山东德州 2014 届高考英语一轮复习完形填空加强训练 45
答案。 When I was thirteen, my family moved from Boston to Tucson, Arizona. 11 _ the move, my father 12 fire,
not Arizona.” The words, so small, didn’t seem 15 enough to hold my new life. But the world 16 _ change from 17 13 us in the living-room on a freezing January night. My sisters and I sat around the that the universe would suddenly change its course. “In May, we’re 14 to
changed and I awoke on a tram moving across the country. I watched the
green trees to flat dusty plains to high mountains as I saw strange new plants that mysteries yet to come. Finally, we arrived and 19 surroundings. One afternoon, I was out exploring 21 18 into our new home. 20
my older sisters were sad at the loss of friends, I
explored our new
and saw a new kind of cactus(仙人掌). I 22 that.”
crouched (蹲) down for a closer look. “You’d better not I turned around to see an old woman.
“Are you new to this neighborhood?” I explained that I was, “My name is Ina Thorne. Have you got used to life in the after living in Boston.” How could I explain how I 26 24
, new to the entire state. ? It must be quite a __25_
the desert? I couldn’t seem to find the right words. 27 you stand on the mountains overlooking
“It’s vastness,” she offered. “That vastness the desert---you can 28
how little you are in comparison with the world. __29 , you feel
that the possibilities are limitless.” That was it. That was the feeling I’d had ever since I’d first seen the mountains of my new home. Again, my 30 would change with just a few simple words.
“Would you like to come to my home tomorrow? Someone should teach you which plant you should and shouldn’t touch.” 11. A. During 12. A. gathered B. Until B. warned C. Upon C. organized D. Before D. comforted
13. A. hoping 14. A. going 15. A. good 16. A. picture 17. A. suggested 18. A. settled 19. A. If 20. A. bitterly 21. A. as well 22. A. move 23. A. of course 24. A. desert 25. A. luck 26. A. found 27. A. why 28. A. prove 29. A. However 30. A. idea
B. admitting B. moving B. simple B. ground B. solved B. walked B. After B. easily B. as usual B. dig B. in fact B. city B. doubt B. examined B. when B. guess B. Otherwise B. life
C. realizing C. driving C. big C. scene C. discovered C. hurried C. Once C. proudly C. right away C. pull C. after all C. state C. shock C. watched C. how C. sense C. Therefore C. home
D. believing D. flying D. proper D. area D. explained D. stepped D. While D. eagerly D. on time D. touch D. at least D. country D. danger D. reached D. where D. expect D. Meanwhile D. family
It was the last day of the final examination in a large eastern university. On the steps of one building, a group of engineering seniors gathered, discussing the exam due to begin in a few 26 . On their faces was confidence (自信). This was their last exam — then on to jobs. Some talked of jobs they already had; others talked of jobs they certainty of four years of college, they felt ready and able to take The coming exam, they knew, would be a(n) bring 31 30 29 28 get. With the 27 and
of the world.
task. The professor had said they could 32 each other,
books or notes they wanted, requesting only that they did not
during the test. 33 they entered the classroom. The professor passed out the papers. And smiles 34 on the students’ faces as they noted there were only five essay-type questions.
Three hours had passed
the professor began to collect the papers. The students no
longer looked confident. On their faces was a frightened expression. Papers in hand, no one spoke as the professor faced the class. He looked at the questions?” 37 36 faces before him, and then asked, “How many completed all five
a hand was raised.
“How many answered four?” Still no hands. “Three? Two?” The students moved restlessly in their seats. “One, then? Certainly somebody finished 38 .”But the class remained silent. 39 ,” he said. “I just want to The professor put down the papers. “That is exactly what I impress upon you that, many things about the relatively 44 .” The years have 26. A. seconds 27. A. interview 28. A. would 29. A. hold 30. A. interesting 31. A. no 32. A. listen to 33. A. Nervously 34. A. appeared 35. A. then 36. A. pleased 37. A. Not 38. A. all 39. A. wondered 40. A. right now 41. A. exam 42. A. valuable 43. A. pass 44. A. begun 45. A. forgot 45 the name of this professor, but not the lesson he taught. C. hours C. education C. have to C. charge C. easy C. any C. refer to C. Quickly C. froze C. before C. surprised C. Only C. one C. hated C. now that C. question C. common C. take C. failed C. strengthened D. days D. graduation D. used to D. place D. unusual D. all D. talk to D. Curiously D. stopped D. after D. moved D. Even D. it D. expected D even though D. college D. strange D. start D. succeeded D. weakened 42 40 41
you have completed four years of engineering, there are still you don’t know. These questions you couldn’t answer are 43 this
in everyday practice. ” Then smiling, he added, “You will all
course, but remember — even though you are now college graduates, your education has just
B. minutes B. discussion B. must B. control B. necessary B. either B. look at B. Joyfully B. changed B. as B. worried B. Once B. none B. enjoyed B. as though B. subject B. difficult B. fail B. completed B. remembered
3.阅读下列两段短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。
During the war, a fighter was shot down over the enemy occupied territory. Fortunately, the pilot got saved by a troop of nuns (修女) from a nearby convent (修道院). When he came to 48 , he found a woman leaning beside him.
It was Sister Maria, the nun in charge. She said to the pilot, “This convent is a teaching hospital. We’ve got many girls here, learning how to be got to follow very strict rules.” The pilot 50 to disguise himself as a nurse. He was not allowed to 51 with others. 49 . We’ll hide you here, but you’ve
By shaving twice a day, wearing a wig (假发) and a nurse’s a distance. It was a difficult life, though, 53
52 , he was able to fool anyone at
when one of the nursing students caught his eye.
She was very shy, turning away whenever she saw him glancing her way. One day, the pilot could no longer 54 it. He found the nurse cooking in the kitchen. He
crossed over to her and said, “Please don’t turn away. I’ve fallen in love with you.” He began to put his arms around the nurse. The “nurse” then said something with a gruff and husky voice that made the pilot step backward in 48. A. himself 49. A. doctors 50. A. allowed 51. A. play 52. A. smile 53. A. specially 54. A. stand 55. A. sadness B .them B. patients B. agreed B. work B. hat B. particularly B. insist B. joy 55 . C. it C. teachers C. hoped C. talk C. shoes C. usually C. manage C. astonishment D. her D. nurses D. advised D. live D. uniform D. seemingly D. make D. silence
4.阅读下列两段短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项。
The man was very sad. He knew that the cat’s days were wasn’t anything more that could be done to save the cat. The man touched the cat on his lap gently and sighed. The cat opened his eyes and looked up at the man. A tear 37 the man’s cheek and landed on the cat’s forehead. The cat gave him a 36 . The doctor had said there
slightly annoyed look. “Why do you cry, man?” the cat asked. “Because you can’t bear the thought of losing me?” The man 38 “Yes”.
“And where do you think I’ll be when I leave you?” the cat asked. The man shrugged helplessly. “Close your eyes, man,” the cat said. The man gave him a was told. “What color are my eyes and fur?” the cat asked. “Your eyes are gold and your fur is a rich, warm brown,” the man replied. “And where is it that you 40 see me?” asked the cat. 39 look, but did as he
“I see you … on the kitchen windowsill (窗台) watching the birds … on my favorite chair … on my desk lying on the papers I need … on the pillow next to my head at night.” “Then, whenever you wish to see me, all you must do is close your eyes,” said the cat. “ 41 that piece of string (细绳) from the floor.” The string was about two feet long and
the cat had been able to entertain himself for hours with it. “Now take each end of the string in one hand,” the cat ordered. The man did so. “The end in your left hand is my birth and the end in your right hand is my bring the two ends together,” the cat said. The man obeyed. “You have made a continuous 43 ,” said the cat. “Does any point along the string appear 44 the string and 42 . Now
to be different, worse or better than any other part of the string?” The man then shook his head “no”.
“Close your eyes again,” the cat said. “Now lick (舔) your hand.” The man widened his eyes in surprise. “Just do it,” the cat said. “Lick your hand, think of me in all my familiar places, think about all the pieces of string.” The Man felt 45 , licking his hand, but he did as he was told. He discovered what a cat
must know, that licking a paw is very calming and allows one to think more clearly. He continued licking and the corners of his 46 turned upward into the first smile he had shown in days. He
waited for the cat to tell him to stop, and when he stopped waiting and opened his eyes, the cat’s eyes were closed and the cat 47 .
One day, not long after, there was a new Cat on his lap. She was a lovely calico (花斑猫) very
different from his earlier beloved CAT while very much the same. 36. A. declared 37. A. fell down 38. A. trembled 39. A. questioning 40. A. definitely 41. A. Pick up 42. A. close 43. A. point 44. A. looked 45. A. unfortunate 46. A. eyes 47. A. put away B. exposed B. rolled down B. waved B. satisfying B. frequently B. Cut up B. start B. part B. noticed B. foolish B. nose B. passed away C. numbered C. brought down C. bent C. frustrating C. deliberately C. Wind up C. death C. piece C. checked C. willing C. ears C. broke away . D. accumulated D. knocked down D. nodded D. disappointing D. approximately D. Tie up D. conclusion D. circle D. watched D. positive D. mouth D. turned away
5.阅读下面短文，从短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中选出可以填入空白处
的最佳选项。 While the rest of the world is sleeping, my dad is dragging my warm covers off me so we won't be late for my 6 a.m. ice hockey game. What started aa a _36 is now my profession passion (激情), and 37 0f it would be possible without my dad. "Let's go, Brendan. You can do it!" 38 like that does not go unnoticed. Every game, no matter what the 39 is, my dad always says "Good game." and "You looked great out there." I'm 41 poorly, my dad will still be there for me._42
40 , know- ing that even if I make a mistake or
is one of thegreatest things anyone can have. My dad is my support, without _43 me to become something I'm not It was my dream to play hockey, and he just 44 me.
As I get older, 45 becomes fiercer. Each season brings a new schedule(计划表) with more thanthirty games, which my dad eagerly 46 . He gets as nervous as I do, but somehow rocks in his seat andkeeps 47 . He wants to yell (大喊大叫 ) and 48 like most hockey parents, 49 he is different. 50each game, we sit down to eat and go over things to work _51 he only tells me how proud he is of me. _52 in the future. Usually
all those early-moining games and later-afternoon
skates with Dad, I reallize how lucky I am t0
him. It's not easy gettmg up and driving to
rinks(溜冰场)at all hours. Mydad not only does that, but also helps me realize my dreams. I make sure that every game he attends,l play my 54 ,just to show him those 6 a.m. _55 did me some good. 36. A. gift 37. A. any B. job B. some C. hobby C. all C. Advice C. purpose C. confident C. practice C. Trust C. wishing C. guided C. direction C. plays C. cool C. scream C. so C. Beyond C．on C. Reminding C．meet C. quickest C. exercises D. behavior D. none D. Instruction D. effect D. comfortable D. learn D. Support D .forbidding D. pushed D. competition D. presents D. happy D. scold D. but D. Over D .off D. Enjoying D. know D. best D. movements
38. A. Encouragement B. Promise 39. A. goal 40. A.clear 41. A.play 42. A. Help 43. A. allowing 44. A. taught 45. A. position 46. A. joins 47. A. quiet 48. A. argue 49. A. therefore 50.A.Before 51.A．with 52. A. Remembering 53.A. get 54. A. cleverest 55. A. games . B. result B. careful B. run B. Love B. forcing B . ordered B. .condition B. attends . B. still B. call B. because B. After B．for B. Recog B．have B. worst B. sports
6.请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项。
A few weeks after my first wife, Georgia, was called to heaven, I was cooking dinner for my son and myself. For a 36 , I had decided on frozen peas. As I was cutting open the bag, it 37 38 everywhere. I tried to use a
from my hand and crashed to the floor. The peas, like marbles,
broom, 39 with each sweep they just rolled across the kitchen． For the next week, every time I was in the table leg. They kept and 42 40 , I found a pea---in a corner, or behind a
41 . Eight months later I pulled out the refrigerator to clean behind it,
12 frozen peas hidden underneath． 43 , I was in a new relationship with a 45 those peas
At the time I found those few remaining wonderful 44
I’d met in a support group. After we married, I was reminded 46
under the refrigerator, and realized that my
had been like that bag of frozen peas. It had
shattered. My wife had died; I was in a new city with a busy job, and with a son having trouble 47 his new surroundings and the 48 had come apart and scattered． When life gets you you’ll never 50 49 , when everything you know comes apart, and when you think 51 , of his mother. I was a bag of spilled frozen peas; my life
, remember that it’s just a bag of scattered frozen peas. The peas can be
and life will move on. You’ll find all the peas And when you’ve got them 53
52 , including the ones that are hardest to find.
you’ll start to feel whole again． 54 , and how fast you 55
The life you know can break apart at any time. But you’ll have to
collect your peas depends on you. Will you keep scattering them around with a broom, will you pick them up one by one and put your life back together? 36. A. drink 37. A. moved slipped 38. A. rubbed 39. A. but 40. A. bedroom storeroom 41. A. getting up 42. A. found 43. A. presents 44. A. man 45. A. of 46. A. wife B. turning up B. ate B. cans B. child B. for B. life C. taking up C. left C. vegetables C. woman C. with C. son B. rolled B. and B. living room C. grew C. although C. kitchen D. existed D. so D. B. fruit B. walked C. vegetable C. ran D. meat D.
D. using up D. planted D. peas D. boy D. in D. friend
47. A. turning to 48. A. thank 49. A. down 50. A. get it 51. A. grew 52. A. eventually 53. A. both 54. A. call on 55. A. while
B. leading to B. love B. near B. make it B. bought B. fortunately B. all B. put on B. because
C. adjusting to C. help C. close C. take it C. collected C. properly C. either C. bring on C. since
D. adding to D. loss D. wide D. leave it D. frozen D. specially D. each D. move on D. or
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