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  • 难度: 使用次数:53 入库时间:2017-05-02
    来源: 河南省鹤壁市淇滨高级中学2016-2017学年高二下学期第一次月考英语试题 Word版含答案.doc

    What do photography and foster(收养的)care have in common? Apparently a lot. Jennifer Loomis, an experienced local photographer, and her husband were a childless couple, so they were considering   41   a kid. As part of their   42   , they went online and visited sites containing   43   of children up for adoption.   44   , the photos didn't really express the children. To Loomis' artful eye, they   45   to let people know who the children truly were. Loomis then contacted Northwest Adoption Exchange and   46   a free photo shoot(专业摄影) to help  47   children show better pictures of them to adoptive parents. The  48   readily agreed.

    One child who   49   the photo shoot was Deon, a lonely child who had bounced around the foster system. With Loomis' great   50   , a new and more handsome Deon was photographed. And this had a(n)  51  effect! Soon prospective parents Joanna Church and Sean Vaillancourt saw Deon's new photo on the website and were attracted by the boy with bright, happy eyes (They had previously seen his old photo, but got no   52   impression of him). Contact was made, he was   53   their home.

    Now Church and Vaillancourt have become Deon's parents. The   54   was a godsend(天赐之物)to Deon. He had been in mid out of various foster homes since the age of 5, and was losing   55  . At age 18, children no longer qualify for foster care and must begin to   56   themselves. This is a bitter reality for a child at age 16,   57   one who has never really found   58   from a home.

    Deon is now paired with a loving family simply  59   Jennifer Loomis took a better photo of him. She has completely changed Deon's   60   and that of his adoptive parents.

    "When you give someone a chance," Deon said, "you are basically saving a life.”

    41. A. photographing

    B. interviewing

    C. adopting

    D. sponsoring

    42. A. study

    B. treatment

    C. search

    D. design

    43. A. images

    B. plans

    C. stories

    D. ideas

    44. A. However

    B. Therefore

    C. Besides

    D. Otherwise

    45. A. managed

    B. failed

    C. decided

    D. tried

    46. A. required

    B. accepted

    C. offered

    D. allowed

    47. A. curious

    B. lonely

    C. happy

    D. willing

    48. A. team

    B. couple

    C. government

    D. organization

    49. A. attended

    B. helped

    C. refused

    D. learned

    50. A. concerns

    B. skills

    C. abilities

    D. courage

    51. A. permanent

    B. immediate

    C. positive

    D. adverse

    52. A. unique

    B. first

    C. clear

    D. new

    53. A. taken for

    B. called at

    C. brought into

    D. carried away

    54. A. match

    B. performance

    C. practice

    D. struggle

    55. A. hope

    B. opportunity

    C. energy

    D. interest

    56. A. teach

    C. support

    C. control

    D. trust

    57. A. usually

    B. particularly

    C. specially

    D. definitely

    58. A. freedom

    B. happiness

    C. answers

    D. chances

    59. A. though

    B. unless

    C. but

    D. because

    60. A. attitude

    B. manner

    C. behavior

    D. life

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:61 入库时间:2016-08-05
    来源: 湖北省宜昌市示范高中2015-2016学年高一下学期期中考试试卷 试题及答案解析word版.doc

    A“blogger” is a person who writes on an Internet website called a “blog”. The word “blog” is a    41    way of saying“web log”, or “personal website”. Anyone can start a     42   , and they can write about anything they like.
           There are millions of blogs on the internet today. They    43    news, information and ideas for people who read them. They contain     44    to other websites, and they provide a place for people to write their    45    and react to the ideas of others.
           A research company called Perseus has     46    more than 3,000 web logs. It says that blogs are most    47    with teenage girls. They use them to    48    their friends know what is happening in their lives. The study    49    says that more than 100,000 bloggers stopped taking part in the activity after a year.
              50   , some people develop    51    blogs to present political and other ideas.    52   , the Republican and Democratic parties in the southern state of Kentucky recently started their own blogs. And American companies are beginning to use blogs to advertise their    53   .
          At the same time, some long-standing blogs have     54   . Last week, blogging leader Dave Winer closed his free blog service “weblogs. com”. He said the site became too expensive to   55   . He started the blog four years ago, and thousands of people had     56    on it. They were   57    that the site had been closed.

    One blog that is still going     58    is called Rebecca’s Pocket. Rebecca Blood created the website in 1999. She wrote about the history of blogs on the site. That     59    led to a book called The Weblog Handbook. It has been     60    into four languages so far.

    41. 【小题1A.  short

    B.  long

    C.  regular

    D.  central

    42. 【小题2A.  company

    B.  expression

    C.  experiment

    D.  blog

    43. 【小题3A.  debate

    B.  explore

    C.  provide

    D.  seek

    44. 【小题4A.  issues

    B.  links

    C.  recovery

    D.  guidance

    45. 【小题5A.  reasons

    B.  ideas

    C.  faults

    D.  choices

    46. 【小题6A.  served

    B.  reported

    C.  studied

    D.  attached

    47. 【小题7A.  popular

    B.  pleased

    C.  bored

    D.  careful

    48. 【小题8A.  ask

    B.  order

    C.  demand

    D.  let

    49. 【小题9A.  instead

    B.  yet

    C.  still

    D.  also

    50. 【小题10A.  Besides

    B.  However

    C.  In fact

    D.  Therefore

    51. 【小题11A.  fierce

    B.  relaxing

    C.  serious

    D.  humorous

    52. 【小题12A.  For example

    B.  In total

    C.  In the end

    D.  On the contrary

    53. 【小题13A.  products

    B.  employees

    C.  systems

    D.  predictions

    54. 【小题14A.  recognized

    B.  ended

    C.  survived

    D.  happened

    55. 【小题15A.  advertise

    B.  start

    C.  continue

    D.  close

    56. 【小题16A.  written

    B.  appeared

    C.  worked

    D.  taken

    57. 【小题17A.  happy

    B.  upset

    C.  excited

    D.  confident

    58. 【小题18A.  devoted

    B.  gentle

    C.  weak

    D.  strong

    59. 【小题19A.  character

    B.  history

    C.  article

    D.  usage

    60. 【小题20A.  dipped

    B.  fooled

    C.  mixed

    D.  translated

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:15 入库时间:2016-04-22
    来源: 浙江省东阳市第二高级中学2015-2016学年高一上学期第一次教学调研考试试题及答案.doc

    In many shops the ___35___  has to wait for someone to serve him.And when ___36___  some clerk does notice you, you are made to feel as if you were interrupting him.Either he is ___37___  in deep thought in which he hates to be disturbed or he is chatting with a girl clerk and you feel like ___38___ for "being too rude". He shows no interest either in you or in the goods he ___39___  to sell. Yet possibly the very clerk who is now so indifferent(冷漠的) began his career with hope and ___40___. The daily work was too much for him; the newness disappears slowly; his only pleasures were found outside of working hours; and he saw younger clerks who had more enthusiasm in their work promoted over him. He became sour. That was the last stage. His usefulness was over.

    35. A. salesman        B. passenger         C. manager            D. customer

    36. A. firstly               B. especially          C. absolutely          D. finally

    37. A. absorbed       B. devoted             C. busy                  D. attracted

    38. A. forgiving          B. apologizing       C. favoring             D. approving

    39. A. paid                B. is paid                C. was paid            D. pays

    40. A. content           B. sympathy          C. surprise             D. enthusiasm

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:67 入库时间:2016-04-21
    来源: 四川省双流中学2016届高三10月月考考试试题及答案.doc

    Third Culture Kids

       As more cities and companies become increasing international, there is a growing number of children that are creating their own sub-culture. Often   41   to as TCKs (Third Culture Kids) or Global Nomads, these students have a(n)   42   impact on the global community.

    So who are these Third Culture Kids? They are not a new phenomenon. As one looks   43    history, there is a realization that certain groups of people have led highly   44   lives, a key   45  in describing TCKs. They often   46   their parents into another country and spend a significant part of his or her development years outside the parents’ culture. They are   47   to new cultures and to other people in the community who   48   move constantly. Their numbers   49   into the hundreds of thousands and are increasing. Ease of   50   and constant relocation of people through multinational companies and global business links contribute to this   51  .

    The question “Who am I?” is frequently asked by TCKs. They have   52    a host of cultural identities, and have built relationships to all the cultures,   53    not having full ownership of any. Although elements from each culture are absorbed into TCK’s life experience, the sense of   54    is in relationship to others of a similar background.  

       As you enter into the world of TCKs, one might suspect they are no   55   . But it is   56  , after spending only a short time with them, that they bring a deep knowledge from inside and a special ability to compare   57   and local issues. They represent many countries and cultures. They are the future cross-culturalists and   58   future politicians, diplomats, government employees and educators. They certainly experience a different lifestyle compared to their mono-cultural peers but we can benefit from their global and   59   lives. So, whatever one chooses to label the international students as ---TCKs, Global Nomads, or Global Souls ---we will gain unbelievable   60 ____.

    41. A. referred        B. appealed           C. subscribed                            D. submitted

    42. A. initial          B. temporary       C. immediate                   D. tremendous

    43. A. down on               B. back on      C. up to                              D. forward to         

    44. A. adventurous      B. mobile               C. civilized                        D. primitive

    45. A. figure          B. reason               C. cause                              D. factor

    46. A. drive                      B. divide                 C. accompany                 D. invite

    47. A. connected                    B. addicted            C. exposed                        D. committed

    48. A. frequently           B. also                     C. rarely                             D. altogether

    49. A. change         B. burst                            C. break                             D. extend

    50. A. communication  B. travel               C. interaction                  D. export

    51. A. tradition               B. shift                       C. option                            D. trend

    52. A. revealed               B. discovered                  C. accumulated           D. accelerated

    53. A. as                             B. so                           C. when                              D. while

    54. A. belonging             B. achievement     C. possessing                   D. responsibility

    55. A. exception             B. denying               C. doubtful                       D. different

    56. A. clear                  B. vital                       C. universal                      D. essential

    57. A. international      B. updated               C. complicated                D. specific

    58. A. luckily                            B. necessarily         C. hopefully                     D. generally

    59. A. professional        B. spiritual               C. material                        D. colorful

    60. A. awards                  B. rewards               C. popularity                   D. success

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:74 入库时间:2016-04-07
    来源: 广东省2016届高三3月适应性考试试题及答案.doc

    Some adults spend a lot of time trying to stop children playing. They are usually people who think of play as being the    41    of work and therefore a waste of time. For humans, work is a way of getting food to eat, and like humans,    42    must spend time doing the    43    things. Regardless of this, children    44    playing, and so do other young animals. It is quite    45    to keep both a small child and a young cat    46    for hours with a piece of paper.

    Hunting may be the most obvious skill    47    in play, but it is far from being the only one. Lambs and goat kids play    48   , although they will never    49    anything other than some grass. But for these young animals too,    50    is an important part of learning. Sheep and goats are    51    hill and mountain animals. Running and skipping exercise young legs and develop a strong sense of    52    that will keep them safe on the steepest rocks.

       53    animals play, is not so different.    54    trees and catching flies are not the most obvious training for the adult world, but the flexibility    55    in these activities is similar to that required of a bus driver or businessman.

    What we know about animals shows us that playing is a very good way of    56   , so maybe one of the best ways for    57    to learn is also by playing. Children find playing is fun, but    58    notice that they are also learning at the same time. Most people continue to play games long after they have become    59   , and perhaps that is because we rely so much on our    60    to learn.

    41. A. reward            B. opposite               C. basis                            D. nature

    42. A. animals           B. children                 C. parents                 D. cats

    43. A. same                     B. ordinary                C. dull                        D. chief

    44. A. delay               B. regret                           C. enjoy                            D. ignore

    45. A. possible         B. necessary                    C. reasonable           D. difficult

    46. A. annoyed         B. alarmed                C. amazed                D. amused

    47. A. kept                 B. practiced                     C. tested                          D. required

    48. A. endlessly        B. clumsily                 C. crazily                   D. aggressively

    49. A. hunt                 B. plant                      C. learn                      D. catch

    50. A. jump                B. work                      C. play                       D. walk

    51. A. strangely         B. initially                   C. naturally                D. equally

    52. A. direction         B. space                           C. distance               D. balance

    53. A. Based on              B. Compared with    C. Inspired by           D. Developed form

    54. A. Climbing         B. Growing                C. Watering               D. Cutting

    55. A. reduced          B. allowed                 C. damaged                    D. needed

    56. A. learning          B. exercising             C. improving             D. growing

    57. A. adults                     B. creatures                     C. humans                 D. students

    58. A. generally         B. hardly                    C. possibility             D. truly

    59. A. mature            B. wise                      C. athletic                  D. strong

    60. A. flexibility          B. liberty                    C. responsibility              D. curiosity

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:29 入库时间:2016-04-06
    来源: 2016年上海市高考英语冲刺模拟考试试题及答案之一 Word版.doc

    The responsibilities of job, home and family all too often transform the daily routine into a huge burden. Enjoying quality leisure time becomes   51   .

    True leisure means engaging in a    52    and rewarding activity without being    53     by other aspects of your life. Sometimes, the      54   you experience during the week make you place great emphasis on weekends and other days off. You hope to relax, but the stress is   55  . You can't rest even when you have the time to do so. When time is limited, leisure activities are usually the first items to     56      from the daily schedule.

    If you routinely      57    your leisure time because you have "more important things to do," you may be underestimating how much time the things     58     take. Most people routinely shortchange themselves on the amount of time required to complete a given task. The problem is a      59      to evaluate performance honestly.

    60     , simplifying your life will let you have more windows of opportunity to do stuff just for fun. Maybe you need to relearn to relax.

    Spare Time for Your    61    : Devote one afternoon or evening per week    62   to doing something that you enjoy, listening to music, assembling a jigsaw puzzle. Do whatever you always wish to but never seem to find time for. And do it where there's nothing to remind you of other     63   .

    Choose Low-Tech: The popular fascination with technological advances in all areas of life has diverted(偏离) attention from the simple pleasures of many     64     pastimes. People think they must have the best, most up-to-date equipment available to enjoy themselves. When     65    trends becomes the focus, the pure pleasure of leisure is lost.

    51.   A. difficult           B. essential                     C. noticeable                   D. incapable

    52.   A. reluctant         B. pleasurable          C. delicate                   D. disgusting

    53.   A. cultivated                 B. ashamed               C. preoccupied        D. oppressed

    54.   A. favour                    B. depression          C. stress                           D. threat

    55.   A. reasonable           B. enormous                    C. ignorant                D. adjusted

    56.   A. destroy              B. consider                C. recognize                    D. disappear

    57.   A. estimate           B. fulfill                        C. abandon               D. expand

    58.   A. constantly         B. actually                   C. initially                  D. equally

    59.   A. variety                   B. delay                            C. failure                    D. record

    60.   A. Consequently          B. However                C. Moreover                     D. Therefore

    61.   A. Instincts             B. Images                   C. Desires                D. Tasks

    62.   A. occasionally     B. entirely                   C. primarily               D. dramatically

    63.   A. duties                    B. expectations        C. stimulations          D. limitations

    64.   A. uncommon           B. individual                     C. traditional            D. physical

    65.   A. keeping up with   B. breaking away from C. getting rid of              D. making up for

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:20 入库时间:2016-04-06
    来源: 2016年上海市高考英语冲刺模拟考试试题及答案之四 Word版.doc

    The huge thirst for jobs in the civil service has made the national civil servant exam one of China’s most competitive tests. The first exam was held in 1995, and since then more and more people have   50   for it, with applications reaching a peak over the last two years.

    The latest online   51  , carried out by China Youth Daily and www.qq.com,   52   that more than 73 per cent of young people want to work as civil servants. Of the 17,330 participants, about 83 per cent said they were attracted by the job's   53  , guaranteed health care and pension(抚恤金).   54  , 55 per cent said it could bring "practical profits."

    Nearly 1 million people   55   to take the exam last year, yet only just over 10,000 were finally   56  . This year the stiff (severe) competition continued. The exact number of applicants is not known, with the final day for   57   today.

    But the influx(流入) of applicants has already broken the exam's website once. China Youth Daily   58   that the site was forced to close for maintenance due to   59    high traffic on the night of October 16. In a typical year several hundred applicants will apply for many of the jobs listed. For example, the five job vacancies   60   by the secretariat of the Central Committee of the Party have this year   61   more than 3,880 applicants.

    In general, the exam means 50 people competing for one post, the report said.   62   as civil servants are attractive, not only because of the stable income and good health care, but also because of the low risks   63   with the power and   64   the positions enjoy. Among the total 6 million public servants, around 20,000 were dismissed between 1996 and 2003.


    A. put up

    B. signed up

    C. made up

    D. taken up


    A. discussion

    B. search

    C. survey

    D. project


    A. found

    B. told

    C. spoke

    D. insisted


    A. interest

    B. concept

    C. difficulty

    D. stability


    A. But

    B. Otherwise

    C. Meanwhile

    D. Instead


    A. entered

    B. adopted

    C. allowed

    D. applied


    A. employed

    B. resigned

    C. succeeded

    D. dismissed


    A. examination

    B. applications

    C. vote

    D. decision


    A. declared

    B. translated

    C. praised

    D. reported


    A. generally

    B. unusually

    C. commonly

    D. naturally


    A. provided

    B. introduced

    C. supplied

    D. planned


    A. grasped

    B. pulled

    C. attracted

    D. drawn


    A. Spots

    B. Locations

    C. Work

    D. Positions


    A. satisfied

    B. complained

    C. compared

    D. recognized


    A. sources

    B. entertainments

    C. resources

    D. achievements

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:39 入库时间:2016-03-31
    来源: 2016届高三英语二轮复习高考作业卷 考试试题及答案之十五.doc

    What are consequences of laziness? Many young persons seem to think it of not much consequence   1they do not improve their time well in youth, vainly   2they can make it up by careful work or effort when they are   3. They also  think it is shameful for men and women to be lazy,   4that there can be no harm in persons who are young spending their time in any   5they please.

    George Jones thought   6. At the age of 16, he went to an academy to prepare to enter college. His father obtained books for him, clothed him, and paid for schooling at his great   7. But George thought of nothing but present   8. When called to recite, he went red and what he recited were not the right words,   9the whole class would burst into laughter.     Such are the applauses (掌声) a lazy person gets.   10, though he passed a very poor examination, he was   11with the test. It was those who   12him that thought it was possible that the reason why he didn’t   13questions better was that he was frightened.

    However, in college there is not much   14shown to bad scholars. George had   15his studies so long that he fell behind. Poor fellow! He paid   16for his laziness. All the good scholars   17him; they were ashamed to be seen in his   18. He was growing discouraged. Eventually, he had to quit college. Such are the   19of laziness.

    Therefore, we should, from this history, take   20, and “stamp improvement on the wings of time”.

    1.A. as     B. until     C. if    D. since

    2.A. expecting     B. regretting    C. indicating    D. requiring

    3.A. older        B. better      C. taller    D. stronger

    4.A. and      B. but     C. for    D. or

    5.A. order      B. sense    C. manner      D. pattern

    6.A. so      B. again    C. aloud    D. ahead

    7.A. sale    B. speed     C. length   D. expense

    8.A. purpose      B. pleasure     C. memory    D. situation

    9.A. so that     B. in case    C. as though     D. now that

    10.A. At first    B. On the contrary      C. At last     D. In other words

    11.A. faced     B. satisfied     C. combined    D. admitted

    12.A. saved     B. examined     C. submitted    D. appreciated

    13.A. come up with     B. respond to    C. end up with    D. add to

    14.A. motivation     B. dignity     C. interest    D. mercy

    15.A. ignored      B. explored    C. interrupted    D. strengthened

    16.A. generously     B. greedily    C. constantly    D. dearly

    17.A. saved     B. attracted     C. avoided     D. recommended

    18.A. college   B. company     C. class    D. community

    19.A. characteristics    B. causes       C. states      D. wages

    20.A. action     B. charge    C. warning     D. advice

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:23 入库时间:2016-03-22
    来源: 江西省樟树中学、高安市第二中学2015-2016学年高二上学期期末联考考试试题及答案.doc

    No one likes the “old people” smell. No one, not even the    41    people. Trust me, I know.

    I volunteer at a hospice of Alzheimer’s Care(老年痴呆患者临终安养院). My health book    42   a pretty picture of hospices, describing them as homes where family members and the sick can work together in    43    incurable illness. It shows pictures of    44    patients speaking to doctors, with, of course, loving ones around them.

    That’s    45    what a hospice is. There aren’t family members, only cards sent periodically during the year. The    46    I help seldom smile because they’re struggling to    47    where they are, what year it is,    48    their own names.

    And they don’t like the “old people” smellthe smell of disease, of medicine and sweat, or of the lost self-respect. They don’t like it. But they    49    in it.

    Next week is my    50   .  I’m moving soon and I won’t have to    51    that hospice. I won’t have to    52    a woman who can’t even close her mouth, or    53    a man who’s crying because he can’t stop shaking    54    enough to tie his shoes. I won’t have to run for a nurse when Evelyn falls out of her wheel-chair.

    But I feel far from    55   . After four years of volunteering, the place is the same as the day I started. All the    56    remains fresh, never to be cut through by youthful spirits.

    Some visit. Some bring cake and puppy dogs and flowers. But only    57   . When you were born, loving arms held you. Shouldn’t you    58    that way too? Shouldn’t the elderly, who’ve lived their lives, raised their    59    and contributed to society be cared about? Shouldn’t they end feeling loved? Why don’t    60   ?


    A. old

    B. young

    C. poor

    D. sick


    A. paints

    B. writes

    C. publishes

    D. reads


    A. curing

    B. examining

    C. testing

    D. accepting


    A. crying

    B. suffering

    C. fighting

    D. smiling


    A. certainly

    B. maybe

    C. not

    D. hardly


    A. hospitals

    B. patients

    C. doctors

    D. nurses


    A. say

    B. recognize

    C. remember

    D. forget


    A. ever

    B. even

    C. only

    D. however


    A. play

    B. live

    C. talk

    D. work


    A. duty

    B. turn

    C. first

    D. last


    A. feel

    B. see

    C. smell

    D. taste


    A. feed

    B. open

    C. stop

    D. keep


    A. blame

    B. cure

    C. calm

    D. find


    A. fast

    B. frequently

    C. shortly

    D. long


    A. light-hearted

    B. absent-minded

    C. bad

    D. sad


    A. hopefulness

    B. hopelessness

    C. carelessness

    D. desire


    A. some

    B. few

    C. me

    D. them


    A. act

    B. live

    C. die

    D. speak


    A. plants

    B. children

    C. food

    D. money


    A. I

    B. we

    C. they

    D. you

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    来源: 江西省南昌县莲塘一中2016届高三上学期期末考试试题及答案.doc

    Most shoplifters (商店扒手) agree that he January sales offer wonderful opportunities for the hard-working thief.  41 the shops so crowded and the staff so busy, it does not require any extraordinary talent to help you to take one or two little things and escape  42   . It is known, in the business, as “hoisting”.

    But now the hoisting game is not  43 it used to be. Even at the height of the sales, shoplifters today never know  44  they are being watched by one of those evil little balls that hang from the ceilings of so many department stores above the most desirable goods.

      As if that was not trouble enough for them, they can now be filmed  45  and obliged to attend a showing of their performance in court.

     Selfridges was the first big London store to install closed-circuit videotape equipment to watch its sales floors. In October last year, the store won its first court  46 for shoplifting using an evidence of a videotape clearly showing a couple 47 dresses. It was an important test case which  48  other stores to install similar equipment.

      When the balls, called sputniks, first make a(n)  49  in shops, it was widely believed that their only function was to  50  shoplifters. Their  51  ridiculous appearances, the curious holes and red lights going on and off, certainly make the theory believable.

    It did not take long,  52  , for serious shoplifters to start showing suitable  53  . Soon after the equipment was  54  at Selfridges, store detective Brian Chadwick was sitting in the control room watching a woman  55 putting bottles of perfume into her bag.

    "As she turned to go," Chadwick  56  , "she suddenly looked up at the ‘sputnik’ and stopped. She could not  57  have seen that the camera was trained on her because it is completely hidden, but she  58  have had a feeling that I was looking at her."

     "For a moment she paused, but then she  59 to counter and started putting everything  60 . When she had finished, she opened her bag towards the camera to show it was empty and hurried out of the store."

    41. A. As                       B. With                     C. For                  D. Since

    42. A. noticed             B. noticing                 C. unnoticed        D. unnoticing

    43. A. how                  B. that                 C. which            D. what

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

    45. A. at rest                  B. at attention             C. at work              D. at shock

    46. A. case                     B. theft                    C. discussion           D. conversation

    47. A. trying               B. wearing              C. stealing        D. packaging

    48. A. stopped                  B. kept                     C. encouraged           D. called

    49. A. difference               B. influence                C. appearance           D. function

    50. A. attack                   B. calm                 C. excite               D. frighten

    51. A. somehow              B. somewhat             C. anyhow               D. somewhere

    52. A. however                  B. thus                 C. therefore            D. anyway

    53. A. respect                  B. interest                 C. fright          D. courage

    54. A. in operation             B. in case                C. in trouble         D. in advance

    55. A. publicly                 B. bravely                  C. quickly              D. secretly

    56. A. replied                  B. repeated            C. recalled           D. requested

    57. A. possibly                 B. politely                 C. pleasantly         D. patiently

    58. A. could                B. would                C. should            D. must

    59. A. came                     B. left                     C. returned             D. rushed

    60. A. off                  B. in                       C. up              D. back

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
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    来源: 湖北省浠水县实验高中2016届高三2月13日周测考试试题及答案.doc

    Speaking Up

    I never looked up when my friends were talking and joking about the ratarded (智障的) boy a few tables away. It didn’t even cross my mind that he might feel  41  when people whispered about him. So I just let them talk.

    Then came the day when I learned my little brother Martin’s testing for autism (自闭症) came out positive (阳性). I had never thought about him like that. I broke 42  , crying. Everything had just changed. He was no longer a(n)  43  little boy.

    Over time, I was able to accept his  44  a little more. We had to 45  because Martin needed treatment. So Martin and I both started at a new school. One day, I was standing in the bus line waiting when a “ short ” bus (for the retarded) came and 46  up some kids. The children in the other line started making 47  about the “ retarded ” on that bus and I felt a 48  feeling in my heart. I said quietly that those comments weren’t very nice, 49  no one listened.

    My family moved again. In the new school I got a 50  to speak up pretty soon. That day, in a band class, my teacher  51  our playing to make some comments, “ …Guys, we’re playing like the kids on the short bus! Come on! ” The entire room was laughing loudly. I felt very  52   . Then, I raised my hand. I wasn’t sure what I was going to say but I wanted to be heard.

    The whole class 53   down. My mouth opened and this came out: “ I don’t think we should make fun of the short bus, because there are people on that bus who have a lot in common with us and have the same feelings as we do.” I could feel my 54  getting louder. “ So I would 55  it if you didn’t make fun of them.”

    The room was very quiet and everyone stared at me. My teacher 56   for his words and then started the song again. At the end of the class, everyone was giving me strange looks. But I didn’t 57  , because I knew three things: I had spoken the 58   , I had taught everyone something, and while everyone in the classroom was being a follower, I had 59   to take a different path since I wanted to become a  60  and a role model.

    41Aamazed            Bhurt                  Cuncertain          Dcold

    42Aoff               Bin                   Cdown             Daway

    43Anormal            Bnoisy                 Coutstanding        Dimpressive

    44Apain              Binterest               Copinion            Dillness

    45Achange            Bmove                Cquit               Dstudy

    46Aset               Btook                Cbrought            Dpicked

    47Ajokes              Bcomplaints           Cchoices            Ddiscoveries

    48Aviolent            Bstrange              Cconfusing           Dclear

    49Abecause           Bif                  Cbut                       Dso

    50Achance            Bposition             Ctopic              Dpoint

    51Aencouraged        Bbothered             C. enjoyed              Dstopped

    52Abad               Bembarrassed         Ctense               Dguilty

    53Asat                Bslowed             Cquieted             Dlooked

    54Apace               Bvoice              Cpulse              Dbreath

    55Aexcuse                    Bappreciate         Cstand             Dpermit

    56Aapologized   Bfought               Callowed             Dargued

    57Aunderstand       Bnotice            Creturn            Dcare

    58Awisdom                 Bimportance           Cmatter             Dtruth

    59Ahelped          Bdecided            Cagreed            Dhoped

    60Areporter         Bthinker             Cleader             Dtrainer

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
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    来源: 广东省佛山市2016届高三上学期教学质量检测考试试题及答案.doc

    Ordinary people in Britain have more washing machines and cars than in 1946. They also have more fear of unemployment. While once the nation’s heroes used to be     21     or politicians, today they are more likely to be     22     faces on television or in films.

    These are just some of the     23     discovered in surveys by the Market Research Society. More than 3,000 people were     24     and the results were compared with a     25     survey in 1946. Many people are better off and women spend much less time in the     26     looking after their families. Also people’s     27     in clothing and entertainment have changed considerably. They     28     more casually than they used to. And while “an evening out” used to mean a     29     to the cinema, today it is more     30     to involve going to a restaurant or to a disco. Some things,     31     ,have not changed. People still adore     32     like Casablanca even though they usually watch them on the     33     or video instead of in the cinema. And despite the variety of     34     food now available, a quarter of the people still prefer     35     food they’re used to for a long time.

    One of the most     36     things of the new research is the lack of ambition among the     37    . Many executives (管理者)feel that they have     38     all their most important goals in life in their mid-forties. Most of them said they would prefer to     39     in their fifties rather than go on working for a(n)     40    .

    21. A. designers          B. housewives       C. actors       D. soldiers

    22. A. famous             B. ordinary       C. serious       D. happy

    23. A. advantages       B. comments       C. changes       D. statistics

    24. A. introduced       B. informed       C. questioned       D. discovered

    25. A. secret       B. similar       C. recent       D. meaningful

    26. A. home       B. kindergarten       C. nursery       D. hospital

    27. A. behaviors       B. tastes       C. performances       D. researches

    28. A. talk       B. dress       C. walk       D. behave

    29. A. access       B. reply       C. visit       D. reference

    30. A. beneficial       B. important       C. convenient       D. likely

    31. A. therefore       B. furthermore       C. meanwhile       D. however

    32. A. novels       B. films       C. dresses       D. models

    33. A. television       B. radio       C. stage       D. ground

    34. A. expensive       B. frozen       C. foreign       D. classic

    35. A. fried       B. tasty       C. healthy       D. traditional

    36. A. surprising       B. positive       C. ridiculous       D. exciting

    37. A. teens       B. young       C. elderly       D. middle-aged

    38. A. set       B. achieved       C. established       D. missed

    39. A. retire       B. study       C. compete       D. succeed

    40. A. experience       B. living        C. experiment       D. promotion

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    来源: 安徽省安庆市第一中学2015-2016学年高二上学期期末考试试题及答案.doc

      Why do young adult children become independent so much later than they did in 1970when the average age of independent living was 21? Why have reduced class sizes and increased per-pupil expenditures (花销)not _41__ higher academic achievement levels? Why is the mental health of today’s kids so poor when __42__ with that of children in the 1960s and before? Why do today’s __43__ become defensive when told by teachers that their children have misbehaved in school?

    The answer is in two words: parental __44__. Those two words best summarize the __45__ between “old” child raising and new, post-1960s parenting. Then, the general philosophy was that parents were not to be __46__ involved with their kids. They were available __47__ emergency, but they stood a (an) __48__distance from their kids and allowed them to experience the benefits of the trial-and-error process. It was the child’s __49__ , back then, to keep his or her parents from getting involved. That was __50__ children learned to be responsible and determined.

    Today’s parents help their kids with almost everything. These are parents who are __51__ when it comes to an understanding of their purpose in their kidslives. Their involvement leads them to personalize everything that happens to their kids; __52__, the defensiveness. But given that schools and mental health professionals have been pushing parent involvement for nearly four decades, the confusion and defensiveness are __53__.

    University researchers analyzed three decades of data relating to parent participation in children’s academics. Their conclusions __54__ what I’ve been saying since the 1980s: parental help with homework __55__ a child’s academic achievement and is not reflected on standardized tests.

    Parents who manage a child’s social life interfere with(干预,阻挠) the __56__ of good social skills. Parents who manage a child’s after-school activities grow kids who don’t know how to __57__ their own free time. Parents who get involved in their kids __58__ with peers(伙伴) grow kids who don’t know how to avoid much less trouble.

    These kids have anxieties and fears of all sorts and don’t want to leave their __59__. And their parents, when the time comes, don’t know how to __60__ being parents. You can imagine what will become of their future.

    41. A. touched on      B. counted on          C. resulted in           D. taken in
    42. A. associated       B. compared           C. linked             D. matched
    43. A.  psychologists   B. adolescents          C. youths            D. parents

    44. A.  involvement    B. protection          C. assistance          D. preference

    45. A. similarities     B.  differences        C. choices            D. relations
    46. A. slightly          B. passively           C. fairly             D. highly 
    47. A. in view of        B. in spite of           C. in case of         D. in fear of
    48. A. safe             B. equal              C. long             D. short
    49. A. fault            B. turn               C. job              D. attitude
    50. A. when            B. why              C.  how             D. what
    51. A. amazed          B. disappointed       C. confused          D. satisfied
    52. A. thus             B. still              C. yet                D. however
    53. A. unreasonable      B.  understandable    C.  changeable        D. avoidable
    54. A. convinced        B. confirmed          C. realized            D. reflected
    55. A. lowers          B.  decides           C. helps              D. encourages
    56. A. appearance       B. performance        C.  development       D. establishment
    57. A. value            B.  fill               C. devote              D. save
    58. A. communication    B.  cooperation       C. conflicts           D. competitions
    59. A. school                B.  home                      C. career                      D. profession
    60. A. stop                   B. ignore                      C. consider                  D. start

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
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    来源: 福建省龙海市程溪中学2015-2016学年高二上学期期末考试试题及答案.doc

    Many Chinese youth enjoy American country music or Western pop songs. They drink Coca-Cola,   41  at McDonald’s, and watch Hollywood’s   42   movies. Western popular culture has established   43   in Asia.

    In the same way, some Chinese culture has become very fashionable in the West. Westerners have always appreciated delicious Chinese   44  . But the current interest in   45   culture extends   46   the food. Some of today’s latest trends among Westerners are   47   from China and have made their way in the West. Here are some   48  .

    Starbucks coffee is popular in Asia,   49   bubble tea(泡泡茶)has recently become the new   50   drink in North America. It has   51   in coffee shops and teahouses all over the US and Canada. Although this Asia drink started out as simple iced tea that is shaken to produce   52  , bubble tea can now mean a variety of Asia tea beverage(饮料). The fact is   53   more and more Americans are willing to drink bubble tea now.

    Most Westerners cant   54   Chinese characters(汉字). But today Chinese   55   are quite popular among Western youth. Characters can be seen on T-shirts, baseball caps, jewelry and many other items,   56   many Westerners think Chinese characters look cool, even if they don’t know what they mean.

    Until recently, Westerners considered tofu an exotic(外来的)Asia food. But as its health   57   have become   58   known in the West, tofu can be found in many Western   59  . Western cooks now use this food in ways that Chinese cooks probably   60  dreamed of.

    41.A. cry        B. laugh      C. work    D. eat

    42. A. oldest    B. funniest   C. latest  D. silent

    43. A. concepts B. thoughts   C. roots   D. ideas

    44. A. cooking   B. cook    C. cooker D. cooks

    45. A. American     B. Chines    C. Western D. Canadian

    46. A. on        B. under      C. beyond  D. across

    47. A. brought      B. borrowed   C. caught D. lent

    48. A. countries    B. places C. names   D. examples

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

    50. A.  popular    B. hot   C. cold    D. bitter

    51. A. come  B.  appeared C. disappeared D. opened

    52. A. coffee          B. tea       C. bubble  D. ice

    53. A.  that        B. what       C. which   D. why

    54. A. write        B. spell   C. speak      D. read

    55. A. characters B. lifestyles C. traditions D. cultures

    56. A. although B. otherwise C. because D. however

    57. A. harm      B. disadvantages    C. uses  D. benefits

    58. A. good   B. better     C. hardly D. best

    59. A. hotels    B. houses C. shops   D. kitchens

    60. A. never      B. usually      C. forever D. ever

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
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    来源: 贵州省遵义航天高级中学2015-2016学年高一上学期第三次月考考试试题及答案.doc

    Parents , the most selfless people on Earth are the biggest reason for your existence. However, we often 41 to appreciate(感激) their efforts. And by the time we realize this, it's 42 late. So, don't wait for any 43 day to say sweet things to your parents and tell them how 44 you're for whatever they've done for you.

    First, 45 you often forget to call your parents and 46 them how much you miss them, they may often feel you're not making any47 to stay in touch with them.

    Second, you should hug them. You can't possibly 48 whatever they've done for you, but this small gesture(姿势) will 49 make them feel special.

    Third, let your emotions out in time, because you 50 know, there might not be a tomorrow to express your 51. We all have been mean to our 52 at times, and have said things that 53 them deeply. If so, all you can do is apologize(道歉) from the bottom of your 54.

    Finally, 55 them know that they're the real superheroes in your life. You can never 56 them enough. They've always been your 57 to move forward. They taught you all the small and big things about life. They always  58  you to work hard and become a successful person in life. Even though you may have 59 in a race or failed in an exam, they were and still are your number one 60. So, express yourself before your parents before it’s too late. ( 251 words)

    41. A. fail        B. fall            C. want             D. wait

    42. A. very           B. rather          C. too              D. fairly

    43. A. good           B. wonderful       C. special             D. beautiful

    44. A. lucky          B. grateful        C. sorry               D. regretful

    45. A. when           B. since           C. unless           D. if

    46. A. ask            B. tell            C. inform              D. find

    47. A. mistakes       B. will            C. wish             D. efforts

    48. A. give back      B. send back       C. give away           D. put away

    49. A. surely         B. luckily         C. sincerely        D. entirely

    50. A. ever           B. hardly          C. never               D. almost

    51. A. regret         B. love            C. worry           D. happiness

    52. A. teachers       B. friends         C. parents          D. classmates

    53. A. hurt           B. move           C. inspire             D. discourage

    54. A. soul           B. mind            C. brain           D. heart

    55. A. get            B. let             C. bet              D. set

    56. A. believe        B. know            C. apologise           D. thank

    57. A. advantage      B. hope            C. strength         D. bank

    58. A. needed         B. asked           C. forced           D. encouraged

    59. A. won           B. lost            C. competed         D. succeeded

    60. A. fans           B. heroes          C. examples         D. teachers

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
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    来源: 广东省汕头市金山中学2015-2016学年高二上学期10月月考试题 Word版含答案.doc

    There are more than forty universities in Britainnearly twice as many as in 1960. During the 1960s eight completely new ones were foundedand ten other new ones were created __16__ converting (转变) old colleges of technologies into universities. In the same period the __17__ of students more than doubled, from 70000 to __18__ than 200000. By 1973 about 10% of men aged from eighteen to twenty-one were in universities and about 5% of women.

    All the universities are  __19__ institutions. Each has its __20__ governing councils(委员会), __21__ some local businessmen and local politicians as __22__ as a few college teachers.

    The state began to give grants(拨款) to them fifty years __23__ and by 1970 each university  got nearly all its __24__ from state grants. Students have to __25__ fees and living costs, but every student may receive from the local authority of the place __26__ he lives a personal grant which is enough to pay his full costs, including housing and __27__ unless his parents are __28__. Most __29__ take jobs in the summer for about six weeksbut they do not __30__ do outside __31__ during the academic year. The Department of Education takes __32__ for the payment which covers the whole expenditure(费用) of the __33__ but it does not exercise direct control. It can have an important influence __34__ new developments through its power to distribute funds, but it takes the advice of the University Grants Committee, a body which is mainly __35__ of academics.                              

    16A. with                Bby                  Cat                  Dinto

    17A. amount           Bquantity          Clot                 Dnumber

    18A. more              Bmuch             Cless                Dfewer

    19A. individual           Bprivate            Cstate              Dpersonal

    20A. self                 Bpersonal          Cown               Dkind

    21A. making            Bconsisting       Cincluding        Dtaking

    22A. good               Blong               Clittle               Dwell

    23A. ago                 Bbefore            Cafter              Dever

    24A. suggestions      Bgrades            Cprofits            Dfunds

    25A. make               Bpay                Cchange           Ddelay

    26A. what               Bwhich            Cwhere            Dhow

    27A. living              Bdrinking  Cfood              Dshelter

    28A. poor                Bgenerous        Ckindhearted     Drich

    29A. professors       Bstudents                Cpoliticians       Dbusinessmen

    30A. hopefully           Bcommonly        Cfrankly           Dnormally

    31A travel                Bwork              Cexperiment     Dstudy

    32A. responsibility   Badvice            Cduty               Dpleasure

    33A. government      Bschool            Cuniversities     Dcommittees

    34A. at                   Bto                  Con                 Dfrom

    35A. consisted        Bmade up         Cincluded         Dtaken

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:16 入库时间:2015-12-16
    来源: 浙江省诸暨市牌头中学2014-2015学年高二12月月考考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

    For lots of peoplethe holidays are about helping the less fortunate.__16__ than buying present for each othera group of friends in a Vermont snowboard(单板滑雪)group like to go to their__17__homeless shelter and give them a day to__18__.They begin preparing at the__19__of the snow season by asking people who come to the mountain to__20__ old winter clothing like jacketsbootsglovesand hats. Then the group__21__the shelter to distribute(分发) the things. Says Jay,18one of the__22__“We tell them‘Now you guys are coming with us and we're going to teach you how to__23__ or snowboard all day for free.’It's awesome(极好的) to know that we are able to take their minds__24__the stress in their lives for one day.”

    For this groupworking together to help the homeless makes their relation__25__.They feel like a part of each other's lives in a__26__way.

    It may sound no wonder until you try itbut doing something for charity(慈善)can really help you__27__better about the whole experience of giving. That's because it benefits for the__28__as well as the recipient—you're left with a feeling of belonging and being connected.

    __29__to help an organization or group that fits with your__30__and the things you believe in. If you love childrenbuy a present for a child in need.__31__animals are your thingtalk to your local animal shelter—many distribute staples like pet food to low­income pet__32__over the holidays. If you__33__a grandparent and would like to spend time with the Elderly__34__out at a nursing home over the holidays. Or share a special skill. If you're good with your __35__you can help build or paint housing for people in need.

    16A.Other BRather  CMore     DLess

    17A.hopeless BCurious Clocal Dforeign

    18A.remember BForget Cforgive     Dexercise

    19A.end  Bstart  Cweather    Dmiddle

    20A.bring  BMend Csell          Dthrow

    21A.rebuild BTake Cleave         Dvisit

    22A.students BNeighbors Corganizers     Dworkers

    23A.ski Bsurvive  Cstudy       Dstruggle

    24A.for BIn Coff                    Don

    25A.easier BCleaner Chealthier Dstronger

    26A.complete BMeaningful Cnew    Dbusy

    27A.live  Bplay  Cfeel           Dexpress

    28A.giver Bvisitor  Cchildren Dofficials

    29A.Promise BRefuse CChoose       DAnswer

    30A.work  Bvalues  Chobbies       Dprofession

    31A.If  BBecause  CThough DWhile

    32A.sellers  Bbosses  Cstores       Downers

    33A.visit  BBecome Cmiss      Ddislike

    34A.look  BSend  Cfind        Dhelp

    35A.hands  BMinds Ceyes      Dideas

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:17 入库时间:2015-12-16
    来源: 浙江省诸暨市牌头中学2014-2015学年高二9月月考考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

    What separates people who reach their goals from everyone else is their ability to stay on track. However, __41__ will come, and you can bet there will be chances for you to __42__ track. If you’re an athlete, it may be an injury that causes you to have to __43__ practices. If you’re trying to get to a healthy weight, you may have to travel __44__ or stay with a friend who does not like to __45__. That is to say, some kind of challenge will __46__.

          How we deal with these challenges __47__ the victims from the victors. You can use  challenges as a stepping __48__ or as a block, and you can use them to __49__ your ambition or block your view; the __50__is yours.

          Challenges can __51__ to make you stronger and more consistent as you face each  difficulty. They can even __52__ your roots to dig deeper, in search of a (an) __53__to the problem.

          The problem always arises when you don’t __54__ it. If you can predict potential (潜在的) problems and plan __55__, you will have confidence and your belief in yourself will __56__ up.

          Your ability to stay __57__ and overcome difficulties is __58__ will set you apart and allow you to achieve your goal.   

          Start working toward your dreams daily. Get started by setting __59__ what your next step. Then take __60__ as you move closer to your goal daily.

    41. A. Abilities    B. Goals             C. Possibilities    D. Challenges

    42. A. get off             B. stick to           C. take off            D. attend to

    43. A. love                 B. strengthen      C. miss                 D. confuse

    44. A. disappointedly    B. unexpectedly     C. deliberately       D. daily

    45. A. knock over        B. get through    C. keep fit          D. put up

    46. A. arise                B. raise               C. appoint             D. turn

    47. A. separates          B. protects          C. shelters            D. deserts

    48. A. appointment    B. arrangement     C. stone                D. expectation

    49. A. produce                  B. ignore            C. reduce              D. strengthen

    50. A. choice             B. comment        C. preparation       D. promise

    51. A. provide            B. serve              C. offer              D. expect

    52. A. cause           B. make              C. have                 D. let

    53. A. solution            B. comfort          C. study                      D. adaptation

    54. A. blame              B. accept            C. meet                D. expect

    55. A. actually            B. otherwise       C. beforehand       D. after

    56. A. put                         B. build              C. get                   D. bring

    57. A. solved              B. focused          C. deserted           D. reduced

    58. A. what          B. that           C. which           D.why

    59. A. down            B. up                  C. about                      D. out

    60. A. trouble             B. behavior         C. plan                 D. action

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:23 入库时间:2015-12-08
    来源: 陕西省铜川市耀州中学2013-2014学年高一上学期期中考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

        The child in the hospital bed was just waking up after having a throat(喉咙)operation.

    His throat  26  ,and he was afraid. However, the young nurse  27 by his bed smiled so  28  that the little boy smiled back. He  29  to be afraid. The young nurse was May Paxton  30  she was deaf(聋的). May Paxton graduated  31   the Missouri School for the Deaf near the year 1909. Three years  32  she went to see Dr. Richardson about   33  nurse. Dr Richardson was one of the founders of Mercy Hospital of Kansas City.  34  had never heard of a deaf nurse. She told May that her  35  would be very low and that the work would be   36   . However, May said that hard work did not frighten her. Dr. Richardson was  37  her, and accepted May as a student nurse.

          Dr. Richardson never  38  her decision.   39  , she was so pleased with May’s work that she later accepted two other deaf women as student nurses. The  40  was Miss Marian Finch, who was hard of  41  . The second was Miss Lillie Bessie. These three were   42  “the silent angles(天使) of Mercy Hospital” during the  43  they worked there.

          Dr. Richardson often  44  her faith in the girls’ ability to learn nursing. She wrote to May, “For three years, you have been with us. It is wonderful to me that no man,   45   or child ever, to my knowledge, made a complaint(投诉)against you.”

    26. A. cut             B. hurt              C. wounded         D. damaged

    27. A. standing       B. jumping        C. lying              D. crying

    28. A. shyly          B. sadly            C. cheerfully        D. weakly

    29. A. continued     B. began           C. stopped           D. forgot

    30. A. for              B. so               C. and                D. but

    31. A. as               B. from              C. with              D. in

    32. A. later            B. before             C. ago               D. then

    33. A. seeking        B. changing          C. hiring           D. becoming

    34. A. You             B. She                C. We               D. He

    35. A. money          B. check              C. pay              D. price

    36. A. easy              B. disappointing    C. joyful          D. difficult

    37. A. angry with      B. satisfied with    C. sorry for       D. ashamed of

    38. A. regretted        B. thought of        C. liked            D. believed

    39. A. In fact           B. In a hurry         C. In surprise     D. In public

    40. A. one               B. others             C. first             D. other

    41. A. reading          B. hearing            C. listening        D. writing

    42. A. offered           B. chosen            C. told              D. called

    43. A. year               B. month            C. time             D. term

    44. A. spoke of          B. said               C. heard of         D. noticed

    45. A. person            B. woman           C. boy               D. girl

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类
  • 难度: 使用次数:26 入库时间:2015-12-05
    来源: 山东省沂源一中2014-2015高二下学期阶段性考试试题 Word版含答案.doc

        Children and young people tend to have certain role models – people they want to be like when they grow   41  . Though   42  children would have wished to copy their mother, father or a (n)   43   relative, gradually these role models are thought of as famous people or popular   44  . People have different opinions about   45  popular stars or other famous people are good role models for children. Charming models, such as Katie Price, are often   46   and thought highly of by young girls. This is the biggest worry of parents and teachers. They wish to   47   their children to have the concept (概念) that success is achieved through hard work and   48    rather than an attractive looking.

        Most people tend to grow up to be those   49   are close to home — their parents or family friends. Some decide to be like their favorite teacher. A child who loves to   50   may want to grow to be the next Picasso or Van Gogh; Someone who loves to   51    might imagine themselves as a famous writer; if a child enjoys dancing, he or she   52   well admire a famous dancer, but this is not the   53  . A lot of dance students wish to be like their   54    teacher.

        Therefore, the job of a teacher is   55    just providing knowledge of a given subject. They should be able to   56   their students’ trust and    57    them well. Helping youngsters to learn from models, to learn how to accept   58   with grace(优雅) and losing with respect, is central to any parent’s or teacher’s job. Manners are very important and a dance teacher can   59   his or her position and influence to   60   good behaviors to youngsters.

    41. A. younger              B. older           C. stronger                  D. taller

    42. A. at least                 B. at last                 C.  at first                        D. at most

    43. A. favorite              B. generous              C. ordinary                D. humorous

    44. A. fans                     B. dancers                   C. singers                    D. stars

    45. A. that                      B. why                          C. whether                D. if

    46. A. awarded               B. admired             C. admitted               D. afforded

    47. A. encourage              B. receive                  C. hold                       D. ignore

    48. A. luck                     B. imagination               C. effort                           D. effect

    49. A. what                    B. which                        C. that                        D. who

    50. A. read             B. sing               C. write               D. draw

    51. A. write                    B. read                         C. travel                      D. think

    52. A. should                  B. may                          C. must                            D. need

    53. A. deal                      B. trouble                     C. matter                  D. case

    54. A. dance                     B. music                   C. art                                D. piano

    55. A. better than           B. less than           C. more than             D. rather than

    56. A. receive                 B. lose                         C. gain                       D. accept

    57. A. communicate with                          B. keep up with 

    C. come up with                                  D. catch up with

    58. A. challenging      B. falling                   C. failing                     D. winning

    59. A. make use of         B. lose control of          C. take charge of        D. get rid of

    60. A. turn                       B. press               C. introduce               D. push

    题型:完型填空  知识点:社会现象类