Unit 1 单元学考测评
第一部分 听力(共两节，满分30分) 导学号69140000
1.Where will the boy go this afternoon?
A.To the post office.
B.To the lab.
C.To the museum.
2.What will the boy most probably be doing at 4：30 tomorrow afternoon?
A.Doing his homework.
B.Seeing a film in the cinema.
3.What do we know about John?
A.John is a close friend of the woman’s.
B.John is the woman’s hairdresser in town.
C.John often helps the woman.
4. How is the woman going to London?
A.By car.B.By plane.C.By train.
5. What do we know from the dialogue?
A.The girl completed the exam in one hour.
B.The exam was difficult for the girl.
C.The girl worked out the last two problems.
第二节(共15小题； 每小题1.5分， 满分22.5分) 导学号69140002
6.What was the weather like last night?
A.Good. B.Terrible. C.Agreeable.
7.What happened to the tree?
A.The tree was broken.
B.All the leaves fell down.
C.One of the branches fell down.
8. What was the weather like in March?
A.Good. B.Stormy. C.Wet.
9.What does John want to have?
A.A bike. B.A football. C.A guitar.
10.Why will the speakers buy an MP3 player for Jane?
A.Because she can learn Chinese with it.
B.Because she can learn Japanese with it.
C.Because she wants to listen to music with it.
11.What will the man probably be doing while the woman is buying the presents?
A.Seeing a film.
B.Playing games with the children at home.
12.What’s the problem with the woman?
A.She has a headache.
B.She is worried about the coming exam.
C.She has lost her dictionary.
13.What is the man’s advice for her?
A.Be relaxed and calm and she will make it.
B.Bring a dictionary with her.
C.Discuss with others during the exam.
14.What is allowed to be taken during the exam?
C.Some draft paper.
15.What will the man do on Saturday?
A.Attend a meeting.
B.Attend a party.
C.Work in his office.
16.What can we learn about Mr.Black and his wife?
A.They work in a computer company.
B.They work in a university.
C.They live next door to the woman.
17.What time will the party end?
A.At 5:30 p.m. B.About 7 p.m. C.About 8 p.m.
18.How did the speaker go to London?
A.By rail. B.By air. C.By bus.
19.Why did Mr.Merrick talk about the speaker’s studies?
A.He wanted to learn something about the speaker.
B.He was interested in university courses.
C.The long journey was very boring.
20.Why did Mr.Merrick give the speaker a business card?
A.He needed his new ideas.
B.He might employ him in the future.
C.He wanted to make friends with him.
答案：1.B 2.C 3.B 4. C 5. B 6.B 7.C 8. A 9.A 10.A
11.C 12.B 13.A 14.C 15A 16.A 17.C 18.A 19.A 20.B
W:If you want to go to the post office，you can use my bike.
M:I won’t go anywhere this afternoon.I’ll be doing a chemistry experiment.
W:Well，then，I’ll be staying at the museum till 5 p.m.
W:Tom，if you can finish your homework today，I will take you to the museum tomorrow.
M:I’m sure I can.But I’d like to go to the park to play football.
W:OK.But you must return home for dinner before 6 p.m.
W:Excuse me.Is John here? He always helps me with my hair.
M:I’m sorry.He is on holiday today，but we can find you another hairdresser.
W:Sorry，but I still prefer John to do it for me.Maybe I can come next time.
W:I’m going to London by train next week.
M:Why not go there by plane?It’ll be much faster.
W:I know，but I’m short of money.
M:What did you think of the physics test last week?
W:It was not as easy as I expected.At the end of the first hour，I was still on the second page.I hardly had time to work out the last two problems.
M:What a pity!
W:It was a heavy storm last night，wasn’t it?
M:It certainly was.⑥The wind broke several windows.What weather!
W:⑦ Do you know that big tree in front of my house? One of the biggest branches came down in the night.
M:Really?Did it do any damage to your home?
W:Thank goodness!It is far away from that.
M:I really hate storms.It’s about time we had some nice spring weather.
W:It’s April，you know.The flowers are beginning to blossom.
M:Yes，that’s true.But I still think the weather is terrible.
W:I suppose we should not complain.⑧ We had a fine March after all.
W:Ross，Christmas is coming soon.What presents shall we buy for the children?
M:⑨ What about a bike for John? He’s been asking for one for a long time.
W:But I don’t think he’s old enough to ride a bike to school.Let’s buy him a football instead，all right?
M:OK.What shall we buy for Jane?
W:Well，she likes music very much.Shall we buy her a guitar?
M: ⑩I think an MP3 player will be better.It can help her learn Chinese.
W:Then let’s buy one for her.Now, what about little Jack?
M:Well，he’s still a young baby.I think a toy car is best for him.
W:I couldn’t agree more.When shall we go and buy the presents?
M:Well，tomorrow is Sunday.Let’s go shopping tomorrow afternoon after we see the film.
W:But we mustn’t let the children know about the presents before Christmas.
M:I’m sure they won’t know. ⑪I’ll take them to McDonald while you are doing the shopping.
W: ⑫I’m worried about Monday’s exam.
M: ⑬Take it easy.I’m sure you will do well if you take it easy and remain calm.
W:Is it all right if I use dictionaries?
M:You are not allowed to use them，I think.
W:Do you think I could discuss the questions with others during the exam?
M:I’m afraid that’s impossible.Teachers would not allow that to happen.
W:⑭May I bring some paper to write drafts?
M:⑭Yes，that’s all right，I suppose.
W:Thank you very much for the information.
W:Hello! Is that you，Mr.Johnson?This is Mary speaking.
M:What can I do for you，Mary?
W:Mr.Johnson，I’m calling to invite you and your wife to a party at our new house.
M:At your new house?
W:Yes.We’ve just moved.Its address is No.105 Yellow Stone Street.
M:When will the party be held?
W:I know you are always busy during the weekdays.So we want to hold it this Saturday.What’s your opinion?
M: ⑮I’m sorry to say I can’t attend it.I’ll be at a meeting.But my wife can go to it.
W:Well，Mr.Johnson，we’ll be sorry if you don’t come.What about this Sunday?
M:OK.I’ll be free the whole day then.Who else are you inviting?
W:⑯We’ll invite Mr.Black and his wife.They work in the computer company near our university.
M:Yes.I know them.Don’t you want to invite some of your neighbors?
W:Yes.I’ll invite Mr.and Mrs.Brown.They live just next door to us.
M:What time will the party begin?
W:⑰ It will begin at 5:30 in the afternoon，and it will probably last two and a half hours.
M:OK.We’ll be there.Thank you for inviting us.Goodbye.
It is strange that so many of the important meetings in people’s lives take place quite by chance. ⑱I could have sat anywhere in the train to London on the day I left university because it was almost empty.However，I didn’t want to be alone.Instead，I sat opposite a man who was reading a newspaper.
After a few minutes he put the newspaper down.Then he glanced at me and said，“End of term?”“The end of university for me，” I said.“Well，I expect you’re looking forward to a long summer break.” “Not exactly，”I said.“The first thing I must do is to look for a job.”
For the rest of the journey，⑲we talked about my studies.Now that I know Mr.Merrick well，I know he never asks questions to pass the time.By the time we reached London，he knew almost all there was to know about me.As I was saying goodbye，he handed me a business card with his name on it and the address of Merrick Enterprise Ltd.in the city.
⑳“If you run out of ideas during the summer，” he said， “give me a ring.”
(2016•浙江温州高二月考)Every four years, mentally disabled athletes come together to take part in the Special Olympics.Just like the regular Olympic Games, the events are surrounded by grand ceremony and competition is fierce, but there is also a strong sense of unity and friendship.Each athlete has had to train for many years and overcome fear and hardships to reach the games.For many of the Special Olympic athletes, simply taking part in the games is a victory.It often seems as if the Olympic spirit is stronger at the Special Olympics than at the regular one:winning is not about being the first one across the finish line or scoring the most goals, but it is about being the best you can be.
Athletes at the Special Olympics are fighters in more than one way.Living with a mental disability is perhaps the most difficult challenge a human being can face in life. The disability makes everyday life difficult and society often fails to treat the mentally disabled with dignity and respect. For a long time, mental disability was considered shameful and the mentally disabled received little treatment or encouragement.Fortunately, we have now realized that there is much that can be done to help.The Special Olympics is one example of how society can improve the quality of life for all its citizens.
By preparing for and participating in the Special Olympics, mentally disabled children and adults can develop their ability to move, improve their health and gain greater self-confidence. The Special Olympics is also a good way to make friends.
The first Special Olympics were held in Chicago in 1968.One thousand participants from Canada and the United States competed in three events.Since then, the Special Olympics have grown. At the 2003 Special Olympics in Ireland, more than 6,500 athletes from over 150 countries took part and there were 21 different sports.Interest in the Special Olympics has spread across the world and cities are now competing for the honour to host the event. In 2007, the Special Olympics were successfully held in Shanghai.Chinese athletes, their friends, parents and audience were proud of the great event.
语篇导 读 介绍残奥会情况。
21.The underlined sentence “Athletes at the Special Olympics are fighters in more than one way.” means “Athletes at the Special Olympics ________ .”
A.fight for getting more than one prize
B.fight against more than disability
C.have to fight with many other athletes in different ways
D.have to fight against their disability, other athletes, and even other difficulties
22.Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?
A.All the disabled athletes can take part in the Special Olympics.
B.The Special Olympics is completely different from regular
C.The Special Olympics helps improve the life quality of the
D.One thousand athletes from 150 countries took part in the
first Special Olympics in Chicago in 1968.
23.The Special Olympics helps mentally disabled people in the following ways EXCEPT _______ .
A.showing their best
D.competing for the honour to host the event
24.What’s the main idea of Paragraph 4?
A.The Special Olympics.
B.A brief introduction of the Special Olympics.
C.Athletes at the Special Olympics are the fighters in more than one way.
D.Not only does the Special Olympics help build the disabled, but it is also a good way to make friends.
(2016•山东临沂一中高三调研)Ammie Reddick from East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, was only 18 months old when she had the accident that had scarred her for life.The curious child reached up to grab the wire of a hot kettle in the family kitchen and poured boiling water over her tiny infant frame.
Her mother Ruby turned round and, seeing Ammie horribly burnt, called an ambulance which rushed her daughter to a nearby hospital.Twenty percent of Ammie’s body had been burned and all of her burns were third-degree.There, using tissue taken from unburned areas of Ammie’s body, doctors performed complex skin transplants to close her wounds and control her injuries, an operation that took about six hours.Over the next 16 years, Ammie underwent 12 more operations to repair her body.
When she started school at Maxwelton Primary at age 4, other pupils made cruel comments or simply wouldn’t play with her.“I was the only burned child in the street, the class and the school,” she recalled, “Some children refused to make friends with me because of that.”
Today, aged 17, Ammie can only ever remember being a burned person with scars; pain is a permanent part of her body.She still has to have two further skin transplants.Yet she is a confident, outgoing teenager who offers inspiration and hope to other young burns victims.
She is a member of the Scottish Burned Children’s Club, a charity set up last year.This month, Ammie will be joining the younger children at the Graffham Water Center in Cambridgeshire for the charity’s first summer camp.“I’ll show them how to get rid of unkind stares from others,” she says.Ammie loves wearing fashionable sleeveless tops, and she plans to show the youngsters at the summer camp that they can too.“I do not go to great lengths to hide my burns scars,” she says, “I gave up wondering how other people would react years ago.”
语篇导 读 Ammie Reddick严重烧伤，先后动了十几次手术，在伤痛、冷眼面前她依然自信，对未来充满希望。
25.What did other children do when Ammie first went to school?
A.They were friendly to her.
B.They showed sympathy to her.
C.They were afraid of her.
D.They looked down upon her.
26.Which of the following words can’t properly describe Ammie？
27.What can be the best title of the passage?
A.A Seriously Burned Girl Survives
B.Ways to Get Rid of Unkind Stares
C.Permanent Scars and Pain for a Girl
D.A Seriously Burned Angel of Hope
答案：25.解析：D考查细节理解。根据第三段中“When she started school at Maxwelton Primary at age 4，other pupils made cruel comments or simply wouldn’t play with her.”可知同学们瞧不起她。
26.解析：C考查推理判断。根据第四段中“Yet she is a confident， outgoing teenager who offers inspiration and hope to other young burns victims.”可知C项不能用来描述她的个性。
(2016•福建泉州高二质检)Former Irish President Mary Robinson was just making a polite conversation with an Ethiopian (埃塞俄比亚的) teenager about her wedding day. The 16-year-old had already been married for a year.“She looked at me with the saddest eyes and said,‘I had to drop out of school,” Robinson said in a telephone interview.“That conveyed to me the reality,” said Robinson, the first woman to serve as Ireland’s President and former U.N.high commissioner for human fights.“Her life, as far as she is concerned, had more or less ended.”
Robinson said keeping girls in school was one of the most important things policymakers could do to address the coming challenges of an ever-increasing population, predicted by the United Nations to reach 7 billion soon.“European countries are concerned about aging populations as is Japan, but this is much less of an issue than the huge number of people which we are going to see over the next 40 years when the population goes from 7 billion to 9 billion,” she said.“Almost all of that increase will be in poor developing countries, so that we have a very big challenge.”
Family planning experts worry in particular about the future population explosion in sub-Saharan Africa.In May, the United Nations projected the world population would reach 9.3 billion in 2050 and 10.1 billion by 2100.Much of that growth will come from Africa, where the population is growing at 2.3 percent a year—more than double Asia’s 1 percent growth rate.If that rate stays consistent, which is not certain, Africa’s population will reach 3.6 billion by 2100 from the present 1 billion.
Joel Cohen, a professor of population studies at Rockefeller University and Columbia University in New York, said universal secondary education offered a way to reduce population in high birth-rate regions.In addition to providing information about birth control, a secondary education teaches women to reduce their own fertility (生育力), improve the health of their children and allows them to move from a mind-set of having many children, in the hopes that some will survive to improving the quality of each child’s life, Cohen wrote in the journal Nature.
语篇导 读 谈论世界人口增长问题。
28.In the first paragraph, the author introduces his topic by_________.
A.explaining the author’s opinions
B.giving an example
C.describing the poor education system
D.coming straight to the topic
29.What can we learn from the passage?
A.Robinson is happy after talking to the Ethiopian girl.
B.Robinson is a successful expert in population studies.
C.Robinson is worried about population growth.
D.Robinson encourages female education.
30.What is Joel Cohen’s view about secondary education?
A.It provides basic knowledge of health.
B.It improves the health of children.
C.It makes people pay more attention to education.
D.It can change people’s parenting ideas.
31.According to Robinson, what is one of the most important things policymakers can do to prevent the population from increasing rapidly?
A.Keeping girls in school.
B.Letting girls go away from Africa.
C.Letting young girls remain single.
D.Keeping girls in families.
29.解析：C考查推理判断。从第二段最后一句Almost all of that increase will be in poor developing countries, so that we have a very big challenge，可知C项正确。
30.解析：D考查细节理解。从最后一段Joel Cohen… said universal secondary education offered a way to reduce population in high birth-rate regions.In addition to providing information about birth control,a secondary education teaches women to reduce their own fertility…可知D项正确。
31.解析：A考查细节理解。从第二段第一句Robinson said keeping girls in school was one of the most important things…可知A项正确。
(2016•浙江杭州学军中学期中考试)I was asked to pay a visit to a special student.An illness had kept the boy home, but he had expressed an interest in meeting me.I was told it would mean a great deal to him, so I agreed.
During the nine-mile drive to his home, I found out something about Matthew.He had muscular dystrophy (肌肉萎缩).When he was born, the doctor told his parents that he would not live to five.Now he was thirteen.He wanted to meet me because I was a gold-medal power lifter, and I knew about overcoming obstacles and going for my dreams.
I spent over an hour talking to Matthew.Never once did he complain or ask, “Why me?” He spoke about going for his dreams.He didn’t mention that his classmates had made fun of him.He just talked about his hopes for the future, and one day he wanted to lift weights with me.When we finished talking, I went to my briefcase and pulled out the first gold medal I had won and put it around his neck.I told him he was more of a winner and knew more about success and overcoming obstacles than I ever would.He looked at it for a moment, then took it off and handed it back to me.He said, “You are a champion.You earned that medal. Some day when I get to the Olympics and win my own medal, I will show it to you.”
Last summer I received a letter from Matthew’s parents telling me that Matthew had passed away.It read:
My mum said I should send you a thank-you letter for the picture you sent me.I also want to let you know that the doctors tell me that I don’t have long to live any more, but I still smile as much as I can.
I told you someday that I would win a gold medal, but I know now I will never get to do that.However, I know I’m a champion.Thank you for loving me.
语篇导 读 本文是一篇记叙文。主要讲述了一个男孩患有重病，但却保持乐观、积极向上的生活态度的故事。
32.Matthew looked forward to meeting the author because__________.
A.he was also good at weightlifting
B.he wanted to get to the Olympics and win a medal
C.he was one of the author’s fans
D.he admired the author very much
33.From the passage we learn that ___________ .
A.Matthew was an athlete
B.Matthew was an optimistic and determined boy
C.the author used to have the same disease as Matthew had
D.Matthew became a champion before he died
34.Matthew didn’t accept the author’s gold medal because__________.
A.he thought it was too expensive
B.he was sure that he could win one in the future
C.he thought it was of no use to him as he would die soon
D.he wanted to realize his dream by himself
35.What would be the best title for this passage?
A.An unforgettable visit B.A special friend
C.A real champion D.A famous athlete
答案：32.解析：D考查细节理解。根据第一段中的“but he had expressed an interest in meeting me.I was told it would mean a great deal to him，so I agreed”可知，Matthew非常敬仰作者，所以希望见作者一面。
33.解析：B考查推理判断。根据第三段的内容和信中的“I still smile as much as I can”可知，Matthew是一个乐观并且意志坚定的男孩。
34.解析：D考查推理判断。根据第三段中的“You are a champion.You earned that medal.Some day when I get to the Olympics and win my own medal，I will show it to you”可知，Matthew把作者的金牌还了回去，因为他想靠自己赢得金牌，实现自己的梦想。
(2016•东北师范大学附中期末考试)Weight loss is a hard topic.Lots of people aren’t satisfied with their present weight, but most of them aren’t sure how to change it.You may want to look like the models or actors in magazines or on TV, but those goals might not be healthy or realistic for you. 36
So what should you do about your weight control?
37 The best way to find out if you are at a healthy weight or if you need to lose or gain weight is to talk to a doctor or dietitian(营养学家). 38 If it turns out that you can benefit from weight loss then you can follow a few of the simple suggestions listed below to get started.
39 People who lose weight quickly by crash(速成的) dieting or other extreme measures usually gain back all of the pounds they lost, because they haven’t permanently(永久地) changed their habits.Therefore, the best weight management ways are those that you can maintain for a lifetime.
Small changes are a lot easier to stick with than large ones.Try reducing the size of what you eat. 40 Once you have that done, start gradually introducing healthier foods and exercise into your life.It’s a good idea to maintain a healthy weight because it’s just that： healthy.
A.Try giving up regular soda for a week.
B.Try to pay attention as you eat and stop when you’re full.
C.Weight management is about long-term success.
D.Besides, no magical diet will make you look like someone else.
E.Being healthy is really about being at a weight that is right for you.
F.Changing your eating habit is not an easy thing to do.
G.They will compare your weight with healthy standards and help you set goals.
语篇导 读 本文是篇说明文。文章简要向读者介绍了作者关于减肥的看法。
答案：36.解析：D根据关键词对比可知，D项中的“look like someone else”和此空前一句中的“look like the models or actors”相呼应，故D项符合语境。
39.解析：C此空是本段主旨句，结合本段内容以及关键词比对可知，C项中的Weight management和本段尾句中的“the best weight management ways are those that you can maintain for a lifetime”相呼应，故C项符合语境。
(2016•江苏大丰高三检测)I used to be a very self-centered person, but in the past two years I have really changed.I have started to think about other people 41 I think about myself.I am happy that I am becoming a 42 person.I think my 43 started when I was at Palomar College.At first, I just wanted to get my 44 and be left alone.I thought I was smarter than everyone else, so I hardly ever 45 to anyone in my classes.By the end of my first semester, I was really 46 . It seemed as if everyone but me had made friends and was having fun.So I tried a(n) 47.I started asking people around me how they were doing, and if they were having trouble I 48 to help.That was really a big 49 for me.By the end of the year, I had several new friends, and two of 50 are still my best friends today.A bigger cause of my new 51, however, came when I took a part time job at Vista Nursing Home.One old lady there who had Alzheimer’s disease became my 52.Every time I came into her room, she was so 53 because she thought I was her daughter.Her real daughter never 54 her, so I took her place.She let me 55 that making others feel good made me feel good too.When she died, I was 56, but I was also very grateful to her.I think I am a much 57 person today than I used to be, and I hope I will not 58 these experiences.They have 59 me to care about other people more than about myself.I 60 who I am today, and I could not say that a few years ago.
语篇导 读 作者以前是一个以自我为中心的人，但是作者的一些经历教会了她如何关心别人。
41.A.since B.before C.or D.unless
42.A.famous B.simple C.different D.skilled
43.A.education B.career C.tour D.change
44.A.balance B.homework C.degree D.interest
45.A.talked B.wrote C.lied D.reported
46.A.careful B.lonely C.curious D.guilty
47.A.argument B.game C.experiment D.defence
48.A.dared B.offered C.hesitated D.happened
49.A.dream B.problem C.duty D.step
50.A.us B.which C.them D.whom
51.A.attitude B.hobby C.hope D.luck
52.A.friend B.partner C.guide D.guest
53.A.polite B.happy C.strange D.confident
54.A.bothered B.answered C.visited D.trusted
55.A.explain B.guess C.declare D.see
56.A.homeless B.heartbroken C.bed-tempered D.hopeless
57.A.quieter B.busier C.better D.richer
58.A.forget B.face C.improve D.analyze
59.A.forced B.preferred C.ordered D.taught
60.A.miss B.like C.wonder D.expect
50.解析：C分析语境和句子结构可知，空处用来指代前面的several new friends,所以them。
(2016•福建宁德高三质检)Are you facing a situation that looks impossible to fix?
In 1969, the pollution was terrible along the Cuyahoga River near Cleveland, Ohio.It 61 (be) unimaginable that it could ever be cleaned up.The river was so polluted that it 62 (actual) caught fire and burned.Now, years later, this river is one of 63 most outstanding examples of environmental cleanup.
But the river wasn’t changed in a few days 64 even a few months.It took years of work 65 (reduce) the industrial pollution and clean the water.Finally, that hard work paid off and now the water in the river is 66 (clean) than ever.
Maybe you are facing an impossible situation.Maybe you have a habit 67 is driving your family crazy.Possibly you drink too much or don’t know how to control your credit card use.When you face such an impossible situation, don’t you want a quick fix and something to change immediately?
While there are 68 (amaze) stories of instant transformation, for most of us the 69 (change) are gradual and require a lot of effort and work, like cleaning up a polluted river.Just be 70 (patience).
语篇导 读 文章通过Cuyahoga River先前被污染通过人们的努力使河水洁净的例子说明遇到不可能的情况时只要努力、坚持、耐心，一切都有可能改变。
63.the 解析：考查定冠词的用法。后面的most outstanding是最高级，其前面要用定冠词the。
64.or 解析：考查并列连词。句意：但是河流不是几天或几个月就改变了的。a few days和a few months为并列关系，且此句是否定句，因此要用or连接。
65.to reduce 解析：考查非谓语动词之动词不定式。句中it是形式主语，真正的主语是动词不定式，故用to reduce。该句结构为It takes+时间+to do sth.。句意：减少工业污染和清理水需要数年的工作。
Last Saturday, our school had organized an activity to visit the children at a local orphanage(孤儿院).As one of the volunteer, I took part in it.We took many books as well many kinds of school supplies and toys for the children. They were delighted to receive the gifts. In the morning, we played some games with them when we used to play in our childhood. Then we cooked and had a lunch there. In the afternoon, we gave them some performances. Before leaving the orphanage, we had photos take with them and gave them our contact details so that they could keep in touch with one another. Each of us had a happily time. We gave the children our care and help, but in return, they gave us their smiles and love.
答案：Last Saturday, our school had organized an activity to visit the children at a local orphanage (孤儿院).As one of the , I took part in it. We took many books as well many kinds of school supplies and toys the children. They were delighted to receive the gifts. In the morning, we played some games with them when/ we used to play in our childhood. Then we cooked and had a lunch there. In the afternoon, we gave them some performances. Before leaving the orphanage, we had photos with them and gave them our contact details so that could keep in touch with one another. Each of us had a time. We gave the children our care and help, in return, they gave us their smiles and love.
72.“one of the”后应该跟复数名词，表示“其中一个”。
73.as well as是连词，意为“和”，相当于and。
74.从句子结构可知，此处表达“把……带给……”，即“take sth.to sb.”。
80.根据“We gave the children our care and help”和“they gave us their smiles and love”之间的逻辑可知，此处表示并列关系。
The disabled are one part of our society. They play an unusual role in our world. We often meet them by accident in life, but what attitude should we have to be with them? And how should we communicate with them? In my opinion, I think we should regard them as common people rather than special people, which may influence their self-respect. Besides, we need more patience to show our love to them. What’s more, we should use a proper way when dealing with their trouble. Let’s learn to take more care to the people who need help and love.