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2016高考英语增分专练 语法填空集训(十一)


2016 高考英语语法填空集训(十一)
【增分专练】第二节 语法填空(共 10 个小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(不多于 3 个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。 Passage 1 I don’t know what it is. No matter___61____ I go to a post office and n

o matter where the post office is, I always find____62___ (me) standing in line behind someone who has a lot of business to do. One day, I had to buy a couple of stamps, but I had to wait behind an old lady who took fifteen minutes____63___(finish) a form that a child could do in one minute.____64____( feel) that I could not stand waiting in such a line any longer, I decided to join____65____ one. It seemed twice as ____66____as the first line, but at least it was moving. It turned out to be the worst choice I had ever made. As soon as I ____67___(lose)my place in the first line, the one I joined slowed to a stop. I had no choice___68____ to wait behind a schoolboy who was taking half an hour to choose a new set of postcards. At last it was my turn. I nearly jumped for joy. Then the clerk behind ___69____ counter, a middle-aged fat guy, stood up, pushed forward a printed sign saying “Position Closed” and ____70____(say) without a smile, “Sorry, going to lunch.”

Passage 2 Charity shops arc popular in the UK. The first charity shop__ 61_ ( be) opened by Oxfam

in 1947. Now there are over 7.000 charity shops in the UK. The shops sell different things from 62 old book to a famous brand handbag. Here are the reasons why T often go to charity shops First, things in charity shops are much _63 give things to charity shops 64 (cheap) than those in street stores. People

free. Most “the things have been used _65 they are well cleaned

and _66 (repair). So you cap buy useful things with less money in charity shop Second, people give their own thing to charity shops instead of 67 (throw ) them away Then other people who need the things buy them. It's good for the environment Third. 68 is for charity work that charity shops are set up. The money carned in charity

shops is for people in need, 69 (especial)for homeless and disabled people after the things in charity shops are sold, the owner will receive a letter telling him about that. That's the

main reason why people like charity shops. So I hope there will be more and more charity shops in other__ 70 (place)

Passage 3

Dad: OK, kid, what' s so important

61

we have to meet in secret? surprise party for

Daughter :Well, it' s about the 22nd of next month. I- d like to have 62

Mum but I need your help. I thought that maybe you could take her to a movie, you know, just the two of you. Then while you' re away I can decorate the family room lots of friends. Dad.-That _64_ (sound) great but how do I manage to get her back without 65 (go) out to dinner after the movie? Daughter: Oh, that' s easy. You just say that you want to pick me up in order to make it a family _66_ ( celebrate). After the movie is 67 , you send Mum in to get me and when she 63 invite

comes in the front door everyone shouts "Happy birthday" to surprise her. Dad: What about food? You don't have time to cook it 68 Daughter: I’ll order everything to be enjoying the movie. Dad: I'm so happy you have handled this so 70 (beauty). 69 (you) , do you?

(send) from the restaurant nearby while you are

Passage 4 You may like reading novels for fun.But you need to get 61 (organize) if you are reading a novel for school.Here _62 (be)anew tips. First, pay attention to characters . What do they do in the novel? What do they want? Everything—63 is about a character can help us to understand him, from his__64(appear) to the kind of food he eats. Besides, the order of the story and the plot are 65 (equal) important.Make sure that as you read, you make 66_ quick note of what happens in each chapter.This will help you bring

the things you have noticed about the character, setting, language and so on together.It's also an enormous help for you to retell the story after you have read it. Next, themes.They are ideas that a novel explores._67 is a must to get the hang of the

theme if you want to fully appreciate the novel.Perhaps love is a major theme, or justice, or 68 (survive) . Furthermore, novels are made up 69 language.Writers use language in a special way 70

(make) their novels work.They may use metaphors, invent symbols, or show different characters' personalities through their speech styles.

Passage 5 British families started going on holiday to the seaside around the middle of the 19 century. The 62 61 (invent)of the railways made this possible. The first holidaymakers
th

(be) quite rich and went for their health and education. The seaside was a place to cure

people of illness. And doctors recommended bathing in the sea and drinking sea water. At that time ordinary working people had very little time off work. 63 , in 1871, the government 64

introduced for “Bank Holidays”, that is national holidays. This allowed people (have) a day or two out now and then, 65

gave them a taste for leisure and seaside. At 66 special trip tickets on the railways.

first, they went on a day trip, taking advantage By the 1880s, 67

(rise) incomes meant that many ordinary workers and their families could 68 (build) for them.

have holiday ant the seaside. Welfare was reduced and cheap hotels Holidaymakers enjoy 69

(sit) on the beach, bathing in the sea and eating ice cream. Cheap 70 English seaside

entertainment was on offer and holidaymakers went to have fun. Today

remains popular with more than 18 million holidays taken there each year.

Passage 6 David will never forget what happened to him the day before yesterday. He 61 (eat)something

at home when he received a strange phone call from a hospital.The caller said that his son 62 (fall) to the ground unconscious on the way to schoo1 . It was he 63_ took him to the

hospital. David hung up his cell phone and rushed to his son’s classroom, only to find him listening to the teacher attentively . He suddenly realized that he had been cheated , but he felt 64

(relieve).Just at that time the phone rang again,saying,“Your son is in great danger and he needs 65 immediate operation which costs 48,000 yuan.The doctors here say they will not operate 66 your son until they receive the money.’’When 67 (ask) from where the caller

had taken his son to hospital,the caller rang off.David gave a big smile and said.“What a pity!” If the cheater thought he could get money from David in such a 68 (honest)way, he was

wrong.Such phone calls are common these days.A few of them might have fallen victims to such tricks.Most parents are sensitive to 69 .It was really silly to cheat well—educated men like David. Believe it or not,it’s a true story.The 70 (colleague)in his office can confirm it,

such as Tom,Peter and so on.

Passage 7 Presenter: Welcome to our programme. Today we have invited Fread Wocson, a driving instructor of over 20 years experience to talk to us about do you think 62 61 (learn) to drive. Well, Fread,

is getting expensive to learn to drive these days? 63 you come for a private instructor like me, it's going to be

Fread: Well, it depends. a bit 64

expensive than going to a big school. The thing is, people have usually

heard of the big school and trust them, so they'd rather spend more money on big schools. Well, I get customers through personal connections. Presenter: Does that mean you have to try hard to get customers? Fread: Not now, when I started I had to. But at the moment I am my prices are quite competitive. Presenter: Learning to drive is usually a nervous experience for think? Fread: Well, it 68 67 be. But I try to get them to sit quietly in the driver's seat for 69 (close), you will be surprised how it changed 70 (have) a few 66 (begin). What do you 65 (full) booked and

few moments. With their eyes

some people. They would feel much more ready for driving if they quiet moments. Presenter: Yes, I suppose some people are much more nervous than others. 2016 高考英语-语法填空集训(十一)答案 Passage 1 61. when 66. long Passage 2 61. was 66. repaired Passage 3 61.that 66.celebration 62.a 67.over 63.and 68.yourself 64.sounds 69.sent 65.going 62. an 67. throwing 63. cheaper 68. it 64. for 69. especially 62. myself 67. lost 63. to finish 68. but 64. Feeling 69. the

65. another 70. said

65. but 70. places

70.beautifully

Passage 4 61.organized 66.a Passage 5 61.invention 66.of Passage 6 61 was eating 66 on Passage 7 61. learning 66. beginners 62. it 67. might 63. If 68. a 64. less 69. closed 65. fully 70. had 62 had fallen 67 asked 63 who/that 68 dishonest 64 relieved 69 them 65 an 70 colleagues 62.were 67.rising 63.However 68.were built 64.to have 69.sitting 65.which 70.the 62.are 67.It 63.that 68.survival 64.appearence 69.of 65.equally 70.to make


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