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2007 高考英语湖北卷 Many years ago, I owned a service station and roadhouse on the main road between Melbourne and Adelaide. One very cold, wet night at about 3:30 A.m., there was a 41 on the front

door of our house. A young man, wet from 42 to toe, explained that he had 43 out of petrol about 30 km up the road. He had left his pregnant 怀孕的) wife and his two children 44 ( at the car and said that he would hitchhike(搭便车) back. Once I had 45 a can with petrol, I took him back to his car where his two-year-old and four-year-old children were both 46 ,saying that they were colD. Once the car had started, I suggested that he 47 me back. Before leaving, I had turned the heater 48 in the roadhouse, so that when we went in, it was nice and 49 .While the little ones played and ran 50 , I prepared bread and butter for the children, and hot chocolate for the 51 . It was about 5 A.m. before they 52 .The young fellow asked me how much he 53 me and I told him that the petrol pump(加油泵) had 54 $15.He offered to pay “call-out fee”, but I wouldn’t accept it. About a month later, I received a 55 from Interstate, a large bus company that we had been trying to 56 to stop off at our roadhouse for a long time. It 57 out that the young fellow I had helped was its general manager, the most 58 person in the company. In his letter, he thanked me again and 59 me that, from then on, all their buses would stop at my service station. In this 60 ,a little bit of kindness was rewarded with a huge amount of benefits. 41.A.kick B.hit C.beat D.knock 42.A.finger B.shoulder C.head D.hand 43.A.driven B.used C.come D.run 44.A.away B.behind C.over D.out 45.A.supplied B.poured C.equipped D.filled 46.A.sleeping B.crying C.quarrelling D.fighting 47.A.allow B.ring C.lead D.follow 48.A.on B.off C.in D.over 49.A.neat B.hot C.warm D.attractive 50.A.around B.inside C.nearby D.along 51.A.drivers B.guests C.customers D.adults 52.A.left B.arrived C.ate D.disappeared 53.A.gave B.paid C.owed D.offered 54.A.appeared B.exhibited C.calculated D.shown 55.A.call B.letter C.check D.notice 56.A.get B.force C.requite D.hope 57.A.pointed B.turned C.worked D.found 58.A.generous B.successful C.serious D.powerful 59.A.praised B.persuaded C.informed D.convinced 60.A.lesson B.business C.aspect D.case 参考答案 41-50 D C D B D B DACA
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51-60 D A C D B

ABDCD

2008 高考英语湖北卷 On a warm Monday, Jenny Neilson bought a sandwich and parked her car under some trees. Rolling down the windows to 41 in fresh air, she settled back to enjoy her lunch. Suddenly she 42 a big bald(秃顶的)man running through the parking lot. Before she came to 43 what would happen, the man was there, shouting through her window, “Get out!” Neilson 44. Pulling open her door, the man seized her 45 the neck and hair, and threw her out of the car onto the ground. She screamed, 46 her purse and the keys. Two reporters of the local newspaper, Robert Bruce and Jeff Jackson, just outside their office building on a 47, heard the screams and began running . When they 48 Neilson’s car, the attacker had jumped into the driver’s seat and was 49 searching for the keys. Bruce opened the door, and he and Jackson dragged the man out. The attacker 50 back. But even in his cornered panic, he was no 51 for the two athletic men. Reggie Miller, a worker of the local newspaper, heard the screams, too. He rushed back to the office to 52 the police, and then ran back with some plastic ropes —— used to tie up newspapers.With his arms 53 tight behind him, the prisoner looked up and said 54 , “I hope you guys feel good about yourselves—— you just caught one of the most wanted men.” They 55 him and waited for the police. Later, Bruce and Jackson were shocked to learn the man was the 56 carjacker (劫车者) and suspected murderer, whose 57—— but with a full head of hair—— had been recently printed in their own newspaper. Neilson considers herself lucky 58 she suffered injuries. She believes the story might have had a 59 ending if those good people had not come to her aid. “Unfortunately,” she said, “many people would 60 have done what they did, and that’ the real truth.” 41. A. bring B. let C. gather D. send 42. A. recognized B. watched C. noticed D. met 43. A. realize B. understand C. imagine D. conclude 44. A. escaped B. struggled C. refused D. obeyed 45. A. by B. around C. with D. on 46. A. burying B. forgetting C. offering D. grabbing 47. A. trip B. visit C. break D. holiday 48. A. started B. stopped C. entered D. reached 49. A. carefully B. madly C. disappointedly D. patiently 50. A. fought B. turned C. jumped D. shouted 51. A. match B. target C. equal D. companion 52. A. remind B. phone C. invite D. beg 53. A. rolled B. folded C. bent D. tied 54. A. angrily B. kindly C. coldly D. warmly 55. A. caught B. thanked C. comforted D. ignored 56. A. ordinary B. professional C. honest D. outstanding 57. A. picture B. background C. character D. story 58. A. and B. but C. though D. when 59. A. ridiculous B. similar C. strange D. different 60. A. sometimes B. never C. often D. forever 参考答案 41-50 B C A C A DC D BA 51-60 A B D C D BAC D B
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2009 高考英语湖北卷

There was a very special teacher who made a far –reaching difference in my life.

。 。

Fall, 1959, the first day of class at Bethesda Chevy Chase High School was about to begin. “Who”,I asked a senior , is Mrs. McNamara, my 10thgrade English teacher? He just __31__and said something about my begin in __32__. Soon , Understood what he meant Mrs. McNamara had a pattern of _33_that she repeated again and again , we would have a literature reading task for_34__The next day , when we came to class , there would were_36__to write an in-class essay about one of the topics , The following day , she would _37__the corrected and graded essays and each person would be called __38__to stand in front of the class and to _39_his\her essay The class were required to criticize 评论) essay 40__the grade of everyone in class would be ( that reduced The first time that I_41__her read-write criticize method I had not _42_to do the homework and had written something without knowing what it meant __43_the extreme embarrassment I suffered , standing before my classmates __44__myself No one laughed at me , no one would be ___45__enorgh , or foolish enough, to do that in Mrs. McNamara’s class. The embarrassment came from ___46__and along with it came a strong __47__not to let it happen again Mrs. McNamara kept all of our written work in files. It was easy to see the __48__in writing that had occurred. What was not so easy to see was the inner transformation that had taken peace, at least for me. What Mrs. McNamar__49__me to do was to see myself as others see me and, having done that, I could improve myself And__50__, Thank you Mrs. McNamara 31. A. nodded 32. A. trouble 33. A. behavior 34. A. review 35. A. added 36. A. expected 37. A. collect 38. A. on purpose 39. A. talk through B. laughed B. sorrow B. evaluation B. performance B. related B. persuaded B. return B. at first B. hand over
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C. apologized C. danger C. activity C. practice C. contributed C. allowed C. send C. by chance C. read out

D. shouted D. anger D. thought D. homework D. advised D. advised D. receive D. in turn D. show off

40. A. so 41. A. tried 42. A. undertaken 43. A. remember 44. A. playing jokes on 45. A. brave 46. A. above 47. A. tendency 48. A. improvements 50. A. did

B. and B. adopted B. attempted B. attempted

C. but C. examined C. examined C. bothered

D. or D. experienced D. experienced D. hesitated D. taking advantage D. selfish D. below D. sense D. advantages D. would

B. making a fool of C. trying a trap for of B. careless B. within B. preference B. pains B. could C. proud C. behind C. determination C. difficulties C. had

参考答案 31-40 B A C D B

ABDC D

41-50 D C D B A

B CACA

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2010 高考英语湖北卷 The passengers on the bus watched with sympathy as Susan made her way carefully up the steps. She paid the driver and then, using her hands to 31 the seats, settled in one of them. It had been a year since Susan became blind. As the result of an accident she was suddenly thrown into a world of 32 . Susan’s husband Mark watched her 33 into hopelessness and he was 34 to use every possible means to help his wife. Finally, Susan felt ready to 35 to her job, but how would she get there? She used to take the bus, but she was now too 36 to get around the city by herself. Mark 37 to ride the bus with Susan each morning and evening 38 she could manage it by herself. For two weeks, Mark 39 Susan to and from work each day. He taught her how to rely on her other 40 , specifically her hearing, to determine where she was and how to adapt to her new 41 . At last, Susan decided that she was ready to try the trip 42 . Monday morning arrived. Before she left, she hugged her husband 43 , her eyes filled with tears of gratitude(感 激).She said good-bye and, for the first time, they went their 44 ways. Each day went perfectly, and a wild excitement 45 Susan. She was doing it! On Friday morning, Susan took the bus to work 46 . As she was getting off the bus, the driver said, “Miss, I sure 47 you.” Curious, Susan asked the driver 48 . “You know ,every morning for the __49_week,a fine-looking gentleman in a military uniform has been standing across the corner watching you until you enter your office building safely,” the bus driver said. Tears of happiness poured down Susan’s cheeks. She was so lucky for he had given her a gift more powerful than_50_,That is the gift of love that can bring light where there is darkness. 31.A. touch B.grab C.count D.feel 32.A.weakness B. sickness C.darkness D.sadness 33.A.run B.sink C.jump D.step 34.A.inspired B.determined C.honored D.pleased 35.A.return B.adjust C.contribute D.stick 36.A.dred B.astonished C.depressed D.frightened 37.A.volunteered B.attempted C.continued D.struggled 38.A.when B.as C.until D.after 39.A.drove B.direted C.accompanied D.sent 40.A.feeling B.organs C.skills D.senses 41.A.position B.environment C.status D.role 42.A.on her own B.in person C.to her benefit D.on foot 43.A.politely B.calmly C.briefly D.tightly 44.A.opposite B.separate C.fixed D.lonely 45.A.took charge of B.took place of C.took advantage of D.took hold of 46.A.as usual B.as a rule C.as well D.as a consequence 47.A.respect B.evry C.know D.support 48.A.what B.how C. why D.who 49.A.past B.same C.first D.next 50.A.courage B.will C.sight D.wisdom 参考答案 31-40 D C B B A D A C C D 41-50 B A D B D A B C A C
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2011 高考英语湖北卷 The young wonman entered the pool where an injured dolphin(海豚)was swimming.Despite her fear, she felt strong wearing her new leg . In her second grade . Maja 31 her cousin.Jasmina.After Jasmina’s death.Maja swore she would honor the little girl by 32 with a dolphin, an animal that both girls 33 .” Jasmina never got the chance to do it.” says Maja, now32, “so I 34 that someday I’d do it for her.” In high school, Maja was 35 about sports.She even planned to become an athlete. 36 , in 1993, during the civil war in her home country, a bomb 37 her left leg . After two years’ 38 inthe U.S., Maja received her first artificial (人造的)leg, but 39 it didn’t fit well, walking for Maja was very painful 40 , she managed to graduate from a local high school. Then after receiving a 41 from Saint Francis University, she got a job at an insurance firm and 42 started her own company. To relax, Maja 43 often watch the dolphins play at an aquarium(水族馆)near her home.A young dolphin, Winter, who had lost its tail, caught her 44 . One day, Maja happened to see trainers 45 Winter with a high-teeh tail.When they were done.Winter swam freely in the water.Maja was 46 .She managed to find the inventors of Winter’s tail.Within ten days, she had a new leg which freed her of the 47 that had troubled her for almost 16years. Now Maja was ready to keep her 48 .She went to the aquarium.Lowered herself into the pool and held out a hand to Winter, who approached 49 , then swam away.After a few minutes, the dolphin let Maja 50 its back. Finally, the two began to swim around the pool together. 31.A.lost B.visited C.rescued D.left 32.A.talking B.living C.swimming D.surfing 33.A.adored B.adopted C.possessed D.purchased 34.A.pretended B.decided C.perfected D.agreed 35.A.positive B.enthusiastic C.particular D.curious 36.A.Undoubtedly B.Surprisingly C.Strangely D.Unfortunately 37.A.took away B.took over C.cut down D.cut out 38.A.study B.operation C.treatment D.experiment 39.A.until B.because C.although D.if 40.A.Otherwise B.Therefore C.Besides D.However 41.A.scholarships B.degree C.prize D.notice 42.A.gradually B.actually C.eventually D.naturally 43.A.might B.should C.could D.would 44.A.eye B.leg C.nose D.hand 45.A.decorating B.guiding C.marking D.fitting 46.A.inspired B.puzzled C.shocked D.amused 47.A.worry B.sadness C.pain D.fear 48.A.appointment B.promise C.record D.habit 49.A.blindly B.angrily C.gratefully D.cautiousl 50.A.strike B.cover C.touch D.wipe

参考答案 31—40 ACABB

DACBD

41—50 BCDAD
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ACBDC

2012 高考英语湖北卷 I tend to accept any idea put forward by experts on TV. One day, a sociologist proposed that the 31 society has been consuming modern humans little by little. For fear that I would become a victim of the consumer society, I 32 hurried to a bicycle shop in my neighborhooD. 33 the shopkeeper Mr. Johnson was selling me the bicycle, he said, “This is the best thing you 34 have done. Life has become hopelessly 35 . A bicycle is simple, and it brings to you 36 things: fresh air, sunshine and exercise.” I agreed. Happy as a child, I got on the bicycle and headed out onto the streets. After some time, I 37 at the other end of the town. I was 38 that this simple vehicle could let me 39 long distances in a fairly short time. But how 40 did I really go? Since I hated to be 41 , I went back to Mr. Johnson and asked him to 42 an odometer (里 程表) on my bicycle. He agreed, but 43 , “An odometer without a speedometer (速度计) is like a 44 without a knife.” I admitted he was right and in a few minutes, the two devices (装 置) were 45 to the handlebars of my bicycle. “What about a horn?” he then asked. “Look, this horn is no larger than a matchbox and has many 46 .” Attracted by these functions, I bought the horn. “You can’t leave the back part 47 ,” noted Mr. Johnson. He fixed a metal box with buttons 48 the seat, and said, “Is there anything better than this oven when you feel 49 on your way? I can give you a special discount.” I was not strong enough to 50 the offer. “I congratulate you once more; this is the best thing you could have done,” said Mr. Johnson in the end. 31.A. adult B. human C. consumer D. bachelor 32.A. eventually B. immediately C. reluctantly D. gratefully 33.A. Although B. Because C. As D. Unless 34.A. would B. should C. must D. could 35.A. boring B. complicated C. stressful D. tough 36.A. natural B. mysterious C. complex D. unique 37.A. gave up B. broke down C. calmed down D. ended up 38.A. amazed B. amused C. confused D. concerned 39.A. march B. drive C. cover D. measure 40.A. far B. long C. fast D. deep 41.A. unreliable B. impractical C. unprepared D. inaccurate 42.A. fix B. check C. repair D. lay 43.A. swore B. added C. replied D. concluded 44.A. pencil B. fork C. box D. cake 45.A. distributed B. converted C. applied D. attached 46.A. shapes B. sizes C. functions D. models 47.A. loose B. blank C. bare D. incomplete 48.A. beside B. before C. below D. behind 49.A. sick B. hungry C. hot D. thirsty 50.A. consider B. withdraw C. make D. resist

参考答案 31-40 D A B C D

BCDBD
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41-50 C B C D B

ADACA

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