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2024届高一年级第三次月考英语试卷第一部分:听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。1.HowmuchwastheTVset?A.$120.B.$60.C.$90.2.Whatdoesthemanmean?A.Tomwasrunningaroundthecorner.B.Tomwastalkingwiththepostman.C.Tomwashelpingthepostmanwithhiswork.3.Whatdoesthemanwanttodo?A.Coolhimselfdown.B.Buyafan.C.Useelectricity.4.WhydidthebosscriticizeJoseph?A.Hewaslateforwork.B.Hequarreledwiththemanspeaker.C.Hecriticizedthemanspeakertooseriously.5.WhoisFiona?A.Thewomanspeaker.B.Daisy’ssister.C.Thompson’ssister.第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)听下面5段对话。每段对话后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6至8题。6.Whatwastheweatherlikelastweek?A.Toowarm.B.Niceandsunny.C.Neitherhotnorcold.7.Whatseasonisitnow?A.Summer.B.Winter.C.Autumn.8.Whatdoesthemanthinktheweatherwillbelikethisweekend?A.Hethinksit’llrain.B.Hedoesn’tthinkit’llrain.C.Hethinksit’llbecloudy.听第7段材料,回答第9至11题。9.Whatcanweknowaboutthesinginggroup?A.It’smadeupof15girls.B.Itpracticesonceeveryotherweek.C.Everymembercomesontimeforeachpractice.10.Whatisthesinginggroupdoingthesedays?,A.Practicingeightsongs.B.Performinganewsong.C.Practicingforaschoolshow.11.Whatcanweknowaboutthenewsong?A.ItsnameisSundays.B.It’swrittenbyasingerofthegroup.C.It’swrittenbyafamousmusician.听第8段材料,回答第12至14题。12.Whatisthefatherreadingatthebeginningoftheconversation?A.Anovel.B.Anewspaper.C.Amagazine.13.Whatkindofbookdoesthegirlwanttoread?A.Abookaboutanimals.B.Abookondolls.C.Abookaboutcandyandcookies.14.Whatdoesthegirl’steachersayaboutreading?A.Thegirlshouldreadbookseveryday.B.Thegirlcanborrowbooksfromthelibrary.C.Thegirloughttoreadatleasttenbooksanight.听第9段材料,回答第15至17题。15.Wherearetheyplanningtogointhemorning?A.Toazoo.B.Toanartmuseum.C.Totheseashore.16.Whydoesthewomanwanttogoshoppinginstead?A.Tomeetherfriendthere.B.Tobuysomeclothes.C.Tobuyagiftforherfriend.17.Whataretheytalkingabout?A.Acityguide.B.Ashoppingcenter.C.Atravelplan.听第10段材料,回答第18至20题。18.Whatisthemainideaofthispassage?A.HowasupermarketmakespeoplespendmoremoneyB.HowyoudecidewhatyouaregoingtobuyinasupermarketC.Whodecideswhatyoushouldbuyinasupermarket19.Whydoesthefoodthateverybodymustbuyspreadalloverthestore?A.Toprovideagoodservice.B.Toleadcustomerstoallsectionsofthestore.C.Tomakeiteasyforcustomerstolocatethefood.20.Howmuchdopeoplespendaftertheyhavebeeninastorefor30minutes?A.40centseachminute.B.1500centsintotal.C.Fivedollarseachminute.第二部分 阅读理解(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。ALongBeach,a28-mileareaofbeach,liesinsouthwesternWashington,andisgenerallycalledLongBeachPeninsula.Communitiestheretakeyoubacktoolddaysofasimplelife.Here,visitorscanrelaxandenjoythegoodofatotalrest.BirdwatchingTherearedifferentkindsofbirdsonLongBeach.It'sbestifyouwatchthemfromadistanceand,don'ttrytofrightenthem.TheSouthwestLoopRouteMapcanbegotthroughtheLongBeachPeninsulaVisitorsOfficebycallingl-800-451-2542.HorsesApopularactivityonLongBeachishorsebackriding.TwobusinessesinthecityofLongBeachofferguidedhorsebacktoursalongthebeach:BlackCountryWildernessOutfittersandSkipper'sEquestrianCenter.Youmayalsobringyourownhorse.Amongtheadventuresofferedwithhorsesisawagonridealongthebeach,acarriageridethroughSeavieworLongBeach,abackcountrypacktrip,orasunsetridebyhorsebackonthebeach.CampingRVandtentcampingaren’tallowedonthebeach.Campfiresareallowedwithin100feetoffthebeach,butmustbeawayfromthedrygrass.SwimmingandotheractivitiesSwimmingisallowed,butyoumustbecareful.Thewatersareverycoldanddangerous.Surfingisadvisedonlyforexperiencedsurfers.Beachdrivingisallowedatcertainareasonthebeach.Thespeedlimitis25mph.Buildingsandcastles,diggingsandtofindsomething,ridingbicyclesandflyingkitesarealsopopularactivitiesintheareaEnjoyyourtriptoLongBeach,Washington!21WhatcanwelearnaboutLongBeachfromthepassage?A.Itis28kilometerslong.B.Itspeopleliveasimplelife.C.ItliesinsoutheasternWashington.D.Itisaworld-famoustouristattraction.22WhichofthefollowingisallowedonLongBeach?A.Tentcamping.B.Diggingsandtofindsomething.C.Settingcampfiresfarawayfromthebeach.D.Drivingatthespeedof30mphalongthebeach.23Thepassageismostprobablytakenfrom________.A.atravelguideB.anewsreportC.aninstruction(说明书)D.aresearchpaperBInanincredible(难以置信的)displayofcompassionandkindness,amanfromTurkeywasspottedtryingtowarmapigeoninthemostcreativeway.SabahattinYilmazwasathomeonechillyday.Afterarainshowerhadpassed,henoticedsomethinglandedonthesill(窗台)outsidehiswindow—acoldandwetpigeon.Theanimalwastremblingandsoaked;itclearlydidn’thavethechancetoseekshelterbeforetherainbegan.Feelingforthepoorpigeon,Yilmazthoughtofawaytodryhimoff.Ratherthanpickhimupandtakehiminsidetowarmup,Yilmazpluggedinahairdryerandusedittodryoffthebird.Littledidheknowthathisneighborcapturedthewholemomentonvideo.Inthevideo,Yilmazcanbeseenleaningoutofhiswindow.Hewasstretchinghisarmasfarashecansothehotaircanreachthepigeon.Thebirdwillinglyletthemanwarmhimup,crouching(蹲伏)tolethisouterfeathersdry.Yilmaztoldthemediathathespentaboutfifteenminutesdryingoffthebird.Hesaidhehadjustopenedhiswindowwhenhesawthepigeonaroundthecornerofthesill.Hedescribeditaswetand“abouttofreeze”fromthecoldandrainyweather.,Afterfifteenminutes,Yilmazgavethepigeonbirdseed,whichheatehappily.However,thebirdremainedwetstill.“IsawthatitwasstilltheresoIwarmeditupagain,afterthepigeonrecoveredagain,andaftereatingagoodamountofseed,itflewaway,”Yilmazrecalled.Healsodidn’tknowthathewasbeingrecordedatthetimeandthatthevideowassharedonline.Hesimplydiditoutofthekindnessofhisheart.“Thepigeonisalivingcreatureanddeservedtocontinueliving,thatiswhyIdidit,”hesaid.24.Whatisthetextmainlyabout?A.Amanlivesinharmonywithapigeon.B.Amaninventedacreativewaytohelpbirds.C.Amanwarmedupawetandcoldpigeon.D.Anonlinevideoaboutapigeonbecameahit.25.Whatwasthebird’sreactiontoSabahattinYilmaz’sbehavior?A.Itwasscaredandflewaway.B.Itwasannoyedandrefusedhishelp.C.Itwasreadytoaccepthisassistance.D.Itwashappytosettleinhishome.26.Whatcanweseefromthevideo?A.AmanwasfilmingYilmaz’skindness.B.Yilmazwaswarmingapigeoninanunusualway.C.Yilmazwasstretchinghisarmstocatchapigeon.D.Apigeonwasjumpingbackandforthwhendriedoff.27.WhichofthefollowingwordscanbestdescribeSabahattinYilmaz?A.Indifferentbutcreative.B.Patientandambitious.C.Talentedbutcareless.D.Sympatheticandwarm-hearted.CTodevelopone’stasteinEnglish,themosteffectivewayistoreadEnglishbooksextensively.Yetonemaybeatalosstochoosetheappropriatebooks,especiallyasabeginner.AsanativeSpanish,Iwouldliketosharesomeofmyexperience.MyfirstEnglishnovelwasJaneAusten’sPrideandPrejudice,recommendedbymanyEnglishteachersandprofessorsasanidealbookforEnglishlearners.Butmyexperiencewassomewhatdisastrous.Ihadgreatdifficultyinunderstandingthenovel,letaloneenjoyingit.It’snotthevocabularythattroubledme,butratherthewayAustenconstructssentences,andherwayofthinking,whichseemedtooremotetomeatthattime.MyfadingenthusiasmwasmuchrecoveredafterreadingHemingway’snovelAFarewelltoArms.Nolongandcomplicatedsentences.AndIparticularlylikedhisbriefandstraightforward(简洁的)style.Somyfirstsuggestionis,asabeginner,you’dbetterchoosecontemporarynovelsinsteadofclassicalones.However,ifyourestrictyourselftonovelsyouwillmissalotoftreasures.Englishessayscanatonceinformyou,entertainyou,andimproveyourtasteinEnglish.ThebestexampleisBertrandRussell’swork.Itslanguageisplain,yetyoucannothelpfeelingtheeleganceandthepeculiarsenseofhumor.Hissimplelanguageenableshisphilosophy(哲学)withinthereachofordinarypeople.Herecomesmysecondsuggestion—essaysareindispensable.Neverfollowothers’recommendationsandopinionsblindly,howeverfamousorinfluential(有很大影响的)thepersonmightbe.Weshouldbeopentovariousideas,butalwaysthinkanddetermineforourselves.Asasayinggoes,oneman’smeatisanotherman’spoison.Withthatin,mind,weareboundtofindoutourfavoritewritersthroughreadinganddevelopourfinetasteinEnglish.28.WhatmadethefirstEnglishnovelthattheauthorreadhardtounderstand?A.Complicatedconversations.B.Theold-fashionedvocabulary.C.Notknowingthesocialbackground.D.Sentenceconstructionandthinkingpattern.29.Whichcanbestreplacetheunderlinedword“indispensable”?A.Relevant.B.Challenging.C.Inspirational.D.Necessary.30.Whatadvicedoestheauthorgiveinthelastparagraph?A.Comparebooksbeforebuying.B.Readbooksthatareinstructive.C.Don’tbeaffectedbyothers’choices.D.Choosebooksthatchallengeusmost.31.Whatistheauthor’spurposeofwritingthepassage?A.Givecommentsonliteratureworks.B.TellbeginnershowtochooseEnglishbooks.C.RecommendfirstclassbookstoEnglishlearners.D.EncouragepeopletoreadmoreEnglishbooks.DHoweverexcitingspacetravelsounds,astronautsmuststillsufferwithbadfood.Now,foodinspacehastobedehydrated(使脱水)orprecookedandstored.Thismeansastronautsaren’treallyeatingfreshfood.Newtechnologymaychangethis.ScientificAmericanreportsthataspecially-designedovenwillbesentintospacethisautumnwithNASA’sNG-12cargomission.Farfromthecommonvacuum-packedmeals,astronautsmaygettoenjoyfreshlybakedcookiesbeforetheendof2020.Whyaren’ttheybakingcookiesinspacealready?Foronething,there’stheriskofafire.Engineersalsohavetoovercomethechallengeofmicro-gravity(微重力),whichpreventsheatfromcirclinginsideovensthesamewayitdoesonEarth.Astronautswillstillhavetowaitawhilebeforetheycanhavetheircookies,though.Afterbaking,theresultswillbesentbacktoEarthforsafetytesting.Ifsuccessful,thiswillbethefirstoventobakefoodinspace.“Ibelieve...thatwillbegame-changingforbothscienceandastronauts,”foodtechnologyresearcherMaeenaNamanShafieetoldScientificAmerican.OneofthemaindrivingforcesbehindthisprojecthasbeenNASA’s2018researchintotheeffectsof“confinement(封闭)andisolation(隔离)”.UnlikeontheInternationalSpaceStation(ISS),astronautstravelingoutofEarth’sorbit(轨道)maynotbeabletospeaktotheirlovedonesonfuturemissions,whichcouldleadtonegativefeelings.It’shopedthatthechancetobakeandsensefamiliarsmellscanbringjoytoastronauts.“IstheISSgoingtosmelllikefresh-bakedcookies?Wedon’tknow,”saidNanoRacks’communicationsmanagerAbbyDickes.“Butthat’sfeelingweallknowandlove...thatwillmakesomeonefeelathome.”,Bakingcookiesinspacewouldmarkanimportantstep,offeringasmallcomfortinthedifficultandunfamiliarenvironmentofspacetravel.AstronautshavealreadygrownplantsaboardtheISS.Withcommercialspacetravelnowbeingplanned,whoknowswhatotherdevelopmentsmaysurpriseusinthefuture?32.Whatcanastronautsdowiththenewoveninspaceinthefuture?A.TheycancookamealB.Theycaneatcookies.C.TheycanbringmorefreshfoodD.Theycanpreparefoodquickly33.Accordingtothepassage,whycan’tastronautsbakecookiesinspacenow?A.Cookinginspaceneedssomespecialcookingskills.B.Micro-gravitymakesitdangeroustocookinspace.C.It’sexpensiveandinconvenienttobringfreshfoodtothespace.D.It’sdifficulttoheatfoodthesamewayasonEarthbecauseofdifferentgravity.34.WhichoneisNOTthepurposeofdesigningthespecialoven?A.Toprovideanewgameforastronautstoplayinspace.B.Tomakeimprovementsinspacetravel.C.Topreparesomefreshfoodforastronauts.D.Tobringthefeelingofhometotheastronauts.35.Theauthorismostlikelytothinkthatthefutureofastronauticaldevelopmentwillbe________.A.unknownB.surprisingC.imaginableD.confusing第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。Whenitcomestohavingfuninthesun,it’seasytolosetrackoftime.Ifyou’renotcareful,thiscanbequitedangerous.36Butitcaneasilybeprevented—allyouneedisalittlesunscreen(防晒霜).37Peoplehavebeenusingchemicalpastestoprotectthemselvesfromthesunforcenturies.ButthefirstmodernsunscreensoldonthemarketwasofferedbyFrenchcompany:L’orealin1935.Severalothercompanieswerequicktoreleasetheirownsunscreens.Perhapsthebiggestadvancementintheworldofsunscreencameinthe1970s,whenscientistsstartedlookingatthesunprotectionfactor,orSPF.38Theadvantagesofusingsunscreenareobvious.Itlimitsthepainfuleffectsofsunburn.39Millionsofpeoplehavediedfromskincancercausedbyultravioletrays(紫外线).Remembertoapplysunscreen30minutesbeforegoingoutside.Unfortunately,therearemanymistakenideasaboutsunscreen.40Somealsothinkyouonlyneedtoputitononceforawholeday’sprotectionorthatyoudon’tneeditoncloudydays.Noneofthesethingsaretrue.Expertssayyoushouldapplysunscreeneverytwohourswhenoutside—inthedaytime,nomatterhowdarkyourskinisorwhattheweatherislike.A.Anditcanevensaveyourlife.B.Sunscreenisnotexactlyarecentinvention.C.Choosingasunscreenisn’tassimpleasitusedtobe.D.It’sbelievedthatyoudon’tneedmuchsunscreenifyouhavedarkskin.E.Indirectsunlight,sunburncanoccurinlessthan15minutes.F.Thisratingisanumberthatshowshoweffectiveasunscreenis.,G.Somethinkagoodmethodistocoverasmuchaspossiblewithprotectiveclothing.第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Amanlandedonadesertedislandafterashipwreck(船只失事).Everydayheprayed,41someonecouldpassandsavehim,buttohis42,nooneevercame.Monthswentbyandthismanlearnedto43foodandfirewoodfromtheislandandstoredtheminahut(小屋)which44himonthedesertedisland.Onedaywhenhereturnedtohishutafterhuntingforfood,45,hesawhishutwasonfire,alongwithalmosteverythinghehad!Theonlything46wastheclothesonhisback.Themangrewso47thathefellonhishandsandkneescryingheavilywhenhehappenedtolookupand48ashipcominginhisdirection.Themanwas49.Astheywereheadingbacktocivilization,themanaskedthecaptain,“Howwereyouableto50me?“Thecaptain51,“Wewerevoyagingacrosstheocean52acloudofsmokegoingup53ourattention.Wedecidedtogotocheckitoutandthat’swhywefoundyou!”Inlifewewillalwaysbe54withchallenges,problemsanddisasters.Alwayskeepinmindthatadisastercansometimesbegood55.41.A.hopingB.designingC.realizingD.doubting42.A.excitementB.amazementC.disappointmentD.embarrassment43.A.orderB.receiveC.collectD.share44.A.sufferedB.shelteredC.supplyD.serve45.A.naturallyB.anywayC.insteadD.unexpectedly46.A.valuedB.leftC.movedD.lost47.A.excitedB.tiredC.hopelessD.weak48.A.rescuedB.spottedC.caughtD.searched49.A.savedB.rewardedC.welcomedD.protected50.A.trustB.findC.seizeD.keep51.A.declaredB.addedC.explainedD.found52.A.whenB.whyC.whileD.where53.A.paidB.caughtC.attackedD.adapted54.A.suppliedB.satisfiedC.facedD.delighted55.A.luckB.experienceC.informationD.progress第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入适当的内容或括号内单词的正确形式。CyclistAgustinNavarrowascomingfourthinthecontest(比赛)inSpain.Butashegotclosetothefinishline,61________(sudden)hesawthathiscompetitorhadsufferedapuncture(轮胎破了).IsmaelEstebanwasrunningtowardtheline62________hisbikeoverhisshoulders.Mr.Navarrosloweddownandrefused63______(pass)him.Instead,herodebehindMr.Esteban,64________(allow)himtowinthebronzemedal(铜牌).Thepeople65_________stoodalongthewayapplauded(为…鼓掌)Mr.Navarro’s66______(behave)andcheeredthetwomenastheymade67_________overthefinishline---one,on,foot;theother,onhisbike.Mr.Estebanlatertriedtogive68_________prizetoMr.Navarro,butherefusedit.Mr.Navarro69_________(praise)onlineforhisunusualactandhetoldpeoplethathedidn’twanttowinlikethat.That’swherethespiritinasportlies:respectcompetitors,teammates,70_______(coach)andeventhemselves.第四部分写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节应用文写作(满分15分)假定你是李华,你看到“悦读网”(EnjoyReading)正在举行“百日阅读汉语经典”活动。要求参加者在网上连续阅读一百天.每天至少半小时,完成后该网站免费赠送书籍。请给你的留学生朋友Henry写封邮件,推荐该活动。内容包括:1.介绍该活动;2.推荐该活动;3.推荐理由。注意:1.词数80左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。DearHenry,Yours,LiHua第二节 读后续写(满分25分)阅读下面材料,根据其内容和所给段落开头语续写两段,使之构成一篇完整的短文。续写的词数应为150左右。Growingup,wedidn’thavemuchmoney.Actually,wehadverylittle.Welivedinasmallhousewithholesinthefloor.Weworeoldclothesandhadlittlefood.Withthreelittlemouthstofeed,mydaddyworkedasagatekeeperinamiddleschoolandthenfarmedourownsmallfielduntildark.Daddyprovidedthebesthecouldforusandmamamadeourclothesonheroldsewingmachine.Wecouldhaveeasilyappliedforwelfare,butmyparentswouldn'tthinkofit.,OurfamilywasfullofloveandproudofhardworkThenIwasinthethirdgrade,inMrs.Harper’sclass.Oneday,Mrs.Harperbroughtahugeboxoftoystoschooltogiveto“poor”children.Everyonewasinvitedtobringsomeofhisorherowntoysfromhometoputinthebox.Needlesstosay.Ihadhardlyanytoysofmyowntooffer.MyeyesgotbigthenextdaywhenIlookedintothatbox.Itwaslikeadreamworldtome—somanycolorfultoys!Clearly,Mrs.Harpersawthecuriouslookonmyface,andalthoughIneveraskedwithasmile,sheletmepickouttwotoysformyselffromthebox.IwassothankfulandthoughtthatIwastheluckiestgirlinthewholeworld!WhenIgothome.Icouldn'twaittoshowmamawhatIbroughtfromtheschool.SheadmiredthetoysandaskedwhereIgotthem.ItoldherabouttheboxforthepoorchildrenandthatMrs.Harperhadletmepicktwotoysfromthebox!Mamathoughtforafewsecondsandsaidinaverysweetway,“No…no,Youcan’tkeepthesetwotoys.”Paragraph1:Mamaexplainedtomethatthosetoyswerefor“poor”children.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Paragraph2:Mrs.Harpersaidsheunderstoodwhatmamameant.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________2024届高一年级第三次月考英语试卷答题卡听力(每小题1.5分,满分30分)题号12345678910答案题号11121314151617181920答案阅读理解:(每小题2.5分,满分50分),题号21222324252627282930答案题号31323334353637383940答案语言运用:(每小题1分,满分15分)题414243444546474849505152535455答语法填空:(每小题1.5分,满分15分)56.____________57.____________58.____________59____________60.____________61.____________62.____________63.____________64.____________65.____________写作(共两节,满分40分):第一节(满分15分)DearHenry,Yours,LiHua第二节(满分25分)Mamaexplainedtomethatthosetoyswerefor“poor”children.,Mrs.Harpersaidsheunderstoodwhatmamameant.2024届高一年级第三次月考英语试卷答案一.听力1~5.ABAAC6~10.ACACC11~15.BBAAB16~20.BCABBA篇答案:21-23:BBAB篇答案:24-27:CCBDC篇答案:28-31:DDCBD篇答案:32-35:ADAB36-40EBFAD完形填空41-55ACCBDBCBABCABCA语法填空61.suddenly62.with63.topass64.allowing65.whobehaviour/behavior67.it68.the69.waspraised70.coaches写作DearHenry,KnowingthatyouloveclassicalChineseliterature,IamdelightedtorecommendtoyouanonlinereadingactivityorganizedbyEnjoyReading.Participantsarerequiredtosetasideatleasthalfanhoureverydaytoreadtheselectedclassicworksonlinefor100days.Thosewhohavefulfilledthetaskwillberewardedwithsomebooks.Ithinkitsuitsyoufine.First,youwillgetaccesstoawiderangeofexcellentworks.Besides,ithelpsyouformagoodreadinghabit.Idohopeyouwillgiveitathought.(93),Yours,LiHuaParagraph1:Mamaexplainedtomethatthosetoyswerefor"poor"children.Shetookmebythehandandshowedmearoundourhouseandsaidthatwehadahousetoliveinandthatwehadenoughtoeat.Aboveall,wehadafamilyandwelovedeachother.Wewerenotpooratall.Butthereweremanychildrenwhodidn't.Theywerethepeoplewhoreallyneededthetoys.EventuallysheaskedmetotakethetwotoysbacktoschoolandputtheminMrs.Harper'sbox.Paragraph2:Mrs.Harpersaidsheunderstoodchatmamameant.Andafterschool,shetookmeandsomeofmyclassmatestothestreettohandoutthosetoys.WhenIsawthesmilesonthefacesofthosehomelesschildren,Ibegantounderstandwhatmamahadtoldme.Mamawaslonggone.Butherwordshavestayedwithmeallthetime.
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