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Ive loved my mothers desk since I was just tall enough to see above the top of it as mother sat doing letters. Standing by her chair, looking at the ink bottle, pens, and white paper, I decided that the act of writing must be the more wonderful thing in the world.

Years later, during her final illness, mother kept different things for my sister and brother. But the desk, shed said again, its for Elizabeth.

I never saw her angry, never saw her cry. I knew she loved me; she showed it in action. But as a young girl, I wanted heart-to-heart talks between mother and daughter.

They never happened. And a gulf opened between us. I was too emotional(׶). But she lived on the surface().

As years passed I had my own family. I loved my mother and thanked her for our happy family. I wrote to her in careful words and asked her to let me know in any way she chose that she did forgive(ԭ) me.

I posted the letter and waited for her answer. None came.

My hope turned to disappointment(ʧ), then little interest and, finally, peace it seemed that nothing happened. I couldnt be sure that the letter had even got to mother. I only knew that I had written it, and I could stop trying to make her into someone she was not.

Now the present of her desk told, as shed never been able to, that she was pleased that writing was my chosen work. I cleaned the desk carefully and found some papers inside a photo of my father and a one-page letter, folded(۵) and refolded many times.

Give me an answer, my letter asks, in any way you choose. Mother, you always chose the act that speaks louder than words.

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1. The writer began to love her mothers desk ______.

A. after Mother died B. before she became a writer C. when she was a child D. when Mother gave it to her

2. The passage shows that ______.

A. mother was cold on the surface but kind in her heart to her daughter

B. mother was too serious about everything her daughter had done

C. mother cared much about her daughter in words D. mother wrote to her daughter in careful words

3. The word gulf in the passage means ______.

A. deep understanding between the old and the young B. different ideas between the mother and the daughter

C. free talks between mother and daughter D. part of the sea going far in land

4. What did mother do with her daughters letter asking forgiveness?

A. She had never received the letter. B. For years, she often talked about the letter.

C. She didnt forgive her daughter at all in all her life. D. She read the letter again and again till she died.

5. Whats the best title of the passage?

A. My letter to Mother B. Mother and Children

C. My mothers Desk D. Talks between Mother and Me

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1. ѡCIve loved my mothers desk since I was just tall enough to see above the top of it as mother sat doing letters. ֪ߵʱǸСӣѡC

2. ѡABut she lived on the surface . ȫݿ֪ߵĸױϺĮ˶ߵİȷA

3. ѡBI was too emotional. But she lived on the surface. ֪˴ָ֮䲻ͬĿ͹۵㣬ӦѡB

4. ѡDݡa photo of my father and a one-page letter, folded and refolded many times. ֪ӦѡD

5. ѡCµĿͷIve loved my mothers deskԼNow the present of her desk told, as shed never been able to֪˼ˣԱԼĸ׵Ļ֮飬ѱӦC

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