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2012-06-03 08:05:39|  分类: Lectures |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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Most people have no idea of the hard work and worry that go into the collecting of those fascinating birds and animals that they pay to see in the zoo. One of the questions that is always asked of me is __1__ I became an animal collector in the first __2 __.The answer is that I have always been interested in animals and zoos. According to my parents, the first word I was able to say with any __3__ was not the conventional "mamma" or "daddy",__4__ the word "zoo", which I would __5__ over and over again with a shrill __6__ until someone, in groups to __7__ me up, would take me to the zoo. When I __8__ a little older, we lived in Greece and I had a great __9 __of pets, ranging from owls to seahorses, and I spent all my spare time __10__ the countryside in search of fresh specimens to __11__ to my collection of pets.__12__ on I went for a year to the City Zoo, as a student __13__ , to get experience of the large animals, such as lions, bears, bison and ostriches,__14__ were not easy to keep at home. When I left, I __15__ had enough money of my own to be able to __16__ my first trip and I have been going __17__ ever since then. Though a collector's job is not an easy one and is full of __18__ ,it is certainly a job which will appeal __19__ all those who love animals and__ 20__ .

  1.A.how B.where C.when D.whether

  2.A.region B.field C.place D.case

 3.A.clarity B.emotion C.sentiment D.affection

  4.A.except B.but C.except for D.but for

  5.A.recite B.recognize C.read D.repeat

  6.A.volume B.noise C.voice D.pitch

  7.A.close B.shut C.stop D.comfort

  8.A.grew B.was growing C.grow D.grown

  9.A.many B.amount C.number D.supply

10.A.living B.cultivating C.reclaiming D.exploring

  11.A.increase B.include C.add D.enrich

12.A.later B.further C.then D.subsequently

  13.A.attendant B.keeper C.member D.aide

  14.A.who B.they C.of which D.which

 15.A.luckily B.gladly C.nearly D.successfully

  16.A.pay B.provide C.allow D.finance

 17.A.normally B.regularly C.usually D.often

  18.A.expectations B.sorrows

  C.excitement D.disappointments

  19.A.for B.with C.to D.from

  20.A.excursion B.travel C.journey D.Trip

答案: 1-5 ACABD       6-10 CBACD              11-15 CADDD              16-20 DBDCB 

  

  

Children model themselves largely on their parents.They do so mainly through identification. Children identify 1 a parent when they believe they have the qualities and feelings that are 2 of that parent.The things parents do and say—and the 3 they do and say to them—therefore strongly influence a child's 4 .However, parents must consistently behave like the type of 5  they want their child to become.
  A parent's actions 6  affect the selfimage that a child forms 7 identification. Children who see mainly positive qualities in their 8 will likely learn to see themselves in a positive way.Children who observe chiefly 9 qualities in their parents will have difficulty 10 positive qualities in themselves.Children may 11 their self-imagehowever, as they become increasingly 12 by peers groups standards before they reach 13 .
  Isolated events, 13 dramatic ones do not necessarily have a permanent 14 on a child's behavior.Children interpret such events according to their established attitudes and previous training.Children who know they are loved can, 15 , accept the divorce of their parent's or a parents early 16 .But if children feel unloved, they may interpret such events 17 a sign of rejection or punishment.
  In the same way, all children are not influenced 18 by toys and games, reading matter, and television programs. 19 in the case of a dramatic change in family relations, the 20 of an activity or experience depends on how the child interprets it.

1.A.to B.with C.around D.for
2.A.informed B.characteristic C.conceived D.indicative
3.A.gesture B.expression C.way D.extent
4.A.behavior B.words C.mood D.reactions
5.A.person B.humans C.creatures D.adult
6.A.in turn B.nevertheless C.also D.as a result
7.A.before B.besides C.with D.through
8.A.eyes B.parents C.peers D.behaviors
9.A.negative B.cheerful C.various D.complex
10.A.see B.seeing C.to see D.to seeing
11.A.modify B.copy C.give up D.continue
12.A.mature B.influenced C.unique D.independent
13.A.not B.besides C.even D.finally
14.A.idea B.wonder C.stamp D.effect
15.A.luckily B.for example C.at most D.theoretically
16.A.death B.rewards C.adviceD.teaching
17.A.as B.being C.of D.for
18.A.even B.at all C.alike D.as a whole
19.A.Oh B.Alas C.Right D.As
20.A.result B.effect C.scale D.cause

 

答案与解析:
1.B
identify
with连用,意为…………联系起来
2.B
文中的意思是“……代表他父母特点的品质和情感Inform“通知conceive“想象indicative“指示的characteristic“特点、特性
3.C
这里way是指父母的行为方式。gesture手势,expression表情,extent范围,这三项与上行文不符。
4.A
这里是说父母的行为方式对孩子的行为影响强烈。behavior行为,words语言,mood心情,reactions反应,均不符合题意。
5.A
这里是说父母必须始终如一地表现出想让他们的孩子成为的那种类型的人。human指人类,creatures指生物,adult指成年人。
6.C
前面是说父母的言行会强烈地影响孩子的行为,这里是说父母的言行还影响孩子的自我形象,所以用连词also.in turn依次;nevertheless然而;as a result结果。
7.D
这里是说孩子通过鉴别身份形成自我形象,因此选择through.
8.B
根据下文:children who observe chiefly negative qualities in their parents…,可以看出答案。
9.A
由上句positive可以推测出此处要选其反义词negative.
10.B
have difficulty
indoing sth.“……有困难,固定用法。
11.A
however可以看出,这句话的意思是对前面子女的自我形象要受到父母的言行影响的转折。modify“修改、修饰give up“放弃copycontinue不符合文义。
12.B
influenced“
受影响的mature“成熟的unique“惟一的independent“独立的。句后用by…作介词短语,故此处需要一个过去分词。
13.C
这里是说孤立的事件,甚至是富有戏剧性的事,都不一定会对孩子的行为产生永久的影响
14.D
have an effect on“
……产生影响,固定搭配。
15.B
逗号后面的一句是对前句的解释,是举例说明,故选for example.
16.A
这里or与连接的两个词都应是意义相似的令人不愉快的事,选项中与divorce相对应的词只有death.
17.A
interpret
as搭配,意为……理解为
18.C
这句是说并不是所有的孩子同样地都受到玩具、游戏、读物、电视节目的影响。alike”同样地,意思最接近。
19.D
as“
正如……”AB项选择是感叹词,后面多用逗号。Right在意思上不合适。
20.B
本句意为:家庭关系的突然变化或某种经历对孩子的影响取决于他们对这些事如何理解。result“结果effect“影响scale“刻度cause“原因

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