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高一英语下学期完型填空练习(15 篇) (一) 一 “This Friday we'll have the yearly Egg Drop Challenge,” said our science teacher, Mr. Baker. “You can work alone or with a partner.” My friend, Cassie, and I smi

led at each other. We always worked on projects 1 . The 2 of the challenge was simple—to build a protective container to keep an egg from breaking when 3 the stadium wall. I made my sandwich that afternoon while waiting for Cassie. 4 the butter-cream gave me an idea. “I have a brilliant design for our 5 container!” I said when Cassie arrived. “We can 6 the egg with some butter-cream.” “Why not put the egg in a basket with a parachute 7 ?” Cassie rolled her eyes. “The parachute is better than that stupid idea.” I couldn't believe it. Of course we'd had our little 8 in the past, but she'd never called any of my ideas “ 9 ” before. “Then I?ll build mine and you build yours!” 10 words had been out, our friendship was challenged. When Friday finally arrived, I had to 11 Cassie?s Egg Force One looked pretty good. 12 , my Egg-cellent Egg Cream didn't look quite scientific. We kids carried our containers up three stadium steps and dropped them over the side wall. Those whose eggs broke were out; those whose eggs survived 13 three more steps and dropped them again. This would go on till the last egg broke. After four rounds, only Cassie and I were 14 . I let go of my box. I heard someone say “ew” after seconds. Had my egg broken? I raced down the 15 . The sidewalk was dotted with egg shells(蛋壳) from those 16 drops. Finally I found my little Egg-cellent Egg Cream. “That looks like egg drop soup, Laura,” Cassie said. She was holding her Egg Force One. My 17 raced. Had she won? I looked at her basket. 18 . “My egg bounced (弹起) 19 ,” she explained, pointing to a broken shell. “A tie(平局),” Mr. Baker said. Cassie looked at me, and her glare(瞪眼) 20 . I laughed. She smiled… 1. A. patiently B. silently C. together D. alone 2. A. function B. goal C. reason D. result 3 . A. rolled down B. pushed against C. thrown at D. dropped over 4. A. Spreading B. Boiling C. Baking D. Holding 5. A. butter B. sandwich C. cream D. egg 6. A. protect B. replace C. carry D. mix 7. A. followed B. covered C. attached D. supported 8. A. ideas B. fights C. worries D. challenges 9. A. wrong B. stupid C. brilliant D. scientific 10. A. Since B. While C. But D. And 11. A. explain B. deny C. admit D. prove 12. A. Therefore B. Anyway C. Otherwise D. Besides 13. A. paced down B. turned around C. walked up D. went back 14. A. left B. wanted C. chosen D. discovered

B. way C. wall D. sidewalk B. unexpected C. failed D. desired B. hands C. feel D. heart B. Dirty C. Broken D. Empty B. out C. in D. down B. remained C. increased D. softened 二 It was a bitter, cold evening in northern Virginia. The old man?s beard was 1 by winter?s frost while he waited for a ride across the river. The wait seemed endless. Then he heard the weak sound of hooves(马蹄) advancing along the frozen path. 2 , he watched as several horsemen rounded the bend. He let the first one pass by, then another. As the last rider drew near where the old man sat, the old man 3 the rider?s eye and said, “Sir, would you mind giving an old man a ride to the other side of the river?” Reining(勒住) his horse, the rider replied, “Sure thing.” Seeing the old man unable to 4 his half-frozen body from the ground, the horseman helped the old man onto the horse and took him to his 5 . On the way, the horseman said: “Sir, I notice that you let several other riders pass by. I'm 6 why, on such a bitter winter night, you would wait and ask the last rider.” The old man looked at the rider and replied, “I know people pretty good. When I 7 the eyes of the other riders, I immediately saw there was no 8 for my situation. But when I looked into yours, kindness and compassion(同情) were obvious. I knew that your gentle spirit would give me help in my time of 9 .” Those heart-warming comments 10 the horseman deeply. “I'm most grateful for what you have said,” he told the old man. “May I never get too busy in my own affairs that I fail to respond to the needs of others with kindness and compassion.” 1. A. marked B. covered C. equipped D. filled 2. A. Happily B. Anxiously C. Appreciatively D. Confidently 3. A. stared B. looked C. caught D. attracted 4. A. lift B. carry C. rise D. jump 5. A. home B. company C. destination D. office 6. A. afraid B. excited C. delighted D. curious 7. A. got into B. ran into C. looked into D. broke into 8. A. concern B. worry C. envy D. doubt 9. A. trouble B. need C. danger D. difficulty 10. A. amazed B. promoted C. touched D. Benefited 三 In the past, man did not have to think about the protection of his environment. There were few people on the earth, and natural resources seemed to be 1 . Today things are 2 , the world has become too 3 . We are using up our natural resources too quickly, and at the same time we are 4 our environment with dangerous chemicals. If we continue to do this, human life on the earth 5 survive(生存). Everyone 6 today that if too many fish are taken from the sea, there will soon be none left. Yet, with modern fishing 7 , more and more fish are caught. We know that if too many trees

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are cut down, 8 will disappear and nothing will grow on the land. Yet, we bigger and more powerful machines to 10 more and more trees.

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We realize that if rivers are polluted with waste products from factories, we will die. 11 , in most countries wastes are 12 put into rivers or into the sea, and there are 13 laws to stop this. We know, too, that if the 14 of the world continues to rise at the present rate, in a few years there will not be enough 15 What can we do to solve these problems ? It we eat more vegetables and less 16 , there will be more food available for everyone. Land that is used to grow crops 17 five times more people than land where animals are kept. Our natural resources will 18 longer if we learn to recycle them. .

The world population will not rise so quickly if people use modern methods of birth 19

Finally, if we educate people to think about the problems, we shall have a better and clearer 20 in the future. 1 A. beautiful B. unlimited C. rare D. valuable 2.A. common B. the same C. changeable D. different 3.A. crowded B. small C. Dirty D. busy 4.A. protecting B. Saving C. Polluting D. fighting 5.A. may not B. will not C. shall not D. could not 6.A. wonders B. realizes C. consider D. discovers 7.A. poles B. boats C. methods D. ideas 8.A mountains B. the sea C. trees D. forests 9.A. Continue B. have C. ought D. go on 10.A. Grow B. plant C. save D. cut down 11.A. Thus B. However C. Generally speaking D. Therefore 12.A. still B. even C. Also D. certainly 13.A. too many B. a few C. some D. few 14.A. production B. pollution C. population D. revolution 15.A. houses B. vegetables C. food D. lives 16.A. Fruit B. meat C. fish D. grain 17.A. feeds B. increases C. supplies D. helps 18.A. use B. stay C. keep D. last 19.A. Control B. born C. Plan D. reward 20. A. nature B. sea C. planet D. Forest 四 When I was thirteen, my family moved from Boston to Tucson, Arizona. __1__the move, my father __2__us in the living-room on a freezing January night. My sisters and I sat around the fire, not __3 __ that the universe would suddenly change its course. “In May, we′re__4__ to Arizona.” The words, so small, didn't seem 5 enough to hold my new life. But the world changed and I awoke on a tram moving across the country.1 watched the 6 change from

green trees to flat dusty plains to high mountains as I saw strange new plants that _7__ mysteries yet to come. Finally, we arrived and __8__ into our new home. __9__ my older sisters were sad at the loss of friends, I _10 _explored our new surroundings. One afternoon, I was out exploring 11 and saw a new kind of cactus(仙人掌). I crouched(蹲)down for a closer look. “You'd better not 12 that” I turned around to see an old woman. “Are you new to this neighborhood?” I explained that I was, __13__,new to the entire state. “My name is Ina Thorne.” Have you got used to life in the __14__? It must be quite a __15 __ after living in Boston.” How could I explain how I 16 the desert? I couldn?t seem to find the right words. “It?s vastness,” she offered. “That vastness __17__ you stand on the mountains overlooking the desert—you can __18__ how little you are in comparison with the world. __19__, 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 20 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.” 1. A. During B. Until C. Upon D. Before 2. A. gathered B. warned C. organized D. comforted 3 . A. hoping B. admitting C. realizing D. believing 4. A. going B. moving C. driving D. flying 5. A. good B. simple C. big D. proper 6. A. picture B. ground C. scene D. area 7. A. suggested B. solved C. discovered D. explained 8. A. settled B. walked C. hurried D. stepped 9. A. If B. After C. Once D. While 10. A. bitterly B. easily C. proudly . D. eagerly 11. A. as well B. as usual C. right away D. on time 12. A. move B. dig C. pull D. touch 13. A. of course B. in fact C. after all D. at least 14. A. desert B. city C. state D. country 15. A. luck B. doubt C. shock D. danger 16. A. found B. examined C. watched D. reached 17. A. why B. when C. how D. where 18. A. prove B. guess C. sense D. expect 19. A. However B. Otherwise C. Therefore D. Meanwhile 20. A. idea B. life C. home D. family


He has been called the“missing link”—half man,half beast(野兽).He is supposed to live in the highest mountain in the world—Mount Everest. He is known as the Abominable Snowman(喜马拉雅山雪人).The 1 of the Snowman has existed 2 .Climbers in the 1920s reported finding marks like those of human on the side of the Mount Everest.The native people said they 3 this creature and called it “the Yeti” and they said they had 4 yeti on two occasions 5 none has ever been produced as evidence.

Over the years,the story of the Yeti has 6 .In 1951,Eric Shipton took photographs of a set of tracks in the snow of Everest.Shipton believed that they were not 7 the tracks(足迹) of a money or bear and 8 that the Abominable Snowman might really 9 . Further efforts have been made to find out about yetis.But the only things people have ever found were 10 footprints.Most people believe the footprints are nothing more than 11 animals? tracks,which had been made 12 as they melted ane refroze (再结冰)in the snow. 13 ,in 1964, a Russian scientist said that the Abominable Snowman was 14 and was a remaining link with the prehistory(史前的) humans. But 15 ,no evidence has ever 16 been produced. These days, only a few people continue to take the story of the Abominable Snowman 17 .But if they ever 18 catching one, they may face a real 19 : would they put it in a 20 or give it a room in a hotel? 1. A.story B.event C.description D.adventure 2.A.too long B.some time C.many years D.many centuries 3.A.cared for B.heard from C. heard of D.read about 4.A.certainly B.probably C.hardly D.even 5.A.though B.as C.until D.when 6.A.occurred B.continued C.developed D.changed 7 A.clearly B.hardly C.simply(仅仅) D.seriously 8.A.felt B.found C.doubted D.sure 9.A.disappeared B.exist C.escape D.return 10.A.more B.rare C.possible D.less 11.A.ordinary B.frightening C.sharp D.recently 12.A.rough B.strange C.large D.deep 13.A.However B.At first C.After all D.Therefore 14.A.special B.imagined C.real D.familiar 15.A.instead B.so C.beside D.again 16.A.actually B.particularly(尤其) C.rightly D.lightly 17.A.properly B.seriously C.funny D.jokingly 18.A.insist on B.succeed in C.join in D.depend on 19.A.subject B.problem C.situation D.decision 20.A.mountain B.lab C.zoo D.museum 六 Mr. Brown, the wife of a famous doctor, was good at cooking. Once the Browns invited some of their friends to lunch. Mrs. Brown thought it was a good chance for her to 1 how wonderfully she could cook, so she 2 a new way of cooking a fish dish. She was quite pleased with herself when the dish was 3 . “I have never cooked such 4 dish before!” she thought. As the dish was very 5 she put it near the open window to cool for a few minutes. But, several minutes 6 , when she came back 7 it, she was shocked(震惊) to find the neighbor?s cat, Chester, at the dish. She was in time to stop the cat 8 it was too late. When all the guests sat, the dinner began. The fish dish 9 really wonderful and everyone 10 it very much. They talked and laughed 11 four o?clock. At the end of the afternoon, when she was alone again, Mrs. Brown felt 12 but also

happy. She sat in a chair near a window to have a 13 . She happened to look down 14 the window, and saw something 15 a little animal in the garden. “Oh, it is Chester. Dear, she is dead! Why? The fish dish must be bad! What will 16 to my friends?” she was frightened. Immediately she telephoned her husband for 17 . The doctor told her to telephone 18 of the guests to meet him at the hospital as soon as they could. Finally the danger was 19 . Once again, Mrs. Brown was alone in her chair in the sitting room, still tired but no longer happy. Just then the telephone rang. It was her 20 who cried, “Oh, Mrs. Brown, Chester is dead. She was killed by a car and someone put it in your garden.” 1.A.enjoy B.show C.make D.say 2.A.did B.made C.tried D.found 2 3.A.ready B.gone C.finishing D.already , 4.A.an expensive B.an excellent C.a terrible D.a pretty 4 5.A.hot B.cold C.warm D.heat , 6.A.early B.earlier C.later D.late 6 7.A.with B.to C.for D.after 8.A.after B.before C.when D.until 9.A.tasted B.was eaten C.felt D.looked 10.A.ate B.enjoyed C.had D.ate up 11.A.at B.from C.to D.till 12.A.worried B.sad C.tired D.sorry 13.A.bread B.break C.breath D.stop 14.A.through B.throughout C.past D.out 15.A.as B.seem C.to seem D.like 16.A.change B.happen C.become D.come 17.A.thought B.advice C.ways D.ideas 18.A.both B.any C.all D.some 19.A.end B.missed C.over D.passed 20.A.husband B.doctor C.neighbor D.Guest 七 My dad has been driving a truck for almost his entire life. He?s usually 1 all the weekdays and comes home only at weekends. Sometimes he stays 2 or two weeks at a time. 3 I don't get to see him as often as I wish, we remain very 4 . My dad is the type of person who doesn't let you 5 up anything that you start. When I was eleven, my father bought me a piano. At first I was so 6 about it that I would spend hours and hours learning how to play. Then it got 7 . I was so tired of it that I asked if I could stop. Much as I tried, he 8 me to go on. Now I have been playing for almost five years. I love it and I' m glad I 9 my dad's advice. My dad is 10 talented, for he has been playing the guitar for over 20 years. Under his influence, I also like 11 now. Sometimes my dad can be my biggest 12 . He makes me smile even when I lose in a talent show 13 . Sometimes he can be my biggest critic(批评家). He 14 ignore the small mistakes I make. He encourages me never to lose 15 , because he thinks that all my efforts will 16 one day. My dad is generous. Every Thursday night, he 17 to read to the children at a

children?s club. When he reads, their 18 light up with curiosity about what will happen next. I feel 19 of having a person in my family who cares enough to volunteer to 20 . I love Dad with all my heart. He?s a hero in my heart and the most wonderful person in the world. 1. A. on B. with C. out D. in 2. A. away B. home C. inside D. alone 3 . A. In case B. Even though C. If only D. As if 4. A. polite B. kind C. different D. close 5. A. give B. put C. take D. speed 6. A. nervous B. anxious C. crazy D. familiar 7. A. rough B. difficult C. disappointing D. boring 8. A. promised B. persuaded C. reminded D. suggested 9 A. received B. challenged C. took D. listened 10. A. physically B. typically C. musically D. exactly 11. A. chatting B. dancing C. writing D. drawing 12. A. director B. supporter C. scholar D. sponsor 13. A. however B. so C. and D. still 14. A. ever B. often C. never D. even 15. A. aim B. dream C. strength D. heart 16 A. come true B. take risks C. pay off D. let out 17. A. agrees B. likes C. intends D. offers 18. A. bodies B. arms C. hands D. faces 19. A. jealous B. optimistic C. proud D. happy 20. A. help B. read C. work D. drive 八 I moved to Chicago ten years ago. As I was new to the area, I had 1 friends and seldom went out to parties. But a month later, I was invited to a party and there I 2 an elderly couple. The wife and I 3 for a long time. She told me how 4 she was about her husband who was 5 a heart operation. At that time I was working as a researcher in the same 6 where the husband would be going for his operation, 7 I told her to take down my phone number and 8 me to let me know when he was there. She phoned a few weeks later as 9 and told me that her husband was admitted to the hospital and 10 waiting. I told her that I would go and check on him every day while I was at 11 . I thought that if it was my dad, I would do the same, so I decided to give them some 12 . Weeks turned into months and it just became my 13 to see them and keep track of how things were going before, during and after the heart operation. Sometimes I ?d bring a 14 for him to read, or some food that we would share 15 . As time went by, it seemed like I became part of the 16 . Even after the husband returned from the hospital, we still often 17 each other on holidays. Now, ten years later, I 18 my own family. Since our parents don?t 19 close by, this couple has become my son?s “local” grandparents. My wife and I often feel truly 20 to have this couple as our “local” parents! Sometimes family comes out of the most unexpected place. 1. A. few B. some C. several D. many 2. A. served B. loved C. met D. supported 3. A. searched B. fought C. worked D. talked

4. A. regretful 5. A. giving up 6. A. hotel 7. A. so 8. A. ask 9. A. required 10. A. even 11. A. work 12. A. experience 13. A. risk 14. A. book 15. A. early 16. A. public 17. A. missed 18. A. leave 19. A. live 20. A. nervous

C. worried D. lucky C. paying for D. turning down C. restaurant D. office C. though D. since C. help D. invite C. expected D. promised C. still D. sometimes C. home D. table C. luck D. trust C. test D. habit C. computer D. tape C. alone D. everywhere C. team D. group C. knew D. visited C. have D. need C. move D. drive C. thankful D. suitable 九 This little story I?m about to tell you happened when I was about 11 years old, and I?II never forget it. I was at my friend Jenny?s 1 after school one day, and we were doing (or not doing) homework.. 2 I was there, Jenny?s mom came over to visit. I don?t remember her name 3 what her face looked like. I just remember her hands, her voice and the 4 she taught me. I can still see her hand 5 for mine in our introduction. 6 were so beautiful, I thought; rich, dark skin 7 complemented(涂了) by the orange colored polish on her nails. Then I 8 her saying, and not at all in a condescending(居高临下的) 9 .“Oh no, that is NOT how you shake hands. Let me show you 10 .” After that, I just remember her voice __11__ the importance of a good handshake, conveying (传递) a positive sense of self, looking at _12___ person in the eye, making that first moment matter…I think in that exchange I first understood 13 . I respected her for 14 the time to teach me about one of those subtleties(细微之处) in life. I appreciated the fact 15 she didn?t look down upon me because I was 11 or because I didn?t know something. And so because of that I felt somewhat respected. I mean the 16 _ she treated me. It felt good to be 17 like a real person. I also appreciate her idea that _18__ someone doesn?t pay attention to something, be patient and point him or her__19__ the right direction. I 20 her every time I meet someone and shake hands. And I?m so thankful for her little lesson. 1 A. office B. house C. family D. room 2 A. Although B. As C. During D. If 3 A. and B. but C. even D. or 4 A. homework B. English C. lesson D. knowledge 5 A. reaching down B. reaching up C. reaching out D. reaching far 6 A. It B. That C. These D. They 7 A. patiently B. beautifully C. strongly D. thickly 8 A. listened B. found C. heard D. saw

B. calm B. waiting for B. hospital B. but B. call B. predicted B. seldom B. school B. company B. stress B. picture B. together B. family B. followed B. find B. come B. curious

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C. method C. how C. explain C. another C. friendship C. taking C. that C. way C. talking to C. once C. in C. think about

D. voice D. what D. explaining D. others D. respect D. using D./ D. time D. talked about D. if D. to D. think out

Dear Laura, I just heard you tell an old story of gift giving and unselfish love in your program. You doubted that such unselfish love would happen in today?s world. Well, I?m here to give you __1__. I wanted to do something very __2__ for my fifteen-year-old son, who has always been the perfect child. He __3__ all summer to earn enough money to buy a used motorcycle. Then, he spent hours and hours on it __4__ it looked almost new. I was so __5__ of him that I bought him the shiniest helmet and a riding outfit. I could __6__ wait for him to open up his gift. In fact, I barely slept the night before. Upon awakening, I went to the kitchen to __7__ the coffee, tea, and morning goodies. In the living room was a beautiful keyboard with a __8__: “To my wonderful mother, all my keyboard love, your son.” I was so __9__. It had been a log-standing joke in our family that I wanted a piano so that I could __10__ lessons. “Learn to play the piano, and I?ll get you one.” was my husband?s __11__. I stood there shocked, crying a river, asking myself how my son could __12__ this expensive gift. Of course, the __13__ awoke, and my son was thrilled(激动的)with my reaction. Many kisses were __14__, and I immediately wanted him to __15__ my gift. As he saw the helmet and outfit, the look on his face was not __16__ what I was expecting. Then I __17__ that he has sold the motorcycle to get me the keyboard. Of course I was the proudest mother __18__ on that day, and my feet never hit the ground for a month. So I wanted you to know, that kind of love still __19__ and lives even in the ever-changing world of me, me, me! helmit I thought you?d love to __20__ this story. Yours, Hilary P.S. The next day, my husband and I bought him a new “used” already shiny motorcycle. 1. A. hope B. advice C. support D. courage 2. A. polite B. similar C. special D. private 3. A. played B. studied C. traveled D. worked

4. A. after 5. A. sure 6. A. perhaps 7. A. start 8. A. note 9. A. disturbed 10. A. give 11. A. reason 12. A. present 13. A. neighbor 14. A. exchanged 15. A. tear 16. A. purely 17. A. realized 18. A. only 19. A. works 20. A. send

B. before B. fond B. really B. cook B. notice B. confused B. take B. request B. afford B. building B. experienced B. open B. basically B. remembered B. still B. exists B. publish

C. unless C. proud C. almost C. set C. word C. astonished C. draw C. comment C. find C. home C. expected C. check C. obviously C. imagined C. ever C. matters C. share

D. until D. confident D. hardly D. serve D. sign D. inspired D. teach D. response D. order D. house D. exhibited D. receive D. exactly D. supposed D. even D. counts D. write

十一 Last winter, when I was heavily pregnant(怀孕), I was visiting my sister and brother-in-law?s house. I had to park my car in a nearby parking lot because they didn?t have a place for parking. The snow was extremely heavy and there was lots of 1 on the ground, so not many people dared to go out that evening! When I left their house and 2 to my car around 11pm, I noticed that my car was the only one 3 . Surrounded by silence, I rushed into the car nervously. When I finally tried to 4 away, my wheels began to spin(打滑). I realized I was stuck! I wondered what I should do. 5 , in my rear-view mirror(后视镜), I saw four teenage boys 6 my car. They were walking side by side in a line and behaved a bit like 7 ------ at least I thought that was what they looked like. My car was in a very 8 area and I was so frightened when I saw them. I was certain they were coming to my car to 9 me. Terrified, I just froze. One of the young men tapped on my window 10 and said, “Excuse me, Madam, would you like some 11 ? You seem to have a problem with the car.” Still a little afraid, I said, “I am stuck.” And the young man said, “It?s okay. Stay in your car and we?ll 12 you out of the snow.” And they did! When they finally got my car out of the snow, they 13 and waved good-bye to me. I rolled down my window and thanked them, 14 to have judged them so poorly. People like to judge the person they come across, and they are in turn judged by others. It?s natural that we judge others, but when we do this, we shouldn?t 15 the old saying, “Don?t judge a book by its cover.” ( ) 1. A. sand B. ice C. stone D. water ( ) 2. A. looked B. escaped C. returned D. pointed ( ) 3. A. left B. destroyed C. prepared D. sold ( ) 4. A. walk B. run C. drive D. get ( ) 5. A. Actually B. Suddenly C. Obviously D. Finally

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) 6. A. damaging B. touching C. Hitting D. approaching ) 7. A. robbers B. students C. policemen D. soldiers ) 8. A. secret B. bright C. lonely D. dirty ) 9. A. support B. harm C. serve D. warm ) 10. A. rapidly B. loudly C. helplessly D. gently ) 11. A. change B. advice C. fun D. help ) 12. A. pull B. push C. lead D. put ) 13. A. waited B. shouted C. smiled D. joked ) 14. A. sorry B. delighted C. confident D. frightened ) 15. A. hate B. stop C. follow D. Forget 十二 A house for sale It is a true story that happened in England. An old man was 1 and got sick frequently. 2 of loneliness, he decided to live in a rest room. 3 he announced his magnificent house would be 4 by auction (拍卖).So many buyers came 5 to the auction that the 6 of the house was soon jacked up from 80,000 to 100,000 pounds and it was still 7 .Sitting deep in a sofa, the old man looked justifiably (情有可 原地) heavy-hearted. If he had been in 8 health, he wouldn?t have thought of selling the house 9 he had lived for the great of his life. Just then a plainly-dressed young man approached(靠近)him, bent forward and 10 , “Sir I am eager to buy your house but I have 11 10,000 pounds.” “You know the base price is 80,000 pounds, he old man said gently, “and now it has been raised to 100,000 pounds.” Not 12 ,the young man earnestly(认真地)said, “ 13 you sell me the house ,I 14 you will live in it as usual and enjoy your happy life, drinking tea, reading newspapers and taking a walk with me every day. Please believe me I shall 15 you with all my heart!” The old man 16 with a smile. He stood up, and managed to 17 everyone present. “Ladies and gentlemen,” he said, patting the young man on the shoulder, “I announce the 18 of the auction. The young man is the new 19 of the house.” Cruel fight of deception(诡计)is not the only way to achieve a 20 . It is possible to make your dream come true by your love of man. 1. A. careless B. childless C. hopeless D. homeless 2 . A. Proud B. fond C. Tired D. Sure 3. A. Though B. While C. But D. So 4. A. borrowed B. rented C. sold D. lent 5. A. hopefully B. eagerly C. disappointedly D. seriously 6. A. height B. rent C. roof D. price 7. A. rising B. raising C. reducing D. decreasing 8. A. terrible B. poor C. bad D. good 9. A. which B. where C. that D. what 10. A. cried B. shouted C. whispered D. argued 11. A. only B. nearly C. still D. even 12. A. answered B. frightened C. depressed D. encouraged 13. A. Although B. As though C. Unless D. If 14. A. agree B. demand C. promise D. suggest

C. call for D. ask for C. shook D. nodded C. greet D. cheat C. result D. news C. visitor D. leader C. doubt D. dream 十三 Two men, both seriously ill, occupied the same hospital room. One man was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour each 1 to help drain the fluid(排出流质) from his lungs. His bed was next to the room?s only window. The other man had to spend all his time 2 on his back. The men talked for hours on end. They spoke of their families, their homes, their jobs and a whole lot of things. Every afternoon when the man in the bed by the window could sit up, he would pass the time by 3 to his roommate what he could see 4 the window. The man in the other bed began to 5 for those one-hour periods when his 6 would be broadened and brightened by all the activity and color of the world outside. The window overlooked a 7 with a lovely lake. Ducks and swans played on the water while children 8 their model boats. Young lovers walked arm in arm among 9 of every color and a fine 10 of the city skyline could be seen in the 11 . As the man described all this, the man on the other side of the room would close his eyes and 12 the beautiful scene. Days and weeks passed. One morning, the day nurse arrived to find the man by the window, had died 13 in his sleep. Later, the other man asked 14 he could be moved next to the window. The nurse was happy to make the switch. Slowly, painfully, he managed to 15 and take his first look at the 16 world outside. Surprisingly, it 17 a blank wall. The next day he learned from the nurse that the man was 18 and could not 19 see the wall. She said, “Perhaps he just wanted to 20 you.” 1 . A. morning B. afternoon C. evening D. night 2. A. flat B. quiet C. still D. calm 3. A. listening B. talking C. describing D. explaining 4. A. beyond B. outside C. behind D. near 5. A. look B. live C. prepare D. work 6. A. health B. dream C. world D. career 7. A. garden B. farm C. mountain D. park 8. A. made B. rowed C. took D. sailed 9. A. trees B. flowers C. houses D. birds 10. A. photo B. map C. view D. appearance 11. A. distance B. hospital C. future D. sky 12. A. enjoy B. experience C. sense D. imagine 13. A. peacefully B. painfully C. sadly D. bravely 14. A. when B. if C. how D. why 15. A. climb up B. stand up C. sit up D. turn up 16. A. real B. noisy C. ordinary D. new 17. A. contained B. covered C. connected D. faced 18. A. mad B. blind C. ill D. dead

15. A. look for 16 A. expressed 17. A. excite 18. A. money 19. A. owner 20 A. wonder

B. care for B. refused B. silence B. price B. guest B. puzzle

19. A. yet 20. A. support

C. even D. clearly C. cure D. encourage 十四 Long long ago the sky was close to the Earth. Men and women did not have to plant their own food. 1 ,when they were hungry, they just reached 2 and broke off a piece of the sky to eat. Sometimes the sky tasted like ripe bananas while other times it tasted like roasted potatoes. The sky was 3 delicious. Many people in the kingdom did not use the gift of the sky 4 . They took more than they could eat. Some people even threw the 5 pieces into the garbage (垃圾). Early one morning the angry sky turned dark . Black clouds 6 over the land . And a great sky voiced said to all the people , “You are 7 my gift of food. Do not take more than you can eat. I don?t want to see pieces of me in the 8 any more, 9 I will take my gift away .” All the people trembled 10 fear. For a long time , they were careful. But at a festival time ,one man named Adami took so many delicious pieces of sky 11 he couldn?t eat them all. He knew he must not 12 them away. He tried to give the pieces to his wife . “Here ,wife,” Adami said , “You eat the rest.” “I can?t ,”his wife said, “I?m too 13 .” Adami asked all his children to help him eat the delicious pieces of sky, but the children couldn?t have one more bite. So Adami decided to try to 14 the pieces at the bottom of the garbage pile. Suddenly, the sky became angry and the clouds turned black. “You have wasted my gift of food 15 ”, shouted the sky,”This time I will go away so you cannot waste me any more .” All of the people cried, “ 16 will we eat ?We will starve to death!” The sky said, “you will have to learn how to plant 17 in the ground and 18 in the forests. If you work hard , you may learn not to waste the gifts of nature.” Everyone watched as the sky sailed away. 19 ,they worked hard to grow their food and cook their meals. They remembered not to waste the 20 of nature. 1.A Therefore B. But C. Instead D. Then 2.A up B. down C. for D. of 3. A .usually B. seldom C. always D hardly 4. A. wisely B. slowly C quickly D. foolishly 5 A. big B. extra C. bad D. small 6.A .stood B. hung C. fell D. put 7.A. eating B. taking C. having D. wasting 8 A. ground B. sky C. garbage D. cloud 9 A. or B. and C. so D. for 10 A at B. about C with D over 11 .A. that B.as C.which D. because 12. A.take B. throw C. bring D. carry 13 A.fat B. full C. hungry D.tired 14.A.give B. take C. get D. hide 15 .A. once again B. no more C. any longer D. any more 16.A. When B. How C. Whether D. What 17.A. wheat B. rice C. corn D. crops

B. just B. fool

18 A.hunt 19 A.So far 20 A. sky

B. walk B. nowadays B. gifts

C. run C.at the moment C. crops

D. stay D. from then on D. meals

十五 “This Friday we'll have the yearly Egg Drop Challenge,” said our science teacher, Mr. Baker. “You can work alone or with a partner.” My friend, Cassie, and I smiled at each other. We always worked on projects 1 . The 2 of the challenge was simple—to build a protective container to keep an egg from breaking when 3 the stadium wall. I made my sandwich that afternoon while waiting for Cassie. 4 the butter-cream gave me an idea. “I have a brilliant design for our 5 container!” I said when Cassie arrived. “We can 6 the egg with some butter-cream.” “Why not put the egg in a basket with a parachute 7 ?” Cassie rolled her eyes. “The parachute is better than that stupid idea.” I couldn't believe it. Of course we'd had our little 8 in the past, but she'd never called any of my ideas “ 9 ” before. “Then I?ll build mine and you build yours!” 10 words had been out, our friendship was challenged. When Friday finally arrived, I had to 11 Cassie?s Egg Force One looked pretty good. 12 , my Egg-cellent Egg Cream didn't look quite scientific. We kids carried our containers up three stadium steps and dropped them over the side wall. Those whose eggs broke were out; those whose eggs survived 13 three more steps and dropped them again. This would go on till the last egg broke. After four rounds, only Cassie and I were 14 . I let go of my box. I heard someone say “ew” after seconds. Had my egg broken? I raced down the 15 . The sidewalk was dotted with egg shells(蛋壳) from those 16 drops. Finally I found my little Egg-cellent Egg Cream. “That looks like egg drop soup, Laura,” Cassie said. She was holding her Egg Force One. My 17 raced. Had she won? I looked at her basket. 18 . “My egg bounced (弹起) 19 ,” she explained, pointing to a broken shell. “A tie(平局),” Mr. Baker said. Cassie looked at me, and her glare(瞪眼) 20 . I laughed. She smiled… 1. A. patiently B. silently C. together D. alone 2. A. function B. goal C. reason D. result 3 . A. rolled down B. pushed against C. thrown at D.dropped over 4. A. Spreading B. Boiling C. Baking D. Holding 5. A. butter B. sandwich C. cream D. egg 6. A. protect B. replace C. carry D. mix 7 A. followed B. covered C. attached D. supported 8. A. ideas B. fights C. worries D. challenges 9. A. wrong B. stupid C. brilliant D. scientific 10. A. Since B. While C. But D. And 11. A. explain B. deny C. admit D. prove 12. A. Therefore B. Anyway C. Otherwise D. Besides

13. A. paced down 14. A. left 15. A. steps 16. A. intended 17. A. eyes 18. A. Lost 19. A. around 20. A. returned

B. turned around B. wanted B. way B. unexpected B. hands B. Dirty B. out B. remained

C. walked up C. chosen C. wall C. failed C. feel C. Broken C. in C. increased

D. went back D. discovered D. sidewalk D. desired D. heart D. Empty D. down D. Softened

答案 一 1—5 CBDAD 6—10 ACBBA 11—15 CBCAA 16—20 CDDBD 二 1-5 BBCAC 6-10 DCABC 三 1-5 BDACB 6-10 BCDAD 11-15 BADCC 16-20 BADAC 四 1-5 DACBC 6-10 CAADD 11-15 BDBAC 16-20 ABCDB 五 1-5ACCDA 6-10 BCABA 11-15 ACACD 16-20 ABBBC 六 1—5 BCABA 6—10 CCBAB 11—15 DCBAD 16—20BBCCC 七 1-5 CABDA 6-10 CDBCC 11-15 BBACD 16-20 CDDCB 八 1-5ACDCB 6-10 BABDC 11-15 ABDAB 16-20 BDCAC 九 1—5 DBDCC 6—10 DBCAC 11—15 DADCC 16—20CBDCB 十 1-5 ACDDC 6-10 DAACB 11-15 DBDAB 16-20 DACBC 十一 1-5BCACB 6-10 DACBD 11-15 DBCAD 十二 1-5. BCDCA 6-10.DADBC 11-15. ACDCB 16-20. DBCAD 十三 1 -5: BACBB 6-10:CDDBC 11-15 :ADABC 16-20:ADBCD 十四 1-5 CACAB 6-10 BDCAC 11-15 ABBDA 16-20DDADB 十五 1—5 CBDAD 6—10 ACBBA 11—15 CBCAA 16—20 CDDBD


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