Sam kept waiting and observed the crowd of people walking out of the station. He looked for the girl whose heart he knew, but whose face he 21, the girl with the 22. The story had begun twelve months before in a 23. Taking a book off the shelf he found himself 24 by the notes penciled in the margin (白边). The soft handwriting 25 a thoughtful soul and insightful mind. In the front of the book, he discovered the previous owner’s 26, Rosanna.
During the next year the two grew to know each other through the 27. Each letter was a seed falling on a fertile heart. The day finally came for their first 28 ---7:00 pm at the station.
A beautiful young woman was coming towards Sam, her 29 tall and slim. He started to walk towards her with delight, entirely forgetting to 30 that she was not wearing a rose. He 31 made one step closer to her, and then he saw Anna, a short and fat woman well past 40, was standing almost directly 32 the girl. The girl in the green suit was walking quickly away.
He felt 33 he was split (撕开) in two, and there she stood. His fingers gripped (抓紧) the worn leather copy of the 34 that was to identify him to her. He knew this would not be 35, something perhaps even better than love. He felt choked (哽住，窒息) by the bitterness of his 36. “I’m Sam, and you must be Anna. I am so glad you could meet me; may I take you to 37?”
The woman’s face broadened into a big smile. “I don’t know what this is about, son,” she answered. “but the young lady in the green suit who just 38 begged me to wear this rose on my coat. And she said 39 you were to ask me out to dinner, I should go and tell you that she is waiting for you in the big 40 across the street. She said it was some kind of test!”
21. A didn’t B haven’t C couldn’t D hadn’t
22 A flower B rose C book D notes
23 A restaurant B meeting room C station D library
24 A interested B surrounded C attracted D burdened
25 A reacted (反应,回应) B repeated C responded (回答) D reflected (反射，反映)
26 A school B address C email D name
27 A mail B telegram C book D phone
28 A meeting B dining C walking D talking
29 A legs B figure C face D hair
30 A look B consult C say D notice
31 A eagerly B carefully C notably D easily
32 A beside B past C behind D before
33 A as long as B as though C no matter how D even though
34 A book B newspaper C magazine D note
35 A a meeting B love C happiness D a dinner
36 A disappointment B sorrow Cexcitement D unwillingness
37 A dinner B your home C a party D a walk
38 A went in the restaurant B followed me C came here D went by
39 A when B unless C if D since
40 A restaurant B station C building D library
By my third day in the hospital, I realized Owen didn’t visit. I couldn’t understand（21）______ my best friend wouldn’t come to see me. Struggling against the pain, I called his house. His Mom（22）______, and when I asked for Owen, she got quiet. “He’s not here right now,” she said. I thought it was（23）______ that she didn’t tell me where he was or offer to have him call me. But I was so weak, I just let it（24）______.I fount out later that Owen’s mom telephoned my parents right（25）______we rang off. My phone call really made her anxious, and she insisted they talked to me. Later that night, my mom （26）______ . Did I remember drinking? Did I remember being in a car? I had no idea what she was talking about, so she finally told me the news: I’d hit a tree. Owen, in the passenger seat, was thrown from the（27）______and killed instantly. The only reason I’d lived was because of my（28）______ .
My first（29）______was of shock. I’d been drink-driving? Hit a tree? Killed Owen? I felt like the worst person in the world. Even after I was able to go home several weeks later, I didn’t want to eat, I didn’t want to talk. I just（30）______at the wall in my bedroom and cried. The only person I wanted to see was Owen. I didn’t feel like hanging out with any of my old friends.
21. A. if B. whether C. why D. how
22. A. answered B. got C. received D. accepted
23. A. unfair B. wrong C. strange D. unnecessary
24. A. loose B. come C. be D. go
25. A. after B. before C. when D. while
26. A. wentby B. cameby C. calledback D. sentfor
27. A. car B. train C. plane D. motor
28. A. doctor B. friend C. seat-belt D. luck
29. A. thought B. reaction C. action D. idea
30. A. stared B. looked C. glanced D. glared
21-25 CACDA 26-30 BACBA
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A young man was getting ready to graduate from college. For many months he had 36 a beautiful sports car in a dealer’s show-room, and 37 his father could well 38 it, he told him that was all he wanted.
On the morning of his graduation day, his father called him into his own study and told him how 39 he was to have such a fine son. He handed his son a beautiful gift box. 40 but slightly disappointed, the young man 41 the box and found a lovely book. 42 , he raised his voice at his father and said, “ 43 all your money you give me a book?” and rushed out of the house, 44 the book in the study.
He did not contact his father for a whole year 45 one day he saw in the street an old man who looked like his father. He 46 he had to go back home and see his father.
When he arrived at his father’s house, he was told that his father had been in hospital for a week. The moment he was about to 47 the hospital, he saw on the desk the 48 new book, just as he had left it one 49 ago. He opened it and began to 50 the pages. Suddenly, a car key 51 from an envelope taped behind the book. It had a tag with the dealer’s name, the 52 dealer who had the sports car he had 53 . On the tag (标签) was the 54 of his graduation, and the 55 PAID IN FULL.
36. A. expected B. enjoyed C. admired D. owned
37. A. finding B. proving C. deciding D. knowing
38. A. afford B. offer C. keep D. like
39. A. encouraged B. comfortable C. proud D. moved
40. A. Nervous B. Serious C. Careful D. curious
41. A. packed B. opened C. picked up D. put aside
42. A. Angrily B. Eagerly C. Calmly D. Anxiously
43. A. At B. From C. With D. To
44. A. tearing B. putting C. forgetting D. leaving
45. A. until B. as C. before D. unless
46. A. learned B. realized C. recognized D. admitted
47. A. get to B. search for C. turn to D. leave for
48. A. much B. still C. hardly D. quite
49. A. year B. month C. week D. day
50. A. clean B. read C. turn D. count
51. A. lost B. came C. appeared D. dropped
52. A. old B. same C. special D. new
53. A. remembered B. desired C. found D. met
54. A. picture B. place C. date D. sign
55. A. words B. information C. messages D. card
A man was driving at 70 miles in a 40-mile zone（区域）, when a 41 came behind him. Right away the man started thinking of 42 to give.
As the policeman came to him, he said, “Hi, officer, I guess you 43 me a little bit over the speed limit（限制）. I was in a rush to get 44 , to be with my wife and kids. You know my younger son wasn’t feeling too 45 when I left home this morning. I’m afraid he’s ill.”
The policeman said, “Well, I guess so,” and started 46 something in his notebook. As minutes went by, he could see from the side view mirror, the policeman was 47 writing. When the man was wondering why he hadn’t asked for his driving 48 so far, the policeman came to his window, 49 him a piece of paper, and returned to his car without saying a single word. The man wondered: how much was this 50 going to be? However, the man was 51 it was not a ticket at all and he began to 52 :
“I had a daughter who was 53 by a speeding car at the age of six by a speeding driver. He got a fine, a few months in 54 , and then was free, free to hug（拥抱） his two daughters. I only had one, and now I have to 55 until I get to heaven before I can hug her again. I have tried to 56 that man a thousand times, and I thought I had. Maybe I really did forgive (原谅) him. So pray (祈祷) for me, and be 57 when you drive again. My son is all I have been left with.”
The man was completely 58 and could not move for the next few minutes. When finally he did, he drove 59 , even a few miles 60 the speed limit, praying for forgiveness.
41. A. truck B. mail car C. police car D. taxi
42. A. excuses B. information C. advice D. views[
43. A. remembered B. recognized C. mistook D. caught
44. A. to school B. home C. out D. to hospital
45. A. well B. happy C. free D. healthy
46. A. writing B. looking for C. listing D. looking up
47. A. even B. really C. still D. never
48. A. insurance B. license C. journal D. route
49. A. sent B. handed C. rewarded D. pushed
50. A. paper B. note C. ticket D. notice
51. A. excited B. upset C. angry D. surprised
52. A. laugh B. smile C. read D. think
53. A. hit B. knocked C. trapped D. killed
54. A. fear B. trouble C. prison D. danger
55. A. wait B. stay C. remain D. escape
56. A. attack B. forgive C. educate D. support
57. A. honest B. thankful C. patient D. careful
58. A. disappointed B. nervous C. shocked D. frightened
59. A. quickly B. slowly C. fortunately D. rapidly
60. A. under B. over C. to D. with
Are you a man or a mouse? When people ask this question they want to know _36_ you think you are a 37 person or a coward(懦夫). But you’ll never really know the answer to that question 38 you are tested in real life. Some people 39 they are brave, but when they come face to face with real 40 , they act like cowards. 41 people think of themselves as cowardly, but when they meet danger, they act like 42 .
Lenny Skutnic had always thought of himself as a 43 person. He got worried before examinations. He 44 his job and health. All he 45 in life was to be safe and healthy. 46 , on 15th January 1982, a plane crashed into the Potamac River in Washington. Lenny went to the 47 to see what was happening. Then he saw a woman in the 48 water. Suddenly Lenny did not feel afraid. He kept very 49 and did a very courageous thing. He jumped into the Potamac, 50 to the woman, and kept her head 51 the water. Seventy-eight people died that day. Thanks to Lenny Skutnic, it was not 52.
When you are in a very 53 situation and feel afraid, the body automatically produce a chemical in the blood. This chemical is called adrenalin(肾上腺素). With adrenalin in the blood system, you actually feel stronger and stronger and are ready to fight or run away. However, when you are absolutely frightened, the body can produce too much adrenalin. When this 54, the muscles become very hard and you find you cannot move at all. You are then paralysed(瘫痪)with fear. That is why when you are very frightened, we sometimes say we’re “ petrified”. This word comes from the Greek word “petros”, 55 means “stone”. We are so frightened we have become like stone.
36. A. how B. why C. if D. either
37. A. brave B. real C. hard D. certain
38. A. when B. until C. after D. once
39. A. realize B. find C. think D. agree
40. A. life B. question C. mouse D. danger
41. A. These B. Other C. Another D. The other
42. A. soldiers B. mice C. heroes D. cowards
43. A. useless B. brave C. nervous D. dangerous
44. A. cared for B. worried about C. looked after D. devoted himself to
45. A. worried B. got C. wanted D. thought
46. A. But B. Therefore C. Then D. Actually
47. A. airport B. plane C. station D. river
48. Afresh B. poisonous C. warm D. ice-cold
49. A. nvervous B. calm C. frightened D. excited
50. A. went B. helped C. spoke D. swam
51. A. in B. under C. above D. from
52. A. an accident B. a mistake C. seventy-eight D. seventy-nine
53. A. dangerous B. comfortable C. different D. favorable
54. A. gets B. disappears C. happens D. goes
55. A. it B. which C. what D. that
36—40 CABCD 41—45 BCCBC 46—50 CDDBD 51—55 CDACB
I REMEMBER watching Saturday morning cartoons when I was little, in 51 Bugs Bunny would dig under the ground to 52 . Asia seemed as unreal to me as Mars (火星).
Not many young people get to visit the other side of the world, 53 last summer I was lucky to have the chance.
With my cross-country coach and 10 other runners, I 54 in Beijing.
The 55 unforgettable experience in China was visiting the Great Wall. Its length and impressive construction (建筑) made a lasting impression on my mind. Walking less than a mile on the wall was 56 to leave me completely tired. Most of the steps are very steep (陡的). I used up three camera films in the four 57 we walked on it.
58 I looked in Beijing, I saw people on bicycles. I saw thousands of cars too, but for every car there were at least two bikes.
One night, six of 59 decided to rent bikes from the hotel and 60 around Beijing after dark. Since there were only 61 bikes we had to double up (两人同乘一辆车). So not only did we receive stares for being Americans, but also for 62 off the bikes every 20 seconds!
Shopping was 63 very interesting part of the trip. At the Great Wall and the Silk Market, you can get the lowest 64 because you can bargain(讨价还价).
"Duo shao qian ?”
"Only 150 yuan. Good quality, 100 percent real cotton!"
"Bu yao, I dont 65 it, xie xie."
"Come back! Forty yuan, 40, I give you 40! Real cotton!"
All you have to do is walk 66 and the traders will lower the price, sometimes to a quarter of the figure they had asked for at 67 .
I have too 68 memories, experiences and observations (观察) to share. I could talk for days about the differences between China and the US. I feel so 69 to have seen such a culture so different from my own. I will 70 my trip to China forever.
51. A. which B. those C. that D. hem
52. A. America B. Japan C. England D. China
53. A. but B. and C. however D. so
54. A. got B.arrived C. reached D. came
55. A. most B. more C. much D. little
56. A. strong B.enough C. upset D. unfair
57. A. hours B. seconds C. minutes D. days
58. A. Somewhere B. Everywhere C. Somebody D. Everbody
59. A. them B. you C. whom D. us
60. A. flow B. run C. follow D. ride
61. A. two B. three C. four D. five
62. A. falling B. playing C. dancing D. putting
63. A. the other B. other C. others D. another[
64. A. prices B. books C. tickets D. bikes
65. A. like B. think C. find D. want
66. A. away B. up C. down D. near
67. A. last B. least C. most D. first
68. A. many B. more C. much D. few
69. A. lucky B. sorry C. sad D. well
70. A. remember B. forget C. try D. pay
The day before Father’s Day, Mrs. Berry asked her students to __36 ___ a card for their fathers. She passed out paper and pieces of cloth.
Elizabeth looked for a while at the blue cloth and began to cut it. Then she folded (折)her paper in half and began writing. When Elizabeth finally looked at the message the teacher gave on the paper, she noticed something else. She felt her 37 grow hot — she hadn’t heard that anyone who didn’t have a father could make one for a grandfather or an uncle.
As her teacher walked to her, Elizabeth tried 38 her card with her arm, but Mrs Berry gently 39 it so that she could read it. Elizabeth sat 40 , waiting for her to say something, but she saw a 41 roll down Mrs Berry’s face. She had never made Mrs Berry so upset.
When school was over, Elizabeth 42 until all the other kids left so that she could 43 . “I’m sorry for not listening. I’ll make another card 44 you want. I’ll do it 45 and bring it tomorrow.”
“ 46 are you talking about?” asked Mrs Berry.
“My Father’s Day card. I know you’re upset because I didn’t do it 47 .”
“Elizabeth, that was the 48 card in the whole class. It was so 49 that it made me cry.”
Elizabeth was so 50 that she ran out of the classroom.
When her mom came home from work that night, Elizabeth 51 to give her the card early.
On the front of the card was a 52 of Elizabeth’s mom, with a blue piece of cloth cut like her hair. Inside the card she had written:
I know you work really hard to be both a mommy and a(n) 53 . I want to thank you and 54 you a happy Father’s Day!
When her mom read the card she started 55 , just like Mrs Berry did.
36. A. break B. made C. make D. build
37. A. face B. heart C. hands D. body
38. A. doing B. holding C. covering D. making
39. A. caught B. left C. placed D. lifted
40. A. alone B. up C. still D. down[Z。
41. A. smile B. tear C. hair D. sweat
42. A. waited B. worked C. stood D. sat
43. A. stay B. stop C. understand D. apologize
44. A. because B. until C. unless D. if
45. A. just here B. at home C. at once D. at school
46. A. Who B. What C. Which D. Whose
47. A. right B. quickly C. wrong D. carefully
48. A. worst B. favorite C. best D. simplest
49. A. wild B. useful C. hard D. sweet
50. A. happy B. regretful C. brave D. easy
51. A. seemed B.refused C. decided D. promised
52. A. drawing B. discovery C. recording D. writing
53. A. teacher B. sister C. daddy D. aunt
54. A. hope B. wish C. want D. congratulate
55. A. laughing B. joking C. crying D. worrying
There is a holiday next week and I cant decide what to do. I have a lot of work to do 36 and this would be a good chance(机会) 37. But I dont like 38 the holiday in this way. I can work at home all the rest of the year. Last year I went 39 to the mountains. 40 there was beautiful, but it is too cold this time of year. And its really 41 far to go for a short holiday. I decide 42 this isnt a good time to 43 the mountains. But I 44 to go somewhere else.
Perhaps this would be a good chance to go to the beach(海滨). I like to go for walks 45 the seashore 46 the warm sunshine and watch the water. Its only eight miles and I could get there 47 about two hours. After thinking it 48 , I am sure that this is a 49 time for the seashore than 50 .
Oh, here is a letter 51 Jim. He 52 he is going to his house in the mountains for the 53 , and he 54 me to go with him. 55 giving it some more thought, I wrote back to Jim and thanked him for that.
36. A. at home B. at house C. in school D. in factory
37. A. do it B. doing that C. to do it D. with that
38. A. to pass B. to spend C. having D. asking
39. A. the north B. for north C. north D. to north
40. A. Nothing B. Everything C. Somebody D.A girl
41. A. very B. enough C. rather D. too
42. A. that B. what C. whether D. when
43. A. go B. go to C. arrive D. leave
44. A. do want B. wanted C. shall want D.was wanting
45.A.on B. by C. beside D. along
46.A.on B. during C. in D. under
47.A.in B. for C. with D. after
48.A.in B. out C. over D. on
49.A. good B. fine C. better D. best
50.A. home B. the mountains C. big cities D.country villages[
51.A.for B. to C. from D. by
52. A. says B. told C. spoke D. talks
53. A. weekend B. holiday C. Sunday D. trip
54. A. want B. wish C. hopes D. asks
55. A. When B. With C. Without D. As
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A high school history teacher once told us, “If you make one close friend in school, you will be most fortunate .A 41 friend is someone who stays with you for life”. 42 teaches that he was right. Good friendship is just not easily 43 .
It is possible that we simply do not stay in one place 44 enough for true friendship to develop. However, there can be 45 disagreement on the need for each of us to think carefully about the kind of friendship we want.
To most of us, friendships are considered very important,_ 46 we need to have it clear in our minds the kinds of friendship we want. Are they to be close or 47 at arms length? Do we want to 48 ourselves or do we want to walk on the surface? For some people, many friendships on the surface are 49 enough. And that’s all right. But at some
__ 50 we need to make sure that our expectations are the same as our friends expectations. The sharing of personal experience including our tears as well as our dark 51___is the surest way to deepen friendships. But it must_ 52 slowly and carried on only if there are_53 of interest and action in return.
What are some of the 54 of our friendship? The greatest is to 55 too much
too soon. Deep relationships_ 56 time. Another "major difficulty" is the selfishness to think one "possesses" the other, including his time and attention.__ 57 ，friendships require actions in return . In other words, you must__58 as much as you take. Finally，there is a question of taking care of. Unless you spend 59 time together, talking on the phone, writing letters, doing things together, friendships will die 60 .
41. A. true B. powerful C. school D. useful
42. A. Knowledge B. Experience C. Hardship D. Schooling
43. A. understood B. formed C. realized D. produced
44. A. further B. patiently C. long D. fortunately
45. A. some B. any C. one D. no
46. A. but B. and C. or D. while
47. A. remained B. left C. kept D. stayed
48. A. hide B. deepen C. strengthen D. share
49. A. quite B. more C. less D. very
50. A. degree B. point C. place D. length
51. A. clothes B. clouds C. dreams D. letters
52. A. be undertaking B. have been undertaking
C. have been undertaken D. be undertaken
53. A. marks B. signs C. sciences D. sights
54. A. disadvantages B. differences C. difficulties D. requirements
55. A. expect B. lose C. command D. develop
56. A. waste B. spend C. kill D. take
57. A. Similarly B. Differently C. Strangely D. Surprisingly
58. A. give B. possess C. act D. walk
59. A. considerate B. wonderful C. reasonable D. comfortable
60. A. down B. away C. out D. off
每题1分 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.
51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.