Throughout history man has had to accept the fact that all living things must die. But people now live longer than they 36 . Yet, all living things still show the 37 of aging, which will eventually 38 deaths. Aging is not a disease, but as a person passes maturity(成熟期),the cells of the body and the 39 they form do not function as well as they 40 in childhood and teenage years. The body provides less 41 against disease and is more 42 to have accident. A number of related causes may 43 to aging. Some cells of the body have a fairly long life, but they are not 44 when they die . As a person ages, 45 of brain cells and muscle cells decreases.
  46. body cells die and are replaced by new cells. In an aging person the 47 cells may not be as workable or as capable 48 growth as those of a young person. Another 49 in aging may be changes within the cells
  50.Some of the protein chemicals in cells are known to 51 with age and become less elastic (有弹性的) .This is why the skin of old people wrinkles(皱纹)and hangs 52 . This is also the reason why old people 53 in height. There may be other more important chemical changes in the cells. Some complex cell chemicals, such as DNA an RNA, store and 54 information that the cells need. Aging may affect this 55 and change the information-carrying molecules so that they do not transmit the information as well.
  36. A. would B. be used to C. used to D. used
  37. A. function B. effect C. affect D. sign
  38. A. lead in B. give in C. run into D. result in
  39. A. hands B. feet C. heart D. organs
  40. A. made B. took C. did D. remembered
  41. A. energy B. protection C. vigor D. power
  42. A. likely B. probable C. possible D. alike
  43. A. attend B. contribute C. add D. devote
  44. A. replaced B. reborn C. recovered D. surrendered
  45. A. a number B. the amount C. the number D. a great deal
  46. A. The others B. the other C. Another D. Other
  47. A. old B. left C. new D. other
  48. A. to B. for C. of D. in
  49. A. factor B. effect C. reason D. element
  50. A. it B. them C. themselves D. that
  51. A. become B. turn C. change D. get
  52. A. loose B. high C. large D. fat
  53. A. increase B. shrink C. lengthen D. decrease
  54. A. pass away B. pass by C. pass off D. pass on
  55. A. improvement B. procession C. approach D. process
36??40 CBDDC 51??55 CABDD 41??45 BABAC 46??50 DCCAC the to
Switzerland(瑞士) is famous for its watches. However, this country didn’t 16 watch. It was the British 17 did it. Here is a story of 18 the watch was 19 Switzerland.
Many years ago, an Englishman was 20 to Italy. 21 his way he stopped in a small town in south Switzerland. This Englishman travelled in a carriage inside 22 there was a carriage watch. This was the 23 kind of watch. A native shop assistant 24 to see the watch. He 25 what it was and asked the Englishman 26 it. “It is a carriage watch. ”said the man. “ This machine 27 the time but now it isn’t working.” At once the shop assistant 28 to try to repair it. So the traveller 29 him the watch. The assistant was a very wise man. So it was not 30 that he managed(设法) to repair it. He 31 remembered how it was made. As soon as the traveller had 32 on his journey(旅行), he made a watch of 33 the same type. 34 the watch-making was stores all over the world.
  16.A.make
  17.A.which
  18.A.why
  19.A.carried
  20.A.travelling
  21.A.On
  22.A.which
  23.A.proper
  24.A.wanted
  25.A.wondered
  26.A.on
  27.A.gives
  28.A.failed
  29.A.served
  30.A.surprise
  31.A.however
  32.A.gone
  33.A.correctly
  34.A.Thus B.invent B.who B.that B.sold B.riding B.In B.that B.smallest B.seemed B.thought B.about B.tells B.helped B.shared B.surprised B.besides B.done B.specially B.So 35 in Switzerland. Today Swiss watches are sold in C.produce C.where C.how C.sailed C.walking C.At C.it C.earliest C.happened C.understood C.of C.strikes C.insisted C.showed C.surprising C.but C.come C.exactly C.Otherwise D.develop D.they D.when D.brought D.running D.From D.whom D.biggest D.discovered D.discovered D.with D.counts D.offered D.handed D.surprises D.even D.spent D.naturally D.However D.returned

  35.A.opened B.started C.done 16?35 BBCDA AACCA BBDDC DACAB
In January 2002, during the first weeks of a six-month stay at the children’s hospital of Philadelphia for Leukemia(白血病)treatment, Michael wandered over to his hospital window in search of distraction (散心). The 36 construction crew 37 first?grader watched a Michael’s
on a 10-storey addition to the hospital . 38
third-floor window, Ritchie, an iron-worker from the East Falls section of Philadelphia, 39 and saw “this kid with no hair 40 41 face was pressed up to the
window. I waved, and he smiled and father of three.
I’ll never forget that ” says Ritchie, a
As winter 42 steel
spring, Michael watched, fascinated (着迷),as 3000 tons of
43 formed the skeleton of the building. One day he colored a message for the 44 up to the window : Hi, Local Iron Workers, I’m Mike. Ritchie 46 months, as his treatment 48 signs
crew and held and the 45
crew messaged back . Over the
continued , Ritchie and the crew 47 like Be Strong Mike. 49
Michael up and cheered him with
the construction reached the third floor, Ritchie jumped across the 50 chat. The hard hat with tender heart 52 my life” says Ritchie 53
between the buildings and the two had a 51
wells up (涌出眼泪)when he thinks about it . “Michael
“ I was a real hard-core (顽固不化)person without a lot of sympathy. But I’d
seeing this kid every day waving at me and excited about the construction . I look at life 54 thanks to him” Today Michael is a 10-year-old third-grader in complete 55 when he grows up ?”A construction worker.”
recovery. What does he hope to he says.
  36. A. strange
  37. A. playing
  38. A. Below
  39. A. watched out
  40. A. whom
  41. A. came back
  42. A. went off
  43. A. gradually
  44. A. that
  45. A. hospital
  46. A. first
  47. A. cheered
  48. A. discouraging
  49. A. Before
  50. A. ground
B. curious B. studying B. Above B. watched at B. whose B. came on B. went out
C. serious C. living
D. anxious D. working D. Over D. looked down D. that D. waved on
C. Under C. looked up C. which C. waved back C. turned into
D. turned to
B. immediately C. successfully D. usually B. it B. repair B. last B. lighted C. one C. construction C. long C. called D. itself D. school D. next D. woke D. interesting D. When D. story D. step ?by-step
B. encouraging C. surprising B. Since B. floor C. While C. space

  51. A. face -to -face B. hand-in hand C. neck ?and-neck

  52. A. gave
B. changed
C. saved C. be used to C. sadly C. be
D. took D. look forward to D. excitedly D. appreciate

  53. A. pay attention to
  54. A. differently
  55. A. have 36?
  40. BDACB 46?
  50. DABDC
B. get down to B. happily
B. get 41?45 .CDABC 51?
  55. ABDAC
Our neighbour's son was getting married in 1991 at an out-of-town church, and my husband and I were invited. We immediately rushed out to a 36 , and I bought a nice pink dress with a jacket. The dress was a little 37 , but I had a month to go before the June 30 wedding and I would 38 a few pounds. June 29 came and, of course, I hadn't lost a single pound; in fact I had 39 two, But I 40 a nice new girdle(紧身内衣) would cure everything. So on our way out of the city we 41 once again at the store. I ran in and told the clerk I needed a 42 large panty girdle. The clerk found the box with the 43 girdle marked "LG", and asked if I would like to try it on. “Oh, no, a large will fit just right. I 44 try it on.” The next morning was rather hot, one of those thirty-four degree days, I suppose, so I __45 to get dressed until about 45 minutes before time to go. I popped open the box only 46 a new girdle in a small size. Since it was too late to find another one and the dress wouldn't 47 right without a girdle, a fight 48 in the hotel room between me and the girdle. Have you ever tried to 49 20 pounds of potatoes into a five-pound bag? That's it. Finally my husband, 50 like crazy, got hold of each side and shook me down into it. At once I put on the pink dress, which didn't 51 very well with my red face, and was ready to go. . I heard one of the people say that they were Finally we got to the 52 having a High Mass (大弥撒). I turned to my husband and asked, "What is a High Mass?" He shrugged his 53 . 54 , I learned that this particular mass would last one hour, twenty-two minutes and eight and one half secondsthe priest (神父 ) was going to bless 55 except my girdle.
  36. A. hotel B. store C. church D. office
  37. A. long B. tight C. little D. perfect
  38. A. put on B. gain C. lose D. miss
  39. A. won B. received C. gained D. lost
  40. A. think B. suggested C. demanded D. figured
  41. A. went B. arrived C. stopped D. entered
  42. A. size B. length C. width D. depth
  43. A. described B. bought C. sold D. talked
  44. A. can’t B. needn't C. shouldn't D. mustn't
  45. A. wanted B. expected C. tried D. waited
  46. A. find B. notice C. search D. look

  47. A. work B. use C. fit D. wear
  48. A. broke down B. broke out C. broke up D. broke away
  49. A. put B. lay C. push D. shake
  50. A. laughing B. crying C. shouting D. smiling
  51. A. do B. go C. work D. look
  52. A. town B. store C. church D. hotel
  53. A. shoulders B. arms C. head D. hands
  54. A. Happily B. Generally C. Luckily D. Unfortunately
  55. A. something B. nothing C. anything D. everything
  36.B 根据文章的内容提示,应为去商店买东西。
  37.B 根据下文提示,套装有点紧。
  38.C 我还有一个月时间可以减肥,以便穿上这套有点紧的衣服。
  39.C 前面提到“我一磅肉也没掉”,与此相比“事实上我还长了两磅肉”。
  40.D 词语辨义,figure 表示经过推算得出结论,意为“合计、算计”。
  41.C 商店不是我们的目的地,而只是在去教堂的路上作停留。
  42.A 衣服的标识是尺寸,即 size。下文也有提示。
  43.A 此时衣服还没买,因此不选 B、C、D 用于此处不合语法,因此选 A 意 为“所描述的”。
  44.B 既然“大号适合”,当然就“没必要”试穿了。
  45.D “等到”临出发前 45 分钟再穿衣服,因为天气太热。
  46.A notice 为“无意中注意到”,find 为“发现”,在本文的背景下显然是“有心 注意”了。
  47.C 如果不穿紧身内衣,新买的衣服就穿不上去了,C 表示衣服大小合适。
  48.B break out 意为“(战争、火灾等)爆发、发生”。
  49. 幽默的比喻, D “你们谁试过硬往只能装 5 磅的袋子里塞进去 20 磅土豆吗?”
  50.A 此时此景,丈夫不大笑(1augh)才怪呢 1 。
  51.B go with 意为“与……相称,“搭配协调”
  52.C 从全文内容理解,他们最终目的是去教堂。
  53.A 英美习俗,耸肩表示不知道或无可奈何。
  54.D 从对时间的描述可知,每一秒钟对她都是痛苦的。
  55.D 紧身裤让“我”感到痛苦,哪还顾得上神父的祈福?
The simplest way of putting an idea down on paper is to draw a picture. That was 36men first began to write, six thousand years ago or more. All 37scripts(文字)have been developed from picture-writing of 38sort, The English alphabet we now use 39to us over a long period of time from the 40of ancient Egypt. Picture-writing, called hieroglyphic(象形文字),could be used to express 41 as well as objects. 42 , a drawing of a man would 43 the object " man" , while 44of a man lying on the ground 45 a spear in him would mean the idea "death". later, some drawings came to stand for sounds as well. 46in Egyptian hieroglyphics the 47 of a house stood 48 for the object" house" and for the sound "pr",49in spoken Egyptian meant "house". 50the Egyptians, the Chinese and the American Indians also developed their own only kinds of picture-writing. How-ever, with picture-writing,
51 much could be said. Much more 52 to be left unsaid. It would have 53hundreds of thousands of pictures to express 54people wanted to express55a person could ever hope to learn in a lifetime.
  36. A. when B. why C. what D. how
  37. A. ancient B. mode C. past D,future
  38. A. every B. another C. some D. any
  39. A. comes B. was coming C. come D. has come
  40. A. art B. picture-writing C. buildings. D. picture-drawing
  41. A. ideas B. stories C. subjects D. things
  42.. A. At least B. By the way C. Indeed D. For example
  43. A. mean B. show C. take D. have
  44. A. that B. body C. sight D. such
  45. A. with B. taking C. without D. striking
  46. A. However B. Although C. Thus D. Even
  47. A. building B. drawing C. idea D. plan
  48. A. both B. either C. also D. only
  49. A. what B. which C. as D. so
  50. A. Together with B. Except C. Such as D. Besides
  51. A. not B. very C. so D. too
  52. A. was B. had C. happened D. supposed
  53. A. drawn B. used C. done D. taken
  54. A. those B. other C. all that D. many
  55. A. just enough for B. many more that C. much less than D. as much as
36-40 DBCDB
41-45 ADAAA 46-50 CBABD 51-55
CBDCB
Ella Fant was a middle-aged lady who lived with her only son John in a small house. She loved John very much. In her (
  36) he couldn’t do anything (
  37). Every morning she would give him breakfast (
  38) bed and bring him the papers to read. It isn’t really true that he was too (
  39) to work in fact he had tri
 

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