座右铭中含难 易的字有哪些

吃得苦中苦,方为人上人,这句话就是我的座右铭。在这句话的激励下,我克服了许多困难,每当我看到这句话时,我的脑海里就自然的浮现出一件事。

在我读2年级的时候,我数学很差。看着别人考试都考90多分,而我却只有80多分,虽然我按时完成作业,但是分数怎么也高不起来。这种情况维持了一个学期,到了下学期,新来了一个魏老师。她不仅叫我做课内作业,还单独要我做课外作业。我自言自语地说:“有什么好做的,上课认真听讲不就行了。“没想到这话被魏老师听见了,她叫我去她办公室,我心想:这下可糟了,又要被挨骂了!我慢慢的走到办公室。没想到魏老师不但没骂我,还说:”我之所以叫你做课外作业,就是想提高你的成绩。没听说过‘吃得苦中苦,方为人上人’吗?“听过这话后,我学习更认真了,考试次次第一,也成功当上了数学大组长。

“吃得苦中苦,方为人上人”告诉我们要比别人更努力,就可以取得更大的成就。

《完形填空5》

(一)

LastspringIwaswalkinginapark.Ashortdistanceaheadofmewasamomandherthree-year-old1.Thelittlegirlwasholdingastring(细绳)thatwasattachedtoaheliumballoon.

Allofasudden,a2windtooktheballoonfromthelittlegirl.Ithoughtshewouldscreamandcry.

But,no!Asthelittlegirlturnedtowatchherballoon3

intothesky,shecheerfullyshouted,“Wow!”

Ididn'trealizeitatthatmoment.Butthatlittlegirlhad

taughtme

4.

Laterthatday.I5aphonecallfromapersonwithnews

ofanunexpectedproblem.Ifeltlikesaying,“Ohno,whatshould

wedo”But

6thatlittlegirl.Ifoundmyselfsaying:“Wow,that'sinteresting!Howcan

Ihelpyou”Onething'sforsure—life'salwaysgoingtoputus7balancewiththingswedon'texpect.However,howwerespond(反应)tothemisour8.Wecanchoosetobefrustratedorfascinated(着迷的).

Nomatterwhatthesituationis,afascinated“Wow!”willalwaysbeata(n)9“Oh,no.”Sothenexttimeyouexperienceoneoflife'sunexpectedguests,rememberthatlittlegirlandmakeita“Wow!”experience.The“Wow!”response10works.1.A.sonB.cousinC.daughterD.sister

2.A.softB.heavyC.strangeD.strong

3.A.walkB.riseC.jumpD.run

4.A.anythingB.nothingC.everythingD.something5.A.tookB.receivedC.gaveD.accepted6.A.thinkingB.memorizingC.rememberingD.discussing7.A.offB.intoC.onD.in

8.A.problemB.choiceC.businessD.work9.A.excitingB.differentC.frustratedD.helpful10.A.sometimesB.alwaysC.seldomD.hardly

(二)

MadisonGlinskiisyoung,butsheisfamousbecause

sheoftenraiseslandhelpsmanypeopleinneed。

Lastyear,MadisonmadeaNewYear'sresolutiontohelp

poorchildren.Shedecidedtoraise£500forachildren's

hospital.2didsheraisethemoneyShecameupwith

an3.Shethoughtshecouldplaytheviolinvery

well..Aftertheyknewaboutherresolution,they5somemoneywithout

hesitation.Soonsheraised£5006.

.Madisononcecollectedoldthingsfromherfriendsandneighbors,Shemadesomemoney8sellingthem.,shoesandclothesforthepoorchildreninAfrica.MadisonalsostartedaJustGivingpageontheInternet.She10morepeopletodonatemoneyonline.Shebelievedthatshecouldhelpmorepeople。

1.A.toysB.clothesC.shoesD.money

2.A.WhichB.WhenC.WhyD.How

3.A.opinionB.ideaC.articleD.exam

4.A.cryB.runC.performD.stand

5.A.putawayB.gaveawayC.ranawayD.wentaway6.A.clearlyB.successfullyC.1oudlyD.carefully7.A.moreB.lessC.betterD.worse

8.A.fromB.byC.withD.through

9.A.soldB.boughtC.borrowedD.collected10.A.encouragedB.refusedC.stoppedD.regretted

(三)

Atiredtravelerwasridinghishorsethewholedaylhesawashadygrove(小树林)oftrees.He2thehorseandafterlettingthehorseeatthegrassnearby,helaydownunderashadytree.

Afterafewhours,.Hesawastrongsticklyingontheground.Now,heknewthat5musthavestolenhishorse.Hepickedthestickandstartedwalkingtowardsthenearbyvillage.

Hewenttothevillage's6.Thenhewavedthestickandshouted.“WhohasstolenmyhorseWhoeverhasdonethismust7myhorseorIwilldowhatIhaddoneinthemarketlasttime.”

Byhisloudvoice,thethiefgot8.Hebroughtthehorseandhandeditovertothetravelerandaskedinawhisper,“Whatdidyoudolasttimewhenyourhorse9?”

Thetravelersmiledandsaid,“Oh!Ibought10horseinthecity.”1.A.sinceB.whenC.althoughD.while

2.A.gotupB.turnedoffC.tookoffD.gotoff3.A.missingB.illC.hungryD.asleep

4.A.rideB.findC.feedD.1eave5.A.anybodyB.nobodyC.somebodyD.everybody6.A.marketB.bankC.schoolD.poo1

7.A.sendB.returnC.borrowD.train8.A.scaredB.tiredC.excitedD.annoyed9.A.stoleB.isstolenC.wasstealingD.wasstolen10.A.otherB.theotherC.anotherD.others

(四)

Once.a1azyrabbitnamedMonulivedinaforest.Heneverdidlworkathome.Hewalkedandhopped(跳跃)slowly.Heneverreachedanywhereintime2hewasslowandlazy.Hisparentsalways3him,“Son,yourlazinesswillmakeyousufferoneday.Pleasechangethisbadhabit.”

ButMonuneverpaidattentiontotheir4.Hedidnotchangehisbadhabitoflaziness.

OnedayMonuwas5underashadytree.Someotherrabbitswereplayingnearby.Justthenanotherrabbit,namedSonu,sawawolfcomingdownthepath.Hewenttotheotherrabbitsandsaid,“Friends.1etusrunaway.Thewolfiscominghere.Hewill6usup.”

Alltherabbitsheardhimand7.SonutriedtowakeupMonubuthesaid,“Oh!Thewolfisstill8fromhere.Letmesleep9longer.”

Sonuwentaway.Soonthewolfcametothespot.Monucouldnotrunawayintime.Thewolfjumpeduponhimandkilledhim.SotheMonulosthis10becauseofhislaziness

1.A.someB.anyC.manyD.much

2.A.becauseB.soC.butD.and

3.A.praisedB.askedC.warnedD.minded

4.A.ideaB.planC.actionD.advice5.A.shoutingB.cryingC.lyingD.jumping6.A.dressB.eatC.giveD.put

7.A.ranoffB.tookoffC.turnedoffD.felloff8.A.differentB.oppositeC.freeD.far

9.A.1ittleB.fewC.alittleD.afew10.A.wayB.1ifeC.directionD.mind

(五)

Doyouknowwhat“payitforward”meansIt'snotpayingforsomething1youbuyit.“Payingitforward”istodosomething2foranotherpersonfornoreason.Thenthatpersoncando3niceforsomeoneelse,too.

Youmaythinkitdoesn'tseemlikemuch.4thiskindactcanspreadreallyfast.

EarlythisDecember,awomanwas5McDonald'sinFlorida.US.Shealsoboughtthenextperson'smeal.Well,thatpersondidthe6thing,andthenextpersondidtoo.Soon,250peopleboughtmealsfor7person!

Youcan“payitforward”bydoingsomethingextraniceforanyonearoundyou.Just8littlethings,likehelpingyourmomcleanthe9withoutherasking.Itcanmakeaperson'sday.Then,,anyonecanmaketheworldabetterplace.

1.A.beforeB.afterC.whenD.while

2.A.helpfulB.kindC.niceD.happy

3.A.anythingB.somethingC.nothingD.everything

4.A.SoB.OrC.AndD.But

5.A.buyingB.sellingC.makingD.asking

6.A.1ittleB.sameC.bigD.different

7.A.otherB.theotherC.anotherD.theothers

8.A.1ookatB.careforC.workoutD.1ookfor9.A.houseB.streetC.schoo1D.classroom10.A.withB.forC.aboutD.without

(六)

Agoodfriendofmine,Gabriel,hadasmallfarminalittletown.Heonlyhadacowanddreamedabouthavingalargecattleranch(畜牧场).

Heoncetoldhisfather,“Dad,Iwouldliketohavethat1overthere.2canIgetit”

Hisfather3himtogoandtalktothelandownertoseehowtheycouldgettheland.Gabrielreplied,“Butwedon'thavethe4.”Hisfathersaid,“Donotworry;goandtalktohim.”

SeveralyearshavepassedandrightnowGabrielnotonlyownsthelandbutownsaThemeParkthatincludes5cows,asmallzoo,andmuchmorefunforthewholefamilyenjoyment.

Ayearago,whentheparkwasalreadyattractingahugenumberoftourists,Gabriel'swifeSarahhadadream.“Iwantto6thebiggestcowintheworld.”shesaid.

Theycalledafriendofmine,ManuelHernandez,forthistask.Inthreedayshehadplansforthewholeproject.Thentheyasked,“Howmuchwillit7”Manuelsaiditwasalotofmoney.“8willloan(贷款)usthatmoneytobuildaCow”,theythought.Butthemanagerofthebanktrustedthemandlentthemmoney.LastOctober,LaManuela,thebiggestcowintheworldwasopenedtothepublic.Itis9meterstalland16meterslong.Thecowactuallyeatsyou...andyoucantravel9thecowlearninghowgrassisturnedintomilk.10,youcomedownfromtheudder(乳房)ofthecowcompletinga17minutemagicalrideinsidethecow.1.A.roomB.1andC.farmD.house

2.A.WhyB.WhereC.WhatD.How

3.A.encouragedB.orderedC.stoppedD.refused

4.A.planB.placeC.moneyD.wish

5.A.severalhundredofB.onehundreds

C.onehundredsofD.severalhundredsof

6.A.buyB.buildC.feedD.see

7.A.costB.payC.takeD.spend8.A.SomebodyB.Everybody

C.NobodyD.Anybody

9.A.nearB.outsideC.byD.inside10.A.FromnowonB.AtlastCJusthenDAtfirst

(七)

ItwastheChristmasof1961.Iwasteachinginasmall

towninOhio,US.Theremy27thirdgraderslookedforwardtoChristmasDay—allofthemexceptonelittlegirl.Ilwhatwouldhappentothisquietchild,oncesohappy,nowsosad.Ihopedthe2wouldmakeherhappy.Alterallshewasonlyakid.But3did.

ChristmasDayfinallycame.Wewereexcited.Throughitall.shesatquietlywatching.Ihadmadeaspecialbagforher,Iwantedverymuchtoseeher4,Sheopenedthepackagesoslowlyandcarefully.Iwaited5sheturnedaway.Afterschoolthechildrenleftinlittlegroups.butshewalkedalone,watchingthemgooutthedoor.Whenshecametome.shegavemeasmallwhitebox.“For6”

Iasked.Shesaidnothing,butnoddedherhead.Iopenedit.Therewasagoldenchain(链子)inthebox.InaflashIknewshehadmadeitforhermother.amothershewould7seeagain,amotherwhowouldneverholdherorbrushherhairorshareafunnystorywithhereveragain.Hermother8threeweeksago.

Iheldoutthechain.“Maria.itissobeautiful.Shewouldhavelovedit.”Neitherofuscouldstopthe9.Shestumbled(蹒跚)intomyarms.AndforthatmomentIbecameher10,forshehadgivenmethegreatestgiftsofall:hertrustandlove.

1.A.knewB.thoughtC.1earnedD.wondered2.A.festivalB.giftC.gameD.story3.A.nothingB.everythingC.anyoneD.something4.A.gradeB.giftC.smileD.surprise5.A.andB.orC.ifD.but

6.A.meB.herC.himD.you7.A.alwaysB.sometimesC.neverD.seldom8.A.wentbyB.passedawayC.setoffD.movedaway9.A.storyB.happyC.timeD.tears10.A.friendB.sisterC.motherD.teacher

(八)

Iwasdrivingbymyselfonahotsummerdaywhentherewassomethingwrongwithmycar.IknewIwasin1.Luckily,Iwasonthetopofahillandrolleddownintoasmallvillage.Istoppedthereandthought,“Wow,whatamIgoingtodonow?”Itwas11pm,dark,andIwas2.

RightwhenIwasstartingtopanic(恐慌),atruckpulled

upandthedriverasked3theproblemwas.Itoldhimwhat

hadhappenedandhesaid,“Don'tworry,mybrotherownsa

partsstore.I'11gethimto4thestoreforyou”.

“No,it'stoo5,”Isaid,“He'sprobablysleeping

andIdon'twantto6himupforastrangerinneedofa

carpart.

Themansaid,“Comeon,hewon't7”Hisbrother,whohadbeensleeping,immediatelyjumpedoutofbed,gotinthetruckwithus,openedthestore,andfoundthepartforme.

Itriedtopaythem8theirhelp.buttheyrefused.“That'sOK.Gladwecould

help!Maybeyoucanhelp9someday.

I'll10forgetthosewords.Thesetwomenare“everydayheroes”.1.A.peaceB.troubleC.dangerD.need2.A.happyB.nervousC.boredD.worried3.A.whereB.howC.whatD.who4.A.sellB.openC.buildD.1ock5.A.1ateB.darkC.earlyD.bad6.A.bringB.takeC.wakeD.give7.A.careB.standC.hearD.mind8.A.withB.forC.onD.at9.A.someoneelseB.elseanyoneC.elsesomeoneD.anyoneelse

10.A.everB.alwaysC.hardlyD.never

(九)

Whichworddoyoulike.canorcan't7Whatevermymothertoldoraskedmetodowasalways1bymywords.“Ican't.”VeryfewtasksorgoalsthatI2todowereevercompleted.

“Iwantyoutoreadthisarticle.”Motherbegan.“It's

aboutMarloThomas.Shetells3asimplepoemchanged

herlife.Shewentfromsaying.Ican'tto4.According

tothisarticle.shewasableto5herlife,andhercareer,

bylearningthelessonsinthepoem.

IthoughtitmustbegreattobeMarlo!Besideherphotowasthepoemmymotherhadspokenof,asimplepoemcalled“Ican”.

“Iwantyouto6thatpoem.”Mothersaid.

“Mom.”Icomplained.“Ican'tlearnthatpoem.It'stoo7!”

“It'snottoolongandyes.youcanlearnit.Iwantyoutoknowitperfectlybythistimetomorrow。”

Idroppedmyshoulders,turnedandmademywaybacktomybedroom8themagazineinmyhand.Withaheavyheart.Ilayonmybedandbeganmytask.“Can'tisawordthatisthe9ofambition(雄心),”Ibegan.Irepeatedthesentence.IrepeateditagainandagainuntilImemorizedit.“Anenemywaitingtojumponyourstrengthofwill…”I10untilthefollowingevening.whenIproudlyrecitedthepoemthathascontinuedtobemymotto(座右铭).

MsThomasdidnotknowme,butherstorychangedmylifeforever.1.A.refusedB.completedC.followedD.forgot2.A.wentbackB.setoutC.wentonD.setup3.A.howB.whenC.whatD.that

4.A.IwillB.IdoC.IcanD.Imay5.A.trainBholdC.reachD.change6.A.memorizeB.readC.forgetD.manage7.A.difficultB.longC.boringD.meaningless8.A.withoutB.atC.onD.with

9.A.enemyB.friendC.teacherD.father10.A.readB.stoppedC.continuedD.finished

(十)

InChina,Teachers’DayisonSept.10.Itisadaytoshow

respectandappreciation(感谢)toteachers.IntheUSA,there

isalsoadaywhichisset1teachers.It'scalledTeacher

AppreciationDay.Infact,USschoolsappreciatetheir2the

wholefirstweekinMay.TeacherAppreciationDayfallsonthe

Tuesdayofthatweek.

Duringthewholeweek,Americanschools3host(主办)specialpartiesfortheirteachers.Theygiveteachersgiftsandsnacks.Theyalso4some“Thankyou”signsontheschoolwalls.

Americanstudentsusuallygivesmallgiftstotheirteachers.Theywantto5theirappreciationtothem.Theyalsowanttotelltheirteachershowgreat6are.Itisagoodideatogivesome7orsnackstoteachers.Forexample,anappleisOK.Anotherpopulargiftisathank-youcard.USteacherslovesuchasmallcard8it'sheartfelt(真诚的)andmeaningful.What'smore,thecardis9tomake.Everystudentcanmakeit.Studentsdon'tneedto10muchmoneyforthethank-youcard.Doyouwanttomakeathank-youcardJusttry.

1.A.forB.withC.underD.as2.A.parentsB.teachersC.studentsD.relatives3.A.neverB.hardlyC.seldomD.usually4.A.putupB.putoffC.putoutD.puton5.A.warnB.adviseC.expressD.prevent6.A.heB.sheC.weD.they7.A.flowersB.fruitsC.drinksD.food8.A.althoughB.becauseC.sothatD.since9.A.difficultB.easyC.heavyD.light10.A.takeB.spendC.payD.cost

参考答案

(一)

1.C2.D3.B4.D5.B6.C7.A8.B9.C10.B

(二)

1.D2.D3.B4.C5.B6.B7.A8.B9.B10.A

(三)

1.B2.D3.A4.B5.C6.A7.B8.A9.D10.C

(四)

1.B2.A3.C4.D5.C6.B7.A8.D9.C10.B

(五)

1.A2.C3.B4.D5.A6.B7.C8.D9.A10.B

(六)

1.B2.D3.A4.C5.D6.B7.A8.C9.D10.B

(七)

1.D2.A3.A4.C5.D6.A7.C8.B9.D10.C

(八)

1.B2.D3.C4.B5.A6.C7.D8.B9.A10.D

(九)

1.C2.B3.A4.C5.D6.A7.B8.D9.A10.C

(十)

1.A2.B3.D4.A5.C6.D7.B8.B9.B10.C

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