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Do you know Li Yugang? He dresses like a woman and sings like a bird.He used to win the third prize in CCTV's “Star Road”.And many people could know him from news and TV and so on.He is famous now.

Though Li Yugang sings folk songs,he seems to have the spirit of Mei Lanfang.In fact,the young man had learnt something from Mei Lanfang's students.

People in China usually don't like cross­dressing (it is known as fanchuan) in the past.But people are really surprised at Li's beauty and grace when he sings and dances. A fan club quickly appears on the Internet. They suggest Li play the role of Mei Lanfang in a film. And many young people also seem to be very interested in cross­dressing.

Then why do people accept fanchuan suddenly now? Maybe the tradition of Beijing Opera plays an important role. It also shows that Chinese society is becoming more and more tolerant.

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1.Li Yugang won the third p______ in “Star Road” for his b______ and grace. He seems to have the s______ of Mei Lanfang.

2.Many of Li's fans suggest he ________ ________ ________ of Mei Lanfang in a film. Many young people also begin to be ________ ________ cross­dressing.

3.Li Yugang likes folk songs and Beijing Opera very much.

4.Why do people accept fanchuan suddenly now?

__________________________________________________

5.__________________________________________________

 

On March 3, 1887, the lives of two amazing women were changed forever when Anne Sullivan, a poor university graduate, arrived at the home of the wealthy Keller family to teach their six-year-old daughter Helen. It was a difficult job as Helen was unable to see, hear or speak because of illness.

Anne had been suggested to the Kellers by her university professor, a close friend of Mr. Keller. Before she arrived, Anne expected her new pupil to be a quiet, weak child. But Helen was nothing like that. When Anne first walked through the Kellers’ door, the energetic Helen nearly knocked her over in her hurry to feel Anne’s face, clothing and bag.

Helen was used to visitors bringing her sweets, and angrily tried to force open Anne’s case to take her candy. But Anne calmed her down by allowing Helen to play with her watch. So began one of the most successful student-teacher relationships in history.

Anne Sullivan was only twenty years old when she began teaching Helen. She had to not only teach the child all the usual school subjects, but also control Helen’s sometimes wild behaviour. Her well-meaning parents allowed Helen to do as she liked at home. Realizing that such an environment was unsuitable for learning, Anne requested that she and Helen live in a small house nearby.

As soon as Helen began learning, it became clear that she was especially intelligent. She quickly learned to read and write, and by the age of ten she could also speak.

In 1900, Helen started studying at Radcliffe University, and graduated first in her class in 1904. She was the very first blind and deaf person to get a university degree. How did she do it? Anne Sullivan read all of Helen’s books and then signed the information into her hand. Anne remained at Helen’s side until her death in 1936. Helen became a world-famous writer, and fought for disabled people’s rights until her death on Jun 1, 1968.

1.How did Anne come to work at the Kellers’ home?

A. She replied to a job advertisement.

B. She was introduced by her family friend.

C. she was recommended by her university professor.

D. She met Mr. Keller while studying at university.

2.What surprised Anne most about Helen when they first met?

A. How intelligent Helen was.

B. Helen gave Anne a gift.

C. The way Helen’s parents treated her.

D. How forceful Helen was.

3.According to the passage, Helen’s parents______.

A. allowed her to do as she wished

B. gave her too many gifts and sweets.

C. did not spend much time with her

D. cared little about her education.

4.Which of the following is NOT true about Helen’s university studies?

A. She was greatly helped by Anne.

B. She was the best student in her class.

C. She was able to graduate in three years.

D. She was the first deaf and blind university graduate.

5.According to the passage, both Anne and Helen_____.

A. died in their 60s    B. were well educated

C. came from rich families    D. fought for human rights

 

My uncle John used to live in a beautiful little house by the sea in Atlantic City.I say he “used to” live there ______ he doesn't live there any more.He was killed two years ago.

Uncle John wrote novels.He not only ______ his job,but also made a lot of money doing it.

After Uncle John's death,I came to stay in his house for a while.I had been there for two days when I ______ a message on the screen of the old computer.I was very surprised,because I thought the computer had been ______.The message said,“You have a new ______!” When I read it,I thought it looked like the ______ of a novel.“This looks interesting,” I thought.“It must be from one of Uncle John's friends.” I decided I should make an answer to the e­mail to tell him or her that Uncle John was ______.

Every day,more emails kept arriving.I printed copies of all of them.The story was about Jane Winterbourne,a young writer working on her first novel.She sent her novel to Jack Tanner,an old writer and asked him to ______ her to publish it.However,he cheated her,and published the novel himself—pretending that he had ______ it.Tanner made a lot of money,and bought himself a house by the sea in Atlantic City.It was then that I realized that Jack was ______ to be Uncle John.

1.A. so    B. because    C. though    D. once

2.A. lost    B. finished    C. changed    D. enjoyed

3.A. sent    B. noticed    C. read    D. typed

4.A. broken down    B. turned off    C. sold out    D. put away

5.A. information    B. post    C. mail    D. business

6.A. picture    B. story    C. end    D. beginning

7.A. dead    B. sick    C. out    D. busy

8.A. teach    B. help    C. show    D. refuse

9.A. missed    B. corrected    C. written    D. bought

10.A. pointed    B. spelt    C. meant    D. called

 

(题文)We take_pride_in her.She is the first Asian professional tennis player to win it.(同义替换)

A. are interested in    B. are terrified of

C. are proud of    D. are used to

 

The tour guide has made the route for the school trip.We don't need to ________ that.

A. be worried about    B. be afraid of

C. be sorry for    D. be good at

 

(题文)The year of 2014 was a hard time to my friend Lin Mei,but she didn't________ hope.

A. pick up    B. use up    C. put up    D. give up

 

It’s very nice __________ you __________ my parents your best wishes.

A. of; sending    B. of; to send

C. for; to send    D. for; sending

 

(题文)The peaceful music in the CD made the students ________ relaxed.

A. feel    B. feels    C. felt    D. to feel

 

—Look! The goldfish is dying.

—What a pity! This kind of goldfish________a lot of care and attention.

A. has    B. offers    C. requires    D. receives

 

(题文)—Many students don’t know how to        difficulties and become worried.

—I think they should ask the teacher for help.

A. play with    B. deal with    C. talk with    D. come up with

 

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