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    Raju was an honest and kind-hearted boy.One day Raju was returning home from school on foot.Suddenly he saw a few boys throwing(1)
C
C
at a puppy(小狗).The poor puppy was crying bitterly as he was(2)
A
A
injured.Seeing the incident,Raju's heart was filled with(3)
B
B
.Then he told them that he would(4)
A
A
the matter to their parents.On hearing it,the boys(5)
C
C
.Then Raju(6)
B
B
the injured leg of the puppy with a handkerchief to stop bleeding.
    When Raju got home,he told his parents what had happened and(7)
C
C
them to allow him to pet the puppy.With great care the puppy was(8)
D
D
quickly.He named the dog Tom and soon they became close friends.Every time Tom saw his little(9)
C
C
,he would become very happy and wagged(摇摆)his tail.
    Months passed and Tom grew up.One(10)
D
D
morning when Raju started for school,he said goodbye to Tom and Tom(11)
D
D
Raju by wagging his tail.The school ended after the second period(12)
B
B
the increasingly heavy rain.When Raju arrived home,he(13)
A
A
Tom.Hearing his master's call,Tom ran to Raju happily.But all of a sudden,Tom saw a(14)
D
D
just five yards away from Raju and it attempted to bite him.
    To(15)
B
B
his master,Tom rushed to the snake and they fought a terrible fight.The snake was(16)
A
A
at last.After some time,(17)
C
C
,Tom fell down,bleeding.Raju called his little friend by his name,Tom,again and again.But Tom did not(18)
B
B
.He(19)
D
D
of the poison(毒)of the snake.For little Tom(20)
A
A
ran down Raju's face like the showers of rain.

(1) A.erasers B.coins C.stones D.flowers
(2) A.badly B.slightly C.hardly D.nearly
(3) A.happiness B.sadness C.envy D.pride
(4) A.report B.introduce C.whisper D.explain
(5) A.stayed B.laughed C.escaped D.shouted
(6) A.pulled B.tied C.touched D.pushed
(7) A.forced B.ordered C.persuaded D.warned
(8) A.moved B.hidden C.found D.cured
(9) A.father B.teacher C.master D.assistant
(10) A.foggy B.windy C.sunny D.rainy
(11) A.taught B.frightened C.begged D.greeted
(12) A.except for B.because of C.according to D.as for
(13) A.called B.hurt C.hit D.beat
(14) A.dog B.rat C.cat D.snake
(15) A.hug B.save C.comfort D.delight
(16) A.killed B.kicked C.fooled D.cheated
(17) A.therefore B.otherwise C.however D.instead
(18) A.refuse B.respond C.permit D.promise
(19) A.thought B.heard C.dreamed D.died
(20) A.tears B.sweat C.water D.blood
【考点】记叙文品行与态度
【答案】C;A;B;A;C;B;C;D;C;D;D;B;A;D;B;A;C;B;D;A
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发布:2024/7/11组卷:0引用:1难度:0.3
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