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If he were more experienced, I () for him.

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第1题

In an urban society in which fast-paced and stressful work surrounds you in life, expe

A.be it television watching or bird-watching

B.was it television watching or bird-watching

C.whether it television watching or bird-watching

D.were it television watching or bird-watching

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第2题

What Tom did was important, but().

A.more important the way of he did things was

B.the way of he did things was more important

C.more important was the way he did things

D.more important the way were he did things

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第3题

There is an old saying that husbands and wives start to look and behave like each other after a time. I don't know if this was true of my mother and father.Both of my parents had brown hair and brown eyes and low voices. My father,(), was eight years older than my mother andtaller and thinner. He was built as straight as an arrow. My mother was shorter and had a rounder and fuller face and she looked as soft as a pillow.

My mother was quieter and talked less than my father did. She was also a much more patient person than my father. My father was more experienced in life. He was () to doing everything quickly. My mother, on the other hand, worked and spoke more slowly.

They were fond of nature and sports, such as walking, gardening and swimming. They were both () in reading and music, but my father preferred history books, while my mother liked to read romantic novels. In music, their types were similar, and they were never proud of listening to it. Most of the time they were in agreement on bringing () their children.They both believed in giving them love and neither one believed in punishing them physically. At times, their personalities were very much alike, but at other times, they seemed very (). Perhaps that is why none of their children knows which parent he looks or behaves like.

1.

A.however

B.interested

C.up

D.used

E.different

2.

A.however

B.interested

C.up

D.used

E.different

3.

A.however

B.interested

C.up

D.used

E.different

4.

A.however

B.interested

C.up

D.used

E.different

5.

A.however

B.interested

C.up

D.used

E.different

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第4题

Once James Thornhill, a famous English painter, was asked to paint some pictures on the walls of the king‘s palace in England.

Then workers were sent for and a big platform(台子) was made.

With the help of a worker, Thornhill started painting on the platform. They worked for a whole year and at last the pictures were ready.

Thornhill was happy when he looked at the pictures, for they were really beautiful. He looked at them for a long time, and then took one step back and looked again. Now the pictures were even more beautiful. He took another step, then another. Finally he was at the very edge of the platform, but he didn‘t know it because he was thinking of his pictures.

The worker saw everything. “What should I do?“ he thought. “Thornhill was at the very edge of the platform. If I cry out, he will take another step, fall off it and surely be killed.“So the worker quickly took some paint(漆)and threw it at the pictures.

“What are you doing?“ cried the painter, running quickly forward to his pictures.

1.It took them()to finish the pictures.

A.a month

B.a week

C.twelve months

D.half a month

2.The worker threw some paint at the pictures in order to().

A.save James‘ life

B.destroy the picture

C.make the picture more beautiful

D.make the king angry

3.James Thornhill was an English().

A.worker

B.artist

C.king

D.writer

4.James Thornhill felt that the()he was from the pictures,the()they were.

A.nearer...more beautiful

B.farther...more ugly

C.farther...more beautiful

D.higher above...more good-looking

5 . He was ordered to().

A.paint the wall of the king‘s palace in England

B.paint some pictures on the wall of the palace

C.build a big platform in front of the palace

D.put up some new pictures on the old wall

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第5题

Will it matter if you don' t take your breakfast? Recently a test was given in the United
States. Those tests included people of different ages, from 12 to 83. During the experiment, these people were given all kinds of breakfasts, and sometimes they got no breakfast at all. Special tests were set up to see how well their bodies worked when they had eaten a certain kind of breakfast. The results show that if a person eats a proper breakfast, he or she will work with better effect than if he or she has no breakfast. This fact appears to be especially true if a person works with his brains. If a student eats fruit, eggs, bread and milk before going to school, he will learn more quickly and listen with more attention in class. Contrary to what many people believe, if you don't eat breakfast, you will not lose weight. This is because people become so hungry at noon that they eat too much for lunch, and end up gaining weight instead of losing. You will probably lose more weight if you reduce your other meals.

The results of the test show that______.

A.breakfast has great effect on work and studies

B.breakfast has much to do with people's health

C.a person will work better if he has simple breakfast

D.breakfast only affects those who work with their brains

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第6题

The first snowboards were made in the 1960s. However, it was in the late 1970s that they b
ecame more【C1】______Throughout the 1980s, more and more people began taking up the sport, even though snowboards were not allowed on most ski hills.【C2】______its earlier problems, snowboarding is now the world's 【C3】______ growing winter sports and most resorts (度假地) welcome snowboards.

In 1963, a Grade 8 student named Tom Sims【C4】______ a ski-board for a school project in New Jersey. Then in 1966, a man named Sherman Poppen【C5】______ two skis together for his kids on Christmas day. He called his invention "the Snurfer," which 【C6】______ the words "snow" and "surf". In 1969, Jack Burton Carpenter received a【C7】______for Christmas. He soon began designing boards, and today "Burton" is a popular【C8】______of snowboard.

By the 1980s, snowboarding had become very popular.【C9】______, most ski resorts did not allow snowboarding because they thought it was too【C10】______. Since many snowboarders were young, many older skiers did not want them on the ski hills. The snowboarders had to go to the backcountry, 【C11】______ patrolled (有巡逻的) resorts.

Rejection at the resorts did not【C12】______snowboarding from growing in popularity. Eventually, the owners of ski resorts changed their views. They 【C13】______that they could make more money by allowing snowboarding. One by one, the resorts【C14】______ to welcome snowboards. Today, many resorts even set【C15】______special areas where snowboarders can practice their creative tricks.

【C1】

A.spreading

B.popular

C.ordinary

D.interesting

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第7题

Here is the story about how the American civil rights movement started in the 1950s. 正确ired (1)

Here is the story about how the American civil rights movement started in the 1950s. 正确ired(1)she was, Mrs. Parks walked past the first few—mostly empty—rows of seats(2)"Whites Only". Black people were allowed to sit in these seats(3)no white person was standing.(4)the fact that Rosa Parks hated segregation laws, she had never done anything against the law. She(5)for civil rights for more than 10 years, but always legally. However, that day she did something that was(6).

She found and sat in a(n)(7)seat in the back of the bus. 正确he bus continued along its(8)正确he driver noticed that all the seats in the "Whites Only" section were already(9). And more white people had just climbed(10). He ordered the people in Mrs. Parks'(11)to move to the back,(12)there were no open seats and people had to stand. No one moved at first, but when the driver(13)at the black passengers a second time, they did what they were told. 正确hey all moved to the back —(14)Rosa Parks. She(15)in the prohibited seat.(16), trouble occured. Ms. Parks was thrown in jail for(17)the law.

正确his(18)inspired the Montgomery Bus Boycott (联合抵制) of 1955-1956. It also(19)the 20th-century civil rights movement. Mrs. Parks quickly became the(20)of that day. She has been remembered as a brave fighter in the civil rights movement.

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第8题

Let us ask what were the preparation and training Abraham Lincoln had for oratory, whether
political or forensic.

Born in rude and abject poverty, he never had any education, except what he gave himself, till he was approaching manhood. Not even books wherewith to inform. and train his mind were within his reach. No school, no university, no legal faculty had any part in training his powers. When he became a lawyer and a politician, the years most favourable to continuous study had already passed, and the opportunities he found for reading were very scanty. He knew but few authors in general literature, though he knew those few thoroughly. He taught himself a little mathematics, but he could read no language save his own, and can have had only the faintest acquaintance with European history or with any branch of philosophy.

The want of regular education was not made up for by the persons among whom his lot was cast. Till he was a grown man, he never moved in any society from which he could learn those things with which the mind of an orator to be stored. Even after he had gained some legal practice, there was for many years no one for him to mix with except the petty practitioners of a petty town, men nearly all of whom knew little more than he did himself.

Schools gave him nothing, and society gave him nothing. But he had a powerful intellect and a resolute will. Isolation fostered not only self-reliance but the habit of reflection, and indeed, of prolonged and intense reflection. He made all that he knew a part of himself. His convictions were his own—clear and coherent. He was not positive or opinionated and he did not deny that at certain moments he pondered and hesitated long before he decided on his course. But though he could keep a policy in suspense, waiting for events to guide him, he did not waver. He paused and reconsidered, but it was never his way to go back on a decision once more or to waste time in vain regrets that all he had expected had not been attained. He took advice readily and left many things to his ministers; but he did not lean on his advisers. Without vanity or ostentation, he was always independent, self-contained, prepared to take full responsibility for his acts.

It is said in the second paragraph that Abraham Lincoln ______.

A.was illiterate

B.was never educated

C.was educated very late

D.behaved rudely when he was young

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第9题

回答下列各题 We do not know how the first fire was 21 .Early fires on the earth were ce
rtainly caused by nature,not by Man,some were caused by lightning in a storm;22 ,perhaps,by the hot material which came out of a volcano.Quite possibly,at times,the heat of the sun set light 23 some dry grass or leaves.At first Man,like other animals,was probably afraid of fire. 24 great was the power of fire that he feared it and worshipped it.Gradually,however,with his better power of thinking,he overcame his fear.Probablly he overcame most of his fear when he 25 how to make fire for himself.Throughout the ages he has learned more about fire,how to control it,and how to use it 26 many ways.Now fire is no longer a master of a god;it is a 27 . We call only guess how 28 first learned that a fire was useful and what uses he made of it.By 29 a burning stick from fire which had been started naturally,he could make afire at his own“home”.He could keep the fire burning by adding more dry grass.1eaves and wood.The‰30 the chief purpose of frightening animals away.He discovered,by some accident,that flesh roasted in front of a fire 31 better.Then he found that roasted flesh would keep longer,without going bad, 32 uncooked flesh.It must have been much later that Man learned to cook food by heating it with 33 water or with steam.He could not use such methods 34 he had learned how to make pots 35 holding water.

A.made

B.produced

C.given

D.opened

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第10题

Some people were just born to rebel; Charles Darwin was one of them.【21】______Nicholas Cop
ernicus, Benjamin Franklin and Bill Gates. They were【22】______"laterborns" -that is, they had【23】______one older sibling — brother or sister — when they were born.

【24】______, laterborns are up to 15 times more likely than firstborns to【25】______authority and break new【26】______, says Frank J. Sulloway, a researcher scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

In his book"Born To Rebel"being【27】______this week, Sulloway claims that【28】______someone is an older or younger sibling is the most important【29】______shaping personality - more significant than gender, race, nationality【30】______class.

He spent 26 years【31】______the lives - and birth orders - of 6, 566 historical【32】______to reach his conclusions.

A laterborn himself, Sulloway first【33】______how birth order affected personality【34】______a scholar of Darwin at Harvard University.

" How could a somewhat【35】______student at Cambridge become the most【36】______thinker in the 19th century?" he said.

Darwin, the first to【37】______the belief that God created the world with his theory of evolution, was the fifth of six children. Most of his【38】______were firstborns.

Sulloway's theory held【39】______with Copernicus, the first astronomer to【40】______that the Sun was the center of the universe, and computer revolutionary Gates of Microsoft.

【21】

A.Likewise

B.Likely

C.Alike

D.Unlike

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第11题

One day Bob took two of his frends into the mountains. They put up their tents and the

n rode off to a forest to see how the trees were growing.

In the aftemoon when they were about ten kilometers from their camp, It started to snow. More and more snow fell. Soon Bob could hardly see his hands before his face. He could not find the road. Bob knew there were two roads. One road went to the camp, and the other went to his house. But all was white snow. Everything was the same. How could he take his friends back to the camp?

Bob had an idea. The horses! Let the horses take them back! But what would happen if the horses took the road to his house? That would be a trip of thirty-five kilometers in such cold weather! It was getting late. They rode on and on. At last the horses stopped. Where were they? None of them could tell. John looked around. What was that under the tree? It was one of their tents!

1.John and his two friends went to the forest to watch the trees in the forest.()

2.They could not f1nd their way back because there was only one road to their camp.()

3.It is clear that they wanted the horses to take them to the camp.()

4.The horses stopped because they were tired after running for along way.()

5.The story happened at night when nothing could be seen.()

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