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I never knew how well mother could keep a trust

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导读: IneverknewhowwellmothercouldkeepatrustuntilIwasgoingthroughherthingsaftershedied.I___1___somethingIhadlongforgotten,somethingthathappenedtomeasa(n)___2___.Onenight,asIlayinbed___3___mysistersandIhadsa...
I never knew how well mother could keep a trust

  

I never knew how well mother could keep a trust until I was going through her things after she died. I ___1___ something I had long forgotten, something that happened to me as a(n) ___2___. One night, as I lay in bed ___3___ my sisters and I had said our prayers, I recalled the events of the day and how ___4___ I had behaved towards mother. “I must make things right before going to ___5___.” I thought.

Quietly I slipped out of bed and ___6___ pencil and paper from the dresser, then tiptoed into the hall. The light from the living room ___7___ dimly. I knew mother was downstairs mending socks.

I quickly wrote a note asking mother to ___8___ me for being so naughty. I didn’t want my brothers and sisters to know our business so I ___9___ a postscript: “Please don’t let anyone else see this.” Then I ___10___ moved into my parents’ bedroom and put the letter under mother’s pillow.

The next morning, when I ___11___ my bed after breakfast, I unexpectedly found a ___12___ note under my pillow. Mother wrote that she loved me and forgave me.

This became my way of ___13___ whenever I talked back or disobeyed. Mother always left a return note, ___14___ she never spoke about our under-the-pillow messages in front of the family. Even when we were grown, she never ___15___ them when we brothers and sisters recalled our childhood.

When mother died, I had to go through her ___16___ belongings. In her desk was a bundle of notes tied with a faded ribbon. On top was a message in her handwriting. It read, “In the event of my death, please ___17___ these.”

I turned over the packet and glanced at my handwriting on the bottom. To my ___18___ I recognized my childish writing, “P.S. Please don’t let anyone see this. Love, Edie.”

I gently placed the ___19___ bundle in the waste basket along with other things for the rubbish burner. “Lord,” I prayed, “make me ___20___ my mother!”

1. A. recognized        B. discovered            C. invented D. owned

2. A. teacher             B. child                    C. father                   D. adult

3. A. before              B. since                    C. after                     D. while

4。 A. well                 B. strangely               C. badly                   D. kindly

5. A. work                B. school                  C. sleep                    D. bed

6。 A. picked up          B. turned up              C. brought up            D. carried up

7. A. lighted              B. shone                   C. burned                 D. fired

8. A. take                  B. forgive                 C. want                    D. know

9. A. added               B. put                       C. obeyed                 D. opened

10. A. hurriedly         B. quietly                  C. fairly                   D. worriedly

11。 A. left                 B. made                    C. found                   D. removed

12。 A. return             B. writing                 C. book                    D. asking

13. A. touching         B. connecting            C. apologizing           D. contenting

14. A. so                   B. but                       C. yet                       D. and

15. A. asked              B. explained              C. mentioned            D. informed

16. A. rich                B. personal                C. public                  D. lonely

17. A. destroy           B. keep                     C. open                    D. report

18. A. pleasure          B. surprise                C. interest                 D. disappointment

19。 A. unfolded         B. untied                   C. unopened              D. unwrapped

20. A. leave              B. remember             C. like                      D. hate英语学习资料

 

【答案与解析】

在整理妈妈的遗物时发现了一个小包,由此联想到一段往事。小时调皮或顶嘴后,通过写字条的方式向妈妈道歉,但同时要求妈妈不要向家人提及。妈妈同样用字条的方式回答。尽管现在我们都已长大成人,但她从未向他人提到过,甚至在我们一起回忆小时侯的事时也没有提到过。她去世前还念念不忘仍在小包上写下了字条嘱托我把捆在一起的 notes 毁掉。

1。 B。从上下文看,在母亲死后翻看其遗物时发现了与母亲间的一段往事。

2. B。从下面One day…所举的例子来看,下文所回忆的是发生在小时侯的事情。

3。 C。从 …and I had said our prayers 可推测,在姐妹们和我做完祷告后都睡下了,躺在床上的想起了白天所发生的事情,并决定以一种特殊的方式向妈妈道歉

4. C。下文说向妈妈道歉,这说明在白天的行为很不好,即 behave badly

5。 C躺在床上想着白天发生的事,开始意识到自己错了。从下文 Quietly I slipped out of bed… 等来看,是想在入睡前向妈妈道歉。go to bed 是指上床睡觉,不合语境。

6. A。从下文可知与妈妈是以 note 的方式进行交流,故此处说的是我轻轻地下床,拿起铅笔和纸……”

7。 B。这是那晚发生的事。后面有 …mother was downstairs mending socks,由此可推测起居室的灯亮着,发出暗淡的光。

8。 B。从第一段的 I must make things right before going to sleep 来看,写纸条的目的是承认错误,并希望妈妈原谅或宽恕

9. A通过纸条向妈妈道歉,目的是不让其他人知道,故在纸条上又加了个附笔别让其他人知道add 意为附加,增加。

10. B。从上下文知,这张纸条是我偷偷走进父母的卧室并放在妈妈的枕头下的,故用 quietly 才合乎语境。

11。 B。从上下文知,第二天早晨在整理床铺时发现了字条。make one’s bed 为固定搭配,意为整理床铺

12. A。那晚给妈妈写了张字条,第二条早晨在整理床铺时发现了妈妈写的回条,故用 return。这可从下段 Mother always left a return note得到证实。

13。 C。从后面所提供的 whenever I talked over or disobeyed 可推测,这成为道歉的方式。talk over 意为顶嘴 

14. B。前句说妈妈总是留个字条,后句说她从不在家人面前提及此事,前后为转折关系,故用 but

15. C。前面说妈妈从不在家人面前提及此事,这里通过 Even 一词可知,甚至我们长大后当我们回忆小时侯的事情时妈妈也从未提及过。

16。 B。由 When mother died 可知,这是在收拾妈妈的遗物,故用 personal

17. A。由上文知,妈妈很守信用,从未向家人提到过,当然她也不想在她死后让家人知道此事,故此处用 destroy 才合乎妈妈的心理。

18. B。前面说发现一个小包,上面写着把它毁掉,而翻过包裹后又发现了儿时写的东西,故非常吃惊。

19. C。从上下文看,这个包裹没有人打开过,此时正准备把它与其他的一些废物一块烧掉。

20. C。这是发自内心的 pray—Lord , make me like my mother!

 

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