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江西省九江一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
A
Nicolaus Copernicus was frightened and his mind was  36  . Although he had tried to ignore them, all his mathematical calculations   37  the same conclusion:  38   the earth was not the centre of the solar system. Only if you put the sun there did the movements of   39  planets in the sky make sense. Yet he could not tell anyone about his theory as the powerful Christian Church   40  him for even suggesting such an idea. They believed God had made the world and for that reason the earth was special and must be the centre of the solar system and all planets went round it.
36. A. to confuse        B. confuses           C. confused          D. confusing
37. A. leads to          B. lead to             C. led to           D. leading to
38. A. which           B. that               C. what            D. where
39. A. another          B. other              C. the other         D. the others
40. A. punished       B. would punish     C. could punish    D. would have punished 

B
Mr White with his wife   41   now living at a small Italian hotel,  42   they had stayed in Italy for months on holiday. One night he went out for a walk   43  . It was late. The small street was dark and   44  . Suddenly he heard   45   behind him. He  46    his head and saw a middle-aged man with wild hair, who quickly walked   47   him. The man was nearly out of sight when Mr White suddenly found that his watch   48  . He thought it was the   49   man who had taken his watch, so he ran quickly after him and soon caught up with him. As he knew   50   Italian, Mr White had to ask the man  51  the watch in another way. He showed the man his strong arms and   52   to his watch pocket. The man thought a while and gave  53   watch to Mr White.
Mr. White returned home and told his wife   54   had happened. He was greatly surprised when Mrs. White pointed to the watch on the table. Now he found it was   55   that had taken the Italian’s watch.
41.A.is    B.was    C.are    D.were
42.A.where    B.which   C.that    D.who
43.A.separate   B.lonely   C.alone    D.loneliness
44.A.noisy    B.crowded   C.calm    D.quiet
45.A.voice    B.sound   C.feet    D.steps
46.A.rose    B.moved   C.turned   D.put
47.A.past    B.passed   C.through   D.over
48.A.had lost   B.gone    C.was missing  D.had gone
49.A.very    B.proper   C.same    D.just
50.A.much    B.no    C.enough   D.little of
51.A.to lend   B.to tell    C.to return   D.return
52.A.pointed   B.listened   C.shouted   D.spoke
53.A.their    B.the other   C.the    D.another
54.A.what    B.that    C.why    D.how
55.A.he himself   B.him    C.himself   D.herself

答案:A:36-40 CCBCD  B:41-45 BACDD   46-50 CACAB   51-55 CACAA

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内蒙古赤峰市田家炳中学10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
Michel is a young girl who works for the police   16  a handwriting expert . She has helped    17   many criminals (罪犯) by using her special talents .
  When she was fourteen, Michel was already  18   interested in the differences in her friends   19  that she would spend hours  20   them. After  21   college she went to France for a   22   two-year class in  handwriting at the School of Police Science.
  Michel says that it is   23   for people to hide their handwriting. She can discover 24   of what she needs to know simply   25  looking at the  writing with her own eyes,   26   she also has machines   27    help her make    28   different kinds of paper and ink. This knowledge is often   29   great help to the police.
    Michel believes that handwriting is a good   30   of what kind of person the    31   is. "I wouldnt go out with a fellow    32   I didnt like his handwriting.” She says. But she   33  she fell in love with her future husband, a young policeman   34   she studied his handwriting. It is later proved to be    35  , however.

16  A. with        B. by      C. like    D. as
17  A. search    B. follow    C. catch    D. judge
18  A. so      B. too     C. quite    D. extra
19  A. books    B. letter   C. tongues   D. handwriting
20  A. writing    B. studying  C. settling  D. uncovering
21  A. attending  B. finishing  C. starting  D. stepping into
22  A. powerful   B. natural   C. special  D. common
23  A. main      B. safe     C. easy    D. impossible
24  A. most     B. nothing   C. little   D. sight
25  A. with      B. by      C. of     D. about
26  A. so       B. for     C. thus    D. but
27  A. they      B. in which   C. that    D. those
28  A. up       B. out     C. for     D. into
29  A. of       B. to     C. with    D. for
30  A. test      B. sign       C. means    D. habit
31  A. thief     B. criminal  C. writer   D. policeman
32  A. whether    B. unless    C. if     D. after
33  A. adds      B. tells    C. repeats   D. cries
34  A. before     B. after    C. so       D. and
35   A. necessary  B. all right  C. important  D. quite easy

答案:16-20 D C A D B 21-25 B C D A B  26-30 D C B A B 31-35 C C A A B
              
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山东省济南市历城区10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
Seventeen-year-old teenager, Johnson, was honoured at the lifesaver Awards last night in Rivertown for giving life saving first aid on his neighbour after a shocking knife attack.
John was presented with his ___36___ at a ceremony which recognized the bravery of ten people who had saved the ___37____of another.
John was studying in his room when he heard ____38____. When he and his father rushed ___39___, a man ran from the scene. They discovered that Slade, mother of three, had been stabbed (刺伤)repeatedly with a___40_____. She was lying in her front garden ___41___very heavily. Her ___42____had almost been cut off.
   It was John’s ___43___action and knowledge of first ___44____that saved Ms Slade’s life. He immediately asked a number of nearby ___45____for bandages, but when nobody could put their hands on any, his ____46___got some tea towels and tape from their house. John used these to ____47_____the most severe injures to Ms Slade’s hands. He solved the bleeding by applying ____48____to the wounds ____49___the police and ambulance arrived.
   “ I’m proud of what I did but I was just doing what I’d been____50___,” John said.
John had taken part in the Young Lifesaver Scheme at his high school. When ___51__John, Mr Southerton, Director of the Young Lifesaver Scheme said, “There is__52____ that John’s quick thinking and the first aid skills he learned at school ___53____Ms Slade’s life. It shows that a knowledge of first aid can ____54___a real difference.”
   Before receiving their awards last night, John and the nine other Life Savers attended a ___55_____reception yesterday hosted by the Prime Minister. 
36. A. award    B. book       C. advice          D. support
37. A. honor      B. time           C. money    D. life
38. A. shooting     B. smiling   C. screaming   D. thundering
39. A. inside   B. outside         C. upstairs   D. away
40. A. knife      B. gun    C. hand       D. stick
41. A. pouring   B. bleeding   C. blaming   D. announcing
42. A. legs      B. head       C. hands          D. face
43. A. soft       B. foolish          C. slow       D. quick                    
44. A. aid       B. suggestion   C. step       D. way
45. A. policemen     B. people       C. doctors      D. nurses
46. A. brother   B. mother    C. father       D. teacher
47. A. treat   B. soften    C. strengthen      D. hide
48. A. pleasure   B. pressure      C. help       D. pack
49. A. when        B. before       C. after       D. Until
50. A. taught          B. learned            C. given             D. bought
51. A. suspecting  B. rejecting   C. congratulating   D. contributing
52. A. no need        B. no doubt      C. or rather   D. no credit
53. A. saved      B. killed       C. recovered   D. processed
54. A. get    B. carry    C. take       D. make
55. A. instant         B. common   C. special          D. constant

答案:36-40 ADCBA   41-45 BCDAB    46-50 CABDA    51-55 CBADC

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山东省临清实验高中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
It was pouring outside.We all stood there  36  ,some patiently, others annoyed   37 
nature messed up(弄糟)their hurried day.I got lost in the sound and sight of the heavens  38   away the dirt and dust of the world.  
    “Mom,let’s run through the rain.”a girls voice   39  me.
    “No,honey.We’ll wait until it   40  down a bit,”Mom replied.
     The young girl waited about another minute and  41  :“Mom,let’s run through the rain.” 
    “We’ll get wet if we do,”Mom said.
    “No,we won’t Mom.That’s not what you said this morning,”the young girl said as she   42   her Morn’s arm. 
    “This morning?  43   did I say we could run through the rain and not get wet?”
   “Don’t you remember? When you were talking to Daddy about his cancer, you said,” If God can get us through this,he can get us through    44   .”
     The entire crowd turned  45  .Mom paused and thought for a moment about   46   she would say. Now she would laugh, it off and scold her for being   47  .But then we heard,“Honey, you are  48  .Let’s run through。the rain.If we get wet,maybe we just need washing." Mom said.Then   49  they ran.
   We all stood   50   ,smiling and laughing as they ran past the cars.Yes,they got wet. But they were   51  by a few who screamed and laughed like children all the   52   to their cars.Circumstances(境况)of people can take away your material possessions,and they can even take away your  53   .But no one can ever take away your precious   54  .So, don’t forget to make time and take the  55  to make memories every day! I hope you still take the time to run through the rain.   
36.A.talking  B.waiting     C.complaining   D.expecting 
37.A. as if     B.even if     C.because  D.when
38.A.throwing     B.putting     C.driving  D.washing
39.A.caught     B.broke     C.impressed  D.called
40.A.slows     B.comes     C.pushes  D.calms
41.A.asked     B.repeated     C.required  D.added
42.A.pulled   B.touched     C.waved  D.felt
43.A.Why  B.How     C.When D.Where
44.A.the rain B.the disease     C.anything  D.something
45.A.still   B.silent     C.serious  D.angry
46.A.what     B.how     C.whether  D.if
47.A.dishonest     B.silly     C.daring  D.forgetful
48.A.right     B.wrong     C.stupid   D.clever
49.A.off     B.along     C.on  D.over
50.A.sighing     B.joking     C.discussing  D.watching
51.A.followed   B.guided     C.respected  D.praised
52.A.time     B.way     C.same  D.best
53.A.ho.use     B.money     C.health  D.time
54.A.children     B.memories     C.courage  D.experience
55.A.possibilities    B.opportunities   C.risk     D.challenge

答案:36-40 BCDAA   41-45 BACCB   46-50 ABAAD  51-55 ABCBB

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山西省临汾一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
I was brought up by my grandparents for the first years of my life. We   36   in a very small community and all of my aunts and uncles lived   37_  . Everyone had a hand in taking care of my safety. Of course in those days   38   everyone in the community spoke the beautiful language of my childhood. When my grandfather spoke I would _ 39_  him carefully.
Then at age six my father   40   from the army. I was forbidden to speak that 41   ever again. My grandfather was   42   . He couldn’t speak English, so my grandmother would   43   for him whenever he spoke to me. With my mother and father we   44 from that small community. I was about to enter public school so I had to learn English. My grandfather   45   when I was eight and we returned to that small community for his funeral. He was   46   in the living room, as was the tradition. I went and stood by him and   47   no one was around I spoke to him in a whisper   48   that beautiful language of my childhood. That was the   49   time I spoke those words.
Almost fifty years later, _ 50 _ I had forgotten the beautiful language of my childhood, I had the opportunity to   51   a newly written paper of it. On my first look at it I recognized   52   . I mu st have looked it over several times in the following weeks. Then one day I read out loud a word from my past. I almost cried. I was   53 readi ng over other words. Words came   54   back to me after all these years. When receiving something from someone, you don’t take it from their hand, rather you let them lay it in your hand. For me it was   55   ---The beautiful language of my childhood was Michif. It was not only a language but also a way of life.
(   ) 36. A. lived    B. reached   C. made    D. put
(   ) 37. A. far    B. nearby   C. inside   D. outside
(   ) 38. A. never    B. already   C. seldom   D. almost
(   ) 39. A. give    B. believe in   C. listen to   D. like
(   ) 40. A. returned   B. went    C. rushed   D. swept
(   ) 41. A. language   B. community  C. hand    D. safety
(   ) 42. A. happy   B. joyful   C. heartbroken   D. warm-blooded
(   ) 43. A. look    B. translate   C. wait    D. speak
(   ) 44. A. moved into  B. move back  C. move away  D. moved on
(   ) 45. A. worked   B. traveled   C. visited   D. died
(   ) 46. A. carried out   B. laid out   C. held out   D. pick out
(   ) 47. A. when    B. if    C. even if   D. although
(   ) 48. A. for    B. upon    C. at    D. in
(   ) 49. A. first    B. latter    C. last    D. former
(   ) 50. A. long before  B. long ago   C. before long  D. long after
(   ) 51. A. beat    B. see    C. ask    D. touch
(   ) 52. A. nothing   B. something   C. anything   D. everything
(   ) 53. A. sadly    B. hardly   C. faithfully   D. anxiously
(   ) 54. A. drawing   B. frying   C. flooding   D. steaming
(   ) 55. A. simple   B. merciful   C. perfect   D. bitter

答案:36—40 ABDCA,  41-45 ACBCD,  46-50 BADCD,  51-55 BADCC;

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山西省太原五中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
When I was a little girl, every Sunday my family of six would put on our best clothes and go to Sunday School and then church. The __21__ in elementary school would all meet together to sing songs, and then later divide into groups based __22__ their ages.
One Easter Sunday, all the kids __23__ with big __24__ about what the Easter Bunny(复活节兔子) had brought. __25__ all of the kids shared their stories with __26__, one young boy, whom I should call Bobby, sat __27__. One of the teachers, noticing this, said to him, “And what did the Easter Bunny __28__ you?” He replied, “My mum __29__ the door by accident so the Easter Bunny couldn’t get __30__ because he hadn’t got a key.”
This sounded like a __31__ idea to all of us kids, so we kept on going with the stories. My mom knew the true story, __32__. Bobby’s mom was a single parent, and she suspected(怀疑) that they just couldn’t __33__ the Easter Bunny.
After Sunday School was over, everyone went off to __34__. But my mom announced that we were going home __35__. At home, she explained that to make Bobby feel __36__, we were going to pretend to be the Easter Bunny, make a basket of our candies for him and __37__ it at church. We all donated some to the basket, and _38__ back to church. There, mom hung the basket over the hanger(挂钩) and attached a(n) __39__:
Dear Bobby,
I’m sorry I __40__ your house last night. Happy Easter!
                                                    Love,
                                                    The Easter Bunny
21. A. teachers B. kids C. boys D. girls
22. A. in B. at C. on D. to
23. A. got B. started C. went  D. arrived
24. A. stories  B. toys   C. suggestions  D. ideas
25. A. When B. Because  C. While  D. Since
26. A. delight  B. surprise  C. pity  D. sadness
27. A. straight   B. alone  C. silently  D. hopefully
28. A. teach  B. bring  C. tell  D. buy
29. A. locked  B. opened  C. broke  D. knocked
30. A. out  B. through  C. inside  D. off
31. A. reasonable  B. silly  C. funny  D. false
32. A. even  B. though   C. finally  D. then
33. A. find  B. choose  C. afford  D. catch
34. A. school  B. church  C. lunch  D. home
35. A. differently  B. secretly  C. instead  D. immediately
36. A. happy  B. wonderful  C. hopeful  D. proud
37. A. leave  B. send  C. store  D. pass
38. A. looked  B. returned  C. headed  D. drove
39. A. letter  B. wish  C. apology  D. note
40. A. missed  B. dreamed  C. sought  D. entered

答案:21-25 BCDAC   26-30 ACBAC   31-35 ABCBC   36-40 AACDA

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山西省忻州一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
The day before Father’s Day, Mrs Berry asked her students to make a card for their fathers. She passed out paper and pieces of cloth.
Elizabeth looked for a while at the blue cloth and began to cut it. Then she  36  her paper in half and began writing. When Elizabeth finally looked at the message the teacher gave on the paper, she noticed something else. She felt her  37  grow hot---she hadn’t heard that anyone who didn’t have a father could make one for a grandfather or an uncle.
As her teacher walked to her, Elizabeth tried  38  her card with her arm, but Mrs Berry gently   39  it so that she could read it. Elizabeth sat 40  ,waiting for her to say something, but she saw a   41  roll down Mrs Berry’s face. She had never made Mrs Berry so upset.
When school was over, Elizabeth   42   until all the other kids left so that she could  43  .I’m sorry for not listening. I’ll make another card 44  you want. I’ll do it  45  and bring it tomorrow.
“  46  are you talking about?” asked Mrs Berry.
“My Father’s Day card. I know you’re upset because I didn’t do it  47”
“Elizabeth, that was the  48  card in the whole class. It was so  49   that it made me cry”
Elizabeth was so  50  that she ran out of the classroom.
When her mom came home from work that night, Elizabeth  51  to give her the card early.
On the front of the card was a  52  of Elizabeth’s mom, with a blue piece of cloth cut like her hair. Inside the card she had written:
Dear Mom,
I know you work really hard to be both a mommy and a(n)  53  ,I want to thank you and  54  you a happy Father’s Day!
                                                  Love,
Elizabeth
When her mom read the card she started   55  , just like Mrs. Berry did.
36. cut B. tore C. spread D. folded
37. A. heart B. face          C. hands          D. body
38. A .covering B. holding       C. doing          D. making
39. A. caught B. left          C. lifted           D. placed
40. A. alone      B. still          C. up             D. down
41. A. tear         B. smile         C. hair            D. sweat
42. A. worked   B. waited        C. stood          D. sat
43. A. apologize    B. stop          C. understand     D. stay
44. A. because B. until C. unless D. if
45. A. just here  B. at once         C. at home         D. at school
46. A. Who         B. Whose         C. Which          D. What
47. A. carefully       B. quickly         C. wrong         D. right
48. A. worst          B. best           C. favorite        D. simplest
49. A. wild         B. useful          C. sweet         D. hard
50. A. happy       B. regretful        C. brave         D. rude
51. A. seemed    B. decided         C. refused       D. promised
52. A. recording   B. discovery       C. drawing       D. writing
53. A. teacher   B. sister           C. daddy          D. aunt
54. A. wish     B. hope           C. want        D. congratulate
55. A. laughing     B. joking         C. worrying        D. crying

答案:36-40 DBACB   41-45 ABADC    46-50 DDBCA   51-55 BCCAD

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陕西省宝鸡中学10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
  A businessman was deep in debt (欠债)and could see no way out. He sat on the park bench,   21  in hands, wondering if anything could   22  his company.
      Suddenly an old man appeared. “I can see   23   is troubling you,” he said. After listening to the businessmans   24   ,the old man said, “I believe I can   25   you.”  He aske d the businessman’s name ,and   26   a   check (支票), saying , “Take this money. Meet me here exactly one year from today, and you can   27  me back at that time.” Then he left quickly.
      The businessman   28   in his hand a check for $ 500,O00,signed(签字)by John D. Rockefeller, who was then one of the   29  men in the world! “I can get rid of my money worries now!” he realized. But instead, he  30  to put the check in his case, just knowing it was there to give him the strength to work out a   31  to save his company.
      Within a few months, he was out of debt and   32   money once again. Exactly one year later, he returned to the 33  with the check. At the agreed-on   34   , the old man appeared. Just   35  the businessman was about to hand back the cheek and   36  his successful story, a nurse came running up and grabbed the old man. “I am so   37  I caught him!” she cried, “I hope he hasnt been bothering you. Hes   38  escaping from the rest home and  39  people he’s John D. Rockefeller.” And she led him away by the arm. The businessman just stood there,  40.
       Suddenly, he realized it wasnt the money, real or imagined, but his newfound self-confidence that gave him the power to achieve anything he went after.
21. A. money         B. hair            C. check          D. head
22. A. start         B. stop            C. save           D. sell
23. A. something     B. everything      C. nothing        D. anything
24. A. programs      B. troubles        C. wishes         D. dreams
25. A. find          B. teach           C. help           D. protect
26. A. packed up     B. picked up       C. took out       D. wrote out
27. A. bring         B. pay             C. feed           D. call
28. A. saw           B. tied            C. pulled         D. hid
29. A. tallest       B. richest         C. strongest      D. busiest
30. A. continued     B. refused         C. decided        D. forgot
31. A, record        B. result          C. problem        D. way
32. A. losing        B. making          C. lending        D. raising
33. A. park          B. room            C. company        D. hospital
34. A. time          B. corner          C. price          D. weekend
35. A. if            B. as              C. after          D. because
36. A. read          B. test            C. share          D. hear
37. A. sad           B. angry           C. tired          D. glad
38. A. seldom        B. hardly          C. never          D. always
39. A. ordering      B. warning         C. telling        D. reminding
40. A. shocked       B. bored           C. excited        D. interested

答案:21---25  DCABC   26----30 DBABC    31----35 DBAAB   36----40 CDDCA

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四川省成都市实验中学10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
My wife was shouting at Sindu again. I threw the paper away and rushed to the scene. My daughter Sindu looked    36   . Her eyes were wet with tears. In front of her was a bowl
   37    with bitter melon (苦瓜). Sindu particularly hated bitter melon, but my wife believed
   38    in the “cooling effects” of bitter melon. I tried to    39    Sindu to take a few mouthfuls. She    40    down a bit and wiped her tears. Then she said she would eat the
   41    bowl of bitter melon on condition that I gave her whatever she asked for. I agreed. Slowly and    42   , she finished the whole bowl. After that, Sindu came to me with her eyes wide with    43   . To our surprise, she wanted to have her head    44   . “Impossible!” shouted my wife. However, I knew that if I    45    on my promise, Sindu would never learn to
   46    her own. So I decided to keep my promise.
On Monday morning, I    47    her off at school. Just then, a boy shouted, “Sindu, wait for me!” What struck me was    48   hairless head. I was about to leave when a lady came to me and said, “Sir, your    49    is great indeed!” I didn’t    50   . She continued, “That boy is my son. He is    51    from Leukemia (白血病). He lost all his hair    52    the side effects of the chemotherapy (化疗). He    53    to come back to school because he was afraid that the kids at school would make fun of him. Sindu visited him last week and promised to help him, but I    54    imagined that she would sacrifice(牺牲)her lovely hair for the sake of my son! Sir, you and your wife are blessed to have such a(n)    55    soul for a child.”
I didn’t know what to say. It was then that I knew what love really was.
36. A. excited   B. frightened  C. moved   D. disappointed
37. A. provided  B. covered  C. filled   D. equipped
38. A. firmly    B. angrily   C. heavily  D. happily
39. A. permit   B. forbid   C. persuade  D. order
40. A. went   B. calmed   C. came   D. fought
41. A. sweet   B. entire   C. bitter   D. little
42. A. angrily   B. worriedly  C. painfully  D. sadly
43. A. expectation  B. happiness  C. satisfaction  D. pride
44. A. nodded   B. cut   C. washed  D. shaved
45. A. got off   B. went back  C. looked back D. gave off
46. A. honor   B. remind   C. share   D. take
47. A. dropped   B. sent   C. took    D. picked
48. A. its    B. her   C. his   D. my
49. A. wife   B. daughter  C. view   D. life
50. A. insist   B. request  C. move   D. understand
51. A. dying   B. escaping  C. suffering  D. recovering
52. A. according to  B. instead of  C. thanks to  D. because of
53. A. tended   B. promised   C. refused  D. determined
54. A. nearly   B. never   C. ever   D. seldom
55. A. abstract   B. simple    C. noble   D. horrible

答案:36-40 BCACB  41-45 BCADB  46-50 AACBD  51-55 CDCBC

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浙江省苍南中学10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
Jerry is a popular manager of a restaurant. It was his attitude  36  made the waiters follow him. He was a natural motivator (鼓舞人心的人). If a(n)  37  was having a bad day, Jerry was always there, telling him/her how to look on the  38  side of the situation.
This attitude really made me  39 , so one day I asked him, “I don’t get it! No one can be a positive person  40 . How can you manage it?”
“Every time something bad happens, I can choose to  41  it. Every time someone comes to me complaining, I can choose to accept their complaining and I can  42  the positive side of life. Why don’t we just do that later?” Jerry said.
Jerry told me an unusual story out of his experience. One day he left the back door of his restaurant  43  and was robbed by three men. While trying to open the safe, his hand, shaking from  44 , slipped off the combination (开启号码的号码组合). The robbers got angry and  45 him.
46 , Jerry was found quickly and taken to the hospital. After 18 hours of surgery and weeks of care, Jerry  47  with fragments (碎片) of the bullets (子弹) still in his body.
I saw Jerry about six months after the  48 . I did ask him what had gone through his mind as the accident took place. “Did you lose consciousness? Weren’t you  49 ?” I asked.
“No,” Jerry said, “ 50  when I saw the expressions on the faces of the doctors and nurses, I got really scared.”
“A nurse asked if I was allergic (过敏的) to anything. ‘Yes’ I replied. The doctors and nurses stopped  51  as they waited for my reply. I took a deep breath and yelled, ‘ 52 !’”
“Over the laughter, I told them, ‘Please  53  on me as if I am alive, not dead.’”
Jerry survived  54  the skill of his doctors, but also because of his amazing attitude. Attitude, after all, is  55 .
36. A. which   B. that    C. what    D. why
37. A. adviser     B. performer   C. actress      D. employee
38. A. right   B. dark    C. same    D. positive
39. A. regretful  B. curious   C. bored    D. content
40. A. up to now    B. all the time   C. now and then  D. sooner or later
41. A. insist on  B. get close to   C. refer to   D. learn from
42. A. point out  B. pick up   C. build up   D. take up
43. A. open   B. closed    C. shut              D. locked
44. A. happiness  B. eagerness   C. nervousness  D. anger
45. A. shot   B. killed     C. beat    D. hit
46. A. Immediately  B. Fortunately      C. Obviously   D. Suddenly
47. A. died   B. disappeared   C. recovered   D. escaped
48. A. robbery   B. murder   C. sickness   D. meeting
49. A. astonished  B. delighted   C. excited   D. frightened
50. A. so    B. and    C. but    D. or
51. A. to work   B. working   C. to talk    D. talking
52. A. Pills   B. Flowers   C. Bullets   D. Cakes
53. A. operate   B. focus    C. rely    D. carry
54. A. instead of  B. in spite of   C. in place of   D. thanks to
55. A. something  B. none    C. everything   D. any

答案:36-40 BDDBB  41-45 DAACA    46-50 BCADC  51-55 BCADC

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浙江省金华一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
The Best Holiday
 I was unbelievably proud of my nine-year-old daughter. Emily   41   to buy a mountain bike. She’d been saving her pocket money all year,   42   doing small jobs to earn extra money.
 By Thanksgiving, she had collected only $49. I said, “You   43   have your pick from my bicycle   44  .” “Thanks, Daddy. But your bikes are so old.” She was right. All my girls’ bikes were 1950’s models, not the kind a kid today would   45   choose.
As Christmas   46   near, Emily and I went bike shopping. As we left one store, she   __47   a Salvation Army volunteer standing next to a big pot. “Can we give something, Daddy?” she asked. “Sorry, I’m out of   48  .”
  Throughout December, Emily continued to   49   hard. Then one day, she made a   __50   announcement. “You know all the money I’ve been saving?” she said hesitantly. “I’m going to give it to the poor people.” So one cold morning before Christmas, Emily handed her total savings of $ 58 to a volunteer who was really very   51  .
  52   by Emily’s selflessness, I decided to contribute   53   of my old bicycles to a car dealer who was collecting used bikes for poor children.    54   I selected a shiny model from my collection, however, it seemed as if a second bike took on a glow (发光). Should I   contribute two? No, one would be enough. But I couldn’t   55   the feeling that I should give a second bike. When I later   56   the bikes, the car dealer said, “You’re making two kids very __57  , sir. Here are your tickets. For each bicycle contributed, we’re   58   away one chance to win a girls’ mountain bike.”
Why wasn’t I surprised when that second ticket proved to be the   59  ? I like to think it was God’s way of   60   a little girl for a sacrifice beyond her years-while giving her dad a lesson in the process.
41.  A. promised B. amazed C. determined D. organized
42.  A. as well as   B. in addition   C. because of       D. except for
43.  A. need B. should C. must               D. can
44.  A. collection B. contribution        C. shop             D. club
45.  A. seldom B. likely C. slightly D. merely
46.  A. drew B. became C. went D. pulled
47.  A. observed B. sensed C. watched D. noticed
48.  A. charge  B. change  C. control D. order
49.  A. study       B. try  C. listen    D. work
50. A. disappointing  B. surprising C. formal D. public
51.  A. agreeable B. hopeful C. thankful D. pitiful
52.  A. Moved B. Shocked C. Persuaded D. Demanded
53.  A. one B. some C. two D. any
54.  A. While B. When C. Because D. Though
55.  A. express B. describe C. explain D. shake
56.  A. returned B. delivered C. chose D. shared
57.  A. sweet B. healthy C. happy D. fair
58.  A. putting B. giving C. storing D. signing
59.  A. present B. harvest C. winner D. chance
60.  A. greeting B. praising C. sheltering D. rewarding
答案:41—50  CADAB  ADBDB     51—60  CAABD  BCBCD

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浙江省南马高级中学10-11学年高二上学期期中试题
Even though it was only October, my students were already whispering about Christmas plans. With each passing day everyone became more  21  waiting for the final school bell. Upon its  22  everyone would run for their coats and go hone, everyone except David.
David was a small boy in ragged clothes. I had often  23  what kind of home life David had, and what kind of mother could send her son to school dressed so  24  for the cold winter months, without a coat, boots, or gloves. But something made David  25  I can still remember he was always  26  a smile and willing to help. He always  27  after school to straighten chairs and mop the floor. We never talked much He  28  just smile and ask what else he could do ,then thank me for letting him stay and slowly  29  home.
Weeks passed and the  30  over the coming Christmas grew into restlessness until the last day of  31  before the holiday break. I smiled in  32  as the last of them hurried out the door. Turning around I saw David  33  standing by my desk.
“I have something for you” he said  34  from behind his back a small box.   35  it to me, he said anxiously. “Open it “I took the box from him, thanked him and slowly unwrapped it. I lift the lid and to my  36  saw nothing I looked at David‘s smiling face add back into the box and said. “The box is nice, David, but it’ s  37  ”.
“Oh no it isn’t” said David “It’s full of love, my mum told me before she died that love was something you couldn’t see or touch unless you know it’s there”.
Tears filled my eyes  38__looked at the proud dirty race that I had rarely given  39  to. After that Christmas, David and I became good friends and I never forgot the meaning  40  the little empty box set on my desk.
21.A.anxious B.courageous C.serious D.cautious
22.A.warning B.ringing C.calling D.yelling
23.A.scolded B.wondered C.realized D.learned
24.A.modestly B.naturally C.inaccurately D.inappropriately
25.A.popular B.upset C.special D.funny
26.A.expressing B.delivering C.wearing D.sharing
27.A.practised B.wandered C.studied D.stayed
28.A.would B.should C.might D.could
29.A.aim at B.turn to C.put off D.head for
30.A.argument B.excitement C.movement D.program
31.A.school B.year C.education D.program
32.A.relief B.return C.vain D.control
33.A. weakly B.sadly C.quietly D.helplessly
34.A.searched B.found C.raised D.pulled
35.A.Holding B.Handing C.Sending D.Leaving
36.A.delight B.expectation C.appreciation D.surprise
37.A.cheap B.empty C.useless D.improper
38.A.as B.until C.because D.though
39.A.advice B.support C.attention D.command
40.A.from B.behind C.over D.towards

答案:21-25  ABBDC   26-30  CDADB   31-35  AACDB   36-40  DBACB

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浙江省桐乡市第一中学10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
It was in the hospital that I first saw Tommy.
He must have been crying a lot __31_  his chest was still heaving(起伏)as I __32_  the bed. I knew he was trying to __33_  his tears. I felt helpless, unable to __34_  the pain from the little boy. Suddenly an idea hit me. I wanted to __35_  him the ancient Hawaiian wisdom. __36_  over, I whispered, “Tommy , did you know our Hawaiian Lizards(蜥蜴)grow their tails back and little boys can grow their  __37_  back too?” Tommy’s eyes grew wide with  __38_  .
“They can?” he asked, obviously  __39_  .
“Yes!” I answered with  __40_ . “Close your eyes,” I said. He nodded with his eyes closed  __41_  .
“Tell your finger every day how much you love it and you need it to  __42_  the phone and to write your homework in school.” I paused, __43_  his little face focused in deep __44_  . “Now say, grow for me, finger. I love you. I need you so much.” __45_  later, Tommy opened his eyes. I told him, “Your finger will be perfectly fine. Let’s __46_  until it completely recovers.”
A year later, Tommy came to say good-bye to me. His broken finger was just the same as any other finger should be. Only a(n) __47_   scar(伤疤)remained.
Tommy remains forever in my heart and  __48_   me of the possibility of miracle(奇迹). From him, I have learnt to __49_  failure. He inspires me to improve myself and to remember the ancient __50_  : Everything is possible if you truly believe.
31. A. so       B. but                C. because   D. or
32. A. left       B. approached     C. touched      D. saw
33. A. flow out     B. wipe out     C. hold up      D. hold back
34. A. remove     B. move       C. stand       D. suffer
35. A. amuse      B. teach       C. inspire          D. treat
36. A. Turning     B. Watching     C. Looking      D. Bending
37. A. hands     B. arms      C. fi ngers      D. feet
38. A. ease      B. excitement     C. fright      D. disappointment
39. A. tired         B. confident      C. astonished     D. worried
40. A. certainty        B. pride      C. honesty      D. pleasure
41. A. slightly     B. firmly      C. loosely      D. straight
42. A. call      B. answer      C. dial      D. receive
43. A. changing        B. noticing         C. washing     D. covering
44. A. sadness     B. fantasy      C. regret      D. attention
45. A. Years     B. Weeks      C. Minutes         D. Hours
46. A. stay      B. stop      C. wait      D. rest
47. A. fine      B. ugly      C. terrible      D. big
48. A. warns     B. reminds         C. educates     D. shows
49. A. forget     B. accept      C. refuse      D. challenge
50. A. game     B. lesson      C. wisdom         D. truth

答案:31-35 CBDAB  36-40 DCBCA    41-45 BCBDC    46-50 CABDC

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浙江省诸暨中学10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
A man who knows how to write a personal letter has a very powerful tool. A letter can be enjoyed, read and   21  . It can set up a warm conversation between two people far apart (远离的); it can keep a   22   with very little effort.
I will give   23  . A few years ago my older brother and l were not getting   24  . We had been close as   25   but had grown apart. Our meetings were not   26  ; our conversation was filled with arguments and quarrels; and every effort to clear the air seemed to only   27   our misunderstanding. Then he   28   a small island in the Caribbean and we   29   touch. One day he wrote me a letter. He described his island and its people, told me what he was doing, said how he felt, and encouraged me to   30 . Rereading the letter, I was   31   by its humor and clever expressions. These were all qualities for which I had   32  respected my older brother but   33   he no longer had them. I had never known he could write so   34  . And with that one letter we became friends   35  .
It might never have occurred to   36  to write me if he had not been in a place where there were no   37  . For him, writing was a necessity. It also turned out to be the best way for us to get back in touch. Because we live in an age of    38   communication, people often   39   that they don’t always have to phone or email. They have a   40  . And that is to write.
21. A. received   B. rewritten   C. returned   D. reread
22. A. bookmark          B. promise   C. friendship       D. secret
23. A. an example        B. a lesson   C. an experience    D. a talk
24. A. through             B. together   C. along           D. away
25. A. brothers          B. children   C. fellows       D. classmates
26. A. normal           B. necessary   C. pleasant       D. possible
27. A. deepen         B. start    C. express       D. settle
28. A. toured           B. stopped over  C. reached       D. moved to
29. A. lost             B. kept in           C. needed        D. got in
30. A. think             B. write            C. enjoy         D. read
31. A. driven           B. beaten           C. surprised      D. honored
32. A. never            B. seldom           C. sometimes     D. once
33. A. realized          B. judged            C. thought       D. expected
34. A. well             B. often             C. much         D. soon
35. A. later             B. anyhow           C. too           D. again
36. A. us              B. anyone else   C. someone      D. my brother
37. A. mail services      B. transport services    C. phones       D. relatives
38. A. poor            B. easy              C. popular        D. busy
39. A. believe          B. decide            C. argue          D. forget
40. A. habit            B. choice            C. method        D. plan

答案:21-30.DCACB CADAB  31-40. CDCAD  DCBDB

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福建省龙岩一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
A little boy asked his mother, “ why are you crying?” “Because I’m a woman,” She told him.
“I don’t understand,” he said. His mum just hugged him and said, “and you  36  will.”
Later the little boy asked his father, “ Why does mother seem to cry for no reason?” “All women cry for no reason,” that was  37  his dad could say.
The little boy grew up and became a man, still  38  why women cry. Finally he  39  a call to God; and when God got on the phone, he asked, “ God, why do women cry so  40 ?”
God said, “ When I made the woman she had to be  41 . I made her shoulders  42  to carry the weight of the world; yet, gentle enough to give  43 .”
“I gave her an inner strength to  44  childbirth and the rejection that many times comes from her children. I gave her a hardness that allows her to keep going when everyone else  45 , and take care of her family in spite of sickness and fatigue(疲惫)  46  complaining. I gave her the sensitivity to  47  her children under any and all circumstances,  48  her child had hurt her very badly. I gave her strength to carry her husband through his  49 . I gave her wisdom to know that a good husband never  50  his wife, but sometimes tests her strengths and her resolve to stand beside him  51 . And finally, I gave her a tear to shed. This is hers exclusively to use whenever it is needed.”
“You see: the beauty of a woman is not in the  52  she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she 53  her hair. The  54  of a woman must be seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart and the place where love  55 .”
36. A. surely    B. never    C. probably    D. seldom
37. A. all    B. all what   C. that    D. all which
38. A. hoping   B. knowing   C. wondering   D. expecting
39.  A. dialed     B. held on   C. called up   D. made
40. A. easily    B. rarely    C. simply    D. often
41. A. clever    B. beautiful   C. special    D. ordinary
42. A. wise enough  B. powerful enough  C. clever enough  D. strong enough
43. A. sympathy   B. comfort   C. kindness   D. mercy
44. A. endure    B. suffer    C. accept    D. burden
45. A. gives in   B. gives away   C. gives up   D. gives out
46. A. for    B. by    C. with    D. without
47. A. control   B. love    C. respect    D. worry about
48. A. even if    B. even while   C. even before   D. as though
49. A. disagreements  B. misunderstanding C. faults    D. quarrels
50. A. minds    B. helps       C. cares about   D. hurts
51 A. fearfully   B. tiredly          C. determinedly     D. unselfishly
52. A. clothes   B. smile       C. hair    D. glasses
53. A. washes   B. dyes       C. cuts    D. combs
54. A. figure         B. intelligence        C. beauty            D. appearance
55.  A. hides         B. lives              C. stores            D. comes

答案:36-40 BACDA   41-45 CDBAC   46-50 DBACD   51-55 CADCB

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福建省南安一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
One morning I wasted nearly an hour watching a tiny ant carry a huge feather. Several times, it   36    several obstacles(障碍) in its path. And after a momentary pause it would make the necessary detour (绕道).   37   one point, the ant had to cross a crack about 10mm wide. After some   38    thoughts, the ant laid the feather over the crack, walked   39   it and picked the feather up on the other side, then continued on its way. I was   40   by the cleverness of this ant. It was only a small insect, lacking in   41   yet equipped with a brain to reason, explore, discover and overcome.   42    this ant, like the other two-legged creatures   43   on the earth, also shares human failings.
After some time the ant   44   reached its destination --- a flower bed and a small hole that was the entrance to its   45   home. It was there that the ant met its   46  . How could that large feather possibly   47   such a small hole? Of course, it couldn’t. So the ant, after all this   48   and using great brightness, overcoming problems a1l along the way, just gave up the   49   and went home. The ant had not thought the problem through   50   it began its journey and in the end the feather was   51   more than a burden. Isn’t our   52   like that?
We worry about our families; we worry about the   53   of money; and we worry about all kinds of things. These are all burdens --- the things we pick up along life’s path, and drag them around the obstacles and over the cracks that life will bring, only to   54   that at the destination they are   55   and we can’t take them with us.
36.A.made up B.got over C.came across D.turned over
37.A.At B.For C.To          D.With
38.A.brave          B.outstanding     C.positive           D.short
39.A.across         B.through         C.beside       D.behind
40.A.suspected     B.attracted        C.bothered       D.inspired
41.A.size            B.height          C.weight        D.length
42.A.Therefore       B.But         C.Moreover      D.Otherwise
43.A.working       B.sleeping        C.1iving       D.walking
44.A.unwillingly      B.entirely      C.accurately      D.finally
45.A.underground   B.previous       C.comfortable      D.casual
46.A.partner        B.match       C.parent        D.friend
47.A.fit           B.fix         C.suit          D.fill
48.A.decision       B.pleasure        C.trouble      D.matter
49.A.insect          B.problem       C.hole     D.feather
50.A.after          B.until          C.before       D.once
51.A.nothing         B.anything       C.something       D.everything
52.A.study           B.aim        C.dream       D.1ife
53.A.waste         B.lack         C.worth      D.danger
54.A.predict          B.find          C.judge         D.inspect
55.A.beneficial       B.conservative    C.useless       D.conventional

答案:36-40 CADAB      41-45 ABCDA   46-50 BACDC    51-55 ADBBC

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福建省三明一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
 James’s New Bicycle
James shook his money box again. Nothing! He carefully   36   the coins that lay on the bed. $24.52 was all that he had. The bicycle he wanted was at least $90!   37   on earth was he going to get the   38   of the money?
He knew that his friends all had bicycles. It was   39   to hang around with people when you were the only one without wheels. He thought about what he could do. There was no   40   asking his parents, for he knew they had no money to   41  .
There was only one way to get money, and that was to   42   it. He would have to find a job.   43   who would hire him and what could he do? He decided to ask Mr. Clay for advice, who usually had   44   on most things.
“Well, you can start right here,” said Mr. Clay. “My windows need cleaning and my car needs washing.”
That was the   45   of James’s odd-job(零工) business. For three months he worked every day after finishing his homework. He was amazed by the   46   of jobs that people found for him to do. He took dogs and babies for walks, cleared out cupboards, and mended books. He lost count of the   47   of cars he washed and windows he cleaned, but the   48   increased and he knew that he would soon have   49   for the bicycle he longed for.
The day   50   came when James counted his money and found $94.32. He   51   no time and went down to the shop to pick up the bicycle he wanted. He rode   52   home, looking forward to showing his new bicycle to his friends. It had been hard   53   for the money, but James knew that he valued his bicycle far more   54   he had bought it with his own money. He had   55   what he thought was impossible, and that was worth even more than the bicycle.
36. A. cleaned        B. covered       C. checked          D. counted
37. A. How     B. Why     C. Who        D. What
38. A. amount     B. part     C. rest       D. sum
39. A. brave      B. hard      C. smart      D. unfair
40. A. reason    B. point     C. result       D. right
41. A. spare     B. spend     C. waste       D. save
42. A. borrow    B. raise    C. earn       D. collect
43. A. Or      B. So      C. For       D. But
44. A. decisions    B. opinions    C. experience     D. knowledge
45. A. beginning    B. introduction    C. requirement         D. opening
46. A. similarity    B. quality     C. variety          D. suitability
47. A. brand     B. size     C. number       D. type
48. A. effort     B. pressure    C. trouble     D. money
49. A. enough    B. all     C. much       D. some
50. A. instantly    B. finally    C. normally         D. regularly
51. A. gave     B. wasted    C. took       D. left
52. A. patiently    B. tiredly    C. silently       D. proudly
53. A. working     B. asking     C. looking          D. applying
54. A. though    B. if      C. than       D. since
55. A. deserved    B. benefited    C. achieved         D. learned

答案:36-40 DACBB   41-45 ACDBA   46-50 CCDAB   51-55 BDADC

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福建省厦门市同安一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
When I was younger, I thought that boys and grown men shouldn’t cry. Tears were a sign of being weak, which a man isn’t  (36)  to be.
However, just last June, I  (37)  that courage isn’t all about trying to keep all the pain inside and trying to hide the  (38)  .
My 18–year–old sister had eloped (私奔) and then I saw how  (39)  my father’s heart was. We were used to seeing him as a (an)  (40)  father.
For three days he wouldn’t talk. He would just sit quietly outside our house in the  (41)  . On the fourth night, I sat beside him and asked him to tell me what he felt about  (42)  .
It had been years since I laid my hand on my father’s shoulder as we have drifted (疏远) further and further apart while I was  (43)  . That night though, I sensed my father trying to  (44)   his pain and I wanted him to be able to let it out. We had all cried over what happened except him.
The simple  (45)  and my words, “Dad, it’s not your fault.” broke my father’s  (46)  . In the darkness, he began to cry. I   (47)   his shoulders shaking as he whispered, “  (48)  did I go wrong? All I ever wanted was for my children to grow up   (49)  . Why couldn’t your sister wait?”
I understood then why he   (50)   to be in the dark,   (51)   being there, he had hoped not to spare his   (52)   a father’s pain. His tears,   (53)   we hadn’t seen them before that night, were there all the same.
I saw his   (54)  , that night when my father cried with my hand on his shoulder, and   (55)   his pain.
36. A. supposed B. likely C. suitable D. glad
37. A. believed B. wondered C. discovered D. cared
38. A. secrets B. tears C. opinions D. qualities
39. A. weak B. sweet C. warm D. simple
40. A. hard-working B. easy-going C. kind-hearted D. strong-willed
41. A. room B. dark C. garden D. eye
42. A. something B. nothing C. anything D. everything
43. A. running away B. giving in C. growing up D. turning round
44. A. forget B. control C. reduce D. prove
45. A. touch B. idea C. thought D. feeling
46. A. heart B. mind C. dam D. memory
47. A. noticed B. felt C. heard D. imagined
48. A. How B. What C. When D. Where
49. A. quickly B. naturally C. happily D. right
50. A. preferred B. managed C. used D. agreed
51. A. For B. On C. By D. Of
52. A. family B. children C. function D. experience
53. A. if B. because C. until D. though
54. A. condition B. pain C. courage         D. trouble
55. A. remembered B. understood C. touched D. respected

答案:36-40 ACBAD     41-45 BDCBA   46-50 CBDDA   51-55 CADCB

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甘肃省兰州市兰炼一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
When people show their houses to others, they proudly show off the different rooms, the nice furniture and how well-built the house is, but they never talk about the__21___who worked so hard to place the bricks, one upon the other, to make house what it is today.
When parents talk about their__22__children, they often talk about their jobs, their social and economic situations and their degrees. Parents__23__talk about the teachers who taught those_24__to make them what they are today.
Being a__25__of English for more than five years, I have_ 26___one thing: if I am successful today, it is__27___the work of all my English teachers who have taught me_28___to love the ABCs and how to be patient with students.
Being grateful_29__being thankful to be_30__of all the teachers who have encouraged you and pushed your_31___ahead across the oceans of life.
My teachers,  both good and bad, have_32__a lot of good things to me, to my mind and to my heart. Today it is easy to remember all those_33__teachers and_34__ how harsh (苛刻的) they were, but it is better to_35___that I do not have to be like them.
Today, thinking about and remembering all the good teachers who have taught me_36__me feel the great responsibility I should_37__. I hope I can be_38__than them because I want my students to see me as a(n)__39_so that they can follow suit.
Parents_40__to remember that if their kids are successful today, it is because their personality skyscraper(摩天大楼) is built upon the shoulders of their teachers.
21. A. builders        B. neighbors       C. architects       D. advisers
22. A. naughty        B. successful       C. hopeful        D. patient
23. A. always         B. never           C. excitedly       D. gratefully
24. A. educators       B. physicians       C. children        D. specialists
25. A. learner         B. translator        C. teacher         D. scholar
26. A. faced          B. learned          C. researched      D. experienced
27. A. owing to       B. lacked for        C. resulted in      D. dated from
28. A. how           B. why            C. what           D. when
29. A. translates      B. impresses         C. states         D. means
30. A. work         B. honor             C. achievement   D. responsibility
31. A. experience     B. boat              C. story         D. process
32. A. listed         B. done              C. reflected      D. predicted  
33. A. bad          B. humorous          C. pessimistic    D. good
34. A. compare to     B. stand for          C. dream of      D. think about
35. A. require       B. remember          C. sort          D. recite
36. A. observes     B. makes              C. forces        D. gets
37. A. witness      B. encourage           C. transmit      D. take
38. A. better       B. stricter              C. more famous  D. more promising
39. A. friend       B. model              C. parent        D. expert
40. A. prepare      B. need               C. manage       D. attempt

答案:21-25 ABBCC  26-30 BAADA   31-35 BBADB   36-40 BDABB

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广东省揭阳一中10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
A newspaper is a publication devoted chiefly to presenting and commenting on the news. Newspapers __16__ us with an excellent means of keeping people well ___17___ on current events. They also play a vital role in __18__ public opinion. Newspapers have certain ___19___ over the other major news media----television, radio, and newsmagazines. For example, newspapers can __20__ more news and in much greater detail than television and radio newscasts. Newsmagazines___21__chief national and international events. But newspapers report local as well as national and international news. __22__ a daily newspaper requires great __23__ and efficiency. Reporters, editors, and photographers work under the ___24___ pressure of deadlines. A large daily also employs many other workers, including advertising salespeople, artists, librarians, printing-press op erators, and truck drivers.
Everything to be published in a newspaper, whether it comes over news service wires or is written in-house, ___25___ through the hands of subeditors or copyreaders. The stories are all put in the paper. The paper is ___26___. The newspapers are delivered by lorry, plane or rail. They are taken all over the country. The papers ___27__ early in the morning and people buy them.
Not all papers __28__ every day. Some are weekly with a Sunday edition. Local newspapers report the news of different parts of the country. Working on a daily paper is always busy. But people ___29__ on weekly papers do not have to work in such a hurry. Sometimes journalists need to ___30___ all over the world to report news.

16. A. provide  B. offer C. supply  D. give
17. A. known  B. informed  C. prepared  D. made
18. A. constructing B. building  C. shaping  D. making
19. A. features  B. shortcomings  C. disadvantages  D. advantages
20. A. include  B. cover  C. conclude  D. find
21. A. focus on  B. lie in  C. depend on  D. consist of
22. A. Creating  B. Making  C. Inventing  D. Producing
23. A. space  B. electricity  C. speed  D. money
24. A. punctual  B. forever  C. timely  D. constant
25. A. goes  B. reads  C. gets  D. looks
26. A. designed  B. printed  C. made  D. drawn
27. A. arrive  B. go  C. come  D. reach
28. A. come out  B. come up  C. come on  D. come back
29. A. printing  B. writing  C. covering  D. working
30. A. travel  B. walk  C. tour  D. run

答案:16-20 ABCDB     17-25 ADCDA   26-30 BAADA

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广东省梅州市曾宪梓中学10-11学年高二上学期期中考试
Unexpected things may happen every day but no one can tell when and where. People usually get surprised or frightened by such things.
   One day I  1 a taxi to go to a meeting. As it came near the corner, the taxi stopped suddenly. The driver got out looking very puzzled. A big   2  which had been following the taxi stopped too. The taxi driver was now   3   at the corner looking into the sky and the truck driver got out and   4  him. A number of cars behind th em were     5  to stop as well and a large crowd of people had gathered at the corner.
    The cause of all this 6  was a very strange noise. It seemed as if thousands and thousands of    7  were chirping(鸣叫). The sound of so many birds together was quite surprising and many people looked  8   . The most strange thing was that,  9 one or two birds, there was no other bird in the sky. No one was able to know why  10  two policemen arrived on the scene. They walked around the area for a while and then stopped near the railroad tracks beside a big board advertisement for a  11  . Since the noise seemed to be coming from there, they climbed  12  and found that two loudspeakers had been  13  behind the advertisement. The bird noises were being broadcast to  14  attention to the film advertisement.
   The cinema that made this advertisement was then  15  to take the loudspeakers away because they cause trouble.
1 A. ran   B. drove          C. took         D. rode
2 A. truck      B. bus          C. car         D. bike
3 A. riding      B. moving         C. sitting               D. standing
4 A. prevented     B. joined             C. watched        D. left
5 A. told   B. ordered         C. forced               D. driven
6 A. accident  B. thing          C. matter            D. trouble
7 A. animals  B. people          C. birds            D. beasts
8 A. disappointed B. frightened         C. wondered        D. worried
9 A. including     B. in addition          C. altogether        D. except
10 A. after      B. until           C. as         D. since
11 A. shop   B. film        C. factory        D. notice
12 A. down   B. up        C. in         D. out
13 A. left   B. kept        C. broken        D. hidden
14 A. draw   B. pay        C. give          D. call
15 A. suggested      B. advised       C. ordered        D. persuaded

答案:1-5 CADBC   6-10 DCBDB    11-15 BBDDC

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