself the pleasure of an ice cream for 47 that someone would say, "Hey ,Jeff, why don’t you use the change 48 the pizza instead of that nice, new $20 bill ?"I was not 49 of my cash now. For the next two years, whenever I was 50 of the "pizza incident", I would say to myself, "Don’t think about it..." I have learned two things from this 51 .Maybe I was a fool for 52 in to my conscience, and being too stupid to appreciate a 53 pizza.But the real lesson is that even if you get away from what you have done, your conscience will 54 up with you. This reflects(反映)the saying, "A coward (懦夫)dies a thousand deaths, a hero dies one. "I was a coward and have felt terrible about that incident at least a thousand times. If I had been a" 55 "and gone back to pay for the pizza, I would have felt a little uncomfortable about it only once, or maybe twice. 36.A.say C.share D.explain B.while 38.A.lost B.tired 39.A.excited B.eager 41.A.Luckily B.Finally 42.A.thought B.recognized 43.A.walked B.left 44.A.look B.get 45.A.ask 46.A.refused B.wanted 47.A.hope B.surprise 48.A.into B.with 49.A.sure B.upset 50.A.warned B.reminded 51.A.experience B.experiment 52.A.turning B.taking 54.A.make B.wake 55.A.coward B.fool 36—40CDCAB 41—45BDABB

C.then C.satisfied C.Immediately C.noticed C.worked C.turn C.apologize C.hoped C.anger C.for C.proud C.thought C.story C.handing C.plain C.catch C.loser 46—50ADDCB

D.when D.anxious D.encouraged D.drink D.Actually D.realized D.found D.think D.send D.meant D.fear D.from D.pleased D.told D.mistake D.delicious D.put D.hero 51—55ADACD

The problem of leisure (空闲) is new. Until very recent times people worked each day 36 the limit of their strength. Of course there were always a privileged (有 特权的) few 37 had leisure; but most men had to work 12, 14 or 38 16 hours a day, six days a week. As late as 1840 the average factory worker 39 72 hours a week. "Sunup to sundown" was the farmer's day, or 40 another phrase puts it," from can to can't". Today, working less than a 40-hour week, people enjoy 41 leisure time. So the wise use of leisure time has become an important 42 for everyone, young or old. It is a particularly difficult problem for the 43 , the aged, and those who have retired 44 earning a living. Those people have so much 45 that it is hard for them to find interesting and 46 ways to use it. However short the work 47 becomes, work is still the most important part of life. We do not work to get leisure and the pleasures leisure 48 us; rather, we use leisure wisely so that work 49 can become awarding and enjoyable. The feeling of 50 at doing one's daily work——whether it is a job, maintaining a home, or going to school—— 51 largely on coming to it each day with fresh energy and active interest. Leisure and recreation 52 together, though they are not necessarily the same thing. " 53 "has a clear meaning. It is the kind of leisure activity that brings "re-creation" of strength and spirit. When one 54 of making good use of leisure, he means 55 recreational activities, which contribute to health, growth, and spirit.

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B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B.

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36-40 CABBD

41-45 ACOCA

46-50 DDABB

51-55 CADBC

I do a lot of management training each year for the Circle K Company . Among the 36 we discuss in our classes is the 37 of quality employees (雇员). “What has caused you to stay 38 enough to become a manager ?” I asked . After a while a new manager took the 39 and said slowly , “It was a baseball glove .” Cynthia said she used to 40 a Circle K clerk job as an interim(临时 的)one while she looked for something 41 . On her second day behind the counter , she received a (an ) 42 from her nine-year-old son , Jessie . He 43 a baseball glove for the little League . She 44 that as a single mother , money was 45 , and her first check would have to go for paying 46 . When Cynthia arrived for work the next morning , Partircia , the store manager asked her to come to her small office and handed her a box . “I overheard you 47 to your son yesterday ,” she said , “and I know that it is 48 to explain things to kids . This is a baseball glove for Jessie . I know you have to pay bills 49 you can buy gloves . You know we can’t 50 good people like you as 51 as we would like to ; but we do 52 and I want you to know how 53 you are to us .” Cynthia’s story shows vividly that people 54 more how much a (n) 55 cares than how much he pays . 36.A.topics B.problems C.difficulties D.lessons

37.A.employing 38.A.soon 39.A.position 40.A.take 41.A.lighter 42.A.letter 43.A.bought 44.A.complained 45.A.short 47.A.talking 48.A.easy 49.A.after 50.A.value 51.A.much 52.A.regret 53.A.excellent 54.A.remember 55.A.mother 36—40 ACBCA

B.praising B.long B.decision B.change B.easier B.kept B.explained B.enough B.crying B.hard B.until B.remain B.many B.agree B.important B.refuse B.clerk CBCBD

C.keeping C.strong C.question C.lose C.better C.answer C.needed C.understood C.spare C.clothes C.arguing C.simple C.when C.pleasant C.worry C.thankful C.thank C.official 46—50 DABDC

D.improving D.calm D.advice D.consider D.higher D.offered D.admitted D.tight D.bills D.scolding D.nice D.before D.possible D.thoughtful D.realize D.manager 51—55 ADBAD


Now that I am no longer young, I have friends whose mothers have passed away. I have heard these sons and daughters say they never fully appreciated their mothers 36 it was too late to tell them. I am blessed (赐福) with the dear mother who is still alive. I 37 her more each day. My mother does not change, but I 38 . As I grow older and wiser, I realize 39 an extraordinary person she is. How 40 that I am unable to speak these words in her 41 , but they flow easily from my pen. How does a daughter begin to thank her mother for life itself? For the love, patience and just 42 hard work that go into 43 a child? For running after a toddler ( 学 走 步 的 小 孩 ), for understanding a 44 teenager, for tolerating (忍受;容忍) a college student who knows 45 ? For waiting for the day when a daughter 46 how wise her mother really is? How does a 47 woman thank a mother for 48 to be a mother? For being ready 49 advice (when asked) or remaining 50 when it is most appreciated? For not saying, “I told you so,” when she could have uttered these words 51 ? For being 52 herself-loving, thoughtful, patient, and forgiving? I don’t know how, dear God, except to ask you to bless her as richly as she 53 and to help me live up to the example she has 54 . I pray that I will look as good in the eyes of my children as my mother 55 in mine. B.that C.until D.when 37.A.approve B.appreciate C.need D.resemble B.have C.did D.will B.that C.who D.what 40.A.sad B.glad C.comic D tragic 41.A.absence B.presence C.appearance D.existence 42.A.ommon B.plain C.normal D.usual 43.A.raising B.rising C.developing 44.A.childish B.energetic C.fearless D.moody 45.A.anything B.something C.everything D.nothing 46.A.detects B.discovers C.recognizes D.realizes 47.A.pretty B.foolish D.grown 48.A.failing B.intending C.continuing D.keeping B.with C.for D.on 50.A.silent B.quiet D.noiseless 51.A.dozen times B.a dozen of times C . dozens of times D.dozen of time 52.A.valuably B.essentially C.naturally D.virtually 53.A.devotes B.deserts C.deserves D.desires 54.A.set B.settled C.placed D.fixed 55.A.sees B.finds D.looks 36.C.此处的结构为 never? until? 。 37.B.根据上下文,从第一段中的 they never fully appreciated their mothers 可知此处应选 appreciate。 38.A.此处 do 替代逗号之前的 change。 39.D.此处名词性从句 what an extraordinary person she is 是 realize 的宾语从 句。 40.A.此处意为:我不能当着母亲的面前说出这些话,太遗憾了。 41.B.此处 in her presence 意为:母亲在场。其余三个选项均以上下文不符。 42.B.此处 plain hard work 意为:普通的艰苦工作。 43.A.此处 raising a child 意为:养育孩子。 44.D.此处 a moody teenager 意为:心情变幻无常的十几岁的孩子。 45.C.此处 a college student who knows everything 意为:无所不知的大学生。 46.D.此处意为:等待女儿意识到母亲有多么聪明那一天。 47.D.此处 a grown woman 意为:成熟的女性。 48.C.此处 continuing to be a mother 意为:依然是母亲。 49. B.根据英语惯用法, 形容词词组 ready with 常作表语, 意为: 动辄??的,就要? 的,快要..的。 . 50.A.此处 remaining silent 意为:保持沉默,不表态。 51.C.此句意为“本来她可以反复这么说时。 ” 52.B.being essentially herself 意为:母亲本质上就是??。 53.C.deserve(值得,应该得到)。 “母亲应该得到的最衷心的祝福。 ” 54.A.set an example(树立榜样)是固定搭配。 55.D. 此处 I will look as good in the eyes of my children as my mother looks in mine 意为:我要使自己的在孩子心目中的形象,就像我母亲在我心目中那样 美好。



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