摘要:第二節 完型填空(共20小題,每小題1.5分.滿分30分) 閱讀下面短文.掌握其大意.然后從36-55各題所給的四個選項中.選出最佳選項 After graduation from college, I started to sell. Soon I discovered that the 36 expression I had been wearing since childhood meant sure 37 . I knew it wasn’t going to be easy to 38 that expression on my face left by so many years of hardship. It 39 a complete change in my view on life. Here is the 40 I tried. Each morning during a fifteen – minute bath, I 41 to cultivate a big, happy smile. I found out, 42 , that it couldn’t be a forced smile 43 just for the purpose of putting dollars in my 44 . It had to be an honest – to – goodness smile from down deep 45 , an outward expression of happiness from within! Let’s see 46 starting off with a good fifteen–minute workout of the smile muscles 47 me during the day. Before entering an office I 48 think of the many things I had to be 49 for, work up a big smile and then enter. Seldom did it fail to get the same smile 50 from the person I met. I also found that it 51 people when I passed them on the street to give them a 52 smile. Give every living shoul you meet the best smile you have 53 smiled in your life, and see how much better you 54 and look. It’s one of the best ways I know to 55 worrying, and start living. When I began doing this. I found I became more welcome everywhere. 36. A. happy B. worried C. curious D. surprised 37. A. success B. friendship C. failure D. wealth 38. A. wear B. show C. change D. see 39. A. made up B. brought in C. turned over D. called for 40. A. way B. example C. idea D. thought 41. A. determined B. hurried C. failed D. pretended 42. A. therefore B. however C. instead D. Otherwise 43. A. introduced B. developed C. discovered D. left 44. A. opinion B. honor C. bill D. pocket 45. A. outside B. upward C. inside D. forward 46. A. when B. how C. whether D. why 47. A. helped B. upset C. satisfied D. disappointed 48. A. could B. might C. should D. would 49. A. ready B. eager C. thankful D. famous 50. A. in general B. in public C. in return D. in advance 51. A. greeted B. pleased C. puzzled D. welcomed 52. A. cheerful B. forced C. strange D. bitter 53. A. never B. just C. already D. ever 54. A. prove B. appear C. feel D. remain 55. A. keep B. stop C. hate D. protect

第二節  完型填空(共20小題;每小題2分,滿分40分)  

閱讀下列短文,掌握其大意,然后從36~55各題的四個選項(A,B,C和D)中選出能填入相應空白處的最佳選項。并將答案寫在答題卡上。

Shopping habits in the United States have changed greatly in the last quarter of the 20th century.  36  in  the 1900s most American towns and cities had a Main Street. Main Street was always in the heart of a town. This street was 37  on both sides with many 38  businesses. Here, shoppers walked into stores to look at all sorts of merchandise: clothing, furniture, hardware, groceries. 39   ,some shops offered 40  .These shops included drugstores, restaurants, shoe-repair stores, and barber or hairdressing shops.  41  in  the 1950s, a change began to 42  .Too many automobiles had crowded into Main Street 43  too few parking places were 44  shoppers. Because the streets were crowded, merchants began to look with interest at the open spaces 45  the city limits. Open space is what their car-driving customers needed.   

And open space is what they got 46  the first shopping centre was built. Shopping centres, or rather malls, 47  as a collection of small new stores 48  crowded city centres. 49  by hundreds of free parking space, customers were drawn away from 50  areas to outlying malls. And the growing 51  of shopping centres led 52   to the building of bigger and better?stocked stores. 53   the late 1970s,many shopping malls had almost developed into small cities themselves. In addition to providing the 54   of one stop shopping, malls were transformed into landscaped parks, 55   benches, fountains, and outdoor entertainment.  

36.A.As early as     B. Early      C. Early as       D. Earlier  

37.A.built           B.designed      C.intented         D.lined  

38.A.varied        B.various       C.sorted  D.mixed up  

39.A.Apart from    B.However     C.In addition    D.As well  

40.A.medical care  B.food        C.cosmetics      D.services  

41.A.suddenly     B.Abruptly     C.Contrarily     D.But  

42.A.be taking place      B.take place   C.be taken place   D.have taken place  

43.A.while         B.yet               C.though   D.and then  

44.A.available for  B.available to  C.used by             D.ready for  

45.A.over           B.from        C.out of        D.outside  

46.A.when          B.while       C.since          D.then  

47.A.started        B.founded          C.set up     D.organized  

48.A.out of         B.away from   C.next to       D.near  

49.A.Attracted           B.Surprised    C.Delighted      D.Enjoyed  

50.A.inner          B.central     C.shopping       D.downtown  

51.A.distinction     B.fame        C.popularity     D.liking  

52.A.on           B.in turn     C.by turns        D.further  

53.A.By          B.During     C.In           D.Towards  

54.A.cheapness      B.readiness     C.convenience   D.handiness  

55.A.because of     B.and          C.with           D.provided  

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第二節 完型填空(共20小題;每小題l.5分。滿分30分)
閱讀下面短文,從短文后各題所給的四個選項(A、B、C、D)中,選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項。
I’ve always had strong opinions of how love should be expressed, but others had their own ways of showing care.
What I   36   most about visiting my boyfriend’s parents is the loud tick of the clock in the dining room as we   37   ate our meal. With so little conversation I was quick to   38  his family as cold. When we got into the   39   to go home, his father suddenly appeared. 40   , he began to wash his son’s windscreen. I could feel he is a caring man through the glass.
I learned another lesson about love a few years later. My father often  41   me early in the morning. “Buy Xerox. It’s a good sharp price,” he might say when I answered the phone. No pleasant  42  or inquiry about my life ,just financial instructions. This manner of his  43  me and we often quarreled. But one day, I thought about my father’s success in business and realized that his concern for my financial security lay behind his  44    morning calls. The next time he called and told me to buy a stock, I  45   him.
When my social style has conflicted with that of my friends, I’ve often felt   46  . For example, I always return phone calls   47   and regularly contact with my friends. I expect the same from them. I had one friend who rarely called, answering my messages with short e-mails. I rushed to the   48   : She wasn’t a good friend! My anger   49    as the holidays approached. But then she came to a gathering I   50  and handed me a beautiful dress I had fallen in love with when we did some window-shopping the previous month. I was   51    at her thoughtfulness, and regretful for how I’d considered her to be   52   . Clearly I needed to change my expectations of friends.
Far too often, I ignored their   53    expressions, eagerly expecting them to do things in my   54   .Over the years, however, I’ve learned to   55    other persons, love signs.
36. A. remember      B. enjoy           C. value          D. admire
37. A. excitedly       B. nervously       C. silently         D. instantly
38. A. regard         B. treat            C. take           D. think
39. A. bus           B. train            C. car             D. plane
40. A. Punctually     B. Carefully        C. Proudly         D. Coldly
41. A. visited        B. interrupted       C. warned          D. telephoned
42. A. greeting       B. meeting          C. apology         D. explanation
43. A. interested      B. angered          C. encouraged      D. surprised
44. A. long         B. short            C. warm           D. polite
45. A. praised       B. remembered       C. blamed         D. thanked
46. A. content       B. guilty            C. curious         D. disappointed
47. A. in order      B. in turn            C. without delay    D. without difficulty
48. A. feeling       B. suggestion        C. judgment        D. belief
49. A. disappeared   B. grew             C. helped          D. declined
50. A. opened       B. refused          C. hosted           D. invited
51. A. depressed    B. upset            C. fascinated         D. shocked
52. A. uncaring     B. dishonest         C. unhappy          D. uncooperative
53. A. unique       B. common         C. pleasant         D. familiar
54. A. opinion      B. way              C. mind           D. life
55. A. send         B. read             C. give            D. express

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第二節 完型填空(共20小題;每小題2分,滿分40分)  
閱讀下列短文,掌握其大意,然后從36~55各題的四個選項(A,B,C和D)中選出能填入相應空白處的最佳選項。并將答案寫在答題卡上。
Shopping habits in the United States have changed greatly in the last quarter of the 20th century.  36  in  the 1900s most American towns and cities had a Main Street. Main Street was always in the heart of a town. This street was 37  on both sides with many 38  businesses. Here, shoppers walked into stores to look at all sorts of merchandise: clothing, furniture, hardware, groceries. 39  ,some shops offered 40  .These shops included drugstores, restaurants, shoe-repair stores, and barber or hairdressing shops.  41  in  the 1950s, a change began to 42  .Too many automobiles had crowded into Main Street 43  too few parking places were 44 shoppers. Because the streets were crowded, merchants began to look with interest at the open spaces 45  the city limits. Open space is what their car-driving customers needed.   
And open space is what they got 46  the first shopping centre was built. Shopping centres, or rather malls, 47  as a collection of small new stores 48  crowded city centres. 49 by hundreds of free parking space, customers were drawn away from 50  areas to outlying malls. And the growing 51  of shopping centres led 52   to the building of bigger and better?stocked stores. 53  the late 1970s,many shopping malls had almost developed into small cities themselves. In addition to providing the 54   of one stop shopping, malls were transformed into landscaped parks, 55   benches, fountains, and outdoor entertainment.  
36.A.As early as     B. Early     C. Early as      D. Earlier  
37.A.built          B.designed      C.intented        D.lined  
38.A.varied       B.various       C.sorted  D.mixed up  
39.A.Apart from    B.However     C.In addition   D.As well  
40.A.medical care  B.food       C.cosmetics     D.services  
41.A.suddenly     B.Abruptly     C.Contrarily    D.But  
42.A.be taking place      B.take place   C.be taken place   D.have taken place  
43.A.while        B.yet              C.though   D.and then  
44.A.available for  B.available to  C.used by            D.ready for  
45.A.over          B.from       C.out of       D.outside  
46.A.when         B.while      C.since         D.then  
47.A.started       B.founded         C.set up    D.organized  
48.A.out of        B.away from   C.next to       D.near  
49.A.Attracted          B.Surprised    C.Delighted     D.Enjoyed  
50.A.inner         B.central     C.shopping      D.downtown  
51.A.distinction     B.fame       C.popularity    D.liking  
52.A.on          B.in turn     C.by turns       D.further  
53.A.By         B.During     C.In           D.Towards  
54.A.cheapness      B.readiness     C.convenience   D.handiness  
55.A.because of     B.and         C.with          D.provided  

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第二節  完型填空(共20小題;每小題l.5分。滿分30分)[來源:]

閱讀下面短文,從短文后各題所給的四個選項(A、B、C、D)中,選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項。

I’ve always had strong opinions of how love should be expressed, but others had their own ways of showing care.

What I   36   most about visiting my boyfriend’s parents is the loud tick of the clock in the dining room as we   37   ate our meal. With so little conversation I was quick to   38  his family as cold. When we got into the   39   to go home, his father suddenly appeared. 40   , he began to wash his son’s windscreen. I could feel he is a caring man through the glass.

I learned another lesson about love a few years later. My father often  41   me early in the morning. “Buy Xerox. It’s a good sharp price,” he might say when I answered the phone. No pleasant  42  or inquiry about my life ,just financial instructions. This manner of his  43  me and we often quarreled. But one day, I thought about my father’s success in business and realized that his concern for my financial security lay behind his  44    morning calls. The next time he called and told me to buy a stock, I  45   him.

When my social style has conflicted with that of my friends, I’ve often felt   46  . For example, I always return phone calls   47   and regularly contact with my friends. I expect the same from them. I had one friend who rarely called, answering my messages with short e-mails. I rushed to the   48   : She wasn’t a good friend! My anger   49    as the holidays approached. But then she came to a gathering I   50  and handed me a beautiful dress I had fallen in love with when we did some window-shopping the previous month. I was   51    at her thoughtfulness, and regretful for how I’d considered her to be   52   . Clearly I needed to change my expectations of friends.

Far too often, I ignored their   53    expressions, eagerly expecting them to do things in my   54   .Over the years, however, I’ve learned to   55    other persons, love signs.

36. A. remember      B. enjoy           C. value          D. admire

37. A. excitedly       B. nervously       C. silently         D. instantly

38. A. regard         B. treat            C. take           D. think

39. A. bus           B. train            C. car             D. plane

40. A. Punctually     B. Carefully        C. Proudly         D. Coldly

41. A. visited        B. interrupted       C. warned          D. telephoned

42. A. greeting       B. meeting          C. apology         D. explanation

43. A. interested      B. angered          C. encouraged      D. surprised

44. A. long          B. short            C. warm           D. polite

45. A. praised       B. remembered       C. blamed         D. thanked

46. A. content       B. guilty            C. curious         D. disappointed

47. A. in order      B. in turn            C. without delay    D. without difficulty

48. A. feeling       B. suggestion        C. judgment        D. belief

49. A. disappeared   B. grew             C. helped          D. declined

50. A. opened       B. refused          C. hosted           D. invited

51. A. depressed    B. upset            C. fascinated         D. shocked

52. A. uncaring     B. dishonest         C. unhappy          D. uncooperative

53. A. unique       B. common         C. pleasant          D. familiar

54. A. opinion      B. way              C. mind           D. life

55. A. send         B. read             C. give            D. express

 

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第二節  完型填空(共20小題;每小題l.5分。滿分30分)

閱讀下面短文,從短文后各題所給的四個選項(A、B、C、D)中,選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項。

I’ve always had strong opinions of how love should be expressed, but others had their own ways of showing care.

What I   36   most about visiting my boyfriend’s parents is the loud tick of the clock in the dining room as we   37   ate our meal. With so little conversation I was quick to   38  his family as cold. When we got into the   39   to go home, his father suddenly appeared. 40   , he began to wash his son’s windscreen. I could feel he is a caring man through the glass.

I learned another lesson about love a few years later. My father often  41   me early in the morning. “Buy Xerox. It’s a good sharp price,” he might say when I answered the phone. No pleasant  42  or inquiry about my life ,just financial instructions. This manner of his  43  me and we often quarreled. But one day, I thought about my father’s success in business and realized that his concern for my financial security lay behind his  44    morning calls. The next time he called and told me to buy a stock, I  45   him.

When my social style has conflicted with that of my friends, I’ve often felt   46  . For example, I always return phone calls   47   and regularly contact with my friends. I expect the same from them. I had one friend who rarely called, answering my messages with short e-mails. I rushed to the   48   : She wasn’t a good friend! My anger   49    as the holidays approached. But then she came to a gathering I   50  and handed me a beautiful dress I had fallen in love with when we did some window-shopping the previous month. I was   51    at her thoughtfulness, and regretful for how I’d considered her to be   52   . Clearly I needed to change my expectations of friends.

Far too often, I ignored their   53    expressions, eagerly expecting them to do things in my   54   .Over the years, however, I’ve learned to   55    other persons, love signs.

36. A. remember      B. enjoy           C. value          D. admire

37. A. excitedly       B. nervously       C. silently         D. instantly

38. A. regard         B. treat            C. take           D. think

39. A. bus           B. train            C. car             D. plane

40. A. Punctually     B. Carefully        C. Proudly         D. Coldly

41. A. visited        B. interrupted       C. warned          D. telephoned

42. A. greeting       B. meeting          C. apology         D. explanation

43. A. interested      B. angered          C. encouraged      D. surprised

44. A. long          B. short            C. warm           D. polite

45. A. praised       B. remembered       C. blamed         D. thanked

46. A. content       B. guilty            C. curious         D. disappointed

47. A. in order      B. in turn            C. without delay    D. without difficulty

48. A. feeling       B. suggestion        C. judgment        D. belief

49. A. disappeared   B. grew             C. helped          D. declined

50. A. opened       B. refused          C. hosted           D. invited

51. A. depressed    B. upset            C. fascinated         D. shocked

52. A. uncaring     B. dishonest         C. unhappy          D. uncooperative

53. A. unique       B. common         C. pleasant          D. familiar

54. A. opinion      B. way              C. mind           D. life

55. A. send         B. read             C. give            D. express

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