Uint 6 cloze B
Five years ago a female inmate (犯人) at Riker's Island told Jane Paley that she smelled wonderful. ___As __(1) president of Friendly Visitors, a 50-year-old organization __whose _(2) mission is “acts of loving kindness __that _(3) don‘t involve large sums of money _or ____(4) hours of work, ” Paley frequently went to the New York City__jail __(5). That day, though, a spray of perfume (香水) went off in her head.
_Her _(6) group had long donated money __so __ (7) that the 100 women in the jail could ___buy __(8) food and treats. Why __not __(9) give them fancy toiletries (化装用品) too?
Paley and her crew of 35 women__figured __(10)out the perfect way to get the goods: They asked friends to __collect __(11) hotel soaps, shampoos and lotions _when _(12) they travel. Volunteers bundle them _into _(13) goody bags and __deliver _(14) them to Riker's several times a year, _including __(15) Christmas and Mother's Day.
"These mini-donations make the women ___feel __(16)beautiful," says Paley. " You can see them turn themselves around a little bit."
So, Paley continues, "If you're lucky enough to afford a vacation, __take __(17) the soap and shampoos. _Bring _(18)them to homeless shelters, battered women shelters or any organization ___in _ (19) need. It's a__small _(20) act that may mean a great deal.
Uint 7 cloze B
Imagine how you would fill in 24 hours a day, every day, if you didn’t have to work. There you go —off to the beach _in _(1) summer, the movies in winter, watch TV _on _(2) rainy days, go skating or horse riding, _read _(3) a lot of books or magazines, sleep…
_But _(4) would you? Where would the money come from _for _(5) your bus fares, the movies, the TV set _and _(6) the electricity, the skates and books?
let’s say that money grew _on _(7) trees, and that no one had to _worry _(8) about that “small” problem. _now _(9) you can do all those things… right?
Probably not, __because _(10) if no one had to worry about earning money, _then_(11) who would bother driving your bus to _they_(12) beach — for that matter, who would bother building your bus, _or_(13) making your movies, skates, books,etc.?
Why would they __have/ bother__(14) to ?
What you’d probably end up _doing _(15) would be spending most of your time out _in _(16) the fields growing your own food, or _looking _(17) after your cows for milk and meat, your sheep for clothing, growing bamboo for the walls of your hut.
_Why _(18) would you need to do this? Because no one else would need to do it to earn _money _(19), because money grew on trees — right?
Obviously, money in that sort of society doesn’t __really _(20) exist, and is of _no _(21) value to the people.