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河北省衡水市2016高考英语二轮复习 完形填空训练(2)


完形填空训练(2)
【由四川省成都市 2014 届高三英语摸底测试模拟试题(二)改编】 完形填空。 In the depths of my memory, many things I did with my father still live. These things have come to represent, in fact, what I call __1__ and love.

I don’t remember my father ever getting into a swimming pool. But he did __2__the water. Any kind of __3__ride seemed to give him pleasure. __4__he loved to fish; sometimes he took me along. But I never really liked being on the water, the way my father did. I liked being __5__the water, moving through it, __6__it all around me. I was not a strong __7__, or one who learned to swim early, for I had my __8__. But I loved being in the swimming pool close to my father’s office and __9__those summer days with my father, who __10__ come by on a break. I needed him to see what I could do. My father would stand there in his suit, the __11__person not in swimsuit. After swimming, I would go __12__ his office and sit on the wooden chair in front of his big desk, where he let me __13__anything I found in his top desk drawer. Sometimes, if I was left alone at his desk _14__ he worked in the lab, an assistant or a student might come in and tell me perhaps I shouldn’t be playing with his _15__. But my father always __16__and said easily, “Oh, no, it’s __17__.” Sometimes he handed me coins and told me to get __18__ an ice cream. A poet once said, “We look at life once, in childhood; the rest is __19__.” And I think it is not only what we “look at once, in childhood” that determines our memories, but __20__, in that childhood, looks at us. 1.A. desire D. worry 2.A. avoid love 3.A. boat D. bike B. bus C. train B. refuse C. praise D. B. joy C. anger

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4.A. But Still 5.A. on D. in 6.A. having getting 7.A. swimmer runner 8.A. hopes fears 9.A. spending 10.A. should 11.A. next D. last 12.A. away from 13.A. put up work out 14.A. the moment before 15.A. fishing net lab equipment 16. A. stood up D. turned out 17. A. fine D. funny 18. A. the student D. himself 19. A. memory practice 20. A. which

B. Then

C. And

D.

B. off

C. by

B. leaving

C. making

D.

B. rider

C. walker

D.

B. faiths

C. rights

D.

B. saving B. would B. only

C. wasting C. had to C. other

D. ruining D. ought to

B. out of B. break down

C. by C. play with

D. inside D.

B. the first time

C. while

D.

B. office things

C. wooden chair

D.

B. set out

C. showed up

B. strange

C. terrible

B. the assistant

C. myself

B. wealth

C. experience

D.

B. who

C. what

D. whose
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【参考答案】完形填空 1--5 BDACD 6--10 AADAB 11--15 BDCCB 16--20 CACAB

Passage 1 A new mother was anxious to see her newly-born baby. But she was 41 baby was in her arms. The baby had been born without ears. With time going on, it 42 his 43 that the baby' s hearing was perfect. It was only 44 himself 45 that his life was to be misfortunate. that was damaged. When he rushed home from school one day and when the

into his mother' s arms, she sighed,

He grew up and became a _46__ with his classmates. He might have been class president, _47_ that. The boy’s s father _48_ the family physician in secret if he could do _49__ to help his son. "I believed I could __50_ on a pair of outer ears, if they could be got," the doctor answered. So the ears. Two years went by. Then the father said, "You are going to the hospital, son. Mother and I have someone who will give the ears you need. _53_ it a s a secret," said the father. The operation was very _54_, and a new person appeared. " But I must know!" he urged his father. " Who gave me _55__? I could never do enough for him. " "I do not believe you could. " said the father. The secret was _56_ for years till he stood with his father over his mother' s coffin. Slowly and _57_ , his father raised his mother' s thick brown hair to be cut," he whispered gently . "and nobody ever thought she was less 41.A.angiy curious 42. A. turned out took over 43. A. figure appearance 44. A. threw took 45. A. persuading wondering 46. A. enemy friend 47. A. ever since B. even if C. but for D. B. favorite C. stranger D. B. knowing C. doubting D. B. got C. sent D. B. face C. ear D. B. turned over C. took out D. B. confused C. astonished 58 that his mother had no outer ears. "Mother said she was _59_ she never let her hair 60 did they?" D. 51 began for a person who would 52

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as for 48. A. asked convinced 49. A. something nothing 50. A. transplant fix 51. A. operation examination 52. A. donate recover 53. A. So 54. A. normal D. successful 55. A. so much D. too many 56. A. discussed kept 57. A. desperately D. excitedly 58. A. know notice 59. A. guilty D. regretful 60. A. beautiful D. fashionable Passage 1: 41-45 CADAB 46-50 BCACA 51-55 CACDA 56-60 DBCBA B. ugly C. careful B. glad C. worried B. find C. show D. B. tenderly C. sadly B. hidden C. spread D. B. so many C. too much B. And B. useful C. But C. difficult D. Or B. operate C. treat D. B. interview C. search D. B. operate C. set D. B. everything C. anything D. B. advised C. ordered D.

Passage 2 Just like a boxer, we , too come face to face with many opponents on the stage of life—problems and difficulties. The bad news is that we don’t really know when our 41 42 with these opponents occur. Here are several reasons why you should

yourself for success like a champion boxer! You don’t practice on the stage, that’s where your skills and your abilities

are

43

. This also means that you don’t

44

solving problems and developing

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yourself when

45

occur, you prepare yourself to face them long

46

you

actually face them. If you are talented, you probably need less 47 and training time in facing

life’s challenges. Actually, for people who are born with 48 , training and learning becomes even more important. 49 the lazy person’s motto: “If it isn’t 50 season when you

broken, why fix it?” Why wait for your roof to leak in the can fix it right away. Act 51 .

Training enables you to gain intuition(直觉 )and reaction. With

52

practice

and training, you build up your body, your mind and your heart and gain the intuition and reaction of a (n) 53 will 54 hit you. Keep in mind that training is born out of discipline and with some setbacks in your training process, 57 you will soon see 58 champion 59 56 . Even if you meet .The same thing is true in life. Without training, you 55 how your enemy will

. Without training, you will not be able to

you keep at it and are confident,

in your life and when problems come, you will be like the

who stands tall and fights until the final round is over and C.programs C.show C.evaluated C.enjoy C.occasions C.as C.preparation C.talent C.Condemn C.sunny C.right away C.stable C.opponent C.stand out C.handle C.performance C.until C.setbacks C.boxer C.announced 51-55 CABBD D.matches D.bring D.promoted D.practice D.dangers D.since D.instruction D.belief D.Remember D.rainy D.at last D.quick D.coach D.break out D.predict D.improvement D.if D.disadvantages D.runner D.elected 56-60 ADBCC
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you’re 60 as the champion! 41 A.friendships B.championships 42 A.train B.offer 43 A.appreciated B.shared 44 A.finish B.start 45 A.chances B.problems 46 A.before B.after 47 A.consideration B.attention 48 A.disease B.ambition 49 A.Understand B.Abandon 50 A.cloudy B.windy 51 A.on time B.at times 52 A.constant B.real 53 A.enemy B.champion 54 A.mix up B.mess up 55 A.check B.prove 56 A.confidence B.experience 57 A.before B.unless 58 A.exchanges B.results 59 A.judge B.swimmer 60 A.claimed B.called Passage 2:41-45 DACDB 46-50 ACCBD

Passage 3 This always began after breakfast:“go ahead, everyone. I’ll 41 the dishes!”For the next hour dad did the dishes, singing songs like I Had a Hat when I came in. I suppose it was 42 for a boy’s father to wear an apron(围裙)—but I never thought much of it 43 the day that dad broke with tradition. ‘Tommy’, he said 44 . “There comes a time in every boy’s life when he must take on 45 .Starting today, I want you to do the dishes on Sunday morning so that your mother and I can work the word 46 in the paper together.

“You want me to do the dishes?” “47 wrong with taking over the dishes, son?” that day. Dad seemed in merry mood as he described

I didn’t taste a bit of48

an excellent game. Everything grew quiet. My sister began to 49 the table. My brother was scraping(刮掉) the last of the egg from his plate. My father read the paper, Hon.” “Aren’t you doing the dishes?”my mother asked. “Your oldest son has 51 offered,” replied my father. So this was 52 my life had come to. Ask me to turn through a rainstorm. 53 me to ride the roller coaster---backward. There things I would do. But I could never do those dishes. There are nothing 54 but to refuse. 50:” let’s go

People often say there is an55 chemistry between a father and a son. Dad came back into the kitchen just as I was about to 56 out. He had loosened his tie and rolled up the sleeves of his shirt----ready to 57. In his right, band was the old apron. I want you to have this, Tommy. It will keep your clothes from getting wet. Thanks, son.” 58 that he disappeared into the Sunday paper. I looked down at the apron. It had seen better days. I could see my dad 59 for the dishes and washing them happily. My dark angel disappeared. Soon I was singing a song about an(a)60 the kind of man I wanted to be---my dad. 41 A take notice B take care of C take apart 42 A obvious B average C magic 43 A once B when C until 44 A cheerfully B angrily C madly 45 A plans B responsibilities C decisions 46 A form B speech C lab 47 A nothing B something C anything 48 A breakfast B lunch C supper . I knew

D take in D strange D after D bitterly D traditions D puzzle D everything D dinner

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49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

A collect A explained A generously A what A convince Alost A extra A storm A laugh A on A fighting A glove

B clear B claimed B honestly B how B inspire B done B special B take B relax B for B searching B apron 46~50 DCABC

C move C announced C luckily C which C permit C left C sincere C make C eat C to C reaching C towel 51~55 AADCB

D set D insisted D modestly D why D command D kept D healthy D give D perform D with D sending D hat 56~60 ABDCD

Passage 3:41~45 BDCAB

Passage 4 Liz sighed, “You have no good reason to make me __41__Sara’s party next Friday, Mom,” she __42__. “You don’t even know her, and I think you’re very __43__. “No, I don’t know her.” said Mom. “I don’t know her __44__, either, and that’s __45__ why I can’t let you go to the party. I’m not trying to __46__ your fun. I’m just trying to __47__ you from a possible bad influence.” She smiled at Liz, “Why don’t you invite Sara over for dinner __48__? Then I can get to know her better.” Liz agreed to her mother’s __49__, and a few days later, Sara came for dinner. As Mom cleared the table after the dinner, she __50__hearing the giggles and chatter of the two girls in the next room. “Sara seems like a __51__girl,” said Mom after Sara had been taken home, “but I still need to meet her parents—or at least know more about them—before I can __52__you to spend the night there.” As Mom spoke, the __53__came up the house, and Liz’s dog, GG—short for Good Girl—ran to the door. She barked and growled__54__. “GG, be quiet!” __55__Liz. She turned to her mother. “Mom, what is wrong with GG? She should know the mailman.” She asked. “Because she has just had her __56__, she wants to be sure they’re safe,__57__she doesn’t quite __58__anyone she doesn’t know really well.” Mom paused, then added, “I guess a lot of __59__are like that—and fathers, too. So please be __60__with GG—and with me—as we mother our children. Okay?” Liz looked at her mother in surprise, then slowly nodded. 41. A. attend 42. A. promised B. hold B. insisted C. miss C. threatened D. enjoy D. suggested

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43. A. unfair 44. A. parents 45. A. fully 46. A. create 47. A. warn 48. A. sometime 49. A. evaluation 50. A. considered 51. A. careless 52. A. persuaded 53. A. postman 54. A. gratefully 55. A. realized 56. A. masters 57. A. so 58. A. bother 59. A. dogs 60. A. angry Passage 4: 41-45 CBAAC

B. generous B. teachers B. deeply B. ignore B. free B. somewhere B. enjoyed B. romantic B. expected B. policeman B. happily B. scolded B. relatives B. and B. permit B. mothers B. bored 46-50 CDABB

C. considerate C. classmates C. simply C. ruin C. prevent C. somewhat C. hated C. innocent C. allow C. dustman C. cautiously C. wondered C. babies D. but C. follow C. adults C. patient 51-55 DCADB C. or

D. aggressive D. friends D. wholly D. tolerate

D. protect D. somehow D. explanation D. escaped D. nice D. advise D. spaceman D. angrily D. recognized D. neighbors D. trust D. partners D. strict 56-60 CADBC

B. suggestion

C. conclusion

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