c. was worth to be read d. being worth reading
15. — how did he get my telephone number?
— you ______ it. you told him last week.
a. should have forgotten b. may have forgotten
c. must have forgotten d. could have forgotten
it's 5-year-old kerman’s dream to be a ballerina(芭蕾舞女演员). but kerman, living in denver, was born with the aids virus and has spent much of her short life going in and out of the hospital.
kerman _16__better than anyone dared to hope. doctors thought she would never walk or talk, but she 17__with a walker and speaks fairly 18 kerman’s hopes, dreams, and 19 are being documented with the help of a denver organization called the children's legacy. 20 by the photographer katy tradeoff, the charity helps seriously sick children and their families write their own 21 by providing books that guide _22__ along -- my stupid illness, for 23 children, and let me show you my world, for their siblings(兄弟姊妹) and parents. the books contain suggestions of 24 to draw or things to write. tradeoff helps illustrate the books by taking black-and-white photographs of the children.
for those children who _25_, the books help their families cope. for those _26_ survive, the books help them heal 27_.karmen may not grow up to be a ballerina, _28 , despite her difficulty walking, she was 29_ when she put on a tutu (芭蕾舞的短裙) her mother had bought her. "she
really took __30_ the person of a ballerina," says ms. tradeoff. this picture of kerman is one of a collection of ms. tradeoff’s _31_ that the charity has published in a book called an alphabet about families living with hiv-aids, _32_ poetry. according to the book, "sometimes kerman _33 her head on her folded hands because she is _34_ , and sometimes she needs to talk with god." one of her prayers: "dear god, please make my_35 and body strong. please let me grow up."
16. a. has gone b. has fared c. has spent d. has experienced
17. a. stands around b. gets up c. walks away d. gets around