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2013届江苏高考完形填空、任务型阅读专项训练三


2013 届江苏高考 完形填空、任务型阅读专项训练三
I. 完形填空 The Keeper of the River An old man had been working for many years for a town. His job was to clear away natural waste from the pool water in the hills, which made up the lovely river flowing through the town nearby. Quietly and 36 , the old man guarded the hills, 37 the leaves and branches, and cleaned up the dirt that would have 38 and polluted the fresh flow of water. The town soon became a popular attraction for tourists. Elegant swans (天鹅)floated along the clear river and the view was so beautiful 39 words. Years passed. One evening the town 40 met. As they reviewed the budget, one man’s 41 caught sight of the salary 42 being paid to the seldom seen keeper of the river. He asked, “Who is the old man? Why do we 43 to employ him? No one in town ever 44 him. For all we know, the strange keeper of the hills isn’t doing his job. His position isn’t 45 any longer.” Then they voted to 46 the man. For several weeks, nothing changed… By early autumn, the trees began to 47 their leaves. Small branches broke off and fell into the pools of the hills, 48 the flow of the shining water. One afternoon, someone noticed a slight yellowish-brown 49 in the river. A few days later, the water was much 50 . Within another week, something oily covered some sections of the water along the banks, and a terrible 51 was soon sensed. Swans left, and so did the 52 . The only thing that was now visiting the village was disease and sickness. Quickly, the 53 town committee called a special meeting. Realising their huge error in 54 , they rehired the old keeper of the river, and within a few weeks, the river began to clear up. Swans and tourists came back again and new life returned to the small town in the Alps. Never ignore the seeming smallness of a task, job, or life. They may all make a 55 . 36. A. regularly B. suddenly C. occasionally D. actually 37. A. cut B. burned C. removed D. selected 38. A. carried B. poured C. changed D. blocked 39. A. beyond B. with C. in D. after 40. A. office B. association C. department D. committee 41. A. eye B. care C. hand D. mind 42. A. list B. form C. figure D. information 43. A. promise B. continue C. stop D. tend 44. A. visits B. hires C. tells D. sees 45. A. powerful B. important C. necessary D. suitable 46. A. find B. fire C. support D. forget 47. A. lose B. miss C. fall D. grow 48. A. pulling B. speeding C. slowing D. pushing 49. A. fish B. color C. flower D. leaf 50. A. deeper B. cooler C. warmer D. darker 51. A. sound B. smell C. wave D. taste 52. A. managers B. passengers C. villagers D. tourists 53. A. embarrassed B. annoyed C. discouraged D. inspired 54. A. arrangement B. assignment C. judgment D. amusement 55. A. suggestion B. difference C. progress D. decision II. 任务型阅读 Do we need an “Ivy League”? China may soon have its own “Ivy League”, with a union of top universities. The term originally referred to an athletic conference of eight top universities in the northeastern US. The Chinese version,

which was officially started in mid-October, consists of nine famous universities, including Peking, Tsinghua, Zhejiang and Fudan. The union is supposed to result in student exchange programs, recognition of academic achievements, and other joint programs. The news of this Chinese “Ivy League” has received mixed responses from the public and press. Some negative critics have dismissed it as yet another example of the wishful copying of international practices without fully understanding them. Others say that the “Ivy League” is not necessary but that the union is a good idea, one that could promote academic development. So what’s your opinion on a Chinese “Ivy League”? Do we need one? Yes. Ivy League or not, nine of China’s best universities cooperating is a good thing. These universities combining resources could create a better environment for students and for research. It could also save a lot of time and resources because it would mean fewer unnecessary investments for some of the universities. Allowing students to move to or have exchanges with other universities could broaden their horizons, improve their social skills and create more employment opportunities. The results could be more important than lessons and achievements. The term “Ivy League” carries a sense of academic excellence, tradition and reputation. If borrowing such a term could encourage students’ and professors’ mental state and improve Chinese higher education, then there’s no reason not to do it. No. Universities should do some work on increasing cooperation instead of copying an “Ivy League” model. Many Chinese universities already have such cooperation with each other. If this cooperation were associated with the “Ivy League”, it would just distract (分散) attention and resources and have a negative effect. These Chinese universities are all state-run and most get their funding from the government. They’re quite similar to each other in many ways and more cooperation wouldn’t bring about as much potential ability as between , say, public and private, or Chinese and foreign universities. China should find its own way to develop world-class universities instead of by copying some foreign practices. We have our own unique conditions and foreign lessons often don’t apply well here. Originally referred to an athletic conference of eight famous universities in the Ivy in America Member universities
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71) __________ of America Nine famous universities To exchange students To 72) __________ the academic achievements To work on joint programs 1. The cooperation is good for the combination of resources and 75) __________ of a better environment.

Purposes of the union



Ivy in China

Positive side

2. Students will have 76) __________ difficulty finding jobs through the student-exchange program. 3. The cooperation will encourage students and professors 77) __________. 1. 78) __________ will be drawn away and resources will be divided.

73) __________ from the public 74)__________ side

2. The cooperation won’t have great effects because of the 79) __________ between state-run universities in many ways. 3. China should develop world-class universities in its unique way without 80) __________ foreign practices blindly.

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ACDAD ACBDC BACBD BDACB 1. northeast 2. recognize 3. Responses 4. Negative 5. creation 6. less 7. mentally/spiritually 8. Attention 9. similarities 10. copying


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