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I had just arrived in this Asian country for a one-year teaching完形填空           ★★★
I had just arrived in this Asian country for a one-year teaching完形填空
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完形填空 (共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
I had just arrived in this Asian country for a one-year teaching position. One day, I took the subway to visit some ancient palaces and temples in the downtown. The following account of what happened to me has taught me much about culture   21  .
Since all the   22   were taken, I stood. Suddenly, I felt someone pulling on my bag.   23   I probably was in someone’s way, I moved over slightly. But in one quick motion (动作), I felt my bag removed from my back, and in a flash it was    24  . I turned around to see who the thief was. I looked at the people standing behind me, but didn’t see my bag or any   25  . My heart sank and I began to   26  .
I glanced around the car only to find directly across from me was an elderly lady, and sitting on her lap was my    27  . I tried to get it back from her lap. But as I began to    28   it up, she quickly grabbed (抓住) it back and held onto it. I looked around at the people standing beside me, and those sitting beside her, but no one took any    29   of the situation. Trying not to cause a(an)   30  , I tried to negotiate through gestures. I used my hands as best as I could, but she    31   my requests for my bag and pointed to my back. She picked up my bag, showing how    32   it was. I finally began to understand. She was holding my bag to    33   me.
At the next stop, a middle-aged woman got on the crowded subway. Another elderly woman sitting down took her bag,    34   it on her lap. They didn’t talk;    35   this older woman was more than pleased to sit with this stranger’s bag on her lap throughout her journey.
As the subway pulled into the main downtown station and I was getting ready to get off, the woman    36   handed me back my bag. But    37  I had a chance to thank her, she had disappeared into the crowd.
Sadly, this considerate custom was more    38   to me than if I had been robbed. Everyone back home had heard of being robbed—that was    39  city behavior—but having a stranger hold onto someone’s bag out of    40  , in a city of twelve million people—that was truly unusual.
21. A. loss                B. aim                 C. cause     D. difference
22. A. cars                B. seats                   C. buses                  D. stations
23. A. Deciding           B. Assuming            C. Admitting              D. Expecting
24. A. broken                 B. emptied             C. opened              D. gone
25. A. victim    B. criminal    C. suspect    D. passenger
26. A. panic                  B. scream                  C. leave                  D. regret     
27. A. book               B. bag                 C. money                  D. map
28. A. pull                B. bring                   C. check                   D. wrap
29. A. advantage             B. charge                  C. notice                 D. photo
30. A. attack                 B. scene                   C. accident            D. change 
31. A. received           B. handled             C. considered             D. ignored
32. A. heavy               B. small                  C. useful                    D. special
33. A. remind                 B. tease                   C. help                D. warn
34. A. dropping           B. tapping             C. closing             D. setting
35. A. yet                    B. so                  C. or                  D. because
36. A. angrily                B. gratefully             C. anxiously              D. gently
37. A. until                  B. once                     C. before                    D. while
38. A. amusing            B. surprising              C. annoying           D. disappointing
39. A. usual                  B. harmful             C. practical               D. suitable
40. A. curiosity                B. pity                 C. kindness            D. desperation
21-25  DBBDC    26-30  ABACB     31-35  DACDA    36-40  DCBAC


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