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2010年江西省德兴市四校联考高二上学期期中考试英语卷

适用年级:高二 | 试卷年份:2010年 | 省份:江西 | 试卷类型:期中考试 | 上传日期:累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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请认真阅读下面对话,并根据各题所给首字母的提示,在标有题号的右边横线上写出一个英语单词的完整、正确形式,使对话通顺。
D="Doctor  " T=Tom
D: What’s the matter with you?
T: My forefinger was cut by a knife and 【小题1】 b      a lot yesterday .The wound has been troubling me a lot.
D: Did you do anything about it before coming here?
T: I put my finger 【小题2】u      the running water for a few minutes and then tied a bandage around the finger. But it seems useless. I feel the pain is【小题3】u     .
D: Let me have a look at it. Oh, the wound is infected. Anyway, you should 【小题4】 k    it clean.
T: Is it 【小题5】 s     ? Do I have to take any medicine?
D: No. It is Only【小题6】 n    to wash the area of cut, dry it and【小题7】 c     it with a piece of clean cloth.
T: Thank you, doctor. By the way, I have a headache once in a 【小题8】w     these days. I don’t know why.
D: How’s your sleep recently?
T: I don’t sleep well. Because I often 【小题9】s      up late to work.
D: You seem exhausted. The headache is probably caused by【小题10】 l     of sleep. You need to take a rest, and don’t worry about your work. You can drink a glass of milk before you go to bed.
T: OK. Thank you!

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Expo 2010 Shanghai China offered           wonderful opportunity for       cross culture dialogues.

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If the weather had been better, we could have had a picnic. But it     all day.

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The influence of parents        their children is great.

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For miles around me ,there was nothing but a desert, without a single plant or tree        .

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He found them       at a table       chess.

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John reached out in a hurry ,        the door       .

A.leaving ,unlockingB.leaving , unlocked
C.left , unlockedD.to leave , unlocking

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He said that doing part-time jobs did no good to students , but few     his view.

A.agreedB.permittedC.sharedD.nodded

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– My daughter nearly set the kitchen on fire when cooking some dishes.
- you can’t stress          the importance of using the fire.

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It was on my way home        my father made the promise       I can do well in next exam he will buy me whatever I want.

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Help others whenever you can     you’ll earn respect from others without difficulty.

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- Hi, Maria! I got the first place in the exam.
         ! Everyone knows you cheated.

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Without enough evidence, the jury couldn’t find him      of the crime ,so he was set free.

A.skepticalB.ashamedC.guiltyD.innocent

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By the 2030s most people can     to live at least 80, which is a big leap for mankind.

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     his idea was accepted by all the people at the meeting.

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       happened to be no one in the building when the fire broke out.

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完型填空

Once a wise man was traveling with some of his disciples(门徒). They  36  to pass a lake and they stopped there for a  37  . The man told one of his disciples,“ I’m
 38  . Do get me some water from that lake.”
Just as the disciple reached it, a cart started  39  the lake. As a result, the water became very  40  and muddy. The disciple thought, “ 41  can I give this water to my teacher to drink!” So he came back and said, “The water is very muddy. I don’t think it is  42  to drink.”
After half an hour, the wise man asked the  43  disciple to get him some water. The disciple obediently(顺从地) went back and found the lake was  44  muddy. He returned and  45  the wise man that the water was unfit to drink.
After another hour, the man again asked the disciple to get him a  46 . The disciple reached the lake to find it calm and still. The mud had  47  and the water was clean and clear. So he  48  some water and brought it to the wise man.
The wise man looked at the water, saying, “See what you  49  to make the water clean. You let it be — The  50  settled down on its own and you got the clear water. Our  51  is also like that! When it is disturbed, just let it be, Give it a little  52 . It will settle down on its own.”
So remember, the next time a(n)  53  has you all frazzled(精疲力竭的), just let it be; don’t  54  immediately. Let the Mud settle and come back to the situation 55 .

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A.demanded! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.wanted! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.struggled! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.happened! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题2】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.discussion! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.sleep! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.rest! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.preparation! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题3】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.thirsty! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.sick! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.tired! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.worried! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题4】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.covering! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.crossing! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.cleaning! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.filling! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题5】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.salty! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.fresh! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.heavy! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.dirty! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题6】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.Where! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.How! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.When! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.Why! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题7】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.fit! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.convenient! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.dangerous! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.cheap! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题8】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.clever! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.different! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.same! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.strong! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题9】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.indeed! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.even! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.also! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.still! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题10】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.warned! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.informed! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.showed! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.promised! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题11】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.drink! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.chance! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.pot! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.hand! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题12】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.taken off! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.settled down! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.broken down! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.gone off! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
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【小题13】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.stored! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.found! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.collected! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.left! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题14】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.heard! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.discovered! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.noticed! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.did! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题15】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.leaf! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.water! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.mud! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.dust! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题16】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.mind! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.sight! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.sense! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.diet! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题17】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.room! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.time! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.money! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.care! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题18】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.accident! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.danger! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.situation! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.disaster! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题19】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.act! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.admit! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.fail! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.advance! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
【小题20】! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
A.now! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y B.first! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y C.recently! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y D.later! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 
! c1 E& _- f' @& ^& A4 j# V3 Y 

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阅读理解

When it comes to hard, noisy traveling, we’ve found that sometimes we’d rather read about it than actually go. Here are some bestsellers for armchair travelers.
The Station by Robert Byron. In 1928, the 22-year-old man made a journey to Mount Athos, resulting in one of the best travel books ever written, matched only by Byron’s own, much more famous The Road to Osciana.
In Darkest Africa by Henry Monton Stanley. It’s about his great efforts to save an unlucky German doctor Eduard Schnitzer, who had no desire to be rescued at all.
A Traveler’s Alphabet: Partial Memoirs by Sir Steven Runciman. A to Z and around the world. He provides priceless information of long-gone princesses, priests, and places.
South: A Memoir of the Endurance Voyage by Sir Ernest Shackleton. As the planet started the global war, Shackleton and his brave group of explorers made an unsuccessful but heroic journey to cross Antarctica from 1914 to 1917.
The Michelin Red Guide: France 2005 Reading through this final listing of all the nice hotels and wonderful restaurants in France is better than going there, listening to Chirac talk about the poisonous American culture, and spending the price of this book for a tiny cup of tea and a cookie the size of your thumb.
The Past Is a Foreign Country by David Lowenthal. This great book of an armchair exploration tells us what has happened in the past and shows the relationship between us and the past travelers.
【小题1】This passage is written            .
A. to warn readers against traveling     
B. as an introduction to famous travelers
C to sell more books about travels
D. to tell people where to travel
【小题2】The underlined phrase “armchair travelers” in the first paragraph refers to those who                .

A.like to read about travels instead of travel themselves
B.find fun teaching others how to travel to other places
C.like to write about their strange traveling experiences
D.can only travel with special equipment for the disabled
【小题3】 which of the books has a very low price according to the passage?
A.A Traveler’s Alphabet: Partial Memoirs.
B.South: A Memoir to the Endurance Voyage.
C.The Michelin Red Guide: France 2005.
D.The Past Is a Foreign Country.
【小题4】What can we learn from the passage?
A.Henry Monton Stanley, was saved by a German doctor in Africa.
B.In his book, Lowenthal focuses more on history than the present.
C.It took Shackleton and his men 3 years to cross Antarctica.
D.The Station is no more famous than The Road to Osciana.
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Even before they start school, many young girls worry that they are fat. But a new study suggests watching a movie starring a stereotypically(模式化地)thin and beautiful princess may not increase children’s anxieties.
Nearly half of the 3 to 6 year old girls in a study by Professor Stacey Tantleff-Dunn and doctoral student Sharon Hayes said they worry about being fat. About one-third would change a physical feature, such as their weight or hair color.
The number of girls worried about being fat at such a young age concerns Tantleff-Dunn because of the potential effects later in life. Studies have shown young girls worried about their body image are more likely to suffer from eating disorders when they are older.
The encouraging news for parents is that taking their young daughters to see the new Disney film “The Princess and the Frog” isn’t likely to influence how they see their bodies.
“The media have a great effect on how young girls see their bodies. That’s why it’s important for parents to use movies such as ‘The Princess and the Frog,’ to start conversations with their children about weight, skin color and their views of beauty. They can explain that princesses’ tiny waists are not realistic for girls and that children don’t need Cinderella’s golden hair or Snow White’s porcelain(瓷制的) skin to look good,” Tantleff-Dunn said.
“We need to help our children challenge the images of beauty, particularly thinness, that they see and idolize, and encourage them to question how much appearance should be part of their self-worth,” said Tantleff-Dunn. “We should help them build a positive self-image with an appreciation for many different types of body features.” And as their children’s most important role models, parents also should avoid criticizing their own bodies.
【小题1】 Tantleff-Dunn worries that young girls caring too much about their appearance may          .

A.have diet trouble in the future$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
B.cause trouble when they are older$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
C.have mental problems later in life $ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
D.have difficulty in communication$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
【小题2】 What is especially considered as beauty by girls according to the passage?
A.Having black hair.$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h B.Having a slim body.$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
C.Having golden skin.$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h D.Having big bright eyes.$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
【小题3】Parents can help kids build a positive self-image by      .
A.encouraging kids to act as role models$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
B.preventing kids seeing beautiful models$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
C.telling kids the importance of appearance$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
D.avoiding complaining of their own bodies$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
【小题4】 The writer writes the passage mainly to          
A.explain the meaning of beauty$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
B.introduce a new research finding$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
C.stress the influence of media on girls$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h
D.teach girls how to become a princess$ b2 i. J" O3 B$ H+ d; `! O- h

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Boom boom!( I’m here, come to me!)
Krak krak!( Watch out, a leopard (豹)!)
Hok hok hok!( Hey, crowned eagle!)
Very good — you’ve already mastered half the basic vocabulary of the Campbell’s monkey, which lives in the forests of the Tai National Park in Ivory Coast. The adult males have six types of call, each with a specific meaning, but they can mix two or more calls together into a message with a different meaning.
Having spent months recording the monkeys’ calls in response to both natural and artificial stimuli (刺激物), a group led by Klaus Zuberbuhler of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland argues that the Campbell’s monkeys have a certain form of syntax(句法).
This is likely to be controversial because despite great effort to teach chimpanzees(大猩猩) language, they showed little or no ability to combine the sounds they learned into a sentence with a larger meaning. Syntax, basic to the structure of language, uniquely belongs to humans.
“Krak” is a call that warns of leopards in the neighborhood. The monkeys give it in response to real leopards and to leopard shouting broadcast by the researchers. The monkeys can vary the call by adding “-oo”: “Krak-oo” seems to be a general word for hunter, but one given in a special context – when monkeys hear but don’t see a hunter, or when they hear the alarm calls of another species.
The “boom-boom” call invites other monkeys to come toward the male making the sound. Two booms can be combined with a series of “krak-oos”, with a meaning entirely different to that of either of its single parts. “Boom boom krak-oo krak-oo krak-oo” is the monkey’s version of “Timber!” – it warns of falling trees.
If Zuberbuhler is correct, the Campbell’s monkeys can both vary the meaning of specific calls by adding something and combine calls to make a different meaning.
【小题1】What is the passage mainly about?

A.A group of scientists.B.Calls of Campbell’s monkeys.
C.The lifestyle of monkeys.D.The importance of language.
【小题2】According to the passage, chimpanzees       .
A.don’t communicate by sounds
B.only understand simple sentences
C.fail to learn language from humans
D.are not related to the Campbell’s monkeys
【小题3】If the Campbell’s monkeys hear a lion’s shouting, they will call “  ”.
A.KrakB.BoomC.Boom boom krak-oo krak-oo krak-oo D.Krak-oo
【小题4】 According to the passage, it seems that        .
A.Zuberbuhler has spent years in the forests
B.the writer isn’t sure of Zuberbuhler’s opinions
C.the Campbell’s monkeys are cleverer than other animals
D.the Campbell’s monkeys can express six meanings by calls

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Ricochet, a 19-month-old golden retriever(金毛寻回犬), was bred(饲养) to be a service dog but never made it. Now, she has found her role in the ocean, surfing with a disabled teen.
Patrick Ivison, 15, suffered a severe injury in a car accident when he was 14 months old. He has been disabled since, but the Californian boy never gave up on the goal of walking. He recently took his first steps. When Ivison first met Ricochet, the two immediately hit it off. To raise money for Ivison’s physical therapy(治疗), which is not covered by insurance, it was suggested that the pair take up surfing. Ivison said that when he first heard the idea he thought, “We are completely out of our minds.”
But from the start, the two took to surfing naturally. With the help of his mom, Jennifer Kayler, and friends, who carry Patrick to the ocean and guide the extra-large surfboard into the waters, Ivison rides the waves with his pal standing on the back. “It’s kind of like a grand performance out there,” Ivison said of the group of people who help him out. The dog helps to balance out the board The teen remembered one pass when “we were about to flip over and then she stepped on that side of the board and helped us out.”
The two participated Sunday in the Surf City Surf Dog contest as a fund-raiser(募集资金者). They wowed the cheering crowd during their exhibition. The event raised $8,200. About $2,000 will go toward a service dog for Ivison, and the rest will go toward his “Help Patrick Walk” therapy fund.
【小题1】 Ivison got disabled when             .

A.he drove to the seaside/ F7 H; g& A7 _% ? B.he began to learn surfing/ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
C.he suffered a severe disease/ F7 H; g& A7 _% ? D.he was over one year old/ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
【小题2】Ivison decided to take up surfing in order to       .
A.collect money for his treatment/ F7 H; g& A7 _% ? B.set an example for the disabled/ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
C.realize his dream of being a surfer/ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
D.develop courage and positive attitudes/ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
【小题3】What did Ivison think about the idea of going surfing in the beginning?
A.Easy./ F7 H; g& A7 _% ? B.Interesting./ F7 H; g& A7 _% ? C.Crazy./ F7 H; g& A7 _% ? D.Exciting./ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
【小题4】In what way does Ricochet help Ivison surf?
A.She keeps on cheering Ivison on./ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
B.She keeps the balance of the surfboard./ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
C.She gives signals when huge waves come./ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?
D.She pulls the board back if Ivison falls off./ F7 H; g& A7 _% ?

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In 1987, while serving as the public affairs officer at Fort Bragg, I would frequently visit the local high schools to speak to the students about the Army. As a lieutenant colonel(中校), I found it particularly rewarding to talk with the teenagers about the benefits of military service, if only for a few years of their lives.
During one of these visits, I reported to the secretary in the principal’s office to let her know that I was here for the third-period class. I was a little surprised when she told me. “The principal would like to see you before you go to the class.”
As I entered his office, I was greeted by a gentleman who appeared to be in his late thirties, and he welcomed me with a smile and a handshake. “You don’t remember me, do you?” he said.
I looked closely at the face again and could not recall where we may have met before.
“You were my company commander in basic training at Fort Jackson in 1970,” the principal said.
“Let me help you out,” he suggested. “You gave me a three-day pass to go home and see my newborn baby.” I immediately remembered the incident!
“Yes,” I said. “I remember now.” It was the only three-day pass I had issued because the soldiers were on their way to Vietnam immediately after they finished training. But I knew if I did not let him go home to see his son and something happened to him, I would regret denying the opportunity he had to be with his family.
“Come on, Colonel. I’d like to introduce you to ‘the baby’. He’s in your third-period class. By letting me go see him, you gave me a reason to stay focused and to come home safe from that war. Thank you , sir.”
It was the most rewarding class I had ever given, and I had no problem in telling the students about the bonds of friendship and the values that Army life can provide…and that can last a lifetime.
【小题1】 In the writer’s opinion, talking to teens about the Army is       .

A.a forced task; @( Q" R* ^6 V B.a pleasant thing; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
C.an unavoidable duty; @( Q" R* ^6 V D.an embarrassing experience; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
【小题2】 Why did the principal want to see the writer?
A.He wanted to send his son to the Army.; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
B.He felt sorry for causing the writer trouble.; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
C.He was disappointed at the writer’s lecture.; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
D.He intended to express his thanks to the writer.; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
【小题3】The underlined part in the text suggests that       .
A.the son may die; @( Q" R* ^6 V B.the son may become ill; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
C.the soldier may die in the war; @( Q" R* ^6 V D.the soldier may be hurt in the training; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
【小题4】 What might be the most suitable title for the text?
A.A soldier remembers.; @( Q" R* ^6 V B.A principal thinks; @( Q" R* ^6 V 
C.A baby grows; @( Q" R* ^6 V D.A lecture continues; @( Q" R* ^6 V 

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