1.–Thank you for your help.
A.It doesn’t matter
D.I don’t think so
2.-How can I get to the cinema?
A.It’s very far.
B.Yes, there is a cinema near here.
C.It’s well known.
D.Go down this street and turn left.
3.- Please help yourself to the seafood.
A.No, I can’t.
B.Sorry, I can’t help.
C.Well, seafood don’t suit.
D.Well, I’m afraid I don’t like seafood.
4.- How was your trip to London, Jane?
A.Oh, wonderful indeed.
B.I went there alone.
C.The guide showed me the way.
D.By plane and by bus.
5.- Hey, Tom, what’s up?
B.Oh, not much.
C.What is happening in your life?
D.You are lucky.
Everyone knows what a needle is. Of course there are needles for sewing machines, needles for
injection, you nameit. But few people think of the wonder a needle works in the hands of those who practice acupuncture.
During the past ten years of so, I have been suffering from a terrible headache. It seems to be getting from bad to worsethese days. Last night I got a sudden pain in my head. It was so terrible that I could hardly bear it. Although I swallowed all kinds of pain-killers, I didn’t feel any better. It seemed that there was nothing I could do but phone for a doctor.
One of our neighbors happened to be with us. He was not a doctor, but he timidly offered his help, saying “Do you mind if I tried acupuncture on you? These needles may possibly do you some good.”I agreed. In a moment, he had taken out a few needles from his purse. Without a moment’s delay, he fixed a few needles into the skin on my head here and there. Before long, I felt thoroughly relieved.
Just then, the doctor sped through my house and said,”Where is our patient?”
“Sorry, Doctor, You are too late. It’s killed!” I answered in delight.
It’s a miracle, isn’t it?
6.The word ”name” in the first paragraph means to give a name to the needles.
7.The underlined phrase “from bad to worse”in the second paragraph refers to the state of the man’s health.
8.According to the passage，soon after the acupuncture, the man was completely recovered.
9.”You are too late. It’s killed.” means that the pain was killed because the doctor came late.
10.The passage tells us that the effect of acupuncture on the patient was unbelievable.
Mr. Tom Forester lived by himself a long way from town. He hardly ever left his home, but one day he went into town to buy some things in the market. After he had bought them, he went into a restaurant and sat down at a table by himself. When he looked around, he saw several old people put 远程教育、网络教育大学英语B、计算机应用基础，整套题库，整理归类完毕，全中文翻译，视频教程讲解，索取请加 Q Q： 153499368
glasses on before reading their newspapers, so after lunch he decided to go to a shop to buy himself some glasses too. He walked along the road, and soon found a shop.
The man in the shop made him try on a lot of glasses, but Tom always said, “No, I can’t read with these.”
The man became more and more puzzled（迷惑不解）, until finally he said, “Excuse me, but can you read at all?”
“No, of course I can’t!” Tom said angrily. “If I was already able to read, do you think I would have come here to buy glasses?”
11.Mr Forester lived ______.
A.with his family in a city
B.with his family in the countryside
C.alone in a city
D.alone in the countryside
12.Tom ______ went into town.
13.The old people in the restaurant read their newspapers ______.
A.with glasses on
B.with glasses off
C.with glasses of beer in front of them
D.with glass pipes in their mouths
14.The shop Tom went into sold ______.
A.drinking glasses and cups
B.glass for windows and doors
C.glasses for people who could not read
D.glasses for people who could not see well
15.What kind of mistake did Tom make?
A.He went to the wrong kind of shop.
B.He didn’t try on all the glasses in the shop.
C.He thought that a person who had not learned to read would be able to do so if he wore glasses.
D.He left his money in the restaurant.
16.He is seriously ill; there is ______hope for him.
17.Many people watched the boys ______the mountain at that time.
18.We’ve missed the last bus. I’m afraid we have no ________ but to take a taxi.
19.He asked the waiter ________ the bill.
20.Australia is one of the few countries ____ people drive on the left of the road.
A person who believes that he is incapable will not make a real effort, because he feels that it would be useless. He won’t go at a job with the confidence necessary for success. He is therefore __21__ to fail, and the failure will strengthen his belief in his incompetence.
Alfred Adler, a famous doctor, had an experience __22__ illustrates this. When he was a small boy,he was poor at arithmetic. His teacher got the idea that he had no ability in arithmetic, and told his parents what she thought that they would not expect too much of him. __23__ this way, they too developed the idea, “Isn’t it too bad that Alfred can’t do arithmetic?” He accepted their mistaken estimate of his ability, felt that it was useless to try, and was very poor at arithmetic, just as they expected.
One day Adler succeeded in solving a problem which __24__ of the other students had been able to solve. This gave him confidence. He rejected the idea that he couldn’t do arithmetic and was determined to show them that he could. His new __25__ confidence stimulated him to go at arithmetic problems with a new spirit. He now worked with interest, determination, and purpose, and he soon became extraordinarily good at arithmetic.
26.He has the habit of making notes while reading.
27.We used to live near a big park.
28.Open the window and let the fresh air in.
29.It’s very important to maintain your current weight through exercise and healthy eating.
30.The doctor had no choice but reach out to their colleagues across the nation.
31.People all over the world are trying to help the people in the quake-stricken areas.
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