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篇一:英语完形填空训练(15空)

完形填空

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Different things usually stand for different feelings. Red, for example, is the color of fire, heat, blood and life. People say red is an exciting and active color. They associate(使发生联系) red with a strong feeling like for signs of such as STOP signs and fire engines. Orange is the bright, warm color of in autumn. People say orange is a color. They associate orange with happiness. Yellow is the color of cheerful color. They associate yellow too, with happiness. Green is the cool color groups of colors: warm colors and cool colors. The warm colors are red, orange and blue. Where are these colors, people are usually worried. Some scientists say having a rest or are eating do not want time to pass quickly. colors are better for some offices if the people working there want time to pass quickly. 1. A. sadness

B. anger

C. administration D. smile

D. places

D. mountains

D. frightening

2. A. roads 3. A. land

B. waysC. dangerB. leaves C. grass B. dark

4. A. lively C. noisy

5. A. moonlightB. light C. sunlight D. stars

6. A. summerB. spring C. autumn 7. A. speak 8. A. green 9. A. calm

B. say

D. winter

D. tell

C. talk about

B. yellow C. whiteB. sleepy C. active

D. gray

D. helpful

D. others

10. A. the otherB. another C. other one 11. A. black

B. green

B. go by

C. golden

D. yellow

D. go along

12. A. go round

C. go off

13. A. oneB. wayC. fact D. matter

D. hospital

14. A. factory B. classroom C. restaurant15. A. Different B. Cool

C. Warm

D.All

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For several years, Americans have enjoyed teleshopping-watching TV and Teleshopping is becoming popular in Sweden. the biggest Swedish company sells different kinds of things on TV in fifteen European countries, and in one year, it makes $10 million. In France, there are two teleshopping channels, channels.

for one hour every day. Then the government allowed more teleshopping. Other will help them sell more things.

Some people like teleshopping because it allows them to do their shopping all the traffic problems in cities, going shopping is not an buying things. They call _ “junk on the air.” Many Europeans usually . They think high quality is the most important thing, and they don’t believe they can be sure about the The need of high quality means that European teleshopping companies will things that the buyers cannot touch or see by themselves. 1. A. European

B. AsianC. American D. African

2. A. lights B. switches C. radiosD. TVs D. many other

3. A. some else B. another many 4. A. Such as 5. A. takes 6. A. to

C. the other

B. For example C. For teleshopping D. It is like

C. spends

C. unless

D. spend

D. by

B. cost

B. until

7. A. begin 8. A. people

B. leave C. open D. turn on

B. women

C. businessmen D. officials

B. going out

9. A. to go out

C. to buy things 10. A. still

D. buying things

D. won’t

D. telephone D. to buy

D. by this way

B. don’t C. even

11. A. teleshopping B. TV 12. A. appearing 13. A. in the shop

C. radio

B. coming out C. for sale B. on TV

C. they bought

14. A. the same with

C. as big as

B. different from D. larger than

15. A. the number B. the quality C. the places

D. the buyers

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Last Friday, after doing all the family shopping in the town. I wanted to have a rest before catching the rain. I a newspaper and some chocolate and into the station coffee shop. It was a cheap self-service place with long and the chocolate on the table and then went to get a cup of coffee.

front. He had started to eat my chocolate!

Naturally, I was rather uneasy about him, but I didn’t want to have any newspaper, tasted my coffee and took a bit of chocolate. could hardly believe it. Still I didn’t say anything to him. When he took a third piece, I felt more angry than uneasy. I thought, “Well, I shall have the last piece.”

And I got it.

“There’s something _with that woman!” Everyone looked at me, _didn’t want to quarrel with the boy, so I kept quiet. I did not realize that I had a mistake until I finished my coffee and was ready to My face turned red when I saw my unopened chocolate under the newspaper. The chocolate that I had been eating was the boy’s! 1. A. stole 2. A. went 3. A. sit 4. A. pushed

B. bought B. sat

C. sold

D. wrote

C. seated D. looked

D. laugh

D. pulled D. sleeping

B. seat

C. lie

B. took C. put

5. A. jumping 6. A. He 7. A. cut 8. A. coffee

B. playing C. sitting

B. It C. WhoD. What

C. covered D. colored

B. washed

B. trouble C. chocolate D. matter

9. A. carelessness B. anger C. surprise D. happiness 10. A. first

B. second

C. very

D. last

11. A. stood 12. A. strange13. A. and14. A. spelt15. A. finish

B. took C. criedD. looked B. wrongC. OK

C. so

D. funny

B. but

D. while

D. found

B. corrected C. made

B. leave C. jumpD.shop

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her from time to time. In fact, the whole class believed her! At first she supposed –believe stories had some way of coming back to make you sad.

Rosa’s parents were separated. Nine months out of the year, Rosa lived with her mother in an apartment on Anderson Street. But when summer went to her father’s farm in Arizona.

father, however, was that he couldn’t find time to go places with her. her a present.

When summer came to a close, Rosa to her mother. At school she heard lots of stories her friends told about their family trips. Rosa wished she the school library. They talked about many exciting like England and Germany. When Rosa’s friends asked what she had done that summer, she made When the class began studying England, Mr. Thomas asked Rosa to tell all 1. A. afraid

B. worried C. sure

D. happy

2. A. jokeB. fun 3. A. talk B. teach 4. A. passed 5. A. made

C. turn D. game

C. showD. travel

D. changed

B. arrived C. lasted

B. played C. helped D. did

D. lonely D. send

6. A. weakB. pleased C. busy7. A. show B. visit8. A. farmB. city 9. A. wrote

C. meet

C. family D. school

C. movedD. returned C. teacher D. farm C. summer D. talk C. languages D. places

D. same D. home

B. called

10. A. familyB. school 11. A. meeting B. school 12. A. people

B. cities

13. A interestingB. true C. long

14. A. England B. Germany C. farm 15. A. think

B. seeC. remember D. read

篇二:中考英语15空完形填空(2012 含答案)

2012完形填空中考英语真题训练

(1)山西

what it was I learned that day.

class and placed him on one side of her grey desk and me onIn the middle of the desk was a large, round object. for me to see that it was black. She asked the boy what color the object was. started between the boy and me, this time The teacher told me to go stand where the key was standing and told him to come stand where I had been.answer, "White. " It wascolored sides, and from .his side it was white.in other person's position (位置) and look at the through their eyes in order to truly understand their ideas.

( B ) 31. A. understand B. remember C. explain

( C ) 32. A. class B. subject C. lesson

( C ) 33. A. ThereforeB. AlsoC. However

( A ) 34. A. came up withB. went on with C. got along with

( C ) 35. A. another B. otherC. the other

( B) 36. A. hard B. clearC. lucky

( B ) 37. A. Black B. White C. Grey

( C ) 38. A. realizeB. describe C. believe

( C ) 39. A. like B. againstC. about

( A ) 40. A. placesB. objectsC. opinions

( C ) 41. A. could B. shouldC. had to

( B ) 42. A. similarly B. differentlyC. brightly

( C ) 43. A, But B. StillC..Only

( B ) 44. A. appearB. stand C, hide( A ) 45. A. situation B. discussionC. solution

(2)湖北省咸宁市

Start Today

"What can you do when you have done nothing but mess up your whole life long?" These were the words I heard when Ithe TV the other day. They were coming from one of the talk shows popular on TV these days. I started to turn the channel but the words I hadmade me stop for a moment. I the speaker of them. He couldn't have been more than 18 years old, but already he was writing off (认为……已失败) his life as a useless waste.

I wanted to shout at him:" You're not yet!"

It is sad that so many people cannot get beyond (摆脱) their pasts and live the present. There are so many people like that talk show guest. There are people still in their teen years that their lives are over. There are people in their twenties who already think they have the boat to success

and happiness. There are people in their thirties and forties who sit around complaining that life has passed them by. I want to shout to them all:" Wake up! You're still ! What have you done today?" If you want a happy life, you can't dwell on(细想、纠缠于)your pastin your life, you have to choose them today. God gives us a new chance at life every time we wake up in the morning. It is up to us to seize it.

Todaythe beginning of a new life for each of us. We can choose joy right now. We can share love today. We can live in delight starting at this moment. It doesn't matter how hard our past has been. Our . It doesn't mattereighty--we can still make our lives. Life isn't over until your last heartbeat. Start today, then, to make your heart beat with joy, love, and light.

( )36. A. turned down B. turned off C. turned on D. turned up

( )37. A. when B. that C. oneD. what

( )38. A. heardB. foundC. seen D. listened to

( )39. A. looked upB. looked after C. looked for D. looked at

( )40. A. death B. dead C. die D. died

( )41. A. so B. so a C. such D. such a

( )42. A. at B. with C. in D. to

( )43. A. think B. thinkingC. thinksD. to think

( )44. A. taken B. caught C. missed D. lost

( )45. A. alive B. living C. lively D. lovely

( )46. A. mistakeB. mistakes C. wrongD. ideas

( )47. A. must B. mustn't C. can't D. can

( )48. A. pain B. happinessC. sadness D. challenge

( )49. A. and B. to C. or D. between

( )50. A. wonder B. wondering C. wondered D. wonderful

36-40 CBADB 41-45 ACBCA 46-50 BDBCD

(3)烟台

World Book Day falls on April 23 every year. It was set up by UNESCO (联合国教科文组织) in 1955 to

encourage people, especially teenagers, to discover the pleasure of

.

Many countries celebrate World Book Day. On that day in the UK,

1998. World

Book Day is also celebrated in China. Premier Wen Jiabao does lots of

he‘s very busy. On World Book Day 2009,

people to do more reading. He suggested that young people should spend more time r

高中英语完形填空15空

eading. ―Books can‘t change through reading,‖ he said.

Reading can benefit (有益于about them or do more reading to find out the answers. The more we read, the more we know. The more we know, the we become. Reading is also one of the most important ways to learn a foreign English. We all know that learn everything at school, for example, the ways English people are speaking and writing today.

―Reading makes a full man.‖ Books, magazines, newspapers and other kinds of reading materials can help to every day.

( )31. A. listeningB. speakingC. reading D. writing

( )32. A. clothes B. dictionaries C. computers D. books

( )33. A. sinceB. in C. fromD. by

( )34. A. because B. thoughC. through D. when

( )35. A. allowed B. ordered C. called onD. introduced

( )36. A. ourselvesB. yourselves C. themselves D. itself

( )37. A. in many ways B. by the wayC. in any way D. in the way

( )38. A. earlier B. laterC. latest D. last

( )39. A. shares B. gets C. opensD. provides

( )40. A. thoseB. thatC. where D. how

( )41. A. thinkB. to think C. talk D. to talk

( )42. A. outstandingB. prettier C. smarter D. outgoing

( )43. A. likeB. atC. aboutD. towards

( )44. A. can B. can‘t C. might D. have to

( )45. A. So B. However C. Now thatD. Therefore 31—35 CDABC36—40 CACDB41—45 BCABD

(4)宁波

A little boy named Harry became very ill. He had to lie in bed all day, unable to move. He spent his days feeling There wasn‘t much he could do except look out of the . Time passed, and his illness frustrated him. Until one day he saw a strange in the window. It was a penguin eating a sausage sandwich. The penguin got in the open window, and said ―good afternoon‖ to Harry, turned around, and quickly.

Of course, Harry was very he saw a monkey busy blowing up a balloon. At first Harry asked himselfthat could possible be, but after a while, as more and more crazy – looking appeared outside the window he couldn‘t help and found it hard to stop.

An elephant jumped on a stone, or a dog wore a pair of glasses and acted in a way. The little boy didn‘t tell anyone about this. Those strange characters ended up putting joy back in his heart, and in his body. Before long, his health had 46 so much that he was able to go back to school again.

There he told his classmates all that he had . While he was talking to his best friend, he saw coming out of his friend‘s school bag. Harry asked his friend what it was, and he was so insisted(坚持) that his friend had to show him what was in the bag.

There, inside, were all the things that his best friend had been using to try to the little boy. And from that day on, Harry always did his best to make sure that no one felt sad and alone.

( )36. A. happy B. sad C. excitedD. cool

( )37. A. roof B. hole C. windowD. wall

( )38. A. photo B. paintingC. sign D. shape

( )39. A. above B. belowC. over D. through

( )40. A. left B. slept C. flew D. drove

( )41. A. annoyedB. surprisedC. bored D. tired

( )42. A. what B. whichC. when D. when

( )43. A. peopleB. studentsC. childrenD. characters

( )44. A. crying

( )45. A. funny

( )46. A. frown

( )47. A. acted

( )48. A. something

( )49. A. quickly

( )50. A. cheer up

BCDDABADBA BCADA

B. laughing B. rudeB. improved B. heardB. anything B. suddenly B. give up C. running C. DullC. increased C. experienced C. nothing C. immediately C. make up D. coughingD. StrictD. developed D. dreamed D. everything D. finally D. put up

(5)温州

Jennie sat at her window as usual, looking out upon the street, with a look of sadness on her face, ―What a long day this is going to be!‖

Then she saw a little boy running down the street, swinging his schoolbag. Looking up to the window, he took off ____11____ hat and bowed with a bright, pleasant smile.

―What a nice ____12____,‖ said Jennie to herself, as the boy ran out of sight. ―It seems like having the sunshine. I wish everybody who goes by would look up ____13____ smile.

George, the little boy, told his mother about that ____14____ girl when he got back home, ―She looks so helpless. I wish I could do something for her.‖

―Why not give her some ____15____?‖ said his mother. George agreed.

The next morning, as Jennie ____16___ at the window again, she saw George with a handful of beautiful flowers carefully picking his way across the street. He stopped in front of her window, smiling pleasantly, and said, ―Can I come in?‖ Jennie told him _____17____ to get into the house.

Opening the door to Jennie‘s gentle ―Come in‖, George said, ―I‘ve brought you some flowers.‖

―Are they for me?‖ said Jennie ____18____. ―How kind you are,‖ she continued, as George put the flowers on her lap. I‘ve ____19___ received any flower since we moved to the town.‖

―Did you live in the countryside?‖ asked George, ___20____ the old, small and empty room.

―Yes,‖ said Jennie.

Jennie used to have a happy family and live in a beautiful house in the countryside. However, she lost her right leg in an accident. She ____21____ walk like other people any longer. Later, her father died, and her mother was sick ___22____ so many years that their money was all gone. They sold the house, and move here to get work to do.

George told his parents ____23____. They decided to help her. More and more people in the ____24___ gave Jennie friendly smiles when they passed by her house. She was greatly cheered up.

A few months later, Jennie and her mother ____25____ a flower shop. People could always see Jennie sitting in the shop, having a lovely smile on face.

( )11. A. herB. hisC. yourD. my

( )12. A. house B. doorC. smileD. schoolbag

( )13. A. and B. butC. asD. or

( )14. A. rich B. lucky C. badD. poor

( )15. A. money B. flowersC. clothesD. food

( )16. A. dancedB. criedC. satD. laughed

( )17. A. how B. who C. whenD. why

( )18. A. angrilyB. easilyC. sadlyD. happily

( )19. A. never B. usuallyC. alwaysD. sometimes

( )20. A. looking forB. looking around C. looking likeD. looking after

( )21. A. shouldn‘t B. needn‘tC. couldn‘tD. mustn‘t

( )22. A. forB. inC. atD. on

( )23. A. somethingB. anythingC. everythingD. nothing

( )24. A. countrysideB. town C. villageD. city

( )25. A. reachedB. leftC. closedD. opened

11-15BCADB16-20CADAB21-25CACBD

( 6 )江苏南通

Do you want to be successful in everything you do? If so, then ? Here is an example.

There was a farmer who corn (玉米) all his life. Each year he took his corn to the market. Then each time his corn was chosen as the One year a newspaper reporter interviewed him and learned something about how he grew it. The farmer (做种子的) corn to his neighbors.

"How can you share your best seed corn with your neighbors?" the reporter asked. "You know they are taking part in the with you each year. "

picks up pollen {花粉)from the corn and moves it quickly from field to field. If nay neighbors grow corn, cross-pollination (异花传粉) will affect the quality of my corn. So if I want to grow good corn, f must my neighbors to grow good corn. "

his neighbor's corn improves.

As a great man says, "We make a living by what we ; we make a life by what we give." We can'tcan get, by how much we can give others. Giving, instead of taking, makes us from other animals. So those who choose to live well must help others to live well and those who choose to be happy must help others to find in their life.

( )16. A. why B. how C. whenD. where

( )17. A. grewB. bought C. sold D, collected

( )18. A. cheapestB. prettiest C. best D. shortest

( )19. A. popular B, serious C. terrible D. surprising

( )20. A, lent B. showed C. offered D. recommended

( )21. A. game B. fight C. experiment D. competition

( )22. A. wind B. water C. farmerD. neighbor

( )23. A. tasty B. badC. tallD. unusual

( )24. A. teachB. remind C, help D. require

( )25. A. unlessB, though C. because D. when

( )26. A. do B, own C, getD. grow

( )27. A. cheerB. moveC. workD. live

( )28. AI and E. butC. or D. so

( )29, A. differentB. free C, safe D. far[17Jiaoyu.com]

( )30. A. hope B. success C. friendship D. happiness

16. B 解析:本题考查疑问副词的用法。根据上面的提问可知,这里说的是―怎样才能做到上面说的这一点(在每一件事情上成功)。‖

17. A 解析:本题考查动词的用法。根据下文可知,这里指的是种(grew)玉米的农民。

18. C 解析:本题考查形容词的用法。因为玉米最好,所以获得一等奖。

19. D 解析:本题考查形容词及对文章的理解。因为农民后面说的话令记者赶到惊讶(surprising)。

篇三:完形填空_(15空)_语法填空_练习

完形填空

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The TV English has an important part in our city though it began only several years ago. During the __1__ years of operation, there was only __2__ programmes for ___3__ who wanted to___4_ English. Those English language programmes of __5__ and learning were not __6__ at all _7___ the teachers on TV talked too __8__ in Chinese on grammar or just gave some translations or __9__. Watching English on TV was __10__ as listening to the teacher in the __11__. But now the TV English has greatly __12__. There are lots of new good programmes , __13__ English on Sunday, American English, Follow Me to Science, Animal World, English News, English TV Show, Business English, Sports, MTV. Those programmes are usually so __14__ and easy to understand that more and more people enjoy watching them. They are becoming widely __15__ not only with all English learners but with the public.

( ) 1. A. first B. many C. pastD. last

( ) 2. A. little B. few C. a little D. a few

( ) 3. A. teachers B. peopleC. children D. students

( ) 4. A. speak B. teach C. learn D. be

( ) 5. A. speaking B. working C. broadcasting D. teaching

( ) 6 .A. usefulB. interestingC. importantD. necessary

( ) 7. A. when B. if C. unless D. because

( ) 8. A. much B. slowlyC. badly D. quietly

( ) 9. A. words B. explanations C. textsD. lessons

( ) 10. A. as good B. as much C. the sameD. as helpful

( ) 11. A. classroom B. house C. park D. theatre

( ) 12. A. stayed up B. gone up C. improved D. appeared

( ) 13. A. expectB. such as C. thanks toD. and

( ) 14. A. livelyB. long C. wise D. strange

( ) 15. A. shaken B. lovelyC. rich D. popular

B

"Everything happens for the best, "my mother said whenever I faced disappointment, "If you __ on, something good will happen some day."

Mother was right, as I discovered after graduating from college. I had2myself for a sports announcer. So I went to Chicago to knock on the door of every station and was every time. In

one station, a kind lady told me that stations wouldn't employ a person without since I had just graduated. "Go out in the town and find a small station that might give you a chance, "she said.

I returned to Dixon, where I had finished my high school education and had in the school football team. My father said that our town had built a store and wanted a man to manage its sports department. The job sounded just for me but I wasn't hired.

My disappointment had _8_ as if by design. "Everything happens for the best," Mum _9_ me. Dad lent me his car to look for a job. I tried WOC Radio Davenport. The program director told me they had already hired an announcer. I left his office, I asked aloud," can a fellow get to be a sports announcer if he can't get a job in a radio station?" Suddenly, I heard the director . "Do you know anything about football? " Then he asked me to an imaginary game. It was easy, and I did it without difficulty. The director was 14and told me I would be broadcasting a game on the 15Saturday.

( ) 1

( ) 2

( ) 3

( ) 4

( ) 5

( ) 6

( ) 7

( ) 8

( ) 9 A put B takeC move D carry A devoted B designed C found D enjoyed C refused D accepted A invited B promised A large B allC noD small A experience B examination C agreement A played A possible D college B joined C takenD fought B successful C right D important A shown B disappeared C resulted D turned A wokeB advised C demanded D reminded

( ) 10 A While B After C Before D So

D Wherever ( ) 11 A What B HowC Whenever

( ) 12 A calling B answering C broadcasting D announcing

D play ( ) 13 A makeB actC broadcast

( ) 14 A moved B sorry C thankful D satisfied

( ) 15 A future B coming C lastD later

―Everything happens for the best,‖ my mother said whenever I faced disappointment. "If you can carry on, one day something good will happen. And you'll rea1ize that it wouldn't have happened if not for that previous disappointment."每当我遇到挫折时,母亲就会说:"一切都会好的。如果你坚持下

去,总有一天会有好事发生。你会认识到,如果没有以前的挫折就不会有现在的一切。"

Mother was right, as I discovered after graduating from co11ege in 1932.I had decided to try for a job in radio, then work my way up to sports amouncer. I hitchhiked to Chicago and knocked on the door of every station-and got turned down every time.母亲是对的,发现这个是在1932年,我刚从大学毕业。我已决定试着在电台找个事儿做,然后争取做体育节目的播音员。我搭便车到了芝加哥,挨个电台地敲门推销自己一一一但每次都被拒绝了。In one studio, a kind lady told me that big stations couldn't risk hiring inexperienced person-"Go out in the sticks and find a small station that ?ll give you a chance,‖she said.在一个播音室里,一位好心的女士告诉我,大的广播电台是不会冒险雇用没经验的新手的。"去乡下找一家给你机会的小电台吧,"她说。I thumbed home to Dixon, Illinois. While them was no radio-announcing jobs in Dixon, my father sad Montgomery Ward had opened a store and wanted a loca1 athlete to manage its sports department. Since Dixon was where I had played high school football, I applied. The job sounded just right for me. But I wasn't hired.我搭车来到我的家乡,那是伊利诺斯州的迪克森。在迪克森当时还没有电台播音员这样的工作,父亲说,蒙哥马利·沃德开了一家新商店,想雇请一个本地的运动员管理店里的体育部。我中学时曾在迪克森打过橄榄球,出于这个原因我去申请了这份工作。工作听起来挺适合我的,但是我没被聘用。My disappointment must have shown. "Everything happens for the best," Mom reminded me. Dad offered me the car to job hunt. I tried WOC Radio in Davenport, Iowa. The program director, a wonderful Scotsman named Peter MacArthur, told me they had already hired an announcer.我的沮丧心情一定表现出来了。"一切总会好的,"母亲提醒我说。爸爸给我买了一辆汽车找工作用。我试着到爱荷华州达文波特的woc电台去求职。那里的电台节目总监是一个很棒的苏格兰人,名叫彼得·麦克阿瑟,他告诉我他们已经雇到播音员了。As I left his office, my frustration boiled over. I asked a1oud,"How can a fellow get to be a sport announcer if he can't get a job in a radio station?"离开他办公室时,我的挫折感达到了极点。我大声地说:"一个连在电台都找不到工作的家伙又怎么能成为体育节目的播映员呢?I was waiting for the elevator when I heard

MacArthur calling, "What was that you said about sports? Do you know anything about

footba11?"Then he stood me before a microphone and asked me to broadcast an imaginary game.等电梯时,我听到麦克阿瑟喊道:―你说什么体育?你懂橄榄球吗?‖接着他让我站到麦克风前面,请我解说一场想象中的比赛。On my way home, as I have many times since, I thought of my mother's words: "if you carry on, one day something good will happen. Something wouldn't have happened if not for that previous disappointment" I often wonder what direction my life might have taken if I‘d gotten the job at Montgomery Ward.在回家的路上——以后也有很多次的,我思考着母亲的那句话:―如果你坚持下去,总要一天会有好事发生。如果没有以前的挫折,就不会有现在的一切。‖我常想,如果当年我得到蒙哥马利·沃德的那份工作,我的人生之路又会怎样走呢?

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My ears are recently full of joyous remarks from my friends such as, ―Oh, Beckham is so handsome, so cool that I can‘t help falling in love with him!‖ or ―What perfect skills he has!‖ Yeah, I to some degree,though I sometimes do want to them how much they know about Beckham, apart from his appearance and how much they know about football apart from goals. It seems funny that we are for things, with which we are unfamiliar or about which we are uncertain, but we all, my friends as well as I, consider this one of life‘s .

We need these pleasures to bright up our lives. But that doesn‘t to craziness or nonsense. As an old saying goes: ―Don‘t judge a book by its cover.‖ We not judge anything from its appearance. We should all know, it is one‘s good and great contribution that makes one a star and unforgettable. Therefore we‘d better say about Beckham‘s good looks.

If we close our eyes, falling in deep to be really happy or sad have a clear meaning. If we don‘t go deeper and are just satisfied with things, sooner or later we will find that we have not really gained anything because our first has blinded and misled(误导) us, and we‘ll remain ignorant(无知的) 13we realize that and make some changes.

It is believed that thinking and going deeper than before is sign of great progress. If one day we are willing to go deeper into everything, no matter how much it us, we will finally prove how much we have up, how much more sensible, mature(成熟的), and intelligent(智慧的) we have become.

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Increasingly, over the past 10 years, people––especially young people––have become aware of the need __1____ (change) their eating habits. ___2___ some of the food they eat, particularly ___3___ (process) foods, is not good for health. Therefore, there has been a growing interest in ___4___ (nature) foods: foods ___5___ chemical additives and unaffected by chemical fertilizers, widely used in ___6___ (farm) today.

It is significant ___7___ nowadays fiber is considered to be an important part of ___8___ healthy diet. In white bread, for example, the fiber has been removed. But it is present in uefined flour and of course in vegetables. It is interesting to note that in countries ___9___ the national diet contains large quantities of uefined flour and vegetables, certain diseases are comparatively rare. Hence the emphasis ___10___ (place) on the eating of wholemeal bread and more vegetables by modern experts on ―health eating‖.

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I was on my way to the Taiyetos Mountains. The sun was setting when my car (break) down near a remote and poor village. Cursing my misfortune, I was wondering where I was going to spend the night when I realized that the villagers who had gathered around me were arguing as to_2 _ should have the honor of receiving me_3 a guest in their house. Finally, I accepted the offer of an old woman who lived alone in a little house. While she was getting me settle) into a tiny but clean room, the head of the village was tying up his horse to my car to pull it to small town some 20 kilometres away there was a garage.

I had noticed three hens running free in my hostess's courtyard and that night one of them ended up in a dish on my table. 7 _ villagers brought me goat's cheese and honey. We drank together and talked merry) till far into the night.

When the time came for me to say goodbye to my friends in the village, I wanted to reward the old woman ___9___ the trouble I had caused .

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The American Academy of Pediatrics(儿科) says____1____ children really need for health