Edward Tede, a retired postman who lives in New York, was attacked a month ago at a subway entrance (地铁入口处)in his neighborhood. It was late afternoon, he said, and he was returning home after visiting his wife in the hospital.
Suddenly,three young men jumped at (猛地扑向) him. They grabbed (抓住) his watch (1)
【A. and】his wallet, then hit him in the face. The blow sent him (2)
【C. crashing】to the ground and, when he got up, his glasses were smashed and a tooth was knocked (3)
【C. out】. Doctors later found that several of his cheek bones (4)
【D. had been】fractured.
Mr. Tede, a tall man of 76, said (5)
【D. that】before the mugging (行凶抢劫)he went (6)
【A. where】he wanted,when he wanted, (7)
Even though he said he is "determined not to dwell (8)
【B. on】this", he admitted . "I' m very cautious (谨慎)now (9)
【A. when】I go out. "he said, I try to stick with (不离开) crowds of people. I don't want to be (10)
【B. alone】on the street or in the subway. "
"I guess I'm more nervous than before. "Mr. Tede said"There is a tension-you can' t get it out of your mind. "
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