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Entering the drama room I am immediately surrounded by the familiar sights, smells and sounds. Streaks(条纹,线条) of light cast by the blinds of the tall ___1___ send shafts(杆状物) of light through the dusty air. I take a ___2___ and the concrete and paint ___3___ tickle my nose. I ___4___ everything about this room.

Some of the ___5___ times of my life have been spent here. It’s ironic(讽刺的), but the ___6___ is the only place where I feel that I don’t have to ___7___ to be someone I’m not. Like many teenagers, I almost ___8___ think that people are judging me, but when I act, that feeling disappears.  People only look at your ___9___ ability, not your clothing, money, choice of friends, or any of the other ways people are usually ___10___.

When I’m on stage, everything else vanishes(消失). All the worries and  ___11___ of the outside world are put on hold. Nervousness is still present, ___12___ it’s the excited and tingly kind, not the queasy(不稳定的) ___13___ of being different and alone.

I ___14___ love to work backstage and on lighting. I ___15___ you could find another girl who would work on a ladder ___16___ her elbows in cables and dust and love every second of it. It makes me unique and gives me a sense of ___17___ to know that I succeed in an area where ___18___ others—and virtually(事实上) no girls—do.

High school is a difficult atmosphere, to put it ___19___. Like others, I’m often insecure(不安的), not ___20___ who I am or where I’m going in life. Wherever that may be, I will always have the confidence I get from theater.

1. A. doors              B. windows          C. roofs              D. walls

2. A. last look     B. long walk         C. short breath             D. deep breath

3. A. smells            B. tastes            C. sounds           D. looks

4. A. hate               B. love              C. miss               D. forget

5. A. worst             B. tiring             C. best             D. better

6. A. room              B. office            C. building          D. stage

7. A. pretend       B. expect           C. want              D. decide

8. A. hardly            B. seriously           C. constantly          D. happily

9. A. acting             B. speaking           C. moving           D. repeating

10. A. thought of         B. judged           C. taken care of       D. feeling

11. A. happiness         B. anxieties           C. chances          D. pressures

12. A. and              B. however           C. but              D. though

13. A. feeling      B. idea               C. hope               D. fact

14. A. seldom     B. almost          C. relatively        D. absolutely

15. A. hope        B. doubt            C. think              D. suspect

16. A. up for       B. out at            C. up to              D. down to

17. A. pride            B. duty              C. humor            D. sight

18. A. few              B. many            C. a few             D. some

19. A. cruelly      B. tensely                 C. friendly           D. mildly

20. A. fond of     B. afraid for          C. sure of           D. interested in

 

 

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I close my eyes and can still hear her—the little girl with a ___1___ so strong and powerful we could hear her halfway down the block. She was a(n) ___2___ peasant who asked for money and ___3___ gave the only thing she had—her voice. I paused outside a small shop and listened. She brought to my mind the ___4___ of Little Orphan Annie. I could not understand the words she ___5___, but her voice begged for ___6___. It stood out from the noises of Arbat Street, pure and impressive, like the chime of a bell. She sang ___7___ an old-style lamp post in the shadow of a building, her arms extended and ___8___ thrown back. She was small and of unremarkable looks. Her brown hair ___9___ the bun(发髻) it had been pulled into, and she occasionally reached up to ___10___ a stray piece from her face. Her clothing I can’t recall. Her voice, on the other hand, is ___11___ imprinted in my mind.

I asked one of the translators about the girl. Elaina told me that she and hundreds of others like her throughout the ___12___ Soviet Union add to their families’ income by working on the streets. The children are unable to ___13___ school, and their parents work fulltime. These children know that the consequence of an ___14___ day is no food for the table. Similar situations occurred during the Depression(萧条) in the United States, but those American children were ___15___ shoeshine boys of the ___16___. This girl was real to me.

 

When we walked past her I gave her money. It was not out of pity ___17___ rather admiration. Her smile of ___18___ did not interrupt her singing. The girl watched us as we walked down the street. I know this because when I looked back she smiled again. We ___19___ that smile, and I knew I could never forget her courage and ___20___ strength.

1. A. will               B. strength            C. voice                D. determination

2. A. American          B. Chinese            C. Japanese             D. Russian

3. A. in return           B. in turn             C. by hand              D. in silence

4. A. voice             B. image              C. story                 D. looks

5. A. said              B. murmured           C. used                  D. sang

6. A. attention          B. love                C. help                  D. mercy

7. A. across            B. from               C. under                 D. from underneath

8. A. hands            B. feet                C. head                  D. face

9. A. fell out           B. escaped           C. did up                 D. tied to

10. A. remove          B. tear               C. cut off                D. dress

11. A. never           B. permanently        C. occasionally            D. sometimes

12. A. latter           B. rich               C. former                 D. great

13. A. attend          B. finish              C. leave                  D. enjoy

14. A. unhappy        B. unsatisfied          C. unusual                D. unsuccessful

15. A. faced           B. real               C. faceless                D. visible

16. A. twenties        B. thirties             C. forties                 D. teens

17. A. and            B. while              C. but                    D. or

18. A. contempt       B. pity               C. bitterness               D. thanks

19. A. stopped        B. shared             C. won                   D. exchanged

20. A. full            B. inner             C. brave                  D. fighting

 

 

 

【答案与解析】

1. B 句意为“阳光透过高大的窗户上的百叶窗,照射到空气中的灰尘里,被分割成条状的光束”。故选 B。

2. D take a deep breath 意为“深呼吸”,与下空有关。

3. A 只有“气味”刺鼻(tickle my nose),首句有提示。

4. B 纵观下文和全文主题句(尾句)可知答案选 B。miss 意为“想念”,作者已在现场,故不妥。

5. C 根据上下文语境和上空可知答案应选 C。

6. D 根据首句中的 the drama room 和第 3 段中的 when I’m on stage 可知答案应选 D。

7. A 舞台是假装(演戏)的地方,此处是转折句,故答案选 A。

8. C 句意为“像很多年轻人一样,我不停地想到人们在评判我,但是当我演出时,这种感觉没有了”。but之后是时间状语,故其前也应是时间副词,故答案选 C。

9. A 根据上文的 when I act 可知答案应选 A。

10. B 根据前文的提示 people are judging me 可知答案选 B。

11. D 句意为“我所担心的和来自外界的压力都被制止了”,故答案选D。

12.C

13. A 这是一个意义上发生转折的并列分句。句意为“紧张是肯定的,但是也很刺激,很让人兴奋,不是那种与众不同的孤单的感觉”。

14. D relatively 意为“相对地,比较地”,absolutely 意为“绝对地,完全地”。根据下文可知应选 D。句意为“我非常喜欢在后台工作,还有上台表演”。

15. B doubt 表示“怀疑其无”,suspect 表示“怀疑其有”。句意为“我估计没有别的女孩愿意在满是绳索和灰尘的梯子上工作,而我却非常喜欢”。故答案选 B。

16.C elbow 意为“肘”。be up to the elbow in 意为“埋头于,专心于”,out at elbows 意为“衣衫褴褛的;贫困的”。故答案选 C。

17. A

18. A 句意为“我能够在一个很少有人(尤其女孩)能胜任的领域里很成功,这让我觉得自己很独特,让我很自豪”。故答案选 A。

19. D  cruelly 意为“残忍地”,tensely 意为“紧张地”,friendly 意为“友好的”,mildly 意为“温柔地”。故答案选 D。

20. C 句意为“跟其他人一样,我也经常觉得不安,不知道我是谁,不知道将来会发生什么”。故答案选 C。

 

(2)

1. C 根据下文的 hear her… 可知答案应选 C。

2. D 根据第 2 段中 the  12  Soviet Union 的提示可知答案应选 D。

3. A 用仅有的歌声来回报。in turn 意为“轮流”,by hand 意为“人工的”,in silence 意为“安静地”。故答案选 A。

4. B 她让我想起小孤儿安妮(美国漫画人物)的“形象”。

5. D 根据下文几处提到小女孩“唱歌”。

6. A 从前文 who asked for money 可知她唱歌的目的是为了吸引行人的“注意”,让别人给她钱。

7. D

8. C 句意为“她站在大楼下面的一盏老式路灯下,唱歌时伸着双臂仰着头”。此处用双介词使含义更加丰富。

9. B / 10. A 句意为“棕色的头发从发髻上散落下来,她不时抬手从脸上撩开散落的发丝”。fall out 意为“(头发)脱落”,do up 意为“盘发”,tie to意为“扎”。

11. B 句意为“我记不起她穿的是什么衣服,可她的声音却永远(permanently)刻在了我的脑海里”。

12. C 由文章内容可知这里是指“前苏联”。

13. A attend school 意为“上学”,finish / leave school 意为“放学;毕业”,enjoy school 意为“喜欢上学”。故答案选 A。

 

14. D 句意为“如果一天的乞讨没有收获,就意味着没有饭吃”。D 项最符合句意。

15. C 句意为“但在我眼里,那些美国孩子是 20 年代的没有具体形象的擦鞋男童”。faceless 意为“看不见脸面的”符合语境。

16. A根据常识可知,美国上个世纪 20 年代发生了经济危机。此处不表年纪,而是指年代。

17. C 这里是指“不是出于怜悯,而是因为钦佩”。

18. D 句意为“她表示谢意的微笑并没有影响她唱歌”。smile of contempt 意为“轻蔑的笑”,smile of pity 意为“怜悯的笑”,smile of bitterness意为“苦笑”。故答案选 D。

19. B stop that smile 意为“阻止笑”,share that smile 意为“一起笑”,win that smile 意为“赢得笑声”,exchange smiles 意为“相互一笑”。故选B。

20. B inner strength 意为“内心的力量”;full strength 意为“全力”;fighting strength 意为“战斗力”。Brave 与 courage 语意重复。故答案选 B。

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