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  • 完形填空(共15小题,每题1分,满分15分)
    When I was a young child, my parents often told me that it was time that taught a man everything. I didn’t understand and wondered why _31_ had such a big influence _32_ a person. I thought I could grow up quickly to find it out as an adult. But now, _33_ I come to knock at the door of adulthood, I feel _34_ to express my own opinion on this saying. I know that I am just a high school student with very few experiences. There are still many things waiting for me in the future, yet I would like to express myself in a childish voice.
    I once read this sentence, “To make this world a happy place in which to live, you had better _35_ yourself and your heart, instead of the whole world.” I was shocked. It made me think about _36_ itself. There are so many things around us that _37_ our will. We can’t force life to follow our wishes. The earth won’t stop turning no matter whether we _38_ it or not . What we can do is just to make  _39_ suit the world. I think we should learn to accept _40_ life gives us, no matter whether it’s the spring sunlight or the winter snowfall, and try to be happy.
    The pop song Grandmother by Jay Chou is my favorite. I’m deeply moved by this beautiful song. I always try to _41_ every pleasant thing in my life, but now I see that I don’t catch most of the pleasant moments. It is more likely that they slip by(流逝)and leave you _42_ regretful. I realize that I’m not just living for myself and that there are others I should _43_ such as my parents, friends, and so on. They all pay attention to my growing up, _44_ it’s just a little progress.
    Everyone has his or her own _45_ towards life, positive or negative. It doesn’t  matter, I think. There is one rule that should be obeyed and that’s to make this world better.
    31. A. man
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    C. thing 
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    D. parent
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    32. A. about
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    B. with
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    C. on
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    D. in
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    33. A. before
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    B. after
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    C. as 
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    D. when
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    34. A. glad
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    B. angry  
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    C. tired 
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    D. anxious
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    35. A. praise 
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    B. change
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    C. exchange 
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    D. force
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    36. A. life 
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    C. heart
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    D. world
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    37. A. go with
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    38.A. receive 
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    39.A. himself 
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    C. ourselves 
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    43. A. make of
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  • 完型填空(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36—55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    Fifteen years spent in the field of education has provided me with many treasured moments. One of the most unforgettable   36  when I was teaching second grade 10 years ago.
    In May I decided to plan something special for the children; a Mother’s Day tea. We had put our   37  together to come up with ideas of how to   38  our mothers. We practiced singing songs, memorized poems and wrote cards. We decided to hold our tea the Friday before Mother’s Day. I was surprised and   39  to learn that every mother was planning to attend. I   40  invited my own mother.
    Finally, the big day arrived. Each child lined up at our classroom door,   41 the arrival of his or her mom.   42  it got closer to starting time, I looked around and my eyes quickly found Jimmy. His mother hadn’t   43  up and he was looking upset.
    I took my mother   44  the hand and walked over to Jimmy. “Jimmy,” I said, “I have a bit of problem here and I was   45  if you could keep my mother   46  while I’m busy.”
    My mom and Jimmy sat at a table. Jimmy   47  my mom her treats, presented her with the gift I had made, just as we had   48  the day before. Whenever I looked over, my mother and Jimmy were in deep   49 .
    Last year, I took a senior class on a field trip, and there was Jimmy, I had the students complete an outline of the day’s   50  and an evaluation of our trip. Then I collected the students’ booklets and checked them to see if   51  was completed. When I came to Jimmy’s   52 , he had written “Remember our Mother’s Day tea we had in second grade, Mrs, Marra? I do! Thanks for all you did for me, and thank your mother, too.”
    I told him I really enjoyed what he had written. He looked rather embarrassed and   53   his own thanks and walked away. Suddenly he ran bark and gave me a big hug.
    “Thanks again. No one even knew my mother didn’t   54  it.”
    I ended my workday with a hug from a teenage boy who    55  stopped hugging teachers years ago.
    36.A.lasted                  B.happened             C.experienced         D.described
    37.A.heads                  B.brains                 C.minds                 D.hearts
    38.A.love                    B.please                 C.respect                D.admire
    39.A.astonished           B.worried               C.relieved               D.interested
    40.A.even                   B.ever                    C.still                     D. once
    41.A.expecting            B.hoping                C.predicting            D.supposing
    42.A.Although            B.As                      C.While                 D.Because
    43.A.set up                 B.picked up            C.turned up            D.held up
    44.A.over                   B.to                       C.on                      D.by
    45.A.considering         B.wondering           C.asking                 D.doubting
    46.A.connection          B.safety                  C.company             D.concern
    47.A.served                 B.supplied              C.assigned              D.applied
    48.A.taught                 B.studied                C.practiced             D.told
    49.A.mood                  B.thought               C.agreement           D.conversation
    50.A.feeling                B.beh