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Camels certainly like eating green grass, not dry grass. But

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Camels certainly like eating green grass, not dry grass. But 1. (strange), camels always keep looking for dry grass 2. their stomachs are filled up.

A classmate of 3. (I) whose home is on the edge of Turpan Basin in Xinjiang told me his home has two camels; he said you could imagine a camel’s appetite, for it can slowly swallow dozens of kilograms of hay (干草). I asked him 4. camels eat hay, not green grass. He said the camel is a kind of animal with 5. strong sense of suffering, 6. (fear) its master letting it travel through the desert the next day, and the hay in its stomach is more hunger-resistant 7. green grass.

The camel has the best tolerance. Unfortunately, many people can only see a camel’s outstanding performance, but few understand its 8. (prepare) made for it.

Life, 9. a camel traveling through the desert, 10. (need) the adequate accumulation, but not everyone can understand it.

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1.strangely

2.until/ till/ before

3.mine

4.why

5.a

6.fearing

7.than

8.preparations

9.like

10.needs

【解析】

试题分析:考查副词动词介词等的用法。

1.strangely考查副词。副词放在句首。

2.until/ till/ before 考查介词。直到它们饿了,所以用until/ till/ before都可。

3.mine考查名词性物主代词。a ckassmate of mine等于my classmate,所以用mine。

4.why考查疑问副词。由后文的回答,可知此处用。why。

5.a考查冠词。a sense of固定搭配,所以用a。

6.fearing考查形容词。由前文的suffering可知此处用fearing。

7.than考查副词。more.....than固定搭配。

8.preparations考查名词。preparation是可数名词。

9.like考查动词。生命,像骆驼在沙漠中旅行,所以用like。

10.

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