A. tology B. exge C. chair D. church
A. concert B. strge C. ket D. autu
A. ext B. exple C. exercise D. expsive
A. cottage B. basket C. wake D. ily
A. soul B. group C. pronounce D. couple
Doctor: Good morng, Sir. 6
Joson :Yes, doctor. I'm always tired but I go to bed I 't sleep.
Joson : Sce I started my new job two months ago.
Doctor : What is your job ?
Joson : I'm advertisg. 8
Doctor : It depds. How y hours do you work?
Joson: About 80 hours a week
Doctor: 9 . Do you oft take exercise?
Joson: Not very oft. 10 .
Doctor; Well, you do need to d some te. Try to work less, or look for a more stress-free job.
A. That's a lot!
B. I like my job.
C. Does it matter?
D. How I help you?
E. I don't have the te.
F. What te do you usually go to bed?
G.. How long have you had this pro?
11.---Let's go to the New Year's Eve party, shall we?
---- I guess it will be fun.
A. Forget it! B. No way! C. Why not? D. What for?
12.The little pupil took his gra the arm d walked her across the street.
A. on B. by C. D. at
13. To warm self, the sailor sat front of the fire rug one bare foot st .
A. other B. the other C. other D. either
14. more learned a is, more modest be usually become.
A. The ; the B. A; a C. The ; a D. A; the
15. As the smallest child of his ily, Alex is always long for the te he should be able to be dept.
A. which B. where C. whom D.
16.-Sir, could I d my homework a bit late?
----- , sce you've unwell these days.
A. You 't be serious B. I'm afraid not
C. Good idea D. Well, all right
17.After receivg the Oscar for Best Supportg Actress, ne edict t on all the people who had helped her career.
A. to tk B. tg C. havg tked D. to have tked
18. Back from his two-year medical service Africa, Dr. Lee was very happy to see his mother good care of at home.
A. tg B. t C. take D. be t
19. Rg her biography, I was lost iration for Doris Lessg had achieved literature.
A. what B. that C. why D. how
20. I believe you will have a wonderful te here you get to ow everyone else.
A. thought B. as if C. once D. so that
21. You feel all the trg a waste of te, but I'm a hundred pert sure later you'll be grateful you did it.
A. should B. need C. shall D. may
22. Mary really hard on his book d tks he'll have ished it by Friday.
A. worked B. has worg C. had worked D. has worked
is a tastic cer. I wish I as well as her.
A. ce B. will ce C. had ced D. ced
24. At college, Barack Oa 't ow that he the first black prest of the United States of erica.
A. was to become B. becomes C. is to become D. e
25. Peter will his post as the head of the travel cy at the d of next month.
A. take up B. put up C. add up D. break up
Key: 11-15.CBBAD 16-20..DABAC 21-25. DBDAA
Dad had a gr comb. He bought it he married Mum. Every night, he would d me his 26 d say, "Good girl, help Daddy it, OK?"
I was 27 to do it. At age five , this dull task brought me such 28 . I would excitedly turn the tap 29 d brush the comb carefully. Satisfied that I'd done a good job, I would happily return the comb to Dad. He would 30 affectionately at me d place the comb on his wallet.
Two years latter, Dad started his own 31 , which wasn't dog so well. That was tgs started to 32 . Dad 't come home as early d as much as he used to. Mum d I e 33 with for pg our ily trouble. With 34 , uncomfortable sce grew bet us.
After my graduation, Dad's busess was gettg back on track. On my 28th birthday, Dad e home 35 . As usually I helped carry his bags to his study. I turned to leave, he said ,"Hey, would you help me 36 my comb?" I looked at a while, t 37 the comb d headed to the sk.
It hit me t: why, as a child, 38 Dad his comb was such a pleasure. That route(习惯) t Dad was home early to 39 the evg with Mum d me. It 40 a happy d lovg ily.
I passed the comb back to Dad. He smiled at me d 41 placed his comb on his wallet. But this te , I noticed sometg 42 . Dad had aged. He had wrkles next to his eyes he smiled, 43 his smile was still as 44 as before, the smile of a father who just ted a good 45 for his ily.
26.A. bag B. wallet C. comb D. brush
27.A. noyed B. relieved C. ased D. pleased
28.A. joy B. sess C. courage D. p
29.A. out B. over C. D. on
30.A. stare B. smile C. shout D. laugh
31.A. ily B. busess C. task D. journey
32.A. progress B. ge C. prove D. form
33.A.satisfied B. delighted C. mad D. strict
34.A. te B. patce C. speed D. ease
35.A. occasion ally B. early C. frequtly D. rarely
36.A. sharply B. repair C. D. keep
37.A. dropped B. took C. ded D. threw
38. A. watg B. lettg C. helpg D. hearg
39. A. d B. lose C. waste D. spd
40.A. affected B. broke C. t D. supported
41. A. firmly B. hurriedly C. casually D. carefully
42. A. differt B. excitg C. terestg D. urt
43. A. for B. or C. so D. yet
44. A. convg B. heartwarg C. cautious D. not
45. A. or B. life C. reputation D. education
26-30 CDADB 31---35 BBCAB 36-40 CBCDC 41-45 DADBB
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