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1题:One day a police officer manager to get some fresh mushrooms.He was so 1 what he had bought that he offered to 2 the mushrooms with his brother officers.When their breakfast arrived the next day, each officer found some mushrooms on his plate.

“Let the dog 3 a piece first,”suggested one 4 officer who was afraid that the mushrooms might be poisonous.The dog seemed to 5 his mushrooms, and the officers then began to eat their meal saying that the mushrooms had a very strang 6 quite pleasant taste.

An hour 7 , however, they were all astonished when the gardener rushed on and said 8 the dog was dead. 9 , the officers jumpedsintostheir cars and rushedsintosthe nearest hospital.Pumps (泵) were used and the officers had a very 10 time getting rid of the mushrooms that 11 in their stomachs.When they 12 to the police station, they sat down and started to 13 the mushroom poisoning.Each man explained the pains that he had felt and they agreed that 14 had grown worse on their 15 to the hospital.The gardener was called to tell the way 16 the poor dog had died.“Did it 17 much before death?”asked one of the officers, 18 very pleased that he had escaped a 19 death himself.“No,”answered the gardener looker rather 20 .“It was killed the moment a car hit it.”

1.A.sure of B.careless about

C.pleased with D.disappointed at

2.A.share B.grow C.wash D.cook

3.A.check B.smell C.try D.examine

4.A.frightened B.shy C.cheerful D.careful

5.A.refuse B.hate C.want D.enjoy

6.A.besides B.but C.and D.or

7.A.later B.after C.past D.over

8.A.cruelly B.curiously C.seriously D.finally

9.A.Immediately B.Carefully C.Suddenly D.Slowly

10.A.hard B.busy

C.exciting D.unforgettable

11.A.stopped B.dropped C.settled D.remained

12.A.hurried B.drove C.went D.returned

13.A.study B.discuss C.record D.remember

14.A.this B.these C.it D.they

15.A.road B.street C.way D.direction

16.A.how B.in that C.which D.in which

17.A.suffer B.eat C.harm D.spit

18.A.to feel B.feeling C.felt D.having felt

19.A.strange B.painful C.peaceful D.natural

20.A.happy B.interested C.surprised D.Excited

2题:As the plane circled over the airport, everyone sensed that something was wrong.The plane was moving unsteadily through the air, and 1 the passengers had fastened their seat belts, they were suddenly 2 forward.At that moment, the air-hostess 3 .She looked very pale, but was quite 4 .Speaking quickly but almost in a whisper, she 5 everyone that the pilot had 6 and asked if any of the passengers knew anything about machines or at 7 how to drive a car.After a moments 8 , a man got up and followed the hostesssintosthe pilot's cabin.Moving the pilot 9 , the man took his seat and listened carefully to the 10 instructions that were being sent by radio from the airport 11 .The plane was now dangerously close 12 the ground, but to everyone's 13 , it soon began to climb.The man had to 14 the airport several times insgroupsto become 15 with the controls of the plane. 16 the danger had not yet passed.The terrible 17 came when he had to land.Following 18 , the man guided the plane toward the airfield.It shook violently 19 it touched the ground and then moved rapidly 20 the runway and after a long run it stopped safely.

1.A.although B.while C.therefore D.then

2.A.shifted B.thrown C.put D.moved

3.A.showed B.presented C.exposed D.appeared

4.A.well B.still C.calm D.quiet

5.A.inquired B.insured C.informed D.instructed

6.A.fallen B.failed C.faded D.fainted

7.A.best B.least C.length D.first

8.A.hesitation B.surprise C.doubt D.delay

9.A.back B.aside C.about D.off

10.A.patient B.anxious C.urgent D.nervous

11.A.beneath B.under C.down D.below

12.A.to B.by C.near D.on

13.A.horror B.trust C.pleasure D.relief

14.A.surround B.circle C.observe D.view

15.A.intimate B.familiar C.understood D.close

16.A.Then B.Therefore C.But D.Moreover

17.A.moment B.movement C.idea D.affair

18.A.impression B.information

C.inspections D.instructions

19.A.as B.unless C.while D.so

20.A.around B.over C.along D.above

3题:People of Burlington are being disturbed by the sound of bells.Four students from Burlington College of Higher Education are in the bell tower of the 1 and have made up their minds to 2 the bells nonstop for two weeks as a protest against heavy trucks which run 3 through the narrow High Street.“They not only make it 4 to sleep at night, but they are 5 damage to our houses and shops of historical 6 ,”said John Norris, one of the protesters.

“7 we must have these noisy trucks on the roads,”said Jean Lacey, a biology student, why don't they build a new road that goes round the town? Burlington isn't much more than a 8 village.Its streets were never 9 for heavy traffic.

Harry Fields also studying 10 said they wanted to make as much 11 possible to force the government officials to realize what everybody wasshavingsto 12 .“Most of them don't 13 here anyway,”he said,“they come in for meetings and that, and the Town Hall is soundproof, so they probably don't 14 .It's high time they realized the problem.”The fourth student, Liza Vernum, said she thought the public were 15 on their side, and even if they weren't they soon would be.

I asked if they were 16 that the police might come to 17 them.

“Not really,”she said,“actually we are 18 bellringers.I mean we are assistant bellringers for the church.There is no 19 against practising.”

I 20 the church with the sound of the bells ringing in my ears.

1.A.college B.village C.town D.church

2.A.change B.repair C.ring D.shake

3.A.now and then B.day and night

C.up and down D.over and over

4.A.terrible B.difficult

C.uncomfortable D.unpleasant

5.A.doing B.raising C.putting D.producing

6.A.scene B.period C.interest D.sense

7.A.If B.Although C.When D.Unless

8.A.pretty B.quite C.large D.modern

9.A.tested B.meant C.kept D.used

10.A.well B.hard C.biology D.education

11.A.effort B.time C.trouble D.noise

12.A.stand B.accept C.know D.share

13.A.shop B.live C.come D.study

14.A.notice B.mention C.fear D.control

15.A.hardly B.unwillingly C.mostly D.usually

16.A.surprised B.afraid C.pleased D.determined

17.A.seize B.fight C.search D.stop

18.A.proper B.experienced C.hopeful D.serious

19.A.point B.cause C.need D.law

2o.A.left B.found C.reached D.pass

4题:Children model themselves largely on their parents.They do so mainly through identification.Children identify 1 a parent when they believe they have the qualities and feelings that are 2 of that parent.The things parents do and say—and the 3 they do and say to them—therefore strongly influence a child's 4 .However, parents must consistently behave like the type of 5 they want their child to become.

A parent's actions 6 affect the selfimage that a child forms 7 identification.Children who see mainly positive qualities in their 8 will likely learn to see themselves in a positive way.Children who observe chiefly 9 qualities in their parents will have difficulty 10 positive qualities in themselves.Children may 11 their selfimage, however, as they become increasingly 12 by peersgroupsstandards before they reach 13 .

Isolated events, 13 dramatic ones, do not necessarily have a permanent 14 on a child's behavior.Children interpret such events according to their established attitudes and previous training.Children who know they are loved can, 15 , accept the divorce of their parent's or a parents early 16 .But if children feel unloved, they may interpret such events 17 a sign of rejection or punishment.

In the same way, all children are not influenced 18 by toys and games, reading matter, and television programs. 19 in the case of a dramatic change in family relations, the 20 of an activity or experience depends on how the child interprets it.

1.A.to B.with C.around D.for

2.A.informed B.characteristic

C.conceived D.indicative

3.A.gesture B.expression

C.way D.extent

4.A.behavior B.words C.mood D.reactions

5.A.person B.humans C.creatures D.adult

6.A.in turn B.nevertheless

C.also D.as a result

7.A.before B.besides C.with D.through8.A.eyes B.parents C.peers D.behaviors

9.A.negative B.cheerful C.various D.complex

10.A.see B.seeing C.to see D.to seeing

11.A.modify B.copy C.give up D.continue

12.A.mature B.influenced C.unique D.independent

13.A.not B.besides C.even D.finally

14.A.idea B.wonder C.stamp D.effect

15.A.luckily B.for example

C.at most D.theoretically

16.A.death B.rewards C.advice D.teaching

17.A.as B.being C.of D.for

18.A.even B.at all C.alike D.as a whole

19.A.Oh B.Alas C.Right D.As

20.A.result B.effect C.scale D.cause

5题:Space is a dangerous place, not only because of meteors(流星) but also because of rays from the sun and other stars.The atmosphere again acts 1 our protective blanket on 2 .Light gets through, and this is essential 3 plants to make the food which we 4 .Heat, 5 , makes our environments tolerable and some ultraviolet rays(紫外线的) penetrate the 6 .Cosmic(宇宙的) rays of various kinds come 7 the air from outer space, but 8 quantities of radiation from the sun are screened off. 9 men leave the atmosphere they are 10 to this radiation; 11 their spacesuits or the walls of their spacecraft, if they are inside, 12 prevent a lot of radiation damage.Radiation is the greatest known danger to explorers in 13 .Doses of radiation are measured in 14 called“rems(雷目)”.We all 15 radiation here on earth from the sun, from cosmic rays and from radioactive minerals.The“16”dose of radiation that we receive each year is about two millirems; it 17 according toswheresyou live, and this is a very rough estimate.Scientists have reason to think 18 a man can 19 far more radiation 20 without being damaged; the figure of 60 rems has been agreed.

1.A.for B.with C.on D.as

2.A.stars B.sun C.earth D.space

3.A.with B.from C.under D.for

4.A.use B.live C.eat D.get

5.A.again B.also C.besides D.too

6.A.environment B.space C.atmosphere D.earth

7.A.across B.to C.from D.through

8.A.valid B.enormous C.various D.proper

9.A.As soon as B.As well as

C.As much as D.As possible as

10.A.shown B.exposed C.faced D.covered

11.A.but B.because C.so D.so that

12.A.get B.make C.have D.do

13.A.earth B.atmosphere C.space D.environment

14.A.pieces B.units C.parts D.elements

15.A.receive B.accept C.bring D.catch

16.A.conventional B.commonC.general D.normal

17.A.shifts B.converts C.modifies D.varies

18.A.what B.which C.that D.why

19.A.put up with B.keep up with

C.come up with D.catch up with

20.A.from B.than C.as D.away





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