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1.31 There was a very special teacher who made a far –reaching difference in my life Fall, 1959, the first day of class atB)ethesdaChevyChase High School was about to begin. “Who”,I asked a senior , is Mrs. McNamara, my 10thgradeEnglish 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 were36__to write an in-class essay about one of the topics , The following day , she would _37__thd corrected and graded essays and each person would bi called __38__to stand in front of the class and to _39hisher essay The class were required to criticize(评论)that essay 40__the grade of everyone in class would be reduced The first time that I_41__her read-write criticize method I had not ___42to 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 myselfAnd_____50__, Thank you Mrs. McNamara .
(A) nodded
(B) laughed
(C) apologized
(D) shouted
2.32.
(A) trouble
(B) sorrow
(C) danger
(D) anger
3.33.
(A) behavior
(B) evaluation
(C) activity
(D) thought
4.34.
(A) review
(B) performance
(C) practice
(D) homework
5.35.
(A) added
(B) related
(C) contributed
(D) advised
6.36.
(A) expected
(B) persuaded
(C) allowed
(D) advised
7.37.
(A) collect
(B) return
(C) send
(D) receive
8.38.
(A) on purpose
(B) at first
(C) by chance
(D) in turn
9.39.
(A) talk through
(B) hand over
(C) read out
(D) show off
10.40.
(A) so
(B) and
(C) but
(D) or
11.41.
(A) tried
(B) adopted
(C) examined
(D) experienced
12.42.
(A) undertaken
(B) attempted
(C) examined
(D) experienced
13.43.
(A) remember
(B) attempted
(C) bothered
(D) hesitated
14.44.
(A) playing jokes on
(B) making a fool of
(C) trying a trap for of
(D) taking advantage
15.45.
(A) brave
(B) careless
(C) proud
(D) selfish
16.46.
(A) above
(B) within
(C) behind
(D) below
17.47.
(A) tendency
(B) preference
(C) determination
(D) sense
18.48.
(A) improvements
(B) pains
(C) difficulties
(D) advantages
19.49.
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
20.50.
(A) did
(B) could
(C) had
(D) would