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1. 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

Worth the pain in the end

    I used to
hate running. It seemed too hard and pushing outside my comfort zone was not
something I was raised to do.

    In fact, I
wouldn’t have become a1if it weren’t for my husband Charles. He
had been a serious competitive runner for many years. After our marriage, he
wouldn’t stop talking about how much he missed it.

    “So
start running again, why don’t you?” I was getting 2 of hearing about it.

    So he
picked it up again, and after about a year, I started to join him at the track
(跑道). Just a few weeks later, Charles signed us both up for a
five-kilometer race. I 3about doing it. It was too soon.

    But on 4 day, there I was.

    The gun
went  5.
Thousands of runners pushed forward.

    The first
kilometer was 6.

    “I
don’t think I’m going to make it.” I was already breathing heavily and
painfully aware of the group of runners  7 past me.

    “No,
you’re doing 8“, said Charles. He was trying to
encourage me, to get me focused on something other than my  9.

    “I
can’t, ” I said, 10 audibly (听得见地).

    He tried a
different way to 11 me.
“Just make it to that house and let’s see how you feel.”

    After
another minute I saw the three-kilometer
12. All I could think of was that I was
dying and that my husband was torturing (折磨) me.

    Miserable
doesn’t even begin to describe  13 I felt. And there was so much 14.

“You’ll be fine. You’ve got less than a kilometer to go.”

    I rounded
a corner and saw both sides of the street thick with people watching the race,
all cheering the runners on. I 15 my legs to keep going.

    Then I
looked up and saw the clock. The seconds ticking away (一分一秒地过去) gave me an incentive (助力). I knew that if
I finished this race, I would have achieved something. So, I straightened up,
and kicked it.

    I had my
arms held higher when I passed 16the
finish line. A volunteer put a 17 around my neck.

    “You
did great! I’m so 18 of
you!” Charles was thrilled that I’d 19 it.

    “That
was AMAZING! I want to do another race. This running stuff is amazing!” I
proudly hugged my medal as we started to walk to the post-race festivities.

    My lungs
and my comfort zone both 20.

(1)


A .
runner


B .
traveler


C .
racer


D .
cheerleader

(2)


A .
afraid


B .
tired


C .
aware


D .
confident

(3)


A .
thought


B .
dreamed


C .
hesitated


D .
cared

(4)


A .
race


B .
sport


C .
show


D .
task

(5)


A .
on


B .
off


C .
up


D .
down

(6)


A .
long


B .
short


C .
easy


D .
tough

(7)


A .
brushing


B .
walking


C .
pounding


D .
sliding

(8)


A .
wrong


B .
right


C .
great


D .
bad

(9)


A .
disability


B .
dishonor


C .
disgrace


D .
discomfort

(10)


A .
barely


B .
nearly


C .
merely


D .
roughly

(11)


A .
advise


B .
persuade


C .
order


D .
force

(12)


A .
signal


B .
symbol


C .
point


D .
mark

(13)


A .
how


B .
what


C .
when


D .
why

(14)


A .
sweat


B .
anger


C .
pain


D .
pleasure

(15)


A .
willed


B .
dragged


C .
pulled


D .
supported

(16)


A .
by


B .
over


C .
at


D .
through

(17)


A .
ring


B .
necklace


C .
medal


D .
scarf

(18)


A .
ashamed


B .
guilty


C .
sure


D .
proud

(19)


A .
done


B .
made


C .
taken


D .
caught

(20)


A .
developed


B .
expanded


C .
changed


D .
progressed

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