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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-03-24
    来源: 四川省某重点高中2015-2016学年高一下学期期末英语试卷 Word版含解析.doc

    Every dayI drive home along Colorado Blvda wide street with four lanes on each side of the median (中央分隔带护栏).I always notice a homeless man standing on the corner of Colorado Blvd,(16      for spare change with a sign in his hand

    Last Mondaywhen I was 17       himhe suddenly threw down his sign and rushed into the middle of the streetAt this time I 18     a car moving across the 3lanes of traffic and heading for the medianThe19      man ran to the side of the car and attempted to push the car back in the right 20    He also knocked on the window of the vehiclebut all 21      Immediatelyhe ran across the small median into four lanes of oncoming traffic,(22     madly for the cars to stopThankfullyall speeding cars 23    to stop just in time to24    hitting himThe car which was out of25    came moving across the median and the four lanes of trafficwhere just seconds ago cars had been traveling with 26    speeds

    The homeless man jumped back in front of the 27    to attempt slowing it down againBy this timewe were able to 28     and help the man stop the car 29        it ran into a supermarket on the other side of the roadAs it 30      outthe woman driver had a heart attack while driving and became 31      in the front seat

    The homeless man is indeed a heroHe spends every day getting 32     by people who are trying not to make33    contact with him so that they don't feel bad not giving him moneyYet he didn't even hesitate to risk his life to save this lady and other drivers who would have34              into herHe didn't think of his safetynor did he expect anything in returnHeroes do exist in the most 35     places

    16Awaiting

    Bbegging

    Cstanding

    Danswering

    17Agreeting

    Bleaving

    Cattacking

    Dapproaching

    18Aheard

    Bsaw

    Csensed

    Dsmelled

    19Awealthy

    Bpoor

    Chandsome

    Dcruel

    20Adirection

    Bcondition

    Ccommunicatio

    Dsituation

    21Ain place

    Bin particular

    Cin vain

    Din common

    22Asmiling

    Bdancing

    Cacting

    Dsigning

    23Amanaged

    Bpretended

    Cintended

    Ddecided

    24Adelay

    Badmit

    Cavoid

    Drisk

    25Asight

    Bdanger

    Cdate

    Dcontrol

    26Aslow

    Btop

    Cstrange

    Dnormal

    27Adriver

    Bbeggar

    Ccar

    Dbike

    28Apull over

    Bpull out

    Cpull down

    Dpull through

    29Asince

    Buntil

    Cunless

    Dbefore

    30Atakes

    Bpicks

    Cturns

    Dpoints

    31Auneasy

    Bunconscious

    Cunnecessary

    Dunfortunate

    32Aunnoticed

    Badmired

    Cchanged

    Dpunished

    33Abody

    Bface

    Ceye

    Dhand

    34Alooked

    Bbroken

    Cchecked

    Dcrashed

    35Aunsafe

    Bunlikely

    Cunfair

    Dunwilling

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-03-24
    来源: 黑龙江省哈尔滨三十二中2015-2016学年高一下学期期末英语试卷 Word版含解析.doc

    Most people in school liked GloriaSo when she got sicksome boys 11     to visit herBut none of them wanted to12       any money on a gift to bring along

    Then Willie said"We can 13         some flowers from a14        

    Gloria will not know15          they come fromand the dead man will not 16       them

    Everybody was afraid,(17     WillieSo he went alone and18     some beautiful flowersThen they went to Gloria's 19    and the boys acted as if the flowers were from all of thembut 20     did not mind..

    After their visitWillie 21       the other boys"It's a good thing that I was not afraidGloria 22      the flowers"

    The other boys laughedGloria would not have liked the 23       if she had known they had come from a grave (墓地).

    That nightWillie was reading a book 24     his mother came into his room"Williedid you and other boys buy some flowers today25     Gloria"she asked"There's a man 26      asking for you"she added"He says that you didn't 27       the flowers"

    "What does he look 28     "Willie asked

    "That's hard to say"Willie's mother answered"He is all29     with mud"

    "Willieall of a suddenturned30    

    11Athought

    Basked

    Cplanned

    Dtook

    12Akeep

    Bcost

    Ctake

    Dspend

    13Asteal

    Bpick up

    Cbuy

    Dplant

    14Ashop

    Bstore

    Cstreet

    Dgrave

    15Ahow

    Bwhere

    Cwhen

    Dwhy

    16Amiss

    Blose

    Chate

    Dlove

    17Abeside

    Bbesides

    Cincluding

    Dexcept

    18Asaw

    Bthought

    Clooked for

    Dfound

    19Ahouse

    Bhospital

    Cschool

    Dlibrary

    20 AGloria

    Bsome

    CWillie

    Dnobody

    21Atold

    Basked

    Csaid to

    Dexplained

    22Arefused

    Bliked

    Chated

    Dmissed

    23Aboys

    Bflowers

    Csecret

    Dnews

    24Aas

    Bwhen

    Cwhile

    Dsuddenly

    25Ato

    Bfor

    C on

    Dwith

    26Ainside

    Boutside

    Cstill

    Dalso

    27Aask for

    Bwater

    Clike

    Dpay for

    28Aas

    Babout

    Clike

    Dfor

    29Apainted

    Bdressed

    Cwrapped

    Dcovered

    30Asad

    Bred

    Cpale

    Dglad

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-03-23
    来源: 河北省衡水中学2017届高三上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    In the week before Christmas, one Delta airlines pilot gave a sad Arizona family a gift that no one else could.

    Father of three, Jay short died after a ___41_with lung cancer Dec, 16th. Three days later, his family was attempting to _42___to Tennessee for the funeral scheduled for the next morning. But a 90-munite _43__at the Phoenix airport __44__them only seven minutes to make their connecting flight in Minnesota. “This was our __45__chance to say goodbye to my dad, and if we hadn’t __46___the flight, we would have missed the ____47__.” Jay’s daughter said. But when they arrived at the gate, the last plane of the day to Memphis was __48__away from the gate.

    “My son was ___49___his arms and pleading with the pilot through the floor-to ceiling windows.” said Marcia, “I was ___50__ and comforting my girls who were also in tears when the phone rang, ___51___us that the pilot was returning to the gate to let us ___52__the plane.” Captain Adam Cohen saw the _53____on their faces through the gate’s windows and decided to turn the plane around. Airline experts pointed out Cohen could have __54___gotten into trouble for the ___55__decision, but Delta ___56_the move instead. “This is __57____we’ll take with us, knowing we made a ____58____.” confirmed Adam.

     This story is an __59___that we can bring humanity back to society. Show care and it may ___60___you how far that you go.

    41.A. competition       B. symptom          C. connection          D. battle

    42. A ride          B run              C fly                   D. drive

    43.A. wait          B. delay                C. interval                 D. sleep

    44.A. spared            B. offered          C. brought              D. left

    45.A. last          B. slight               C. rare                     D. proper

    46.A. followed      B. caught           C. booked              D. confirmed

    47.A. doctor            B. meeting          C. polite                   D. funeral

    48. A. keeping      B. bringing             C. pulling              D. taking

    49.A. raising           B. waving           C folding               D. crossing

    50.A. struggling        B. shouting             C. crying               D. praying

    51.A. advising      B. informing            C. warning              D. instructing

    52.A. land          B. guide                C. change               D. board

    53.A. appreciation      B. satisfaction         C. desperation          D. caution

    54.A. easily            B. merely           C. optionally               D. deliberately

    55. A. careless         B. unusual          C. selfless                 D. unwise

    56.A. resisted      B. opposed              C. praised              D. sponsored

    57.A. nothing       B. something           C. anything                 D. everything

    58.A. difference        B. change           C. promise              D. deal

    59.A. activity          B. event                C. incident                 D. evidence

    60. A. surprise         B. panic            C. disappoint              D. Embarrass

    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:2017-03-21
    来源: 甘肃省天水市第一中学2017届高三上学期第二阶段考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

     A controversial call was given towards the end of the baseball game. At full speed Paul Harvey slid home(本垒)and, thinking he had just ___21___ a game-changing run, he stood up only to face the words, “You’re ___22___!”Angry, he threw off his helmet and ran over to explain to the ___23___ why the call was wrong. Before his ___24___ really got out of control, someone pulled him away, and he walked to the bench---___25___.

    Long after the coaches, players, and fans had gone home, he realized the impact of his ___26___. Like most of us do when we are faced with the __27___ of our actions, he could have just let it go, reasoning, “Everybody ___28___ it.”

    However, in the silence of his heart, he knew that just ___29___ everyone else does it, that doesn’t make it all right. And so, long after his friends had gone home, he ___30___ that coach back up to the school—not to ___31___ his car. No, the boy tracked this man down so he could tell him face to face, “I’m sorry, Sir. It was all my___32___.” It takes true courage to stand up to face the ___33__ we all make and say, “I was wrong. I’m sorry.” What makes this ___34___ unique is that it wasn’t meant for the world to ___35___, it was meant simply as a way to stay ___36___ to his own heart.

       The truth is at one time or another we have all been this boy --- ___37___ out in anger, saying hurtful things, and feeling ___38___ for doing so. But the real test comes later when we are ___39__ with the choice to say “sorry” or to walk away thinking, “Ah, they’ll get over it.”

       Maybe the “they” is a customer, a friend, or a child. Whoever it is, don’t pass up the opportunity to get right with your own heart. The time for apology is now! Courage is a ___40___ of the heart.

    21. A.broken  

    22. A. down         

    23.A. judge       

    24.A. temper       

    25.A. peaceful     

    26A. explanation 

    27.A. satisfaction 

    28.A. does         

    29. A. until       

    30A. accompanied

    31.A. repair     

    32.A. fault     

    33.A. promise    

    34.A. situation 

    35. A. praise     

    36.A. true       

    37.A. setting   

    38.A. regretful 

    39.A. offered   

    40.A. matter      

    B. scored    

    B. in        

    B. fan        

    B. strength  

    B. pale      

    B. argument  

    B. guilt      

    B. hates      

    B. because    

    B. sent      

    B. clean      

    B. rudeness  

    B. impoliteness

    B. excuse     

    B. remember  

    B. still      

    B. acting    

    B. brave      

    B. awarded    

    B. description  

    C. hit       

    C. off        

    C. coach      

    C. mood        

    C. hopeful    

    C. performance

    C. embarrassment

    C. likes      

    C. when        

    C. brought    

    C. destroy    

    C. mistake    

    C. effort      

    C. announcement

    C. hear        

    C. calm        

    C. looking    

    C. nervous    

    C. presented  

    C. bottom      

    D. completed     

    D. out           

    D. player        

    D. spirit        

    D. disappointed  

    D. behavior      

    D. pride         

    D. receives      

    D. if            

    D. tracked       

    D. drive         

    D. carelessness  

    D. attempt       

    D. apology       

    D. see           

    D. sensitive     

    D. holding       

    D. right         

    D. charged       

    D. expression    

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-03-21
    来源: 甘肃省兰州市第一中学2017届高三上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    The archctype(典范)of the Hollywood leading man is taller and handsome. But that norm(标准)hasn’t prevented 21-year-old Josh Hutcherson from   21  his ambition to become a Hollywood heartthrob(万人迷).

    Hutcherson stands only 1.65 meters tall. On April 13, Hutcherson  22  the best Male Performance Award at the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angles for his portrayal (饰演) Peeta Mellark in The Hunger Games :Catching Fire.

    “This is so wonderful. I know everybody said it, but I grew up watching these awards. How I wish I could win the awards and now I’ m hereand it’s like the  23  thing in the world"said Hutcherson during his acceptance  24  .

    Hutcherson dreamed of becoming a movie star from the age of 4. At that time, he expressed  his __25  in acting  26  he was teased by other kids at school.

    “I didn’t understand, because I just loved doing it and I didn’t know what was wrong with it. It was  27  to me,” he recalled to Movies Online.

    28  , Hutcherson finally persuaded his parents to  29  him.

    At 12, Hutcherson got his first lead  30  in a movie, Little Manhattan, which earned the young actor  31  . “Mr. Hutcherson emerges (暂露头角)as a child actor worth watching” The New York Times commented then.

    In the years that followed, his passion for acting  32 . After he played his breakthrough leading role in Bridge to Terabithia, he became a(n)  33  , brave boy, he told MoviesOnline.

    Hutcherson was a huge  34  of Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games trilogy(三部曲),so he was excited to hear that film  35  of the books were on the  36  . He had once read all the three books in only five days.

    Hutcherson  37  getting the part in The Hunger Games. He said he was able to attract  38  as Peeta because he connected so  39  to the character.

    “Peeta is all about staying  40  yourself. He goes into the Games and does everything he can to maintain what he believes in,” Hutcherson told Parade magazine.

    21. A. discovering      B. treating       C. achieving       D. reducing       

    22. A. won           B. instructed        C. passed         D. spared         

    23. A. kindest          B. coolest          C. hardest          D. simplest       

    24. A. training         B. journey        C. speech         D. schedule

    25. A. respect          B. sympathy       C. interest            D. pity           

    26. A. since           B. if                  C. until          D. but

    27. A. similar          B. important          C. complex          D. hurtful   

    28. A. Confused     B. Determined      C. Astonished        D. Embarrassed

    29. A. reward           B. defend             C. affect         D. support

    30. A. role         B. pace           C. mark           D. level

    31. A. freedom          B. praise           C. power            D. competition

    32. A. grew           B. combined         C. bothered            D. benefited

    33. A. energetic        B. strict             C. confident         D. intelligent      

    34. A. talent           B. fan            C. character         D. director

    35. A. expenses     B. manners        C. industries     D. adaptations

    36. A. spot           B. way              C. guard          D. rise

    37. A. attached to      B. called for         C. ended up         D. put off           

    38. A. reporters        B. children       C. judges          D. audience           

    39. A. variously        B. toughly        C. strongly           D. regularly

    40. A. independent of   B. careful of         C. patient with        D. true to       

    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:2017-03-20
    来源: 安徽省安徽师范大学附属中学2017届高三上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含解析.doc

    In a world where comparisons happen non-stop, it is difficult to look outside yourself and to ever be    41   with who you are. There's always someone who's a bit    42   . The only solution is to reach   43    and measure against what Warren Buffett calls your own inner yardstick. There is no more  44    measure for comparison than who you were yesterday, last week or last decade, when you were at your     45   .

      Nothing useful ever comes from comparison to others.   46   you see yourself as better than someone and you get   47  , or you see someone else as better than you and you feel like all your hard work is for   48   . It is a fool's game. Not one of us is   49   alike. The only direct and honest comparison is   50   yourself. Everything else is apples to oranges.

      My opinion is that you are only   51   to compare yourself to someone else if their life   52   is the same as your own. Good luck finding that match. And one thing is for sure. No matter how hard you work and how   53   you are, there will always be someone who can run a little faster, jump a little higher, score a little better or look a little nicer in a swimsuit. And if there's not, you can   54   someone is coming up fast behind you. So how can you always win in life? Become your best   55  .

       Having an image of your most recent past limits is the perfect thing to   56   you to the next level. If you ran 7 flights of stairs yesterday, then do 8 today. Who   57   if the guy next to you did 15? It doesn't make a bit of   58  . You are a more fit person today than you were yesterday. Your own   59   is all you need.

      If you   60   to a slightly higher standard of yourself every day, you will always be at the top of your game.

    41. A. patient          B. strict               C. content      D. concerned

    42. A. stronger         B. wiser                C. lazier           D. better

    43. A. out              B. up               C. inside           D. outside

    44. A. accurate         B. careful              C. useful           D. powerful    

    45. A. end          B. best             C. side        D. convenience

    46. A. Whether     B. If               C. Once             D. Either

    47. A. lazy         B. inspired         C. busy         D. satisfied   

    48. A. fun          B. nothing          C. sure         D. success

    49. A. really           B. fully                C. exactly      D. actually

    50. A. to               B. by               C. for          D. within

    51. A. allowed          B. suggested            C. instructed       D. directed

    52.  A. Position        B. situation            C. occasion     D. accommodation

    53. A. diligent         B. dedicated            C. optimistic       D. addicted

    54. A. declare          B. conclude         C. announce     D. bet 

    55. A. assistant        B. coach                C. competitor       D. teacher

    56. A. lead         B. push             C. expose           D. cause

    57. A. wonders      B. says             C. cares            D. asks

    58. A. difference       B. sense                C. change       D. effort  

    59. A. benefit          B. result               C. habit            D. progress

    60. A. commit       B. devote               C. tend         D. contribute【答案】

    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:2017-03-13
    来源: 重庆市合川大石中学2016-2017学年高二12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

      During the time of the Second World War, a woman from New York was one of the many who had a son in the army in __41__. The son __42__ home once a week. His mother was always __43__ to receive his letters, so when the letters __44__ stopped coming, she became worried. She soon __45__ from the Home Office that her son was __46__ by the Japanese. And he was now in__47__. A few weeks  later, the mother was __ 48__ happy to get a letter from her son. He wrote that he was in a Japanese prisoner of war camp, __49__ he was treated well and was in __50__ health. At the end of the letter, he __51__, “PS. Steam off the stamp and give it to my little brother for his __52__.” As the boy was her only son, the mother was __53__, but she still followed his son’s __54__ and did what his son told her to. There, under the stamp on the envelope __55__ a message, __56__, “help, we’re __57__ to death.”

    The truth is that in the prison there was a Japanese officer who examined the prisoners’ __58__ letters with the power to __59__ anything offensive to the Japanese administration(管理). That’s __60__ this boy used a smart way to send his mother a letter telling her what it was like inside the prison.

    41. A. America     B. Asia        C. Europe      D. Africa

    42. A. visited      B. stayed       C. wrote       D. called

    43. A. pleased     B. confused     C. upset        D. terrified

    44. A. quickly     B. suddenly     C. finally       D. quietly

    45. A. studied     B. received      C. learned      D. accepted

    46. A. sent        B. chosen       C. heard       D. caught

    47. A. prison      B. army         C. service      D. war

    48. A. strangely    B. extremely     C. surprisingly  D. increasingly

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

    50. A. poor        B. bad          C. fine        D. terrible

    51. A. wrote       B. added        C. explained    D. hoped

    52. A. fun         B. pleasure      C. interest      D. collection

    53. A. careful      B. concerned     C. curious      D. considerate

    54. A. instruction   B. information    C. attention     D. request

    55. A. had         B. fixed         C. wrote        D. was

    56. A. writing      B. written       C. reading       D. read

    57. A. trying       B. starving       C. beating      D. struggling

    58. A. secret       B. regular        C. private      D. ordinary

    59. A. remove      B. require        C. rewrite      D. re-organize

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

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-03-13
    来源: 重庆市第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期期中考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Nowadays, when something is no longer used, we get rid of it and purchase a new one. The  41  is that countries around the world have growing mountains of  42  because people are throwing out more rubbish than ever before.

    How did we  43  a throwaway society? First of all, it is now easier to 44  an object than to spend time and money repairing is  45  modern manufacturing(制造业)and technology, companies are able to produce products quickly and Inexpensively. Produce are plentiful and  46  .

    Another cause is our  47  of disposable(一次性的)products. As  48  people, we are always looking for  49  to save time and make our lives easier. Companies  50  thousands of different kinds of disposable products, paper plates, plastic cups, and cameras,to name a few.

    Our appetite for new products also  51  to the problem. We are  52  buying new things. Advertisements persuade us that  53  is better and that we will be happier with the latest products, The result is that we  54  useful possessions to make room for new ones.

    All around the world, we can see the 55  of this throwaway lifestyle. Mountains of subbish just keep getting bigger. To  56  the amount of rubbish and to protect the 57  .more governments are requiring people to recycle materials.  58  .this is not enough to solve(解决)our problem.

    Maybe there is another way out. We need to repair our possessions  59  throwing them away. We also need to rethink our attitudes about  60  .Repairing our possessions and changing our spending habits may be the best way to reduce the amount of rubbish and take care of our environment.

    41.A.key            B.reason            C.problem       D.project

    42.A.gifts          B.products          C.debt          D.rubbish

    43A.become          B.face          C.observe       D.change

    44.A.hide           B.replace           C.control      D.take

    45.A.Thanks to      B.As to         C.Except for   D.Regardless of

    46.A.safe           B.funny         C.cheap         D.powerful

    47.A.love           B.lack          C.prevention   D.division

    48.A.sensitive          B.kind          C.brave        D.busy

    49.A.ways           B.places        C.jobs         D.friends

    50.A.donate         B.receive       C.produce       D.contributes

    51.Adapts           B.returns      C.responds      D.contributes

    52.A.tired of           B.addicted to  C.worried about     D.ashamed for

    53.A.never          B.stronger     C.higher        D.larger

    54.A.pick up            B.pay for      C.hold onto    D.throw away

    55.A.advantages    B.purposes     C.functions    D.consequences

    56.A.show           B.record       C.reduce        D.measure

    57.A.technology         B.environment  C.consurmers    D.brands

    58.A.However            B.Otherwise    C.Thus          D.Meanwhile

    59.A.by                 B.in honor of       C.after             D.instead of

    60.A.spending           B.collecting        C.repairing    D.advertising

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 重庆市巴蜀中学2017届高三12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Teaching anyone to think of others before themselves is. I believe, a life-long effort. For me right now, it might mean not buying that extra shirt or a cup of coffee and  41 saving the money to help someone  42 . For my kids, it might mean sharing  43 , happily taking turns in the playground. I like to  44  thinking of others and finding a way to help them as “kindness”.

    On this particular day, instead of  45  a lot of money on a lunch out in the restaurant, we bought some  46  little toys to give to strangers. I asked the boys  47  they would like to give these toys to other children. At first they were disappointed because they wanted to  48 them. This wasn’t surprising---I knew that if my mom bought a whole lot of great shirts which I thought were for me, and then said she wanted to give them away, I might at first be a bit  49 , too. So we  50  them and my oldest child  51  we keep one and give the others away to make others happy. We  52  this was a good idea and then they started to get excited about the  53  of giving them away, asking me who they could give them to and how.

    We  54  some slips of paper, punched(开洞)a hole,  55 them to the little dolls, and then headed out for the local mall.

    The boys were very excited to be on their way to  56  the toys, and I admitted I was a bit  57 . What would the parents think as we gave their child a toy? Would they be  58 , or not like the gift? But I took some deep  59 and realized that if we are doing something out of love, we can only give with open  60  and accept whatever is to come.

    41Aextremely        Bthus         Cjust         Dinstead

    42Ain particular        Bin ruins    Cin need      Din return

    43Asecrets          Btoys         Cgifts            Ddecorations

    44Adeserve          Bdescribe    Cdiscuss      Dlearn

    45Aspending             Btaking       Cpaying       Dcosting

    46Agrateful             Bnaughty      Ccute         Dstraight

    47Awhy              Bif           Chow          Dthat

    48Aadopt            Bsettle           Cpurchase    Dkeep

    49Adisappointed         Bdelighted        Cinspired    Dshocked

    50Adesigned             Bcounted      Cpersuaded        Dsuffered

    51Atold                 Basked            Cinformed    Dsuggested

    52Aconcerned        Bpreferred        Cdecided      Dagreed

    53Aadventure        Bexperience       Cprospect    Dagreement

    54Acut out          Bcut across       Ccut up       Dcut down

    55Atied                 Bmarked       Chung         Dpassed

    56Abring            Bdeliver      Creplace      Drescue

    57Anervous          Bdoubtful    Csorrowful        Dexcited

    58Aworried          Binterested       Coffended    Damused

    59Ameasures             Bturns            Csteps            Dbreaths

    60Ahugs             Bminds        Chearts       Dhands

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 浙江省金华市四校2016-2017学年高二11月调研(期中)考试英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Body language is the quiet, secret and most powerful language of all! It speaks   36  than words. According to specialists, our bodies send out more __37  than we realize. In fact, non-verbal communication(非目语交际)takes up about 50% of what we really   38  , And body language is particularly   39   when we attempt to communicate across cultures (文化). What is called body language is so  40  apart of us that it's actually often unnoticed. And misunderstandings occur as a result of it.   41  , different societies treat the   42__ between people differently. Northern Europeans usually do not like having   43   contact(接触)even with friends, certainly not with   44  . People from Latin American countries   45__, touch each other quite a lot. Therefore, it's possible that in   46   , it may look like a Latino(拉丁美洲人)is   47   a Norwegian (挪威人)all over the room. The Latino, trying to express friendship, will keep moving     

    48  . The Norwegian, very probably seeing this as pushiness, will keep   49   - which the Latino will in return regard as   50  . Clearly, a great deal is going on when people   51__. And only a part of it is in the words themselves. And when parties are from   52  cultures,

    there's a strong possibility of   53  . But whatever the situation, the best   54  is to obey the Golden Rule: treat others as you would like to be  55  .

    36. A. straighter       B. louder           C. harder       D. further

    37. A. sands            B. invitations      C. feelings     D. messages

    38. A. hope             B. receive      C. discover         D. mean

    39. A. immediate        B. misleading   C. important        D. difficult

    40. A. well             B. far          C. much             D. long

    41. A. For example B. Thus         C. However      D. In short

    42. A. trade            B. distance         C. connections      D. greetings

    43. A. eye          B. verbal       C. bodily       D. telephone

    44. A. strangers        B. Relatives        C. neighbours   D. Enemies

    45. A. in other words   B. on the other hand C. in a similar way D. by all means

    46. A. trouble          B. conversation C. silence      D. experiment

    47. A. disturbing       B. helping      C. guiding      D. following

    48. A. closer          B. faster           C. in           D. away

    49. A. stepping forward B. going on         C. backing away     D. coming out

    50. A. weakness         B. carelessness     C. friendliness     D. coldness

    51. A. talk             B. travel           C. laugh            D. think

    52. A. different        B. European         C. Latino       D. rich

    53. A. curiosity        B. excitement   C. misunderstanding D. nervousness

    54. A. chance           B. time             C. result           D. advice

    55. A. noticed      B. treated      C. respected        D. pleased

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 上海市浦东新区2017届高三12月教学质量检测(一模)英语试卷 Word版含答案.doc

    Everybody loves to hate invasive species. The international list of invasive species—defined as those that were introduced by humans to new places, and then __41__ — runs to over 4,000. In Australia and New Zealand hot war is fought against introduced creatures like cane toads (蔗蟾蜍) and rats.

    Some things that are uncontroversial (无争议的) are nonetheless foolish. With a few important exceptions, campaigns to __42__ invasive species are merely a waste of money and effort — for reasons that are partly practical and partly philosophical.

    Start with the practical arguments. Most invasive species are neither terribly successful nor very__43__. Britons think themselves surrounded by foreign plants. __44__, Britain’s invasive plants are not widespread, not spreading especially quickly, and often less of a(n) __45__ than vigorous native plants. The arrival of new species almost always __46__ biological diversity (多样性) in a region; in many cases, a flood of newcomers drives no native species to extinction. One reason is that invaders tend to colonise __47__ habitats like polluted lakes and post-industrial wasteland, where little else lives. They are nature’s opportunists.

    The philosophical reason for starting war on the invaders is also __48__. Elimination campaigns tend to be __49__ by the belief that it is possible to restore balance to nature — to return woods and lakes to the state before human __50__. That is misguided. Nature is an everlasting mess, with species constantly emerging, withdrawing and hybridizing (杂交). Humans have only quickened these processes. Going back to ancient habitats is becoming __51__ in any case, because of man-made climate change. Taking on the invaders is a(n) __52__ gesture, not a means to an achievable end.

    A reasonable attitude to invaders need not imply passivity. A few foreign species are truly __53__ and should be fought: the Nile perch – a fish, has helped drive many species of fish to extinction in Lake Victoria. It makes sense to __54__ pathogens (病菌), especially those that destroy whole native tree species, and to stop known agricultural pests from gaining a foothold. Fencing off wildlife reserves to create open-air ecological museums is fine, too. And it is a good idea for European gardeners to destroy Japanese plants, just as they give no apace to native harmful grasses like bindweed and ground elder. You can garden in a garden. You cannot garden __55__. That is universally accepted.

    41. A. multiplied         B. shrunk                        C. disappeared                D. harvested

    42. A. conserve             B. eliminate               C. investigate                  D. prioritize

    43. A. healthy             B. intentional             C. harmful                   D. profitable

    44. A. As a result           B. For example          C. By contrast                D. In fact

    45. A. attraction            B. dominance            C. annoyance                  D. substitute

    46. A. increases             B. destroys               C. reveals                    D. targets

    47. A. oppressed           B. disturbed              C. cultivated                   D. preserved

    48. A. acceptable        B. needless            C. mistaken              D. convincing

    49. A. fuel(l)ed              B. organized              C. interrupted                 D. greeted

    50. A. civilization           B. interference              C. interaction                  D. maintenance

    51. A. tolerable              B. impossible            C. beneficial                D. critical

    52. A. reluctant             B. disorderly             C. invalid                     D. unbalanced

    53. A. damaging            B. flexible              C. doubtful                     D. outstanding

    54. A. pick up               B. take in               C. keep out                     D. turn down

    55. A. agriculture           B. vegetation          C. atmosphere                D. nature

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 山西省大同市第一中学2016-2017学年高一12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

         In our modem world, when something wears out, we throw it away and buy a new one. The  21  is that countries around the world have growing mountains of  22  because people are throwing out more rubbish than ever before.

    How did we  23 a throwaway society? First of all, it is now easier to   24  an object to spend time and money to repair it  25  modem manufacturing (制造业)and technology, companies are able to produce products quickly and inexpensively. Products are plentiful and   26 .

    Another cause is out  27  of disposable (一次性的)products. As  28  people, we are always looking for  29  to save time and make our lives easier. Companies  30  thousands of different kinds of disposable products paper plates, plastic cups, and cameras, to name a few.

    Our appetite for new products also  31  to the problem. We are  32  buying new things. Advertisements persuade us that  33  is better and that we will be happier with the latest products. The result is that we   34  useful possessions to make room for new ones.

    All around the world, we can see the  33  of this throwaway lifestyle. Mountains of rubbish just keep getting bigger. To  36  the amount of rubbish and to protect the  37 , more governments are requiring people to recycle materials.  38 , this is not enough to solve (解决)our problem.

    Maybe there is another way out. We need to repair our possessions   39  throwing them away. We also need to rethink out attitudes about  40 . Repairing our possessions and changing our spending habits may be the best way to reduce the amount of rubbish and take care of our environment.

    21Akey              Breason          Cproject          Dproblem

    22Agifts            Brubbish         Cdebt             Dproducts

    23Aface                 Bbecome          Cobserve          Dchange

    24Ahide                 Bcontrol         Creplace          Dwithdraw

    25AThanks to            BAs to           CExcept for           DRegardless of

    26Asafe                 Bfunny           Ccheap                Dpowerful

    27Alove            Black            Cprevention           Ddivision

    28Asensitive            Bkind            Cbrave                Dbusy

    29Aways            Bplaces          Cjobs             Dfriends

    30Adonate           Breceive         Cproduce          Dpreserve

    31Aadapts           Breturns         Cresponds         Dcontributes

    32Atired of             Baddicted to      Cworried about   Dashamed for

    33Anewer            Bstronger        Chigher           Dlarger

    34Apick up          Bpay for         Chold onto            Dthrow away

    35Aadvantages           Bpurposes        Cfunctions            Dconsequences

    36Ashow             Brecord          Cdecrease         Dmeasure

    37Atechnology       Benvironment      Cconsumers            Dbrands

    38AHowever          BOtherwise           CTherefore            DMeanwhile

    39Aby               Bin favor of         Cafter                Dinstead of

    40Aspending             Bcollecting          Crepairing            Dadvertising

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 江苏省泰州市第二中学2015-2016学年高一上学期第二次限时作业英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    There are two books I like to read with my students that I would recommend that all teachers and parents use with their children. Both books have    46    and, in my opinion, a similar message. They are   47    for ages seven to thirteen, though as a(n)   48  , I love them, too. The first one is The Hundred Dresses, by Eleanor Estes, which is about a poor girl who moves to a new   49   and tells the other students that even though she wears rags, she has one hundred  50     dresses in her closet. The students know she is   51   , and they pick on her and call her names often. In the  52   , the girl moves away, and the children in the class find out that she did have one hundred beautiful dressesbut they were just   53   the girl had done of the dresses she envisioned (想象) in her   54   . I love discussing this book with kids because it covers many levels:   55   children who are different, explaining why someone might be   56  , the emotions of a student, not making quick judgments about others. It deals with several   57    and really helps students see the point of view of others.

    Another book that   58    with compassion (同情) is The Hundred Penny Box by Sharon Bell Mathis. It is about an elderly lady who   59   one hundred pennies in a box, one penny for each   60   of her life. Throughout the book she tells her grandson, Michael, the meaning of each penny and stories that go   61   with it. Anyone who has an elderly grandmother can understand this story,   62   it is also good for kids who don’t have a close   63    with an elderly person. It helps to show them that even though someone might be old, he or she   64   

    lived with energy and spirit, just like a kid. It also shows them that each elderly person has a wealth of experiences, heartache, love, wisdom, and memories, and that out of admiration for the long   65   the person has led, each elderly person should be cherished and respected.

    46. A. pages                B. titles               C. writers              D. pictures

    47. A. popular              B. famous           C. appropriate          D. extraordinary

    48. A. adult                B. student          C. grandmother      D. girl

    49. A. town             B. city             C. school               D. village

    50. A. beautiful            B. expensive            C. long             D. old

    51. A. joking               B. worrying         C. informing            D. lying

    52. A. way              B. end              C. time             D. moment

    53. A. drawings         B. clothing         C. pieces               D. sculptures

    54. A. book             B. composition      C. mind             D. novel

    55. A. disagreeing          B. refusing         C. agreeing         D. accepting

    56. A. dishonest            B. honest               C. enthusiastic         D. optimistic

    57. A. branches         B. topics               C. systems          D. warnings

    58. A. goes             B. plays               C. exists              D. deals

    59. A. sells                B. donates          C. keeps                D. makes

    60. A. day                  B. week             C. month                D. year

    61. A. for                  B. along                C. away             D. off

    62. A. though               B. so                   C. because          D. but

    63. A. relationship         B. friend               C. watch                D. eye

    64. A. actually             B. once             C. forever              D. indeed

    65. A. story                B. way              C. life             D. tale

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 江苏省如皋市2017届高三上学期教学质量调研(三)英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Any idea from experts on TV usually affects me much.One day,a sociologist proposed that the consumer society has been  36  modern humans little by title. For fear that I would become a(n)  37  of the consumer society, I   38  hurried to a bicycle shop in my neighborhood.As the shopkeeper, Mr. Johnson was selling me the  39  , he said, This is the best thing you could have done. Life has become hopelessly   40 . A bicycle is simple, and it brings to you   41  things: fresh air, sunshine and exercise. I agreed. 42   as a child, I got on the bicycle and headed out onto the streets. After some time, I   43  at the other end of the town. I was this that this simple vehicle could let me   44  long distances in a fairly short time. But how   45  did I really go?
       Since I hated to be   46 , I went back to Mr. Johnson and asked him to   47  an odometer (
    里程表) on my bicycle. He agreed, but   48 , An odometer without a speedometer (速度计) is like a  49  without a knife. I admitted he was right and in a few minutes, the two devices were   50 to the handlebars of my bicycle. What about a horn? he then asked. Look, this horn is no larger than a matchbox and has many functions   51 . by these functions, I bought the horn.
        
    You cant leave the back part   52 , noted Mr. Johnson. He fixed a metal box with buttons   53 the seat, and said, Is there anything better than this oven when you feel   54  on your way? I can give you a special discount. I was not strong enough to   55  the offer.
      
    I congratulate you once more; this is the best thing you could have done, said Mr. Johnson in the end.

    36.A.damaging           B.destroying       C.scaring           D.consuming

    37.A.steward                B.part              C.victim            D.abuser

    38.A,immediately            B.eventually       C.reluctantly           D.gradually

    39.A.knife                  B.bicycle          C.speedometer       D.TV set

    40.A.conscientious          B.stressful        C.complicated           D.tough

    41.A.unique             B.mysterious       C.complex           D.natural

    42.A.Happy              B.Naughty           C.Conventional          D.Offensive

    43.A.took up            B.set up           C.ended up          D.came up

    44.A.march              B.keep             C.measure           D.cover

    45.A.long               B.far              C.often             D.soon

    46.A.inaccurate             B.impractical           C.unprepared        D.unconscious

    47. A.fix                   B.check             C.repair                D.lay

    48.A.swore              B.added             C.replied           D.concluded

    49.A.spoon              B.fork             C.handle            D.cutter

    50.A.distributed        Bloaded           C.applied           D.attached

    51.A.convinced          Battracted        C.clarified         D.attacked

    52.A.bare               Bblank            C.loose             D.alone

    53.Abeside            Bbefore           Cbelow            Dbehind

    54.Asick              Bhot              Chungry           Dthirsty

    55.Aconsider          Bwithdraw         Cmake             Dresist

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 广西钦州市钦州港区2017届高三12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Accomplishment is often deceptive (导致误解的) because we don’t see the pain and perseverance that produced it. So we may credit the  __36__ with brains or lucky break, and let ourselves off the hook(为自己开脱) because we 37 in both two. Not that we could all be concert pianists just by exercising enough discipline. ___38___, each of us has the makings of success in some effort, but we will achieve this only if we ___39___ our wills and work at it.

    How can we acquire stick-to-itiveness? There is no simple, fast ___40___. But I have developed a way of thinking that has 41 my own weak will more than once. Here are the basic elements:

    “Won’t” power. This is as important as will power. Discipline means choices. Every time you say yes to a goal or objective, you say no to many more. Every prize has its ___42___. The prize is the yes; the price is the no. Igor Gorin, the noted Ukrainian-American baritone(男中音), told of his early days studying ___43___. He loved to smoke a pipe, but one day his professor said, “Igor, you will have to made up your mind ___44___ you are going to be a great singer, or a great pipe smoker. You cannot be both.” ___45___, the pipe went.

    Delayed gratification (喜悦). M. Scott Peck, M.D., author of the best-seller The Road less Traveled, ___46___ this tool of discipline as “a process of ___47___ the pain and pleasure of life in such a way as to enhance the ___48___ by meeting and experiencing the pain first and ___49___ it over with.”

    This might ___50___ routine daily decisions—something as ___51___ as skipping a favorite late-night TV show and getting to bed early, to be wide awake for a meeting the next morning. Or it might involve longer-term ___52___

    The secret of such commitment is getting past the pain and seeing the delight. “The fact is that many ___53___ efforts aren’t fun,” says one radio and TV commentator. “True, all work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy. But trying to turn everything we do into ___54___ makes for terrible frustrations, because life—even the most rewarding one—includes circumstances that aren’t  ___55___ at all. I like my job as a journalist. It’s personally satisfying, but it isn’t always joyful.”

      36. A. producer           B. applicant            C. achiever         D. performer

      37. A. fall short             B. come over        C. leave behind         D. work out  

      38. A. Meanwhile      B. Still                C. Rather           D. Besides

      39. A. restrict           B. delay            C. apply            D. prefer

      40. A. dimension          B. formula          C. dilemma          D. foundation 

      41. A. damaged            B. allowed          C. suffered             D. rescued  

      42. A. root               B. result               C. price                D. goal

    43. A. sound          B. voice            C. noise                D. whistle 

    44. A. that               B. if               C. whether              D. how 

    45. A. Instead            B. Moreover         C. However              D. Therefore

    46. A. forms          B. manages              C. shapes           D. describes

    47. A. determining        B. scheduling      C. mixing           D. substitutes

    48. A. commitment         B. tool                 C. mind                 D. pleasure

    49. A. look               B. think            C. take                 D. get

    50. A. make           B. involve              C. attach           D. undergo

    51. A. reasonable         B. delightful      C. simple           D. strange

    52. A. resolutions        B. debates              C. contrasts            D. routines

    53. A. visible            B. experimental         C. worthwhile      D. challenging

    54. A. work           B. play                 C. hobbies              D. efforts

    55. A. unique             B. smooth           C. easy                 D. fun

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类
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    来源: 福建省漳州龙海市港尾中学2016-2017学年高一12月月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

         This autumn was the wettest since records began in the UK. Floods   16   large parts of the country. In Australia floods have covered an area the   17   of the whole of Britain. How does it happenCars, factories and power stations   18   carbon dioxide (CO2) into the air. This gas   19   the air and causes the polar ice to melt (融化). Sea level across the world   20  . What are we going to do about itIn 1990,   21   of all the big nations met in Japan and agreed to reduce the   22   of CO2 they put into the air. Ten years later, in November 2000, the leaders   23   again in Holland to discuss the situation and decide what to do next. Maybe the   24   is one of the ways.

        The village of Yaluman   25   in the mountains of Chia-pas, a province of southern Mexico. Its   26   are Mayan Indians. They are some of the poorest people in a poor country.   27   now they have an extra source of money. They are being   28   to grow, develop and look after  forests by the organization in   29   of Formula One racing (一级方程式比赛).

        Every year, the global Formula One racing pumps 5,500 tons of CO2 into the air. The idea is that the   30   around Yaluman will take in this amount. It will also   3 local people with money to wipe out motor racing’s   32   debt ().

        Projects like this go under the   33   of “Carbon trading”. The basic idea is that governments and companies can buy the   34   to pump CO2 into the air by investing (投资) in   35   materials that take it out again.

    16. A. covered      B. removed  C. replaced D. flowed

    17. A. width        B. height  C. length       D. size

    18. A. fill         B. pump     C. press        D. lose

    19. A. rushes away  B. gets up  C. cools down   D. heats up

    20. A. rises        B. raises   C. sinks        D. improves

    21. A. organizations    B. leaders  C. businessmen  D. companies

    22. A. temperature  B. number  C. amount        D. quality

    23. A. went         B. came    C. arrived       D. met

    24. A. next         B. last      C. following       D. above

    25. A. lies             B. locates          C. lays        D. falls

    26. A. languages        B. words            C. people       D. cultures

    27. A. But          B. And              C. So           D. Therefore

    28. A. paid         B. given            C. taken        D. spent

    29. A. need        B. favour           C. honour       D. charge

    30. A. mountains        B. forests          C. fields           D. tracks

    31. A. show         B. appreciate       C. provide     D. support

    32. A. direct       B. indirect          C. economical  D. environmental

    33. A. control          B. name             C. condition   D. help

    34. A. idea         B. method           C. right        D. debt

    35. A. green        B. white            C. light       D. heavy

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  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-02-17
    来源: 福建省建瓯市第二中学2016-2017学年高一上学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    Every one of us, rich or poor, should at least have one or two good friends. I learned that a true friend is the most important in my life after I had gone   41   so many terrible things. I felt upset when I was told that I would have to   42   the company. As I had a very big family to   43   and was in great need of money, what I was   44   about was how to find another new job. In order to   45   this problem, I rushed from place to place like crazy. I read almost all the newspapers and   46   almost all the telephone numbers in the newspaper   47   in my notebook and tried to call almost all the companies that needed new   48   . Not until I found a job in a small town near Townsville had I   49   down. My new boss, Mr Johnson, was one of my good friends since primary school. “Why didn’t you   50   me until now? Was it   51   to do that? Explain to me the reason, ”he said,    52   me a cup of hot coffee. Both of us were happy to see each other and we   53   the whole afternoon talking about things and persons that we   54   at school. John asked me to give him some advice about   55   to enlarge his present business and he was entirely happy about my   56   . To my great surprise, he offered me a   57   which didn’t need much experience because I was not   58   with this field but the pay I got was much more than   59   . The moment I saw my   60   , the sum of money given by the company, I cried for the first time—that was the first time for me to do so since I grew up.

    41. A. over              B. through          C. around           D. for

    42. A. leave               B. desert              C. choose                    D. operate

    43. A. care                B. protect             C. love                D. support

    44. A. particular        B. curious        C. concerned                     D. excited

    45. A. get               B. raise         C. explain                      D. solve

    46. A. wrote down    B. turned down   C. looked for            D. stood for

    47. A. books                 B. surveys       C. reports                   D. advertisements

    48. A. customers             B. bosses        C. clerks                        D. students

    49. A. broken            B. slowed       C. sunk                          D. calmed

    50. A. contact            B. trust         C. look                           D. find

    51. A. hopeless        B. harmful      C. worth                           D. important

    52. A. buying             B. sharing       C. handing                           D. showing

    53. A. spent               B. wasted           C. spared                       D. saved

    54. A. discussed             B. debated      C. remembered             D. imagined

    55. A. what                B. how                  C. which               D. when

    56. A. abilities           B. answers      C. interests                  D. suggestions

    57. A. job               B. chance      C. fortune                         D. service

    58. A. popular           B. familiar     C. patient                          D. content

    59. A. offered            B. required    C. expected                 D. needed

    60. A. tip                    B. share                     C. fare                         D. salary

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  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-02-16
    来源: 安徽省太和中学2016-2017学年高二上学期实验班竞赛英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    In the week before Christmas, one Delta airlines pilot gave a sad Arizona family a gift that no one else could.

    Father of three, Jay short died after a   41   with lung cancer Dec, 16th. Three days later, his family was attempting to   42    to Tennessee for the funeral scheduled for the next morning. But a 90-munite   43   at the Phoenix airport   44   them only seven minutes to make their connecting flight in Minnesota. “This was our   45   chance to say goodbye to my dad, and if we hadn’t   46   the flight, we would have missed the   47   .” Jay’s daughter said. But when they arrived at the gate, the last plane of the day to Memphis was   48   away from the gate.

    “My son was   49   his arms and pleading with the pilot through the floor-to-ceiling windows.” said Marcia, “I was   50   and comforting my girls who were also in tears when the phone rang,    51  us that the pilot was returning to the gate to let us   52   the plane.” Captain Adam Cohen saw the   53   on their faces through the gate’s windows and decided to turn the plane around. Airline experts pointed out Cohen could have   54   gotten into trouble for the   55   decision, but Delta   56   the move instead. “This is   57   we’ll take with us, knowing we made a   58   .” confirmed Adam.

     This story is an   59   that we can bring humanity back to society. Show care and it may    60  you how far that you go.

    41. A. competition      B. symptom          C. connection       D. battle

    42. A ride              B run              C fly               D. drive

    43. A. wait             B. delay            C. interval         D. sleep

    44. A. spared           B. offered          C. brought          D. left

    45. A. last             B. slight           C. rare             D. proper

    46. A. followed         B. caught           C. booked          D. confirmed

    47. A. doctor           B. meeting          C. polite           D. funeral

    48. A. keeping          B. bringing         C. pulling          D. taking

    49. A. raising          B. waving           C folding           D. crossing

    50. A. struggling       B. shouting         C. crying           D. praying

    51. A. advising         B. informing        C. warning          D. instructing

    52. A. land             B. guide            C. change           D. board

    53. A. appreciation     B. satisfaction     C. desperation      D. caution

    54. A. easily           B. merely           C. optionally       D. deliberately

    55. A. careless         B. unusual          C. selfless         D. unwise

    56. A. resisted         B. opposed          C. praised          D. sponsored

    57. A. nothing          B. something       C. anything         D. everything

    58. A. difference       B. change           C. promise          D. deal

    59. A. activity         B. event            C. incident         D. evidence

    60. A. surprise         B. panic            C. disappoint      D. embarrass

    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:2017-02-15
    来源: 安徽省六安市第一中学2016-2017学年高二上学期第二阶段检测英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

        Did you know that there is a fruit juice that you can cook with, wash. with and   41   things with? What is it? It's olive oil, of course, and it's fast becoming the most popular   42   in the world.

          43   people in Mediterranean countries such as Greece, Italy and Spain have been using olive oil for over 4,000 years, it has only recently become   44   in other parts of the world. In fact, people beyond the Mediterranean used to think of olive oil as a(n)  45   but expensive treat.   46  , recent studies linking an olive oil-rich   47   with low rates of heart disease have made the rest of the world sit up and   48  . As a result, more and more people have come to realize the many health and nutritional   49   of giving up other oils and using

    olive oil instead. As well as tasting delicious and being the   50   cooking oil available, olive oil has many other   51  . It is used.in many cosmetics(化妆品), hair conditioners and soaps. It also has a wide variety of lesser-known uses, such as fixing noisy doors and   52    polishing diamonds. It's a also a preservative (防腐剂), and will keep fish and cheese   53   for years.

        Perhaps more important, though, is olive oil's value as   54  . Not only can eating olive oil   55   the risk of serious diseases, such as cancer and heart disease, it can also have a   56   effect on many stomach disorders. On top of this, Mediterranean people have traditionally used it to   57   minor wounds and illnesses. This could explain why people in Mediterranean countries tend to   58   longer. So the next time you go shopping, don't  59  to add olive oil to your list. It will make your food   60   better and your life last longer! 

    41. A. mix              B. fill             C. cover        D. preserve

    42.A.fruit              B.oil           C.juice             D.plant

    43. A. Because          B. Although         C. When         D. Since

    44. A. popular          B. natural          C. nutritional      D. expensive

    45. A. native       B. common       C. familiar         D. unusual

    46. A. Besides          B. Otherwise    C. Therefore    D. However

    47. A. diet             B. soap         C. cheese       D. stomach

    48. A. stay hungry      B. keep calm    C. make faces       D. take notice

    49. A. problems         B. benefits         C. goals        D. challenges

    50. A. cheapest         B. latest       C. healthiest       D. earliest

    51.A. uses              B.ways              C. origins          D. sources

    52. A. still            B. once         C. even         D. again

    53. A. clean            B. fresh        C. safe             D. dry

    54. A. food             B. treasure         C. drink        D. medicine

    55. A. face             B. increase         C. lower        D. measure

    56. A. good             B. limited          C. slight       D. negative

    57. A. check            B. spread       C. develop          D. treat

    58. A. sleep            B. live             C. eat              D. walk

    59. A. choose       B. forget       C. agree        D. expect

    60. A. feel             B. look             C. taste            D. grow

    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:2017-02-15
    来源: 佛山一中2016-2017学年度上学期第二次段考高一级英语试题

    You’ve heard of Petfinder. Com a website that helps rescue groups find loving homes for 31  . Maybe you have even found your own pet through the   32  . But do you know Petfinder started as an idea that came on the way to a New Year’s dinner?

    Back in 1995 Google wasn’t a verb and Facebook and QQ didn’t   33  . The world wide web was more of a wild world. My husband Jared was a doctor and I worked for urban forestry. But we thought that anything was   34   on the web. It wasn’t used effectively.

    We wanted to create a   35  . The question was, who would    36   a lot from our website? That was what we were discussing in the car that night on the way to meet friends for   37  . We thought about many ideas. “The website would make use of technology for a   38   responsible cause,” Jared finally said.

    What cause needed our help?   39  , we both thought of animal shelters. Sure, we loved animals and I’d “  40  them when I was a kid — like the snake I found in the backyard and persuaded (说服) my parents to let me   41   it. But now my   42   was on planting trees and Jared put his heart into   43  the sick. We didn’t even have a   44  . Yet I knew every year, millions of abandoned pets -- healthy, loving animals who wanted only a home ---were killed.

    We couldn’t wait to tell our friends our   45  . They volunteered to help. Jared and I worked on Petfinder.com—that’s what we   46   it. We wanted the site to be  47  to potential adopters. That meant all expenses   48  our own pocket. However, we knew if we saved just one life a month, it would be worth it.

    Two years later our site went   49  . Today, more than 12,500 animals welfare groups   50   information about animals on Petfinder; 65 percent of animal adoptions in the US come through the site.

    31. A. people                 B. kids                         C. animals                    D. things

    32. A. notice             B. site                          C. newspaper                D. radio

    33. A. change           B. work                        C. end                          D. appear

    34. A. great               B. true                          C. possible                    D. unbelievable

    35. A. world                 B. home                       C. place                        D. website            

    36. A. separate         B. offer                        C. prevent                    D. get

    37. A. help                    B. dinner                      C. fun                          D. advice

    38. A. socially        B. privately                   C. formally                   D. physically

    39. A. At first                B. In the end                 C. At present                 D. At the end

    40. A. enjoyed        B. lost                          C. killed                        D. saved

    41. A. kill                     B. eat                           C. keep                        D. play

    42. A. timetable             B. hobby                      C. focus                       D. habit

    43. A. comforting          B. curing                      C. encouraging              D. supporting

    44. A. child                   B. backyard                  C. home                       D. pet

    45. A. difficult              B. story                        C. idea                     D. situation

    46. A. named                B. produced                  C. expected                  D. dreamed

    47. A. familiar        B. free                          C. valuable                    D. convenient

    48. A. came into            B. came up with            C. came to                    D. came out of

    49. A. national        B. abroad                   C. uncontrollable           D. normal

    50. A. buy                    B. find                          C. post                         D. trade

    题型:完型填空  知识点:政治经济文化类