语 篇 提 能 Ⅰ.完形填空 Once upon a time there lived on the bank of a river a miller ( 磨坊 主). He was __1__ singing happily. People all over the land liked to talk about his pleasant __2__. At last the
king __3__ him. “I'll go down and __4__ with him，” he said. “Perhaps he can tell me how to be __5__.” As soon as he stepped into the mill, he heard the miller __6__， “I envy (羡慕) nobody, for I'm as happy as I can be. And nobody envies me.” “You're __7__， my friend，” said the king. “I envy you, and I would gladly change __8__ with you if I could only be as lighthearted as you are.” The miller smiled, and __9__ to the king. “I'm sure I couldn't think of changing places with you, sir，” he said. “Now __10__ me，” said the king, “what makes you so cheerful here in your dusty mill, __11__ I, who am king, am sad and in __12__ every day.” The miller smiled and said, “I don't know why you are sad, but I can __13__ tell you why I'm glad. I earn my own bread, I love my family and my friends, and I __14__ not a penny to anyone. Why should I not be happy? For every day the river __15__ my mill, and the mill grinds (碾碎) the __16__ that feeds my family.” “Say no more，” said the king. “__17__ where you are, and be happy still. Your dusty cap is more valuable than my __18__ crown (王 冠). Your mill does more for you than my __19__ can do for me. If 1 there were more such men as you, what a good place this __20__ would be！” 1．A. seldom C. sometimes 2．A. taste C. ways 3．A. heard about C. discussed with 4．A.
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