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完形填空。 I went to a group activity, “Sensitivity Sunday”, which was to make us more ___1___ the problems faced by disabled people. We were asked to “___2___ a disability”for several hours one Sunday. Some members, ___3___, chose to use wheelchairs. Others wore sound?blocking earplugs (耳塞) or blindfolds (眼罩). Just sitting in the wheelchair was a ___4___ experience. I had never considered before how ___5___ it would be to use one. As soon as I sat down, my ___6___ made the chair begin to roll. Its wheels were not ___7___. Then I wondered where to put my ___8___. It took me quite a while to get the metal footrest into ___9___. I took my first uneasy look at what was to be my only means of ___10___ for several hours. For disabled people, “adopting a wheelchair” is not a temporary (临时的) ___11___. I tried to find a ___12___ position and thought it might be restful, ___13___ kind of nice, to be ___14___ around for a while. Looking around, I ___15___ I would have to handle the thing myself! My hands started to ache as I ___16___ the heavy metal wheels. I came to know that controlling the ___17___ of the wheelchair was not going to be a(n) ___18___ task. My wheelchair experiment was soon ___19___. It made a deep impression on me. A few hours of “disability” gave me only a taste of the ___20___, both physical and mental, that disabled people must overcome. 1.A. curious about C. aware of 2.A. cure C. adopt 3.A. instead C. as usual 4.A. learning C. satisfying 5.A. convenient C. boring 6.A. height C. skill 7.A. locked C. powered B. interested in D. careful with B. prevent D. analyze B. strangely D. like me B. working D. relaxing B. awkward D. exciting B. force D. weight B. repaired D. grasped

8.A. hands C. keys 9.A. place C. play 10.A. operation C. transportation 11.A. exploration C. experiment 12.A. flexible C. starting 13.A. yet C. still 14.A. shown C. driven 15.A. realized C. agreed 16.A. lifted C. pressed 17.A. path C. direction 18.A. easy C. major 19.A. forgotten C. conducted 20.A. weaknesses C. anxieties

B. feet D. handles B. action D. effect B. communication D. production B. education D. entertainment B. safe D. comfortable B. just D. even B. pushed D. guided B. suggested D. admitted B. turned D. seized B. position D. way B. heavy D. extra B. repeated D. finished B. challenges D. illnesses

[文章大意] 本文介绍了作者参加的一个名为“Sensitivity Sunday”的活动。在活动中, 通过体验残疾人在日常生活中所面临的困难及挑战,作者更好地理解了残疾人。 1. C。 作者参加了一个名为“Sensitivity Sunday”的活动, 该活动旨在让大家了解(aware of) 残疾人面临的一些问题。 2.C。作者和参加活动的其他成员们必须在几小时内接受(adopt)“他们身体有残疾”这个假 想的事实。第二段的最后一句中的“adopting a wheelchair”也是暗示。 3.D。根据下文的内容可知,作者也选择使用轮椅,故应选 D 项。 4.A。坐轮椅是一次学习的(learning)经历。根据下文的内容也可推出,作者通过这次经历

学到了很多。 5.B。根据下文内容可知,作者以前从未想过使用轮椅会多么不方便(awkward)。 6.D。作者一坐在轮椅上,他的体重(weight)就使轮椅开始转动。 7.A。根据前文的“begin to roll”可知,轮椅的轮子并没有被锁上(locked)。 8.B。根据下文中的“the metal footrest”可知,此处应选 B 项。 9.A。“我花了好一会儿才把金属脚踏板调试好”。get sth. into place“把??放在正确 的位置”。 10.C。作者第一次很不舒服地看了几眼轮椅,它就是作者在随后的几小时内唯一的交通工具 (means of transportation)。 11.C。对于残疾人来说,坐在轮椅上绝非是一种暂时的体验(experiment)。 12.D。作者尽力找到一个舒适的(comfortable)坐姿,以为这样可以放松一下。 13.D。作者甚至(even)想,要是被人推着四处走动一会儿,就太好了。 14.B。参见上题解析。push“推”,符合语境。 15.A。当作者环视四周时,他才意识到(realized),他不得不靠自己转动轮子,轮椅才会移 动。 16.B。当作者转动(turned)沉重的轮子时,他的手开始疼起来。 17.C。作者这才恍然大悟,对于坐在轮椅上的人来说,控制轮椅的方向(direction)绝非一 项简单的任务。 18.A。参见上题解析。easy“简单的”,符合语境。 19.D。作者坐轮椅的体验不久就结束了(finished)。 20.B。几个小时的“残疾”体验让作者感受到了残疾人所要面临的身体和精神方面的挑战, 而这是残疾人必须克服的。

【2013嘉定区】完形填空。 Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. Girls that eat with their families are less likely to develop eating disorders, a study says. New research shows girls who regularly have family meals are much less likely to adopt extreme weight control (泻药) or diet pills. 50 such as vomiting (呕吐), using laxatives


A study


more than 2500 American high school students found that girls 52 with food

who ate five or more family meals a week had a much healthier in later life. The research, 53

in international magazine Archives of Pediatrics and

Adolescent Medicine, polled students aged 13 to 17 in 1999 who were followed up five years later. Regular family meals were found to have a protective effect 54 the

girls’ age, weight, socio-economic status, dieting habits or relationship with her family. Experts say doctors should 56 on the couch in front of the television to keep away from serious eating disorders. Belinda Dalton, director of eating disorders clinic The Oak House, said eating with family helped “normalize” young people's relationship with food. “When the young are feeling that they're not treated properly or when they are feeling completely depressed, they is something 58 and accessible for them to control. 59 , if they're sitting with 60 of their their family 57 something that they can control and food 55 families to have dinner at the table

their family on a regular basis then their family can be more in eating,” Ms Dalton said. “It's about young people feeling and that builds self-esteem (自尊) and sense of 62 61

and that works very actively

against someone developing an eating disorder.” An eating disorders expert, Kirsty Greenwood, said meal times were often difficult for sufferers. “It's typical that they feel very 63 of their eating habits 64 the

and often won't eat with other people. Perhaps it's because they haven't importance of the family meal in their growing up,” she said. 50. A. behaviors 51. A. promoting 52. A. relationship communication 53. A. spread B. proposed C. published B. therapies B. surveying C. progress C. impressing B. terms

D. development D. delivering C. company D.

D. emerged

54. A. in terms of 55. A. tempt 56. A. apart from 57. A. turn down 58. A. available 59. A. Similarly 60. A. emphasis 61. A. related with 62. A. cost 63. A. ashamed 64. A. experienced 【参考答案】50---54: ABACC

B. because of B. stimulate B. more than B. turn to B. reliable B. Consequently B. control B. associated to B. expense B. proud B. accepted 55---59: CDBAC

C. regardless of D. in honor of C. encourage C. other than C. turn over C. reasonable C. Clearly C. response D. attract D. rather than D. turn up D. responsible D. Regularly D. relation

C. connected with D. attached on C. delight C. confident C. profited 60---64: BCDAA D. worth D. ignorant D. benefited

【2013 黄浦区】完形填空。 Directions: For each blank in the following passages there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context. There is a Web site called the “World Database of Happiness”. It combines and analyzes the results of hundreds of surveys from around the world that have been conducted on life satisfaction. Most of the findings are __50__, but a few are surprising. The database makes it clear that there is not a strong connection between material wealth and general happiness. It is a cliché(陈词滥调) to say that money can’t buy happiness, but the old saying seems to be __51__ by research. Many people still stick to the belief that gaining riches will be the answer to all their problems, yet they are probably __52__. Studies have been __53__ on people who acquired sudden wealth, such as lottery winners. In most cases, after the __54__ joy had worn off, people were not left with

a sense of lasting happiness. In fact, they tended to revert to the way they __55__ before they became rich. Previously contented(满意的) people continue to be contented, __56__ those who were miserable before sink back into misery. If material wealth does not bring happiness, then what does? Perhaps happiness has something to do with where you live. The authorities at the World Database on Happiness have surveyed __57__ of happiness in different countries. __58__, people in America, Canada, and Singapore are very happy; people living in India and Russia, not surprisingly, are not happy. Other surveys consistently __59__ the importance of relationships. __60__ relationships in particular seem to be the key to long-term contentment. The Web site suggests that falling in love and having children are two of the __61__ that bring the greatest happiness. Nowadays people look to technology as a(n) __62__ source of satisfaction. People increasingly spend more time alone watching TV or surfing the Internet __63__ spending time with family. Can technology truly make people happy? It is too difficult to tell, but one thing is sure: If the Web site’s research is accurate, time spent with your family is a better __64__ than time spent making money. 50. A. different B. predictable C. satisfactory D.

unexpected 51. A. challenged 52. A. generous 53. A. turned out forward 54. A. essential B. pleasant C. initial D. enviable B. widespread B. positive B. done with C. overtaken C. hesitated C. carried out D. supported D. mistaken D. put

55. A. felt 56. A. as 57. A. levels

B. had B. so B. standards

C. chose C. and C. senses

D. lived D. while D. examples

58. A. Strangely

B. Hopefully

C. Apparently


Surprisingly 59. A. point to 60. A. Partner 61. A. situations 62. A. convenient 63. A. as far as 64. A. environment B. hold up B. Family C. deal with C. Relative D. depend on

D. Society D. references D. adequate D. in case of

B. relations B. alternative B. rather than

C. destinations C. everlasting C. as well as

B. circumstance C. investment

D. civilization

【参考答案】50—54 BDDCC

55—59 ADACA

60—64 BABBC

【2013 界虹口区质量监控测试题】完形填空。 Directions: For each blank in the following passage there are four words or phrases marked A, B, C and D. Fill in each blank with the word or phrase that best fits the context.

When we read books we seem to enter a new world. This new world can be similar to the one we are living in, or it can be very __50__. Some stories are told as if they were true. Real people who live in a __51__ world do real things; in other words, the stories are about people just like us doing what we do. Other stories, such as the Harry Potter books, are not __52__. They are characters and creatures that are very different from us and do things that would be impossible for us.

But there is more to books and writing than this. If we think about it, even realistic writing is only __53__. How can we tell the difference between what is

real and what is not real? For example, when we read about Harry Potter, we do seem to learn something about the real world. And when Harry studies magic at Hogwarts, he also learns more about his real life than __54__. Reading, like writing, is an action. It is a way of thinking. When we read or write something, we do much more


than simple look at words on a page. We use our __55__, which is real, and our imagination, which is real in a different way, to make the words come to life in our minds. Both realism and fantasy (幻想) use the imagination and the “magic” of reading and writing to make us think. When we read something realistic, we have to __56__ that the people we are reading about are just like us, even though we __57__ that we are real and they are not. It sounds __58__, but it works. When we read, we fill in missing information and __59__ the causes and effects of what a character does. We help the writer by __60__ that what we read is like real life. __61__, we are writing the book, too. Most of us probably don’t think about what is going on in our __62__ when we are reading. We pick up a book and lose ourselves in a good story, eager to find out what will __63__ next. Knowing how we feel when we read can help us become better __64__, and it will help us discover more about the real magic of books.

50. A. different necessary 51. A. common 52. A. instructive 53. A. planned 54. A. magic 55. A. grammar 56. A. recall 57. A. hope 58. A. terrible 59. A. think about about 60. A. guessing 61. A. In a way 62. A. society B.






B. usual B. realistic

C. normal C. reasonable C. designed C. dreams C. skill C. imagine C. learn C. serious C. learn from

D. certain D. moral D. imagined D. experience D. words D. understand D. know D. strange D. forget

B. thinkable B. lessons

B. knowledge B. ensure find B. dangerous B. talk of

B. telling B. As usual B. minds

C. pretending

D. promising D. By the way D. world

C. On the contrary C. life

63. A. appear 64. A. writers 【参考答案】50-64: ACBDA



C. happen C. professionals CABCD

D. develop D. readers

B. fans BCDDA


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