An old man lived in a nice house __1__ a large garden. He took care of his flowers all the time.
One day a young man went past the garden. He __2__ at the beautiful flowers, imaging how happy he could be if he lived in____3____ . Then, suddenly he found the old gardener was blind. He was very____4____about this and asked, “You can’t see these flowers. Why are you busy____5____care of them every day?” The old man smiled and said “I can tell you four reasons. __6__, I was a gardener when I was young, and I really like this job. Second, I can touch the flowers____7____seeing them. Third, I can smell the sweetness of them. The last one, that’s for you.”
“____8____? But you don’t know me,” said the young man.
“Yeah, it’s true that I don’t know you. __9__ I know that flowers are angels. We enjoy the happiness these flowers____10____us.”
The blind man’s work pleased our hearts and____11____our eyes, which also made his life ____12____. It was just like Beethoven, who became deaf in his later____13____and wrote many great musical works. Beethoven __14__ couldn’t hear his wonderful music, ____15____his music has encouraged millions of people to face their difficulties bravely. Isn’t it one kind of happiness?
( )1. A. in
( )2. A. looked
D. to look
( )3. A. such a beautiful place
B. so a beautiful place
C. such beautiful place
D. so beautiful place
( )4. A. surprise
( )5. A. take
C. to take
( )6. A. Firstly
B. The first
D. In the first
( )7. A. on
( )8. A. Me
( )9. A. And
( )10. A. brings
B. has brought
C. have brought
D. had brought
( )11. A. open
C. was opened
( )12. A. happily
C. more happily
D. most happily
( )13. A. life
( )14. A. he
( )15. A. and
A man stopped his car at the door of a flower shop. He planned to order some flowers and post them his__1__who lived two hundred miles away. As he got out of his car, he __2__ a young girl sitting on the road crying. He __3__ her what she was wrong and she replied, “I want to buy a red rose for my mother, but I don’t have enough money”
The man said, “__4__ with me. I’ll buy you a rose.” He bought the little girl her rose and __5__his own mother’s flowers. As they were__6__, the man asked the girl of she would like a ride home. She said, “Yes, please! You can __7__ me to my mother.” The man drove along the road and __8__ came to a cemetery(墓地), where the girl put the rose on a grave(坟墓).To send a rose to her mother who__9__ a month ago, the girl had gone on a long journey.
Then the man went back to the flower shop and drove to his mother’s__10__ with flowers. He wanted to give the flowers to his mother in person.
Life is short. Spend as much time as you can loving and caring for people who you love you.
( ) 1. A. wife
( ) 2. A. felt
( ) 3. A. reminded
( ) 4. A. Come in
B. Go out
C. Set off
D. take off
( ) 5. A. made
( ) 6. A. pushing
( ) 7. A. put
( ) 8. A. actually
( ) 9. A. died
( ) 10. A. house
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Zhan Tianyou(1861-1919) , his native was in Anhui. Qianlong 25 years, his grandfather went to Guangzhou Nanhai with the family members for the tea business. Jiaqing 21 years, Grandfather moved outside Twelve West, Guangzhou, and Tianyou was born there.
When he was 12, he was good at making model machines, and he got the first successful in U.S.-selected government study, and entered the United States Yale University Civil Engineering Department. Guangxu seven years after the return, he was sent to Ship Councils Fuzhou Navy School to learn ships driving. After the education he was so talented that he taught in Fuzhou Ship Councils.
In autumn, he was invited by Zhang Zhidong to teach in Guangdong Whampoa. He joined the design and construction of Battery（炮台） mapping coastal charts. After many years he became a Tianjin-China Railway Corporation Engineer, and engaged(负责) in Tianjin Lo, Jinzhou, such as railway construction. Then, he became the Chief Engineer of Jing Zhang of China Railway.
In May ,1912, Dr. Sun Yat-sen visited Yue - Han Railroad. 1913, Tianyou was elected the first president. Granted by the government in 1914 and was promoted to second class Jiahe Zhang Han Guangdong and Sichuan for rail officer. He also wrote many books, "Railway terminology table", "Wa Ying workers learn new vocabulary," and has edited the "Jing Zhang railway standards," and "Jing Zhang Railway Discipline slightly."
24th April 1919 he died in Hankou, the tomb was built in the Tsing Lung Bridge station of Juyongguan. He is the Father of Railways.
( )1. What do you learn about Zhan Tianyou from the passage?
A. He liked tea bussiness very much B. He was good at Civil Engineering
C. He was born in Anhui D. He didn’t learn ships driving
( )2. How many years does Tianyou live?
A. 68 B. 38 C. 48 D. 58
( )3. What is the best title of the passage?
A. The life of Zhan Tianyou B. Jing Zhang of China Railway
C. Tea business D. A writer
( )4. We can infer from the story that Sun Yat-sen ________
A. didn’t know Tianyou B. was pleased with the railroad
C. was interested in the books D. sent Tianyou to study abroad
( )5. Which book wasn’t written by Zhan Tianyou ?
A. Railway terminology table B. Wa Ying workers learn new vocabulary
C. Tianjin-China Railway Corporation D. Jing Zhang railway standards
Lu Xun is one of the greatest Chinese writers of the 20th century. Besides his famous stories, he also wrote many influential articles about the living conditions of Chinese people.
Born in 1881 to a wealthy family, Lu Xun had a happy childhood. In 1893, however, his grandfather, a senior government official, was put into prison for taking money. At the same time, his father became seriously ill. From that time on, his family were no longer accepted by their relatives and friends. These early experiences greatly influenced his writing.
By the time Lu Xun arrived in Nanjing to study at university in 1899, he already believed that Chinese society had to change and become modern. In 1902 he went to study in Japan. There, he began writing articles for several Chinese student magazines. He showed a gift for writing and translating and even wrote several books, although none was popular. He returned to China in 1909 because he was in need of money.
After working for several years as a teacher in Beijing, Lu Xun again returned to writing. In 1918, he wrote his famous short story Diary of a Madman. It was the first Chinese novel published using the everyday language that people spoke, which helped make it a great success. This, together with his novel The True Story of Ah Q (1921), made Lu Xun a leading Chinese writer.
Although successful, Lu Xun still worried greatly about China’s future. In 1926, he moved to Shanghai and gave up writing stories in order to devote（贡献） himself to what he called “pen warfare”. He now only wrote articles which called on the people to fight against the government. For this, the government stopped him from publishing any more books. He was forced to write his articles using false names.
Since his death in 1936, Lu Xun’s importance and influence have grown. Today, many of his writing are included in school textbooks and his works are read by millions around the world.
( )1. Which of the following greatly influenced Lu Xun’s writing according to the passage?
A. The people he met in Japan. B. The experience in his early life.
C. Working as a teacher in Beijing. D. His father’s being put into prison.
( )2. According to the passage, why was Lu Xun’s story Diary of a Madman so popular?
A. It was based on Lu Xun’s diary.
B. It was the first novel to use everyday language.
C. Its story took place in modern times.
D. It was written using a western style.
( )3. The underlined word “This” (Paragraph 4) refers to ______.
A. the success of Diary of a Madman B. the use of everyday language.
C. the first Chinese novel D. The True Story of Ah Q.
( )4. After moving to Shanghai, Lu Xun mainly wrote ____.
A. funny stories B. articles about himself
C. articles against the government D. stories about government officials.
( )5. In what order did these events take place in Lu Xun’s life?
a. The government stopped him from publishing books.
b. He wrote Diary of a Madman.
c. His father became ill.
d. He moved to Shanghai.
e. His writings were put into textbooks.
A. c-a-b-d-e B. c-b-d-a-e C. a-c-d-b-e D. a-d-b-c-e
Everyone needs friends. We all like to feel close to someone. It is nice to have a friend to talk, laugh and do things with. We will feel lonely if we never have a friend. 1________. We don’t always want people around.
Friends sometimes don’t get on well. 2_______. Most of the time they will make up and become friends again. When friends move away, we feel very sad. 3_______. Then we call them or write to them. We can even see them again someday. Of course, we can also make new friends. It’s surprising to find out how much we like new people when we get to know them.
4._________.They live longer than people who don’t. Why? It could be that because they are happier. 5_______. Or it could be just knowing that someone cares. If someone cares about you, you’ll take better care of yourself.
A. There’s more good news for people who have friends..
B. We miss them very much.
C. Being happy helps you stay healthy
D. It doesn’t mean they don’t like each other.
E. However, sometimes we need to be alone.
1._______ 2 ._______ 3. _______.4. ______ 5. _______
（A篇）语法选择：CAABB CDABC DBADC
（B篇）答案：1-5 BCBAB 6-10 CCBAA