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I was really honoured to be one of the students sent to South Korea to improve the relation between our city, Zibo, and our sister city—Gwangju (光州) City. When my teacher told me that I was chosen, I was happy and surprised and an image of the country appeared in my dreams several times. Also, many mind, such as how would we communicate? 2 I saw the friendly faces of our South Korean partners waiting outside the hotel, all my questions 3 a warm welcome organized by the government and settled into the 1 ran through my

floated off to the Pacific Ocean. We Aria House Hotel. 4

the next seven days, we visited many places, including Never Land, the biggest park in South Korea

and the Seoul World Cup Stadium (汉城世界杯体育场). But what a very wonderful was 5 6 me most was the experience I had in their school. The school was built on a hill, so we had from the top. But I paid 7 attention to their classrooms. Obviously, the situation

8 . In China, there are usually more than sixty students in one class but in Korea their classrooms had

just thirty seats. As I went to the front of the class, something really developed countries in the world? I saw lots of country, 12 10 9 me. Was I in South Korea, one of the most 11 . In our

chalk, too small to be held, saved for

lots of children can’t receive education because of the lack of 14

13 , nobody ever uses the

bits of chalk like that. I couldn’t

thinking about the clean roads, the neat paper money and the cars 15 that makes South Korea a strong country, something we

running on the roads in South Korea. It is the lost for years.

In South Korea, I saw many old buildings built in the


style. Moreover, the people were very

interested in Chinese traditional culture. I saw many books written by Confucius and other Chinese philosophers. Also, learning Chinese is part of students’ curriculum. China has 5000 years’ splendid history and thousands of renowned scholars. Not only should we study our glorious (光荣的) 17 in class, but we must put it into 20 our culture back to life. 18 . 19 a civilized and developed country, I

think it is necessary to

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1. A. doubts 2. A. As long as 3. A. earned 4. A. Over 5. A. surprised 6. A. scene 7. A. great 8. A. interesting 9. A. puzzled 10. A. bits of 11. A. future use 12. A. though 13. A. sources 14. A. stop 15. A. hard work 16. A. traditional 17. A. history 18. A. effect 19. A. For 20. A. take B. questions B. As far as B. delivered B. For B. taught B. sight B. little B. different B. inspired B. pieces of B. spare use B. while B. development B. help B. culture B. modern B. past B. practice B. Building B. make

C. problems C. As soon as C. accepted C. On C. impressed C. time C. more C. strange C. shocked C. heads of C. collection C. as C. money C. keep C. people C. Chinese C. tradition C. action C. With C. lead D. nervousness D. At once D. received D. Along D. excited D. view D. a little D. better D. interested D. coloured D. cleaning D. where D. help D. avoid D. spirit D. familiar D. culture D. service D. In order to be D. bring


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When I come across a good article in reading newspapers, I often want to cut and keep it. But just as I am about to do so I find the article on the 2 in good health, or 3 4 1 side is as much interesting. It may be a discussion of the way to

about how to behave and conduct oneself in society. If I cut the front article, the damage, leaving out half of it or keeping the text 7 halfway done when I find out the 9 5 8 the title. Therefore, the result.

opposite one is likely to scissors would 6

before they start,

Sometimes two things are to be done at the same time, both worth your them, the other has to wait or be 10

. You can only take up one of

up. But you know the future is unpredictable (不可预料的)—the 11 . Thus you are 12 in a difficult position and

changed situation may not allow you to do what is left feel sad. How your life 14 13

that nice chances and brilliant ideas should gather around all at once? It may happen that

greatly on your preference of one choice to the other. 15 is like: we are often 16 with the two opposite sides of a thing which are 17 19 20 we

In fact that is what

both desirable like a newspaper cutting. It often occurs that your attention is drawn to one thing only get into another. The 18 may be more important than the latter and give rise to divided mind. I

remember a philosopher’s remarks: “When one door shuts, another opens in life.” So a casual (不经意) may not be a bad one.

1. A. front 2. A. get 3. A. advice 4. A. suffer 5. A. on 6. A. use 7. A. or 8. A. satisfying 9. A. courage 10. A. given

B. same B. keep B. news B. reduce B. for B. handle B. but B. regretful B. strength B. held

C. either C. lead C. a theory C. prevent C. without C. prepare C. so C. surprising C. attention C. made

D. opposite D. bring D. a report D. cause D. off D. stay D. for D. impossible D. patience D. picked

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11. A. near 12. A. filled 13. A. dares 14. A. improves 15. A. study 16. A. faced 17. A. before 18. A. following 19. A. still 20. A. treatment B. alone B. attracted B. comes B. changes B. society B. supplied B. after B. next B. also B. action

C. about C. caught C. deals C. progresses C. nature C. connected C. until C. above C. once C. choice D. behind D. struck D. does D. goes D. life D. fixed D. as D. former D. almost D. remark



I guess I should look upon it as a sweet proof of my tastes. My 17-year-old son, who had for so long my choice of clothing, now 3 2


searches through my closet. Wasn’t it only yesterday that he had turned up his 4 beginning to look at his 5 as a creature 7 . He 10

at my clothes? When Scott was in middle school and 6

from outer space, I had once

to suggest buying a pair of chions (斜纹棉布裤) while we were 8 ,” I 9

said nothing but selected a pair of Jeans. He tried it on. “Too he admired himself in the mirror, completely years. When it 12 11

“just right,” was his reply,

with the image. I think that set the tone for the next four 13 .I was chinos, he was outsized jeans; I was neatly

to clothing, the divide seemed

pressed shirts, he was loose T’s. 14 began to change about a year ago. I remember the 15 day. I had gone to my 16 in search

of a favorite T-shirt. I couldn’t find it, but it appeared later when Scott returned home from school. “That’s my shirt,” I said. “Yeah, I know,” said Scott as he 17 for the fridge. Since that time, he often—and 18

warning—searched for the new and different in my closet. I asked Scott why he wore my clothes. “I like some of them,” he smiled. 19 by this words, I 20 my tongue as he slipped into a pair of my trousers.

1. A. thought highly of B. looked down on 2. A. interestedly B. hurriedly

C. set on C. disappointedly

D. based on D. unwillingly

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3. A. head 4. A. also 5. A. classmates 6. A. attempted 7. A. reading 8. A. big 9. A. pronounced 10. A. because 11. A. worried 12. A. belonged 13. A. opposite 14. A. Things 15. A. first 16. A. house 17. A. headed 18. A. about 19. A. Encouraged 20. A. took B. eyes B. soon B. teachers B. managed B. walking B. tight B. announced B. though B. satisfied B. talked B. slight B. Times B. exact B. store B. looked B. with B. Disappointed B. held

C. hand C. just C. father C. longed C. wandering C. cheap C. declared C. until C. proud C. came C. unbridgeable C. Manners C. only C. office C. searched C. on C. Annoyed C. got D. nose D. almost D. mother D. persuaded D. shopping D. expensive D. added D. as D. nervous D. happened D. unthinkable D. Tastes D. single D. closet D. walked D. without D. Warmed D. moved



“How did you do it, Dad? How have you managed not to take a drink for almost 20 years?” It took me almost 20 years to have the 1 to even ask my father this very personal question. When Dad first 3 and needles every time he got into a 6 to bring it up 4 7 2

drinking , the whole family was on have 5

that, in the past, would that the drinking would

him drinking again. For a few years we were

begin again. “I had this little poem that I would recite to myself at least four to five times a day,” was Dad’s 18-year-old unasked question. “The words were a constant
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to my


to me that things were


so hard that I


could not deal with them,” Dad said. And then he words immediately became 13

11 the poem with me. The poem’s 12


, yet profound

of my daily routine as well.

About a month after this talk with my father, I received a gift in the mail from a friend of mine. It was a book of daily sayings of wisdom with one 14 for each day of the year.

It has been my experience that when you get something with days of the year on it, you naturally turn to the page that lists your own I 16 15 . 17 words of wisdom this book had in store for me. 19 down my face. There, on my

opened the book to November 10 to see 18 20

The moment I glanced at the page, tears of birthday, was the exact same poem that had God, grant me

and appreciation

my father for all these years ! It is called the Serenity Prayer:

the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

1. A. chance 2. A. gave up 3. A. thread 4. A. situation 5. A. stopped 6. A. sure 7. A. on condition 8. A. reply 9. A. fear 10. A. never 11. A. discussed 12. A. simple 13. A. all 14. A. listed 15. A. character 16. A. doubtfully

B. courage B. took up B. duty B. habit B. made B. uncertain B. for rear B. words B. imagination B. seldom B. shared B. long B. that B. included B. birthday B. carefully

C. ability C. started C. fire C. condition C. started C. afraid C. in case C. excuse C. thought C. always C. offered C. wonderfully C. any C. read C. qualities C. happily

D. right D. continued D. pins D. house D. asked D. eager D. providing D. explanation D. reminded D. ever D. talked D. boring D. part D. said D. favorites D. hurriedly

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17. A. where 18. A. disbelief 19. A. hung 20. A. troubled B. whether B. anger B. pulled B. disturbed

C. what C. sorrow C. rolled C. pleased D. how D. regret D. pushed D. helped


完形填空练习(四十九) 1~5 BCDAC 6~10 CDBCA 11~15 ADCBD 16~20 CDBDD

完形填空练习(五十) 1~5 DBDAC 6~10 DABBA 11~15 ACBAB 16~20 ABDAC

完形填空练习(五十一) 1~5 BADCC 6~10 ADAAD 11~15 BCCAB 16~20 DADDB

完形填空练习(五十二) 1~5 BADAC 6~10 CBADA 11~15 BADAB 16~20 DCACD

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