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2012年9月大学英语B完形填空题库(统考).doc.doc

2012年9月大学英语B完形填空(统考)完型填空完形填空(新增加蓝色8篇)DoyouknowthestoryaboutthefoxandthegrapesAfoxis___1___food.Heisveryhungry.Now,hestands1.lookingfor2.high3.on4.cant5.goodEveryonehashobbies.Ahobbycanbealmostanythingapersonlikestodoinhissparetime.1.play2.go3.more4.too5.becauseGlassesprotectpeopleseyesfrombrightlight.Microscopesmaketinythingslarger__1__we...1.sothat2.much3.on4.past5.advantageHelenwasaveryprettygirl,andherparentswerequiteproudofher.Alotofyoungmeninthetown1.play2.talking3.wont4.with5.leftItseemsquiteclearlyunjusttopaytwopeopledifferentamountsofmoneyfordoingthesamework.But1.B.sight2.A.other3.D.way4.E.account5.C.olderKellyisaclerk.Sheworksinatown.Sheisbusyfrommorningto___1___.Shegetsupatsixoclock1.night2.with3.finishes4.watches5.beforeLastSaturday,TonywenttoseeBenny.Buthedidntknow__1__Bennylived.Ontheway,he1.where2.way3.take4.on5.riverLastTuesdayItookmytwodaughters,agedfiveandseven,totownbycar.Itbegantorainhard,soI1.before2.back3.eyes4.were5.rushedMancantgoonincreasinghisnumberatthepresentrate.Inthenext30yearsmanwillfacea1.Some2.fromgetting3.but4.brings5.adoptedMancannotgoonincreasinghisnumberatthepresentrate.Inthe__1__30yearsmanwillfaceaperiodof1.next2.Some3.number4.for5.easyManyAmericansliketohavetheirvacationin___1___countries.OnedayanAmericanwomancomestovisit1.other2.wants3.hello4.from5.asksManypeoplewouldagreethatstressisamajorprobleminmodernlife.Itiscertainlytrue1.from2.of3.under4.on5.acceptManyChinesestudentsdontpaymuchattentiontospokenEnglishatschool.Theythinkitnecessary1.B.freely2.A.into3.D.himself4.C.before5.E.masterMemoryisveryimportantinourlife.Agoodmemoryisagreathelpforlearningalanguage...1.his2.live3.parents4.tolearn5.littleModernzoosareverydifferentfromzoosthatwerebuiltfiftyyearsago.Atthattime,zooswere1.where2.of3.Although4.freedom5.overMumuisaChineseboy.Butnowhe1intheUK.Helivesand2withMrandMrsGreen...1.is2.eats3.oclock4.bad5.ButOnceuponatimeapoorfarmertakingasackofwheattothemilldidnotknow__1__todowhen1.what2.onto3.too4.before5.anotherOnenight,athiefbrokeintoanoldmanshouse.He1anoiseandwokeuptheoldmanandhis1.made2.off3.heard4.moment5.leftSocialcustomsandwaysofbehavingarechanging.1wasconsideredimpolitemanyyearsago1.what2.wouldmake3.vary4.toremember5.uncomfortableThepeoplebegantalkingalotaboutWomensLiberation.__21__firstIdidnottakeitseriously.1.At2.idea3.varying4.when5.goingtoTheworldisnotonlyhungryitisalsothirstyforwater.Thismayseemstrangetoyou,since1.or2.sources3.for4.take5.caseThisismytimetable.IstudyatNo.3MiddleSchoolofDongfang.FromMondaytoFridayIgetup___1___1.at2.breakfast3.start4.leave5.likeThereisanoldsayingthathusbandsandwivesstarttolookandbehavelikeeachotherafteratime.Idont1.however2.used3.interested4.up5.differentTrafficaccidentskilledmorethan104,000peopleinChinalastyear.Chinesecitieshavemorecars1.killed2.them3.children4.difficult5.onWaterisveryimportanttolivingthings.Withoutwatertherecanbe___1___lifeonearth.Allanimals1.no2.ourselves3.isfound4.in5.beYoumaymeetAmericanswhoknowverylittleaboutyourcountry.Ifthis1thecase,bepatient...1.compared2.with3.result4.is5.300year1.NewcomerstotheUnitedStatesareoftensurprisedbytheschools.Americanschoolssometimesseemsodifferentfromschoolstheyknowin______partsoftheworld.Americaneducationisbasedonthe______thatchildrenneedtolearntothink_______themselves.Theschoolshouldbethe______wheretheylearntodothis.Inschool,childrenlearnthethreeRsReading,WritingandArithmetic,historyandgovernmentoftencalledSocialStudiesandmanysubjects.Theyalsolearn_______tobeindependent,howtomaketheirownjudgment,andhowtodeveloptheirownabilitiesandinterests.TheAmericanteacherdoesnot______thechildreninherclasstositwithhandsfoldedquietlyandtosay_______.Shewantsthemtolistenattentivelyandtoaskquestions.Sheknowsthatwhatchildrenlearnfrombooksis_______.Shealsoknowsthat,itisnecessaryforthemtoknowhowtousethislearningfortheir_______anddevelopment.DuringOpenSchoolWeek,parentshavea_______toseehowAmericaneducationworks.21.A.otherB.hisC.anotherD.all22.A.opinionB.ideaC.promiseD.question23.A.ofB.againstC.forD.with24.A.placeB.spaceC.roomD.area25.A.whenB.howC.whatD.where26.A.thinkB.wantC.letD.make27.A.somethingB.anythingC.nothingD.much28.A.importantB.unimportantC.necessaryD.useless29.A.improvingB.growthC.futureD.tomorrow30.A.abilityB.possibilityC.interestD.chance2.Onedaytherewasanargumentbetweenthewindandthesun.Immuch_____thanyou,saidthewind.No,Idontagreewithyousaidthesun.Whiletheywerearguing,theysayaman_____alongtheroad,heiswearingaheavycoat.Thesunsaidtothewind,Now,let_____seewhocanmakethemtake_____hiscoat.Thenwewillknowwhoisstronger.Firstthewindtried.Itbegantoblowveryhard.Itblew_____hardthatthemanpulledhiscoataroundhim.Thewindwas_____withtheman.Thenitsaidtothesun,Now,itsyour_____.Thesunstartedto_____ontheman.Soonitgotvery_____Themantookoffhiscoat.Theargumentwasover.Weknowthe_______wasstrongernow.21.A.strongB.stronglyC.strongerD.strongest22.A.walkingB.walkC.walksD.walked23.A.weB.ourC.usD.ours24.A.upB.onC.offD.in25.A.notB.soC.suchD.also26.A.sadB.happyC.angryD.quick27.A.wayB.turnC.turnsD.role28.A.shinesB.shineC.shiningD.shined29.A.hotB.hotterC.hottestD.hotting30.A.windB.sunC.manD.people3.Mikealwayslovesships.Whenhewas_21___,hesaid,Imgoinggointothearmy.Buthiseyeswerenotvery_22____,andhedidnotgetin.Thenhesaid,Imgoingtobuyasmall__23____,andImgoingtogoaroundtheworld.Butboats__24_____veryexpensive,andMikedidnothave__25_____money.ButlastsummerMikefoundaswimmingclubnear___26____house.Thelessonsdidnotcostverymuch,andMikebegangoingtotheclubateveryendoftheweekand_27_____.Nowheisagoodswimmer.Lastweekalittleboysaidtohim,Youreaverygoodswimmer.Howdoyoulearntoswim__28___Imnotgood___29___all,Mikesaidandhesmiled.IminthewaterandIsaytomyself,TherearedangerousfishesinthisareaThenImvery_30____,andIswimquickly.21.A.deadB.youngerC.olderD.well22.A.goodB.badC.brokenD.weak23.A.planeB.trainC.boatD.ear24.A.areB.isC.wereD.was25.A.manyB.muchC.afewD.veryfew26.A.hisB.herC.himD.she27.A.havingmeetingB.watchingTVC.havinglessonsD.seeingfilms28.A.soslowlyB.sofastC.notsofastD.notsowell29.A.inB.onC.withD.at30.A.afraidB.busyC.poorD.rich4.Averynew,youngofficerwasatarailwaystation.Hewasonhiswaytovisithismotherin___21___town.Hewantedtotelephonehertotellherthetimeofhistrain,__22___shecouldmeethimatthe___23___inhercar.Helookedatallhispockets,but__24___thathedidnothavetherightmoneyforthetelephone,sohewentonandlooked__25___forsomeonetohelphim.Atlastanoldsoldiercameby,andtheyoungofficerstoppedhimandsaid,Canyouchangethemoney___26__meWaitamoment,thesoldier__27__,andhebegantoputhishandinhis__28____.IllseewhetherIcanhelpyou.Dontyouknowhowtospeaktoanofficertheyoungofficersaidangrily.Nowlets__29___again.CanyouchangethemoneyformeNo,sir,theoldsoldieranswered___30_____.21.A.otherB.theotherC.anotherD.one22.A.butB.sothatC.becauseD.when23.A.placeB.stationC.streetD.stop24.A.knewB.thoughtC.foundD.foundout25.A.upB.downC.aroundD.into26.A.toB.withC.forD.and27.A.answeredB.spokeC.toldD.smiled28.A.coatB.handbagC.walletD.pocket29.A.startB.tobeginC.doingD.ask30.A.easilyB.fastC.happilyD.quickly5.WilliamJ.Sidis,wasbornin1898.___21__fatherwasanAmericanpsychiatrist.Attheageofsixmonths,William__22____theEnglishalphabethecouldreadandwritewhenhewastwo.Whenhewaseightyears__23___,youngSidishadcompletedbothelementaryandhighschool.Attheageofnine,WilliamenteredHarvardUniversity.Asa___24___atHarvard,Sidisdisplayedphenomenalknowledgeinthefieldofmathematics,___25__amazinghisprofessors.Hegraduatedwithhonors___26___ageof16andbecameafullprofessorofmathematicsattheuniversityat19.___27____storyofWilliamJ.Sidisunfortunately,doesnotendhappily.Thepromise___28__hisearlyyearswasneverfulfilled.Attheageof26,hewasfoundoperatinganaddingmachine___29___astoreinNewYork.Thisbrilliantexgeniusdiedalonelydeathin1943inahotelroom_30___NewYork.21.A.HisB.MyC.HerD.Their22.A.spokeB.sayC.sawD.knew23.A.oldB.bigC.elderD.young24.A.studentB.teacherC.painterD.singer25.A.butB.oftenC.areD.out26.A.atB.inC.onD.or27.A.AB.TheC.OfD.They28.A.ofB.inC.orD.for29.A.inB.onC.outD.inside30.A.atB.onC.byD.in6.Glassesprotectpeopleseyesfrombrightlight.Microscopesmaketinythingslarger21___wecanexaminethem.Telescopes22_____objectsthatarefaraway23____closertous.24____inrecentyearsplasticshavereplacedglass25____conditionswhereglassmightbe26_____brokentherearenewuses27_____forglassthatwereneverimaginedinthe28_____.Perhapsthegreatest29______ofglassisthatitsconstituent构成的partsareinexpensiveandcanbefound30______overtheworld.眼镜能够保护人的眼睛因强光造成的伤害。显微镜可以使得微小的东西放大,这样我们才能观测到这些微小的事物。望远镜能够缩短遥远的物体跟我们之间的距离。然而,近些年,塑料在某些条件下替代了较容易破碎的玻璃。玻璃的新用途被开发出来,这在过去是无法想象的。也许玻璃最大的优点在于它的构成部分相对便宜,并且在世界任何地方都可以得到。21.A.soasB.asthatC.sothatD.suchthat22.A.letB.watchC.getD.make23.A.everB.ratherC.moreD.much24.A.becauseofB.DespiteC.HoweverD.Although25.A.underB.belowC.withinD.on26.A.hardlyB.easilyC.nearlyD.almost27.A.BeingdevelopedB.bedevelopedC.todevelopD.tobedeveloped28.A.ancientB.pastC.oldD.aged29.A.goodnessB.advanceC.advantageD.progress30.A.allB.aroundC.anywhereD.wholly7.Itsveryinterestingtostudynamesofdifferentcountries.Chinesenamesaredifferent___21___foreignnames.OnceanEnglishladycameto___22___me.WhenIwasintroducedtohershesaid,Gladtomeetyou,MissPing.ThenshegavemehernamecardwiththreewordsonitBettyJ.Black.SoIsaid,Thankyou,MissBetty,welookedateachotherandlaughedheartily.LaterIfoundthattheEnglishpeople__23__theirfamilynameslastandthegivennames__24__.Whiletheirmiddlesare__25__usedverymuch.IexplainedtoherthattheChinesefamilyname__26__first,thegivennamelast,soshe__27__nevercallmeMissPing.SheaskedifweChinesehadamiddlename.Itoldherwedidnt.__28__peoplemayoftenfindthreewordsonaChinesenamecard.Inthiscasethefamilynamestillcomesfirst,theotherwordsafterit__29__atwowordgivenname.ItisquiteusualinChina.MysisterisLiXiaofang.Shehastwowordsinhergivennameinsteadofjustone__30__mine.研究不同国家人的姓名非常有趣。中国的人名跟外国的人名不同。曾经一位英国女士拜访我。当我被介绍给她时,她说道很高兴见到你,平小姐。然后她给了我她的名片,上面写着三个字贝蒂J布莱克。所以,我回答道,谢谢你,贝蒂小姐。我们彼此看着对方并衷心的笑了起来。后来我发现英国人习惯把姓放在最后,名放在前面。而他们的中间名字不太经常使用。我向她解释,中国人是把姓放在前面,名放在后面。因此,她再也不叫我平小姐了。她问我们中国人是否也有中间名字。我告诉她我们没有中间名字。但是,中国人通常在名片上用三个字的姓名。通常是,家庭的姓放在第一位,姓后面跟着两个字的名。这种命名方式在中国很常见。我的妹妹的名字叫李晓芳。她的名就是两个字的,不像我只有一个字的名。21.A.withB.fromC.forD.in22.A.findB.lookatC.visitD.meet23.A.putB.placedC.tookD.brought24.A.atthefirstB.atfirstC.inthefrontD.first25.A.neverB.notC./D.often26.A.cameB.comesC.putD.puts27.A.wouldB.couldC.shouldD.must28.A.butB.orC.whileD.and29.A.isB.wasC.areD.were30.A.asB.withC.toD.like8.MondayisthebeginningoftheweekitisthedaymostAmericanslikeworst.Thedaythey__21__mostisSaturday.Saturdayisthe__22__oftheworkweekitisthebeginningoftheweekend.Lifeis__23__ontheweekendmostAmericans__24__careoftheirhouses,carsandgardens.Theysleep__25__atthenight.Theyenjoythefeelingthatthetime__26__tomovemoreslowly.Theworkweekisforthingsyou__27__todotheweekendisforthingsyou__28__todo.Somepeoplemaygetinacarfora__29__inthecountry.Theyliketotakepartinasportsactivityoutofdoors.AndonSaturdaynighttheymightgotoapubliceating__30__orfilm.星期一是一周的开始这是大多数美国人认为最糟糕的一天。一周中美国人最喜欢的是星期六。周六是一周工作的结束这一天又周末的开始。生活在周末却是不同的大多数美国人要打理他们的房子、汽车和花园。晚上他们都睡得很晚。他们享受这种感觉,似乎时间过的很慢。工作日时你必须做不得不做的事而周末是做你所喜欢的事情。有的人可能驾车去乡村兜风。他们喜欢参加户外运动。周六晚上他们可能外出就餐或是看电影。1.A.likeB.dislikeC.spendD.leave2.A.middleB.beginningC.endD.day3.A.worseB.difficultC.betterD.different4.A.makeB.takeC.lookD.pick5.A.earlierB.laterC.fasterD.shorter6.A.decidesB.wantsC.spendsD.seems7.A.enjoyB.hateC.haveD.find8.A.likeB.startC.getD.check9.A.driveB.walkC.fishingD.washing10.A.placeB.houseC.roomD.apartment9.Trafficaccidentskilledmorethan104,000peopleinChinalastyear.Chinacitieshave__21__carsthanbefore.Everydaymanypeopleare__22__whiletheycrosstheroad.Mostof__23__areoldpeopleandchildren.Oldpeopleareoftenkilled__24__theyusuallycantseeclearlyorhearverywell.__25__arekilledbecausetheyarecareless.Acar,truckorbuscantstopvery__26__ifitisgoingveryfast.Thefasteracaristraveling,__27__ittakestostop.Butpeoplewalkinginthestreetdonotalwaysunderstandthis.Its__28__forpeopletoknowhowfastacaristraveling.Thenewtrafficlawswereputintouse__29__May1st,2004.Thenewtrafficlawswill__30__thestreetssaferforwalkinganddriving.去年,中国的交通事故致死有104,000人死亡。中国城市里拥有比以前更多的汽车。每天有许多人当过马路时被撞死。这些被撞死的人中大多数是老年人和儿童。老年人经常被车撞死因为他们眼睛视力不好或是听力不好。而儿童通常是因为孩子比较粗心。小汽车,卡车或是公交车不能迅速刹车后停下来如果车速过快的话。车速越快,停下来的时间需要越长。但是,在街上行走的人不是总能理解这一点。很难让人了解一辆行驶的车速度是多少。新的交通法规在200年5月1日开始正式实行。对于行人和驾驶员来说,新的交通法将使得马路更加安全。1.A.biggerB.moreC.fewerD.smaller2.A.killedB.caughtC.shotD.attacked3.A.itB.youC.themD.us4.A.whenB.becauseC.ifD.thought5.A.driversB.womenC.oldpeopleD.children6.A.quicklyB.hardlyC.clearlyD.slowly7.A.thefasterB.thesaferC.thefartherD.thelonger8.A.difficultB.easyC.dangerousD.true9.A.inB.atC.onD.for10.A.takeB.makeC.stopD.find10.Weliveinacomputerage.People__21__scientists,teachers,writersandevenstudentsusecomputerstodoallkindsofwork.Butmorethan30yearsago,__22__couldntdomuch.Theywereverybigandexpensive.Very__23__peoplewereinterestedinthemandknewhowtousethem.Todaycomputersaresmallerand__24__.Buttheycandoalotofwork,manypeopleliketousethem.Somepeople__25__havethemathome.Computersbecomeveryimportantbecausetheycanwork__26__thanpeopleandmakefewermistakes.Computerscan__27__peopledoalotofwork.Writersnowusecomputersto__28__.Teachersusethemtohelpteaching.Studentsusethemto__29__.Computerscanalsorememberwhatyou__30__them.Computersareveryusefulandhelpful.Theyareourfriends.Doyouwanttohaveacomputer我们生活在一个电脑时代。人们像科学家,教师,作家,甚至是学生都在使用电脑做各种各样的事情。但是超过30年前,电脑却做不了那么多事情。那时的电脑非常巨大和昂贵。很少有人对电脑感兴趣,知道如何使用电脑。今天电脑的体积变得越来越小,价格越来越便宜。当电脑可以做很多事情时,许多人就喜欢使用它们。有些人甚至家里都有一台电脑。电脑变得越来越重要因为它们可以比人类工作的更快并且很少出错。电脑可以帮助人们做大量的事情。作家现在用电脑来写作。教师使用电脑来帮助教学。学生使用电脑来学习。电脑还可以记住你所输入进去的东西。电脑是非常有用的和有帮助的。它们是我们的朋友。难道你不想要一台电脑吗1.A.likeB.asC.andD.with2.A.studentsB.scientistsC.teachersD.computers3.A.fewB.afewC.littleD.alittle4.A.cheapB.cheaperC.moreexpensiveD.expensive5.A.evenB.stillC.alreadyD.yet6.A.fastB.fasterC.slowD.slower7.A.helpB.makeC.stopD.use8.A.writeB.playC.studyD.learn9.A.singB.studyC.danceD.watch10.A.putinB.putonC.putintoD.putup11.OnMay27,1995,ourlifeissuddenlychanged.Ithappenedafewminutespastthree,__21____myhusband,Chris,fellfromhishorseasitjumpedoverthefence.Chriswasparalysed瘫痪fromthechestdown,_22___tobreathenormally.Ashewasthrownfromhishorse,weenteredintoalifeofdisabilitywithlotsofunexpectedchallenges.Wewentfromthehavestothehavenots.Orsowethought.1995年5月27日,我们的生活瞬间发生了改变。我丈夫克里斯从跳跃篱笆的马上摔下来时是三点多钟。克里斯胸部以下瘫痪,无法进行正常呼吸。当他从马上摔下来时,我们的生活便开始充满了许多不可预知的挑战。我们从富人变成了穷人,至少我们自己是这样认为的。Yetwhatwediscoveredlaterwereallthegiftsthatcameoutof__23_difficulties.Wecametolearnthatsomething__24_couldhappeninadisaster.AllovertheworldpeoplecaredChrissomuchthatlettersandpostcardspouredineveryday.Bytheendofthethirdweekina_25__centreinVirginia,about35,000piecesof_26___hadbeenreceivedandsorted.As_27__,weopenedletterafterletter.Theygaveuscomfortandbecameasourceofstrenthforus.Weusedthemtoencourageourselves.IwouldgotothepileoflettersmarkedwithaFunnyifweneededa__28____,ortotheDisabledboxtofindadvicefrompeoplefromwheelchairsoreveninbedlivinghappilyand___29_____.然而,不久我们发现了来源于分担困难过程中的馈赠。我们慢慢懂得灾难中也会有好事发生。全世界的人都关注克里斯,每天都有大批信件和贺卡到来。到第三周结束时,在弗吉尼亚的一个医疗中心,我们已经收到和整理出了35000封信件。我们一家人把信一封一封地拆开。这些信件给了我们安慰,成为了我们力量的来源。我们用它们来鼓励我们自己。如果我们需要笑声的话,我就会去标注着有趣符号的那堆信件中寻找或去残疾人信箱中寻找由那些坐在轮椅上或卧病在床但生活幸福和成功的人们所提供的建议。Theseletters,werelaized,hadtobeshared.Andso__30___weofferoneofthemtoyou.我们意识到,这些信件应当共享,所以这里我们将它们中的一封给你。21.A.sinceB.beforeC.whenD.while22.A.ableB.unableC.suitableD.unsuitable23.A.sharingB.separatingC.fearingD.exploiting24.A.terribleB.similarC.wonderfulD.practical25.A.medicalB.postalC.experimentalD.mental26.A.newsB.paperC.equipmentD.mail27.A.patientsB.afamilyC.nursesD.group28.A.cryB.laughC.chatD.sigh29.A.bitterlyB.fairlyC.weaklyD.successfully30.A.hereB.thereC.thereforeD.forward12.Thepopulationproblemmaybethe__21____oneoftheworldtoday.Theworldspopulationisgrowing__22_____.Twothousandyearsago,therewereonly250millionpeople___23____theearth.Fourhundredyearsago,thenumberwas__24______500million.Butatthebeginningofthe__25_____century,theworldspopulationwasabout1,700million.In1970,thisnumberwas3,600million.In1990,thenumberwasfivebillion.A___26___reportsaysthattheworldpopulationwill_27____sixbillionbytheendofthe20thCentury.Thisisjustten_28_____afterit___29___fivebillion.Peoplesaythatbytheyear2010,___30__maybesevenbillion.今天,人口问题可能是世界上最大的问题。世界人口增长越来越快。两千年前,地球上只有2.5亿人口400年前有5亿人口。但在20世纪初,世界人口大约是17亿。1970年,世界人口是36亿,1990年为50亿。联合国一项报告称到20世纪末,世界人口将超过60亿,这与它达到50亿之间仅相隔10年时间。据说,到2010年,世界人口可能会达到70亿。21.A.greatB.greaterC.greatestD.greating22.A.fasterandfasterB.fastandfastC.fastestandfastestD.fasterandfast23.A.inB.onC.atD.for24.A.closeB.moreC.almostD.over25.A.twentyB.twelveC.twentiethD.twelfth26.A.USAB.UNC.PRCD.PLA27.A.pastB.passC.passedD.passes28.A.weeksB.monthsC.seasonsD.years29.A.getB.getsC.reachedD.reach30.A.thisB.itsC.oneD.it13.Twohundredyearsago,peopleintheWestdidnotknowcoffeeortea.Theywere__21__todrinkthembecausetheythoughtcoffeeorteacouldkillaperson.OncethekingofEnglanddecidedtofindout__22__itwastrue.Atthattimethereweretwobrothersinprison.Theywouldbekilled__23__afewdaysbecausetheydidwrong.Thekingsaid,Ishallletthemlivebuttheymustdrinkcoffeeorteatotheendoftheir__24__.Onebrothermustdrinkcoffeeand__25__mustdrinkteaeveryday.Andthey__26__thekingswords.They__27__livedmanyyears.Atlast,theelderbrother__28__whenhewaseightythreeyearsold.Theyoungeronediedafewyears__29__.Afterthat,people__30__thatcoffeeandteawerenotbadtoman.二百年前,西方人不了解咖啡和茶。他们不敢喝茶和咖啡,因为他们认为它们有毒。从前,英格兰有一位君王决心弄清楚它们是否真的有毒。那时候有一对兄弟被关押在监狱中。他们犯过罪,在不久的将来就会被处死。君王说我可以让他们活下来,不过他们必须在生命终结前喝咖啡或茶。兄弟中的一人必须每天喝咖啡,另一个必须每天都喝茶。他们按照君王所说的去做了。兄弟二人都活了许多年。最后,他们中的哥哥活到83岁,弟弟在哥哥逝世几年之后才离开这个世界。从此以后,人们才知道茶和咖啡对人身体无害。21.A.happyB.afraidC.strongD.rich22.A.whenB.whatC.ifD.because23.A.afterB.laterC.behindD.in24.A.lifeB.liveC.livesD.living25.A.oneB.anotherC.otherD.theother26.A.heardB.listenedtoC.followedD.did27.A.bothB.eachC.neitherD.all28.A.killedB.livedC.diedD.dead29.A.agoB.oldC.laterD.before30.A.shoutedB.spokeC.keptD.knew14.Ifyouaskhighschoolgirlstonametheirfavoritesports,mostwouldprobablysaybasketballorvolleyball.Ihappentobeoneofthefewgirlswhowould_21____surfing.ButisntthataboythingSomepeople___22_____.Mostwouldcertainlynot.如果你问高中女生她们最喜爱的运

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