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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-09-04
    来源: 内蒙古鄂尔多斯市2017届高三模拟考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    Recently, a picture of a soaking wet father holding an umbrella for his son in New York street has spread widely on the Internet. The ___21___moved countless netizens, commenting “Father’s love is as ____22____as a mountain.”

    The name of “Father Umbrella”is Liu Qiao,___23___told the reporter the photos were ___24___on September 10th. Because of the sudden rain, he only took a(n)___25___umbrella in the office to ___26___his son at the kindergarten gate. “My home is near, so there is no need to___27___rain.”Liu Qiao said giving the only umbrella to his son in the rain was a very___28___instinct(本能)and getting praised so widely was ___29___his expectation.

    Some netizens questioned, “Why didn’t he ___30___his son?”Liu Qiao thinks he has been creating the best ___31___for this son instead of doing all the things for him and let him___32___for himself.“I want him to do things___33___, so I did not hold him and the schoolbag was also___34___him. But after all he was too young to ___35___cold, so I held an umbrella to ___36___him from the rain.”

    Netizen’s interpretation of this picture is:“As a father, he can___37___his son, but his son must walk himself. Dad’s ___38___hand is the cause, the right hand the ___39___, backing on the wind and rain…The ‘umbrella father’ shows ‘Dad can’t give you the best,___40___gives you all!”And this also lets countless friends say,“It melts the heart down.”

    21. A. scenery    B. signal    C. scene    D. sign

    22. A. amazing    B. great    C. proud    D. hard

    23. A. who    B. that    C. whom    D. which

    24. A. taken    B. chosen    C. brought    D. bought

    25. A. useless    B. extra    C. common    D. spare

    26. A. bring up    B. take up    C. pick up    D. turn up

    27. A. stop    B. avoid    C. frighten    D. worry

    28. A. willing    B. strange    C. natural    D. curious

    29. A. within    B. under    C. on    D. beyond

    30. A. hold    B. tell    C. help    D. consider

    31. A. needs    B. dreams    C. belongings    D. conditions

    32. A. change    B. work    C. earn    D. battle

    33. A. by himself    B. of himself    C. to himself    D. from himself

    34. A. in    B. on    C. by    D. at

    35. A. refuse    B. defeat    C. ignore    D. resist

    36. A. stop    B. break    C. protect    D. ban

    37. A. shelter    B. understand    C. raise    D. concern

    38. A. warm    B. big    C. left    D. calm

    39. A. patience    B. hope    C. diligence    D. honesty

    40. A. then    B. but    C. and    D. thus

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-09-01
    来源: 江西省赣州市厚德外国语学校2016-2017学年高一10月月考英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    April Fool’s Day is a western festival. No one  41   exactly when and how April Fool’s Day began. However, there are some stories about  42   it came into being. One story 43   like this: in the sixteenth-century France, the start of the new year was on April first. It was celebrated  44  much the same way  45   it is today with parties and dancing into the late hours of the night. Then in 1562, Pope (教皇) Gregory introduced a new calendar(日历) for the Christian world, and the new year fell on January first. There were some people,  46   , who hadn’t heard or didn’t believe the   47   in the date, so they   48   to celebrate New Year’s Day on April first.   49   played tricks on them and called them “April fools”. They tried to make them believe that something false was  50. In France today, April first is called “April Fish”. French children fool their friends by taping a paper fish to their friends’  51   . When the “young fool”   52   this trick, the prankster(恶作剧者) shouts “April Fish!”

    Today Americans play small tricks on friends and strangers alike on the first of April. One 53    trick on April Fool’s Day is   54   to a friend’s shoe and saying, “Your shoelace is united (你的鞋带开了).” School children might tell a classmate that school has been canceled.  55   the trick is, if you fail for the joke the prankster shouts “April Fool!”

    In Britain today, on the first of April, even  56  newspapers, radio and TV programs tell big lies. You  57   read a science  58   showing that doctors have found a way to cure AIDS,  59   you would probably listen to a piece of news about an UFO  60    on an island.

    41. A. understands      B. knows                C. Believes             D. remembers

    42. A. when         B. why              C. how                  D. where

    43. A. goes         B. tells           C. happens          D. writes

    44. A. as               B. like             C. with                 D. in

    45. A. like        B. as               C. so                   D. for

    46.A. however           B. but              C. therefore            D. instead

    47. A. fact             B. news             C. change               D. information

    48. A. remained         B. continued       C. considered           D. went

    49. A. Others           B. Somebody        C. Many            D. Some

    50. A. real             B. true                 C. right                D. correct

    51. A. hands          B. faces             C. backs            D. heads

    52. A. discovers       B. sees                 C. found                D. notices

    53. A. usual            B. common           C. funny           D. silly

    54. A. looking down     B. pointing down        C. getting down         D. turning down

    55. A. Whenever      B. Whoever        C. Whatever         D. Wherever

    56. A. serious         B. famous            C. interesting          D. important

    57. A. might          B. should             C. could                D. must

    58. A. letter          B. speech            C. writing              D. report

    49. A. so               B. and              C. or              D. but

    60. A. lying           B. walking           C. flying           D. Landing

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-07-25
    来源: 河南省师范大学附属中学2016-2017学年高二5月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Children find meanings in their old family tales

       When Stephen Guyer’s three children were growing up, he told them stories about how his grandfather, a banker,   __21  all in the 1930s, but did not lose sight of what he valued most. In one of the darkest times  22  his strong-minded grandfather was nearly   23  , he loaded his family into the car and   24    them to see family members in Canada with a   25   ,“there are more important things in life than money. ”

    The  26  took on a new meaning recently when Mr. Guyer downsized to a   27   house from a more expensive and comfortable one. He was   28   that his children, a daughter, 15, and twins, 22, would be upset. To his surprise, they weren’t.    29     ,their reaction echoed (共鸣) their great-grandfather’s. What they   30   was how warm the people were in the house and how  31    of their heart was accessible.  

    Many parents are finding family stories have surprising power to help children   32   hard times. Storytelling experts say the phenomenon reflects a growing    33     in telling tales, evidenced by a rise in a storytelling events and festivals.

    A university  34   of 65 families with children aged from 14 to 16 found kids’ ability to   35   parents’ stories was linked to a lower rate of anger and anxiety.

    The    36   is telling the stories in a way children can    37   . We’re not talking here about the kind of story that    38   , “When I was a kid, I walked to school every day uphill both ways, barefoot in the snow.” Instead, we should choose a story suited to the child’s   39    , and make eye contact to create “a personal experience”, We don’t have to tell children   40  they should take from the story and what the moral is. ”

    21. A. missed                       B. lost                        C. forgot                       D. ignored

    22. A. when                         B. while                        C. how                          D. why

    23. A. friendless                   B. worthless                    C. penniless                    D. homeless

    24. A fetched                       B. allowed                      C. expected                     D. took

    25. A. hope                        B. promise                      C. suggestion              D. belief

    26. A. tale                             B. agreement                C. arrangement              D. report

    27. A. large                            B. small                        C. new                          D. grand

    28. A. surprised                    B. annoyed                      C. disappointed            D. worried

    29. A. Therefore                    B. Besides                      C. Instead                      D. Otherwise

    30. A. talked about                 B. cared about             C. wrote about              D. heard about

    31. A. much                         B. many                         C. little                           D. few

    32. A. beyond                       B. over                         C. behind                       D. through

    33. A. argument                     B. skill                       C. interest                     D. anxiety

    34. A. study                       B. design                       C. committee                D. staff

    35. A. provide                      B. retell                      C. support                      D. refuse

    36. A. trouble                     B. gift                             C. fact                         D. trick

    37. A. perform                      B. write                        C. hear                         D. question Ks5

    38. A. means                        B. ends                         C. begins                       D. proves

    39. A. needs                       B. activities                   C. judgments                D. habits Ks5u

    40. A. that                        B. what                         C. which                        D. whom

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-07-18
    来源: 甘肃省天水一中2016-2017学年高一下学期第二次月考英语试题(A卷) Word版含答案.doc

    I tend to accept any idea put forward by experts on TV. One day, a sociologist proposed(提出,建议) that the    16    society has been consuming (消费)modern humans little by little. For fear that I would become a victim(受害者)of the consumer society, I   17  hurried to a bicycle shop in my neighborhood.   18  the shopkeeper Mr. Johnson was selling me the bicycle, he said, “This is the best thing you   19  have done. Life has become hopelessly   20  . A bicycle is simple, and it brings to you   21  things: fresh air, sunshine and exercise.” I agreed. Happy as a child, I got on the bicycle and headed out onto the streets. After some time, I   22  at the other end of the town. I was   23  that this simple vehicle could let me   24  long distances in a fairly short time. But how   25   did I really go?
    Since I hated to be   26  , I went back to Mr. Johnson and asked him to   27  an odometer (
    里程表) on my bicycle. He agreed, but   28  , “An odometer without a speedometer (速度计) is like a   29   without a knife.” I admitted he was right and in a few minutes, the two devices (装置) were   30  to the handlebars(把手)of my bicycle. “What about a horn?” he then asked. “Look, this horn is no larger than a matchbox and has many   31  .” Attracted by these functions, I bought the horn. “You can’t leave the back part   32  ,” noted Mr. Johnson. He fixed a metal box with buttons   33  the seat, and said, “Is there anything better than this oven(烤箱) when you feel   34  on your way? I can give you a special discount.” I was not strong enough to   35   the offer.
    “I congratulate you once more; this is the best thing you could have done,” said Mr. Johnson in the end.
    16. A. adult            B. human            C. consumer            D. bachelor
    17. A. eventually       B. immediately      C. reluctantly             D. gratefully
    18. A. Although         B. Because          C. As                          D. Unless
    19. A. would            B. should           C. must                        D. could
    20. A. boring           B. complicated (
    复杂的) C. stressful               D. tough
    21. A. natural          B. mysterious           C. complex                     D. unique
    22. A. gave up      B. broke down       C. calmed down             D. ended up
    23. A. amazed           B. amused           C. confused                    D. concerned
    24. A. march            B. drive                C. cover                       D. measure
    25. A. far          B. long                 C. fast                        D. deep
    26. A. unreliable       B. impractical          C. unprepared          D. Inaccurate
    (不精确的)
    27. A. fix          B. check                C. repair                  D. lay
    28. A. swore            B. added                C. replied                 D. concluded
    29. A. pencil           B. fork                 C. box                     D. cake
    30. A. distributed (
    分配)B. converted (改变)  C. applied                 D. attached
    31. A. shapes           B. sizes                C. functions               D. models
    32. A. loose            B. blank                C. bare                    D. incomplete
    33. A. beside           B. before               C. below                   D. behind
    34. A. sick             B. hungry           C. hot                     D. thirsty
    35. A. consider         B. withdraw             C. make                    D. resist

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-07-18
    来源: 福建省霞浦第一中学2017届高三毕业班模拟考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    These days, the custom that wives should cook has changed in Japan, especially people in their 20’s and 30’s tend to think so. Among  41  in that age group, both husbands and wives have  42  and they are very busy, so they tend to think that sharing the housework is  43 .

    But not everyone  44  because husbands do not have enough chance to know how to  45 . Up to now, they have been used to seeing two  46 : their mothers cook every day and their fathers  47  those dishes. Recently some cooking schools for  48  have opened. I have read several articles about the schools. Students of the cooking schools are mostly middle-aged men who are  49  of their retirement, because they work from morning to night at their  50 , so they do not know how to cook.  51 , their wives cook  52 ; they have many hobbies, and they know how to enjoy their spare time. After these men retire, they tend to do nothing in their  53  hours. So these men are  54  to cook not only as a hobby, but also because it is necessary to them.

    In Japan, the famous cooks are almost all male,  55  the famous cooking teachers are almost all  56 . I think that this tendency also  57  our true beliefs: being a cook is considered a business and being a cooking teacher is considered a(n)  58  of cooking as housework. I believe this tendency will  59  in the future. We will have many chances to cook without  60  whether we are husbands or wives.

    41. A. lines                   B. teams                              C. classes                            D. couples

    42. A. chances                     B. cars                                C. jobs                         D. houses

    43. A. normal                B. unfair                              C. lucky                      D. strange

    44. A. comes                B. agrees                             C. helps                        D. cares

    45. A. cook                   B. pay                                 C. design                      D. wash

    46. A. suggestions         B. roles                               C. thoughts                   D. ideas

    47. A. keep                   B. buy                                 C. eat                           D. deliver      

    48. A. women               B. lawyers                           C. students                   D. men

    49. A. proud                 B. certain                             C. afraid                       D. convinced

    50. A. office                 B. table                                C. college                     D. corner

    51. A. By the way          B. On the other hand             C. At first                            D. As a result

    52. A. peacefully          B. selflessly                         C. alone                        D. well

    53. A. exact                  B. difficult                           C. free                         D. last

    54. A. learning               B. affording                         C. promising                 D. hating

    55. A. because                     B. while                               C. if                             D. as

    56. A. female                B. young                             C. professors                D. adults

    57. A. reacts with       B. helps with                    C. leads to                    D. comes from

    58. A. education            B. fashion                            C. skill                         D. extension

    59. A. begin                  B. change                                   C. continue                   D. stop

    60. A. reporting             B. proving                           C. imagining                 D. considering

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-07-17
    来源: 百校联盟2017届高考复习全程精练冲刺金卷英语试题(三) Word版含答案.doc

    The investigation reveals that,oven allowing for other influences,happy adolescents are likely to earn more money when they grow up.Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve and Professor Andrew Oswald analyzed data from 15,000 adolescents and young_41_in the USA.They_42_that those who report higher "life satisfaction" grow up to earn _43_higher levels of income later in life.

    Their study found that_44_individuals' greater wealth is due,in part,to the fact that happy people are more likely to get a_45_and find a job.They get a(n)_46_quicker than their pessimistic counterparts.

    And greater happiness has a big_47_impact: the study shows,for example,that a one-point_48_in life satisfaction (on a scale of 5) at the age of 22 is_49_with almost $2,000 higher earnings per_50_at the age of 29.This is on top of other influences on_51_.

    The researchers paid careful attention to instances of siblings(兄弟姐妹)in the data,demonstrating that even in children growing up in the_52_family,happier youngsters_53_to go on to earn higher levels of income.

    The researchers also studied how_54_may influence income.Mediation tests reveal direct and indirect_55_that carry the influence from happiness to income.

    According to Dr De Neve,these_56_have important implications for scholars,policy makers,and the general public_57_in particular.The research shows that the emotional well-being of children is the_58_to their future success.Therefore,in the process of children's growth,what_59_greatly is to ensure we create emotionally_60_  home environment.

    41.A.men                         B.adults              C.women                  D.kids

    42.A.believed             B.insisted            C.found              D.thought

    43.A.fortunately           B.similarly          C.apparently       D.possibly

    44.A.angry                B.honest             C.sad                 D.happy

    45.A.job                    B.degree             C.prize               D.chance

    46.A.promotion          B.diploma           C.certification      D.information

    47.A.beneficial           B.colorful           C.thankful          D.financial

    48.A.increase             B.failure             C.decrease          D.success

    49.A.satisfied             B.equipped          C.associated       D.faced

    50.A.year                         B.month             C.hour               D.day

    51.A.ability                B.income            C.performance     D.life

    52.A.familiar              B.different          C.good               D.same

    53.A.fail                    B.decide             C.tend                D.continue

    54.A.happiness           B.friendship        C.relation            D.feeling

    55.A.meanings           B.effects            C.arguments       D.efforts

    56.A.figures            B.times               C.sights                D.findings

    57.A.parents              B.classmates        C.roommates       D.teachers

    58.A.road                         B.barrier             C.key                 D.way

    59.A.helps                 B.determines       C.solves             D.matters

    60.A.wealthy             B.healthy            C.worthy            D.Friendly

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-07-03
    来源: 福建省南平市2017届高三3月质量检测英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    Today there is more to read than ever before.The websites try their best to____21____with each other by offering reading updates.The social news sites are always filled with the____22____news and stories one can read everywhere online.___23___,there is no lasting value amid the whole competition.As far as their value is____24____,I assume it makes no much___25___whether you find one to read or___26___it.If you are someone who tends to____27____meaning in life,I am sure you’ve felt this way as well.

    Whenever this happens,I choose to turn back to the____28____,the old enduring meaningful books that have______29______the test of time.Most people believe,with our modern___30___we have invented new life.But this is not the____31____.When they think they are leading a life completely____32____what their ancestors had decades ago,they are____33____still surrounded by minor details and their life remains____34____.

    Everything has its particular place.Old books teach you how to live and what it____35____to be human,with moral standards.This is____36____they still play an important part in our life.I’m glad that I am not____37____in this opinion.Many people agree that the wisdom of the greatest human minds____38____through centuries is the most valuable____39____of mankind.

    To make classic books____40____to youngsters,schools should make it possible for their students to find the books recommended by their teachers on the book-shelves in the library.

    21. A. struggle         B. communicate      C. cooperate            D. compete

    22. A. temporary        B. final                C. latest               D. present

    23. A. However      B. Therefore            C. Instead          D. Besides

    24. A. regarded    B. suggested            C. considered           D. concerned

    25. A. difference       B. sense                C. comment          D. progress

    26. A. prevent          B. lose             C. miss             D. avoid

    27. A. give up          B. search for           C. set aside            D. joke about

    28. A. articles         B. fictions         C. experts          D. classics

    29. A. made         B. stood                C. created          D. experimented

    30. A. service          B. edition              C. technology           D. construction

    31. A. case         B. base             C. life             D. matter

    32. A. equal to         B. consistent with      C. different from       D. similar to

    33. A. probably    B. actually         C. usually          D. potentially

    34. A. unchanged        B. stable               C. safe             D. peaceful

    35. A. shows            B. proves               C. offers               D. means

    36. A. whether          B. why              C. when            D. where

    37. A. alone            B. lonely               C. discouraged          D. optimistic

    38. A. given up    B. carried away    C. passed down      D. brought up

    39. A. revolution       B. performances    C. process          D. possessions

    40. A. attractive       B. accessible           C. suitable         D. beneficial

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-06-27
    来源: 河北省冀州中学2016-2017学年高二上学期期中考试英语试题B卷 Word版含答案.doc

    These days everyone wants to “get rich” overnight. We all __41__ marrying someone from a wealthy family, making a lot of __42__, or winning the lottery (彩票). But do these things really make us happy? Many of the richest celebrities (名人) happen to be some of the most __43__ people. They buy expensive houses and clothes that they __44__ use. They may become __45__ and even become addicted to __46__. They have become so focused on money and material things that they forget about the people and activities they __47__.

    Now, more young people have the opportunity for a better education, and better chances of making a high __48__. These are great achievements, __49__ will they make you happy? In the US many young people believe that being rich and being happy are two __50__ things. When attending university, they often choose to study subjects that they are __51__ rather than subjects that will get them __52__ jobs. Instead of majoring in “business” or “management”, many American students today have majors like “theater” or “modern dance”. The __53__ is that making a lot of money doesn't mean that you will be satisfied with your __54__. Nowadays, young people are __55__ careers that they love doing rather than careers that pay well.

    I think that as being __56__ becomes more possible, we need to __57__ what the term “fortune” really means. Do we need to have money and material things to be fortunate? Or does __58__ just mean having what we need to be happy? __59__ what things make you happy? Be honest with yourself. It may take __60__ a rich spouse(配偶)or much money to make you happy!

    41A. think of             B. dream of      C. care about         D. insist on

    42A. changes            Bfriends       Cefforts           Dmoney

    43A.unhappy             Bhappy        Clucky          Dunlucky

    44A.always         Breally         Cnever            Dpersonally

    45A.annoyed             Bdepressed      Csatisfied     Dinjured

    46A.work            Bgames         Cadventures       Ddrugs

    47A.love           Bhate           Cenjoy        Dknow

    48A.salary          Bgoal          Cdegree      Dfame

    49A.so             Band          Cbut            Dor

    50A.difficult              Bdifferent      Cpleasant           Dimportant

    51A.used to              Bfamiliar with   Crelated to         Dinterested in

    52A.high­paying          Bprize­winning   Ctrouble­saving  Dlong­enjoying

    53A.point            Bpurpose        Cresult             Dquestion

    54A.health          Bfuture          Clife          Dmajor

    55A.creating             Bavoiding        Cmissing          Dchoosing

    56A.independent       Bwealthy          Cunselfish          Dfamous

    57A.study          Bunderstand       Crethink           Drecall

    58A.fortune      Bcareer           Csuccess         D. peace

    59A.Even if      BIf so             COnly if             DIf only

    60A.kind of        Bnothing but       Cas much as     Dmore than

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-06-27
    来源: 河北省定州中学2017届高三(承智班)下学期英语周练试题(5-15) Word版含解析.doc

    One of the most inspiring quotes(名言) I ever heard was by Brian Tracy. He said: “The______between successful people and unsuccessful people is that successful people ______ many more times than unsuccessful people.”

    I deeply understood the ______ of the quote soon after my fist book was published.

    I was living in Atlanta at the time and ______ my fist signing sale for my new book at the phoenix and Dragon,the largest bookstore in the city. Although a nice sign was placed outside the room ______ images of both me and my book, The 9 Insights of the Wealthy Soul,not a single customer entered the room. ______ each minute passed, I became increasingly ______.

    At 6:25 pm, just before the store’s ______, I began to get myself ready to leave. At that moment, just when I couldn’t fell any ______, a middle-aged couple walked into the room. I managed to ______ my emotions and introduced myself and my book.

    The couple turned the pages each other, and the husband ______ to his wife. She then told me,“I think we’ll get the book.”

    Despite the impulse (冲动)to jump ______, and hold their hands to thank them for being my ______ readers, I realized the woman was trying to say something else.

    “The ______ we’re buying it is that our son died two years ago,” she said. “Maybe your book will help us ______ it .”

    At that moment, I knew if never sold a copy of the book, my four years of ______ had been meaningless.

    Although I would have many more challenging years ______ my book became a bestseller, this couple’s story was all the ______ I needed at that point to keep me ______.

    Thanks to them, I would realize that the greatest of lives are made all in the same way : One challenge ... one challenge ... one difficulty ... one step ... and one small ______ at a time.

    17A. similarity    B. difference    C. interest    D. advantage

    18A. fail    B. own    C. try    D. experience

    19A. fault    B. key    C. secret    D. wisdom

    20A. refused    B. decided    C. arranged    D. waited

    21A. including    B. showing    C. drawing    D. selling

    22A. While    B. As    C. With    D. when

    23A. anxious    B. excited    C. angry    D. curious

    24A. rented    B. opening    C. crowded    D. closing

    25A. worse    B. bad    C. good    D. better

    26A. express    B. hide    C. read    D. push

    27A. nodded    B. side    C. replied    D. talked

    28A. one end    B. in a row    C. in  the air    D. on the ground

    29A. reliable    B. old    C. welcoming    D. first

    30A. impact    B. reason    C. purpose    D. result

    31A. look through    B. get over    C. find out    D. come across

    32A. studying    B. advertising    C. writing    D. waiting

    33A. since    B. unless    C. after    D. until

    34A. motivation    B. information    C. decision    D. material

    35A. moving ahead    B. falling down    C. putting forward    D. losing courage

    36A. sorrow    B. failure    C. success    D. pleasure

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 河北省定州中学2016-2017学年高一(承智班)下学期英语周练试题(5-15) Word版含解析.doc

    The books in David’s schoolbag felt like bricks as he ran down the street. What he wanted to do was to play basketball with Eric, _______ his mother told him he would have to return his sister’s books to the library first.

    He had _________ set foot in a library and he wasn’t about to do so today. He would just _________ the books in the outside return box. But there was a_________: it was locked.

        He went into the building, only a few minutes ___________ closing time. He put the books into the return box. And after a brief _________ in the toilet, he would be on his way to the playground to_________ Eric.

        David stepped out of the toilet and stopped in _________ —the library lights were off. The place was _______. The doors had been shut. They__________ be opened from the inside. He was trapped—in a library!

        He tried to __________ a telephone call, but was unable to ____________. What’s worse, the play phones were on the outside of the building.________ the sun began to set, he searched for a light and found it.

        __________he could see. David wrote on a piece of paper: “________! I’m TRAPPED inside!” and stuck it to the glass door. __________, someone passing by would see it.

        He was surprised to discover that this place was not so unpleasant, __________. Rows and rows of shelves held books, videos and music. He saw a book about Michael Jordan and took it off the shelf. He settled into a chair and started to __________.

        He knew he had to__________, but now, that didn’t seem to be such a__________ thing.

    12A. or    B. because    C. but    D. since

    13A. ever    B. never    C. nearly    D. often

    14A. drop    B. pass    C. carry    D. take

    15A. case    B. mistake    C. question    D. problem

    16A. during    B. before    C. over    D. after

    17A. rest    B. break    C. stop    D. walk

    18A. meet    B. visit    C. catch    D. greet

    19A. delight    B. surprise    C. anger    D. eagerness

    20A. lonely    B. noisy    C. empty    D. crowded

    21A. wouldn’t    B. needn’t    C. shouldn’t    D. couldn’t

    22A. make    B. fix    C. use    D. pick

    23A. get on    B. get up    C. get in    D. get through

    24A. As    B. If    C. Though    D. Until

    25A. On time    B. Now and then    C. At last    D. By the way

    26A. Help    B. Hello    C. Come    D. Sorry

    27A. Truly    B. Surely    C. Thankfully    D. Gradually

    28A. at most    B. as usual    C. in short    D. after all

    29A. read    B. play    C. watch    D. write

    30A. stand    B. wait    C. sleep    D. work

    31A. cool    B. strange    C. bad    D. nice

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-06-20
    来源: 2017年普通高等学校招生全国统一考试英语(全国Ⅰ卷)试题及答案 解析.DOC

    阅读下面的短文,从短文后各题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

    While high school does not generally encourage students to explore new aspects of life,college sets the stage for that exploration. I myself went through this  41  process and found something that has changed my  42  at college for the better:I discovered ASL-American Sign Language(美式手语).

    I never felt an urge to  43  any sign language before.My entire family is hearing,and so are all my friends.The  44   language were enough in all my interactions(交往).Little did I know that I would discover my  45    for ASL.

    The   46    began during my first week at college. I watched as the ASL Club    47    their translation of a song. Both the hand movements and the very   48    of communicating without speaking   49  me. What I saw was completely unlike anything I had experienced in the   50   .This newness just left me   51   more.

    After that, feeling the need to   52   further, I decided to drop in on one of ASL club`s meetings. I only learned how to   53   the alphabet that day. Yet instead of being discouraged by my   54   progress,I was excited. I then made it a point to   55   those meetings and learn all I could.

         The following term, I   56   an ASL class. The professor was deaf and any talking was   57   . I soon realized that the silence was not unpleasant.  58   , if there had been any talking, it would have   59   us to learn less. Now, I appreciate the silence and the   60   way of communication it opens.

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-06-16
    来源: 四川省中江县龙台中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    If you want to learn a new language, the very first thing to think about is why. Do you need it for a __41__ reason, such as your job or your studies? __42__ perhaps you are interested in the __43___, films or the music of a different country and you know how much it will help to have a __44___ of the language.
        Most people learn best using a variety of __45__, but traditional classes are an ideal
    (理想的)start for many people. They __46_ an environment where you can practice with the __47_ of someone who’s good at the language. We all lead __48__ lives and learning a language takes __49__. You will have more success if you study regularly, so try to make a __50__. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t got long. Becoming fluent in a language will take years, but learning to get by takes __51__.Many people start learning a language and soon give up. “I’m too __52__,” they say. Yes, children do learn languages more __53__ than adults, but research has shown that you can learn a language at any __54__. And learning is good for the health of your brain, too. I’ve also heard people __55__ about the mistakes they make when __56__. Well, relax and laugh about your mistakes __57__ you’re much less likely to make them again.
        Learning a new language is never __58__. But with some work and devotion, you’ll make progress. And you’ll be __59__ by the positive reaction of some people when you say just a few words in __60__ own language. Good luck!
    41. A. technical          B. political      C. practical          D. physical
    42. A. after              B. or              C. though          D. so
    43. A. medicine       B. transport      C. agriculture     D. literature
    44. A knowledge       B. view            C. form            D. database
    45. A paintings       B. writing             C. methods     D. computers
    46. A. provide        B. change              C. respect        D. protect
    47. A. control         B. command       C. pressure           D. help
    48. A. happy               B. busy          C. simple         D. normal

    49. A. courage         B. energy        C . time          D. place
    50. A. theory              B. plan           C. business       D. project
    51. A. some risks            B. some notes  C. a lot less         D. a lot more
    52. A. nervous         B. old           C. weak           D. tired
    53. A. quickly          B. closely       C. privately          D. quietly
    54. A. school           B. speed            C. distance           D. age   

    55. A. hesitate         B. worry        C. think          D. quarrel
    56. A. learning         B. working      C. bargaining     D. singing  

    57. A. if                  B. but           C. and            D. before
    58. A. tiresome        B. easy          C. interesting     D. hard     

    59. A. amazed          B. blamed        C. interrupted    D. informed
    60. A. your            B. his           C. our            D their
        

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 四川省成都市第七中学2017届高三三诊模拟英语试题 Word版含答案之二.doc

        In England, there is a nice cottage with a large garden where lives an old man. The    41

    where bees and butterflies dance and gorgeous flowers    42    all year around is so well-tended that

    every passer-by cannot but stop for a  43  .

        One day a young painter    44  this garden and he was totally lost in admiration at its beauty,

    45    how happy he could be if he lived in such a    46    place. Then, suddenly he found the old

    gardener was blind.    47  ,the painter  48    that old man, asking "why are you busy__49 

    these flowers which you can't see as a matter of fact?" The blind gardener said    50 ,“I can tell

    you four reasons. First,1 was a gardener when l was young, and I really like this job. Second,__     51

    I can't see these flowers, I can touch them. Third, I can    52  the sweetness of  them.  As to the last

    one, that's you."

        “Me? 53 you don't know me." responded the painter.

        “Yeah. But I know flowers are angels which everyone knows and would    54 turn them

    down. People who love life would stop by and this  55  prospect(景色)would have their eyes

    56    and hearts pleased. Meanwhile, it also extends a  57   to me to have a word with you here."

        Actually, the blind man  58 flowers in his heart. Failing the__59  of the beauty of

    blossoming(开花),he surely can  60  the voice of it, I suppose.

    41. A. cottage    B. garden    C. place    D. room

    42. A. come    B. return     C. mass    D. stay

    43.A. glance     B. rest       C. discussion               D. chat

    44. A. broke into     B. came over            C. turned to      D. went by

    45. A. hoping      B. pretending           C. believing        D. picturing

    46.A.beautiful     B. lonely     C. quiet       D. shabby

    47. A. Frightened       B. Excited         C. Shocked         D. Worried

    48. A. patted         B. approached        C. threatened         D. shook

    49. A. picking    B. enjoying              C. tending          D. watering

    50. A. angrily         B. sadly          C. happily             D. comfortably

    51. A if              B. while      C. since                   D. as

    52.A.feel        B. taste      C. imagine       D. smell

    53.A.For            B. So        C.And            D. But

    54. A. usually      B. never              C. now and then               D. simply

    55.A.delightful          B. clear               C. funny            D. helpful

    56.A. feasted        B. moved             C. shocked                  D. opened

    57.A.gift                  B. choice             C. chance         D. reason

    58.A. sends         B. receives           C. attracts                  D. grows

    59.A. sight            B. pleasure           C. sense                      D. meaning

    60.A.understand          B. hear          C. think of                  D. spread

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-06-09
    来源: 江苏省张家港高级中学2016-2017学年高一下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

       Learning a second language fuels childrens intelligence and makes their job prospects brighter. 36 the fact is, in U.S.A, as in many other English speaking countries, speakers of two or more languages are in the 37 . Eighty-four per cent of US people are monolingual (speakers of only one language). This leaves a small number who 38 to speak two or more languages.
       No matter how proud people are of their cultural roots, to speak anything 39 English is a marker of difference here. That
    s why fourteen-year-old Umar is 40 when people comment on the fact that he is able to speak Arabic. Umars mother points out: In U.S.A, its not 41 for kids to be bilingual. But, if you speak another language to your children in U.S.A, it is thought that you are not helping them to 42 society.
       But in fact, the general 43 among experts is that learning a second language is good for children. Experts believe that bilinguals  people who speak _44 languages
    have a clear learning advantage 45 their monolingual schoolmates. This 46 on how much of each language they can speak, not on which language is used, 47 they are learning Arabic, French, Chinese or any other language.
       Vinss Millon, a professor of Foreign Language Training, says:
    A lot of studies have 48 that children who speak more than one language sometimes learn one language more 49 , but in the end they do as well as their monolingual schoolmates, and often better, in other subjects.
       The view is that there is a(n) 50 from the effort of learning another language. A few other 51 agree that
    Bilinguals tend to use language better as a whole. They also 52 greater creativity and problem-solving ability, and they learn further languages more easily.
       With all of the benefits, why do we not show more 53 for learning other languages. Parents and teachers 54 in bilingual education say it is pressure from friends at school, general 55 to other languages in English-speaking countries, and problems in the school system that are to blame.
    36. A. And                        B. So                         C. But                                         D. Thus
    37. A. minimum               B. maximum             C. minority                                 D. majority
    38. A. claim                      B. pretend                 C. decide                                    D. plan
    39. A. more than               B. less than               C. rather than                             D. other than
    40. A. excited                   B. embarrassed          C. disappointed                         D. appreciated
    41. A. common                 B. unusual                 C. unique                                   D. general
    42. A. fit in                       B. build up                C. contribute to                          D. figure out
    43. A. distinction              B. commission          C. announcement                      D. agreement
    44. A. one                         B. two                       C. three                                      D. more
    45. A. beneath                   B.beyond                 C. over                                       D. of
    46. A. determines              B. focuses                C. comments                             D. depends
    47. A. if                             B. Whether              C. when                                     D. because
    48. A. rejected                 B. released                C. revealed                              D. reminded
    49. A. slowly                   B. rapidly                 C. easily                                   D. efficiently
    50. A. outcome                B. improvement        C. advantage                           D. tendency
    51. A. parents                  B. learners                C. schoolmates                        D. professors
    52. A. display                  B. produce                C. inspire                                 D. discover
    53. A. concern                 B. respect                 C. enthusiasm                          D. intelligence
    54. A. involved               B. impressed            C. competing                            D. replacing
    55. A. opinions               B. obstacles              C. senses                                   D. attitudes
     

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-06-09
    来源: 江苏省张家港高级中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    A PRANK (恶作剧) is naughty behavior that is at most scoldedif it gets too much. This is  41three Chinese students studying in California in the US described what they had done.
    Zhai Yunyao, Yang Yuhan and Zhang Xinlei, all 19, called it a “prank” when they took their classmate Liu Yiran to a park where “Liu was … beaten, spat (
    吐痰) on,  42with cigarettes and forced to eat her own hair during a five-hour attack”, 43the Associated Press.
    However, their “prank” in March 2015 was  44a crime in the US. The punishment was years in prison for kidnappingand assault (
    攻击). Zhai was  45to 13 years in prison, Yang to 10 years and Zhang to six years on Feb 17. They will be sent back to China  46serving their sentences, reported The Los Angeles Times.
    The bullying (
    欺凌) case has caused quite a discussion in China where school bullying is not  47__ but is seldom considered a crime. According to a survey done by China Youth Daily in July last year, 73.3 percent of the 1,002  48 said they had experienced or seen bullying cases at school.
    However,  49 offenders (
    冒犯者) receive proper punishment. In most of the cases, offenders only get criticism from schools. Offenders under 14 have no criminal  50. Those aged between 14 and 16 usually get a light punishment only when they 51serious crimes like murder and rape (强奸), according to China’s laws.
     “The articles about protecting minors (
    未成年人) have started to get 52punishing school bullies,” commented an article in Bandao Metropolis Daily. “Some bullies even use the laws as a shield (挡箭牌) for their violent  53.” In  54, the US is quite tough on bullying.
      A(n) 55of 46 of the 50 US states now have their own anti-bullying laws, according to the US Department of Education. Bullying, according to those anti-bullying laws, 56 not only direct physical contact like hitting, but also verbal assaults like name-calling.
    Also, judges in the US have the right to 57 minor offenders as adults if the cases are serious or if they have criminal records.
      China could learn from the US,58its legal system to stop bullying, some people have suggested. Huang Zhiyuan, a procurator (
    检察官) at the Henan People’s Procuratorate, advocated lowering the criminal age in Procuratorate Daily. Li Fangchao of China Daily advised China to make a  59anti-bullying law.
     A more profound (
    深刻的) message the case showed to us is that “the common tolerant60toward bullying should be changed”, commented Jiaxing Daily. “When teenagers do something wrong, we should tolerate and help them when necessary. But all of these have a limit.”

    41. A.what             B. where        C. how               D. why

    42. A. forced           B. burned              C. thrown             D. punished

    43.A. committed           B.described        C. commented         D. reported

    44.A. actually  B. really           C. badly              D. terribly

    45.A. taken            B. sent            C. put                D. sentenced

    46. A. while             B. before          C. after   D. on

    47. A. often              B. rare     C. regular              D. common

    48. A. respondents         B. consultants      C. assistants           D. accountants

    49. A. a few            B. few     C. many                       D. none

    50. A. opportunity       B. challenges        C. worries             D. responsibility

    51. A. murder           B. commit      C. act                D. take

    52. A. rid of            B. along with        C. in the way of        D. out of 

    53. A. behavior       B. belief           C. mistake           D. bully

    54. A. conclusion        B. disbelief        C. a word            D. contrast

    55. A. number           B. group          C. total              D. quantity

    56. A. includes              B. contains         C. confirms           D. indicates

    57. A. think            B. play          C. treat              D. punish

    58. A. improving    B. correcting     C. benefiting             D. changing

    59. A. terrific          B. clear           C. related            D. specific

    60. A .reaction         B. attitude       C. understanding      D. consideration

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-06-07
    来源: 湖南省岳阳县第一中学2016-2017学年高二下学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Like many families in Sanyati, a small countryside town in western Zimbabwe(津巴布韦), Johnson’s family does not have a television. One day after school, Johnson arrived home and 41.______ something unusual in the house. At first, he 42.______ his father had bought a television, but when his mother said it was a computer, he was 43.______.

    It’s not that Johnson didn’t like the 44.______; he just didn’t know how to use it. Johnson and his father didn’t even know how to turn it on. "Nobody in our neighborhood knew how to 45.______ a computer," Johnson said.

    But things 46._____ when Nikon, a young family friend, came from a big city to visit. Nikon knew all about computers.

    “At first, I was always 47.______ the wrong button,” Johnson recalled. “But I kept on going 48.______I was eager to learn.” After three weeks, Johnson had mastered some computer 49._______, such as opening and closing files.

    Johnson kept on practicing after Nikon 50.______. His speed slowly improved. Soon, Johnson felt 51.______ with the computer. Meanwhile, Johnson’s friends 52._____ what had happened to him. He no longer played soccer after school like he  used to. Johnson’s friends 53.______. Were Johnson’s parents 54._____him from playing with them? Did he have new friends?

    One day, three of Johnson’s friends surprised him at home. They couldn’t 55.______ what they saw — a computer, and Johnson was operating it. After that, Johnson began to teach them how to use the computer.

    It wasn’t long before the neighborhood kids wanted to learn, too! The computer began to experience 56._____ because the kids were pressing too many buttons. So he 57.______a plan. He began charging for lessons. But this did not stop more kids from coming. Those whose parents did not have money 58._______with chickens or goats.

    Johnson has taught computer skills to 30 students from his local school. With the money earned from 59.______, Johnson has bought a television and a radio for his 60._______. And he plans to buy a new computer and keep on teaching.

    41.A. realized

    B. noticed      

    C. received

    D. achieved

    42.A. felt

    B. found

    C. thought

    D. decided

    43.A. disappointed

    B. interested

    C. satisfied

    D. excited

    44.A. television

    B. radio

    C. telephone

    D. computer

    45.A. operate

    B. repair

    C. manage

    D. control

    46.A. finished

    B. ended

    C. changed

    D. corrected

    47.A. editing

    B. pressing

    C. pulling

    D. putting

    48.A. but

    B. and

    C. because

    D. so

    49.A. systems

    B. files

    C. languages

    D. basics

    50.A. left

    B. returned

    C. arrived

    D. disappeared

    51.A. confused

    B. comfortable

    C. valuable

    D. considerable

    52.A. remembered

    B. discussed

    C. suspected

    D. wondered

    53.A. screamed

    B. hoped

    C. worried

    D. laughed

    54.A. preventing

    B. escaping

    C. protecting

    D. separating

    55.A. understand

    B. admit

    C. prove

    D. believe

    56.A. challenges

    B. problems

    C. tasks

    D. chances

    57.A. kept up with

    B. put up with

    C. came up with

    D. caught up with

    58.A. paid

    B. greeted

    C. filled

    D. played

    59.A. working

    B. begging

    C. teaching

    D. competing

    60.A. friend

    B. neighbor

    C. student

    D. family

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-05-17
    来源: 上海市七校2017届高三下学期3月联考英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    We all have our ways of marking time. As a photographer, my life is_____41_____ from one story to the next. My oldest son was born in the middle of a long story about the Endangered Species Act. My daughter came along with a _____42____ of gray wolves.

    Twenty stories later, though, it’s the story in Alaska that I’ll remember best. It was the story about the loss of wilderness — and the story ____43_____ which my wife Kathy got cancer. That’s the one that made time stand still.

          Kathy and I met at a blues bar in college . She had long blond hair and thought I was funny . Beautiful , graceful and patient , she has remained my muse( 文艺女神) for 24years , ____44___the thousands of times I’ve forced her to be photographed , she may have gotten tired of it now and then. I supposed ____45___ pictures on the day when she found that tumor(肿瘤) in her right breast . It was the size of a hen’s egg. Cruelly , it was Thanksgiving . By Christmas , the chemo-therapy ____46_____her weak and lying in bed . Some days she was so ___47____ she couldn’t watch TV.  One day she couldn’t even walk.

         Early detection saves lives . But ours was not early . By the time you can ____48__ it yourself , it’s often bigger than the doctor want it to be.

    Cancer is a thief. It steals time. Our days are already short with worry. Then comes this terrible disease, unfair as ___49______ at harvest time. But cancer also has the power to change us, for good. We learn to simplify, ____50_____ what we have instead of feeling sorry for what we don’t. Cancer even made me a better father. My work had made me a ____51_____ to my three kids. But now I pay attention to what really __52_______. This is not a race. This is a new way of life and new way of seeing, all from the cancer.

    In the end each of us has so little time. We have less of it than we can possibly imagine. And even though it____53_____ that Kathy’s cancer has not spread, and her prognosis (诊断) is good. We try to make it all count now, enjoying every part of every day.

    I’ve ____54_____ my camera again. I watch the sky, searching for beautiful light. When winter storms come, Kathy and I ____55_____ our children and take the time to catch snowflakes (雪花) on our tongues. After all, this is good. This is what we’re living for.

    41. A . repeated    B. transferred     C. conveyed    D. measured

    42. A. pack        B. series         C. bunch      D. portion

    43.A. with         B. at            C. during      D. for

    44.A. despite       B. beyond       C. until       D. upon

    45.A. making       B. taking        C. drawing     D. painting

    46.A. held          B. witnessed     C. found        D. had

    47. A. angry          B. sick       C. sad         D. dull

    48.A. feel          B. see        C. seize         D. record

    49.A. uneasy         B. unfit       C. unfair       D. unusual

    50.A. assessing        B. approaching   C. approving   D. appreciating

    51.A. guest           B. guide         C. stranger    D. supervisor

    52.A. implies         B. matters       C. means     D. works

    53. A. shows off     B. turns up       C. ends up     D. turns out

    54. A. picked up     B. picked out     C. looked up    D. looked for

    55. A. searched      B. gathered       C. looked      D. saw

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:6 入库时间:2017-05-17
    来源: 陕西省西藏民族学院附属中学2017届高三3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Dash of Hope

    “Dash” is a symbol which represents every day we’ve spent alive on earth.Therefore,how you spend your “dash” is important.

    Recently I   41  about a little girl named Hope.After learning more about her life,I couldn’t help but feel it was not by  42  ,nor happenstance,that she had been named “Hope”.The strong feeling of sympathy and generosity  43 in her young heart made a lasting impression on me and countless others. 44  I never had the opportunity to meet her,I wish I had.It seems as though she was wise beyond her tender years and very,very special.

    Hope was a twelve-year-old girl who was  45  a “wish” in early December 2010 by the “Make-A-Wish” Foundation after being   46   that she had a rare type of bone cancer.However,when she found out that more than 150   47  in her area were waiting for their wishes to be granted (实现),she unselfishly used her wish to   48   that those children have their wishes granted.She also asked that it be done  49  January 16, 2011. Unfortunately, however,the organization informed her that her   50  request could not be granted as the funds (资金) were simply   51  .They calculated that they would need to raise more than one  52  dollars in thirty days in order to grant her wish. 53  ,but not discouraged,she turned her disappointment into an enthusiasm that inspired caring  54  to take up helping grant the wishes of the other children,and eventually  55  as well.Newspaper columnists and reporters for radio and TV stations   56   the story of this caring young girl who had   57  the hearts of so many and as word spread,the community was challenged.Committees were formed and schools,corporations and various organizations assisted in   58  money to help make Hope’s dream come true.

    Her efforts were not in vain as they continue to help others,not only physically,but   59  and emotionally as well.At the gathering to celebrate her life,“A Celebration of Hope” on January 16,2011,the  60  was made that they had indeed received donations totaling more than one million dollars.Her wish had been granted!

    41.A.cared                    B.thought                     C.heard                 D.talked

    42.A.coincidence           B.independence      C.convenience              D.intelligence

    43.A.housed                 B.carried               C.expected            D.lost

    44.A.although               B.Unless                C.Until                  D.If

    45.A.expressed             B.offered               C.made                 D.sent

    46.A.diagnosed             B.acknowledged     C.reminded            D.realized

    47.A.relatives                B.netizens              C.idols                  D.kids

    48.A.Command             B.ask                    C.arrange                     D.order

    49.A.for                       B.to                      C.on                            D.by

    50.A.last                       B.formal                C.simple                D.honorable

    51.A.unbearable            B.unbelievable C.unavailable          D.uncomfortable

    52.A.thousand               B.hundred              C.million                D.billion

    53.A.Worried                B.Surprised            C.Disappointed       D.Embarrassed

    54.A.committees           B.individuals          C.corporations              D.organizations

    55.A.hers                            B.ours                   C.theirs                 D.yours

    56.A.heard                    B.read                   C.believed              D.shared

    57.A.broken                  B.moved                C.lost                    D.opened

    58.A.finding                  B.spending             C.raising                D.borrowing

    59.A.healthily                B.thankfully           C.happily               D.mentally

    60.A.proposal               B.announcement     C.conclusion          D.decision

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-05-16
    来源: 山西省应县第一中学校2015-2016学年高二上学期期末考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

      In the past in Korea, there were large families with grandparents and over four children. Each family had up to eight 41 in the household.

      Men usually 42 outside and made money for the family. In the case of women ,it was completely the 43. Women stayed at home and did only things related to 44. In those large families. There were really strict traditional rules about men’s and women’s 45. Women used to manage the housework, especially the cooking. Men were not 46 in the kitchen for any reason at all. 47. as generations have changed little by little, the relationships between men and women have changed and this has affected 48 at home.

      In recent years, husbands have started doing some cooking. Why is this 49? One reason is the change in family size. 50 families are no longer common. Nowadays, some married couples no longer live together with their parents. They want to be 51 . These young people are 52 to change the rules and don’t have to 53 that their parents will disapprove. Many now think it is no big deal if a husband cooks for his wife; often they see it as an expression of his 54 for her.

      Another reason is the improvement of women’s 55 in society. Women now work like men. These women will not stop working after they get 56 . They no longer want to stay at home.

      Actually, it doesn’t 57 who cooks. It can be either the husbands or the wives; it all depends on the situation of each couple. This is the 58 in Korea nowadays even if some stubborn people don’t want to accept 59. A lot of people are beginning to 60 and even approve of these changes ,and more and more men are spending time in the kitchen along with their wives!

    41. A. groups               B. partners       C. members    D. friends

    42. A. worked          B .fought           C. competed    D. traveled

    43. A. simple            B. opposite         C. last             D. same

    44. A. farming         B. business        C. interest       D. housework

    45. A . appearances  B. skills            C. roles           D. careers

    46. A. helped           B. persuaded      C .advised       D. allowed

    47. A. However        B. Again             C. Besides       D. Therefore

    48. A. Progress        B. information     C. cooking       D. showing

    49. A. remaining     B. failing             C. improving    D. happening

    50 . A. Healthy         B. Successful      C. Large          D. Rich

    51. A. hopeful       B. independent   C. confident     D. polite

    52. A. sorry             B. free               C. proud          D. suitable

    53. A. worry            B. imagine          C. answer       D. declare

    54. A. luck               B. love               C. respect       D. approval

    55. A. position               B. duty              C. dream         D. behavior

    56. A. married         B. educated             C. defeated      D. prepared

    57. A. say                B. occur             C. change       D. matter

    58. A. problem         B. attitude          C. symptom     D. reaqlity

    59. A. us                 B. it                   C. them           D. which

    60 . A. wonder       B. talk                C. understand  D. report

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-05-15
    来源: 山西省大同市第一中学2016-2017学年高二3月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Back in business school, macho(自以为是的) kids like me studied finance. In the competition of life, money    21   winning, so those who managed the money would become the   22   . Didn't matter that I was a woman - I was as         23     as any guy you'd ever met.

    It's taken me a lot of years, a lot of living, to   24   that my view of the world was upside down. The reality is: finance is for wimps(呆子). Finance is the easy part. However, It's much    25   to deal with people. The winners in society are the people who understand how to    26   other people.

    In my 20s, I worked really hard. I  27  name-brand schools and piled on the degrees. I was   28  on my climb to the top as a successful real-estate developer. I worked full-time as I was studying, because I was    29   .

    Then when I was 31, I got to the top in a way that I   30   imagined possible. I was   31   Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles. In that     32  , I collaborated with leaders from all sectors of society.

    When our four-year term came to a    33  , I moved to another world of power and money, as a headhunter for CEOs and other   34   talent for the world's biggest companies.

    As a result of all these   35  , I've had the chance to meet, befriend, and work with leaders from all sectors in countries throughout the world.

    And here's what I've learned: the leaders are not the   36   IQ people in any organization. They didn't get the highest grades, they didn't   37   the highest exam scores. They got to the top   38   they have the ability to attract the best people to work for them. And at the root of that power of attraction is empathy(同感能力). Empathy is the ability to truly connect with other human beings. It's life's hardest but most    39   skill. And it's the skill   40  for leadership in a changing world.

    21. A. ignored                 B. equaled           C. combined               D. caused

    22. A. directors               B. heroes                    C. winners                   D. losers

    23. A. optimistic                     B. naughty           C. competitive                    D. practical

    24. A. realize                   B. deny                C. complain                 D. debate

    25. A. happier                 B. simpler             C. easier                            D. harder

    26. A. care about                   B. relate to          C. depend on                    D. talk with

    27. A. attended               B. avoided           C. left                          D. escaped

    28. A. praised                 B. assisted           C. criticized                 D. focused

    29. A. in a hurry                     B. in vain                     C. in surprise                     D. in the end

    30. A. ever                      B. often                C. never                      D. once

    31. A. appointed                    B. treated                    C. awarded                 D. charged

    32. A. culture                  B. game               C. space                            D. role

    33. A. start                      B. fame                C. close                      D. trend

    34. A. different                B. top                   C. common                 D. busy

    35. A. experiences          B. performances  C. accidents                D. experiment

    36. A. busiest                  B. lowest                     C. dullest                           D. highest

    37. A. accept                  B. expect                     C. score                      D. share

    38. A. until                      B. because          C. so                          D. before

    39. A. complete               B. funny               C. boring                            D. important

    40. A. required                B. remembered    C. regarded                D. reached

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类