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  • Music comes in many forms; most countries have a style of their own. 1 the turn of the century when jazz was born, America had no prominent 2 ofits own.No one knows exactly when jazz was 3 ,or by whom.But it began to be 4 in the early 1900s.Jazz is Americas contribution to 5 music.In contrast to classical music, which 6 formal European traditions, jazz is spontaneous and freeform.It bubbles with energy, 7 the moods, interests, and emotions of the people.In the 1920s jazz 8 like America, and 9 it does today.The 10 of this music are as interesting as the music 11 .American Negroes, or blacks, as they are called today, were the jazz 12 .They were brought to Southern States 13 slaves.They were sold to plantation owners and forced to work long 14 .When a Negro died his friend and relatives 15 a procession to carry the body to the cemetery.In New Orleans, a band often accompanied the 16 .On the way to the cemetery the band played slow, solemn music suited to the occasion. 17 on the way home the mood changed.Spirits lifted.Death had removed one of their 18 ,but the living were glad to bealive.The band played 19 music, improvising(即兴表演) on both the harmony andthe melody of the tunes 20 at the funeral.This music made everyone want to dance.It was an early form of jazz.
    1.A.By B.At C.In D.On
    2.A.music B.song C.melody D.style
    3.A.discovered B.acted C.invented D.designed
    4.A.noticed B.found C.listened D.heard
    5.A.classical B.sacred C.popular D.light
    6.A.forms B.follows C.approaches D.introduces
    7.A.expressing B.explaining C.exposing D.illustrating
    8.A.appeared B.felt C.seemed D.sounded
    9.A.as B.so C.either D.neither
    10.A.origins B.originals C.discoveries D.resources
    11.A.concerned B.itself C.available D.oneself
    12.A.players B.followers C.fans D.pioneers
    13.A.for B.as C.with D.by
    14.A.months B.weeks C.hours D.times
    15.A.demonstrated B.composed C.hosted D.formed
    16.A.demonstration B.procession C.body D.march
    17.A.Even B.Therefore C.Furthermore D.But
    18.A.number B.members C.body D.relations
    19.A.sad B.solemn C.happy D.funeral
    20.A.whistled B.sung C.presented D.showed

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  • 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20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。
    On August 26, 1999, New York City experienced a terrible rainstorm. The rain caused the streets to _36_ and the subway system (地铁系统)almost came to a stop.
    Unfortunately, this happened during the morning rush hour. Many people who were going to work were _ _37__ to go home. Some battled to _ _38__ a taxi or to get on a bus. Still others faced the _ _39_ bravely, walking miles to get to work..
    I _ _40__ to be one of the people on the way to work that morning. I went from subway line to subway line only to find that most _ _41_ had stopped. After making my way _ _42  crowds of people, I finally found a subway line that was operating . __ 43_, there were so many people waiting to 44_ the subway that I could not even get down the stairs to the platform.(月台) So I took the train going in the _ _45 direction, and then turn back to the downtown train. Finally, after what seemed like an forever journey, the train _46_ my stop. Then I had to walk several blocks in the increasingly heavy rain. When I finally got to my office, I was _47__ through, discouraged and _48___.
    My co-workers and I spent most of the day drying off. When it was 5:00 pm,I was ready to go home. I was about to turn off my computer __49___ I received an email from Garth, my Director:
    I would like to thank all of you who made the effort and __50__ reported to work. It is always reassuring(令人欣慰), at times like these, when employees so clearly __51___ their devotion((忠心)  to their jobs. Thank you.
    Garth’s email was short, but I learned more from that __52__ message than I ever did from a textbook. The e-mail taught me that a few words of __53____ can make a big difference. The rainstorm and the traffic __54__ had made me tired and upset. But Garth’s words immediately_55__ me and put a smile back on my face.
    36. A. break            B. flood              C. sink                  D. run
    37. A. forced           B. refused              C. ordered             D. gathered
    38. A. order            B. pay                   C. call                   D. search
    39. A. climate          B. weather             C. storm                D. snow
    40. A. used              B. promised           C. seemed             D. happened
    41. A. practice          B. traffic               C. process             D. service
    42. A. to                B. through             C. over                  D. for
    43. A. Unfortunately      B. Luckily      C. Interestingly      D. Satisfyingly
    44. A. check              B. carry          C. find             D. board
    45. A. only              B. similar         C. same             D. opposite
    46. A. paused            B. crossed         C. reached          D. parked
    47. A. wet                B. weak       C. sick             D. hurt
    48. A. interested        B. tired          C. surprised       D. puzzled
    49. A. while             B. when          C. where          D. after
    50. A. hardly            B. happily        C. firstly         D. finally
    51. A. show              B. carry          C. take          D. fetch
    52. A. basic           B. attractive       C. brief               D. original
    53. A. promise          B. appreciation       C. advice             D. position
    54. A. troubles         B. signals       C. rules         D. signs
    55. A. corrected         B. supported          C. surprised           D. delighted

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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)
    BRITISH newspapers are among the oldest and most famous in the world. But recently big changes have   36   these traditional publications try to  37  the modern world. After 216 years, The Times has halved its   38   to become much smaller. In fact, the paper has  39  its size in half from a broadsheet to tabloid(小型报纸).
    In Britain the newspaper market is  40  between the larger broadsheets and the smaller tabloids. These terms  41  the size of the papers' pages but there is also a clear  42  in content. Broadsheets such as The Times, the Guardian and Daily Telegraph are  43  papers. They  44  a broad range of political, economic and international issues. Their stories are also  45  long and use quite formal language.
    Tabloids have  46  more stories about less serious issues such as celebrities' love lives. Their stories are shorter and use more  47  language. Tabloids often have bigger pictures. Britain's  48  newspaper, the Sun, is a tabloid and has a naked page on page three every day.
    By  49  to the size of a tabloid, The Times is following in the  50  of a less famous broadsheet paper, the Independent. It changed to tabloid last year and saw its sales increase  51 . Although both papers have   52   to the smaller size, the content of the papers has  53  the same. They are both still serious papers.
    The two papers  54  that people find the smaller size easier to  55  when they travel to work on the bus or the train in the morning. The times says its new size is "compact", not tabloid.
    36. A. found                   B. known                C. seen                   D. proved
    37. A. match                    B. suit                     C. change                D. fit
    38. A. length                       B. thickness             C. width                         D. size
    39. A. printed                 B. cut                        C. added                       D. enlarged
    40. A. divided                  B. separated                  C. arranged                D. marked
    41. A. turn into                 B. think about               C. refer to                    D. connect with
    42. A. meaning                  B. difference             C. mark                        D. sign
    43. A. useful                        B. easy                    C. serious                  D. long
    44. A. sell                       B. include                    C. take                      D. cover 
    45. A. certainly             B. reasonably                      C. probably                D. necessarily
    46. A. a few                        B. little                        C. far                           D. any
    47. A. difficult                        B. simple                 C. easy                        D. good
    48. A. best-selling                B. good-looking            C. slow-moving            D. ugly-looking
    49. A. going                    B. getting                   C. coming                    D. changing
    50. A. footsteps                       B. way                    C. direction                  D. method
    51. A. slowly                    B. usually                    C. little                    D. greatly
    52. A. halved                    B. made                   C. changed                 D. cut
    53. A. become                   B. remained              C. left                   D. found
    54. A. agree                     B. hope                    C. expect                 D. insist
    55. A. handle                       B. look                         C. see                           D. buy

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  • III. Reading Comprehension:31%
    Section A
    Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that fits the context.
    Good news! Tiny robots designed by University of Nebraska researchers may   50     doctors on Earth to help perform surgery on patients in space.
    The tiny, wheeled robots, which are about 3 inches tall and as wide a lipstick case, can be slipped into small incisions ( 切口 ) and computer-controlled by surgeons in different   51   . Some robots are equipped with    52    and lights and can send images back to surgeons and others have surgical tools attached that can be controlled    53   .
    “ We think this is going to    54    open surgery.” Dr. Dmitry Oleynikov said at a news conference. Oleynikov is a    55    in computer-assisted surgery at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.
    Officials hope that NASA will teach    56    to use the robots soon enough    57   
    surgeries could one day be performed in space.
    The camera-carrying robots can provide    58    of affected areas and the ones with surgical tools will be able to operate inside the body in ways surgeons’ hands can’t. The views from the camera-carrying robots are    59    than the naked eye, because they    60    back color images that are magnified. Because several robots can be inserted through one incision, they could reduce the amount and    61   of cuts needed for surgery, which would decrease recovery time. This is particularly    62    to those patients who have been weakened by long illness.
    Eventually, Oleynikov said, “ The tiny robots may enable surgeons to work without ever __63__their hands in patients’ bodies. That is the    64   . It is getting easier and easier. We can do even more with these devices.”
    50.  A. use                         B. pay                          C. allow                       D. force
    51.  A. locations                 B. directions                 C. fields                       D. ways
    52.  A. operators          B. monitors           C. cameras              D. flashes
    53.  A. automatically       B. remotely           C. manually              D. widely
    54.  A. perform          B. undergo            C. follow               D. replace
    55.  A. reporter           B. specialist            C. designer              D. director
    56.  A. astronauts         B. nurse               C. teachers              D. trainers
    57.  A. in order to        B. so that              C. thus               D. in case
    58.  A. answers          B. services              C. views               D. insights
    59.  A. weaker           B. stronger                    C. poorer               D. better
    60.  A. send             B. produce                    C. change                     D. create
    61.  A. measure           B. size                 C. power              D. pressure
    62.  A. relevant           B. true                C. helpful             D. interesting
    63.  A. touching          B. pressing             C. holding            D. placing
    64.  A. ambition         B. goal                C. achievement         D. victory

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  • 第四节完型填空:(共20小题,每小题1.5分,共30分)
    Recent studies show that only one out of three people have strong and healthy self-confidence . That ____26 two out of every three people simply don’t know the ____27 they already have to be successful when it’s _____28 there in their hands!___29 if you want others to believe in yourself first. Rememer: “ No one can ask you feel inferior unless you _____30them.” A successful businessman says, “you can’t push anyone up a ladder____31 he knows he can climb himself.”
    Many of us have an image____32 , the  image we have of ourselves. ___33one guy put it: “You can’t win horse race if you think you look_____34 on a horse.” To succeed, the first person you have to ____35 is yourself! So stop believing your own lies about yourself. Just ____36 your mind and you will change your life.
    One of the most harmful weapons that can kill you success in life are the two little words: “____37”You know that people used to ____38 that if human being s traveled faster than 30 miles an hour it would ____39 our circulation of blood and kill us?Thank  goodness a few people didn’t believe that ___40 thinking, or we wouldn’t be riding in cars , buses, and flying in airplanes today. You’ll never know until you____41.
    Roger Bannister was the first human being to run a mile in less than 4 minutes. But _____42 he did it, most people in the would didn’t think it was even _____43. Yet only weeks after Bannister did it , suddenly _____44 all over the world began running a mile in less  than 4 minutes! If we believe something can be done, we’ll _____45 do it.
    26 .A. means     B. reflects   C. reads      D. explains
    27. A. chance     B. strength  C. ability     D. reason 
    28. A. immediately B.properly   C. accurately D. right
    29. A. Because   B. But      C. What     D. While
    30. A.let        B. challenge  C. admit    D. make
    31. A. if        B. except     C. until     D. unless
    32. A.quiz      B.question    C. problem D. mystery
    33. A. When    B. As        C. While   D. Since
    34. A. curious   B. good –looking C.serious  D.funny
    35. A. beat      B. knock      C. strike    D. defend
    36. A. settle     B. bend       C. change   D. fix
    37. A. I failed.   B. Not me.     C. Can I?  D. I can’t
    38. A. imagine   B. think       C. suspect   D. doubt
    39. A. start      B. help        C. stop     D. quit
    40. A. silly      B. empty      C. reasonable D.terrible
    41. A. judge     B. realize      C. understand D.try
    42. A. after      B. before      C. since    D. because
    43. A. likely     B.unbelievable  C. possible D. impossible
    44. A.workers    B. runners     C. competitors D.players
    45. A. simply    B. seldom     C. always  D. usually                

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  • 第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    Fight against crime hots up
    Forget about tanks, guns, and bombs - India’s latest weapon ___36___ in the garden. The bhut jolokia is the world’s ___37__ chili pepper(胡椒). Now the Indian Army has a plan to turn its seed into powder and use the ___38___ as a kind of natural teargas(催泪弹).
    The army says the smoking hot powder - which some people claim can stop a charging(向前冲的) elephant – will help to break ___39___ riots and chase terrorists out of ___40___ spaces. Women might also be able to use the power to chase off (赶走)attackers.
    ___41___ to RB Srivastava, a director at New Delhi’s Defense Research and Development Organization: “This is ___42___ going to be an effective non-toxic(无毒的) weapon because its ___43___ can choke(使窒息)terrorists and ___44___ them out of their hideouts(藏身处). It would literally(确确实实地) choke them.”
    On the other ___45___ of the world, in New York, police ___46___ to track(追踪) down a “vampire(吸血鬼) thief” who tried to steal a taxi driver’s ___47___. Police say that man got into the taxi and asked to ___48___ to a neighborhood in New York City. ___49___ they arrive, he pointed a gun ___50___ the taxi driver and told the driver to give him all his money.
    When the taxi driver tried to fight ___51___ the gunman, the man bit(咬) him at least five times ___52___ the neck, arm, and back. After biting the driver, the man ran away ___53___ money.
    If only the taxi driver ___54___ some bhut jolokia powder, he might have been able to save himself from ___55___ and to get his money back!
    36. A. makes        B. grows       C. is made       D. is grown
    37. A. most smelly  B. coldest    C. hottest       D. hardest
    38. A. juice        B. taste       C. power         D. powder
    39. A. up           B. down        C. through       D. in
    40. A. hidden       B. hiding      C. open          D. broad
    41. A. According    B. As          C. Based         D. Known
    42. A. probably     B. definitely  C. possibly      D. hardly
    43. A. smell        B. taste       C. flavor        D. energy
    44. A. force        B. take        C. put           D. bring
    45. A. way          B. side        C. corner        D. half
    46. A. have tried   B. has tried   C. are trying    D. is trying
    47. A. car          B. wallet      C. gasoline      D. money
    48. A. be taken     B. take        C. be brought    D. bring
    49. A. As          B. As soon as  C. Once          D. B and C
    50. A. to           B. at          C. from          D. away from
    51. A. for          B. back        C. off          D. out
    52. A. on           B. from        C. in            D. around
    53. A. with the     B. without the   C. with        D. without
    54. A. had          B. has had       C. has         D. had had
    55. A. biting       B. bitten        C. being bitten D. being biting

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  • 第三节:完形填空:(共10小题,每小题2分,满分20分)
    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21~30各题所给的A、B、C和D项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
    Homebuyers nationwide are watching housing prices go up, up, and up. “How high can they go ?” is the common question that    46    in the city is asking. But right now, few people seem to have the answer.  “    47    interest rates(利率) stay at about 5 percent, there’s  no way of knowing,”, said a local Guangzhou economist.
    “It’s crazy,” said Li Hua, who is    48    a house near the river. “In 1993, I bought my first place, a two-bedroom apartment in Haizhu district, for 100,000 yuan. My friends thought that I was overpaying and said it just wasn’t worth it. Five years later , I had to move to Shenzhen. I   49    it for 160,000 yuan, which was nice profit. Last year, while    50    friends here, I saw in the local paper that exact same    51    was for sale for 450,000 yuan!”
    It is a seller’s    52    . Homebuyers feel like they have to offer at least 10 percent more than the asking price just to have a chance. Li Hua says the situation is really diffcult. “Whether you decide to buy or decide not to buy, you still feel like you made the    53    decision. If you buy, you feel like you overpaid. If you don’t buy, you want to kick yourself for passing up a great    54    .”
    Everyone says prices must fall, but everyone hopes it will happen the day after they sell their house.   55    government officials have no idea what the future will bring. “All we can say is that these things change,” said the state director of housing.  “What goes up must come down.”
    46.  A. everybody     B. somebody       C. nobody       D. anybody
    47.  A. When         B. As long as       C. Before       D. As soon as
    48.  A. looking at      B looking out      C. looking after   D. looking for
    49.  A. bought         B. sold           C. got           D. gave
    50.  A. visiting        B. watching       C. making        D. having
    51.  A. friend         B. apartment      C. house         D. bedroom
    52.  A. shop          B. home          C. house         D. market
    53.  A. right          B. wrong         C. strong         D. weak
    54.  A. opportunity     B. time         C. happening      D. pity
    55.  A. Even           B. When        C. As            D. Though

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  • Several factors make a good newspaper story. First,  1  ,it must be new. But since TV can react to events so quickly, this is often a problem for    2 . They usually respond    3  it in one of three ways.
    One by providing   4   detail, comment or background information.
    One by finding a new    5   on the day’s major stories.
    One by printing completely different stories which   6  doesn’t broadcast.
    What else? Well—it also has to be   7 . People don’t want to read about    8  , everyday life. Because of this,  many stories   9  some kind of conflict or danger. This is one reason why so much news seems to be   10   news, “ Plane lands safely—no-one hurt ”doesn’t sell newspapers. “Plane   11 —200 feared dead !” does .
    Next, there’s human interest. People are interested in other   12  —particularly in the rich, famous and powerful. Stories about the private lives of pop singers, actors, models, politicians,   13 , all appear regularly in certain newspapers .
    Finally, for many editors,   14  is an important factor, too. They prefer stories about people, places and events which their readers know. That’s   15  the stories in Tokyo’s newspapers are often very different from the stories printed in Paris, Cairo, New York or Buenos Aires.
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    【小题12】4 j+ _) ]( \' f8 H$ T' ^
    A.places4 I: J$ `1 C5 `6 Z8 K- V B.people7 [( C* @5 Q0 Z' f7 H C.things2 Z' K* \7 i2 g8 R D.news. D' D0 M' j$ I$ a
    - j1 Q. j4 Z1 X) Y$ a* J; P
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    A.in addition' h! E+ H( B \8 a2 J' Z B.in any case
    $ b/ O9 R5 L6 I6 ?, C2 A d3 ?) J
    C.for example" Z2 ]. _ _% I D.after all, M# D3 _/ I% S3 Y2 W
    6 H6 H: f/ i* a
    【小题14】& A- J! T5 M0 L3 I6 Y6 Z) Q8 U2 [
    A.personality) K% c7 I7 N1 c- F3 ]8 P B.similarity+ ] G- e: a: j, E7 X C.tolerance! L3 H: L4 i# [# c7 D& j8 D- O D.familiarity! B. \6 I. O8 Y9 M+ @
    5 a- d4 K: d" C' b, ^# S7 [+ A( F
    【小题15】% @: f& P! A! e7 K S2 `
    A.that, T) C# K1 \( d# J- \ B.why/ f1 j! F* g3 X" R( Q9 V( F8 F C.because
    $ ?4 V, F/ Y6 d* d4 I5 h6 C
    D.what/ M# U* Y1 ?; E4 `" _
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  • In 1985 a France television company sent its reporters to the Paris Metro(地铁).They took ___21___ to see what passengers would do if they saw someone ___22___ on the platform or trains.The incidents looked ___23___ and they were all done with the help of actors.However, very ___24___ people tried to help, and most passengers ___25___ not to notice.In one of the ___26___, a foreigner was attacked by three men.The attack was on a ___27___ which was quite full, and although the man tried to get ___28___ passengers to help, they all refused.This is not only a French ___29___.A British newspaper reported in 1991 that a professor of Social Psychology in New York had ___30___ his students out to rob their own cars.The students didn’t try to ___31___ what they were doing.About 80 people ___32___ 250 car thefts, and only twelve of them tried to ___33___ the student robbers.In a typical incident, one man stopped, looked, and then put his hands over his ___34___ and shouted “I didn’t see that!” About forty people ___35___ to help the thieves, and two people ___36___ sat down next to the car and ___37___ to buy a camera and a television set a student was ___38___ from the back seat of his own car.The professor ___39___ whether it is a problem of big cities or would be the ___40___ thing as happens anywhere.
    【小题1】; Y L. [0 L* U
    A.notes5 i2 g* S& e, T5 U B.trains: X, ]5 e+ i: G. \0 V) \5 @# f C.cameras/ f( S" @+ M+ T D.newspapers6 A# U& P: ?: U! c
    ' g- b J% T, a
    【小题2】8 R; K* G& ?% ^% R% X/ A
    A.attacked- W$ e2 H6 h$ W; R5 J% _: H1 N B.stolen a- \ X* P: R+ S C.wounded3 W+ U3 S) j$ g0 ? D.struck! J* D: Q( ?% h& G1 ]0 W, A
    9 B7 Z. @) C Q* d: M
    【小题3】: b! K; I( c' J
    A.great I9 i5 V% ]# C8 H, Y. e' G B.real2 _9 @' ?7 F% T, I C.serious2 ]4 U% ?) A4 ^7 S8 F# Z/ Q D.terrible5 ^+ U0 E/ _$ e5 L9 H6 ^/ D" L
    ; X& j% A7 @1 W K" G7 f# N8 b
    【小题4】1 R, ]/ G) F+ D6 j; L
    A.many9 j- h( R) ^ D/ i B.old* f. i4 G/ `8 `# a7 V" i C.few6 g: N% @8 b1 A; N6 I5 c D.large- h/ ] b8 W7 M: T8 Z$ Z2 `, N L
    0 Q/ X1 d. E* G) F* G, g
    【小题5】. U& G( ]# ^ [; H
    A.pretended2 h4 P" c* H" c2 g9 a ]% R B.seemed$ W: K$ @1 g4 C0 ?/ E C.managed& f: V( P8 O2 Q/ e* H3 [0 E. g# ` D.asked9 ^1 ?' B2 ]* i! e: R4 C" H
    ' ]' F1 W$ Z8 _. B$ S# a
    【小题6】. P$ R. ]* K F, P
    A.passengers! Z7 O$ P& a$ S+ a# f& N B.actors# _- Z( F4 T# G B* V$ K' G/ a( F C.accidents" M, U' ?9 g1 F D.incidents# K1 B& a h- h: f
    9 M6 h9 Z! F- a
    【小题7】& `" Y Z2 e( L
    A.plane) c1 G& D! F& S* S( h% M$ A7 d B.train, T$ Z+ C4 j% @( J0 i$ V4 O- Y( W+ g, ]8 N C.truck+ _2 ?- W/ h- `6 A$ c& S) P4 f# H D.bus
    ) M. G* E$ c' C- G6 g! g
    0 c' K6 b c, B* W, P3 i0 e0 i
    【小题8】( R: D, ]$ @% h* e/ Y
    A.another# R9 H Z7 ]5 Q, O& D; M R& _ B.all- L) O6 ?% _) M* a6 @ C.more* b# H$ H, T$ b( \6 L+ H D.the other/ ^3 D5 d- N- B2 H4 _% B D# X' R0 d
    % j/ ^) X0 C: X( P" Y, f
    【小题9】, N3 U/ e/ N5 A. a8 Q
    A.situation% U! R9 b9 F+ L; D0 i. M' W/ a B.agreement* I1 Z) Z9 C' E/ S C.problem5 W4 d& h1 e+ Q# g5 U D.accident) K7 J7 E( T- S( W) I# V( O
    " \) D% F2 ? e; @
    【小题10】$ L% G, Z5 f) S3 F
    A.brought) E# f, J. b6 A7 N( R) J B.sent! M. P( F) U- X C.took1 f4 \% ^8 X6 e, B$ e$ B D.put ?/ e9 ^+ G+ a \
    1 `, M' P& R! i6 W' j' G
    【小题11】- g2 A. B8 I' E) M( e
    A.expose: `2 f) d7 A. Z1 J9 f7 c; c B.hide
    . c) V0 ] Q& ]& J4 ^% F8 [! N* \6 H
    C.tell7 i7 P" M% K3 ]- b9 a D.find( f6 \( D6 G( A+ ?
    . @ b9 h7 J4 F$ c- Q. h0 H# [
    【小题12】' c) Z! b/ \+ [) P5 H5 f: U
    A.watched* P. Y9 ?( F% T" [. j6 ] B.discovered+ Q f" S) K1 T- @% ?( S/ H C.found3 ]2 e0 O2 d( d9 g% h- d' A: H D.realized$ N6 C# Z' F2 H1 A& Z
    6 a" ^* T) D0 B' a9 h# X0 g: ?- c
    【小题13】* X6 V% I7 J; B- T( X
    A.help6 T, H! \' A- _# M$ W B.refuse
    % C: c- E* c0 b8 ]4 b
    C.stop4 T: F6 O0 T; c2 N: ]% g D.report; Y* H- F4 a* ^9 L/ @
    2 K9 L) c( V# S3 ^* h
    【小题14】) `! I& C3 c! R+ D- ?$ e
    A.face9 H: K, d: L6 P B.head) b! f* V4 D5 h4 f C.eyes# B- C4 C2 c" Q5 a3 K2 \* J4 ^0 S D.ears1 T9 J) F! W1 D6 a7 b% P7 A0 e
    + W% T; g4 b3 A J
    【小题15】6 O& C9 N, [! V1 K: a. L# P6 c8 ^% F
    A.expected1 j3 `, P8 A/ c. j& a0 B! e B.offered
    - @5 S# G; `' M9 X8 [# R/ e( e& [/ ^
    C.hated7 P) T3 Y1 R9 Z8 T: Q% ` D.liked7 V/ M5 [( Z" \1 X1 F
    / R3 T7 Q R8 S; [9 S! P+ X
    【小题16】1 g# ]4 G# K6 \0 ?
    A.bravely9 ]; P4 V: Y6 d B.surely& L ^' c/ U0 c/ L" V C.actually4 G8 N7 H& i8 V! i8 h D.certainly& ] @- \1 d6 j1 c
    ) c# G8 _. ]+ M
    【小题17】 c4 O* W6 S- J, b! f
    A.wanted! g2 G @/ W7 O- e) U% T( a B.loved7 T) G" D, F* B/ W C.needed3 U) i: D* V* E6 O D5 W D.waited" Y9 A7 @) j) ^
    * M( `- D1 Z% T* b4 b* i
    【小题18】7 Y. Z h0 A2 ?) ]
    A.sending! X+ A7 E3 ] `" b* N B.taking6 K3 Q, Z& e- R8 h C.offering/ U; R" _7 L5 [; h2 I' I3 J D.robbing" T" `- F( W% W( G7 E* d
    % g- S* d( [. ?7 G. G
    【小题19】$ ?4 N* E( N( K% N+ _
    A.knows9 E9 \. S; W S9 c( P' ?; H3 P B.wonders' H: R$ [( a) W0 B( g" U- C& K C.learns
    4 Y0 A8 `: [( G1 K9 Y
    D.asks9 ]( b6 S/ C9 _( H! `
    3 B* _1 \- a, R3 B% @
    【小题20】3 ]$ N! j; M) F# J! L8 h
    A.former- f& e$ J) T4 L7 ^; L B.different& a4 j9 b! P1 S C.same * L( W* V X4 X+ e6 c+ b D.small9 h1 W. M" d7 @6 \/ a L. Q
    V- L a( E6 d$ ?0 ^( C) ^5 ]7 K" f

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  • Xinxin, a 12-year-old student from Beijing, enjoyed his winter vacation with his father in Singapore. During their visit, he even had the chance to       some of Singapore's sights by himself       his father was busy with other things.
    Xinxin’s first adventure       in Singapore was at a water park near their hotel. He enjoyed swimming and       into the water by himself, and then returned to the hotel before a time in the evening that was       by his father.
    The boy also made a trip to Universal Studios Singapore       a guardian. He had already been to the park with his father two times during the trip. Xinxin volunteered to make his       trip by himself. His father gave him some pocket money to buy lunch, and then Xinxin rode the shuttle from their hotel to the studios. He spent a whole day there and had a       time.
    In an interview with Beijing Evening News, Xinxin’s father said that       he was too busy to spend all his time with his son, he decided to give him the opportunity to develop a sense of      . Had Xinxin’s mother been there, she would not have let Xinxin out of her sight, the father commented.
    【小题1】
    A.studyB.exploreC.testD.measure
    【小题2】
    A.whileB.untilC.beforeD.unless
    【小题3】
    A.along B.aliveC.alone D.lonely
    【小题4】
    A.floatingB.surfingC.drivingD.diving
    【小题5】
    A.made B.set C.decidedD.asked
    【小题6】
    A.underB.behindC.withD.without
    【小题7】
    A.firstB.secondC.third D.fourth
    【小题8】
    A.terribleB.miserableC.fantastic D.flexible
    【小题9】
    A.thoughB.sinceC.ifD.when
    【小题10】
    A.independence B.daring C.prideD.diligence

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