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1 Leaping on a narrow balance beam (平衡木) is not easy. But Lola Walter, a 13-year-old gymnast, is an expert at it. To perfect her skills, Lola 36 for four hours a day, five days a week. At the state championships in March, she finished seventh out of 16 girls. That’s especially impressive. 37 she is legally blind, born with a rare condition that causes her eyes to shift constantly. She often sees double and can’t 38 how far away things are. When she was little, her mom 39 that even though she couldn’t see 40 , she was fearless. So her mom signed her up for gymnastics when she was three. She loved the 41 right away and gymnastics became her favorite. Though learning gymnastics has been more 42 for her than for some of her tournaments, she has never quit. She doesn’t let her 43 stop her from doing anything that she wants to. She likes the determination it takes to do the sport. Her biggest 44 is the balance beam. Because she has double vision, she often sees two beams. She must use her sense of touch to help her during her routine. Sometimes she even closes her eyes. “You have to 45 your mind that it’ll take you where you want to go.” says Lola. To be a top-level gymnast, one must be brave. The beam is probably the most 46 for anyone because it’s four inches wide. At the state competition, Lola didn’t fall 47 the beam. In fact, she got an 8.1 out of 10---- her highest score yet. Lola doesn’t want to be 48 differently from the other girls on her team. At the competitions, the judges don’t know about her vision 49 . She doesn’t tell them, because she doesn’t think they need to know. Her mom is amazed by her 50 attitude. Lola never thinks about 51 . She is presently at level 7 while the highest is level 10 in gymnastics. Her 52 is to reach level 9. She says she wants to be a gymnastics coach to pass down what she’s learned to other kids 53 she grew up. Lola is 54 of all her hard work and success. She says it has helped her overcome problems in her life outside gymnastics, too. Her 55 for others is “just believe yourself”. 36. A. runs B. teaches C. trains D. dances 37. A. since B. unless C. after D. though 38. A. tell B. guess C. assume D. predict 39. A. suspected B remembered C. imagined D. noticed 40. A. deeply B. well C. ahead D. closely 41. A. task B. sport C. event D. show 42. A. boring B. enjoyable C. different D. unsatisfactory 43. A. talent B. quality C. nature D. condition 44. A. doubt B. advantage C. challenge D. program 45. A. examine B. express C. open D. trust 46. A. fearful B. harmful C. unfair D. inconvenient 47. A. to B. on C. off D. against 48. A. greeted B. treated C. served D. paid 49. A. pains B. stresses C. injuries D. problems 50. A. positive B. friendly C. flexible D. cautious 51. A. defending B. quitting C. winning D. bargaining 52. A. standard B. range C. view D. goal 53. A. until B. as C. when D. before 54. A. proud B. tired C. ashamed D. confident 55. A. plan B. advice C. reward D. responsibility

2 I used to believe in the American Dream, which meant a job, a mortgage (按揭),credit cards, success. I wanted it and worked toward it like everyone else, all of us 36 chasing the same thing. 37 . I found myself homeless and alone. I had my 39 possible amount. I came upon a 41 , full

One year, through a series of unhappy events, it all fell truck and $56. I 38

the countryside for some place I could rent for the 40

shabby house four miles up a winding mountain road

the Potomac River in West Virginia. It was 42 a corner to camp in. 44

of broken glass and rubbish. I found the owner, rented it, and The locals knew nothing about me, 43

slowly, they started teaching me the 45

of being a neighbor.

They dropped off blankets, candles, and tools, and began 46

around to chat. They started to teach me a belief in a 47 .

American Dream—not the one of individual achievement but of What I had believed in, all those things I thought were 48 50

for a civilized life, were nonexistent in this place. with my neighbors. 52 their jobs


on the mountain, my most valuable possessions were my Four years later, I moved back into 51

. I saw many people were having a really hard time, 53

and homes. I managed to rent a big enough house to

a handful of people. There are four of us now in the house, 54 if we hadn’t banded

but over time I’ve had nine people come in and move on to other places. We’d all be in together.

The American Dream I believe in now is a shared one. It’s not so much about what I can get for myself; it’s about 55 we can all get by together. B. equally B. apart B. left B. largest B. through B. abandoned B. approached B. although B. lesson B. looking B. real B. happiness B. expensive B. Down B. relationships B. society B. losing B. turn in B. shelters B. what C. violently C. over C. toured C. fairest C. over C. emptied C. cleared C. otherwise C. nature C. swinging C. different C. friendliness C. rare C. Deep C. satisfaction C. town C. quitting C. take in C. camps C. whether

36. A. separately 37. A. off 38. A. crossed 39. A. fullest 40. A. at 41. A. occupied 42. A. turned 43. A. but 44. A. benefit 45. A. sticking 46. A. wild 47. A. neighborliness 48. A. unique 49. A. Up 50. A. cooperation 51. A. reality 52. A. creating 53. A. put in 54. A. yards 55. A. when

D. naturally D. out D. searched D. cheapest D. round D. robbed D. cut D. for D. art D. turning D. remote D. kindness D. necessary D. Along D. appointments D. life D. offering D. get in D. cottages D. how

3 A little girl lived in a simple and poor house on a hill. Usually she 36 play in the small garden. She could see 37

over the garden fence and across the valley a wonderful house with shining golden windows high on another hill. she loved her parents and her family, she desired to live in such a house and exciting 39 must feel to live there. her mother for a bike ride 38

all day about how wonderful and

At the age when she gained some 40 skill and sensibility (识别力),she 41 the garden. Her mother finally allowed her to go, beautiful. The little girl knew of the golden house. 48 she got off her bike and put it against the gate post, she focused on the path


43 her keeping close to the house and not 44 too far. The day was the hill and across the valley, she rode to the 47

45 where she was heading! 46


to the house and then on

the house itself. She was very disappointed when she 50 that all the windows were 51 and rather dirty. So _ 52 and heart-broken, she didn’t go any further. She 53 and all of a sudden she saw an amazing 54 .

There on the other side of the valley was a little house and its windows were golden. Looking at her little home, she 55 that she had been living in her golden house filled with love and care. Everything she dreamed was right there in

front of her nose! 36. A. might 37. A. Unless 38. A. dreamed 39. A. this 40. A. different 41. A. begged 42. A. inside 43. A. insisting on 44. A. traveling 45. A. madly 46. A. Over 47. A. windows 48. A. Until 49. A. getting 50. A. felt 51. A. transparent 52. A. anxious 53. A. turned around 54. A. hill 55. A. imagined B. should B. Although B. worried B. that B. scientific B. blamed B. outside B. relying on B. running B. rapidly B. Down B. steps B. As B. introducing B. learned B. bright B. angry B. cheered up B. valley B. decided C. would C. Since C. asked C. it C. musical C. invited C. through C. arguing about C. riding C. exactly C. Around C. center C. While C. leading C. concluded C. plain C. serious C. settled down C. background C. realized D. must D. But D. shouted D. which D. basic D. paid D. along D. wondering about D. walking D. possibly D. Beside D. gate D. Because D. moving D. found D. wide D. sad D. dropped in D. sight D. guessed


4 I used to be a very self-centered person, but in the past two years I have really changed. I have started to think about other people I think my 36 38 I think about myself. I am happy that I am becoming a 37 person. 39 and be left

started when I was at Palomar College. At first, I just wanted to get my 40

alone. I thought I was smarter than everyone else, so I hardly ever first semester, I was really 42 41

to anyone in my classes. By the end of my

. It seemed as if everyone but me had made friends and was having fun. So tried a(n) 43 45 to help. That are still my best

. I started asking people around me how they were doing, and if they were having trouble I 44 for me. By the end of the year, I had several new friends, and two of

was really a big friends today.

A bigger cause of my new


, however, came when I took a part-time job at a Vista Nursing Home. One old 47 . Every time I came into her room, she was so 49 her, so I took her place. She let me 51 , but I was very grateful to her. 53 these experiences. They 48 50

lady there who had Alzheimer’s disease became my

because she thought I was her daughter. Her real daughter never

that making others feel good make me feel good, too, when she died, I was I think I am a much have 54 52

person today than I used to be, and I hope I will not 55

me to care about other people more than about myself. I

who I am today, and I could not say that

a few years ago. 36. A. since 37. A. famous 38. A. education 39. A. balance 40. A. talked 41. A. careful 42. A. argument 43. A. dared 44. A. dream 45. A. us 46. A. attitude 47. A. friend 48. A. polite 49. A. bothered 50. A. explain 51. A. homeless 52. A. quieter 53. A. forget 54. A. forced 55. A. miss B. before B. simple B. career C. homework B. wrote B. lonely B. game B. offered B. problem B. which B. hobby B. partner B. happy B. answered B. guess B. heartbroken B. busier B. face B. preferred B. like C. or C. different C. tour C. degree C. lied C. curious C. experiment C. hesitated C. duty C. them C. hope C. guide C. strange C. visited C. declare C. bad-tempered C. better C. improve C. ordered C. wonder

D. unless D. skilled D. change D. interest D. reported D. guilty D. defence D. happened D. step D. whom D. luck D. guest D. confident D. trusted D. see D. hopeless D. richer D. analyze D. taught D. expect

5 “Look, it’s Baldy!” A boy shouted in my direction across the playground. Even though I was used to regular insults (侮辱) because of the class. When I was just 20 months old, I suffered serious alive,” they told Mum and Dad. “But she’ll be 13 after a bowl full hot oil fell on my head. I was 15 to save my life. “Holly’s very 16 14 to be 11 on my head, it was 12 horrible to hear. I sighed as I was headed back to the

to hospital and had to stay there for weeks while the doctors 17

with scars on her head, and of course her hair won’t grow there.” 18 wore a scarf to cover them up when I left home. 19 I

As a child, I cared much about my scars, so I

didn’t, people would call me horrible names like Baldy. Although my friends were always comforting me, they never 20 understood how it felt. Then through the hospital I was There, I 22 21 to a children’s burns camp, where children like me can get any help. 23 that she what people say about what you look like because we’re not 26

14-year-old Stephanie, whose burns are a lot more serious than mine. But she is so 24

never lets anyone put her down. “You shouldn’t different from anyone else, Holly,” she my 13th birthday party, to 29 25

me. “And you don’t need to wear a scarf because you look great 27

it!” For the first time in my life I could speak to someone who’d been through something 28

. So weeks later, at

by her bravery, I gave up my scarf and showed off my scars. It felt amazing not having

away behind my scarf. 30 of what I look like and much happier, because I have realized it is your personality (个性) that

Now, I am

decides who you truly are.

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hat still hunger rushed learned happy pressed possibly Although correctly promoted met honest write sown promised in similar allowed hide sick

B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B.

scarf just cold led fought lucky occupied usually Since roughly introduced recognized strong agree with encouraged for strange required give aware

C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C. C.

scars never defeats invited returned lonely left finally If easily reported remembered active pass on ordered without hard guided keep tired

D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D.

cuts seldom burns forced decided poor painted nearly Before really carried caught young listen to calmed beyond important inspired put proud

6 As I held my father's hands one night, I couldn't help but notice their calluses(老茧) and roughness. His hinds tell the story of his life as a 16 . including all his struggles. 17 desert. On one of those hot

One summer. I remember, a drought(旱灾)hit Ontario, turning it into a mornings I was picking sweet com with my dad to fill the last needed, which 19 18

from the grocery store. Fifty dozen was all we 20 quickly. After forty 22 .

took twenty minutes. That morning, however, the process didn't 21

minutes of aimlessly walking in the field, we

needed twenty dozen. I was completely frustrated and

Dropping the basket heavily, I declared, "If the store wants its last twenty dozen, they can pick it themselves!" Dad 23 . "Just think, my little girl, only ten dozen left for each of us and then we're 25 , he never gives up. 24 .” such is Dad—whether

problem he 16 27

, the disastrous effects of the drought were felt all over our country. It was a challenging time for everyone, 28 to be grateful for other things like good health and food on our plates. Only

Dad remained optimistic. He 29

then did I truly begin to

Dad and his faith that guided us through the hard times. 30 . From dawn to dusk, he works countless hours to 31 our family. 33 34 his ,

Dad is also a living example of real He always puts our happiness 32

his own, and never fails to cheer me on at my sports games

exhaustion after long days. His loving and selfless nature has inspired me to become more sympathetic and putting others first. Dad, the life 35

I have learned from you will stay with me forever. You are my father, teacher, friend and,

most importantly, my hero. 16. A. teacher 17. A. stormy 18. A. order 19. A. repeatedly 20. A. go 21. A. yet 22. A. surprised 23. A. apologized 24. A. lost 25. A. meets with 26. A. Thankfully 27. A. or 28. A. happened 29. A. face 30. A. love 31. A. support 32. A. after 33. A. in spite of 34. A. careful 35. A. history B. gardener B. lively B. form B. normally B. begin B. still B. nervous B. cried B. done B. brings up B. Hopefully B. for B. seemed B. appreciate B. pride B. settle B. before B. in terms of B. regretful B. motto C. farmer C. disappearing C. gap C. finally C. occur C. even C. angry C. complained C. gone C. works out C. Unfortunately C. so C. continued C. examine C. friendship C. start C. beside C. in control of C. considerate C. patterns

D. grocer D. burning D. position D. really D. change D. nearly D. frightened D. laughed D. touched D. thinks about D. Strangely D. but D, aimed D. question D. honesty D. impress D. under D. in place of D. humorous D. lessons

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