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2014 ߿Ӣ︴ϰ⣺ 6
It was a bright spring afternoon when Freda told me she wouldnt need me any more. I had just finished my four-hour work ___36___ up and down the stairs of her three-storey home, cleaning the floor and washing the dished. She was___37___ jeans and a sweater. Sitting at the table I had just 38_______. a pile of paper s spread around her. Her husbands___39___ was going to be reduced by thirty percent. And they were trying to live as if it had___40___ happened. I felt sorry for her. but I also felt a sense of___41___.

I had been cleaning Fredas house for five years and had___42___ an unexpected relationship with the family. It was not just_ __43___ I had become an expert at scrapingεdirt stuck to their wooden floor.___44___ that I had learned exactly how to place toys on the girls beds. It was___45___ than that. For I felt I had become a part of their___46___.

Freda stayed at home with the kids,___47___ I would often see her in the morning___48___ them to school. And Id be there when they___49___ home at lunch for sandwiches and piano practice. I had___50___ them grow up. Now I was fired, but the ___51___thing was that I still wanted to keep scraping away the dirt and dust for the family.

I left Fredas house that day, wondering about the___52___ relationship with my clients ˣ Who am I___53___ them? As a matter of fact, Im ___54___ an employee . the lowest kind of employee. But Im also a trusted___55___ of the family. I cant help worrying about what happens around me.

36. A. stepping

B. coming

C. jumping

D. moving

37. A. hanging

B. making

C. wearing

D. changing

38. A. cleaned

B. washed

C. swept

D. brushed


39. A. duty

B. money

C. work

D. pay

40. A. already

B. seldom

C. never

D. yet

41. A. regret

B. surprise

C. fear

D. loss

42. A. started

B. developed

C. improved

D. broken

43. A. why

B. what

C. that

D. which

44. A. but

B. and

C. or

D. for

45. A. less

B. least

C. more

D. most

46. A. life

B. story

C. activity

D. experience

47. A. as

B. so

C. since

D. however

48. A. taking

B. bringing

C. meeting

D. calling

49. A. left

B. returned

C. went

D. marched

50. A. found




51. A. possible




52. A. meaning




53. A. for



D. at

54. A. hardly




55. A. member





37.C 38.A 39.D 40.A 41.D 42.B 43.C 44.C 45.C 46.A 47.B

48.A 49.B 50.C 51.D 52.B 53.B 54.D 55.A


The survey about childhood in the Third World shows that the struggle for survival is long and hard. But in the rich world, children can of poverty of the spirit. 37 36 from a different kind

, one Western country alone now sees 14, 000 38 f ive

attempted suicides (ɱ)every year by children under 15, and one child needs psychiatric()advice. There are many good things about 39

in the Third World . Take the close and

constant relation between children and their parents, relatives and neighbours for example.In the West,the very nature of work puts distance between 40 and

children.But in most Third World villages mother and father do not go miles away each day to work in offices. neighbours working A child community's than 45 43 44 42 41 ,the child sees mother and father, relations and

and often shares in that work.

in this way learns his or her role through joining in the helping to dig or build,look after animals or babies--rather 46 playing

playing with water and sand in kindergarten, keeping pets

with dolls. These children may grow up with a less oppressive sense of space and time than the 47 children. Their sense of days and time has a lot to do with the change

of seasons and positions of the sun or the moon in the sky. Children in the rich world, 48 , are provided with a watch as one of the 50 49 signs of growing up, so that

they can

along with their parents about being late for school times, meal times,

bed times, the times of TV shows Third World children do not usually 51 to stay indoors, still less in highrise

apartments(Ԣ).Instead of dangerous roads,"keep off the grass" signs and "don't speak to strangers",there is often a sense of 52 to study and play. Parents can 53 from ten floors up.

see their children outside rather than observe them 54

, twelve million children under five still die every year through hunger 55 . D. survive D. In other

and disease.But childhood in the Third World is not all 36. A. come 37. A. As usual words B. lea rn B. For instance C. suffer

C. In fact


38. A. by 39. A. child hood 40. A. adults 41. A. Anyhow 42. A. away 43. A. growing up 44. A. activity 45. A. by 46. A. and 47. A. Eastern 48. A. at a ny moment whole 49. A. easiest 50. A. care 51. A. dare 52. A. control 53. A. anxiously 54. A. Above all 55. A. bad 36.C 37.B 38.B

B. in B. poverty B. fathers B. However B. alone B. living through B. life B. from B. but B. good B. at the same time

C. to C. spirit C. neighbours C. Instead C. along C. playing C. study C. through C. or C. poor

D. und er D. survival D. relatives D. Still D. nearby D. working D. work D. with D. so D. Western

C. on the other hand D. on the

B. earliest B. fear B. expect B. danger B. eagerly B. In the end B. good 39.A 40.A 41.C

C. happiest C. hurry C. have C. disappointment C. impatiently C. Of course C. rich 42.D 43.A 44.D

D. quickest D. worry D. require D. freedom D. proudly D. What's more D. poor 45.C 46.C 47.D

48.C 49.B 50.A 51.C 52.D 53.A 54.C 55.A


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