选修六Unit 3 高考拆组训练
Cameron Lyle has never expected to save the life of a person he didn’t know. He was a shot-put star at the highest point of his athletic career when he had to make a great __1__.
A man with blood cancer was __2__ for healthy bone marrow (骨髓) and Cameron was the only __3__among all the possible donors. The only __4__：if Cameron decided to donate, it meant he would miss some very important sports meetings.
__5__ with cutting his career short, Cameron focused only on the __6__ to save the man’s life.
“I was surprised that I was pretty __7__. I said “yes” right away，” said Cameron, 21.“If I had said __8__，he wouldn’t have had a match.”
Actually, Cameron had completely __9__ the “Be The Match Registry” th at came to his university two years ago. But two months ago, he got a call. Cameron was __10__ he was a possible match for a young man with blood cancer, which would get worse quickly if not __11__.
Cameron received blood tests, which __12__he was a definite match.__13__he agreed to donate, more tests were followed to __14__he didn’t have any problem.__15__，everything went well, and last week Cameron headed to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston to __16__ his bone marrow with a stranger.
Most people can return to their full activities within days after the donation.__17__ Cameron was told not to lift over 20 pounds for about a month. So this meant he __18__ to miss some athletic events where he wanted to __19__ after eight years of shot-put training.
“But it’s OK，”he said.“It was worth it I would __20__ it again.”
解析：选C下文中提到莱尔与一个血癌病人的骨髓匹配成功。由此可知，处于事业巅峰期的他不得不做一个重大决定。make a conclusion意为“得出结论”；make an effort 意为“作出努力”。