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It was Sunday morning in late October, about four months after Tess Durbeyfield’s arrival at the village. Some weeks ___16___ (pass) since the night carriage ride with d’Urberville in the forest. Tess was carrying a heavy basket filled with clothes. Occasionally she stopped ___17___ (rest) by some gate or post; and then, went steadily on again. She followed the same road on ___18___ d’Urberville had driven so wildly that night in June. When she reached the top she gazed ___19___ the familiar green world beyond. It was always beautiful from here; it was ___20___ (terrible) beautiful to Tess today, for, ___21___ her eyes last fell upon it, she had learnt that in even the most beautiful surroundings there may be danger. Her view of life had been totally changed for her by the lesson.

She had slipped away from d’Urberville’s farm ___22___ all the people were in bed, though her going would not be prevented now. Tess had thought, “I shan’t come back,” and was sure of her ___23___ (decide). Now she did not look back, ___24___ slowly walked along the narrow lane. ___25___ was still early and there was not a single person in sight.

 

【答案】

 

 had passed

 to rest

 which

 over / at / to(wards)

 terribly

 since

 when / while

 decision

 but / and

 It

【解析】

 考查时态根据句意可知使用过去完成时;

 stop to do sth停下来做某事,stop doing sth停止做某事;

 考查定语从句,关系代词which指代先行词作on的宾语;

 固定词组。Gaze at…凝视

 用副词修饰形容词beautiful;

 根据下文的had learnt和句意可知since正确。

 根据句意可知当…还在床上的时候…

 作为介词of的宾语,用名词;

 根据上下文可知是转折关系;

 考查代词;

 

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