课时作业(十) Music 音 乐
1．—Why can she keep such a good figure?
—She________great importance to regular exercise. A．attains B．attracts C．attaches D．applies
2．Tom put his heart into the wildlife research，and finally，his efforts________him great success and fame.
A．saved B．earned C．made D．offered
3．The singer is always very________to the reaction of the audience when she gives a performance.
4．Little children should go to school to learn something.______，they should learn how to behave well in social life.
A．After all B．In all C．At all D．Above all
5．The beautiful scenery in Switzerland is very ________to the tourists from the whole world.
A．grateful B．attractive C．valuable D．popular
6．The teacher wants the children to feel ________about asking questions when they don’t understand.
A．certain B．concerned C．sure D．confident 7．No one can ________ him in singing.He is the most popular singer among college students.
C．fit D．go with
8．The work we are doing is quite difficult，so your support will certainly________.
A．make any difference B．make a difference C．be very different D．be of some difference
9．My parents will move back into town in a year or________. A．later B．after C．so D．about
10．Beijing expected China’s rich civilizations to________the world with a
happy surprise at the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympic Games.
A．show B．attract C．present D．perform 11．I can’t give my son the leading position.________，he is too young；secondly，I want Mr Smith to have the job.
A．After all B．For example C．In the end D．To begin with
12．You should________your post，or you will be punished by your manager. A．stick to B．insist on C．persist in D．keep on
13．________on a true story，the film is well worth________. A．To base；to see B．Based；seeing C．Basing；being seen D．Basing；seeing 14．Da Vinci was________as one of the greatest artists because of his paintings. A．recognized B．realized C．looked D．thought 15．Finding a job in such a big company has always been________his wildest dreams. A．under B．over C．above D．beyond Ⅱ.完形填空
I was off back to work one evening and my two children were sewing things on the sewing machine.My eleven-year-old daughter was，in the midst of her __1__，going to assist her older brother in making a little cushion.I left，and in a few hours returned to find a mess in the kitchen，front room，and __2__ children sitting in front of the television.
Having had a long day，I was very __3__ with my greeting to them and then I noticed the __4__ my daughter had used.It had been __5__ to make a coloured baby blanket，and now had chunks (厚片) cut out of almost every __6__ of it.Not stopping to listen，I __7__ at the children and explained how __8__ I was at what had been done. My daughter listened to me sheepishly (怯懦的)，trying not to __9__herself at all，but the pain could be seen __10__ across her face.She went back to her room __11__，and spent some time in there alone __12__ she came out to say good night and once again __13__ for the mistake she had made.
A few hours later，as I was preparing to go to bed，there on my bed __14__ a beautiful little cushion made out of the __15__ fabric (布料)，with the words “I LOVE MUM”．Alongside it was a note __16__ again.
To this day，I still get tears in my eyes when I think of __17__ I reacted and still feel the pain of my actions.It was I who __18__ sheepishly went to her and apologized for my actions.I display with great __19__ the cushion on my bed，and use it as a constant __20__ that nothing in this world is greater than a child’s love. 1.A.assessment B．project C．housework D．task 2．A.all B．neither C．both D．either 3．A.informal B．long C．unwilling D．short
4．A.tool C．material 5．A.invested C．kept 6．A.sort C．part 7．A.exploded C．accused 8．A.glad C．excited 9.A.protect C．control 10．A.passed C．painted 11．A.quietly C．bitterly 12．A.after C．before 13．A.admitted C．regretted 14．A.rolled C．stood 15．A.stored C．forbidden 16．A.apologizing C．intended 17．A.which C．that 18．A.anyhow C．otherwise 19．A.satisfaction C．pride 20．A.sentence C．reminder
B．wood D．fibre B．bought D．stored B．kind D．piece B．poured
D．congratulated B．disappointing D．angry B．defend D．express B．sweeping D．written B．shyly D．instantly B．then D．when B．cried
D．apologized B．lay D．hung
B．apologized D．delighted B．what D．how B．then D．later
SOUTHPORT，ENGLAND—A British teaching union famous for strange ideas has supported proposal to employ dogs as classroom assistants.
At the annual conference of the Professional Association of Teachers in Southport，northwest of England，one person suggested properly trained dogs be able to keep order in primary schools.They can round up lost children and protect those who experience unfortunate “accidents”．Wendy Dyble，a Shetland Islands woman who teaches children up to age seven，made it clear to her fellow friends that she was not “barking mad”．They obviously believed her，supporting her idea by 16 votes to 13，with a total of 63 abstentions (弃权)．