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A Strange Greeting, a True Feeling Last week I was invited to a doctor’s meeting at the Ruth hospital for incurables. In one of the wards a patient, an old man, got up shak

ily from his bed and moved towards me. I could see that he hadn't long to 1 , but he came up to me and placed his right foot close mine on the floor. “Frank!” I cried in astonishment. He couldn’t 2 , as I knew, but all the time 3 his foot against mine. My 4 raced back more than thirty years to the 5 days of 1941, when I was a student in London. The 6 was an air-raid shelter, in which I and about hundred other people slept every night. Two of the regulars were Mrs. West and her son Frank. 7 wartime problems, we shelter-dwellers got to 8 each other very well. Frank West 9 me because he wasn’t 10 , not even at birth. His mother told me he was 37 then, but he had 11 of a mind than a baby has. His “ 12 ” consisted of rough sounds——sounds of pleasure or anger and 13 more. Mrs. West, then about 75, was a strong, capable woman, as she had to be, of course, because Frank 14 on her entirely. He needed all the 15 of a baby. One night a policeman came and told Mrs. West that her house had been flattened by a 500-pounder. She 16 nearly everything she owned. When that sort of thing happened, the rest of us helped the 17 ones. So before we 18 that morning, I stood beside Frank and 19 my right foot against his. They were about the same size. That night, then, I took a pair of shoes to the shelter for frank. But as soon as he saw me he came running and placed his right foot against mine. After that, his 20 to me was always the same. 1.A.work B.stay C.live D.expect
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2.A.answer B.speak C.smile D.laugh 3.A.covering B.moving C.fighting D.pressing 4.A.minds B.memories C.thoughts D.brains 5.A.better B.dark C.younger D.old 6.A.cave B.place C.sight D.scene 7.A.Discussing B.Solving C. Sharing D. Suffering 8.A.learn from B.talk to C.help D.know 9. A. needed B. recognized C. interested D. encouraged 10.A.normal B.common C.unusual D.quick 11.A.more B.worse C.fewer D.less 12.A.word B.speech C.sentence D.language 13.A.not B.no C.something D.nothing 14.A.fed B.kept C.lived D.depended 15.A.attention B.control C.treatment D.man agement 16.A.lost B.needed C.destroyed D.left 17.A.troublesome B.unlucky C.angry D.unp opular 18.A.separated B.went C.reunited D.ret urned 19. A. pushed B. tried C. showed D. measured 20.A.nodding B.greeting C.meeting D.acting

参考答案及解析 1—5 CADBB 6—10 DCDCA 11—15 DBBDA 16—20 ABADB 1. C 上文的“incurables"表明这位老人是不治之症患者, 存活的时间不会太长。 2.A 我叫他名字, 他不会回答。 3.D 由下文暗示可知,37 岁的 Frank 不如一个婴儿的智力。他不能用语言回 答别人的问话,但内心有一定的反应,因此一见到我便将右脚靠着我的右脚以示

问候。 4.B Frank 的这一举动使我的记忆一下子回到了 30 年前。 5. B 下文交待 30 年前作者的生活, 二战期间他只能住在防空洞中, 生活很苦, 只能用“dark”来形容当年的岁月。 6.D 作者回忆 30 年前的生活,头脑中出现了防空洞的情景。 7.C ;8.D 在战争问题上由于拥有共同的话题,我们这些防空洞居住者逐渐 了解了对方。 9.C ;10. A 一个 37 岁的人智力却不正常,这一现象逐渐吸引了我的注意。 11.D 尽管 Frank 已经 37 岁,但智力还不如一个婴儿。 12.B;13.B 他的讲话仅体现了内心的快乐和愤怒,没有更多实在的内容。 14.D;15.A West 夫人不得不强壮而又有能力,因为 Frank 完全依靠于她, 他需要婴儿似的全部照料。 16. A 她几乎失去了一切。 17. B West 夫人遭受这么大的损失,大家尽力帮助这不幸的一家人。 18. A ; 19. D ; 20. B 那天早上临走前,我站在 Frank 身边,将我的右脚靠着 Frank 的右 脚以便量出他脚的大小,目的是为他买一双鞋子。Frank 将我的这一动作看成是 问候的表现,从此他就用这一动作来问候我,这就有了本文开头的那种情景。 A newly trained teacher named Mary went to teach at a Navajo Indian reservation. Every day, she would ask five of the young Navajo students to __1__ the chalkboard and complete a simple math problem from 2 homework. They would stand there, silently, 3 to complete the task. Mary couldn’t figure it out. 4 she had studied in her educational curriculum helped, and she 5 hadn’t seen anything like it in her student-teaching days back in Phoenix. What am I doing wrong? Could I have chosen five students who can’t do the 6 ? Mary would wonder. No, 7 couldn’t be that. Finally
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she 8 the students what was wrong. And in their answers, she learned a 9 lesson from her young 10 pupils about self-image and a(n) 11 of self-worth. It seemed that the students 12 each other’s individuality and knew that 13 of them were capable of doing the problems. 14 at their early age, they understood the senselessness of the win-lose approach in the classroom. They believed no one would 15 if any students were shown up or embarrassed at the 16 . So they 17 to compete with each other in public. Once she understood, Mary changed the system 18 she could check each child’s math problem individually, but not at any child’s expense 19 his classmates. They all wanted to learn, 20 not at someone else’s expense. 1. A.go to B.come to C.get close to D.bring 2. A.his B.their C.his own D.her 3. A.happy B.willingly C.readily D.unwilling 4. A.Anything B.Nothing C.Everything D.Neither 5. A.almost B.certainly C.hardly D.never 6 . A. question B. chalkboard C. problem D. homework 7. A.they B.it C.everything D.each 8 . A. asked B. questioned C. told D. understood 9. A. outstanding B. surprising C. annoying D. frightening 10.A.sunburned B.tender C.Indian D.naughty 11.A.sense B.image C.way D.aspect 12.A.had B.ignored C.respected D.cared 13.A.none B.no one C.each D.not all 14.A.Especially B.Even though C.Even so D.Even 15.A.lose B.win C.achieve D.answer 16.A.time B.situation C.chalkboard D.condition 17.A.refused B.rejected C.tried D.promised

18.A.if B.so that 19.A.in favour of B.of 20.A.and B.but

C.unless D.in case C.by means of D.in front of C.so D.or

20.but 表示转折 Recently, one of my best friends, whom I've shared just about everything with since the first day of kindergarten, spent the weekend with me. Since I moved to a new town several years ago, we've both always ___1___ the few times a year when we can see each other. Over the ___2___, we spent hours and hours, staying up late into the night, talking about the people she was ___3__ around with. She started telling me stories about her new boyfriend, about how he experimented with ___4___ and was into other ___5___ behavior. I was blown away! She told me how she had been ___6___ to her parents about where she was going and even sneaking out to see this guy because they didn't want her ___7___ him. No matter how hard I tried to tell her that she ___8__ better, she didn't believe me. Her self-respect seemed to have disappeared. I tried to ___9___ her that she was ruining her future and heading for big trouble. I felt like I was getting ___10___. I just couldn't believe that she really thought it was ___11__ to hang with a bunch of losers, especially her boyfriend. By the time she left, I was really worried about her and ___12___ by the experience. It had been so frustrating, I had come ___13___ to telling her several times during the weekend that maybe we had just grown too far apart to ___14___ our friendship - but I didn't. I put the power of ___15___ to the ultimate test. We'd been friends for far too long. The chance was that she ___16___ me enough to know that I was trying to save her from hurting herself. I wanted to believe that our friendship could ___17___ anything. A few days later, she called to say that she had thought long and hard about our ___18___, and then she told me that she had ___19___ with her boyfriend. I just listened on the other end of the phone with tears of

参考答案及解析 1—5 ABDBB 6—10 CBABC 11—15 ACDDB 16—20 CABDB 1.A 每天让五个 Navajo Indian(纳瓦霍印第安)学生上黑板做简单的数学题 2.B 根据上文中的 five of the young Navajo students,这里用 their。 3.D 学生不愿意在黑板上做。 4.B; 5.B 为什么学生不愿在黑板上做?Mary 弄不明白了。她在教育课程中学到的 东西也不能帮助她弄清这个问题, 且她在 Phoenix 教学生的那些日子当然不会遇 到这样的事情。 6.C Mary 开始反思:是不是我选了五个不会做这道题的学生? 7.B 情况不是那样。这里用 it,代指上文提到的事情。 8.A 根据下文的“answers”,这里应该用 asked。 9.B; 10.C; 11.A Mary 从纳瓦霍印第安小学生了解到他们的自我形象意识和自尊感,这 令她感到惊讶。 12.他们尊重彼此的个性。表示“尊重”用“respected”。 13.他们知道并不是所有的学生都能做出那些数学题。“并不是所有的”表示部分 否定,用“not all”。 14.D even 在这里表示强调。 15.B; 16.A 他们认为如果任何人在黑板前被揭露出不会做或者感到尴尬, 他们都会成为失败者。 17.他们拒绝在公共场所彼此竞争。 这里要用“refuse”,reject 含有“拒绝接受” 之意。 18.so that “以便”。 19.in front of his classmates 在同学面前。
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joy running down my face. It was one of the truly ___20___ moments in my life. Never had I been so proud of a friend. 1. A. worried about B. looked forward to C. paid attention to D. think of 2. A. weekend B. months C. years D. days 3. A. working B. falling in love C. hanging D. keeping in touch 4. A. books B. girls C. friends D. drugs 5. A. self-destructive B. self-respecting C. self-confident D. self-defensive 6. A. explaining B. reasoning C. declaring D. lying 7. A. on B. beside C. around D. to 8. A. did B. deserved C. had D. got 9. A. told B. convince C. force D. warn 10. A. somewhere B. everywhere C. nowhere D. anywhere 11. A. acceptable B. believable C. reliable D. admirable 12. A. exhausted B. surprised C. satisfied D. terrified 13. A. almost B. nearly C. close D. over 14. A. stop B. continue C. start D. make
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15. A. love B. friendship truth D. justice 16. A. thought B. remembered valued D. hated 17. A. mean B. conquer tell D. prove 18. A. friendship B. relationship quarrel D. conversation 19. A. broke away B. broke down up D. broke out 20. A. demanding B. challenging frustrating D. rewarding

C. C. C. C. C. broke C.

答案与解析: 1. B 因为他们是最好的朋友,所以自从分开后一直盼望着在周末见到对方。 2.A 他们只有在周末才能见到对方。 3. C hang around with sb.同某人长时间呆在一起;如选 B,则应把 around 去 掉。 4. D 根据后文作者劝她的朋友同其男朋友分手是因为她的男朋友吸毒。 5. A 吸毒的结果只能是自我毁灭。 6. D 因为她的家人不想让她同她男朋友在一起,所以为了见到男朋友,她经常对 家人撒谎。 7. C around sb.同某人在一起 8. B(如果她同男朋友分手)就能够得到更好的结果。 9. B convince sb.使某人相信,使其信服。 10. C get nowhere 没有取得任何成就;毫无进展。 11. A 作者的朋友认为同她的男朋友在一起是可以接受的,所以才同他呆在一 起。 12. A 根据后文可知作者曾一度想同好朋友分手,所以对此事感到精疲力竭,不

想再去管她的事情了。 13. C close to 此处意为“几乎”;come close to doing…差一点做某事。 14. B too…to 表示一个否定的意思,所以后文应填 continue。 15. B 此处意为“我希望友谊的力量能经得起最后的考验,能改变最终的结果”。 16.C value 重视,珍惜。很可能她非常珍惜我们之间的友谊,知道我是在救她。 17. B 我相信友谊能战胜、征服一切。 18. D 回去之后,对我们之间的谈话想了好久。 19. C break up with sb.同某人断绝关系。 20. D 这是一个得到回报的时刻。 The purpose of a letter of application(求职信) is to help you to “sell” yourself. It should state ___1___ the job you want, and should tell what your abilities are and what you have ___2___. It should be simple, human, personal and brief without ___3___ out any necessary facts. In writing a letter of application, keep in ___4___ that the things a possible employer is most ___5___ to want to know about are your qualifications( 条件 ), your achievements and your aims. The opening paragraph is perhaps the most important part. ___6___ the first few sentences fail to ___7___ the reader’s attention, the rest of the letter may not be ___8___ at all. Try to key your opening remarks to the needs or interests of the employer not ___9___ your own need or desires. For example, instead of beginning with “I saw your ___10___ in today’s newspaper,” you might say “I have made a careful ___11___ of your advertising during the past six months” or “I have made a survey in my neighborhood to find out how many housewives ___12___ your product and why they like it. ” Try to ___13___ generalities. Be clear about the kind of job for which you are now ___14___. College graduates looking for their first positions often ask “What can I ___15___ in a letter? Employers want experience—which, naturally, no ___16___ has.” The answer is that everything you have ever
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done is ___17___. It is important to write a good strong closing for your letter. ___18___ a specific request for an interview or give the possible employer something definite to do or expect. An excellent ___19___ is to enclose( 内附 ) a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your letter. That makes it ___20___ for a possible employer to get in touch with you. 1. A. clearly B. carefully C. obviously D. easily 2. A. found B. done C. known D. heard 3. A. sending B. taking C. leaving D. picking 4. A. brain B. sight C. order D. mind 5. A. probable B. possible C. likely D. able 6. A. While B. Although C. As D. If 7. A. pay B. win C. show D. fix 8. A. kept B. continued C. written D. read 9. A. to B. for C. into D. from 10. A. advertisement B. report C. article D. introduction 11. A. watch B. search C. study D. discussion 12. A. change B. make C. sell D. use 13. A. avoid B. remember C. protect D. gain 14. A. losing B. applying C. preparing D. fitting 15. A. offer B. supply C. mean D. provide 16. A. worker B. beginner C. owner D. manager 17. A. success B. development C. practice D. experience 18. A. Make B. Ask C. State D. Get 19. A. result B. decision C. promise D. idea 20. A. happier B. easier C. cheaper D. safer 答案与解析: 本文是叙述怎样写求职信。 1. A。表示“清楚地”说明你想要找的工作。 2. B。根据前面“你的能力是什么”,可知后面是“你已经‘做’了些什么工作”。

3. C。根据后面的 any necessary facts 判断,不要“遗漏”任何必要的事实。 4. D。keep in mind 是固定短语,意思是“记住”。 5. C。表示可能,后面跟不定式只能用 likely,其余选项都不正确。 6. D。根据下文的主句判断,前面是条件句,因此选 if。 7. B。从后面主句中 the rest of the letter may not be… 可得出答案,如果前 面的一些句子不能“赢得”读者的注意的话。 8. D。根据上文,如果起初几句话不能引起读者注意的话,其余部分就可能不会 再“读”了。 9. A。根据前面两个 to 得出答案。 10. A。因为是应聘者,所以在报纸上看到的是“广告”。 11. C。根据上文,应聘者是从报纸上看到的招聘广告,经过“研究”之后才来应聘 的。 12. D。根据后面的 product(产品)判断应是“使用”。 13. A。根据下文判断要弄清楚具体应聘的工作,以“避免”笼统性。 14. B。根据上下文所叙述的是“应聘”之事可得出答案。 15. D。根据句意“在信中提供的是什么”得出答案,而 supply 是“供给、供应”不 符句意。 16. B。根据前面的“first”一词判断答案是“beginner”。 17. D。根据句意“你做的任何工作可称做“经验”(experience)得出答案。 18. A。根据下文得出答案“为了应聘‘做’一些特殊的要求或需要”。 19. D。根据后面“随信内附一个贴有邮票,写有你的地址的信封”是一个好的“建 议”。 20. B。根据上一句所说,这样“更容易”使雇者与你联系 During a recent holiday I visited Dusseldorf, a city in the former West Germany. The nine-day trip left a deep impression 1 me. I arrived at Dussedorf airport at 7 pm. It was already 2 outside. The first thing I needed to do was to find a place to 3 . I decided to telephone the youth hotel. But to use the phone I needed some 4 , I asked a lady for help. To my 5 she gave me three coins to use. But all the phones in
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the 6 needed phone cards. And phone cards could only be bought at post offices during the 7 . I was 8 I would not be able to call the hotel. An old gentleman helped me. He couldn’t speak English 9 understand that I needed to 10 a phone call. He showed me where the phone was and inserted 11 phone card. I called the youth hotel and found a place to stay that night. The 12 of the German people made me feel that I was not 13 my first day in Germany wasn’t as 14 as I expected.Whenever I went, I asked people for 15 . It surprised me that 16 every young German could speak English fluently. Older Germans couldn't speak English very well, but they would try to help me 17 they could . One middle-aged man I asked for directions even 18 me to the place I was looking for. My 19 in Germany totally changed my impression of Germans. Now I think the people couldn't be more 20 . 1. A.on B.for C.to D.about 2. A.late B.dark C.light D.early 3. A.visit B.eat C.stay D.keep 4. A.cards B.information C.money D.coins 5. A.joy B.disappointment C. emotion D.surprise 6. A.hotel B.airport C.city D.pavement 7. A.night B.daytime C.trip D.rush-hour 8. A.afraid B.sure C.glad D.eager 9. A.or B.but C.and D.so 10.A.make B.have C.do D.answer 11.A.another B.a C.my D.his 12.A.use B.success C.care D.kindness 13.A.really B.nearly out of C.far from D.close to 14.A.interesting B.good C.bad D.busy 15.A.direction B.distance C.travel D.serve

16.A.almost B.even C.only D.already 17.A.whenever B.whatever C.wherever D.however 18.A.drove B.reached C.moved D.came 19.A.experience B.victory C.visit D.memory 20.A.friendly B.unfriendly C.cold-hearted D.valuable

参考答案及解析 1. A to leave a deep impression on sb 意为给某人留下了深刻的印象。 2. B 前面提到 at 7pm 。那么肯定是再说天黑了。 3. C 根据语境是想找个旅馆住下来。 4. D 打电话当然是需要硬币。 5. D 没想到这位女士会给他三个硬币,这使他很吃惊。 6. B 刚下飞机当然是在飞机场。 7. B 因为现在是晚上,当然是指在白天可以在邮局买到。 8. A 根据语境恐怕不能给旅馆打电话了。 9. B 虽然不会说英语但明白我需要打电话。 10.A make a phone call 打电话之意。 11.D 根据上下文,插进了他的电话卡。 12.D 从上文可知当然是这个德国人的好意。 13.C 承接上文感觉不是远离家乡 .far from 远离。 14.C 语意是不像想象的那么坏。 15.A 指问方向。 16.A 几乎每个德国青年都能说流利的英语。 17.A 指无论什么时候都能帮我。 18.A 甚至开车把我送到我要找的地方。 19.A 指此次去德国的经历。 20.A 指德国人非常友好。

My father often works very hard.And he has 1 to see a film. Here I’ll tell you 2 about him. One afternoon, when he finished his work and 3 go home, he found a film ticket under the 4 on his desk. He thought he 5 to have not much work to do that day and 6 was quite wonderful to pass the 7 at the cinema.So he came back home and 8 finished his supper. Then he said 9 to us and left. But to our 10 , he came back about half an hour later, I 11 him what was the matter. He smiled and told us about 12 funny thing that had happened at the cinema. When my father was sitting in his seat, a 13 came to my father’s and said that the seat was 14 . My father was surprised. He took out the ticket 15 looked at it carefully. It was Row17, 16 . And then he looked at the seat. It was the same. So he asked 17 her ticket. She took out the ticket at once and the seat shown in it was Row 17, Seat 3. 18 ? What’s the matter with all this? While they were wondering suddenly the woman said, “The 19 of the tickets are different.” So they looked at the ticket more carefully. After a while, my father said, “Oh, 20 , I made a mistake. My ticket is for the film a month ago. Take this seat, please.” With these words, he left the cinema. 1. A.little money B.much money C.little time D.much time 2. A. a funny story B. a good story C. an old story D. a strange story 3. A.was to B.was about to C.had to D.ought 4. A.box B.book C.glass D.paper 5. A.happened B.liked C.pretended D.wanted 6. A.it B.this C.that D.which 7. A.morning B.afternoon C.day D.evening 8. A.early B.quietly C.quickly D.suddenly 9. A.hello B.good-bye C.good evening D.good night

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10.A.disappointment B.joy C.sorrow D.surprise 11.A.asked B.explained C.told D.wanted 12.A.a B.one C.some D.the 13.A.man B.woman C.doctor D.nurse 14.A.hers B.his C.taken D.wrong 15.A.and B.but C.or D.so 16.A.Seat1 B.Seat2 C.Seat3 D.Seat4 17.A.it bring B.to get C.to see D.to show 18.A.Why B.How C.When D.where 19.A.designs B.colors C.prices D.owners 20.A.I’m sad B.I’m sorry C.I’m wrong D.I’m worried

14. A C 和 D 项有较大干扰性,taken 意为“占领”, wrong 意为“错的”,在 此,这位妇女向 my father 说这座位是她的。 15. A and 连接两个先后的动作,故选 A。 16. C 从“It was the same”与 “…Row17, Seat3”判断,选 C。 17. D 因为 my father 确信他没有错,故他让那位妇女拿出票让他看一看是 否她错了,故选 D。 18. A 出现两张同是 Row17, Seat3 的票,my father 纳闷,故选 A。 19. B 两张票座号相同,只是颜色不同,故选 B。在此 A 有较大干扰性,电 影院是以票的颜色的不同来方便检查日期的。 20. B 因为 my father 出了错,故向那位妇女道歉,选 B On Wednesday afternoon Annie took the bus into town to shop in the market. For an hour or so she would walk up and down between the stalls looking at everything, buying here and there, and 1 a sharp lookout for the bargains that were something to be haD.And then, with all the 2 she needs bought she would leave the market for the 3 of the town to spend another hour 4 she liked best, looking in furniture-shop windows. One Wednesday she found a 5 shop full of the most delightful things, with a 6 inviting anyone to walk in and look round without 7 they had to buy something. Annie hesitated a moment 8 stepping through the doorway where, almost at once, she stopped 9 before a green armchair. There was a card on the chair which 10 ,“This fine chair is yours for less than a pound a week,” and very small at the bottom, “Cash price eighty-nine pounds fifty.” A pound a week …Why, she could almost pay that out of her housekeeping money and never 11 it! A voice at her shoulder made her 12 .“Can I help you, Madam?” She looked 13 at the assistant who had come softly to her 14 “Oh, well, no,” she said, “I was just 15 .” “We have chairs of all kinds in the 16 . If you'll just come up, you will

参考答案及解析 1—5 CABCA 6—10 ADCBD 11—15 ADBAA 16—20 CDABB 1. C 根据前一句,此句应为“他很少去看电影”故选 C。 2. A 通读全文,可看出这是一件可笑的事情,故选 A。 3. B 下午下班,正要打算回家,故选 B。在此 A 有较大的干扰性,be to 表示 将来时,表示按计划安排要做的事。 4. C 电影票放在箱子、书、和纸的下面,很难发现,故选 C。 5. A 平时工作很忙,那天碰巧有时间,故选 A。 6. A 分析此句的结构可以看出,to pass the night at the cinema 应为主语, 故 it 作形式主语,选 A。 7. D 下午下班后接下来的时间应是晚上,故选 D。 8. C 下午下班回到家再吃饭,时间显然不充裕,故选 C。 9. B 从家里出去看电影,向家人告别,故选 B。 10. D 电影不可能这么快就结束,故我们吃惊。选 D。 11. A 因为吃惊,我问他是怎么回事,选 A。 12. D Thing 有后置定语,且特指某一件事,故选 D。 13. B 从后句“so he asked her…”得知选 B。
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find something to 17 you.” Annie, worried at the thought of being 18 to buy something she didn't 19 , left the shop 20 . 1.A.taking B.making C.fixing D. k eeping 2.A.chairs B.furniture C.things D.b argains 3.A.shops B.streets C.delightful things D.bus station 4.A.in the way B.by the way C.in a way D.in one way 5. A. new B. noisy C. large D. strange 6.A.message B.notice C.note D.flag 7. A. arguing B. declaring C. frightening D. feeling 8. A. when B. before C. after D. while 9.A.doubted B.surprised C.puzzled D .d elighted 10.A.wrote B.told C.informed D.said 11. A. lose B. miss C. pass D. make 12.A.jump B.run C.laugh D .s urprise 13.A.round B.straight C.behind D.up 14. A. place B. back C. side D. front 15. A. thinking B. looking C. walking D. passing 16. A. doorway B. storehouse C. showroom D. market 17. A. suit B. fit C. serve D. match 18. A. advised B. made C. persuaded D. cheated 19. A. like B. afford C. pay D. need 20.A.slowly B.thoughtfully C.hurriedly D.ca refully
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答案与解析: 1.D keep a sharp lookout for 是固定短语,意思为:“当心,注视”。 2.C 根据语义,“买完了她所需要的东西”。 3.B 根据下句“looking in furniture-shop windows”可知,她是在逛街。 4.A 有定语从句 she liked best 修饰,应该用特指 in the way 的形式,意 思为:“用她最喜欢的方法”。 5.A 选项 B.noisy 和 C.large 有干扰性,但从该句的信息词 found 可知, 应该选 A:new。 6.B 根据文义,在商店门口贴着的应该是广告牌、告示等。 7.D 根据句义“告示邀请人进来看看,不用觉得必须买东西”。 8.B 句义应该是: “她走进去之前,犹豫了片刻”。 9.D 根据下文中 There was a card on the chair which said ,“This fine chair is yours for less than a pound a week,”可知,她应该是惊喜的停下 来。 10.D 上面写着什么,应用 say 或 read。 11.B 根据文中 A pound a week…一句可得出答案:miss。 12.A make somebody surprised.。B、C 两项不合题意,A.jump“(因喜 悦、吃惊、紧张等)跃起,跳动,剧跳”。 13.A 根据前句 A voice at her shoulder made her…可知,应该选 round, look