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第6题单选 My friend Bob always __________ jokes whenever we get together.
第7题单选 Before Tom got to the cinema,the film__________
第8题单选 The driver kept one eye on __________ traffic and the other on __________ map.
第9题单选 I couldn′t find my black gloves __________.
第10题单选 Mary picked up her children′s clothes that __________on the floor.
第11题单选 Jane had already finished cooking __________ the time I got home.
第12题单选 Excuse me,where is the meeting room?
--Just a second. I′ll have someone __________ you there.
第13题单选 I′ll never forget the day __________ I became a doctor.
第14题单选 Your article is well written,but I think you should __________ it again.
第15题单选 There′s plenty of time,so you __________ worry about it.
第16题单选 My bedroom was very small, with the window __________ the street.
第17题单选 A few days ago I visited a friend of __________ and that day I learned a valuable lesson.
第18题单选 --Would you like to go to the theater with me tonight?
__________ ,but I don′t think I can afford the time.
C.I'd like to
D.I'm afraid not
第19题单选 Family members worked hard __________ sure that they had enough food.
第20题单选 The light was so __________ that I had to cover my eyes.
Eleanor Roosevelt was the wife of America′s 32nd president, Franklin Roosevelt. She helped her husband in many ways during his long(21)life. She also became one of the most (22) women in America. She fought for equal rights for all people.
Eleanor was born in New York City in 1884. Her family had great wealth. But Eleanor did not have a happy (23). Her parents died when she was very young. She was raised by her grandmother. Eleanor (24) that as a child, her greatest happiness came from helping others.
tn the early 1900s, many people were worried about the problems of (25) people who came to America in (26) of a better life. Eleanor could not(27) how people lived in such poor conditions while she and some others had so much (28) .
After she finished school,Eleanor began (29) children to read and write in one of the poorest areas of New York City. She also looked into (30) where workers were said to be badly (31).She saw little children of four and five years old working until they (32)to the floor. She became involved(参与) with other women who (33) the same ideas about improving social conditions.
Franklin Roosevelt began (34) Eleanor when he was in New York. They got (35) in 1905. In the next eleven years, they had six children. The Roosevelts moved to Washington D. C. in 1913.
A.technical B.business C.political D.research
A.different B.strict C.lonely D.important
A.job B.dream C.future D.childhood
A.remembered B.forgot C.doubted D.imagined
A.poor B.strange C.foolish D.lazy
A.honour B.search C.memory D.favor
A.receive B.regret C.understand D.admit
A.wealth B.knowledge C.courage D.strength
A.disturbing B.teaching C.forcing D.reminding
A.hospitals B.factories C.schools D.armies
A.followed B.chosen C.protected D.treated
A.dropped B.run C.jumped D.sank
A.discovered B.allowed C.shared D.mentioned
A.praising B.visiting C.attacking D.controlling
A.married B.separated C.accepted D.united