Several months after I was badly hurt in a car accident, my father sent me to a blind school.
That morning was the new beginning. I went to this school and I heard lots of children. My new teacher took me to the class where we were taught to write and type in Braille(盲文) . I found it quite difficult.
"Hi, sweetheart, how is school going?" asked my father.
"Daddy, I can't do this. I try and try but I just don't get it. I don't know if I am ever going to learn to read Braille. It/s too difficult," I cried.
Daddy just held me in his arm and said, "Do you remember that we went to the temple which is on the top of a mountain? When we were climbing the mountain, my legs started aching, I sat down and said, 'I can't see the temple. You can't see it because it is covered with fog. Although you can't see it, I know it is there. I will make sure you will climb up to it.'"
"That day you showed me that just you can't see something does not mean it is not there. So although climbing the mountain was difficult, I knew I would get to the top."
I was cleat what my dad wanted me to understand.
I went back to school and started with new energy. Very soon I could red.
One of my classmates said, "You are lucky, you know, you have at least seen the world. I have just heard it. I have been told there are many colors in this world but I don't understand what color means."
After listening to her for the first time in two years, I felt lucky. And on that day I learnt that although the light in my eyes is gone, I must see the world with the light in my heart.
46. What can we know about the writer?
A. He was born blind.
B. He was sent to a blind school because he wanted to learn Braille.
C. He couldn't see anything after a car accident.
D. He disliked the new school.
47. What did the writer think of reading Braille?
A. It was easy. B. It was difficult
C. It was interesting. D. It was boring.
48. What did the writer's dad want him to understand?
A. You can't see anything, but it doesn't mean it is not there.
B. Climbing the mountain is as easy as learning Braille.
C. Nothing in the world is difficult for one who sets his mind to it.
D. Cheer up! Life is full of choices, so choose to be happy.
49. One of the writer's classmates thinks he is lucky because the writer____.
A. has once seen the world
B. spent the least time learning Braille well
C. knew the real meaning of color
D. could tell what the world is like without seeing it
50. What does the last paragraph want to tell us?
A. The most beautiful thing in the world must be felt with the heart.
B. People can't live a happy life unless the can see.
C. The writer will live a healthy life with the light in his heart.
D. The writer's suffering(痛苦) would go away in the wind.