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2014 届高考英语二轮专题提升:完形填空
1.阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入的空白 处的最佳选项。

Beware of those who use the truth to deceive. When someone tells you something that is 36 , but leaves out important information that should be 37 , he can create a false

impression. For example, someone might say, “I just 38 I took that dollar ticket back to the store and This guy’s a winner, hundred 41 40 a hundred dollars on the lottery. It was great.

39 it in for one hundred dollars!”

? Maybe, maybe not. We then discover that he bought two 42 !

, and only one was a winner. He’s really a big 43

He didn’t say anything that was

, but he deliberately left out some important 44 . 45 , but they are just as not 46 .

That’s called a half-truth. Half-truths are not technically Untrustworthy candidates in 47

campaigns often use this tactic(策略,手段). Let’s

say that during Governor Smith’s last term, her state lost one million jobs and 48 three million jobs. Then she 49 another term. One of her opponents runs an ad 51 50 , “During Governor

Smith’s term, the state lost one million jobs!” That’s true.

, an honest statement would

have been, “During Governor Smith’s term, the state had a net gain of 52 million jobs.” Advertisers will sometimes use half-truths. It’s 53 the law to make false claims so they try to mislead you with the 54 . An ad might boast, “Nine out of ten doctors recommend Yucky 55 to mention that they only asked ten doctors and nine of

Pills to cure nose pimples.” It

them work for the Yucky Corporation. This kind of deception happens too often. It’s a sad fact of life: Lies are lies, and sometimes the truth can lie as well. 36. A. false 37. A. included B. true B. contained C. interesting C. involved D. boring D. referred

38. A. lost 39. A. changed 40. A. right 41. A. books 42. A. winner 43. A. true 44. A. details 45. A. stories 46. A. pleasant 47. A. political 48. A. stopped 49. A. seeks 50. A. writing

B. found B. took B. well B. papers B. loser B. real B. information B. truth B. exciting B. commercial B. found B. gets B. reading

C. donated C. turned C. really C. tickets C. fighter C. doubtful C. mistakes C. facts C. honest C. personal C. avoided C. achieves C. saying C. In fact C. three B. to

D. won D. made D. though D. balls D. thinker D. false D. errors D. lies D. clever D. public D. gained D. searches D. speaking D. This way D. four C. against D. in

51. A. Otherwise B. However 52. A. one 53. A. for 54. A. words 55. A. fails 2. B. facts B. tries B. two

C. data C. manages

D. truth D. plans

On Friday morning, I was waiting in the corridor with my class for the physics exam. Glancing back from the front of the queue, I found my best friend Terry, who was treating me like I didn’t exist during the past two weeks, 36 all my calls and messages. With all the students seated in the exam room, Mr. Reed, our physics teacher, talked to the class and announced the exam. I hated physics and felt it hard to 37 my paper. I was just

looking up when a 38 caught my eye. I could hardly believe it! Terry had her phone on her left knee and she was reading from it. Is that how Terry always got good 39 ? I almost put my hand up to tell the teacher, but what would everyone else think of her? However, it wasn’t 40 nodded to Mr. Reed. He walked 41 ! So I

down the row of tables. Terry was busy with her phone so

that she didn’t even find Mr. Reed had 42 her. She looked up from her phone with a frightened expression. Before she had a chance to explain, Mr. Reed took her 43 and told her to leave the room. Terry started crying as she walked to the door, looking back over her shoulder at me, sad and ashamed. After the exam, I received a text message from Terry, saying “I’m really 44 that I’ve been avoiding you lately but it’s been the hardest two weeks of my life. My dad has a heart attack and he’s been in hospital. He has a(n) 45 today and I am really worried. I know it is stupid, but I

was trying to send a text message to my mum to see how it was going. Then Mr. Reed caught me and thought I was 46 . I wish I’d told you what’s been happening. I know I shouldn’t 47 who my friends are. Will you forgive me?” At these words, from my deep heart sprang up a burst of guilt along with the belief: Friendship is an honor and a gift, and worth the effort to treasure. 36. A. ignoring 37. A. hand out 38. A. mistake 39. A. spirits 40. A. serious 41. A. silently 42. A. left 43. A. advice 44. A. sorry 45.A. competition 46. A. learning 47. A. mind B. receiving B. give up B. movement B. preparations B. difficult B. nervously B. reached B. guidebook B. angry B. interview B. cheating B. forgive C. answering C. throw away C. mark C. grades C. fair C. happily C. passed C. place C. glad C. speech C. relaxing C. forget D. preserving D. concentrate on D. sentence D. questions D. helpful D. bravely D. followed D. paper D. lucky D. operation D. calling D. persuade

3.阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给出的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项。 My friends and I had just finished lunch at a hotel when it started to pour 1 . When it became lighter, I decided to get my car, which was 2 at my office three streets away. My friends argued that I shouldn’t go, mainly because I was seven months pregnant then. I assured them that I’d be very 3 . I walked out of the 4 and started making my way to the car. At the traffic junction, a van stopped and the passenger got off with an umbrella. Before I knew what was happening, he walked right beside me and told me he’d escort(护送) me to my 5 . I was very embarrassed and declined(辞谢), but he was very 6 . During our 7 , he kept telling me to walk slower, as the ground was 8 . When we got to the car park, I 9 him and we parted ways. I did not get his 10 and may not even recognise him now. Did he 11 stop for me? I’ll never know. So how did I pay it forward? I was at home when I 12 two Indian construction workers walking in the heavy rain. They were probably on their way to the construction 13 near my estate, which was a long walk in. I went out and passed them an umbrella. I told them they should take the umbrella and 14 it. They were very grateful and like me, probably wondered why a 15 was offering such kindness. 1. A. hardly B. slightly C. heavily D. slowly

2. A. parked 3. A. successful 4. A. storm 5. A. destination 6. A. cautious 7. A. talk 8. A. rough 9. A. thanked 10. A. umbrella 11. A. obviously 12. A. watched 13. A. equipment 14. A. keep 15. A. passer-by 4.

B. locked B. careful B. garage B. home B. diligent B. trip B. wet B. left

C. broken C. joyful C. office C. office C. persistent C. walk C. messy C. waved D. greeted D. name

D. repaired D. stressful D. hotel D. company D. reluctant D. work D. dirty

B. appearance B. accidently B. noticed B. stage B. carry B. stranger

C. address C. really C. searched C. object

D. purposely D. heard D. site

C. have

D. return D. woman

C. man

Behind our house is the start of a fascinating trail (小径). This trail is one of the old roads that wind through untold miles of forest. My 1 , Beans, and I walk the trail frequently. Normally, Beans sniffs alongside the 2 to him. Beans is a white dog, quite handsome and very 4 . He not only understands what we tell him, but also often makes sounds as if he were trying to 5 back. One morning, we took a different route, which led us to a(n) would eventually lead us to our familiar 7 6 trail. I was sure this trail to follow the smell of a deer track or 3 some cause known only

. But, no. We seemed to be far off course. After two the way home. So I urged, "Beans, take me

hours, I suddenly realized that Beans probably 8

home." He ran down a new trail. But it merely led to an intersection (岔道口) of trails. Soon it became 9 that we were getting nowhere. I began to picture the rest of the day in the 10 , without food or drink. We had walked about ten miles. But Beans seemed totally 11 . The sniffing and exploring was going well for him. Finally, we 12 a crossroad near a highway. Lady Luck suggested I should turn left. We did and 13 reached a cottage beside a field. I knocked on the door and explained my situation to an old

man. He laughed and then 14 us home. Since our adventure, I 15 that Beans probably knew all along how to get home. He was just having too much fun exploring new trails. 1. 2 A. deer B. dog C. lady D. man A. route B. road C. trail D. way

3. 4. 5. 6 7. 8. 9.

A. imagine B. consider A. smartB. sweet

C. explore D. present C. slow D. shy

A. turn B. kick C. jump D. speak A. unfamiliar A. driveway B. similar C. Indifferent D. changeable B. path C. crossroad D. made D. highway

A. knew B. saw C. showed A. mysterious

B. ridiculous C. fascinating D. apparent

10. A. house

B. forest C. field D. cottage

11. A. unconcerned B. unconscious C. Undecided D . uncomfortable 12. A. left for B. went off C. came to D. drove toward

13 A. punctually B. frequently C. formally D. shortly 14. A. walked B. drove C. sent D. carried

15. A. regretted B. remembered C. concluded D. confirmed 5.阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出最佳选项。 It was a freezing November night and the stars shone coldly as I walked through the deserted town of Wick with my heavy overnight bag. It was the third time I'd ____1____ the streets looking for somewhere—anywhere—to stay. But there was no sign of ___2____, even the pubs were shut. I ___3___ to wrap my scarf round my neck. "Five more hours before the next train to Thurso," I thought ____4___, picturing a sleepless night on the streets. Then suddenly I heard a ____5___ behind me:"What's up, laddie? Need some help?" It was from an old man called Robert MacDougal who noticed me huddle(卷缩)in the street on his way home. When I ____6___ my situation he ____7___ offered shelter for the night. At first I was___8___. I''d learnt from experience not to trust ___9____, having been robbed once in London. That ___10___ had left its mark, but it soon became clear that Robert sincerely desired to help. Wick was a small town and ____11___ I wasn't a local. It was also obvious that I needed a place to sleep. I ____12____ Robert back to a small cottage where we sat in front of a warm fire and had a little chat about Wick and Robert. Robert was a ___13___. He had three children and several grandchildren, but most of them had moved away. I began to ____14____ why Robert was glad of some company. After a peaceful night on an old sofa, I got up at 4:30 a.m. To catch my ____15____, leaving behind a note of thanks. Today I sometimes think about Wick, and wonder if Robert is still there. I'll always remember with gratitude his simple act of kindness. 1. A.hunted for B.go through C.walked round D.twisted up

2. A.life 3. A.continued


C.tourism C.paused

D.trust D.managed D.unbelievably

B.attempted B.desperately

4. A.enthusiastically 5. A.voice 6. A.introduced 7. A.unwillingly 8. A.considerate 9. A.strangers 10. A.accident 11. A.strangely 12. A.watched 13. A.widower 14. A.understand 15.A.dream

C.delightedly D.speech

B.remark B.explained B.reluctantly B.suspicious B.elders B.coincident B.apparently B.attracted B.father

C.sound C.exposed

D.mentioned D.immediately D.curious D.robbers D.incident D.naturally D.directed D.survivor D.analyze

C.automatically C.reasonable C.adults C.evidence C.luckily C.followed C.husband C.know D.train

B.acknowledge B.flight C.bus

6.阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中,选出最佳选项。 I was driving home with my 8-year-old son after a trip to the grocery store. Traffic was light. The sun was shining. A cool autumn breeze was in the air. I was 1 singing along to the

song playing on the radio. I pulled to a stop at the intersection and looked both ways. The road was 2 . I slowly started to make a right turn when 3 a car rounded a curve at high speed and came straight at me. I stamped on the breaks of my car killing the engine in the process. The speeder 4 past my dead car missing me by inches without even slowing down. Before I knew it a stream of dirty words was flying from my lips, chasing after the car and its driver. I then looked over to my son who was staring up at me 5 . With a red face and an 6 smile I started the car, pulled back onto the road, and headed home. Later that evening I was reading a book when I heard certain, 7 words coming from my son’s bedroom. He was replaying the incident over and over in his mind and 8 enough to make a sailor blush. Too late I realized the power of those words that had flown from my lips in that moment of 9 . It took a lot of talks about good language and bad language with my 10 to undo the damage of that one incident. That 11 , however, did teach me just how 12 words can be. It helped me to swear off swearing in my own life and to start using 13 that uplift and inspire instead. I slowly 14 that language is a gift from God and should be used to make our world better rather than 15 . I pray that all of your words today are full of love, joy, happiness, and light. 1.A.hurriedly 2.A. clear B. quietly B. crowded C. loudly C. smooth D. lazily D. long

3.A. gradually 4.A. walked 5.A. innocently 6.A. pretended 7.A. confident 8.A. training 9.A. difficulty 10.A. son 11.A. evening 12.A. polite 13.A. acts 14.A. admitted 15.A. safer

B. slowly B. dragged B. differently B. confused B. unpleasant B. promising B. peace B. heart B. moment B. clean B. words B. noticed B. slower

C. silently C. zoomed C. cautiously C. embarrassed C. familiar C. explaining C. anger C. friend C. attempt C. strong C. examples C. realized C. dirtier

D. suddenly D. crawled D. suspiciously D. pleased D. straightforward D. swearing D. hurry D. driver D. mistake D. valuable D. pictures D. suspected D. worse

1.36. B 37. A 38. D 39. C 40. A 41. C 42. B 43. D 44. B 45. D 46. C 47. A 48. D 49. A 50. C 51. B 52. B 53. C 54. D 55. A

2.36-40 ADBCC 41-45 ABDAD 46-47 BC

3.1-5 CABDA

6-10 CCBAD

11-15 DBDAB

4.1--5 BCCAD 6---10 ABADB 11---15 ACDBC

5.1. C 2.A 3.C 4.B 5.A 6. B 7.D 8.B 9.A 10.D 11.B 12.C 13.A 14.A 15.D

6.1-5 BADCA 6-10 CBDCA 11-15 DCBCD

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