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  • 第二节完形填空(20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    “I can’t believe it.These blooms have lasted so long this year,” my wife said.
    “I hadn’t really thought about it, but you are right.As much as I love lilacs (丁香), they come and go so   36  ,” I said.
    It has been incredibly   37   this year here in my back-yard.Our lilac tree has   38   the most blooms I have ever seen.The scent (香味) is so wonderful that I spend a lot of time just standing on our small deck   39   it all in.
    Many of the   40   are hollow and almost broken, leaving me to believe it has   41 _ many springs.A few winters ago one of the biggest branches crashed to the ground under the   42   of melting snow.It   43   my heart.I guess I wasn’t   44   much from the old thing this year.But it is magnificent!
    Since we have been   45   so much rain lately the flowers have become heavier.The   46_ tall branches seem to be under a lot of pressure.I can relate to that.There are big gaps because the branches are   47 .
    48  , today I noticed the first bunch of flowers turning brown.It won’t be long   49 _ they are all gone.But here’s what I’ve learned from it.
    Some people are like fragrant flowers.They come into our lives ever so   50   and leave behind a scent that stays in our being.They   51   your day by just having had contact with them even if for a moment.You cannot possibly   52   a day without thinking about them.Their beautiful   53   gently touches your heart each time you hear their name.In the coldest, darkest days of the winter of my life, the   54   of them will get me through it all and bring a smile to my face and I will have “spring forever in my   55 .”
    36.A.slowly        B.steadily       C.gently       D.fast
    37.A.confusing     B.exciting      C.disappointing   D.annoying
    38.A.supplied      B.raised          C.produced     D.presented
    39.A.taking          B.breathing       C.bringing      D.getting
    40.A.branches       B.leaves          C.flowers      D.fruits
    41.A.seen           B.won           C.found         D.missed
    42.A.threat       B.attack         C.weight       D.control
    43.A.hurt          B.broke           C.struck          D.cured
    44.A.expecting      B.learning         C.judging       D.borrowing
    45.A.predicting     B.lacking         C.desiring      D.experiencing
    46.A.still         B.even            C.once          D.just
    47.A.lighter        B.softer         C.stronger      D.lower
    48.A.Sadly       B.Luckily        C.Hopefully      D.Jokingly
    49.A.when       B.before         C.after          D.since
    50.A.casually       B.slowly         C.secretly       D.briefly
    51.A.brighten      B.waste        C.ruin          D.end
    52.A.put off        B.take up       C.go through    D.use up
    53.A.expression    B.appearance    C.figure         D.spirit
    54.A.memory      B.understanding  C.sympathy     D.tolerance
    55.A.experience      B.theory       C.heart           D.conscience

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  • (2)When I was six, I went to a local grade school.In grade school, I was __36__ the other kids because of my speech and reading __37__.All the kids would shout, “You are a dummy, you are a dummy,” and so on.I thought they were __38__ because all my grades showed it.I had no self-confidence.
    Through the first five years of grade school, I was small and very clumsy.I would __39__ cups and trays in the cafe, and sometimes __40__ myself and fall onto the floor when I walked.In sixth grade, I became interested in __41__.The class had its annual field day.Each class would have its own teams __42__ against each other.I went out for all of the __43__.I was not the best __44__ I was not bad.The thing that I could do was run and run fast.This __45__ the other kids because I was so clumsy, and then __46__ a lot more name-calling from the kids.When somebody else won a race, the kids told how __47__ he was.When I won, they called me __48__; I did not know why they were doing this.I think that it was unfair, and it __49__ me.
    Between seventh and eighth grade, I started to __50__.In three months, I grew seven inches.At the start of eighth grade, I began to play football.I was much bigger than everybody else; I was __51__than most of the backs we played against.The other team would not __52__ the ball towards me, so I just ran them __53__.It was the first time in my life that I was really good at something and __54__ it.It was a new feeling of __55__.
    36.A.above       B.before      C.behind      D.among
    37.A.materials  B.questions  C.skills     D.problems
    38.A.right     B.wrong      C.rude     D.foolish
    39.A.clean     B.drop     C.keep     D.serve
    40.A.trip      B.help     C.enjoy     D.hurt
    41.A.studies      B.sports       C.programs  D.matches
    42.A.stand     B.fight     C.quarrel     D.compete
    43.A.teams       B.subjects    C.tests     D.grades
    44.A.because    B.if         C.but       D.and
    45.A.interested  B.shocked    C.delighted  D.disappointed
    46.A.happened  B.continued  C.made     D.came
    47.A.famous     B.good     C.happy       D.strange
    48.A.names      B.numbers   C.classmates D.leaders
    49.A.frightened B.ashamed   C.hurt      D.worried
    50.A.progress   B.change      C.grow     D.play
    51.A.faster          B.firmer      C.cleverer    D.harder
    52.A.push     B.run       C.hand     D.catch 
    53.A.back     B.down     C.off       D.away
    54.A.judged      B.recognizedC.decided     D.knew
    55.A.courage    B.sadness     C.pride     D.regret

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  • 第四节  完形填空(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)
    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出适合填入对应空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该选项涂黑。
    That night, Joe came back home very late, pulling his heavy legs, obviously tired.He then sat down by the window, ­ 26  his head.
    Hearing her husband back, Kay  27  out of the kitchen, but to her  28 , Joe sat still,
    without  29 .Usually, when he came back, he would greet her with a kiss or a hug.Immediately Kay 30 something unusual.She went over to Joe and asked, “Tell me, my dear, any 31  news?”
    “Well, I have to say that things are not in our  32 .It seems that I have no  33 to defeat my opponent (对手).He’s much more  34 , for he’s been holding the position for nearly four years, and people think he’s done a  35  job.Many signs show that he’s in the 36 .”
    “Oh, really? But I still believe you have our own  37 .You’re in your forties at the best age for a man.You’re new, so people have reasons to  38  you to do better.So let’s go to the voters and tell hem, ‘Give Joe Hart a chance, and he’ll show you who’s your better 39”
    Their next three weeks were spent  40  different neighborhoods, going to all kinds of parties, and making speeches at universities and gatherings.Even Judy and Julie, their small children, went from door to door,  41  their “Please vote for our daddy, Joe Hart!”
    The night before the  42 vote, the whole Hart family were too  43 to fall asleep.The moment before the final result was declared, their  44 were brought to their mouths, but at last they all  45 and burst into tears.
    Joe Hart became head judge of the state of Texas, USA.
    26.A.lifting         B.raising       C.hanging     D.combing
    27.A.walked       B.looked       C.kept        D.stole
    28.A.anger         B.joy          C.surprise     D.disappointment
    29.A.hope         B.movement    C.patience     D.smile
    30.A.said          B.sensed        C.told         D.did
    31.A.lucky         B.exciting      C.new        D.bad
    32.A.favor         B.way          C.place        D.sight
    33.A.time          B.thought      C.chance       D.wish
    34.A.interesting     B.experienced   C.lovely       D.fit
    35.A.good          B.poor         C.beautiful     D.funny
    36.A.success        B.office        C.lead         D.government
    37.A.people        B.reasons       C.rights        D.advantages
    38.A.force         B.expect       C.order         D.ask
    39.A.choice        B.friend        C.leader       D.person
    40.A.helping        B.visiting       C.inviting            D.traveling
    41.A.answering     B.repeating      C.showing     D.offering
    42.A.final         B.next         C.first         D.close
    43.A.eager         B.sorry         C.anxious      D.happy
    44.A.breaths       B.worries       C.tongues      D.hearts
    45.A.left          B.arrived             C.laughed      D.jumped

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  • 二.完形填空:
    Why did I come today? I wondered. My Christmas   16   contained several people that claimed they wanted nothing but I knew their feelings would be hurt   17   I didn’t buy them anything, so gift buying was   18   but fun.
    Hurriedly, I finished shopping and   19   the long checkout lines. In front of me were a boy of about 5 and a younger girl. She carried a beautiful pair of    20   slippers. When we finally   21   the checkout register, the girl   22   placed the shoes on the counter. She treated them as though they were a   23  .
    “That will be $ 6.09,” the cashier said. The boy   24   his pockets. He finally came up with $ 3.12. “I guess we will have to put them back,” he   25   said. “We will come back some other time, maybe tomorrow.” With that statement, a soft   26   broke from the little girl. “But Jesus would have loved these shoes,” she cried.
    “Well, we’ll go home and work some more. Don’t cry. We’ll surely   27  ,” he said. Quickly I handed $ 3.00 to the cashier. These children had waited in line for a long time. And,   28  , it was Christmas. Suddenly a pair of arms came around me and a small voice   29   said, “Thank you, lady.” “What did you   30   when you said Jesus would like the shoes?” I asked. The boy answered, “Our mommy is sick and going to   31  . Daddy said she might go before Christmas to be with Jesus.” The girl spoke, “My Sunday school teacher said the streets in heaven are shiny gold, just like these shoes. Won’t mommy be   32   walking on those streets in these shoes?”
    My eyes   33   as I looked into her tear-streaked face. “Yes,” I answered, “I am   34   she will.” Silently I thanked God for using these children to   35   me of the true spirit of giving.
    16. A. plan                B. list                    C. goods                D. purchases
    17. A. if                       B. because             C. unless               D. since
    18. A. something           B. nothing             C. anything            D. everything
    19. A. waited                B. joined               C. attended            D. gathered
    20. A. cotton                 B. leather                     C. gold                  D. silver
    21. A. approached         B. passed               C. checked             D. found
    22. A. immediately        B. hesitantly          C. shyly               D. carefully
    23. A. gift                    B. treasure             C. life                   D. prize
    24. A. opened               B. touched             C. tore                  D. searched
    25. A. bravely               B. uncertainly        C. slowly               D. doubtfully
    26. A. tear                    B. sob                   C. smile                D. sigh
    27. A. leave                  B. come                C. return               D. arrive
    28. A. above all             B. at last                C. at least                     D. after all
    29. A. gratefully            B. sweetly             C. gracefully          D. kindly
    30. A. request               B. expect               C. mean         D. attempt
    31. A. hospital                     B. tomb                 C. heaven                     D. sky
    32. A. equal                  B. comfortable              C. convenient         D. beautiful
    33. A. pained                B. flooded             C. shut                  D. froze
    34. A. sure                    B. afraid                C. glad                  D. confident
    35. A. inform                B. warn                 C. cure                  D. remind

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  • 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。
    Home, sweet home
    It was December 22. The cold wind swept the countless snowflakes(雪花) across my front yard. My dad was there sweeping the  36  . His nose was __37___as a cherry. With every breath he took, a white puff(水气) ran into the air.
    Inside, my mother was  38  the last of the boxes. As I entered the front door, the  39  that after today I wouldn’t enter through that door ever again  40  a hole in my stomach. I picked up my dog and sat Indian style with him in my arms on the  41  , wooden floor. I had no  42  but to sit on the floor, for there was no longer any furniture existing in my house. I sat there in a daze(恍惚), just  43  . There was no reason for my parents to make me, a once  44  12-year-old kid,  45  . I had two best friends right across the street; I did well in school and I always kept my room clean.  46  , this was “my house”. By no means did I want a couple of  47  living here. These recurring(重复)thoughts  48  around in my mind and I couldn’t find an answer.
    Out of the front window I could see the orange top of a truck pulling in the cleaned driveway and I knew it was the other U-Haul. Instantly three men came  49  in the back door like World War III was starting.
    I watched  50  as the men, my mother and my dad carried our belongings to the truck. My dog even winced(畏缩)as he stared out of the window. I wondered if he was  51  , too, or if he just wished to play outside in the snow.
    My mum came in, looking solemn(凝重). She turned   52  the overhead light, put the  53  in my arm and took me out of the back door. A totally  54  feeling filled my heart. For the first time in my life ,I wondered what  55  would be to me tomorrow.
    36. A. stairs       B. garden          C. sidewalk     D. driveway
    37. A. red              B. black     C. white     D. blown
    38. A. piling      B. packing      C. collecting   D. locking
    39. A. wish        B. dream     C. thought      D. worry
    40. A. cut              B. burned          C. shot       D. made
    41. A. cold        B. wet        C. broken          D . messy
    42. A. choice     B. way       C. solution      D. means
    43. A. dreaming     B. thinking     C. staring          D. crying
    44. A. hardworking       B. clever     C. happy     D. honest
    45. A. remain     B. cry        C. suffer     D. move
    46. A. However      B. Besides      C. Therefore   D. Yet
    47. A. neighbours   B. strangers    C. visitors       D. elders
    48. A. occurred      B. traveled      C. danced          D. flowed
    49. A. running          B. laughing     C. talking          D. wispering
    50. A. curiously     B. strangely    C. carefully    D. helplessly
    51. A. afraid      B. angry     C. sad        D. lonely
    52. A. down      B. off         C. on         D. up
    53. A. box         B. dog        C. bag        D. hand
    54. A. excited     B. eager     C. empty     D. angry
    55. A. place       B. school    C. home    D. world

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  • Everyone wants to be a pop star. When I was a kid, I wanted to be a pop star.   71   You get to sing and dance and make voices. People are willing to pay you tons of money and, of course, many fans love you. It’s a perfect life; what could be the problems?
      72  And one of the biggest problems is “crazy” fans who live their idols (偶像) too much. Andy Lau, the Hong Kang superstar, experienced that last year. A fan was so crazy about Andy that she persuaded her parents to spend all their money and travel to Hong Kang to meet him. Andy is a nice man so he met the girl and talked with her for a few minutes.
    That should have been the end of the story, but it wasn’t!   73  In despair (绝望), the father jumped into the sea and said it was because Andy Lau had made him poor and had made his daughter a “crazy” fan. It’s a very sad story and it shows what can happen when ordinary people become crazy pop fans.
    We like famous persons, and we enjoy listening to them.   74  And some people think that, since they love the pop star, the pop star should love then back.. That’s crazy!   75  They have their own families and friends. Their job is to entertain us, not to love us. So, don’t be a “crazy” fan, be a good fan, and just appreciate the joy, the happiness and the excitement that your favorite pop star bring you.
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    B.Sometimes we think we know them as well as we know our closest friends.
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    C.It seems like the coolest job in the world.
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    D.The family had spent all their money to meet Andy and they had no money to return home.
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    E. They hated the superstar.
    F. Pop stars have their own personal lives.
    G. In fact, there is no difficulty in becoming a pop star.

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  • 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,共30分)
    If you think you are sick, you are sick no matter what   41 says.   42 , if you believe in your doctor, and if he tells that you are going to feel better, you probably will. The  43  of the mind on the body does exist and sometimes can be powerful. It exists whether one is 44 of it or not.
    Take the  45   of Mrs. Green, for example. She was unable to get to sleep at night and was too tired during the day to do some simple things that she   46  enjoy doing. She had headaches more often which   47  her from reading or watching TV. The more she thought about her conditions,  48  she felt. At last she went to   49  her doctor, whom she had known for years. The doctor listened to her and gave her a very   50  examination. Then he said to her, “ There is nothing  51  wrong with you physically, but I accept the fact   52  you don’t feel well. I’m going to give you some pills that should help. I want you to   53  one after dinner and one half an hour   54  you go to bed tonight. Call me tomorrow and tell me   55  you feel.
     56  Mrs. Green telephoned, “Doctor, I had the first   57  night’s sleep in two months. What is in this pills   58 ?” The doctor said, “It is an old formula(配方) I have  59 for years. Just   60  taking them for a week.” Turning to the nurse, he said, “It’s wonderful what a little baking soda(苏打) can do.”
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