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成都七中2020届高三零诊模拟考试英语试卷及答案(3)

时间:2019-07-12 19:47  作者:Edmond  来源:本站整理

I was five years old when my little brother, Mark, was born. Looking back at photos, I appeared so thrilled that he had finally  arrived. I held and bathed him,  smiling from cheek to cheek. I do not remember that feeling now.  

Being the first child in the family, I was the one my parents tested their new parenting techniques on. I was their guinea pig(小白鼠). Mark was always the happy one, the joker, the one who won because of my battles with my parents. 

After too many fights, I declared war on Mark. We were now enemies. All I remember is being jealous of  (妒忌)and angry with my innocent little brother.  

Thus I made his life a  misery. I teased, tricked, embarrassed, and fought  with him, often leaving him in floods of tears. Our little sister was born when I was 11 and instantly she and Mark could not be separated. They pushed me aside. 

Was this because I was becoming a  monster , or did I grow into an uglier green﹣eyed  monster because they loved each other so much? 

Thankfully, Mark quickly grew tall and strong, and our conflict looked more like a cold war than bloodshed (流血) . 

It all  ended suddenly when I went to study abroad. The hatred disappeared and love climbed in. 

Despite all the abuse Mark suffered, he has implied that he has forgiven me, or even that there is nothing to forgive, although I have never brought up the subject in too much detail. I would like to; however, it would be a self ish move to look  for  more  forgiveness.  But  I  prefer to  remember the  hurt.  During  all those  wasted  years,  I  should  have  been the loving sister, defending instead of attacking.  

 

24. How did the writer feel at the birth of her brother? 

A. Worried.           B. Excited.            C. Surprised.         D. Disappointed. 

25. Why did the writer consider her brother as her enemy?  

A. She didn’t like  her brother.                 B. She’d like  to be a monster. 

C. She used to be ill﹣treated.                     D. She did so out of jealousy. 

26. When did the writer ’s hatred of her brother disappear?  

A. At the birth of her sister.                       B. At the start of their cold war.  

C. When she studied abroad.                     D. When the bloodshed ended. 

27. What does the writer really  want to tell us in the passage? 

A. She felt regretful for what she had done.        B. She was never forgiven by her brother.  

C. She was looking for more forgiveness.           D. She suffered much abuse from her brother.  

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