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									“大学英语(B)”

完型填空
 解题指导
     完型填空考核要点
 对前后文逻辑关系的分析判断
 对语法细节的掌握(类似于词汇与结构)
 对词汇及各种类型词组的掌握
 对一些惯用语和惯用句型的掌握
 对段落大意的掌握及对主题句的把握
 对句中关键词的把握
 整体阅读理解能力
    完型填空解题思路
 首先迅速泛读一遍短文,初步了解全文大意、
层次、结构关系,同时注意每个语义群中的关
键词及关键情节。
 迅速观察一遍各组备选答案,对答案与空缺处
  的配合关系有个初步印象。
 选择每个空缺处的答案时要注意跨段落的前后
  文逻辑关系,有些答案会受到距离很远处的内
  容影响。
 完型填空考核词汇和语法的基本单位是单句,
而不是空缺处前后局部关系。
     完型填空答题技巧
 首先观察备选答案涉及的考核点是什么。如涉
  及语法中的时态、语态、语气或非谓语动词、
  关联词的运用,或者涉及同义词选择,或者涉
  及惯用法和固定词组及句型。看出这些考点,
  就容易正确分析和寻找答案。
 要注意某些问题的跨段落关联,如一时拿不准,
  先留在一边,带其它答案都完成后,再通览全
  文后才能最后找准。
 全部答完后,一定要再通读一遍全文,把逻辑
  关系错误的答案调整过来,并把留出的那些问
  题最后解决。
真题例解
1.     Children use their parents as models, whether the
model is good or bad. My neighbors are very good __1__,
Mrs. Roodhouse is a careful housekeeper. __2__ she
went to work yesterday, her children cleaned the rooms.
The eldest daughter took all the carpet __3__ and shook
them. The middle daughter did all the dishes, and the
youngest daughter put the toys __4__ good order. The
only boy in the family cleaned the furniture. When the
children __5__ their work, they put beautiful flowers on
the table for their mother.

1. A. facts     B. stories    C. examples   D. friends
2. A. Before    B. Until      C. Since      D. When
3. A. outside   B. inside     C. upstairs   D. downstairs
4. A. at        B. in         C. for        D. with
5. A. began     B. finished   C. prepared   D. wanted
     Mrs. Frowzier is a terrible housekeeper. When she
went to work, her children made a big mess. One of __6__
drank some coke and threw the bottle. The glass wasn’t
swept up, and the carpet was made __7__. The rubbish in
the kitchen grew __8__ because the children ate bananas
and oranges and threw the peels on the floor. One child
drew pictures on the wall and rode his bike in the rooms.
Both mothers __9__ home, but __10__ of them was glad
of ……


6. A. us      B. them        C. you       D. him
7. A. clean B. dry           C. dirty     D. neat
8. A. smaller B. more useful C. lighter   D. larger
9. A. came B. come           C. comes D. were coming
10. A. neither B. both       C. only one D. all
2.    On May 27, 1995, our life was suddenly changed. It
happened a few minutes past three, __1__ my husband,
Chris, fell from his horse as it jumped over a fence. Chris
was paralyzed (瘫痪) from the chest down, __2__ to breathe
normally. As he was thrown from his horse, we entered into
a life of disability with lots of unexpected challenges. We
went from the “haves” to the “have-nots”. Or so we thought.
      Yet what we discovered later were all the gifts that
came out of __3__ difficulties. We came to learn that
something __4__ could happen in a disaster. All over the
world people cared for Chris so much that letters and
postcards poured in every day.

1. A. since      B. before       C. when        D. while
2. A. able       B. unable       C. suitable    D. unsuitable
3. A. sharing    B. separating   C. fearing     D. exploiting
4. A. terrible   B. similar      C. wonderful   D. practical
By the end of the third week in a __5__ center in Virginia,
about 35,000 pieces of __6__ had been received and
sorted. As __7__, we opened letter after letter. The gave
us comfort and became a source of strength for us. We
use them to encourage ourselves. I would go to the pile
of letters marked with “funny” if we need a __8__, or to
the “disabled” box to find advice from people in
wheelchairs or even in bed living happily ……(注:看不
见题目)

5. A. medical     B. postal    C. experimental D. mental
6. A. news       B. paper      C. equipment     D. mail
7. A. parents    B. a family   C. nurses        D. a group
8. A. cry        B. laugh      C. chat          D. sigh
9. A. bitterly   B. fairly     C. weakly     D. successfully
10. A. here       B. there      C. therefore  D. forward
3.    What is museum? A museum is a good place to
keep __1__ and beautiful things. A museum may be a
place to learn about science. A museum can be a place
__2__ art of Indians or animals. What is inside a museum?
Some museums __3__ old cars and airplanes. __4__
museums have pictures and statues (雕像). Others
have rocks and old bones. One museum even has
__5__coal mine inside! Many cities have museums.


1.   A. new     B. old      C. good     D. important
2.   A. for     B. in       C. about     D. on
3    A. has     B. have     C. there is D. there are
4.   A. A bit   B. A little  C. Much     D. Many
5.   A. the     B. an       C. a        D. on
Some very small __6__ have museums, __7__.
Indianapolis(美印第安纳州首府) has a __8__ museum.
Children do not have to pay to get in. Children go to the
museum often. They like __9__ at the dinosaur bones.
They see a white bear ten feet tall. They go inside an old
log cabin (小木屋). On Saturday, Indianapolis children
can __10__ talks about animals and trees. They see
movies.

6. A. homes     B. towns C. villages         D. countries
7. A. too       B. also      C. either       D. neither
8. A. child’s   B. child     C. children’s   D. children
9. A. see       B. to see C. look            D. to look
10. A. listen    B. to listen C. hear         D. to hear
4.   It was dark. Some children and two Canadian
women still __1__ on the ice near a big hotel. They were
having a good time.
     Suddenly the ice __2__. One of the boys fall into the
water. The children shouted, “Help! Help!” They didn’t
know __3__ to do. The two Canadian friends heard __4__
and skated over to get the boy out of the water.
    The Ice was __5__. The two Canadians fell into the
water, too.

1.   A. boating   B. skating   C. planting   D. swimming
2.   A. broke     B. shone     C. closed     D. flew
3.   A. who       B. when      C. what        D. where
4.   A. one       B. him       C. them        D. her
5.   A. big       B. small     C. thick       D. thin
But they tried their best to __6__ the little boy. They knew
they must be __7__. If they didn’t push him up onto the
ice, he would soon die.
     Many people ran over to __ 8__. Some of them had
ropes and poles. A young man jumped into the water to
save the __9__ people.
     The boy and two Canadian women were out of water
at last. One of the women didn’t feel well. She was sent to
the __10__ at once. But she felt happy because the boy
was saved.

6. A. save        B. wake      C. see     D. tell
7. A. slow        B. quick     C. sorry   D. wrong
8. A. play        B. shout     C. push    D. help
9. A. two         B. three     C. four    D. five
10. A. hospital    B. school    C. library D. garden
5.      Thomas Edison wore 1          caps during his life,
2 thinking caps, the caps of many famous schools and
colleges. But the most important cap was his thinking
cap. It had saved his mother’s 3 . One day when he
was a boy his mother fell ill. The doctor wanted 4 her
an operation. But the light in the room was not bright.


1. A. much     B. many      C. a lot   D. lot of
2. A. as       B. for       C. such as D. was like
3. A. living   B. life      C. lives   D. alive
4. A. give     B. to give   C. to gave D. give
Edison quickly   5 his thinking cap and he found a way
6 his mother. Edison was good at 7 his hands and his
head. He was the most interested 8 electricity. We can
see his 9 everywhere because they are very common.
They were 10 by Edison’s thinking cap.


5. A. take off   B. put off    C. put down D. put on
6. A. save       B. to save    C. saving    D. saved
7. A. use        B. make C. using      D. making
8. A. at         B. of         C. in        D. on
9. A. inventors B. invent      C. invents   D. inventions
10. A. inventing B. invented   C. made      D. making
6.       Kate and Sandy are American students. They 1
sisters. They live 2 now. Kate is 3 than Sandy. She
likes living in town very much. Kate thinks living in town
is 4 than 5 in the country. There are more parks,
shops and cinemas in town than in the country. She
especially likes the lights in town.

1. A. am         B. is        C. are        D. was
2. A. in the town             B. in town
    C. in the country          D. in country
3. A. old        B. older     C. more old D. more older
4. A. interesting             B. more interesting
    C. beautiful                D. more beautiful
5. A. live        B. living   C. to live     D. is living
She thinks the lights 6 are more beautiful than the
stars. She likes to read and reads 7 than Sandy. Often
Kate reads until very late at night. Sandy likes the
country 8 . She thinks the country life is quiet. There
is less noise and fewer cars. She likes to visit her Aunt
Peggy. She often helps her aunt 9 her work. Sandy
likes to run. She runs faster than Kate. In the country
Sandy can run longer than in town. She also thinks
running in the country 10 the most exciting thing to do.

6. A. at night B. at the night   C. in night D. in the night
7. A. quickly                    B. more quickly
   C. quicklier                  D. most quickly
8. A. good      B. well          C. better D. best
9. A. for       B. at             C. to       D. with
10. A. am       B. is             C. are      D. were
7.      Fruit is good for people. Many people eat some 1
every day. Mr. and Mrs. Black 2 fruit very much and
every Monday Mrs. Black goes to buy some fruit in the
3 near her house. The man in the shop knows her well
and helps a lot. She can buy all 4 of fruit there, like
apples, pears,    5 and bananas.


1. A. fruit       B. eggs      C. pears     D. apples
2. A. want        B. like      C. think     D. have
3. A. shopping    B. street    C. shop      D. room
4. A. kind        B. piece     C. pieces    D. kinds
5. A. orangeB. oranges C. meat       D. fish
In different time of the year the    6   of each kind of fruit
is not the 7 , sometimes high, something low. Mrs.
Black 8 to buy cheap fruit. But Mr. Black likes bananas
only. 9 buys bananas for him every week. She only
buys cheap 10 for herself.


6. A. prices B. price      C. money          D. value
7. A. good          B. bad          C. some        D. same
8. A. goes          B. likes        C. want        D. try
9. A. He            B. Him          C. Her         D. She
10. A. fruit        B. goods        C. products D. items
8.      There were once three sons of a wealthy
businessman. 1 they met, the two eldest, who were
twins, 2 to quarrel about which of them should be his
father's heir (继承人) . The youngest, who was not 3
ambitious (野心勃勃) , took no part in their argument. As
soon as they left home, the father arranged for an
adequate income to be provided for 4 of them, but
insisted that apart from this they were to be financially
self-supporting. The 5 twin, who had the advantage of
good looks and a striking personality,

1. A. whatever   B. whenever C. wherever      D. however
2. A. are used   B. used     C. using         D. are using
3. A. at least   B. at most C. in the least   D. in the most
4. A. every      B. all      C. each           D. none
5. A. first      B. older    C. younger        D. elder
decided that he would take up the stage 6 a career. He
7 a small repertory company, acted in minor parts, was
always unpunctual (不准时) at rehearsals and was
accordingly 8 with his fellow-actors. He earned little
and so had to live mainly on his allowance. He
occasionally thought of 9 his profession, but always
put off 10 a decision, and he became increasingly
bored and disillusioned.


6. A. is       B. as         C. be       D./
7. A. joined   B. attended   C. went     D. joined in
8. A. popular B. unpopular C. welcome D. unwelcome
9. A. living   B. turning    C. ending   D. changing
10. A. making B. make        C. decide    D. deciding
9.      Many students find the experience of attending
university lectures to be a confusing and frustrating experience.
The lecturer speaks for one or two hours, perhaps 1 the
talk with slides, writing up important information on the
blackboard, 2 reading material and giving out assignment.
The new student sees the other students continuously writing
on notebooks and 3 what to write. Very often the student
leaves the lecture with notes which do not catch the main
points and     4    become hard even for the students to
understand .
     Most institutions provide courses which assist new
students to develop the skills they need to be 5 listeners
and note-takers.

1. A. extending B. illustrating C. performing       D. conducting
2. A. attributing B. contributing C. distributing   D. explaining
3. A. suspects B. understands C. wonders            D. convinces
4. A. what        B. those        C. as             D. which
5. A. effective B. passive        C. relative       D. expressive
If these are unavailable, there are many useful study-skills
guides which 6 learners to practice these skills
independently. In all cases it is important to 7 the problem
before actually starting your studies.
      It is important to acknowledge that most students have
difficulty 8 acquiring the language skills required in
college study. One way of 9 these difficulties is to attend
the language and study-skills classes which most institutions
provide throughout the academic year. Another basic strategy
is to find a study partner 10 it is possible to identify
difficulties, exchange ideas and provide support.

6. A. enable    B. stimulate   C. advocate     D. prevent
7. A. evaluate B. acquaint     C. tackle       D. formulate
8. A. in        B. on          C. of           D. with
9. A. preventing               B. withstanding
   C. sustaining               D. overcoming
10. A. in that B. for which    C. with whom D. such as
10.       One day when Jamie came home after school, his
mother had on her worry face. He knew she was thinking of
1 . "It's bad out there. Black clouds are coming from the
sea," Jamie said. "Yes. I'm thinking of those fishing boats at
sea," she 'said.
     At that moment 2 went out. Jamie and his mother
were in the dark.
     "The coastline will be in the dark," Jamie's mother said.
She got more worried. 3 always come in threes. I broke
my best glasses this morning, and my sister has the cold.
     "Now, don't worry, mum. They're right." They're 4 to
come through this all right.
     But Jamie really worried about those fishing boats
himself. The fishing boats would 5 the cove (海湾) in the
dark.

1. A. the wind B. the clouds   C. the rain D. the weather
2. A. Jamie    B. his mother   C. the fire D. the lights
3. A. Messages B. Accidents    C. Troubles D. Questions
4. A. sure     B. lucky        C. safe      D. ready
5. A. lose     B. miss         C. leave     D. forget
      Jamie took flares and rushed into the wind. There was
a cliff by the sea. He started to climb. He 6 himself up
hand over hand. At last he reached the top.
      He 7 three times. On the fourth try he fired off one of
the flares. It rose and cut into the black sky in bright light.
Then he saw an answering flare up at sea. Jamie fired off
two more. He saw another answering flare up, then another,
then another. The answering flares from the fishing boats
showed they 8 the entrance to the cove but then changed
course and were 9 sailing into the cove. They were
almost home. Jamie helped 10 the fishermen of the
village.

6. A. pushed B. pulled         C. carried     D. climbed
7. A. made     B. tried        C. failed      D. finished
8. A. were at                  B. had found
   C. had passed by            D. were going into
9. A. now      B. then         C. once        D. again
10. A. answer B. save          C. find out     D. look for
11.      More and more teachers and parents have noticed
another kind of pollution, 1 came from the printed papers
sold on streets.
     These printed things look like newspaper but have hardly
anything to do with them. You can only find reading materials
badly 2 there - some are too strange for anyone to believe,
3 are frightening stories of something even worse. However,
many of the young students are getting absorbed in such
poisonous reading, which costs them what they should pay
for their breakfast and bring them nightmares and immoral
ideas 4 return. Homework is left undone, daily games lost.
     These sellers shout on streets selling their papers well.
The writers, publishers and printers, 5 they are, we never
know, are making their silent money. The sheep skinned
wolf's stories seem to have been forgotten once again.

1. A. it           B. that.     C. which     D. this pollution
2. A. made of      B. made up   C. made from D. made in
3. A. the others   B. others    C. the other D. some others
4. A. as           B. in        C. for       D. from
5. A. however      B. whoever   C. whichever D. however
     Why not forbid this kind of things at school? Yes,
both teachers and parents have 6 each other for more
strict control of the young readers. Yet unfortunately, 7
you want to forbid it, the more they want to have a look at
it. Sometimes you may even find several children share
one patched paper, which has traveled from one hand to
8 driven by the curious nature.
     It really does harm to our society. It has already
formed a sort of moral pollution. The 9 teachers and
parents need more powerful support. Meanwhile, the
young readers need more . interesting books to help
them 10 these ugly papers.

6. A. warned B. advised C. persuaded D. asked
7. A. if         B. the more C. one D. only when
8. A. the others B. some others C. another D. others
9. A. puzzled B. disappointed C. anxious D. worried
10. A. destroy                    B. throw away
    C. fight against              D. get rid of
12.     It is always interesting to visit another country,
especially for those who have never traveled a great deal.
Foreign 1 can be very educational for anyone if he is
interested enough to make preparations beforehand.
Learning the language of the new country would be
difficult for the traveler, 2 the benefits of such an effort
would become obvious immediately 3 his arrival. It
may not seem important to him when he comfortably
stays at home, but knowing how to 4 a meal or book a
room is necessary for the newcomer in a strange country.
Without knowing the language, it is very difficult 5 the
stranger to understand the people of the new country and
their customs.

1. A. travel   B. country   C. language   D. people
2. A. when     B. so        C. and        D. but
3. A. on       B. before    C. while      D. at
4. A. buy      B. order     C. eat        D. book
5. A. of       B. to        C. for        D. in
     Of course, in our small world it is often possible to
find someone 6 understands our own, but this is only
second-best for the traveler. To be sure, he can see
places and things 7 the use of a language, but places
and things 8 not the heart of any country. To get the
greatest benefit from a trip 9 another country, it is how
important for the visitor to 10 an understanding of the
language.

6. A. who       B. where    C. which   D. whom
7. A. without   B. with     C. by      D. that
8. A. is        B. are      C. were    D. had
9. A. of        B. in       C. to      D. on
10. A. has      B. having   C. had     D. have
 13.      Did you sleep well last night? Maybe many people will
answer: No. In fact, in the world about one in three people do not
have good sleep. 1 you say you do not have good sleep, it
means waking early and not getting back to sleep, often
interrupted short period of sleep, or hours of wakefulness. You
2 get tired, worried, and anxious. Your memory and ability to
remember things will be 3 .
   Then what should you do when you have the trouble? Do not
worry about it too much. First, let's see whether you can sleep
yourself. The ways are as follows:
   First, 4 that your bedroom isn't too cold or too hot. Keep it
dark and quiet.
   Second, check your lifestyle:
   Do not drink tea, coffee, cola or chocolate four hours before
5 . Drink less liquid so that you can have no or fewer visits to
the toilet.
1. A. when       B. in case   C. if    D. as
2. A. might      B. may       C. must         D. should
3. A. affected B. danged      C. destroyed D. endangered
4. A. determined              B. make sure
   C. watch out               D. look into
5. A. sleeping                B. going to sleep
   C. going to bed            D. falling asleep
   Set your body clock well by getting up and going to bed at
the fixed time every day. You 6 take any daytime naps.
   Develop a relaxing bedtime habit. Read or 7 music,
then take a warm bath. If you really can not sleep, try some
bread, rice 8 milk. They will help you fall asleep.
   Go for a daily walk. Natural light helps you to put your body
clock into correct habit, 9 do exercise outdoors if you can.
   Forget the worries of the day. Write down any worries,
thoughts or questions before you go to bed. With these
written down, you will have 10 to think about and your
sleep will become easier.

6. A. won’t         B. wouldn’t better
    C. had better   D. had better not
7. A. listen to     B. listen     C. hear   D. see
8. A. and           B. or         C. with   D. on
9. A. neither       B. but        C. so     D. however
10. A. harder       B. fewer      C. more   D. less
14.      People in different parts of the world have very
different ideas about what is good to eat. The people near the
North Pole___1___ the raw meat of seals(海豹). People
living in the desert____2___the roasted(烘烤的) meat of sheep
or goats. Americans cook the meat of many different animals,
but perhaps their favorite___3___is steak(鱼片). Americans
also eat a lot of chicken, as well as fish and other foods from
the sea. Some people in India do not eat meat or
fish____4____.


1. A. enjoy       B. hunt       C. cook     D. kill
2. A. keep        B. discover   C. prefer   D. prove
3. A. animal      B. taste      C. way      D. food
4. A. after all   B. in the end C. at all   D. no longer
     Even when people in different part of the world eat the
same____5____, they often prepare it very differently. If you
were in Germany, you would find soup that is thick and heavy.
If you were in China, you would find soup that is thin and clear.
Many ___6___like butter that is fresh and firm; ___7___, some
people –in India, for example, --like butter that it is melted into
an oil.
     People in different parts of the world also have different
ideas about what is good to drink. The most popular hot
drinks are coffee and tea. Coffee is very popular
___8___nothern Europe and in the Middle East. Some people
put cream and sugar in their coffee. But in the United States,
many people make their coffee “black”—that is, ___9___cream
or (截图没显示)

5. A. soup           B. food        C. butter      D. meat
6. A. countries      B. people      C. parents     D. children
7. A. therefore      B. however     C. although    D. because
8. A. at             B. from        C. in          D. to
9. A. with           B. without     C. of          D. off
10. A. Tea           B. Coffee      C. Soup        D. Coca Cola
15.    The hippopotamus(河马), or hippo, lives in the hot part
of Africa. ___1___humans, dogs, and whales, it is a
mammal(哺乳动物). That is, its babies are ___2___alive, and
they drink milk from the mother’s body.
       The hippopotamus is a ___3___ grey animal with a big
head and mouth, It ___4___four tons, or about 4,000 kilograms.
Its stomach is seven meters long, and it eats only plants. It is
a mammal, but it___5___a lot of time in the water.


1. A. With     B. Unlike   C. Such       D. Like
2. A. lived    B. stayed   C. left       D. born
3. A. small    B. large    C. slim       D. weak
4. A. reaches B. weighs    C. owns       D. runs
5. A. spends   B. takes    C. costs      D. pays
   During the___6___, it sleeps beside a river or a lake.
Sometime it wakes up. Then it goes under the water to get
some___7___for food and never catches fish or hunts other
animals. It can close its nose and stay___8___water for ten
minutes. Its ears, eyes, and nose are high up on its head. It
can stay with its body under the water and only its ears, eyes,
and nose above the water. Then it can breathe the air.
   At night, the hippo walks in the nearby land and looks for
food. It never goes very___9___ the water.....???


6. A. day            B. week       C. month      D. season
7. A. vegetables     B. fish       C. plants     D. insects
8. A. above          B. on         C. under      D. beside
9 A. far from        B. long enough C. close to D. near by
10. A. stomach       B. back       C. mouth      D. head
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16.      A Fox one day fell into a deep well and could find no
way out. A thirsty Goat, came to the same well, ___1___ the
Fox, asked if the water was good.
    “It’s wonderful,” shouted the fox___2___ the bottom of the
well. “Come on down.” The Goat, thinking only of his
thirsty,___3___down, but just as he drank, he realized he was
trapped(落入陷阱)!
    The Fox had an idea. “If,” said he, “you will place your
forefeet (前足)___4___the Wall and bend your head , I will run
___5___your back and escape , and will help you out___6___ .”

1. A. saw      B. seeing   C. watched   D. noticed
2. A. from     B. on       C. at        D. below
3. A. walked B. ran        C. jumped    D. flew
4. A. up       B. along    C. in        D. on
5. A. up       B. against C. in         D. on
6. A. at once B. afterwards C. later    D. right now
   The Goat agreed and the Fox leaped upon his back.
Steadying himself with the goat’s horns, he safely___7___the
top of the well and ran off as___8___as he could. “What about
me?” shouted the Goat from the bottom of the well. __9___the
Fox was long gone, and the Goat was very wet.
Look before you___10___. (成语:深思熟虑而后行)


7. A. reached B. arrived at C. got      D. stayed
8. A. lowly   B. fast      C. slowly    D. steadily
9. A. But     B. When      C. As        D. And
10. A. jump   B. run       C. walk      D. leap
17.      If you asked high school girls to name their favorite
sports, most would probably say basketball or volleyball. I
happen to be one of the few girls who would ___1___: surfing
(冲浪). But isn’t that a boy thing? Some people ___2___.
Most would certainly not.
   I started surfing about five years ago and ___3____ in love
with the sport on the very first day. Riding that first wave was
the best feeling I had ever ___4____.


1. A. tell      B. answer       C. give           D. realize
2. A. wonder    B. understand C. reply on         D. believe
3. A. stayed   B. came         C. dropped         D. fell
4. A. experienced B. adventured C. worked out     D. discovered
    When I try to ___5____ surfing with other things, I find it
very difficult because, in my ___6____, there’s nothing like it.
It involves body, ___7____, and soul. There’s sand between
my toes and cool, salt water all ___8____ us. The feeling I get
when I’m surfing across that ___9____, becoming one with the
ocean, is like I’m ___10____.


5. A. bring   B. connect C. compare D. tie
6. A. work    B. study     C. holiday   D. life
7. A. mind    B. figure    C. health    D. control
8. A. over    B. above     C. around    D. among
9. A. beach B. water       C. board     D. lake
10. A. overweight B. weight C. weight-loss D. weightless
18.   It’s very interesting to study names of different countries.
Chinese names are different ___1___ foreign names. Once an
English lady came to ___2___ me. When I was introduced to
her she said, “Glad to meet you, Miss Ping.” Then she gave
me her name card with three words on it: “Betty J. Black”. So I
said, “Thank you, Miss Betty.” We looked at each other and
laughed heartily. Later I found that the English people ___3___
their family names last and the given names ___4___, while
their middles are ___5___ used very much.


1. A. with           B. from       C. for         D. in
2. A. find           B. look at    C. visit       D. meet
3. A. put            B. placed     C. took        D. brought
4. A. at the first   B. at first   C. in the front D. first
5. A. never          B. not        C. /           D. often
    I explained to her that the Chinese family name ___6___
first, the given name last, so she ___7___ never call me Miss
Ping. She asked if we Chinese had a middle name. I told her
we didn’t. ___8___ people may often find three words on a
Chinese name card. In this case the family name still comes
first, the other words after it ___9___ a two-word given name.
It is quite usual in China. My sister is Li Xiaofang. She has two
words in her given name instead of just one ___10___ mine.


6. A. came           B. comes      C. put         D. puts
7. A. would          B. could      C. should      D. must
8. A. But            B. Or         C. While       D. And
9. A. is             B. was        C. are         D. were
10. A. as            B. with       C. to          D. like
19.       John sent for a doctor because his wife was ill. He
called the doctor and make sure they ___1___ meet at five. He
arrived at the doctor’s at twenty ___2___ five. He thought, “It
is a little bit earlier. I’ll wait for a moment. It’s good to ___3___
there on time.”
      ___4___ he stopped his car in front of the doctor’s. He
looked ___5___ and saw a noisy square not far from there. He
went there and sat down on a chair to enjoy the last light of
afternoon sun and ___6___ himself quiet. He saw some
children playing and some women talking to each other
happily.

1. A. should     B. shall      C. would          D. will
2. A. past       B. to         C. of             D. after
3. A. arrive at B. get         C. leave          D. ride
4. A. Every time B. From now on C. Before         D. Then
5. A. for        B. after      C. at              D. around
6. A. made      B. let         C. had             D. felt
    Suddenly he ___7___ a girl crying. He came up to her and
asked some questions. Then he knew she got lost. John tried
to find out her ___8___ and took her home. The girl’s parents
were very thankful.
    Then John hurried to the doctor’s. When the doctor saw
him, he was very ___9___ and said, “You’re late. Why did you
keep me waiting for twenty minutes?” John said ___10___ .


7. A. hears B. was hearing C. heard D. would hear
8. A. name   B. school       C. age     D. address
9. A. polite B. angry        C. happy D. kind
10. A. something B. everything C. anything D. nothing
20.      Water is very important ___1___ living things.
Without water there can be___2___life on earth. All animals
and plants need water. Man need water, too. We need water to
drink, to cook our food and to clean___3___.
    Water___4___almost everywhere. Even in the___5___part
of the world there is some water in the air.


1. A. to       B. of          C. with       D. by
2. A. not      B. any         C. none       D. no
3. A. our      B. ourselves   C. ourself    D. ours
4. A. can find B. finds       C. is found   D. are found
5. A. dry      B. drier       C. driest     D. most dry
    You can not see it___6___feel it when it is part of the air.
The water___7___seas and rivers is a liquid. The water in the
air is not a liquid___8___a gas.
    Clouds are made of water. They may___9___made of very
small drops of water. Water you have___10___, is very useful,
so we must save water.


6. A. nor      B. and         C. or           D. then
7. A. in       B. on          C. of           D. to
8. A. but      B. and         C. then         D. also
9. A. am       B. is          C. be           D. are
10. A. found   B. found out   C. looked for   D. founded
21.     It was getting dark. Some children and two Canadian
women were still ___1___on the ice near a big hotel. They
were having a good time.
  Suddenly the ice___2___. One of the boys fell into the water.
The children shouted, “Help! Help!” They didn’t know___3___
to do. The two Canadian friends heard___4___and skated over
to get the boy out of the water.
  The ice was___5___.

1. A. boating B. skating    C. planting D. swimming
2. A. broke          B. shone      C. closed  D. flew
3. A. who            B. when       C. what    D. where
4. A. one            B. him        C. them    D. her
5. A. big            B. small      C. thick   D. thin
The two Canadians fell into the water, too. But they tried their
best to___6___the little boy. They knew they must be___7___.
If they didn’t push him up onto the ice, he would soon die.
  Many people ran over to___8___. Some of them had ropes
and poles. A young man jumped into the water to save the
___9___people.
  The boy and the two Canadian women were out of water at
last. One of the women didn’t feel well. She was sent to
the___10___ at once. But she felt very happy because the boy
was saved.

26. A. save B. wake         C. see        D. tell
27. A. slow B. quick        C. sorry      D. wrong
28. A. play   B. shout      C. push       D. help
29. A. two    B. three      C. four       D. five
30. A. hospital B. school   C. library    D. garden
22.   This is my timetable. I study at No. 3 Middle School of
Dongfang. From Monday to Friday I get up ___1____6:30 a.m. I
have ___2____ at 7:00 and then I got to school. I ___3____ to
be late. Our classes ___4____ at 8:30 a.m.. We have four
classes in the morning. I often have lunch at ___5____ with my
classmates.

1. A. in            B. on           C. at          D. for
2. A. supper        B. lunch        C. breakfast   D. dinner
3. A. am not        B. don’t like   C. am like     D. doesn’t like
4. A. is            B. start        C. starts      D. begins
5. A. home          B. school       C. park        D. shop
___6____ the afternoon, we have two classes. Classes are
over at 3:30, and I get home at 4:00. But sometimes I don’t
___7____ school so early because I play basketball in the
playground. Then I ___8____ home at 5:00. I have supper at
about 6:00. After supper I do ___9____. I often watch TV, but
sometimes I ___10____ to do some reading and the story
books are very interesting. I usually go to bed at about 10:00
p.m.

6. A. At          B. On            C. In      D. After
7. A. go          B. come          C. leave   D. stay
8. A. arrive at   B. come to       C. get to  D. go
9. A. a homework                   B. my homework
    C. my homeworks                D. many homework
10. A. like       B. look          C. have    D. go

								
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