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专题滚动检测(四) (限时:37 分钟 时态和语态+完形填空+阅读理解 1 篇) Ⅰ.用所给动词的适当形式填空 1.(2013· 江苏高考)“Never for a second,” the boy says, “________(do) I doubt that my father would come to my rescue.” 2.(2013· 江苏高考)—What ab

out your selfdrive trip yesterday? —Tiring! The road is being widened, and we ________ (have) a rough ride. 3. (2013· 江西高考)I ________ (come) to visit you later that day, but I had to phone and cancel. 4.(2013· 辽宁高考)At no time ________(do) they actually break the rules of the game.It was unfair to punish them. 5.(2013· 辽宁高考)We are confident that the environment ________ (improve) by our further efforts to reduce pollution. 6.(2013· 山东高考)I didn't think I'd like the movie, but actually it ________ (be) pretty good. 7. (2013· 陕西高考)Jim ________(watch) a latenight film at home when, right in the middle of a thrilling scene, the television went blank. 8.(2013· 上海高考)Bob called to tell his mother that he couldn't enter the house, for he ________ (leave) his key at school. 9.(2013· 上海高考)The school board is made up of parents who ________ (elect) to make decisions about school affairs. 10.(2013· 四川高考)Hurry up, kids! The school bus ________ (wait) for us! 11.(2013· 新课标卷Ⅱ)We ________ (leave) very early so we packed the night before. Ⅱ.语法填空(用所给单词的适当形式完成下列短文) A (2014· 东北四市联考)It was getting dark when I 1.________ (get) home.It was cold and I 2.________ (wear) a coat.I walked up to the door and put my hand into my pocket to take out the key, but I couldn't find it.I suddenly remembered that I 3.________ (leave) it on my desk in the office.It really didn't make any difference.I knew my wife 4.________ (be) at home and the children must have come back from school by now, so I 5.________ (knock) at the door.There was no answer.I 6.________ (continue) knocking at the door for some time.I 7.________ (get) angry.Then I remembered something the office boy 8.________ (tell) me at noon.He said that my wife 9.________ (phone) saying that she 10.________ (go) shopping in the afternoon with the children.It seemed that nothing 11.________ (can do) and I 12.________ (shut) out of my house. B Welcome to our school.I'd like to introduce plans for our school to you. A lot of work 1.________ (do) in the past few years. The library 2.________ (complete) and is ready for use.But we'll still have to do more work.A new biology lab 3.________ (build) this year.But we don't have enough money for the equipment. Students in all grades 4.________ (collect) money.The money which is collected 5.________ (spend) on new equipment.At present, a plan 6.________ (make) for a party at the end of the term, at which wonderful performances 7.________ (put) on. The gardens of the school 8.________ (improve) this year.New trees 9.________ (plant) which will soon give shade in summer.The whole school 10.________ (paint) during the summer holidays.In fact, our school is becoming more and more beautiful. Ⅲ.完形填空

(2014· 太原高三第二次质检)A wave of recent research has pointed to the risks of over praising a child.And it seems that how to draw a line between too little and too much praise has become a highpressure __1__ for parents. Selfesteem (自尊) serves as a kind of tool to measure how much children feel valued and accepted by __2__.This sensitivity to others' __3__ develops because of humans' need for social

acceptance, which is considered to be __4__ to survival.As early as age 8, children's selfesteem tends to rise and fall in response to feedbacks about __5__ peers see them as likable or attractive.__6__, it can also be beneficial for kids to feel bad about themselves occasionally, if they behave in selfish, mean or hurtful ways that might __7__ their ability to maintain relationships or hold a job in the future. In the past, many parents and educators believed that high selfesteem __8__ happiness and success, and kids could gain selfesteem simply by getting __9__ and awards from their parents, teachers and people around.But recently researchers have found selfesteem doesn't __10__ these desired results.Instead, if parents praise their kids __11__, their selfesteem becomes focused on being very smart, being the best and being perfect. Building too much selfesteem of the children cannot go as planned, making them feel __12__ later on when they hit setbacks (挫折). According to some experts, it can actually be good for kids to have __13__ selfesteem, at least once in a while.And praise can be __14__ if it disregards the world outside the home.Children who have a __15__ understanding of how they are seen by others tend to get recovered more readily __16__ disappointment, depression or the like.The best path is a __17__ road, helping children develop a positive but __18__ view of themselves in relation to others by praising them for the __19__ they invest and behavior they are able to sustain, like “It's __20__ that you're working so hard on your homework.” 1.A.balancing B.crashing C.forcing D.embarrassing 2.A.themselves B.parents C.others D.teachers 3.A.views B.envies C.favors D.blames 4.A.irrelevant B.similar C.important D.sensitive 5.A.when B.whether C.how D.where 6.A.Indeed B.Otherwise C.Therefore D.However 7.A.improve B.damage C.change D.develop 8.A.promised B.delayed C.purchased D.ruined 9.A.support B.help C.challenge D.praise 10.A.settle down B.work out C.give away D.bring about 11.A.rarely B.carefully C.constantly D.casually 12.A.worse B.stronger C.better D.madder 13.A.high B.much C.low D.little 14.A.powerful B.harmful C.grateful D.stressful 15.A.practical B.limited C.basic D.perfect 16.A.with B.to C.about D.from 17.A.straight B.smooth

C.middle D.rough 18.A.general B.realistic C.different D.negative 19.A.talent B.time C.money D.effort 20.A.necessary B.awesome C.worthless D.awful Ⅳ.阅读理解 A group called Story Pirates goes into schools and performs shows for children. But these shows are based on stories written by the children themselves. The grownups are there to help them become better writers. The Story Pirates are active in more than 200 schools across the United States. Their method is designed to help children learn about the purpose and structure of writing. Actors and teachers help students write stories. The children feel the pride of ownership in their work and may get to see their stories performed. About 200 actors and teachers are members of the Story Pirates. It involves two visits to a school. On the first visit, the teachers and actors hold a writing workshop (研讨会) at a student gathering. They help students express their ideas. The Story Pirates is not just a creativity and selfconfidencebuilding program. It is a writing program. And they focus on elements (要素) of structure and style as broad as conflicts (冲 突) and creative conflict resolution, and as detailed as grammar. After about a month, the Story Pirates return to the school. This time, they perform the stories they have chosen and prepared for the stage. They sing, dance, and tell jokes — whatever they can do to make the experience fun. Ann Ledo is the arts director for a school, where most of the students are black and poor. She says, “The work of the actors is an important part of the children's education. As a school that has a focus on the arts, we bring the Story Pirates in to further our students' experience.” Some educators may think of the importance currently placed on testing in schools, and wonder how they can measure the effects of a program like this. But Ann Ledo praises the results. She says, “It really is a magical moment when the kids see their stories come to life.” 1.What is the purpose of the Story Pirates? A.To get inspiration from school children. B.To help the grownups to create more stories. C.To help school children to improve their writing skills. D.To encourage school children to be writers when they grow up. 2.From Paragraph 2 we can learn that ________. A.the teachers and actors pay several visits to each school B.the children can build confidence during the process of the activity C.a writing workshop will be held after the performance D.the children are asked to perform the stories 3.What happens at the writing workshop? A.The teachers write the stories. B.The actors give acting classes. C.The students are chosen for the performance. D.The ideas of stories are expressed by the students. 4.The forms of the performance include the following EXCEPT ________. A.films B.songs C.dances D.jokes

Ⅰ.1.did 2.had 3.was coming 4.did 5.will be improved 6.was 7.was watching 8.had left 9.have been elected 10.is waiting 11.were leaving Ⅱ. A 1.got 2.was wearing 3.had left 4.was 5.knocked 6.continued 7.was getting 8.had told 9.had phoned 10.would go 11.could be done 12.would be shut

B 1.has been done 2.has been completed 3.is being built 4.are collecting 6.is being made 7.will be put 8.are being improved 9.are being planted 10.is going to be painted 母来说已经成为一件有很大压力的事情。此处用 balancing 表示“平衡”。

5.will be spent

Ⅲ.1.解析:选 A 如何在表扬得太少与太多之间画一条线,使二者之间达到平衡,这对父 2.解析:选 C 自尊是一种衡量孩子感觉到被其他人重视和尊重的程度的工具。此处用 others 表示没有具体所指的“其他人”。 3.解析:选 A 这里用 views 表示“观点,看法”,指前面提到的“how much children feel valued and accepted by __2__”,即别人对孩子的看法。 4.解析:选 C 社会认同感对生存来说很重要(important),因此选 C。 5.解析:选 B 孩子的自尊心会随着同龄人对他们是否可爱或者有吸引力的反馈意见而 上下波动。因此用 whether 引导这个宾语从句。 6.解析:选 D 前面说孩子会很重视同龄人对他们的反馈意见,后文说孩子偶尔觉得自 己做得不好, 这样可能对孩子有好处, 因此这里表示转折关系, 用 however 表示“但是, 然而”。 7.解析:选 B 孩子们偶尔会有自私、吝啬或者伤害他人的表现,这样的表现对他们维 持良好的关系或者找到一份工作的能力有不好的影响,因此选 B。 8.解析:选 A 以前,许多父母和教育者认为,自尊心强就预示着快乐和成功。此处用 promise 表示“使很可能,预示”。 9.解析:选 D 父母、老师和身边的其他人给孩子表扬和奖赏,他们就能获得自尊心。 下文中的“if parents praise their kids”也是提示。故选 D。 10.解析:选 D 最近研究人员发现自尊不能带来那些他们渴望的结果。与本段的第一句 呼应,这里用 bring about 表示“带来”。 11. 解析: 选 C 如果这样的话, 孩子就会关注“变得非常聪明、 变得最好和变得完美”, 因此这里说的是父母一直表扬孩子会产生的结果,用 constantly 表示“一直,重复不断地”。 12.解析:选 A 建立太多的自尊不能起到计划的作用,孩子们一旦遇到挫折,就会感觉 更糟糕(worse),因此选 A。 13. 解析:选 C 由“Building too much selfesteem”可知,此处应用 low。low selfesteem 相当于 not much selfesteem。 14.解析:选 B 如果忽视外面的世界,那么这样的表扬应该是有害的(harmful),因此选 B。 15.解析:选 A 孩子应该实际地了解别人对自己的看法。practical 表示“实际的”,符 合语境。 16.解析:选 D 与前面的“get recovered”呼应,应选 D 表示“从失望、沮丧或与之相似 的状态中恢复过来”。 17.解析:选 C 最好的办法是表扬不要太多,也不要太少,走“中间(middle)路线”, 因此选 C。 18.解析:选 B 培养孩子对自己的乐观的、实事求是的(realistic)看法,因此选 B。 19.解析:选 D 从四个选项和语境看,这里表示孩子在日常生活中投入的努力(effort),

因此选 D。 20.解析:选 B 这里是在表扬孩子的努力,因此选 B,意为“令人赞叹的”。 Ⅳ.1.解析:选 C 细节理解题。从文章第一段最后一句可知,该小组的目的是提高孩子们 的写作技能。 2.解析:选 B 推理判断题。根据文章第二段及第三段首句可推知,孩子们在这一活动 中能树立自信心。 3.解析:选 D 细节理解题。从文章第二段最后两句可知,在写作研讨会上学生表达出 他们关于故事的想法。 4.解析:选 A 细节理解题。从文章第四段最后一句可知,他们用演唱歌曲、表演舞蹈、 讲笑话等方式来进行表演。

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