欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. 完形填空专项练习： 1 A "dark horse "is one that shows unexpected racing speed and comes in first, 1 the experts said he had little chance of w
inning. In politics, an 2 candidate (候选人) for office who 3 a nomination(提名)or election is called a "dark horse". British Prime Minister Benjamin Disrael is believed to 4 the first to use the phrase. In his novel, "The Young Duke ", published in 1831, Disrael described a horse race and told how the two top choices fell 5 ,while "a dark horse "which had never been thought of rushing past the grandstand (看台)in a sweeping triumph. From racing to politics was a short step. As a political phrase, “dark horse ” 6 for the first time in the national Democratic Party congress of 1844. The "dark horse" was James Knox Polk who became the llth President of the United States. Polk had been the leader of the House of Representatives from 1835 to 1839. He had 7 been Governor of the state of Tennessee. But as a national leader, he was considered a political 8 . Nevertheless, he 9 won the Democratic nomination and was elected 10 .Martin Van Buren of New York, A former President, seemed sure of getting the nomination. But he opposed making the territory of Texas part of the United States as mother state. He was 11 it because there was slavery in Texas. Van Buren did not want another slave state in the Union. As a result, he 12 support among those Democrats who supported slavery. At the 1884 congress, Van Buren could not get enough votes to win the nomination. The congress got into 13 . Therefore, the Democratic leaders decided that the only wise thing would be to run a "dark horse ", 14 who could unite the party. And so, one of the party leaders, George Bancroft, proposed the name of James Knox Polk. He won, and the party 15 behind him, And he defeated his opponent , Henry Clay of the Whig Party. 16 the 1844 congress, the "dark horse "candidates became an established fact of national political life. One historian said, "The invention of the dark horse was 17 a remarkable product of our professional politics. "This made 18 possible for party leaders to choose candidates who were not tied to certain ideas. Therefore, they represented 19 and had developed 20 enemies. 1. A. so B. even though C. so that D. as if 2. A. unknown B. famous C. popular D. known 3. A. accepts B. looks forward to C. refuses D. wins 4. A. be B. being C. been D. have been 5. A. about B. behind C. asleep D. back 6. A. happened B. appeared C. used D. was come about 7. A. as well B. either C. also D. too 8. A. somebody B. everybody C. anybody D. nobody
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. 9. A. difficultly 10. A. President 11. A. for 12. A. won 13. A. votes 14. A. a horse 15. A. laughed 16. A. After 17. A. in itself 18. A. one 19. A. anything 20. A. quite a few B. successfully B. a President B. against B. received B. help B. a man B. succeeded B. Since B. of itself B. it B. nothing B. a lot of C. surprisingly C. the President C. in favor of C. lost C. efforts C. an animal C. won C. Before C. for itself C. that C. something C. few D. easily D. the governor D. in favor with D. wasted D. money D. an organization D. united D. Because D. by itself D. this D. everything D. little
2 It is an usual sunny afternoon in the village of Midwich, England. It seems not 1 any afternoon in the village, but all of a sudden, 2 and animals lose consciousness. 3 they awake, all of the women of child--bearing age have become pregnant (怀孕的). This is an episode from a 1960 science fiction story. The women in the story 4 birth to children that have the 5 appearance. They 6 have blond hair and “strange eyes”. 7 the children grow, they run around the village in a pack, 8 the same clothing and hairstyles, stating at everyone 9 . 10 one child learns is also known by the others immediately. Villagers begin to 11 their belief that the children all have "one mind." In this story, the children are 12 by some unexplained force from outer space. But this story 13 40 years ago 14 predicted the arrival of a recent method of genetic engineering cloning. Cloning is the genetic process of producing copies of an individual. Will the genetic copies of a human really have "one mind" as 15 in this story? This situation is so strange 16 us that we do not know what will 17 of it. 18 with this new situation, people have 19 to find out how to 20 it. 1. A. dislike B. unlike C. alike D. like 2. A. people B. women C. men D. youths 3. A. Then B. When C. Since D. And 4. A. send B. make C. take D. give 5. A. pretty B. same C. ugly D. funny 6. A. every B. both C. themselves D. all 7. A. If B. For C. As D. So 8. A. having on B. wearing C. in D. with 9. A. lonely B. bravely C. impolitely D. patiently 10. A. Which B. While C. Where D. What 11. A. express B. wonder C. select D. argue
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. 12. A. given 13. A. written 14. A. sometimes 15. A. describes 16. A. for 17. A. happen 18. A. Faced 19. A. not 20. A. do with B. produced B. being written B. anyway B. described B. at B. occur B. Compared B. yet B. deal with C. created C. to be written C. somehow C. describe C. with C. appear C. Covered C. till C. make D. taken out D. writes D. anyhow D. describing D. to D. become D. Filled D. though D. settle
3 Workers aren't allowed to go into a huge underground computer center 1 they step up to a machine that 2 a quick picture of the tiny blood vessels(管) inside their eyes. If the machine can't 3 the picture with images in its computer, the worker is 4 by security (安全) guards. Each person has his own pattern of blood vessels in his or her eyes. And unlike a key, the pattern can't be 5 . Old --fashioned keys and locks may soon be things of the past. High--tech security devices(装置) are being 6 at military bases, computer centers, nuclear plants and banks. Companies that 7 the machines say they'll someday be used in people's homes and cars. Already, a Japanese firm has fixed devices that 8 people's fingerprints in 360 new homes. The machines open the doors only for the 9 of the houses. The new security devices are selling well because thieves and spies are getting better at breaking 10 buildings and computers that are protected by 11. Since 12 can steal or copy a fingerprint or eye pattern, the new machines are 13 . 14 new machines recognize voice patterns. Two American companies use voice--recognition machines to keep an eye on their computers. Inexpensive voice--recognition machines may someday 15 locks on cars. The doors would open only for the owners. The devices would 16 the owners 17 $ 270. Although the up--to--date devices are 18 , scientists must still solve a(n) 19 problem. How wi11 a boy borrow his dad's car without borrowing dad's 20 ? 1. A. if B. even if C. until D. after 2. A. take B. give C. draw D. show 3. A. match B. fit C. compare D. share 4. A. caught B. killed C. beaten D. stopped 5. A. borrowed B. missed C. stolen D. bought 6. A. fixed B. dealt with C. repaired D. checked 7. A. buy B. sell C. make D. copy
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. 8. A. remember 9. A. makers 10. A. through 11. A. computers 12. A. nobody 13. A. safe 14. A. Other 15. A. take place of 16. A. pay 17. A. up to 18. A. amazing 19. A. dangerous 20. A. face B. store C. count B. buyers C. sellers B. in C. into B. security devices C. cameras B. everybody C. anybody B. unusual C. helpful B. Another C. More B. replace C. take place B. spend C. take B. as few as C. as much as B. cheap C. expensive B. serious C. terrible B. picture C. fingers 4 Every year, almost 2 million Americans are injured while they're 1 work. Every day, 240 are killed on the job. The 2 job is cutting down trees. Being a policeman is safer than many jobs, including driving a truck, collecting garbage and 3 airplanes. One of the safest jobs is being a librarian. The government inspects(检查) most factories and offices. 4 have to 5 fines if their factories or offices are unsafe. In California, employers often go to prison if one of their workers is 6 because a factory didn't 7 safety measures. But President Bush cut down the number of government inspectors 8 15 percent. Many people say working is less safe 9 . For women workers, the greatest danger so far is murder. Forty--two percent of all 10 who die at work were killed. Many of them work 11 clerks in stores 12 they are by themselves at night. Experts say they can protect themselves by putting the cash desk in full 13 of the street. The numbers of deaths and accidents at work don't take into 14 people who become sick from 15 that they are exposed to at work. Doctors don't know 16 some chemicals cause illness. There are no government rules for many new chemicals. Inspectors say employers 17 their backs on safety problems because they don't want to pay the bill for fixing them. They also say some workers don't want to complain about dangers because they may 18 their jobs. The government should force business to improve safety. There's no 19 for workers dying or 20 in an accident that could have been prevented. 1. A. in B. at C. on D. during D. recognize D. owners D. out D. keys and locks D. somebody D. useful D. Others D. place back D. cost D. as little as D. surprising D. ordinary D. voice
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. 2. A. safest 3. A. flying 4. A. Officers 5. A. give 6. A. saved 7. A. use 8. A. to 9. A. as a result 10. A. adults 11. A. for 12. A. which 13. A. view 14. A. thought 15. A. machines 16. A. because 17. A. give 18. A. lose 19. A. need 20. A. injuring B. most dangerous C. easiest B. making C. driving B. Workers C. Employers B. offer C. pay B. hit C. shot B. make C. obey B. by C. from B. though C. at last B. youths C. men B. as C. like B. that C. where B. look C. scene B. mind C. thinking B. chemicals C. air B. when C. if B. turn C. show B. miss C. give up B. reason C. time B. being injured C. be injuring 5 How do you draw the interest of a 4,500 kilogram elephant? You hit the elephant with a big I , according to a zoo director in California. But is that a 2 way to treat the big, friendly animals? How zoos treat their elephants has led to a scientific 3 . Some scientists complain that zoos use 4 force to train the huge animals and get them 5 control. There are about 400 elephants in North American zoos, and wild animal parks. The 6 animals with their big trunks and ears and tusks delight children and 7 smiles from adults. 8 hasn't 9 when an elephant has picked up a peanut quickly with its trunk from a trainer? But elephants aren't in zoos just for entertainment. Elephants are 10 in Asia and Africa, and being raised in American zoos may be 11 to keep them 12. Elephants are different from most other zoo animals because they must be in touch with humans who take care of their feet, and 13 an elephant wants to be dominant(支配的). An elephant wants to control the 14 , not on the contrary. Elephant keepers must make the animals obey them 15 they may be attacked by the elephants. But some scientists are 16 that keepers are using too much 17 and are injuring D. most tiring D. riding D. Employees D. buy D. killed D. take D. at D. therefore D. women D. to D. why D. scenery D. consideration D. work D. even if D. refuse D. save D. excuse D. be injured
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. elephants. Several zoos have recently been looked into 18 people said elephants were beaten with heavy sticks. Scientists are 19 zoos how to make elephants behave without 20 them. If they succeed, children will be entertained by elephants for many more generations. 1. A. sword B. knife C. whip D. stick 2. A. cruel B. kind C. surprising D. funny 3. A. research B. discussion C. argument D. quarrel 4. A. very much B. too much C. much too D. enough 5. A. under B. in C. out of D. to 6. A. stupid B. heavy C. cruel D. fast 7. A. draw B. give C. show D. turn 8. A. Anyone B. Whoever C. Anyone who D. Who 9. A. attracted B. smiled C. be happy D. caught 10. A. dying B. scarce C. short D. small 11. A. important B. necessary C. impossible D. improper 12. A. lively B. living C. lovely D. alive 13. A. that B. because C. / D. then 14. A. keeper B. others C. animals D. zoo director 15. A. so that B. or C. and D. therefore 16. A. eager B. worried C. delighted D. surprised 17. A. strength B. energy C. power D. force 18. A. because B. since C. now that D. so 19. A. showing B. explaining C. asking D. considering 20. A. blaming B. injuring C. scolding D. punishing 6 Foods quickly spoil and break down if they are not stored 1 . Heat and damp encourage increase in micro--organisms(微生物的), and sunlight can 2 vitamins in such food as milk. Therefore, 3 foods should be stored in a cool, dark and dry place. Some foods 4 bad quickly, such as meat, eggs and milk. They should be stored in a temperature of 5'C~10'C. In this temperature range, the activity of micro-organisms is 5 . In warm climates, this temperature can be kept 6 in a fridge or in the underground basement of a house. Dry goods, such as flour and rice, should be kept at a slightly 7 temperature than foods that go bad quickly. A temperature of 15'C is ideal(理想的). In Britain and northern European countries this means that the room in which dry foods are stored should 8 the general heating of the house. The room should also be well 9 and, above all, dry. Damp very quickly causes the 10 of the green molds. These molds often grow on cheese if it is not stored properly.
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. Fruits and vegetables need cool and damp 11 . Therefore, an underground basement usually 12 an excellent storage place. If the central heating unit is in the basement, 13 , it will not be ideal unless the unit and the pipes do not give out any 14 . Foodstuffs do not break down quickly. If correctly 15 , they should keep for quite long periods of time. Thus, salt and sugar will keep for about two years; tinned meat goods, 16 beef and chicken, for about eighteen months; flour and other dry goods, for about a year. Freezing the foodstuffs that spoil easily preserves (保存) them for much longer 17 is otherwise possible. But 18 frozen foods do not keep their food value or their 19 for ever. As a 20 rule, meat should be cooked and eaten within a year after it is frozen; fish , within six to ten months; fruits and vegetables, with three to six months. 1. A. coolly B. correctly C. exactly D. freshly 2. A. destroy B. cause C. harm D. hurt 3. A. all B. most C. each D. both 4. A. become B. get C. go ID. turn 5. A. reduced B. raised C. lessened D. shortened 6. A. usually B. seldom C. forever D. only 7. A. taller B. higher C. lower D. lighter 8. A. choose B. enjoy C. share D. refuse 9. A. aired B. cleaned C. decorated D. emptied 10. A. appearance B. growth C. development D. increase 11. A. conditions B. situations C. affairs D. surroundings 12. A. gets B. becomes C. creates D. makes 13. A. therefore B. besides C. however D. then 14. A. noises B. heat C. smoke D. light 15. A. storing B. being stored C. stored D. store 16. A. like B. for example C. that is D. as 17. A. as B. than C. so D. that 18. A. ever B. even C. just D. some 19. A. taste B. size C. price D. shape 20. A. usual B. ordinary C. general D. common 7
Most of us can remember the days when we didn ’t use e-mail as an everyday vehicle for communication. Slowly but surely, it crept into hours a day, 7 days a week and 39 36 38 . E-mail is a 37 tool for college students at any level. It’s available 24 at holidays. Most universities assign students an account upon entrance, 40 classmates, family and friends, 43 ? 45 you should be busy with
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8 People who speak or perform before the public sometimes may suffer from "Stage Fright". Stage fright makes a person 1 . In that 2 it can make one's mind go lank and forget 3 one ought to say, or to act. Actors, musicians, dancers, lawyers, even radio show hosts suffered from stage fright at one time or 4 . Diana Nichols is an expert in helping people 5 from stage fright at a medical center in New York City. She helps actors learn to 6 themselves. Miss Nichols says some people have always been 7 to perform before the audience. Others, she says, develop stage fright after a(n) 8 experience.
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. She offers them ways to control the fear. One way is to smile 9 going onto the stage. Taking two deep breaths 10 helps. Deep breathing helps you 11 control of your body. Miss Nichols 12 her patients to tell themselves that their speech or performance does not have to be 13 . It's 14 to make a mistake. She tells them they should not be too nervous while they are performing. It is important that they should continue to perform while she is 15 them. After each performance, they discuss what happened and find out what 16 helped and what did not. 17 they perform more and more, they will fear less and less as much as 50%. Miss Nichols says the aim is only to reduce stage fright, not to smooth it away 18 . This is 19 a little stage fright makes a person more careful, and 20 the performance. 1. A. joyful B. anxious C. nervous D. hopeless 2. A. case B. mood C. sense D. condition 3. A. when B. what C. how D. whether 4. A. two B. other C. another D. the other 5. A. away B. free C. far D. absent 6. A. cure B. control C. hold D. protect 7. A. satisfied B. happy C. afraid D. surprised 8. A. tearful B. unforgettable C. amazing D. disappointed 9. A. after B. while C. during D. before 10. A. usually B. hardly C. also D. sometimes 11. A. get B. make C. take D. have 12. A. helps B. persuades C. orders D. shows 13. A. perfect B. fine C. good D. pleasant 14. A. sure B. pitiful C. unnecessary D. all right 15. A. telling B. arranging C. helping D. teaching 16. A. people B. advice C. words D. measures 17. A. As B. While C. When D. Until 18. A. practically B. easily C. completely D. really 19. A. why B. that C. since D. because 20. A. increases B. improves C. hurts D. puts on 9 Jimmy was good at breaking safes open. He was 1 by the police and put in __2 for ten months. When he was set free, he made up his mind to 3 breaking safes and live in another town. He changed his name to Ralph Spencer and 4 a shoe store. Soon everyone in the town 5 Mr. Spencer. Business was good, and by the end of the year he made 6 with Mr. Adams and his daughter. Mr. Spencer and Annabel loved each other. One day Annabel, her father, her married sister, and Mr. Spencer were 7 in the bank. Mr. Spencer had his bag
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. of 8 with him. He has planning to 9 them away that day. The bank had a new safe with a special 10 controlled by a clock. "Look at that safe, "said Mr. Adams. "Now it's open, 11 if you shut it, you can't open it till the planned time. Annabels sister's two little children were playing 12 the safe. Suddenly one of them got into the safe, and the other 13 the door. There was a cry from the women. Mr. Adams 14 to open the door, but he could not. "My child!" cried the children's mother. "She'll die. Open the door. 15 it open. Please get her out. "Annabel turned to Mr. Spencer. There was some 16 in her eyes. A woman 17 that the man whom she loves can do anything. Mr. Spencer 18 his tools out of the bag. Soon he began to 19 on the door. He forgot that he was Mr. Spencer. He was Jimmy again. 20 ten minutes the door of the safe was open. The child was safe in her mother's arms. 1. A. shot B. held C. caught D. touched 2. A. prison B. hospital C. hotel D. station 3. A. begin B. stop C. continue D. remain 4. A. started B. made C. built D. set 5. A. hated B. forced C. calmed D. liked 6. A. shoes B. goods C. friends D. safes 7. A. working B. stealing C. talking D. robbing 8. A. money B. tools C. clothes D. shoes 9. A. put B. keep C. move D. throw 10. A. bottom B. side C. door D. key 11. A. as B. but C. even D. only 12. A. in the front of B. in charge of C. at the end of D. in front of 13. A. opened B. played C. closed D. turned off 14. A. managed B. tried C. worked D. thought 15. A. Break B. Tear C. Keep D. Let 16. A. tear B. water C. hope D. light 17. A. proves B. knows C. says D. thinks 18. A. took B. led C. pushed D. used 19. A. turn B. knock C. work D. operate 20. A. For B. In C. Before D. Until 10 More than 3,000 years ago, a 1 called the Maya settled in the rain forests of 2 is now the country of Guatemala. In the 3 years men went to live on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. They built great 4 out of stone. More than 800 Mayan cities have been 5 in Guatemala and the Yucatan Peninsula.
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. A very outstanding thing in Guatemala are the 6 . People from all over the world come to see these buildings every year. At the center of each Mayan city was a very high temple. It was 7 like a pyramid with a flat base. Steep 8 were cut into the stone leading 9 to altar at the top. The temples were made of very 10__ material. It shone brightly in the sunshine. Many people said that this can be 11__ to the religious temples like Bangkok. Mayan people 12 their religious ceremonies there every year. The Mayan people love their temples. They were also very fine stone cutters. They carved many beautiful statues of their gods and their 13 of life. They also carved large 14 calendars for their temples. The Mayan people learned many important things and became good astronomers. They became excellent mathematicians. It was learned that they used mathematics in solving the building of these temples. They used maths 1200 years 15 it was used in Europe. The calendar they put up on the temple is as 16 as the 17 we use today. Mayan society 18 peacefully until about the year 1100. Then the Maya were conquered by another people from central and southern Mexico. The temples were partly 19 by the invaders(入侵者). This was really a big 20 . The invaders were the Toltec. 1. A. people B. man C. troop D. village 2. A. where B. which C. that D. what 3. A. last B. past C. following D. latest 4. A. buildings B. houses C. castles D. cities 5. A. found B. completed C. seen D. rebuilt 6. A. temples B. cities C. buildings D. stone calendars 7. A. cut B. shaped C. made D. drawn 8. A. ladders B. hills C. steps D. buildings 9. A. up B. down C. into D. over 10. A. beautiful B. precious C. ordinary D. bright 11. A. compared B. used C. similar D. replaced 12. A. gave B. held C. announced D. congratulated 13. A. means B. manner C. way D. road 14. Pt. gold B. silver C. stone D. wood 15. A. before B. when C. after D. as 16. A. correct B. exact C. useful D. good 17. A. that B. it C. one D. this 18. A. kept B. lasted C. remained D. held 19. A. built B. repaired C. destroyed D. fell down 20. A. surprise B. fun C. pity D. help 11
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. That was the morning, when John, 14--year--old, was to begin his duck shooting. He had 1 the whole idea ever since his father had bought him a gun and had 2 him a trip to this island, but he loved his father and wanted to 3 him. They came to the beach. To ease(减轻) the sense of 4 , he took a picture of his father. Then he put the camera aside and 5 the gun. His father said 6 , "I've been waiting a long time for this day. I'll let you shoot. ' He leaned forward, eyes narrowed." There is a small flight(飞翔的一群)now. Keep your head down; I'll give you the word. ' John's heart was 7 wildly. "No, don't let them come, please!" But they came, closer, closer... "Now, take them!' cried his father. John felt his body 8 He stood up, leaned into the gun the way his father taught him. In the same distance, the ducks saw the gunners and flared wildly. For a second he hung there and balanced between life and death. There was no sound. John stood 9 , seizing the gun. "What happened? Why didn't you shoot?" his father said in a controlled voice. The boy didn't answer. His lips were trembling. "Because they were so 10 ." He said and burst into tears. He sat down, face 11 in his hands and wept. All hope of pleasing his father was 12 . He had his 13 and he failed. 14 a moment his father was silent. And then he said, "Let's try again." John didn't 15 his hands. "It's no use. I can't. ' "Hurry, you'll miss him. 16 !' Cold metal touched John. He looked up, 17 . His father was handing the camera to him and said softly." Quick!" John stood up and pressed his shutter release button in a flash. "I got him." His face was 18 John saw there was no 19 in his father's eyes, only pride and love. "I'll always love shooting. But that doesn't mean you could. Sometimes it takes as much 20 not to do a thing as to do it." He paused. "I think you could teach me how to operate that machine." 1. A. enjoyed B. envied C. hated D. preferred 2. Pt. allowed B. promised C. suggested D. permitted 3. A. please B. surprise C. excite D. interest 4. A. hatred B. pleasure C. shock D. fear 5. A. broke up B. picked up C. got up D. put up 6. A. happily B. angrily C. tiredly D. hurriedly 7. A. shaking B. beating C. hitting D. jumping 8. A. do B. obey C. move D. follow 9. A. silent B. quiet C. calm D. still 10. A. far B. lovely C. small D. brave 11. A. put B. placed C. buried D. laid 12. A. lost B. missing C. gone D. leaving 13. A. chance B. ability C. problem D. advantage 14. A. In B. After C. For D. During 15. A. raise I3. lower C. leave D. give up
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. 16. A. Here 17. A. unhappy 18. A. red 19. A. pain 20. A. time B. Give you C. For you B. unbelieving C. unnoticed B. excited C. bright B. disappointment C. fun B. energy C. courage 12 A boy walked along Carver Street, singing a sad song. He walked with his head down. Once he looked up and noticed the sign across the empty street, painted on the side of an old house. On the sign a big woman with yellow hair and a five--mile smile held out a big bottle. "Coca--Cola. Drink Coca--Cola, "the sign said. “Boy!” the silence was cut by a sudden cry. He turned around quickly to see who had called. An old woman was standing at her door. "You boy! Come here this minute" Slowly the boy 1 onto the cold flat stones leading to the old woman's house. When he arrived at her house, she 2 out her hand and wrapped(缠住) her 3 old fingers around his arm. "Help me inside, boy", she said. "Help me 4 to my bed. What's your name?" "Joseph, "he said. The old woman on the bed tried to 5 up, raising herself on her elbow(肘). Water 6 . from her eyes and mouth. The sight of her made Joseph feel 7. "I'm dying, Joseph. You can see that, can't you? I want you to write a 8 for me. There's paper and pencil on the table there." Joseph looked down at the 9 , and then looked out the window. He saw the sign again.. "Coca--Cola. Drink Coca--Cola." "I want my silver pin to 10 to my daughter." Joseph bent his small body over the table and 11 the pencil slowly across the paper. "There's my Bible(圣经),"the old woman said. "That's for my daughter, too. I want a 12 Christian burial(基督葬礼) with lots of singing. Write that down, too. That's the last 13 of a poor old woman. ' The boy labored over the paper. Again he looked out the window. "Here. Bring it here so I can 14 it." Joseph found the Bible, and, 15 the paper inside, laid it next to the bed. " 16 me now, boy,' she sighed. "I'm tired. ' He ran out of the house. Pt cold wind Mew through the 17 window, but the old woman on the bed 18 nothing. She was dead. The paper in the Bible moved back and forth in the wind. 19 on D. Take it D. untouched D. pale D. happiness D. care
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. the paper were some childish letters. They 1. A. rushed B. struggled 2. A. reached B. let 3. A. firm B. smooth 4. A. back B. over 5. A. sit B. get 6. A. rolled B. burnt 7. A. iii B. sick 8. A. letter B. note 9. A. table B. pen 10. A. send B. go 11. A. moved B. drew 12. A. great B. merry 13. A. hope B. chance 14. A. sign B. read 15. A. setting B. hiding 16. A. Hold B. Leave 17. A. large B. open 18. A. did B. saw 19. A. Described B. Printed 20. A. formed B. spelled 20 the words: "Coca-Cola. Drink Coca--Cola." C. hurried D. stepped C. pushed D. pointed C. dry D. fresh C. away D. ahead C. stand D. wake C. burst D. ran C. unpleasant D. funny C. will D. message C. paper D. woman C. belong D. come C. used D. pulled C. splendid D. real C. opinion D. wish C. remember D. copy C. placing D. laying C. Excuse D. Pardon C. small D. pretty C. felt D. knew C. Recorded D. Written C. organized D. repeated 13 Specialists say that it is not easy to 1 life in a new culture. "Culture shock " is 2 these specialists use when talking about 3 that people have in a 4 environment. There are three stages of culture shock , say the specialists. In the first stage , the newcomers like their new environment. Then , when the fresh experience 5 ,they begin to hate the city, the country , the people , and 6 else. In the last stage ,the newcomers begin to 7 to their surroundings and ,as a result ,enjoy their life more. There are some obvious factors in culture shock . The weather may be unpleasant. The customs may be different . The public service systems -- -- the telephone, post office , or transportation may be difficult to work out . The most simple things 8 be big problems. The language may be 9 Who feels culture shock? Everyone does in this way or that . 10 culture shock surprises most people. Very often the people having the worst culture shock are 11 never had any difficulties in their home countries and were 12 in their community. Coming to a 13 , these people find they do not have the same established positions. They find 14 without a role , almost without an identity. They have to 15 a new
欢迎登录 100 测评网 www.100ceping.com 进行学习检测，有效提高学习成绩. self--image. Culture shock gives rise to a feeling of disorientation(迷失方向). This feeling may be homesickness . When homesick , people 16 staying inside all the time . They want to protect themselves 17 the strange environment , and create an escape inside their room for a 18 of security. This escape does solve the problem of culture shock for the short term ,but it does nothing to make the person 19 with the culture. Getting to know the new environment and gaining experience these are the long --term 20 to the problem of culture shock. 1. A. lead to B. used to C. get used to D. live a 2. A. the name B. the situation C. the expression D. the term 3. A. the conditions B. the feelings C. the contributions D. the preparations 4. A. difficult B. pleasant C. new D. comfortable 5. A. damages B. dies C. is disappeared D. changes 6. A. everything B. something C. anything D. nothing 7. A. study B. complain C. discuss D. adjust 8. A. seem to B. are C. must D. should 9. A. difficult B.. easy C. crazy D. uneasy 10. A. So B. But C. As if D. And 11. A. those B. the persons C. people D. those who 12. A. successful B. satisfied C. content D. unsuccessful 13. A. new school B.. new city C. new country D. new place 14. A. that B. it C. them D. themselves 15. A. build B. make C. buy D. do 16. A. would like B. feel like C. prefer to D. would rather 17. A. for B. against C. with D. from 18. A. sense B. help C. study D. entrance 19. A. pleased B. familiar C. busy D. fond 20. A. gain B. to gain C. have gained D. gaining 14
Scott and his companions were terribly disappointed. When they got to the South Pole, they found the Norwegians （挪威人） had 36 them in the race to be the first ever to reach it. After 39 37 the British flag at the Pole, they took a photograph of themselves The journey was unexpectedly home. To make things The four who were 38 they started the 950-mile journey back. to mark their way
and the joy and excitement about the Pole had gone out of them. The 43 the strongest of the five, fell badly into 46 . Captain Oates had been suffering for
sun hardly 40 . The snow storms always made it impossible to sight the stones they had 41 42 . Evans, whom they had all thought of 44 a deep hole in the ice. Having along for several days, he suddenly fell down and died.
45 pushed on at the best speed they could
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some time from his less likely that 50 47 fact; at night his feet swelled （肿胀） so large that he could 49 48 put his boots on
the next morning, and he walked bravely although he was in great refused, and helped him
. He knew his slowness was making it 52 for another night.
could save themselves. He asked them to leave him behind in his sleeping-bag, but they 51 a few more miles, until it was time to put up the the other three were still in their sleeping-bags, he said. “I am just going outside 55 into the snow storm, hoping that
The following morning, 53
and may be 54 some time.” He was never seen again. He had walked out his death would help his companions. 36. A. hit 37. A. growing 38. A. after 39. A. safe 40. A. rose 41. A. taken up C. set up 42. A. easier 43. A. to 44. A. battled C. speeded 45. A. left 46. A. manage 47. A. ached 49. A. pain 50. A. all others C. others 51. A. away 52. A. bed C. blanket 53. A. while 54. A. missed 55. A. patiently C. alone B. since B. with B. lost B. try B. frozen B. fear B. better B. upon B. fought B. putting B. until B. fast C. won C. planting C. while C. short B. set B. cut up D. picked up C. bitter C. as B. struggled D. waited C. defeated C. employ C. harden C. seldom C. trouble D. the others C. off B. tent D. sleeping-bag C. for B. lonely D. worriedly D. once D. gone B. separated C. passed D. on B. some others D. saved D. find D. harmed D. nearly D. danger D. worse D. in D. beaten D. laying D. before D. slow C. appeared
48. A. hardly B. never