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  • ID:4-5962544 2019年高考真题+高考模拟题专项版解析汇编 英语——专题03 非谓语动词和交际用语

    高中英语/高考专区/真题分类汇编


    2019年高考英语真题和模拟题分项汇编
    专题03非谓语动词和交际用语
    一、2019年高考真题
    1.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】 30.__________ the convenience of digital payment, many senior citizens started to use smart phones.
    A. To enjoy B. Enjoying C. To have enjoyed D. Enjoy
    2.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】 35.—Let’s take a coffee break.
    — __________ We’ ve been working for hours.
    A. Why bother B. What for C. You got me there. D. You said it.
    3.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】4.____________ to think critically is an important skill today’s children will need for the future.
    A. Learn B. Learned
    C. Learning D. Having learned
    4.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】 32.China’s image is improving steadily, with more countries__________ its role in international affairs.
    A. recognizing B. being recognized C. to be recognized D. recognized
    5.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】1.—I guess you want to go play tennis.
    —__________. That’s exactly what I was thinking too.
    A. I didn’t get it B. It’s up to you
    C. You never know D. You read my mind
    6.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】6.—My son got a full scholarship to his dream university!
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  • ID:4-5962542 2019年高考真题+高考模拟题专项版解析汇编 英语——专题02 动词的时态和语态及情态动词、虚拟语气

    高中英语/高考专区/真题分类汇编


    2019年高考英语真题和模拟题分项汇编
    专题02 动词的时态和语态及情态动词、虚拟语气
    一、2019年高考真题
    1.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】 22.The musician along with his band members ___________ ten performances in the last three months.
    A. gives B. has given C. have given D. give
    2.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】29.A few months after he had arrived in China, Mr. Smith ___________ in love with the people and culture there.
    A. would fall B. had fallen C. has fallen D. fell
    3.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】31.What a pity! You missed the sightseeing, or we _________a good time together.
    A. had B. will have C. would have had D. had had
    4.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】33.They are trying to make sure that 5G terminals_________ by 2022 for the Beijing Winer Olympics.
    A. will install B. will have been installed C. are installed D. have been installed
    5.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】2.I __________ to send Peter a gift to congratulate him on his marriage,but I couldn’t manage it.
    A. had hoped B. am hoping
    C. have hoped D. would hope
    6.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】8.Amy, as well as her brothers, ____________ a warm welcome when returning to the village last week.
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  • ID:4-5962540 2019年高考真题+高考模拟题专项版解析汇编 英语——专题01 词类、短语辨析

    高中英语/高考专区/真题分类汇编


    2019年高考英语真题和模拟题分项汇编
    专题01 词类(名词、动词、形容词、副词、代词和介词)、短语辨析
    一、2019年高考真题
    1.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】26.Nowadays the ___________ for travelling is shifted from shopping to food and scenery.
    A. priority B. potential C. proportion D. pension
    2.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】27.Favorable policies are ___________ to encourage employees’ professional development.
    A. in effect B. in command C. in turn D. in shape
    3.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】28.Unlike traditional gyms, app-backed gyms offer people ___________ options to exercise.
    A. casual B. regular C. flexible D. tight
    4.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】34.A city is the product of the human hand and mind, __________ man’s intelligence and creativity.
    A. resembling B. reflecting C. reviewing D. restoring
    5.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】3.A study shows the students who are engaged in after-school activities are happier than _________who are not.
    A. ones B. those
    C. these D. them
    6.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】7.We can observe that artificial intelligence has already made a(n) ___________on our lives in many ways.
    A. statement B. impact
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  • ID:4-5962539 2019年高考真题+高考模拟题专项版解析汇编 英语——专题06 七选五

    高中英语/高考专区/真题分类汇编


    2019年高考英语真题和模拟题分项汇编
    专题06 七选五
    一、2019年高考真题
    1. 【2019·全国卷I】
    根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。
    Is Fresh Air Really Good for You
    We all grew up hearing people tell us to “go out and get some fresh air.” ____36____ According to recent studies,the answer is a big YES,if the air quality in your camping area is good.
    ___37___ If the air you’re breathing is clean-which it would be if you’re away from the smog of cities-then the air is filled with life-giving,energizing oxygen. If you exercise out of doors,your body will learn to breathe more deeply,allowing even more oxygen to get to your muscles(肌肉)and your brain.
    Recently,people have begun studying the connection between the natural world and healing(治愈). _____38_____ In these places patients can go to be near nature during their recovery. It turns out that just looking at green,growing things can reduce stress,lower blood pressure,and put people into a better mood(情绪).Greenery is good for us. Hospital patients Who see tree branches out their window are likely to recover at a faster rate than patients who see buildings or sky instead. ______39______ It gives us a great feeling of peace.
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  • ID:4-5962537 2019年高考真题+高考模拟题专项版解析汇编 英语——专题05 阅读理解

    高中英语/高考专区/真题分类汇编


    2019年高考英语真题和模拟题分项汇编
    专题05 阅读理解
    一、2019年高考真题
    I.应用文
    1. 【2019·全国卷I,A】
    Need a Job This Summer
    The provincial government and its partners offer many programs to help students find summer jobs. The deadlines and what you need to apply depend on the program.
    Not a student Go to the government website to learn about programs and online tools available to help people under 30 build skills, find a job or start businesses all year round.
    Jobs for Youth
    If you are a teenager living in certain parts of the province, you could be eligible(符合条件)for this program. Which provides eight weeks of paid employment along with training.
    Who is eligible: Youth 15-18 years old in select communities(社区).
    Summer Company
    Summer Company provides students with hands-on business training and awards of up to $3,000 to start and run their own summer businesses.
    Who is eligible: Students aged 15-29, returning to school in the fall.
    Stewardship Youth Ranger Program
    You could apply to be a Stewardship Youth Ranger and work on local natural resource management projects for eight weeks this summer.
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  • ID:4-5962536 2019年高考真题+高考模拟题专项版解析汇编 英语——专题04 从句

    高中英语/高考专区/真题分类汇编


    2019年高考英语真题和模拟题分项汇编
    专题04 从句(名词性从句、状语从句、定语从句)
    一、2019年高考真题
    1.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】 21.We have entered into an age _______ dreams have the best chance of coming true.
    A. which B. what C. when D. that
    2.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】23.The doctor shares his phone number with the patients __________ they need medical assistance.
    A. if only B. as if C. even though D. in case
    3.【2019·江苏卷·单项填空】25.Scientists have obtained more evidence ___________ plastic is finding its way into the human body.
    A. what B. that C. which D. where
    4.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】11.Their child is at the stage__________ she can say individual words but not full sentences.
    A. why B. where
    C. which D. what
    5.【2019·天津卷·单项填空】13.Tom is so independent that he never asks his parents’ opinion _________ he wants their support.
    A. since B. once
    C. unless D. after
    6.【2019·新课标I卷·语法填空】While they are rare north of 88°,there is evidence ___61___ they range all the way across the Arctic, and as far south as James Bay in Canada.
    7.【2019·新课标I卷·短文改错】One afternoon where I was in primary school, I was walking by the school playground.
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  • ID:4-5961436 高考英语-冲刺导练-专题练习(十五)

    高中英语/高考专区/三轮冲刺

    高考英语专题练习(十五) 冲刺导练 一、完形填空 Dale Carnegie rose from the unknown of a Missouri farm to international fame because he found a way to fill a universal human need. It was a need that he first 36 back in 1906 when young Dale was a junior at State Teachers College in Warrensburg. To get an 37 , he was struggling against many difficulties. His family was poor. His Dad couldn’t afford the 38 at college, so Dale had to ride horseback 12 miles to attend classes. Study had to be done 39 his farm-work routines. He withdrew from many school activities 40 he didn’t have the time or the 41 . He had only one good suit. He tried 42 the football team, but the coach turned him down for being too 43 .During this period Dale was slowly 44 an inferiority complex(自卑感), which his mother knew could 45 him from achieving his real potential. She 46 that Dale join the debating team, believing that 47 in speaking could give him the confidence and recognition that he needed. Dale took his mother’s advice, tried desperately and after several attempts 48 made it. This proved to be a 49 point in his life. Speaking before groups did help him gain the 50 he needed. By the time Dale was a senior, he had won every top honor in 51 . Now other students were coming to him for coaching and they, 52 , were winning contests. Out of this early struggle to 53 his feelings of inferiority, Dale came to understand that the ability to 54 an idea to an audience builds a person’s confidence. And, 55 it, Dale knew he could do anything he wanted to do—and so could others. 36.A.admitted B.filled C.supplied D.recognized 37.A.assignment B.education C.advantage D.instruction 38.A.training B.board C.teaching D.equipment 39.A.between B.during C.over D.through 40.A.while B.when C.because D.though 41.A.permits B.interest C.talent D.clothes 42.A.on B.for C.in D.with 43.A.light B.flexible C.optimistic D.outgoing 44.A.gaining B.achieving C.developing D.obtaining 45.A.prevent B.protect C.save D.free 46.A.suggested B.demanded C.required D.insisted 47.A.presence B.practice C.patience D.potential 48.A.hopefully B.certainly C.finally D.naturally 49.A.key B.breaking C.basic D.turning 50.A.progress B.experience C.competence D.confidence 51.A.horse-riding B.football C.speech D.farming 52.A.in return B.in brief C.in turn D.in fact 53.A.convey B.overcome C.understand D.build 54.A.express B.stress C.contribute D.repeat 55.A.besides B.beyond C.like D.with 二、阅读理解 A You probably know who Marie Curie was, but you may not have heard of Rachel Carson. Of the outstanding ladies listed below, who do you think was the most important woman of the past 100 years? Jane Addams(1860-1935) Anyone who has ever been helped by a social worker has Jane Addams to thank. Addams helped the poor and worked for peace. She encouraged a sense of community by creating shelters and promoting education and services for people in need In 1931, Addams became the first American woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Rachel Carson(1907-1964) If it weren’t for Rachel Carson, the environmental movement might not exist today. Her popular 1962 book Silent Spring raised awareness of the dangers of pollution and the harmful effects of chemicals on humans and on the world’s lakes and oceans. Sandra Day O’Connor(1930-present) When Sandra Day O’Connor finished third in her class at Stanford Law School, in 1952, she could not find work at a law firm because she was a woman. She became an Arizona state senator(参议员) and, in 1981, the first woman to join the U.S. Supreme Court. O’Connor gave the deciding vote in many important cases during her 24 years on the top court. Rosa Parks (1913-2005) On December 1, 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, Rasa Parks would not give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger. Her simple act landed Parks in prison. But it also set off the Montgomery bus boycott. It lasted for more than a year, and kicked off the civil-rights movement. “The only tired I was, was tired of giving in,” said Parks. 21.What is Jane Addams noted for in history? _____ A.Her social work. B.Her teaching skill. C.Her efforts to win a prize. D.Her community background. 22.What is the reason for O’Connor’s being rejected by the law firm? _____ A.Her lack of proper training in law. B.Her little work experience in court. C.The discrimination against women. D.The poor financial conditions. 23.Who made a great contribution to the civil-rights movement in the U.S.? _____ A.Jane Addams. B.Rachel Carson. C.Sandra Day O’Connor. D.Rosa Parks 24.What can we infer about the women mentioned in the text? _____ A.They are highly educated. B.They are truly creative. C.They are pioneers. D.They are peace-lovers. D Not so long ago, most people didn’t know who Shelly Ann Francis Pryce was going to become. She was just an average high school athlete. There was every indication that she was just another American teenager without much of a future. However, one person wants to change this. Stephen Francis observed then eighteen-year-old Shelly Ann as a track meet and was convinced that he had seen the beginning of true greatness. Her time were not exactly impressive, but even so, he seemed there was something trying to get out, something the other coaches had overlooked when they had assessed her and found her lacking. He decided to offer Shelly Ann a place in his very strict training seasons. Their cooperation quickly produced results, and a few year later at Jamaica’s Olympic games in early 2008, Shelly Ann, who at that time only ranked number 70 in the world, beat Jamaica’s unchallenged queen of the sprint(短跑). “Where did she come from?” asked an astonished sprinting world, before concluding that she must be one of those one-hit wonders that spring up from time to time, only to disappear again without signs. But Shelly Ann was to prove that she was anything but a one-hit wonder. At the Beijing Olympic she swept away any doubts about her ability to perform consistently by becoming the first Jamaican woman ever to win the 100 meters Olympic gold. She did it again one year on at the World Championship in Briton, becoming world champion with a time of 10.73—the fourth record ever. Shelly-Ann is a little woman with a big smile. She has a mental toughness that did not come about by chance. Her journey to becoming the fastest woman on earth has been anything but smooth and effortless. She grew up in one of Jamaica’s toughest inner-city communities known as Waterhouse, where she lived in a one-room apartment, sleeping four in a bed with her mother and two brothers. Waterhouse, one of the poorest communities in Jamaica, is a really violent and overpopulated place. Several of Shelly-Ann's friends and family were caught up in the killings; one of her cousins was shot dead only a few streets away from where she lived. Sometimes her family didn’t have enough to eat. She ran at the school championships barefooted because she couldn’t afford shoes. Her mother Maxime, one of a family of fourteen, had been an athlete herself as a young girl but, like so many other girls in Waterhouse, had to stop after she had her first baby. Maxime’s early entry into the adult world with its responsibilities gave her the determination to ensure that her kids would not end up in Waterhouse's roundabout of poverty. One of the first things Maxime used to do with Shelly-Ann was taking her to the track, and she was ready to sacrifice everything. It didn't take long for Shelly-Ann to realize that sports could be her way out of Waterhouse. On a summer evening in Beijing in 2008, all those long, hard hours of work and commitment finally bore fruit. The barefoot kid who just a few years previously had been living in poverty, surrounded by criminals and violence, had written a new chapter in the history of sports. But Shelly-Ann’s victory was far greater than that. The night she won Olympic gold in Beijing, the routine murders in Waterhouse and the drug wars in the neighboring streets stopped. The dark cloud above one of the world’s toughest criminal neighborhoods simply disappeared for a few days. “I have so much fire burning for my country,” Shelly said. She plans to start a foundation for homeless children and wants to build a community centre in Waterhouse. She hopes to inspire the Jamaicans to lay down their weapons. She intends to fight to make it a woman’s as well as a man’s world. As Muhammad Ali puts it, “Champions aren't made in gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them. A desire, a dream, a vision.” One of the things Shelly-Ann can be proud of is her understanding of this truth. 65.Why did Stephen Francis decide to coach Shelly-Ann? _____ A.He had a strong desire to free her family from trouble. B.He sensed a great potential in her despite her weaknesses. C.She had big problems maintaining her performance. D.She suffered a lot of defeats at the previous track meets. 66.What did the sprinting world think of Shelly-Ann before the 2008 Olympic Games? _____ A.She would become a promising star. B.She badly needed to set higher goals. C.Her sprinting career would not last long. D.Her talent for sprinting was known to all. 67.What made Maxime decide to train her daughter on the track? _____ A.Her success and lessons in her career. B.Her interest in Shelly-Ann’s quick profit. C.Her wish to get Shelly-Ann out of poverty. D.Her early entrance into the sprinting world. 68.What can we infer from Shelly-Ann's statement underlined in Paragraph 5? _____ A.She was highly rewarded for her efforts. B.She was eager to do more for her country. C.She became an athletic star in her country. D.She was the envy of the whole community. 69.By mentioning Muhammad Ali’s words, the author intends to tell us that ______. A.players should be highly inspired by coaches B.great athletes need to concentrate on patience C.hard work is necessary in one’s achievements D.motivation allows great athletes to be on the top 70.What is the best title for the passage? _____ A.The Making of a Great Athlete B.The Dream for Championship C.The Key to High Performance D.The Power of Full Responsibility B When her five daughters were young, Helene An always told them that there was strength in unity(团结). To show this, she held up one chopstick, representing one person. Then she easily broke it into two pieces. Next, she tied several chopsticks together, representing a family. She showed the girls it was hard to break the tied chopsticks. This lesson about family unity stayed with the daughters as they grew up. Helene An and her family own a large restaurant business in California. However, when Helene and her husband Danny left their home in Vietnam in 1975, they didn't have much money. They moved their family to San Francisco. There they joined Danny's mother, Diana, who owned a small Italian sandwich shop. Soon afterwards, Helene and Diana changed the sandwich shop into a small Vietnamese restaurant. The five daughters helped in the restaurant when they were young. However, Helene did not want her daughters to always work in the family business because she thought it was too hard. Eventually the girls all graduated from college and went away to work for themselves, but one by one, the daughters returned to work in the family business. They opened new restaurants in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Even though family members sometimes disagreed with each other, they worked together to make the business successful. Daughter Elisabeth explains, "Our mother taught us that to succeed we must have unity, and to have unity we must have peace. Without the strength of the family, there is no business." Their expanding business became a large corporation in 1996, with three generations of Ans working together. Now the Ans' corporation makes more than $20 million each year. Although they began with a small restaurant, they had big dreams, and they worked together. Now they are a big success. 60.Helene tied several chopsticks together to show ______. A.the strength of family unity B.the difficulty of growing up C.the advantage of chopsticks D.the best way of giving a lesson 61.We can I earn from Paragraph 2 that the An family ______. A.started a business in 1975 B.left Vietnam without much money C.bought a restaurant in San Francisco D.opened a sandwich shop in Los Angeles 62.What can we infer about the An daughters? _____ A.They did not finish their college education. B.They could not bear to work in the family business. C.They were influenced by what Helene taught them. D.They were troubled by disagreement among family members. 63.Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? _____ A.How to Run a Corporation B.Strength Comes from Peace C.How to Achieve a Big Dream D.Family Unity Builds Success C As Internet users become more dependent on the Internet to store information, are people remember less? If you know your computer will save information, why store it in your own personal memory, your brain? Experts are wondering if the Internet is changing what we remember and how. In a recent study, Professor Betsy Sparrow conducted some experiments. She and her research team wanted to know the Internet is changing memory. In the first experiment, they gave people 40 unimportant facts to type into a computer. The first group of people understood that the computer would save the information. The second group understood that the computer would not save it. Later, the second group remembered the information better. People in the first group knew they could find the information again, so they did not try to remember it. In another experiment, the researchers gave people facts to remember, and told them where to find the information on the Internet. The information was in a specific computer folder (文件夹). Surprisingly, people later remember the folder location better than the facts. When people use the Internet, they do not remember the information. Rather, they remember how to find it. This is called“transactive memory(交互记忆)”. According to Sparrow, we are not becoming people with poor memories as a result of the Internet. Instead, computer users are developing stronger transactive memories; that is, people are learning how to organize huge quantities of information so that they are able to access it at a later date. This doesn't mean we are becoming either more or less intelligent, but there is no doubt that the way we use memory is changing. 64.The passage begins with two questions to ______. A.introduce the main topic B.show the author's altitude C.describe how to use the Internet D.explain how to store information 65.What can we learn about the first experiment? _____ A.Sparrow's team typed the information into a computer. B.The two groups remembered the information equally well. C.The first group did not try to remember the formation. D.The second group did not understand the information. 66.In trans active memory, people ______. A.keep the information in mind B.change the quantity of information C.organize information like a computer D.remember how to find the information 67.What is the effect of the Internet according to Sparrow's research? _____ A.We are using memory differently. B.We are becoming more intelligent. C.We have poorer memories than before. D.We need a better way to access information. D There are an extremely large number of ants worldwide. Each individual ant hardly weigh anything, but put together they weigh roughly the same as all of mankind. They also live nearly everywhere, except on frozen mountain tops and around the poles. For animals their size, ants have been astonishingly successful, largely due to their wonderful social behavior. In colonies(群体) that range in size from a few hundred to tens of millions, they organize their lives with a clear division of labor. Even more amazing is how they achieve this level of organization. Where we use sound and sight to communicate, ants depend primarily on pheromone(外激素), chemicals sent out by individuals and smelled or tasted by fellow members of their colony. When an ant finds food, it produces a pheromone that will lead others straight to where the food is. When an individual ant comes under attack or is dying, it sends out an alarm pheromone to warn the colony to prepare for a conflict as a defense unit. In fact, when it comes to the art of war, ants have no equal. They are completely fearless and will readily take on a creature much larger than themselves, attacking in large groups and overcoming their target. Such is their devotion to the common good of the colony that not only soldier ants but also worker ants will sacrifice their lives to help defeat an enemy. Behaving in this selfless and devoted manner, these little creatures have survived on Earth, for more than 140 million years, far longer than dinosaurs. Because they think as one, they have a collective(集体的) intelligence greater than you would expect from its individual parts. 68.We can learn from the passage that ants are _____. A.not willing to share food B.not found around the poles C.more successful than all other animals D.too many to achieve any level of organization 69.Ants can use pheromones for _____. A.escape B.communication C.warning enemies D.arranging labor 70.What does the underlined expression "take on" in Paragraph 3 mean? _____ A.Accept. B.Employ. C.Play with. D.Fight against. 71.Which of the following contributes most to the survival of ants? _____ A.Their behavior. B.Their size. C.Their number. D.Their weight. 【实题检测】2015 1.I’m so ______ to all those volunteers because they helped my terrible day end happily. A.special B.superior C.grateful D.attractive 2.They gave money to the old people's home either _____ or through their companies. A.legally B.sincerely C.personally D.deliberately 3.It was _____of Michael to inform us of his delay in case we got worried. A.careless B.considerate C.patient D.generous 4.Listening is thus an active, not a ______, behavior consisting of hearing, understanding and remembering. A.considerate B.sensitive C.reliable D.passive 5.The police officers decided to conduct a thorough and ______ review of the case. A.comprehensive B.complicated C.conscious D.crucial 6.Even though the conference hall is near his apartment, he has to hurry a little if he wants to be ______. A.accurate B.punctual C.efficient D.reasonable 7.I don’t think what he said is _____ to the topic we are discussing. He has missed the point.(2015湖北28) A.faithful B.parallel C.relevant D.similar 8.Andy is content with the toy. It is ______ he has ever got. A.a better B.the better C.a best D.the best 9.The children loved their day trip, and they enjoyed the horse ride ______. A.most B.more C.less D.little 10.I’m sure that your letter will get ______ attention. They know you’re waiting for the reply. A.continued B.immediate C.careful D.general 11.As there is less and less coal and oil, scientists are exploring new ways of making use of _____ energy, such as sunlight, wind and water for power and fuel. A.primary B.alternative C.instant D.unique 12.Compared with his sister, Jerry is even more ______ to, and more easily troubled by, emotional and relationship problems. A.skeptical B.addicted C.available D.sensitive 13.Frank put the medicine in a top drawer to make sure it would not be ______ to the kids. A.accessible B.relative C.acceptable D.sensitive 14.How much ______ she looked without her glasses! A.well B.good C.best D.better 15.I’m not surprised that he became a writer. Even as a child he had a _____ imagination. A.clear B.cautious C.funny D.vivid 16.John is very __________-if he promises to do something he’ll do it. A.independent B.confident C.reliable D.flexible 【词汇检测】 1.His body temperature has been ____ for 3 days, the highest point reaching 40.5 degrees centigrade. A.acid B.abrupt C.abnormal D.accessible 2.He is quite sure that it’s_____ impossible for him to fulfill the task within two days. A.absolutely B.accurately C.actively D.acutely 3.The pictures painted by Picasso are really_____. I can’t understand them without caption(字幕). A.abrupt B.abstract C.concrete D.addictive 4.It is _____ that women should be paid less than men for doing the same kind of work. A.allergic B.amateur C.absurd D.annual 5.Our resources and stable policy provide foreigners with the ____ advantages they invest here. A.attractive B.authentic C.available D.abundant 6.As is well known to us all, medicine should not be kept where it is _____ to children. A.accessible B.apparent C.allergic D.automatic 7.Advanced computer technology has come up with an answer to _____ weather forecasting. A.aware B.accurate C.average D.awesome 8.The workers are so _____ to the noise of the machine that they don’t even notice it during their work. A.admirable B.accustomed C.astonished D.associated 9.Environment problem is now so severe. Pollution is not only a major long-term burden on the Chinese public but also an _____ political challenge to the ruling Communist Party. A.acute B.awkward C.authentic D.allergic 10.I hope I will not be called on in class as I’m not yet _____ prepared.(2006SH) A.attentively B.attractively C.actively D.adequately 11.Animals can become unusually ____ when they are upset by a sudden environmental change. A.awake B.ashamed C.arbitrary D.aggressive 12.The patient suffering from cancer looked dead but the faint pulse proved that he was still _____. A.live B.allergic C.alive D.lively 13.He started choking after eating the chili pepper to which he was _____. A.allergic B.addictive C.aware D.arbitrary 14.The stone is _____ two hundred kilograms, and no one can _____ move it. A.nearly; almost B.almost; nearly C.mostly; almost D.nearly; mostly 15.I plan to go back home to visit my family during the Spring Festival, but if I can’t get the train ticket, I still have an _____ plan: to visit the museums. A.appropriate B.alternative C.approximate D.anxious 16.Several universities in America have top- class _____ basketball teams, and talented players often turn professional as soon as they finish their studies. A.ambiguous B.alternative C.aggressive D.amateur 17.His _____ directions confused us; we did not know which of the two roads to take. A.ambiguous B.ample C.arbitrary D.artificial 18.Susan managed to climb out of the car, _____ unhurt. A.regularly B.apparently C.approximately D.frequently 19.Knowing what is an _____ behavior at table will enable you to find it easy to make friends with others. A.abstract B.apparent C.appropriate D.ambiguous 20.A good judge should try to be fair and not to make _____ decisions. A.abrupt B.arbitrary C.alternative D.artificial 21.The informed consumers can easily find out the _____ or natural diamonds. A.artificial B.athletic C.actual D.authentic 22.What the correspondent(通讯员) sent us is an _____ news report. We can depend on it. A.artificial B.authentic C.automatic D.approximate 23.The school is trying its best to make more accommodation _____ for increasing students. A.available B.approachable C.admirable D.accessible 24.He was quite _____ of the risk, but he had no choice but to go ahead. A.accurate B.ashamed C.accustomed D.aware 25.The shy girl felt ____ and uncomfortable when she could not answer her teacher’s questions. A.amazed B.awkward C.allergic D.amused 26.The hills in my hometown which used to be covered with green trees are now mostly _____. A.empty B.blank C.vacant D.bare 27.In some countries, some people do not even have fresh water or _____ health care. A.basic B.botanical C.brief D.bureaucratic 28.Cycling is highly _____ to people’s health and the environment. A.bitter B.beneficial C.basic D.botanical 29.You will not know whether it is _____ or sweet if you don’t taste it yourself. A.boring B.cheerful C.changeable D.bitter 30.Although the scientist has made his _____ mark in the field of physics, he is sometimes absent-minded in his daily life. A.brilliant B.casual C.bureaucratic D.civil 31.With the development of West China, many technicians are ____ needed there in recent years. A.cautiously B.casually C.badly D.barely 【选词填空】 A.accurate, actual, acute, addict, alternative, 1.This book gives us an __________ picture of the city in the 19th century. 2.We could take the train or __________ go by car. 3.Dogs have an ___________ sense of smell. 4.I cannot give you the ___________ figure before a further research. 5.I went through about four years of being ___________ to video games. B.appropriate, artificial, awkward, available, ashamed 6.Plain and simple clothes are __________ for school wear. 7.This brand of tinned beans contains no ___________ colouring. 8.They wanted to be alone and it really made me feel ___________. 9.Joan was _________ of her rudeness. 10.You will be informed when the book becomes __________. C.bare, basic, brief, brilliant, 11.These facts are __________ to an understanding of the case. 12.She is __________ but her work lacks organization. 13.The President read a __________ statement to reporters before boarding his plane. 14.He is a bachelor, living in a __________ apartment in the state capital. - 10 - / 10 高考英语专题练习(十五) 冲刺导练 答 案 一、完形填空 36~40.DBBAC 41~45.DBACA 46~50.ABCDD 51~55.CCBAD 二、阅读理解 21~24.ACDC 65~70.BCCBDA 60~63.ABCD 64~67.ACDA 68~71.BBDA 【语法重点运用导练】 1~5.CCBDA 6~10.BCDAB 11~15.BDADD16C 【高考词汇分类记练】 1~5.CABCD 6~10.ABBAD 11~15.DCAAB 16~20.DABCB 21~35.ABADB 26~30.DABAA 31.C 【选词填空】 1.accurate 2.alternatively 3.acute 4.actual 5.addicted 6.appropriate 7.artificial 8.awkward 9.ashamed 10.available 11.basic 12.brilliant 13.brief 14.bare=empty - 1 - / 1

  • ID:4-5961430 高考英语-冲刺导练-专题练习(十四)(含答案与解析)

    高中英语/高考专区/三轮冲刺

    高考英语专题练习(十四) 冲刺导练 一、完形填空 I had worried myself sick over Simon’s mother coming to see me. I was a new 21 , and I gave an honest account of the students’ work. In Simon’s case, the grades were awfully low. He couldn’t read his own handwriting. 22 he was a bright student. He discussed adult subjects with nearly adult comprehension. His work in no way reflected his 23 . So when Simon’s mother entered the room, my palms(手掌心) were sweating. I was completely 24 for her kisses on both my cheeks. “I came to thank you,” she said, surprising me beyond speech. 25 me, Simon had become a different person. He talked of how he 26 me, he had began to make friends, and for the first time in his twelve years, he had 27 spent an afternoon at a friend’s house. She wanted to tell me how grateful she was for the 28 I had nurtured(培养) in her son. She kissed me again and left. I sat, stunned(惊呆), for about half an hour, 29 what had just happened. How did I make such a life-changing difference to that boy without 30 knowing it? What I finally came to 31 was one day, several months before, when some students were 32 reports in the front of the class, Jeanne spoke 33 , and to encourage her to raise her voice, I had said, “Speak up. Simon’s the expert on this. He is the 34 one you have to convince, and he can’t hear you in the 35 of the room.” That was it. From that day on, Simon had sat up straighter, paid more attention, 36 more, and became happy. And it was all because he 37 to be the last kid in the last row. The boy who most needed 38 was the one who took the last seat that day. It taught me the most 39 lesson over the years of my teaching career, and I’m thankful that it came 40 and positively. A small kindness can indeed make a difference. 21.A.cleaner B.reporter C.monitor D.teacher 22.A.Or B.And C.But D.So 23.A.courage B.abilities C.feelings D.dream 24.A.desperate B.responsible C.unprepared D.unsuitable 25.A.Because of B.In spite of C.Apart from D.As for 26.A.loved B.envied C.pleased D.criticized 27.A.gradually B.constantly C.recently D.obviously 28.A.self-respect B.self-doubt C.self-pity D.self-defence 29.A.imagining B.observing C.wondering D.regretting 30.A.also B.even C.always D.still 31.A.expect B.remember C.believe D.accept 32.A.writing B.reviewing C.editing D.giving 33.A.quietly B.repeatedly C.quickly D.firmly 34.A.lucky B.lonely C.only D.likely 35.A.entrance B.middle C.front D.back 36.A.slept B.smiled C.shouted D.quarreled 37.A.intended B.pretended C.refused D.happened 38.A.change B.praise C.thanks D.visits 39.A.difficult B.painful C.valuable D.enjoyable 40.A.early B.slowly C.frequently D.occasionally 二、阅读理解 A Everyone looks forward to progress, whether in one’s personal life or in the general society. Progress indicates a person’s ability to change the way he is living at the moment. Progress must lead a better way of doing things. All these, however, remains true only in so far as people want to accept technology and move forward by finding new and more efficient ways of doing things. However, at the back of the minds of many people, especially those who miss the “good old days”, efficiency comes with a price. When communication becomes efficient, people are able to contact one another no matter where they are and at whatever time they wish to. The click of a button allows people miles apart to talk or to see each other without even leaving their homes. With the communication gadgets, such as mobile phones and iPads, people often do not take the effort to visit one another personally. A personal visit carries with the additional feature of having to be in the person’s presence for as long as the visit lasts. We cannot unnecessarily excuse ourselves or turn the other person off. With efficiency also comes mass production. Such is the nature of factories and the success of industrialization today. Factories have improved efficiency. Unskillful tasks are left to machines and products are better made and produced with greater accuracy than any human hand could ever have done. However, with the improvements in efficiency also comes the loss of the personal touch when making these products. For example, many handcrafts(手工艺品) are now produced in a factory. Although this means that supply is better able to increase demand, now that the supply is quick and efficient, the demand might fall because mass production lowers the quality of the handicraft and it is difficult to find unique designs on each item. Nevertheless, we must not commit the mistake of analyzing progress only from one point of view. In fact, progress has allowed tradition to keep up. It is only with progress and the invention of new technology that many old products can be brought back to their old state. New technology is required for old products to stay old. It is people’s attitude towards progress that causes the type of influence that technology has on society. Technology is flexible. There is no fixed way of making use of it. Everything depends on people’s attitude. The worst effects of progress will fall on those who are unable to rethink their attitudes and views of society. When we accept progress and adapt it to suit our needs, a new “past” is created. 35.According to Paragraph 1, progress can benefit people when they are willing to _______. A.live a better life B.look for better methods C.change ways of living D.accept technology and advance steadily 36.The underlined word “gadgets” is closest in meaning to _______. A.tools B.messages C.barriers D.skills 37.The author explains “efficiency comes with a price” by _______. A.describing a process B.using examples C.following time order D.making classification 38.Compared with home-made handicrafts, machine made products _______. A.lack great accuracy B.lack the personal touch C.are of high value D.are quite welcome 39.What can be learned about technology from Paragraph 4? _______. A.It can destroy old traditions. B.It can lead to social progress. C.It can be used to correct mistakes. D.It can be used to preserve old products. 40.What can be concluded from the last paragraph? _______. A.Progress can suit the needs of daily life. B.People review the past with great regret. C.Technology should be introduced in a fixed way. D.People’s attitude decides the use of technology. B Peer pressure is all about being forced into a certain way of living, dressing, talking, socializing and even thinking — simply because that is how everyone else you know behaves, dresses, talks, socializes and thinks. Young people can be often insensitive in their dealings with each other. And they are very quick to notice differences of habit, dress and social behavior. As a result, you might have to buy the latest fashions in clothes and other things. Because everyone else does the same, regardless of cost or comfort. You might end up reading what they read, watching the same television programs and movies that others watch and using the same language that they use. Because, otherwise, you feel left out of all the conversation. You might end up staying out late at night or eating out all the time, simply because that is what the others do, regardless of whether you can afford to or not. The best way to deal with peer pressure is to select your friends very carefully. Preferably, your friends should be in a mixed group of people. That keeps everyone rooted and more tolerant(容忍) of differences. The second is to gather your courage and to tell people to mind their own business, if and when they begin to interfere with your life. Sure, a few people may be offended(冒犯). But they will also learn to be less offensive themselves, in future. And most importantly, you have to remember that you are an individual and a unique one. And your decisions to eat, drink, dress, talk, go out, read or think are your own. If others don’t share these interests or habits, too bad. Let your peers and friends catch up with you. If they can’t, find new friends. 41.If you are forced into a certain way of thinking and acting like everyone you know, you _______. A.are suffering from peer pressure B.are losing yourself C.are learning from them D.are getting on well with them 42.Why might you have to buy the latest fashions in clothes and other things? _______ A.Because you like them. B.Because you want to catch up with others. C.Because they look fashionable. D.Because you can afford them. 43.Which is the best way to deal with peer pressure? _______ A.To keep away from others. B.To be more tolerant of differences. C.To tell others what you like. D.To choose your friends carefully. 44.What does the underlined phrase “interfere with” in Paragraph 4 mean? _______ A.Put one’s foot in. B.Be connected with. C.Get in the way of. D.Get caught in. 45.The main purpose of this passage is _______. A.to tell young people how to get along with their friends B.to tell young people how to catch up with fashion C.to tell young people how to live an independent life D.to tell young people how to deal with peer pressure C Many cities have subways and underground public transportation to take locals and tourists alike rapidly around the city. However, there’s something different about riding a London subway. It may not look different, but the historical value of one of England’s most popular forms of transportation is enough to make riding the subway a must when visiting London. With a little under 300 different stations, the subway can take you almost anywhere you need to go. Riding a London subway, a person from other countries will notice one major difference: in London, people do not look at each other. In fact, eye contact is avoided at all times. That’s not rudeness ― people are just too busy to bother looking. Busy doing what, you ask? Well, they’re certainly not using the time for a moment of quiet thinking. Nor are they reading a book. New technology has replaced quiet habits. Today the only acceptable form of book on the London underground is an e-book. Apple must earn a fortune from London commuters(使用月票上下班者). Since the launch of the iPhone in 2007, over 40,000 yes, that’s 40,000 “apps” have been designed. Commuters love them because they are the perfect time-fillers. One “app”, called iShoot, is a game that features tanks. Another one, Tube Exits, tells passengers where to sit on the train to be closest to the exit of their destination. iSteam clouds the iPhone screen when you breathe into the microphone. You can then write in the “steam” on your phone screen. For those without an iPhone, another Apple product, the iPod, may be the distraction(消遣) of choice. It’s not just teenagers who “plug in” to their music-iPods are a popular way to pass the time for all ages. And if games, e-books and music aren’t enough to keep you occupied, then perhaps you would prefer a film? The development of palm(手掌) DVD technology means many commuters watch their favorite TV shows or films on the way to work. With all these distractions, it’s amazing that people still remember to get off the train. 46.Those who want to save time to reach where they go can download _______ to their iPhones. A.iShoot B.Tube Exits C.iSteam D.iPod 47.People in London do not make eye contact on the subway because _______. A.they are going to work and have no time to communicate with each other B.they love reading books and do not want to be disturbed C.they feel sleepy because of getting up early D.they are busy playing games, reading e-books, listening to music or watching films 48.The underlined word “apps” in the fourth paragraph means _______. A.computers B.programs downloaded for the iPhone C.computer companies D.fortune from London commuters 49.Which word best describes the writer’s attitude towards commuters’ behaviors? _______ A.positive B.negative C.fair D.hateful 50.The main idea of the passage is that _______. A.London commuters are unfriendly to strangers B.Apple has earned a lot of money from selling 40,000 apps C.riding a London subway is a must when visiting London D.technology is changing how London commuters spend their traveling time D You know how wonderful you are, and you know that others know how wonderful you are, but what do you do when admiration crosses over the line into jealousy(嫉妒)? For most teens there will come a day when you realize that one of your friends is jealous and that this jealousy is hurting your friendship. When this happens it can seem like there is nothing that you can do, but the good news is that there is. Don’t let jealousy ruin your relationships. Tackle(处理) it head-on and you might be back to normal much sooner than you think. It can be hard to walk up to a friend and ask them what the problem is, but if you want to save your friendship you’ll have to do just that. Don’t approach them and ask why they are jealous of you (unless of course you want to appear totally proud), just take some time alone with them and let them know that you’ve been feeling like there’s been something coming between you. If they refuse to respond, then use the opportunity to explain how you have been feeling. Chances are that something you say will strike a nerve and your friend will open up as well. When you figure out what is annoying your friend, ask him or her what she/he thinks would make the situation better. If, for example, she/he says that she/he feels like she/he doesn’t get to spend any time with you because of your being off with your new friends from the swim team then maybe you could invite her along the next time or block off one day a week for just the two of you. Remember, though, that whatever solution you decide on should be a compromise. Don’t limit your own talents or opportunities simply because your friend is unhappy. Try instead to include him or her in your new life and see how that works out. Even the best of friendships can be affected by jealousy. This destructive emotion is rarely productive and can turn best friends into worst enemies. Before taking extreme action, chat with your jealous friend to see if the two of you can work out a compromise. If you can’t, be prepared to know exactly how far you will go to keep your friend and how far you won’t. 51.According to the author, the jealousy emotion is _______. A.abnormal B.productive C.destructive D.extreme 52.Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a way to face your friend when jealousy happens? _______ A.Walking up to him/her and asking him/her what the problem is. B.Walking up to him/her and asking him/her why he/she is jealous of you. C.Spending some time with him/her and letting him/her know how you feel. D.Spending some time with him/her and letting him/her know you think there’s something between you. 53.The underlined “it” in the first paragraph refers to _______. A.jealousy B.relationship C.admiration D.friendship 54.What can be inferred from the last two paragraphs? _______ A.Jealousy can turn best friends into worst enemies. B.There’s always a solution to solve the problem of jealousy. C.You may lose a friend to keep your own gifts, chances or development. D.You're supposed to go a long way with your friend to work out a solution 55.The purpose of the passage is _______. A.to explain what causes jealousy B.to offer some advice on making friends C.to clarify how destructive the jealous emotion is D.to introduce the way to cope with a jealous friend 三、阅读表达 You may think that inventions are far away from your daily life. But in fact, almost everyone can invent. It’s just that they do not recognize that their idea could be the start of an invention. Once inventors see their ideas have some practical value, they don't let them slip away. For example, the inventor of the dishwasher, American Josephine Cochrane, loved to give dinner parties. But she found it took too long to wash her dishes by hand and too many of them broke. She decided that a machine could do the job faster and with fewer mistakes. So, in I886, she set out to make one for herself. Like Cochrane's, most inventions are created to solve a problem. So, the first and most important step is to find the problem. Start by looking at what is wrong with things you use now and ask people around if they remember ever saying: “I wish someone would invent something for…” Then you might notice situations or things in need of improvement. The next step is to think about possible solutions. An invention is a new way of solving a problem. So think of many, varied, and unusual ways. You can often come up with a solution for a problem by looking at it from a different angle or thinking about it in a new way. After all, most inventions are not brand new. They do not come out of nowhere, but of things or ideas that already exist. And the hardest part of inventing, even for a lot of inventors, is coming up with a problem and finding a solution. Once you have an idea, you can always get help building your invention. This problem-solving technique can also work in your everyday lives. So, why not try it in your studies, in your relationship with others, or even in the way you look at the world! 56.According to the passage, how are inventors different from other people?(no more than 15 words) 57.Why did Cochrane decide to invent a dishwasher?(no more than 20 words) 58.Please explain the underlined phrase in English.(no more than 5 words) 59.According to the passage, what is the process of inventing?(no more than 15 words) 60.What statement from the passage inspires you to invent and why?(The reason must be no more than 20 words) 【语法重点复习导练】高二语法技能重点复习导练:动词6 非限定动词2 1.The idea“happiness”, _______, will not sit still for easy definition. A.to be rigid B.to be sure C.to be perfect D.to be fair 2.The lecture _______, a lively question- and-answer session followed. A.being given B.having given C.to be given D.having been given 3.While waiting for the opportunity to get _______, Henry did his best to perform his duty. A.promote B.promoted C.promoting D.to promote 4.Today there are more airplanes _______ more people than ever before in the skies. A.carry B.carrying C.carried D.to be carrying 5._______ me tomorrow and I’ll let you know the lab result. A.Calling B.Call C.To call D.Having called 6.For those with family members far away, the personal computer and the phone are important in staying _______. A.connected B.connecting C.to connect D.to be connected 7.Children, when _______ by their parents, are allowed to enter the stadium. A.to be accompanied B.to accompany C.accompanying D.accompanied 8._______ your own needs and styles of communication is as important as learning to convey your affection and emotions. A.Understanding B.To be understood C.Being understood D.Having understood 9.There is no greater pleasure than lying on my back in the middle of the grassland, _______ at the night sky. A.to stare B.staring C.stared D, having stared 10._______ what you’re doing today important, because you’re trading a day of your life for it. A.Make B.To make C.Making D.Made 11._______ ourselves from the physical and mental tensions, we each need deep thought and inner quietness. A.Having freed B.Freed C.To free D.Freeing 12.There is a note pinned to the door_______ when the shop will open again. A.saying B.says C.said D.having said 13.It’s standard practice for a company like this one _______ a security officer. A.employed B.being employed C.to employ D.employs 14.It’s quite hot today. Do you feel like _______ for a swim? A.to go B.going C go D.having gone 15._______ the difficult maths problem, I have consulted Professor Russell several times. A.Working out B.Worked out C.To work out D.Work out 【高考词汇分类记练】《天津卷·高考词汇手册》词表词性分类记练一)名词Noun高考实考题集 2015名词 1.There is no need to tell me your answer now. Give it some _______ and then let me know. A.thought B.support C.protection D.authority 2.Studies have shown that the right and left ear _______ sound differently. A.produce B.pronounce C.process D.download 3.One of the most effective ways to reduce _______ is to talk about feeling with someone you trust. A.production B.stress C.energy D.power 4.Some schools will have to make _______ in agreement with the national soccer reform. A.judgments B.adjustments C.comments D.achievements 5.— Go and say sorry to your mom, Dave. — I’d like to, but I’m afraid Mom won’t be happy with my _______. A.requests B.excuses C.apologies D.regrets 6.When he was running after his brother, the boy lost his _______ and had a bad fall. A.balance B .chance C .memory D .place 7.He gave himself a new name to hide his_______ when he went to carry out the secret task. A.emotion B.talent C.identity D.treasure 8.The failure was a big _______ to him, but he wasn't discouraged and soon got as enthusiastic as ever. A.blow B.issue C.excuse D.factor 9.It is important to remember that success _______ a sum of small efforts made each day and often _______ years of achieve. A.is; takes B.are; takes C.are; take D.is; take 10.—Why not buy a second?hand car first if you don't have enough money for a new one? —That's a good_______. A.saying B.question C.suggestion D.account 11.— Could you tell me the_______ of making such tasty cakes? — Well, I just follow the directions in the cookbook. A.feature B.plan C.cost D.trick 12.She was put under house arrest two years ago but remained a powerful _______ in last year's election. A.symbol B.portrait C.identity D.statue 13.Wind is now the world's fastest growing _______ of power. A.source B.sense C.result D.root 14.We most prefer to say yes to the _______ of someone we know and like. A.attempts B.requests C.doubts D.promises 15.Poetry written from the _______ of the urban youth tends to reveal their anxiety over a lack of sense of belonging. A.perspective B.priority C.participation D.privilege 16.Carbon dioxide, which makes a _______ between us and the sun, prevents heat from getting out of the atmosphere easily, so the earth is becoming warmer. A.difference B.comparison C.connection D.barrier 17.An artist who was recently traveling on a ferry to the southern island discovered _______ a long lost antique Greek vase. A.at random B.by chance C.in turn D.on occasion 18.With inspiration from other food cultures, American food culture can take a _______ for the better. A.share B.chance C.turn D.lead 19.Whenever I made mistakes, the teacher pointed them out with _______. A.curiosity B.satisfaction C.envy D.patience 20.The accident caused some _______ to my car, but it’s nothing serious. A.harm B.injury C.ruin D.damage 21.While she was in Paris, she developed a _______ for fine art. A.way B.relation C.taste D.habit 22.As the world’s population continues to grow, the _______ of food becomes more and more of a concern. A.worth B.supply C.package D.list 23.You were working too hard. You’d better keep a _______ between work and relaxation. A.promise B.lead C.balance D.diary 24.The Harry Potter books are quite popular; they are in great _______ in this city. A.quantity B.progress C.production D.demand 25.He will come to understand your efforts sooner or later. It’s just a matter of _______. A.luck B.value C.time D.fact 26.You’d better write down the phone number of that restaurant for future _______. A.purpose B.reference C.progress D.memory 27.— Can I help you with it? — I appreciate your_______, but I can manage it myself. A.advice B.question C.offer D.idea 28.The officer insisted that Michael did not follow the correct _______ in applying for a visa. A.pattern B.procedure C.program D.perspective 29.It is important to have your eyes examined regularly to check for any sign of eye disease that may not have any _______. A.symptom B.similarity C.sample D.shadow 30. Our _______ as a student will be excellent if you develop a habit of reflecting on how you learn. A.operation B.growth C.performance D.character 31.— Why do you choose to work in an international travel agency? — Well, you know, English is my _______. So it is my best choice. A.strength B.talent C.ability D.skill 32.My first _______ of him was that he was a kind and thoughtful young man. A.expression B.attention C.satisfaction D.impression 33.We’d better discuss everything _______ before we work out the plan. A.in detail B.in general C.on purpose D.on time 34.There’s a _______ in our office that when it’s somebody’s birthday, they bring in a cake for us all to share. A.tradition B.balance C.concern D.relationship 35.What’s the_______, in your opinion, of helping him if he doesn’t make an effort to help himself? A.sympathy B.theme C.object D.point 36.When asked about their opinions about the schoolmaster, many teachers would prefer to see him step aside _______ younger men. A.in terms of B.in need of C.in favor of D.in praise of 37.Giving up my job to go back to full-time education was a big _______, but now I know it was the best decision I ever made. A.project B.commitment C.competition D.ambition 38.“Tommy, run! Be quick! The house is on fire!” the mother shouted, with _______ clearly in her voice. A.anger B.rudeness C.regret D.panic 39.Always remember to put such dangerous things as knives out of children’s _______. A.touch B.sight C.reach D.distance 40. Anyway, I can’t cheat him — it’s against all my _______. A.emotions B.principles C.regulations D.opinions 41.The lack of eco-friendly habits among the public is thought to be a major _______ of global climate change. A.result B.cause C.warning D.reflection 42.Teachers have to constantly update their knowledge in order to maintain their professional _______. A.consequence B.independence C.competence D.intelligence - 10 - / 10 高考英语专题练习(十四) 冲刺导练 答 案 【读写应用综合训练】 一、完形填空Clozetest14记叙文4 21~25.DCBCA 26~30.ACACB 31~35.BDACD 36~40.BDBCA 【阅读理解】 35-40.DABBDD 41~45.ABDCD 46~50.BDBCD 51~55.CBACD 【题组2】1~5BDBBB 6~10ADABA 11~15CACBC 【高考词汇分类记练】《天津卷?高考词汇手册》词性分类记练一)名词实考综练 1~5.ACBBC 6~10.ACAAC 11~15.DAABA 16~20.DBCDD 21~25.CBCDC 26~30.BCBAC 31~35.ADAAD 36~40.CBDCB 41~42.BC - 1 - / 1

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    高考英语专题练习(十七) 冲刺导练 一、完形填空 Charlotte Whitehead was born in England in 1843, and moved to Montreal, Canada at the age five with her family. While 21 her ill elder sister throughout the years, Charlotte discovered she had a (an) 22 in medicine. At 18 she married and 23 a family. Several years later, Charlotte said she wanted to be a 24 Her husband supported her decision. 25 , Canadian medical schools did not 26 women students at the time. Therefore, Charlotte went to the United States to study 27 at the Women’s Medical College in Philadelphia. It took her five years to 28 her medical degree. Upon graduation, Charlotte 29 to Montreal and set up a private 30 . Three years later, she moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba, and there she was once again a 31 doctor. Many of her patients were from the nearby timber and railway camps. Charlotte 32 herself operating on damaged limbs and setting 33 bones, in addition to delivering all the babies in the area. But Charlotte had been practicing without a license. She had 34 a doctor’s license in both Montreal and Winnipeg, but was 35 . The Manitoba College of Physicians and Surgeons, an all-male board, wanted her to 36 her studies at a Canadian medical college! Charlotte refused to 37 her patients to spend time studying what she already knew. So in 1887, she appeared to the Manitoba Legislature to 38 a license to her but they, too, refused. Charlotte 39 to practice without a license until 1912.She died four years later at the age of 73. In 1993, 77 years after her 40 , a medical license was issued to Charlotte. This decision was made by the Manitoba Legislature to honor “this courageous and pioneering woman.” 21.A.raising B.teaching C.nursing D.missing 22.A.habit B.interest C.opinion D.voice 23.A.invented B.selected C.offered D.started 24.A.doctor B.musician C.lawyer D.physicist 25.A.Besides B.Unfortunately C.Otherwise D.Eventually 26.A.hire B.entertain C.trust D.accept 27.A.history B.physics C.medicine D.law 28.A.improve B.save C.design D.earn 29.A.returned B.escaped C.spread D.wandered 30.A.school B.museum C.clinic D.lab 31.A.busy B.wealthy C.greedy D.lucky 32.A.helped B.found C.troubled D.imagined 33.A.harmful B.tired C.broken D.weak 34.A.put away B.taken over C.turned in D.applied for 35.A.punished B.refused C.blamed D.fired 36.A.display B.change C.preview D.complete 37.A.leave B.charge C.test D.cure 38.A.sell B.donate C.issue D.show 39.A.continued B.promised C.pretended D.dreamed 40.A.birth B.death C.wedding D.graduation 二、阅读理解 College Is Not Home The college years are supposed to be a time for important growth in autonomy(自主性) and the development of adult identity. However, now they are becoming an extended period of adolescence, during which many of today’s students are not shouldered with adult responsibilities. For previous generations, college was a decisive break from parental control; guidance and support needed to come from people of the same age and from within. In the past two decades, however, continued connection with and dependence on family, thanks to cell phones, email and social media, have increased significantly. Some parents go so far as to help with coursework. Instead of promoting the idea of college as a passage from the shelter of the family to autonomy and adult responsibility, universities have given in to the idea that they should provide the same environment as that of the home. To prepare for increased autonomy and responsibility, college needs to be a time of exploration and experimentation. This process involves “trying on” new ways of thinking about oneself both intellectually(在思维方面) and personally. While we should provide “safe spaces” within colleges, we must also make it safe to express opinions and challenge majority views. Intellectual growth and flexibility are fostered by strict debate and questioning. Learning to deal with the social world is equally important. Because a college community(群体) differs from the family, many students will struggle to find a sense of belonging. If students rely on administrators to regulate their social behavior and thinking pattern, they are not facing the challenge of finding an identity within a larger and complex community. Moreover, the tendency for universities to monitor and shape student behavior runs up against another characteristic of young adults: the response to being controlled by their elders. If acceptable social behavior is too strictly defined(规定) and controlled, the insensitive or aggressive behavior that administrators are seeking to minimize may actually be encouraged. It is not surprising that young people are likely to burst out, particularly when there are reasons to do so. Our generation once joined hands and stood firm at times of national emergency. What is lacking today is the conflict between adolescent’s desire for autonomy and their understanding of an unsafe world. Therefore, there is the desire for their dorms to be replacement homes and not places to experience intellectual growth. Every college discussion about community values, social climate and behavior should include recognition of the developmental importance of student autonomy and self-regulation, of the necessary tension between safety and self-discovery. 67.What’s the author’s attitude toward continued parental guidance to college students? _____ A.Sympathetic B.Disapproving C.Supportive D.Neutral 68.The underlined word “passage” in Paragraph 2 means ______. A.change B.choice C.text D.extension 69.According to the author, what role should college play? _____ A.To develop a shared identity among students B.To define and regulate students’ social behavior C.To provide a safe world without tension for students D.To foster students’ intellectual and personal development 70.Which of the following shows the development of ideas in the passage? _____ D A warm drink of milk before bed has long been the best choice for those wanting a good night’s sleep. But now a study has found it really does help people nod off—if it is milked from a cow at night. Researchers have discovered that “night milk” contains more melatonin(褪黑激素), which has been proven to help people feel sleepy and reduce anxiety. The study, by researchers from Seoul, South Korea, involved mice being fed with dried milk powder made from cows milked both during the day and at night. Those given night milk, which contained 10 times the amount of melatonin, were less active and less anxious than those fed with the milk collected during daytime, according to the study published in The Journal of Medicinal Food. Night milk quickened the start of sleep and caused the mice to sleep longer. While the effect of cow's milk harvested at different time has not been tested on humans up to now, taking melatonin drugs has been suggested to those who are struggling to fall asleep at night. Previous studies have also indicated that milk can be excellent for helping sleep because of the calcium content, which helps people to relax. Milk is also sugar-free and additive-free with nutritionists recommending skimmed milk as the best choice before bed as it is the least fattening. The more fat you take in before bedtime, the greater burden you will put on your body at night. 32.According to the text, the mice fed with daytime milk ______. A.started sleep more easily B.were more anxious C.were less active D.woke up later 33.Which of the following is true of melatonin according to the text? ______ A.It’s been tested on mice for ten times. B.It can make people more energetic. C.It exists in milk in great amount. D.It’s used in sleeping drugs. 34.What can be a suitable title for the text? _____ A.Night Milk and Sleep B.Fat, Sugar and Health C.An Experiment on Mice D.Milk Drinking and Health 35.How does the author support the theme of the text? _____ A.By giving examples. B.By stating arguments. C.By explaining statistical data. D.By providing research results. A One Sunday, Nicholas, a teenager, went skiing at Sugarloaf Mountain in Maine. In the early afternoon, when he was planning to go home, a fierce snowstorm swept into the area. Unable to see far, he accidentally turned off the path. Before he knew it, Nicholas was lost, all alone! He didn’t have food, water, a phone, or other supplies. He was getting colder by the minute. Nicholas had no idea where he was. He tried not to panic. He thought about all the survival shows he had watched on TV. It was time to put the tips he had learned to use. He decided to stop skiing. There was a better chance of someone finding him if he stayed put. The first thing he did was to find shelter from the freezing wind and snow. If he didn’t, his body temperature would get very low, which could quickly kill him. Using his skis, Nicholas built a snow cave. He gathered a huge mass of snow and dug out a hole in the middle. Then he piled branches on top of himself, like a blanket, to stay as warm as he could. By that evening, Nicholas was really hungry. He ate snow and drank water from a nearby stream so that his body wouldn’t lose too much water. Not knowing how much longer he could last, Nicholas did the only thing he could—he huddled(蜷缩) in his cave and slept. The next day, Nicholas went out to look for help, but he couldn’t find anyone. He followed his tracks and returned to the snow cave, because without shelter, he could die that night. On Tuesday, Nicholas went out again to find help. He had walked for about a mile when a volunteer searcher found him. After two days stuck in the snow, Nicholas was saved. Nicholas might not have survived this snowstorm had it not been for TV. He had often watched Grylls’ survival show Man vs. Wild. That’s where he learned the tips that saved his life. In each episode(一期节目) of Man vs. Wild, Grylls is abandoned in a wild area and as to find his way out. When Grylls heard about Nicholas’ amazing deeds, he was super impressed that Nicholas had made it since he knew better than anyone how hard Nicholas had to work to stay alive. 56.What happened to Nicholas one Sunday afternoon? _____ A.He got lost. B.He broke his skis. C.He hurt his eyes. D.He caught a cold. 57.How did Nicholas keep himself warm? ______ A.He found a shelter. B.He lighted some branches. C.He kept on skiing. D.He built a snow cave. 58.On Tuesday, Nicholas ______. A.returned to his shelter safely. B.was saved by a searcher. C.got stuck in the snow D.stayed where he was 59.Nicholas left Grylls a very deep impression because he ______. A.did the right things in the dangerous situation. B.watched Grylls’ TV program regularly C.created some tips for survival D.was very hard-working C Transparent animals let light pass through their bodies the same way light passes through a window. These animals typically live between the surface of the ocean and a depth of about 3,300 feet—as far as most light can reach. Most of them are extremely delicate and can be damaged by a simple touch. Sonke Johnsen, a scientist in biology, says, “These animals live through their life alone. They never touch anything unless they’re eating it, or unless something is eating them.” And they are as clear as glass. How does an animal become see-through? It’s trickier than you might think. The objects around you are visible because they interact with light. Light typically travels in a straight line. But some materials slow and scatter(散射) light, bouncing it away from its original path. Others absorb light, stopping it dead in its tracks. Both scattering and absorption make an object look different from other objects around it, so you can see it easily. But a transparent object doesn’t absorb or scatter light, at least not very much, Light can pass through it without bending or stopping. That means a transparent object doesn’t look very different from the surrounding air or water. You don’t see it—you see the things behind it. To become transparent, an animal needs to keep its body from absorbing or scattering light. Living materials can stop light because they contain pigments(色素) that absorb specific colors of light. But a transparent animal doesn’t have pigments, so its tissues won’t absorb light. According to Johnsen, avoiding absorption is actually easy. The real challenge is preventing light from scattering. Animals are built of many different materials—skin, fat, and more—and light moves through each at a different speed. Every time light moves into a material with a new speed, it bends and scatters. Transparent animals use different tricks to fight scattering. Some animals are simply very small or extremely flat. Without much tissue to scatter light, it is easier to be see—through. Others build a large, clear mass of non-living jelly-lie(果冻状的) material and spread themselves over it . Larger transparent animals have the biggest challenge, because they have to make all the different tissues in their bodies slow down light exactly as much as water does. They need to look uniform. But how they’re doing it is still unknown. One thing is clear for these larger animals, staying transparent is an active process. When they die, they turn a non-transparent milky white. 63.According to Paragraph 1, transparent animals ______. A.stay in groups B.can be easily damaged C.appear only in deep ocean D.are beautiful creatures 64.The underlined word “dead” in Paragraph 3 means ______. A.silently B.gradually C.regularly D.completely 65.One way for an animal to become transparent is to ______. A.change the direction of light travel B.gather materials to scatter light. C.avoid the absorption of light D.grow bigger to stop light. 66.The last paragraph tells us that larger transparent animals ______. A.move more slowly in deep water B.stay see-through even after death C.produce more tissues for their survival D.take effective action to reduce light spreading C Decision-thinking is not unlike poker — it often matters not only what you think, but also what others think you think and what you think they think you think. The mental process is similar. Naturally, this card game has often been of considerable interest to people who are, by any standards, good thinkers. The great mathematician John von Neumann was one of the founders of game theory. In particular, he showed that all games fall into two classes: there are what he called games of “perfect information”, games like chess where the players can’t hide anything or play tricks: they don’t win by chance, but by means of logic and skills. Then there are games of “imperfect information”, like poker, in which it is impossible to know in advance that one course of action is better than another. One mistaken idea about business is that it can be treated as a game of perfect information. Quite the reverse. Business, politics, life itself are games which we must normally play with very imperfect information. Business decisions are often made with many unknown and unknowable factors which would even puzzle best poker players. But few business people find it comfortable to admit that they are taking a chance, and many still prefer to believe that they are playing chess, not poker. 59.The subject discussed in this text is ______. A.the process of reaching decisions B.the difference between poker and chess C.the secret of making good business plans D.the value of information in winning games 60.An important factor in a game of imperfect information is ______. A.rules B.luck C.time D.ideas 61.Which of the following can be used in place of “Quite the reverse”? A.Quite right. B.True enough. C.Most unlikely. D.Just the opposite. 62.In the writer’s opinion, when making business decisions one should ______. A.put perfect information before imperfect information B.accept the existence of unknown factors C.regard business as a game of chess D.mix known and unknown factors 三、阅读表达 阅读下面短文,按照要求完成阅读任务。 Almost everybody in America will spend a part of his or her life behind a shopping cart(购物手推车). They will, in a lifetime, push the chrome-plated contraptions many miles. But few will know—or even think to ask—who it was that invented them. Sylvan N. Goldman invented the shopping cart in 1937.At that time he was in the supermarket business. Every day he would see shoppers lugging(吃力地携带) groceries around in baskets they had to carry. One day Goldman suddenly had the idea of putting baskets on wheels. The wheeled baskets would make shopping much easier for his customers, and would help to attract more business. On June 4, 1937, Goldman’s first carts were ready for use in his market. He was terribly excited on the morning of that day as customers began arriving. He couldn’t wait to see them using his invention. But Goldman was disappointed. Most shoppers gave the carts a long look, but hardly anybody would give them a try. After a while, Goldman decided to ask customers why they weren’t using his carts. “Don’t you think this arm is strong enough to carry a shopping basket?” one shopper replied. But Goldman wasn’t beaten yet. He knew his carts would be a great success if only he could persuade people to give them a try. To this end, Goldman hired a group of people to push carts around his market and pretend they were shopping! Seeing this, the real customers gradually began copying the phony(假冒的) customers. As Goldman had hoped, the carts were soon attracting larger and larger numbers of customers to his market. But not only did more people come—those who came bought more. With larger, easier-to-handle baskets, customers unconsciously bought a greater number of items than before. Today’s shopping carts are five times larger than Goldman’s original model. Perhaps that’s one reason Americans today spend more than five times as much money on food each year as they did before 1937—before the coming of the shopping cart. 56.The underlined words “chrome-plate contraptions” in Paragraph 1 refer to?(no more than 3 words) 57.What was the purpose of Goldman’s invention?(no more than 10 words) 58.Why was Goldman disappointed at first?(no more than 10 words) 59.Why did Goldman hire people to push carts around his market?(no more than 10 words) 60. What do you think of Goldman? Please give your reasons.(no more than 20 words) 【知识运用检测】 1.Space exploration has been made ______ with the development of modern science and technology. A.it possible B.it was possible C.that possible D.possible 2.—What a nice fire you have in your fireplace! —During the winter I like my house ______. A.warmly and comfortable B.warm and comfortable C.warm and comfortably D.warmly and comfortably 3.Going away to college has made me much more ______. A.dependent B.independence C.independent D.dependence 4.Sports and games can keep us ______. A.health B.healthy C.healthily D.unhealthy 5.How ______ the students were when they listened to the lecture given by a famous scientist? A.attentively B.seriously C.carefully D.orderly 6.Further space exploration has been ______ with the rapid development of China's science and technology. A.made it possible B.made possible C.made it possibly D.made possibly 7.Young man, if you hurry up, I think ______ quite ______ that you will catch the next train. A.that; probably B.this; certainly C.it; likely D.you; possibly 8.Whether the buildings in this area should be pulled down has remained ______; people are still looking for other possible solutions. A.unchallenged B.relevant C.controversial D.contradictory 9.The secretary hasn't sent the report here, but she promised ______ by tomorrow. A.for me to have it ready B.to have it send to me C.it was ready for me D.to have it ready for me 10.Jane pushed the door ______ and went in hurriedly. A.open B.opened C.openly D.opening 11.Modern science and technology has ______ communication between people far apart. A.made convenient B.made it convenient C.made it convenient for D.made it convenient to 12.To work from home, which one could hardly imagine, has been made ______ with the development of computer technology. A.possible B.it possible C.possibly D.to be possible 13.Our maths teacher, Mr. Smith, was studying the test paper last night, with the aim of making it more ______ to us. A.available B.possible C.reliable D.accessible 14.When we got to the scenic spot, they found everything ______ while I felt _____. A.interestingly; differently B.interesting; different C.interesting; differently D.interestingly; different 15.The mother asked her children to keep their mouths ______ and their eyes______. A.shut; open B.shutting; opening C.shut; opened D.shutting; opened 16.The invention of telegram ______ the transmission of messages to any part of the world within a few seconds. A.made it possible B.made it possibly C.made possibly D.made possible 17.John was so sleepy that he could hardly keep his eyes ______. A.open B.to be opened C.to open D.opening 18.It's reported that some wild animals were found ______ in a big cave in the mountain. A.to hide dead B.hidden dead C.hiding dead D.hidden death 19.People had ______ more freedom and all people were considered ______. A.fairly; equal B.fairly; equally C.far; equal D.rather; equally 20.The storm kept me ______ all through the night. A.awake B.awoke C.awaked D.awoken 二、完成句子(根据中文提示写出恰当的表达) 21.过去她睡觉时常开着窗。 She used to __________ the window _________ while sleeping. 22.你睡觉时最好不要开着窗户。 While sleeping, you'd better not _____________________. 23.我们应该努力保持教室干净整洁。(keep) We should try our best to __________________________. 24.陪审团判决被告无罪。 The jury pronounced the defendant not ________________ the offence. 25.Our teacher has a strange way of ________________________(让他的课活泼有趣). 【巩固训练】 1.According to a witness, a very big nose is the criminal’s most striking _____ feature. A.false B.facial C.fair D.famous 2.If you always complain about not being treated _____ to others, you will never feel happy and successful. A.fiercely B.firmly C.fairly D.flexibly 3.Before giving evidence a witness has to swear an oath(誓言). If he deliberately gives ______ evidence, he shall assume legal responsibility. A.false B.fair C.firm D.casual 4.I was so ______ with him that I recognized his voice the moment I picked up the phone. A.flexible B.fantastic C.similar D.familiar 5.Owing to ______ competition among the airlines, travel expenses have been reduced greatly. A.fierce B.fair C.eager D.firm 6.As to where to work and what kind of job to take, you need to be _____ since there are not many chances at present for job-seekers A.fantastic B.generous C.fluent D.flexible 7.He speaks English well indeed, though not so _____ as a native speaker. A.flexibly B.smoothly C.fluently D.forgetfully 8.The girl was _____ a shop assistant; she is now a manager in a large department store. A.fortunately B.formerly C.formally D.fundamentally 9.The glass vessels(器皿) should be handled most carefully since they are _____. A.hard B.fragile C.fresh D.firm 10.The air in the park was warm and _____, and the walk through it calmed my spirits. A.fragrant B.friendly C.fragile D.smelly 11.No matter how _____ performed, the work of beethoven still attracts people all over the world. A.formally B.fluently C.rarely D.frequently 12.Green products are becoming more and more popular. Because they are environmentally _____. A.useful B.fragrant C.friendly D.helpful 13.Although performed for the first time, the works of the young composer were _____ appreciated. A.fully B.formally C.freely D.frequently 14.Since the policy of being open to the outside world was put into practice, a _____ change has taken place in China. A.full B.fundamental C.frequent D.basic 15.This book is intended for the _____ readers, not for the specialists. A.gay B.general C.gentle D.special 16.The government appealed to the public to donate money _____ to the poverty-stricken areas. A.generally B.gently C.generously D.meanly 17.Someone told me that the _____ boy has_____ for painting. A.gifted; gift B.gift; gifted C.gifting; a gift D.gifted; a gift 18.— Look, that gentleman is wearing a beautiful _____ watch. — I don’t think it is a real one. Perhaps it is just a _____ one. A.gold; golden B.golden; gold C.golden; golden D.gold; gold 19.The change was so _____ that nobody has noticed it. A.general B.grand C.gradual D.abrupt 20.He shut everyone out of the kitchen so that he could prepare his ______ surprise for the party. A.grand B.gentle C.grateful D.gradual 21.The black are ______ to Lincoln for freedom of body and soul. A.greedy B.grateful C.generous D.independent 22.If human beings had been a bit less ______ and cruel, more birds and animals might have avoided dying out. A.generous B.guilty C.grateful D.greedy 23.The trial proved him _____, though he insisted he was innocent. A.innocent B.gentle C.guilty D.just 24.Please don’t throw away your text books and note books when you finish learning. They may come in _____ one day. A.handy B.helpful C.hopeful D.available 25.Teachers should be strict with their students but should not be ______ on them. A.strict B.hard C.just D.independent 26.The baby is generally _____, but every now and then he does catch a cold. A.hungry B.junior C.innocent D.healthy 27.The committee is discussing the problem right now. It will ____ have been solved by the end of next week.(2006JS) A.hardly B.hopefully C.immediately D.gradually 28.You should try to get a good night’s sleep ____ much work you have to do.(2004HuB) A.however B.no matter C.how D.whatever 29.Zhang Jiajie is well-known for its ____ area of forest and beautiful natural scenery. A.humorous B.tiny C.huge D.hopeful 30.We must keep the classroom clean for dirt and disease go ____. A.hand by hand B.by hand C.in hand D.hand in hand 31.You are all required to be present at the lecture, and we will have a discussion _____ it is over. A.quickly B.however C.immediately D.eventually 32.It is clear that health is the foundation(基础) of one's future success. If you become ill, it is ____ to work effectively, much less make your dreams come true. A.initial B.harmful C.hopeful D.impossible 33.As a senior student, we have to learn to depend on our own, that is, to be _____. A.grateful B.independent C.innocent D.hardworking 34.After she'd overcome her _____ shyness, she became very friendly gradually. A.initial B.innocent C.gradual D.instant 35.According to the law, everyone is _____ before he or she is found guilty. A.innocent B.initial C.independent D.just 36.TV is amazing—just plug it into a socket and you are _____ connected to the rest of the world. A.hopefully B.initially C.slowly D.instantly 【选词填空】 A.hard, harmony, honour, honest, horrible, highlight 1.He welcomes _________ criticism. 2.Here are two industries that must be in _________ with one another. 3.He was _________ with an award for excellence in teaching. 4.Her performance was the _________ of the show. 5.Divorce can be very ________ on children. 6.I have a __________ feeling that we're going to miss the plane. B.general, gradual, generous, gentle, grand, grateful, ground 7.Early in December the manager came along with ________ provisions for Christmas. 8.The company’s _________ ambition was to become the first and biggest global airline. 9.His description was too _________ to be of much use. 10.The beach slopes (vi) ________ to the sea. 11.We are particularly ________ to him for his timely help. 12.It was a ________ process, involving many factors. 13.If you continue to behave like this you will provide them with ________ for dismissing you. C.frequent, free, fond, fluent, flexible, flat 14.Relaxation exercises can _________ your body of tension. 15.My grandfather was very _________ of handing out advice to all my friends. 16.Newspapers today are to a great degree _________ from government control. 17.His visits became less __________ as time passed. 18.He felt a bit __________ after his friends had gone. 19.Adults are not ___________; they do not adapt comfortably to another place. 20.His Indian robes(长袍) contrasted oddly(奇特) with his __________ English. D.fair, false, familiar, fantastic, fascinating, fierce, 21.His plan met with _________ opposition, which very much disappointed him. 22.He is __________ to us without distinction. 23.You’ll get a __________ impression/idea of the town if you only visit the university. 24.Their wedding cost a __________ amount of money. 25.I’m on __________ terms with my bank manager. 26.The TV program is absolutely __________, I can’t tear my son away. E. intellectual, instant, innocent, influential, individual, indeed, immediate 27.Our ________ concern is for/with the families of those who died in the disaster. 28.This is the German historian whose greatly _________ History of Rome established the modern scientific study of history. 29.High levels of lead could damage the _________ development of children. 30.The Internet is the _________ access to immense amounts of information. 31.You can have the bathroom designed to suit your ________ needs. 32.She remained _________ of the quarrel she had caused. 33.I was very sad _________ to hear about it. - 12 - / 13 高考英语专题练习(十七) 冲刺导练 答 案 【语法重点运用导练】 1~5.ABCBD 6~10.BCCDA 11~15.ABDCA 16~20.DABCA 21.leave; open 22.keep the windows open 23.keep our classroom clean and tidy 24.guilty of 25.making his class lively and interesting 【词汇检测】 1~5.BCADA 6~10.DCBBA 11~15.DCABB 16~20.CDACA 21~25.BDCAB 26~30.DBACD 31~35.CDBAA 36.D 单词填空 A.1.honest 2.Harmony 3.Honoured 4.Highlight 5.Hard 6.horrible B.7.generous 8.Grand 9.General 10.gradually 11.Grateful 12.Gradual 13.grounds=reasons C.14.free 15.Fond 16.Free 17.Frequent 18.flat=bored 19.Flexible 20.fluent D.21.fierce 22.Familiar 23.False 24.Fair 25.Fantastic 26.fascinating E.27.immediate 28.Influential 29.Intellectual 30.instant 31.Individual 32.Innocent 33.indeed - 1 - / 1

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    高中英语/高考专区/三轮冲刺

    高考英语专题练习(十六) 冲刺导练 一、完形填空 “Mum, can I invite my classmate Brett over to stay tomorrow night, please? It’s Friday, and we don’t have any 36 . Can I, please?” Mum was sitting at the kitchen table. Dad was 37 next to her, resting his head on his arms. Mum could 38 that James wanted so badly to have his friend over. “I’m so sorry, James,” she said. “I’m never allowed to have friends come to the house? Why, Mum?” James asked sadly, almost in 39 . “I know it’s 40 for you,” Mum said softly. “But I’m just worried other people might think we’re a little… strange. And then they would make fun of you.” “No, they wouldn’t, Mum,” James protested. “We’re not 41 at all. We’re just ordinary people.” Mum sighed heavily. “To tell you the truth, James, my neck has been so painful that it’s given me a heavy 42 .And your poor father–he doesn’t feel 43 .He really needs a rest.” “I can help, Mum!” James said. “ 44 I can make you and Dad feel better, can Brett come over? Please?” “Well…”Mum began. “Great! Thanks, Mum!” James almost shouted. “Just sit there, don’t move.” He rushed over to the kitchen drawer and 45 what he needed –two spanners. “Hang on, Mum,” he said. “This won’t take a second.” After some 46 , James was finished. With a smile of 47 on his face he said, “There! How does that feel?” “Oh, James,” Mum said. “That’s a much better! How did you do it?” “Easy,” James said 48 .” Dad had tightened your neck bolts(螺栓) too much! I just 49 them slightly! I learned that in robotic science at school.” “What about you father? Can you 50 him?” asked Mum. “I’ll try,” James replied. He 51 up Dad’s hair at the back of his neck and plugged the electric wire into Dad’s head. Then he turned the 52 on. Dad opened his eyes and 53 immediately. “He just let his 54 run too low, that’s all,” James said, “Shall I tell Brett to come over straight after school tomorrow?” “I guess so,” replied Mum. “Your friends will just have to 55 that we are a very unusual family. Thanks, son!” 36.A.chance B.message C.homework D.difficulty 37.A.a sleep B.reading C.alone D.standing 38.A.explain B.see C.agree D.doubt 39.A.terror B.tears C.surprise D.silence 40.A.fair B.easy C.good D.hard 41.A.strange B.normal C.popular D.anxious 42.A.headache B.loss C.task D.day 43.A.ill B.funny C.sorry D.well 44.A.As B.If C.Since D.Before 45.A.kept B.controlled C.found D.returned 46.A.requests B.thoughts C.repairs D.instructions 47.A.sympathy B.satisfaction C.bitterness D.politeness 48.A.embarrassedly B.gratefully C.impatiently D.proudly 49.A.adjusted B.collected C.produced D.covered 50.A.greet B.accompany C.help D.ask 51.A.lifted B.caught C.gave D.filled 52.A.television B.power C.light D.gas 53.A.grew up B.lay down C.broke down D.sat up 54.A.food B.temperature C.battery D.blood 55.A.prove B.expect C.suspect D.accept 二、阅读理解Reading Comprehension B Below are search record from a university library’s database Quick Search l Category l Full Text l Advanced Search full text books for children Displaying 1 to 100 of 639 titles for children where Category is Education Build it ,Make it ,Play it ! Guides for Children and Teens Bomhold Catharine ;Elder Terri,2004 l ABC-CLIO Series: Children’s and Young Adult Literature Reference Available For busy librarians and educators ,finding instructions for projects, activities, sports, and games that children and teens will find interesting is a constant challenge, This guide is a time-saving, one-stop…. Read this book | View details | Add to Collection Circle Time for Young Children Mosley Jenny,2014 l Taylor and Francis Series: Essential Guides for Early Years Practitioners Available Jenny Mosley’s quality circle time model involves setting up an on-going, timetable process of circle-meeting for adults and children, As a basis for teaching relationship skills, building up self-esteem….. Read this book | View details | Add to Collection Connecting Animals and children in Early Childhood Selly Patty Born,2014 l Redleaf Press Available Understand the value of connecting animals and children. From familys pets and wild animals to toys, stuffed animal, and media images ,animals are a central part of every child’s world. This book examines…. Read this book | View details | Add to Collection Education and Disadvantaged Children and Young People Matsumoto Mitsuko; Brool Colin,2013 | Bloomsbury Publishing Series: Education as a Humanitarian Response Available Do street children go to school, and if not, why not? What kind of education can be ‘meaningful’ to young people affected by conflict? The contributors explore groups of children and young people who have…. Read this book | View details | Add to Collection Children with School Problem: A Physician’s Manual The children paediatric Society; Andrews Debra; Mahoney William J, 2012 | Wiley Available The physician’s guide to diagnosing and treating learning disabilities in children. 1 to 10 Canadians have a learning disability, and doctors must be able to identify, diagnose, treat, and manage children… Read this book | view details | Add to Collection Songs in Their Heads: Music and Its Meaning In Children’s Lives Campbell Patricia Shehan,1989 | Oxford University Press Available This book explores the interest and needs of children in their expressed thoughts and actual “musicking” behaviours. This text examines the songs they sing, the rhythms… Read this book | View details | Add to Collection Young Children as Artists: Art and Design in the Early Years and Kay Stage 1 Tutchell Suzy 2014 | Taylor Francis Available From the moment a child is born, they interact with the world, looking at colours, feeding textures; constructing mental and physical images of what they see and experience. Within all early years… Read this book | View details | Add to Collection Big Ideas for Little Kids: Teaching Philosophy Through Children’s Literature Wartnberg Thomas E.2014 | Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Available Big Ideas for Little Kids includes everything a teacher, or a college student needs to teach philosophy to elementary school children from picture books. Written in a clear and accessible style… Read this book |View details | Add to Collection 46.Suppose you are doing research on children’s relationship skills, you may want to read ______. A.Circle Time for Young Children B.Children with School Problems: A Physician's Manual C.Education and Disadvantaged Children and Young People D.Build It, Make It, Do It, Play It! Guides for Children and Teens 47.Which book would you recommend to someone interested in children’s mental images? ______ A.Connecting Animals and Children in Early Childhood. B.Songs in Their Heads: Music and Its Meaning in Children’s Lives. C.Big Ideas for Little Kids: Teaching Philosophy Through children’s Literature. D.Young Children as Artists: Art and Design in the Early Years and Key Stage 1. 48.How many books published in 2015 are found in this search? ______ A.9. B.90. C.118. D.290. 49.Children with School Problems: A Physician's Manual is most likely intended for ______. A.educators B.librarians C.doctors D.artists A e-Learning:An Alternative Learning Opportunity Day school Program Secondary students across Toronto District School Board(TDSB) are invited to take one or two e-Learning courses on their day school timetable. Students will remain on the roll at their day school. The on-line classroom provides an innovative, relevant and interactive learning environment. The courses and on-line classroom are provided by the Ministry of Education These on-line courses: are taught by TDSB secondary school teachers; are part of the TDSB Student’s time table; and, appear on the Student’s report upon completion. Benefits of e-Learning Include: Access to courses that may not be available at his or her TDSB school; Using technology to provide students with current information: and. assistance to solve timetable conflicts. Is e-Learning for You? Students who are successful in on-line course are usually; able to plan, organize time and complete assignments and activities; capable of working independently in a responsible and honest manner; and, able to regularly use a computer or mobile device with internet access. Students need to spend at least as much time with their on-line course work as they would in a face-to-face classroom course. 56.E-Learning courses are different from other TDSB courses in that ______. A.they are given by best TDSB teachers B.they are not on the day school timetable C.they are not included on students’ reports D.they are an addition to TDSB courses 57.What do students need to do before completing e-learning courses? ______ A.To learn information technology on-line. B.To do their assignments independently. C.To update their mobile devices regularly. D.To talk face to face with their teachers. B In ancient Egypt, a shopkeeper discovered that he could attract customers to his shop simply by making changes to its environment. Modern businesses have been following his lead, with more tactics(策略). One tactic involves where to display the goods. For example, stores place fruits and vegetables in the first section. They know that customers who buy the healthy food first will feel happy so that they will buy more junk food(later in their trip. In department stores, section is generally next to the women’s cosmetics(化妆品) section:while the shop assistant is going back to find the right size shoe, bored customers are likely to wander over cosmetics they might want to try later. Besides, businesses seek to appeal to customers’ senses. Stores notice that the smell of baked goods encourages shopping, they make their own bread each morning and then fan the bread smell into the store throughout the day. Music sells goods, too. Researchers in Britain found that when French music was played, sales of French wine went up. When it comes to the selling of houses, businesses also use highly rewarding tactics. They find that customers make decision in the first few second upon walking in the door, and turn it into a business opportunity. A California builder designed the structure of its houses smartly. When entering the house, the customer would see the Pacific Ocean through the windows, and then the poll through an open stairway leading to the lower level. The instant view of water on both levels helped sell these $10 million houses. 40.Why do stores usually display fruits and vegetables in the first section? ______ A.To save customers times. B.To show they are high quality foods. C.To help sell junk food. D.To sell them at discount prices. 41.According to Paragraph 3, which of the following encourages customers to buy? ______ A.Opening the store early in the morning. B.Displaying British wines next to French ones. C.Inviting customers to play music. D.Filling the store with the smell of fresh bread. 42.What is the California builder’s story intended to prove? ______ A.The house structure is a key factor customers consider. B.The more costly the house is, the better it sells. C.An ocean view is much to the customers’ taste. D.A good first impression increases sales. 43.What is the main purpose of the passage? ______ A.To explain how businesses turn people into their customers. B.To introduces how businesses have grown from the past. C.To report researches on customer behavior. D.To show dishonest business practices. C LakeLander ·2 hours ago Today, a man talked very loud on his phone on a train between Malvern and Reading, making many passengers upset. I wonder how he would react if I were to read my newspaper out loud on the train, I have never had the courage to do it, though. Pak 50 ··· ·57 minutes ago Why not give it a try? Perhaps you should take lessons on a musical instrument. The late musician DennisBrian is said to have asked a fellow train passenger to turn off his radio. When his request was refused, he took out his French horn (号) and started to practice. Angie O’Edema ·42 minutes ago I don’t see how musical instruments can help improve manners in public. Don’t do to others what you wouldn’t like to be done to yourself. Once, a passenger next to me talked out loud on his mobile phone. I left my seat quietly, giving him some privacy to finish his conversation. He realized this and apologised to me. When his phone rang again later, he left his seat to answer it. You see, a bit of respect and cooperation can do the job better. Taodas ·29 minutes ago I did read my newspaper out loud on a train, and it turned out well. The guy took it in good part, and we chatted happily all the way to Edinburgh. Sophie 76 ·13 minutes ago I have not tried reading my newspaper out loud on a train, but, several years ago, I read some chapters from Harry Porter to my bored and noisy children. Several passengers seemed to appreciate what I did. 44.The passenger made an apology to Angie O’Edema because ______. A.he offered his seat to someone else B.he spoke very loudly on his phone C.he refused to talk with Angie D.he ignored Angie’s request 45.Who once read a newspaper out loud on a train? ______ A.Pak50 B.Angie O’Edema C.Taodas D.Sophie76 46.What is the discussion mainly about? ______ A.How to react to bad behavior. B.How to kill time on a train. C.How to chat with strangers. D.How to make a phone call. 47.Where is the passage most probably taken from? ______ A.A webpage. B.A newspaper. C.A novel. D.A report. E The values of artistic works, according to cultural relativism(相对主义), are simply reflections of local social and economic conditions. Such a view, however, fails to explain the ability of some works of art to excite the human mind across cultures and through centuries. History has witnessed the endless productions of Shakespearean plays in every major language of the world. It is never rare to find that Mozart packs Japanese concert halls, as Japanese painter Hiroshige does Paris galleries, Unique works of this kind are different from today’s popular art, even if they began as works of popular art. They have set themselves apart in their timeless appeal and will probably be enjoyed for centuries into the future. In a 1757 essay, the philosopher David Hume argued that because“the general principles of taste are uniform (不变的) in human nature,” the value of some works of art might be essentially permanent. He observed that Homer was still admired after two thousand years. Works of this type, he believed, spoke to deep and unvarying features of human nature and could continue to exist over centuries. Now researchers are applying scientific methods to the study of the universality of art. For example, evolutionary psychology is being used by literary scholars to explain the long-lasting themes and plot devices in fiction. The structures of musical pieces are now open to experimental analysis as never before. Research findings seem to indicate that the creation by a great artist is as permanent an achievement as the discovery by a great scientist. 52.According to the passage, what do we know about cultural relativism? ______ A.It introduces different cultural values. B.It explains the history of artistic works. C.It relates artistic values to local conditions. D.It excites the human mind throughout the world. 53.In Paragraph 2, the artists are mentioned in order to show that _______. A.great works of art can go beyond national boundaries B.history gives art works special appeal to set them apart C.popular arts are hardly distinguishable from great arts D.great artists are skilled at combining various cultures 54.According to Hume, some works of art can exist for centuries because _______. A.they are results of scientific study B.they establish some general principles of art C.they are created by the world’s greatest artists D.they appeal to unchanging features of human nature 55.Which of the following can best serve as the title of the passage? ______ A.Are Artistic Values Universal? B.Are Popular Arts Permanent? C.Is Human Nature Uniform? D.Is Cultural Relativism Scientific? 三、阅读表达 阅读下面短文,按照要求完成阅读任务。 At the end of my second year in college, I made plans to take my first SAT subject test: the chemistry test. My parents promised me a new bike for a perfect score, and thus it became my biggest goal to get that high score 800. I began to study a few months in advance. I bought over three different prep books, and spent a great deal of time studying for the test. It got worse as finals rolled along. I paid great importance to the SAT test, which resulted in some poor test scores. The final week before the SAT, I couldn't sleep from the stress and worried that I wouldn't meet my goal. Suddenly it wasn't even about the shiny new road bike, but having this perfect score under my belt. The day of the test, I was incredibly worried and upset. Without any doubt I didn't do my best. When the score finally rolled in weeks later and it became true that I didn't get the score I wanted, I felt completely sad. It wasn't so much the score itself, but my idea that I would never be able to succeed in anything at all. I felt that something I had spent so much time on should be perfect. I felt that anyone else in my shoes could have gotten the score with my level of study. Finally, I reached a point where I felt I should just give up. Though my friends told me not to worry, I still didn't feel okay with my score. Finally, I broke the news to my dad, which I feared would be the end of whatever pride he felt for me. Surprisingly, we had a talk about my accomplishment, and he told me that a score, a simple number, isn't the most important thing. The real importance was what I had learned about the subject. After some discussions with my dad I realized that I did understand and remember the subject well. Now, for the future, I plan to keep in mind the real meaning of these tests, and what is truly important. 56.Why did the writer desire to get a high score 800? (no more than 15 words) 57.What does the underlined word "incredibly" most probably mean? (1 word) 58.What did the author think about himself after failing the test? (no more than 10 words) 59.In the author's opinion, what is truly important about the tests? (no more than 15 words) 60.What would you do if you did not get a score you wanted in an important test? Give your reasons. (no more than 25 words) 【实题检测】2015 1.They gave money to the old people's home either ______ or through their companies. A.legally B.sincerely C.personally D.deliberately 2.Most of us, if we know even a little about where our food comes from, understand that every bite put into our mouths was ______ alive. A.steadily B.instantly C.formerly D.permanently 3.The girl used to be shy, but is ______ getting active in group work and is more willing to express herself. (2015湖北29) A.gradually B.usually C.previously D.merely 2014 4.It’s high time you had your hair cut ; it’s getting ______. A.too much long B.much too long C.long too much D.too long much 5.— I wonder _____ you’ll water this kind of flower. — Every other day. A.how often B.how long C.how soon D.how much 6.My uncle’s house in the downtown area is much smaller than ours, but it is twice ______ expensive. A.as B.so C.too D.very 7.— Do you think it's a good idea to make friends with your students? — ______, I do. I think it's a great idea. A.Really B.Obviously C.Actually D.Generally 8.It seems that living green is _____ easy and affordable. A small step makes a big difference.(福建 30) A.exactly B.fortunately C.surprisingly D.hardly 9.The questionnaire takes ______ ten to fifteen minutes to complete and can be used along with the assessment interview.(湖北 28) A.mainly B.punctually C.approximately D.precisely 10.I can ______ be a teacher. I’m not a very patient person.(湖南 24) A.seldom B.ever C.never D.always 11.Usually John would be late for meetings. But this time, ______ to my surprise, he arrived on time.(辽宁25) A.little B.much C.ever D.even 12.Peter’s jacket looked just the same as Jack’s, but it cost ______ his.(辽宁 33) A.as much twice as B.twice as much as C.much as twice as D.as twice much as 13.Mary and I see each other ______, but not as often as we used to.(山东 35) A.sooner or later B.once in a while C.in the end D.more or less 14.It was a nice house, but ______ too small for a family of live.(天津 12) A.rarely B.fairly C.rather D.pretty 15.The incomes of skilled workers went up. ______, unskilled workers saw their earnings fall. A.Moreover B.Therefore C.Meanwhile D.Otherwise 16.In the good care of the nurses, the boy is ______ recovering from his heart operation.(浙江 19) A.quietly B.actually C.practically D.gradually 25.John was dismissed last week because of his _____ attitude towards his job. A.careful B.casual C.classical D.classic 26.They are _____ investors who always make thorough investigations both on local and international markets before making an investment. A.common B.complex C.cautious D.confident 27.Wait till you are more _____. It’s better to be sure than sorry. A.cautious B.confident C.calm D.certain 28.The job is _____ to me because I have little experience. However, it is also rewarding. A.challenging B.Boring C.bitter D.contradictory 29.The weather here is too ____ and it can rain at any moment. Why not bring an umbrella? A.comfortable B.consistent C.changeable D.bitter 30. With the development of West China, many technicians are _____ needed there in recent years. A.cautiously B.casually C.badly D.barely 31.It’s believed that the two accidents are _____ related to each other. A.closely B.close C.commonly D.deeply 32.I don’t like winter, because I hate to wear _____ clothes. A.casual B.comfortable C.changeable D.clumsy 33.Letterboxes are much more in the UK than in the USA, where most people have a ____ mailbox instead.(2006ZJ) A.common B.normal C.ordinary D.bare 17.He turned a ______ ear to all people who had advised him against it. Now he’s paying the price for it. A.deaf B.digital C.curious D.clumsy 18.Before giving evidence a witness have to swear an oath. If he ______ gives false evidence, he shall assume legal responsibility. A.accidentally B.desperately C.deliberately D.casually 19.Joanna is a ______ girl so her mother pays much attention to her nutrition. A.different B.slim C.considerate D.delicate 20.Look at that old woman! She is _______ looking around for help. She must be lost. A.desperately B.disgusting C.curiously D.absolutely 21.Just as the saying goes, a near neighbor is better than a ______ cousin. Helping each other in the neighborhood is the traditional virtue of us Chinese. A.devoted B.distant C.diverse D.dynamic 22.John and his brother have ______ interests though they have something in common. A.deliberate B.dizzy C.diverse D.dull 23.He was such a ______ speaker that he held our attention every minute of the three-hour lecture. A.disgusting B.dynamic C.dull D.dizzy 42.We picked up a book and lost ourselves in a good story, ____ to find out what will happen next. A.energetic B.enjoyable C.enthusiastic D.eager 43.With so much ______ equipment, wood and paper in one place, there is a danger of fire. A.electronic B.electric C.electrical D.electricity 44.The lady dressed in fashionable clothes is _____ in her appearance, but rude in her speech. A.evident B.elegant C.considerate D.innocent 45.The questions the reporter asked sometimes were ______ and they made me ______. A.embarrassed; embarrassing B.embarrassing; embarrassed C.embarrassed; embarrassed D.embarrassing; embarrassing 46.It’s necessary for us students to have a good rest at noon so that we will be ____ to attend lessons in the very afternoon. A.energetic B.enthusiastic C.talkative D.sensitive 47.I find the movie most ______. After watching it, I completely forgot the horrible day. A.elegant B.expensive C.enjoyable D.explicit 48.She shows a very positive attitude to her studies and she is also ______ about helping others. A.excellent B.exciting C.enjoyable D.enthusiastic 49.She devoted herself _____ to her research and it earned her a good reputation in her field.(07HuB) A.entirely B.extremely C.strongly D.freely 50.Fitness is important in sport, but of at least ______ importance are skills. (2006TJ) A.fair B.equal C.reasonable D.endless 51.Mountaineering is attractive, _______ to young people, because it is accompanied with hardship and adventure. A.extremely B.naturally C.eventually D.especially 52.Everyone was on time for the meeting—_____Chris, who’s usually ten minutes late for everything. A.especially B.only C.even D.ever 53.The travel through mountain turned out to be so hard that ____ there were only several travellers left. A.eventually B.extremely C.actually D.fortunately 54.The ability to store knowledge makes computers different from every other machine ____ invented. A.even B.still C.evidently D.ever 55.— Adolescents’ moral development ought to be paid more attention to as well as their mental development. — _______. A.Properly B.Exactly C.Doubtfully D.Evidently 56.The doctor gave me _______ instructions on when and how to take the medicine. A.evident B.extra C.explicit D.extraordinary 【选词填空】 A.casual, cautious, crazy, curious, clear, close 1.The boss is _________ about making promises. 2.His attitude to his job is rather ________ so his boss is not so satisfied with him. 3.You must be _________ to ride a bicycle that has no brakes! 4.I’ve got a rather _________ table. It doesn’t match the chairs. 5.I can’t believe you got trapped. It was a ________ case of cheating. 6.The road is ________ to the heavy motor traffic. B.comfortable, common, complete, confident, conscious, cool 7.For a while, I sat at my desk, ___________ in my decision. 8.Pine trees are __________ throughout the world. 9.He bought a lovely house __________ with furniture. 10.She is ___________ about how little food I eat. 10.Peter is ___________ of winning the post as the assistant to the managing director. 11.I was not __________ of having offended him. 12.He was always ________ in the face of danger. C.due, diverse, distant, desperate, delicate, deep 1.Accidents ________ to driving at high speed were very common that weekend. 2 His new book is ________ to be published next year. 3.Today’s businesses are increasingly complex and _________. 4.A _________ relative is not as good as a near neighbour. 5.After each ________ effort/attempt the dog shrank with a yell of pain. 6.Molly’s health has always been _________, which worries her mother a lot. 7.His expression changed to one of _________ concern. D.easy, exhausted, empty, energetic, enthusiastic 1.I’ve been on the run all day and I’ m ________. 2.The wonderful speech drew forth _________ applause. 3.The family was obviously an extremely__________, intelligent and good-humored one. 4.He ________ his pockets of their contents and looked for the tiny button. 5.You should go ______ on(i.e. be less strict with) that boy; he’s only young. E.exceptional, especially, even, extremely, eventually 6.A man of great ability like him will ________ reach the top. 7.Our team ________ the score in the last minute. 8.It has been cold and windy these days and this weather is _________ for March. 9.The rising sun is __________ beautiful to look at from this angle. 10.Earthquakes are _________ difficult to predict. F.entire, equal, essential, extraordinary, embarrass 11.He extended an invitation to the evening party to the ________ class. 12.It is therefore _________ to know the age distribution in the population. 13.The decline of sales __________ the company. 14.She’s the _________ of her brother as far as intelligence is concerned. 15.This is an __________ film about a highly gifted child. - 13 - / 13 高考英语专题练习(十六) 冲刺导练 答 案 【读写应用综合训练】 一、完形填空 36~40.CABBD 41~45.AADBC 46~50.CBDAC 51~55.ABDCD 二、阅读理解 46~49.ADBC 56~57.DB 40~43.CDDA 44~47.BCA A 52~55.CADA 三、阅读表达 56.Because his parents promised him a new bike for a perfect score. 57.Very / Extremely./ Really. /Unbelievably. 58.He thought he would never succeed in anything. 59.It's what one learns about the subject, not the score itself. 60.I would try to figure out the reason and deal with it well, because it would help me avoid the same mistake next time. 【语法重点运用导练】语法知能运用导练:词性与成分 2—状语2 1~5.CCABA 6~10.ACCC 11~15.BBBCC 16.D 【词汇检测】 25~30.BCDAC 31~35.CADA 17~20.ACDA 21~25.BCB 42~55.DCBB 46~50.ACDAB 51~55.DCADB 56.C 单词填空 A.1.cautious 2.casua 3.crazy 4.curious 5.Clear 6.close B.7.comfortable 8.common 9.complete 10.concerned 11.confident 12.conscious 13.cool C.1.due 2.due 3 diverse 4.distant 5.Desperate 6.Delicate 7.deep D.1.exhausted 2.enthusiastic 3.energetic 4.emptied 5.easy E.6.eventually 7 evened 8.exceptional 9.Especially 10.extremely F.11.entire 12.Essential 13.embarrassed 14.equal 15.extraordinary - 1 - / 1