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高三阅读理解I remember one of the last few years at a

时间:2019-03-13 21:29  作者:Edmond  来源:www.2abc8.com

 I remember one of the last few years at a theme park. I had spent about 5 years working a booth across from a wonderful comedian.
 
His name was Moonie, he was absolutely amazing, and his skit(滑稽短剧) was done using nothing but gestures and noises instead of words. I remember watching his shows and always being entertained. Even when he was having a bad day, the audience wasn’ t cooperating, his juggling or tight-rope skills weren’t as sharp as he would have liked, he always managed to keep things fun, funny, lively, and fresh. That’s a very hard thing to do considering he did the same skits, gags, and jokes for 5 years several times a clay, each weekend.
 
When I heard it would be his last year performing at the park,1 wan Led Lo thank him for all the amazing shows he had done. He was standing with the crowd after one of his last shows of the day, and as each person dropped a tip into his big basket, he was pointing at them with a huge smile and then saying very playfully “ ... No,you’re the greatest! ” to each one.
 
I approached him and dropped $20 into his basket,and he turned to me then, smiling very brightly, pointing, and continued with another . No, you’re the Greatest!” So I looked at him directly and stopped him saying. “ No,Moonie, you are the greatest. ” I said. “ I have been watching your shows for 5 years from that booth right over there,and I just wanted to say thank you for the years of amazing shows that you have given me.,’
 
He politely asked me what my name was and asked to shake my hand. I accepted and we shared a very deep moment of mutual(互相的)respect and gratitude.
 
I walked away happily, and I know he did too.
 
24. Which of the following about Moonie’s performance is true?
 
A. It was his last performance.
 
B. Few people watched his show that day.
 
C. The author got entertained with his funny words.
 
D. Whatever happened, he would devote himself to the performance.
25. Why did the author say “ No, Moonie,you are the greatest. ” ?
 
A. Because he got $ 20 from Moonie’
 
B. Because Moonie smiled brightly at him.
 
C. Because Moonie said the same words to him.
 
D. Because Moonie’s show impressed him greatly.
 
26. How did Moonie react to the author’s comment?
 
A. He was truly touched. B. He totally disagreed.
 
C. He was confused. D. He was amused.
 
27. What can we learn from the text?
 
A. True praise roots and spreads.
 
B. Falsely praising a person is lying.
 
C. Friendship is the greatest treasure in life.
 
D. Without confidence there is no friendship.
 
答案 24-27 DDAA

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