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嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用1人物传记类第一部分五年高考题荟萃Passage109浙江E篇FourpeopleinEnglandbackin1953,staredatPhoto51,ItwasntmuchapictureshowingablackX.ButthreeofthesepeoplewontheNobelPrizeforfiguringoutwhatthephotoreallyshowed–theshapeofDNAThediscoverybroughtfameandfortunetoscientistsJamesWatson,FrancisCrick,andMauriceWilkins.Thefourth,theonewhoactuallymadethepicture,wasleftout.HernamewasRosalindFranklin.Sheshouldhavebeenupthere,sayshistorianMaryBowden.Ifherphotoshadntbeenthere,theotherscouldnthavecomeupwiththestructure.OnereasonFranklinwasmissingwasthatshehaddiedofcancerfouryearsbeforetheNobeldecision.ButnowscholarsdoubtthatFranklinwasnotonlyrobbedofherlifebydiseasebutrobbedofcreditbyhercompetitorsAtCambridgeUniversityinthe1950s,WatsonandClicktriedtomakemodelsbycuttingupshapesofDNAspartsandthenputtingthemtogether.Inthemeantime,atKingsCollegeinLondon,FranklinandWilkinsshoneXraysatthemolecule分子.Theraysproducedpatternsreflectiontheshape.ButWilkinsandFranklinsrelationshipwasalotrockierthanthecelebratedteamworkofWatsonandCrick,WilkinsthoughtFranklinwashiredtobehisassistant.ButthecollegeactuallyemployedhertotakeovertheDNAproject.WhatshedidwasproduceXraypicturesthattoldWatsonandCrickthatoneoftheirearlymodelswasinsideout.Andshewasnotshyaboutsayingso.ThatangeredWatson,whoattackedherinreturn,Mereinspectionsuggestedthatshewouldnoteasilybend.Clearlyshehadtotogoorbeputinherplace.AsFranklinscompetitors,Wilkins,WatsonandCrickhadmuchtogainbycuttingheroutofthelittlegroupofresearchers,sayshistorianPninaAbirAm.In1962attheNobelPrizeawardingceremony,Wilkinsthanked13colleaguesbynamebeforehementionedFranklin,Watsonwrotehisbooklaughingather.Crickwrotein1974thatFranklinwasonlytwostepsawayfromthesolution.No,Franklinwasthesolution.ShecontributedmorethananyotherplayertosolvingthestructureofDNA.Shemustbeconsideredacodiscoverer,AbirAmsays.ThiswasbackedupbyAaronKlug,whoworkedwithFranklinandlaterwonaNobelPrizehimself.OncedescribedastheDarkLadyofDNA,Franklinisfinallycomingintothelight.57.WhatisthetextmainlyaboutA.ThedisagreementsamongDNAresearchers.B.TheunfairtreatmentofFranklin.C.TheprocessofdiscoveringDNA.D.Theracebetweentwoteamsofscientists.58.WatsonwasangrywithFranklinbecauseshe.嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用2A.tooktheleadinthecompetitionB.keptherresultsfromhimC.provedsomeofhisfindingswrongD.sharedherdatawithotherscientists59.WhyisFranklindescribedasDarkLadyofDNAA.Shedevelopedpicturesindarklabs.B.ShediscoveredtheblackXtheshapeofDNA.C.Hernamewasforgottenafterherdeath.D.Hercontributionwasunknowntothepublic.60.WhatisthewritersattitudetowardWilkins,WatsonandCrickA.Disapproving.B.Respectful.C.Admiring.D.Doubtful.答案57.B58.C59.D60.APassage209重庆B篇HowtoBeaWinnerSirStevenRedgraveWinnerof5OlympicGoldMedalsIn1997Iwasfoundtohavedevelopeddiabetes糖尿病.Believingmycareer(职业生涯)wasover,Ifeltextremelylow.ThenoneofthespecialistssaidtherewastonoreasonwhyIshouldstoptrainingandcompeting.ThatwasittheencouragementIneeded.IcouldstillbeawinnerifIbelievedinmyself.Iamnotsayingthatitisntdifficultsometimes.ButIwantedtoprovetomyselfthatIwasntfinishedyet.Nothingistostandinmyway.KarenPickeringSwimmingWorldChampionIswim4hoursaday,6daysaweek.Imanagethatsortofworkloadbyputtingitontopofmydiary.Thisisthekeytosuccessyoucantfollowacareerinanyfieldwithoutbeingwellorganized.Listwhatyoubelieveyoucanachieve.Trustyourself,writedownyourgoalsfortheday,howeversmalltheyare,andyoullbeastepclosertoachievingthem.KirstenBestPoetWriterWhenthingsaregettinghard,avoiceinsidemyheadtellsmethatIcantachievesomething.Then,thereareotherdistractions,suchasfamilyorhobbies.Thekeyistoconcentrate.WhenIfeeltense,ithelpsalottorepeatwordssuchascalm,peaceorfocus,eitheroutloudorsilentlyinmymind.Itmakesmefeelmoreincontrolandincreasesmyconfidence.Thisisahabitthatcanbecomesecondnaturequiteeasilyandisapowerfulpsychological(心理的)tool60.WhatdoesSirStevenRedgravemainlytalkaboutA.Difficultiesinfluencedhiscareer.B.Specialistsofferedhimmedicaladvice.C.Traininghelpedhimdefeathisdisease.D.Heovercametheshadowofillnesstowin.61.WhatdoesKarenPickeringputontopofherdiaryA.Hertrainingschedule.B.Herdailyhappenings.C.Herachievements.嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用3D.Hersportscareer.62.WhatdoestheunderlinedworddistractionsprobablyrefertoA.Waysthathelponetofocus.B.Wordsthathelponetofeellesstense.C.Activitiesthatturnonesattentionaway.D.Habitsthatmakeithardforonetorelax.63.Accordingtothepassage,whatdothethreepeoplehaveincommonA.Courage.B.Devotion.C.Hardwork.D.Selfconfidence.答案60.D61.A62.C63.DPassage309宁夏、海南B篇ComputerprogrammerDavidJonesearns35.000ayeardesigningnewcomputergames.yethecannotfindabankreadytolethimhaveacreditcard(信用卡)Insteadhehasbeentoldtowaitanothertwoyearsuntilheis18.The16yearoldworksforasmallfirminLiverpoolwheretheproblemofmostyoungpeopleofhisageisfindingajobDavidsfirmreleases(推出)twonewgamesforthefastgrowingcomputermarketeachmonthButDavidsbiggestheadacheiswhattodowithhismoney.Eventhoughheearnsalothecannotdriveacartakeoutamortgage(抵押贷款),orgetcreditcardsDavidgothisjobwiththeLiverpoolbasedcompanyfourmonthsago,ayearafterleavingschoolwithsixOlevelsandworkingforatimeinacomputershop.IgotthejobbecausethepeoplewhorunthefirmknewIhadalreadywrittensomeprogramshesaidDavidspendssomeofhismoneyonrecordsandclothesandgiveshismother50poundsaweekButmostofhissparetimeisspentworking.Unfortunately,computingwasnotpartofourstudiesatschoolhesaidButIhadbeenstudyingitinbooksandmagazinesforfouryearsinmysparetimeIknewwhatIwantedtodoandneverconsideredstayingonatschoolMostpeopleinthisbusinessarefairlyyoung,anywayDavidaddedIwouldliketoearnamillionandIsupposeearlyretirement(退休)isapossibilityYouneverknowwhenthemarketmightdisappear.60.InwhatwayisDaviddifferentfrompeopleofhisageA.HeoftengoesoutwithfriendsB.HeliveswithhismotherC.HehasahandsomeincomeD.HegraduatedwithsixOlevels61.WhatisoneoftheproblemsthatDavidisfacingnowA.HeistooyoungtogetacreditcardB.HehasnotimetolearndrivingC.HehasverylittlesparetimeD.Hewillsoonlosehisjob62.WhywasDavidabletogetthejobinthecompanyA.HehaddonewellinallhisexamsB.Hehadwrittensomecomputerprograms嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用4C.HewasgoodatplayingcomputergamesD.Hehadlearnttousecomputersatschool63.WhydidDaviddecidetoleaveschoolandstartworkingA.HereceivedlotsofjoboffersB.HewaseagertohelphismotherC.HelostinterestinschoolstudiesD.Hewantedtoearnhisownliving答案60.C61.A62.B63.CPassage409陕西B篇Whenpeoplehearapresidentspeak,theyseldomthinkaboutothershelpingtoshapethepresentation(报告).Today,however,presidentsdependonwriterssuchasJ.TerryEdmondstohelpthemcommunicate(交流)effectively.EdmondsisthefirstAfricanAmericanevertoworkasafulltimespeechwriterforaU.S.presidentheissothefirstAfricanAmericantoserveasdirectorofspeechwritingforWhiteHouse.HisisanallAmericanstoryofsuccess.EdmondsgrewupinBaltimore,Marylandhisfatherdroveatruck,andhismotherworkedasawaitress.A.greatreader,EdmondsshowedagiftforwritingathishighSchool,BaltimoreCityCollegeAftergraduatingin1967EdmondswentontoMorganStateUniversityEdmondsbeganhiscareerinbusiness,withjobsinpublicrelationsandcommunications.Hejoinedtheworldofpoliticsasnewssecretaryforhiscongressman(国会议员)fromBaltimoreDuringBillClintonspresidency,hewrotespeechesforHealthandHumanServicesSecretaryDonnaShalalaandworkedinanumberofjobintheWhiteHouseandingovernmentaldepartmentsPresidentClintonthenappointed(任命)himtotheofficeofdirectoryofspeechwritingFollowingthe2000electionsEdmondsreturnedtoMorganStateUniversityastheschoolsspecialassistanttothepresidentfor2001200245.WhichofthefollowingstatementsisTRUEaccordingtothetextA.EdmondsprovedhimselftobegoodatwritingathighschoolB.EdmondsgraduatedfromMorganStateUniversityin1967.C.Edmondswasthefirstfulltimespeechwriter.D.EdmondsservedtheWhiteHouseafter2000.46.Edmondsenteredtheworldofpoliticsfirstas.A.newssecretaryforaCongressmanB.aspeechwriterforPresidentClintonC.newssecretaryintheWhiteHouseD.aspeechwriterforSecretaryDonnaShalala47.Thetextismostlikelytobefoundinabookabout.A.popularscienceB.historicaleventsC.successfulpeopleD,Politicalsystems答案45.A46.A47.CPassage508广东C篇嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用5Napoleon,asacharacterinTolstoysWarandPeace,ismorethanoncedescribedashavingfatlittlehands.Nordoeshesitwellorfirmlyonthehorse.Heissaidtobeundersized,withshortlegsandaroundstomach.TheissuehereisnottheaccuracyofTolstoysdescriptionitseemsnotthatfarofffromhistoricalaccountsbuthischoiceoffactsotherthingsthatcouldbesaidofthemanarenotsaid.WearemeanttounderstandthedifferenceofawarringcommanderinthebodyofafatlittleFrenchman.TolstoysNapoleoncouldbeanymanwanderinginthestreetsandputtingalittleofpowderedtobaccouphisnoseandthatisthepoint.Itisawaythenovelistusestoshowthemoralnatureofacharacter.Anditturnsoutthat,asTolstoyhasit,Napoleonisacrazyman.InasceneinBookThreeofWarandPeace,thewarshavingreachedthecriticalyearof1812,NapoleonreceivesarepresentativefromtheTsar沙皇,whohascomewithpeaceterms.NapoleonisveryangrydoesnthehavemorearmyHe,nottheTsar,istheonetomaketheterms.HewilldestroyallofEuropeifhisarmyisstopped,Thatiswhatyouwillhavegainedbyengagingmeinthewarheshouts.Andthen,Tolstoywrites,Napoleonwalkedsilentlyseveraltimesupanddowntheroom,hisfatshouldersmovingquickly.Stilllater,afterreviewinghisarmyamidcheeringcrowds,NapoleoninvitestheshakenRussiantodinner.HeraisedhishandtotheRussians...face,Tolstoywrites,andtakinghimbytheearpulleditgently....TohaveonesearpulledbytheEmperorwasconsideredthegreatesthonorandmarkoffavorattheFrenchcourt.Well,well,whydontyousayanythingsaidhe,asifitwasridiculousinhispresencetorespectanyonebuthimself,Napoleon.Tolstoydidhisresearch,butthecompositionishisown.51.TolstoysdescriptionofNapoleoninWarandPeaceis.A.farfromthehistoricalfactsB.basedontheRussianhistoryC.basedonhisselectionoffactsD.notrelatedtohistoricaldetails52.NapoleonwasangrywhenreceivingtheRussianrepresentativebecause.A.hethoughtheshouldbetheonetomakethepeacetermsB.theTsarspeacetermswerehardtoacceptC.theRussiansstoppedhismilitarymovementD.hedidnthaveanymorearmytofightwith53.WhatdidNapoleonexpecttheRussianrepresentativetodoA.Towalkoutoftheroominanger.B.Toshowagreementwithhim.C.TosaysomethingabouttheTsar.D.Toexpresshisadmiration.54.TolstoyintendedtopresentNapoleonasamanwhois.A.illmanneredindealingwithforeignguestsB.fondofshowingoffhisironwillC.determinedindestroyingallofEuropeD.crazyforpowerandrespect55.WhatdoesthelastsentenceofthepassageimplyA.Awriterdoesnthavetobefaithfultohisfindings.B.Awritermaywriteaboutaheroinhisownway.嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用6C.Awritermaynotberesponsibleforwhathewrites.D.Awriterhashardlyanyfreedomtoshowhisfeelings.答案51.B52.C53.B54.A55.BPassage608山东C篇Itwasthesummerof1965.DeLuca,then17,visitedPeterBuck,afamilyfriend.BuckaskedDeLucaabouthisplansforthefuture.Imgoingtocollege,butIneedawaytopayforit,DeLucarecallssaying.Bucksaid,Youshouldopenasandwichshop.Thatafternoon,theyagreedtobepartners.Andtheysetagoaltoopen32storesintenyears.Afterdoingsomeresearch,Buckwroteacheckfor1,000.DeLucarentedastorefront店面inConnecticut,andwhentheycouldntcovertheirstartupcosts,Buckkickedinanother1,000.Butbusinessdidntgosmoothlyastheyexpected.DeLucasays,Aftersixmonths,weweredoingpoorly,butwedidntknowhowbadly,becausewedidnthaveanyfinancialcontrols.AllheandBuckknewwasthattheirsaleswerelowerthantheircosts.DeLucawasmanagingthestoreandgoingtotheUniversityofBridgeportatthesametime.BuckwasworkingathisdayjobasanuclearphysicistinNewYork.TheydmeetMondayeveningsandbrainstormideasforkeepingthebusinessrunning.Weconvincedourselvestoopenasecondstore.Wefiguredwecouldtellthepublic,Wearesosuccessful,weareopeningasecondstore.Andtheydid-inthespringof1966.Still,itwasalotoflearningbytrialanderror.Butthepartnerslearnasyougoapproachturnedouttobetheirgreateststrength.EveryFriday,DeLucawoulddrivearoundandhanddeliverthecheckstopaytheirsuppliers.Itprobablytookmetwoandahalfhoursanditwasntnecessary,butasaresult,thesuppliersgottoknowmeverywell,andthepersonalrelationshipsestablishedreallyhelpedout,DeLucasays.Andhavingagoalwasalsoimportant.Therearesomanyproblemsthatcangetyoudown.Youjusthavetokeepworkingtowardyourgoal,DeLucaadds.DeLucaendedupfoundingSubwaySandwich,themultimilliondollarrestaurantchain.67.DeLucaopenedthefirstsandwichshopinorderto.A.supporthisfamilyB.payforhiscollegeeducationC.helphispartnerexpandbusinessD.dosomeresearch68.WhichofthefollowingistrueofBuckA.Heputmoneyintothesandwichbusiness.B.Hewasaprofessorofbusinessadministration.C.HewasstudyingattheUniversityofBridgeport.D.HerentedastorefrontforDeLuca.69.WhatcanwelearnabouttheirfirstshopA.Itstoodatanunfavorableplace.B.Itloweredthepricestopromotesales.C.Itmadenoprofitsduetopoormanagement.D.Itlackedcontroloverthequalityofsandwiches.70.Theydecidedtoopenasecondstorebecausethey.A.hadenoughmoneytodoit嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用7B.hadsucceededintheirbusinessC.wishedtomeettheincreasingdemandofcustomersD.wantedtomakebelievethattheyweresuccessful71.WhatcontributesmosttotheirsuccessaccordingtotheauthorA.Learningbytrialanderror.B.Makingfriendswithsuppliers.C.Findingagoodpartner.D.Openingchainstores.答案67.B68.A69.C70.D71.APassage708山东D篇MelissaPoewas9yearsoldwhenshebeganacampaignforacleanerenvironmentbywritingalettertothethenPresidentBush.Throughherownefforts,herletterwasreproducedonover250donatedbillboards广告牌acrossthecountry.TheresponsetoherrequestforhelpwassohugethatPoeestablishedKidsForACleanerEnvironmentKidsF.A.C.E.in1989.Therearenow300,000membersofKidsF.A.C.E.worldwideanditistheworldslargestyouthenvironmentalorganization.PoehasalsoaskedtheNationalParkServicetocarryoutaChildrensForestprojectineverynationalpark.In1992,shewasinvitedasoneofonlysixchildrenintheworldtospeakattheEarthSummitinBrazilaspartoftheVoicesoftheFutureProgram.In1993,shewasgivenaCaringAwardforhereffortsbytheCaringInstitute.Sincetheorganizationstarted,KidsF.A.C.E.membershavedistributedandplantedover1milliontreesOngoingtreeplantingprojectsincludeKidsYards-thecreationofbackyardwildlifehabitats栖息地-andnowKidsF.A.C.E.isinvolvedintheexcitingEarthOdyssey,whichisagreatwaytostarthelping.Startingtheclubturnedouttobeawaytohelppeoplegetinvolvedwiththeenvironment.Clubmembersstarteddoingthingslikerecycling,pickinguplitterandplantingtreesaswellasinvitingotherkidstojointheirclub.WetrytotellkidsthatitsnotOKtobelazy,sheexplains.Youneedtostartbeingaresponsible,environmentallyfriendlypersonnow,rightaway,beforeyoubecomearesourcesuckingadult.72.KidsF.A.C.E.is.A.aprogramtohelpstudentswithwritingB.aprojectoflitterrecyclingC.acampaignlaunchedbyPresidentBushD.aclubofenvironmentalprotection73.WhatcanwelearnaboutPoeA.ShewasawardedaprizeinBrazil.B.Shedonatedbillboardsacrossthecountry.C.Shegotpositiveresponsesforherefforts.D.ShejoinedtheNationalParkService.74.KidsYardsis.A.establishedinanationalparkB.startedtoprotectwildlifeC.awildliferaisingprojectD.anentertainmentparkforkids75.Whichofthefollowingcanbeinferredfromthetext嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用8A.Adultsareresourcesuckingpeople.B.Poesoughthelpfromayouthorganization.C.KidsF.A.C.E.membersarefromtheU.S.D.Kidsareurgedtosavenaturalresources.答案72.D73.C74.B75.DPassage808江西C篇Toppingtheclassacademicallywascertainlyanadvantage.StudyingwasabreezeforNigel.Therewardwascertainlyincomparabletothelittleeffortthathehadtoputit.Itbeganwhenhewasselectedtohelptheteachersinthecomputerlaboratories.Thepeakofhisschoolcareercamenotwhenhetoppedtheschoolbutwhenhewasselectedforthenationwidecompetition.Unlikeeveryoneelse,NigelwantedtojointhecontestbecausehelikedplayingwiththeLegosetsandmakingsomethingoutofthem.Nigelspentthenexttwomonthsrebuildingtherobot.ItwasduringthetimethatNigelfoundoutabouttheprizesforthecompetitionaswellasanothercompetitor,Alicia,fromaneighboringschool.Hisearlyintentionswereforgotten.Gettingthethousanddollarprizewasmoreimportantthananythingelse.NigeldecidedtobefriendAlicia.Unawareofhisintentions,shetoldhimallabouttherobotthatshehadbeenbuildingforthecompetition.Heevenhelpedhertoputthefinishingtouchestoherrobot.Hewasgladwiththewaythingshadprogressed.HisrobotlookedevenbetterthanAliciasanditwasabletobounceaballwithitsarm,somethingAliciahadfailedtodo.Onthedayofthecompetition,hesawAlicia.Everythingdawnedonhertheminuteshesawhimamongthecompetitors.Shestaredathim,puzzledatfirst,thenangryandfinallyalookofhelplessnesscameoverher.TheflashbulbsofthecameraexplodedinNigelsface.Therobothadperformedactionssouniqueanddifferentthatthespecialistsjudgmentswerethesame.Nigelwassopleasedwithhimselfthathedidnotevennoticethegirlstandingafewfeetawayfromhim.Withouther,hewouldneverhavewonthecompetition.64.WhatrewarddidNigelreceivefordoingwellinhisschoolworkA.Hewasofferedaparttimejob.B.Hewashonoredwithascholarship.C.Hehelpedhisteachersconstructarobot.D.Hehelpedinthecomputerlaboratories.65.Nigelsoriginalintentionofjoiningthecontestwasto___.A.bethetopstudentoftheschoolB.beinggreathonortohisschoolC.constructarobotwiththeLegosetsD.winsthethousanddollarprize66.WhydidNigelhelpAliciafinishherrobotA.Hetriedtomakefriendswithher.B.Hewasfondofbuildingrobots.C.Heintendedtohelpher.D.Hedidntwanthertosuspecthim.67.WhatistheauthorsattitudetowardsNigelsactionsA.Heismildlycritical.B.Heisstronglycritical.C.Heisinfavorofthem.D.Hisattitudeisnotclear.答案64.D65.C66.D67.A嘉兴英语教学网www.jxenglish.com收集整理欢迎使用9Passage908天津A篇SandraCisneroswasborninChicagoin1954toaMexicanAmericanfamily.Astheonlygirlinafamilyofsevenchildren,sheoftenfeltlikeshehadsevenfathers,becausehersixbrothers,aswellasherfather,triedtocontrolher.Feelingshyandunimportant,sheretreated躲避intobooks.Despiteherloveofreading,shedidnotdowellinelementaryschoolbecauseshewastooshytoparticipate.Inhighschool,withtheencouragementofoneparticularteacher,Cisnerosimprovedhergradesandworkedfortheschoolliterarymagazine.Herfatherencouragedhertogotocollegebecausehethoughtitwouldbeagoodwayforhertofindahusband.Cisnerosdidattendcollege,butinsteadofsearchingforahusband,shefoundateacherwhohelpedherjointhefamousgraduatewritingprogramattheUniversityofIowa.AttheuniversitysWritersWorkshop,however,shefeltlonelyaMexicanAmericanfromapoorneighborhoodamongstudentsfromwealthyfamilies.ThefeelingofbeingsodifferenthelpedCisnerosfindhercreativevoice.ItwasnotuntilthismomentwhenIconsideredmyselftrulydifferentthatmywritingacquiredavoice.IknewIwasaMexicanwoman,butIdidntthinkithadanythingtodowithwhyIfeltsomuchimbalanceinmylife,butithadeverythingtodowithitThatswhenIdecidedIwouldwriteaboutsomethingmyclassmatescouldntwriteabout.Cisnerospublishedherfirstwork,TheHouseonMangoStreet,whenshewastwentynine.ThebooktellsaboutayoungMexicanAmericangirlgrowingupinaSpanishspeakingareainChicago,muchliketheneighborhoodsinwhichCisneroslivedasachild.Thebookwonanawardin1985andhasbeenusedinclassesfromhighschoolthroughgraduateschoollevel.Sincethen,Cisneroshaspublishedseveralbooksofpoetry,achildrensbook,andashortstorycollection.36.WhichofthefollowingisTRUEaboutCisnerosinherchildhoodA.Shehadsevenbrothers.B.Shefeltherselfanobody.C.Shewastooshytogotoschool.D.Shedidnothaveanygoodteachers.37.ThegraduateprogramgaveCisnerosachanceto_____.A.workforaschoolmagazineB.runawayfromherfamilyC.makealotoffriendsD.developherwritingstyle38.AccordingtoCisneros,whatplayedthedecisiveroleinhersuccessA.Herearlyyearsincollege.B.HertrainingintheWorkshop.C.Herfeelingofbeingdifferent.D.Herchildhoodexperience.39.WhatdowelearnaboutTheHouseonMangoStreetA.Itisquitepopularamongstudents.B.ItistheonlybookeverwrittenbyCisneros.C.ItwasntasuccessasitwaswritteninSpanish.D.ItwonanawardwhenCisneroswastwentynine.答案36.B37.D38.C39.APassage1008浙江A篇AdriansAmazingRacestartedearlywhenhisparentsrealizedthathe,asababy,couldn

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