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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___FOODHEISVERYHUNGRYNOW,HESTANDS1LOOKINGFOR2HIGH3ON4CANT5GOODEVERYONEHASHOBBIESAHOBBYCANBEALMOSTANYTHINGAPERSONLIKESTODOINHISSPARETIME1PLAY2GO3MORE4TOO5BECAUSEGLASSESPROTECTPEOPLESEYESFROMBRIGHTLIGHTMICROSCOPESMAKETINYTHINGSLARGER__1__WE1SOTHAT2MUCH3ON4PAST5ADVANTAGEHELENWASAVERYPRETTYGIRL,ANDHERPARENTSWEREQUITEPROUDOFHERALOTOFYOUNGMENINTHETOWN1PLAY2TALKING3WONT4WITH5LEFTITSEEMSQUITECLEARLYUNJUSTTOPAYTWOPEOPLEDIFFERENTAMOUNTSOFMONEYFORDOINGTHESAMEWORKBUT1BSIGHT2AOTHER3DWAY4EACCOUNT5COLDERKELLYISACLERKSHEWORKSINATOWNSHEISBUSYFROMMORNINGTO___1___SHEGETSUPATSIXOCLOCK1NIGHT2WITH3FINISHES4WATCHES5BEFORELASTSATURDAY,TONYWENTTOSEEBENNYBUTHEDIDNTKNOW__1__BENNYLIVEDONTHEWAY,HE1WHERE2WAY3TAKE4ON5RIVERLASTTUESDAYITOOKMYTWODAUGHTERS,AGEDFIVEANDSEVEN,TOTOWNBYCARITBEGANTORAINHARD,SOI1BEFORE2BACK3EYES4WERE5RUSHEDMANCANTGOONINCREASINGHISNUMBERATTHEPRESENTRATEINTHENEXT30YEARSMANWILLFACEA1SOME2FROMGETTING3BUT4BRINGS5ADOPTEDMANCANNOTGOONINCREASINGHISNUMBERATTHEPRESENTRATEINTHE__1__30YEARSMANWILLFACEAPERIODOF1NEXT2SOME3NUMBER4FOR5EASYMANYAMERICANSLIKETOHAVETHEIRVACATIONIN___1___COUNTRIESONEDAYANAMERICANWOMANCOMESTOVISIT1OTHER2WANTS3HELLO4FROM5ASKSMANYPEOPLEWOULDAGREETHATSTRESSISAMAJORPROBLEMINMODERNLIFEITISCERTAINLYTRUE1FROM2OF3UNDER4ON5ACCEPTMANYCHINESESTUDENTSDONTPAYMUCHATTENTIONTOSPOKENENGLISHATSCHOOLTHEYTHINKITNECESSARY1BFREELY2AINTO3DHIMSELF4CBEFORE5EMASTERMEMORYISVERYIMPORTANTINOURLIFEAGOODMEMORYISAGREATHELPFORLEARNINGALANGUAGE1HIS2LIVE3PARENTS4TOLEARN5LITTLEMODERNZOOSAREVERYDIFFERENTFROMZOOSTHATWEREBUILTFIFTYYEARSAGOATTHATTIME,ZOOSWERE1WHERE2OF3ALTHOUGH4FREEDOM5OVERMUMUISACHINESEBOYBUTNOWHE1INTHEUKHELIVESAND2WITHMRANDMRSGREEN1IS2EATS3OCLOCK4BAD5BUTONCEUPONATIMEAPOORFARMERTAKINGASACKOFWHEATTOTHEMILLDIDNOTKNOW__1__TODOWHEN1WHAT2ONTO3TOO4BEFORE5ANOTHERONENIGHT,ATHIEFBROKEINTOANOLDMANSHOUSEHE1ANOISEANDWOKEUPTHEOLDMANANDHIS1MADE2OFF3HEARD4MOMENT5LEFTSOCIALCUSTOMSANDWAYSOFBEHAVINGARECHANGING1WASCONSIDEREDIMPOLITEMANYYEARSAGO1WHAT2WOULDMAKE3VARY4TOREMEMBER5UNCOMFORTABLETHEPEOPLEBEGANTALKINGALOTABOUTWOMEN’SLIBERATION__21__FIRSTIDIDNOTTAKEITSERIOUSLY1AT2IDEA3VARYING4WHEN5GOINGTOTHEWORLDISNOTONLYHUNGRY;ITISALSOTHIRSTYFORWATERTHISMAYSEEMSTRANGETOYOU,SINCE1OR2SOURCES3FOR4TAKE5CASETHISISMYTIMETABLEISTUDYATNO3MIDDLESCHOOLOFDONGFANGFROMMONDAYTOFRIDAYIGETUP___1___1AT2BREAKFAST3START4LEAVE5LIKETHEREISANOLDSAYINGTHATHUSBANDSANDWIVESSTARTTOLOOKANDBEHAVELIKEEACHOTHERAFTERATIMEIDONT1HOWEVER2USED3INTERESTED4UP5DIFFERENTTRAFFICACCIDENTSKILLEDMORETHAN104,000PEOPLEINCHINALASTYEARCHINESECITIESHAVEMORECARS1KILLED2THEM3CHILDREN4DIFFICULT5ONWATERISVERYIMPORTANTTOLIVINGTHINGSWITHOUTWATERTHERECANBE___1___LIFEONEARTHALLANIMALS1NO2OURSELVES3ISFOUND4IN5BEYOUMAYMEETAMERICANSWHOKNOWVERYLITTLEABOUTYOURCOUNTRYIFTHIS1THECASE,BEPATIENT1COMPARED2WITH3RESULT4IS5300YEAR1NEWCOMERSTOTHEUNITEDSTATESAREOFTENSURPRISEDBYTHESCHOOLSAMERICANSCHOOLSSOMETIMESSEEMSODIFFERENTFROMSCHOOLSTHEYKNOWIN______PARTSOFTHEWORLDAMERICANEDUCATIONISBASEDONTHE______THATCHILDRENNEEDTOLEARNTOTHINK_______THEMSELVESTHESCHOOLSHOULDBETHE______WHERETHEYLEARNTODOTHISINSCHOOL,CHILDRENLEARNTHE“THREER’S”READING,WRITINGANDARITHMETIC,HISTORYANDGOVERNMENTOFTENCALLEDSOCIALSTUDIESANDMANYSUBJECTSTHEYALSOLEARN_______TOBEINDEPENDENT,HOWTOMAKETHEIROWNJUDGMENT,ANDHOWTODEVELOPTHEIROWNABILITIESANDINTERESTSTHEAMERICANTEACHERDOESNOT______THECHILDRENINHERCLASSTOSITWITHHANDSFOLDEDQUIETLYANDTOSAY_______SHEWANTSTHEMTOLISTENATTENTIVELYANDTOASKQUESTIONSSHEKNOWSTHATWHATCHILDRENLEARNFROMBOOKSIS_______SHEALSOKNOWSTHAT,ITISNECESSARYFORTHEMTOKNOWHOWTOUSETHISLEARNINGFORTHEIR_______ANDDEVELOPMENTDURINGOPENSCHOOLWEEK,PARENTSHAVEA_______TOSEEHOWAMERICANEDUCATIONWORKS21AOTHERBHISCANOTHERDALL22AOPINIONBIDEACPROMISEDQUESTION23AOFBAGAINSTCFORDWITH24APLACEBSPACECROOMDAREA25AWHENBHOWCWHATDWHERE26ATHINKBWANTCLETDMAKE27ASOMETHINGBANYTHINGCNOTHINGDMUCH28AIMPORTANTBUNIMPORTANTCNECESSARYDUSELESS29AIMPROVINGBGROWTHCFUTUREDTOMORROW30AABILITYBPOSSIBILITYCINTERESTDCHANCE2ONEDAYTHEREWASANARGUMENTBETWEENTHEWINDANDTHESUN“I’MMUCH_____THANYOU,”SAIDTHEWIND“NO,IDON’TAGREEWITHYOU”SAIDTHESUNWHILETHEYWEREARGUING,THEYSAYAMAN_____ALONGTHEROAD,HEISWEARINGAHEAVYCOATTHESUNSAIDTOTHEWIND,“NOW,LET_____SEEWHOCANMAKETHEMTAKE_____HISCOATTHENWEWILLKNOWWHOISSTRONGER”FIRSTTHEWINDTRIEDITBEGANTOBLOWVERYHARDITBLEW_____HARDTHATTHEMANPULLEDHISCOATAROUNDHIMTHEWINDWAS_____WITHTHEMANTHENITSAIDTOTHESUN,“NOW,IT’SYOUR_____”THESUNSTARTEDTO_____ONTHEMANSOONITGOTVERY_____THEMANTOOKOFFHISCOATTHEARGUMENTWASOVERWEKNOWTHE_______WASSTRONGERNOW21ASTRONGBSTRONGLYCSTRONGERDSTRONGEST22AWALKINGBWALKCWALKSDWALKED23AWEBOURCUSDOURS24AUPBONCOFFDIN25ANOTBSOCSUCHDALSO26ASADBHAPPYCANGRYDQUICK27AWAYBTURNCTURNSDROLE28ASHINESBSHINECSHININGDSHINED29AHOTBHOTTERCHOTTESTDHOTTING30AWINDBSUNCMANDPEOPLE3MIKEALWAYSLOVESSHIPSWHENHEWAS_21___,HESAID,“I’MGOINGGOINTOTHEARMY”BUTHISEYESWERENOTVERY_22____,ANDHEDIDNOTGETINTHENHESAID,“I’MGOINGTOBUYASMALL__23____,ANDI’MGOINGTOGOAROUNDTHEWORLD”BUTBOATS__24_____VERYEXPENSIVE,ANDMIKEDI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