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I always wondered how people would react if I tried to approach a total stranger for help in a busy place like a street corner or in a noisy mall. I have always hurried past a stranger who tried to catch my attention in a busy place or when I am rushing around.

Yesterday, I was in a busy shopping mall buying a large piece of luggage because I just had the time to do it after many days of planning. After the purchase in one of the large shops, I picked up my phone from my pocket to call my driver waiting in the parking lot but my phone was dead.

I then requested the shop assistant who had just sold me the luggage to ring the number of my driver for me and she replied that it was the shop policy that they cannot use mobile phones while working in the shop.

I got out of the shop onto the busy street in front and approached a young mother with her two kids to make a request. As soon as I said “Excuse me, madam”, she grabbed both her kids and ran. I felt like a kidnapper.

I stood there, wondering how many times I had reacted to strangers like the young mum. I stood there in the busy street with people rushing by, looking at their faces to see if there was a sign of kindness on their faces.

I saw a man pretty shabbily dressed. He seemed to have noticed me and I just stopped him expecting him to rush past. My request escaped the lips. He immediately called the number of my driver and waited till my car came to be sure I was picked up, and he turned around before I could thank him adequately and was gone. I was surprised by his kindness and hope I will do likewise to strangers who try to catch my attention from now on.

1.The author turned to others for help to       .

A. charge up his dead phone    B. test their reaction to a stranger

C. call his driver to pick him up    D. catch their attention to him

2.Who gave the author a helping hand at last?

A. The shop assistant.    B. The shabbily-dressed man.

C. The mother with two kids.    D. Nobody.

3.Why did the author expect the man to rush past when stopping him?

A. The author was hopeless after seeking help in vain.

B. The man may be too poor to own a phone.

C. The man didn’t look safe.

D. The author found himself mistaken for a bad person.

4.What does the author learn from his experience?

A. Kindness can turn strangers into friends.

B. Helping strangers is easier said than done.

C. Experience is better gained through practice.

D. Do to others what you would like others to do to you.

 

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1.C 2.B 3.A 4.D 【解析】 本文为夹叙夹议文。作者买了东西,想打电话让司机接他。由于手机死机无法打电话,所以向许多人求助但没有成功,最终是一位衣着破旧的人帮...
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D. explain how mobile messaging apps have become so popular

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