一. 教学内容： 二轮专题复习 完形填空专题复习 二. 教学目标： 分析完形填空的特点、解题思路、解题技巧和常考点 【具体教学过程】 一、完形填空的特点 1. 选文特点 2. 选项设置特点 2007 年江苏卷完形填空词类考查的分布： 词类 词数 动词 5 副词 2 形容词 5 名词 5 连词 3
3. 考查特点。 2007 年江苏
卷完形填空考点分布： 上下文语境的理解 3 语法知识 3 固定搭配 1 词义辨析 8 逻辑 3 常识 2
二、解题思路 如何解答完形填空 做完形填空的一般步骤为： 1.读全文，领悟大意，先易后难。 2.再读全文，推理判断，前后照应，试选答案。 3.三读全文，检验答案，修正错误。 三、三、 1. 语法 三、解题技巧
This autumn was the wettest since records began in the U.K.. Floods _____large parts of the country. A. covered B. covered by C. covered with D. rushed away 2. 语法 + 常识 More and more factories pump CO2 into the air , and atmosphere across the world_______. A. burns B. hot C. warm D. heats up 3. 四个答案对比 In Australia folds(羊栏) have covered an area the_____ of the whole of the Britain . A. width 4. 翻译: 2 B. large C. length D. size
(1)The village of Yaluma 1 in the mountains of Chipas, a province of Southern Mexico. people are many Indians. 1. A. lies B. place C. lays D. soon 2. A. Their B. It’s C. Its D. Its’ (2) Rock stars’ admirers (崇拜者)who love rock music 1 about a billion dollars a year
for records. They pay 150 million to 1. A. take 2. A. meet 5. 连接词 B. cost B. interview
rock stars in person (亲自). D. spend D. see
C. waste C. call
(1)They are some of the poorest people in a poverty stricken country. ____ now they have an extra source of income (收入). A. But B. And C. However D. Therefore (2) Luck is the key word for explaining the success of many rock stars. In 1972, one of the luckiest was Mclean , 1 wrote and sang “American Pie” . Mclean writes his own music, 2 he earns an additional two cents on every single record of the song. 1. A. who B. he C. that D. as 2. A. and B. but C. so D. yet (3) Many rock stars 1 like Grace Slick and Jefferson. Those performers return from a tour, pay their bills, and buy new toys. 2 when they need money again ,they do another 3 .They save 4__ money and live from hand to mouth. 1. A. play B. live C. perform D. behave 2. A. However B. Then C. And D. So 3. A work B. tour C. performing D. problem 4. A. no B. much C. some D. plenty (4) English people seem very quiet ____reserved (缄默的), usually. A. though B. and C. even D. but (5) It was just getting dark; there was a touch of fog and I was on a lonely stretch of road. _____ I was going along cheerfully. A. But B. And C. Otherwise D. So (6) One evening Jackie was on his way home from the railway station. When he turned round a 1 he heard footsteps behind him and he thought 2 was coming near. He began to walk 3 . The footsteps became faster, too. He slowed down. The foot steps also 4 down. 1. A. corner B. park C. street D. way 2. A. no one B. someone C. anyone D. everyone 3. A. slowly B. more slowly C. fast D. faster 4. A. put B. slowed C. became D. turned 6. 词组与翻译 (1) In 1990 , leader of all big nations met in Japan and agreed to reduce 1 CO2 they put into the atmosphere. Ten years 2 , in Nov. 2000, they met again in Holland to assess ( 评估 ) the situation and decided what to do next. 1. A. many B. a number of C. the amount of D. a good many 2. A. after B. late C. later D. soon (2) But I was going along cheerfully, thinking about the dinner I would eat when I to Salisbury. A. reached B. arrived C. got D. led 7. 比较四个答案,翻译文章 Projects (工程) 1 this go over(受欢迎) under the name of “ Carbon Trading”. The basic 2 is that governments and companies can buy the 3 to pump CO2 into the air by
investing(投资)in green 4 that take it out again. 1. A. as 2. A. fact 3. A. forests 4. A. projects 8. 前提示 B. like B. meanings B. projects B. plants C. the same as C. idea C. right C. materials D. except D. things D. debt D. trees
(1) Young people are spending unbelievable sums of money to listen to rock music. At least fifty _______ stars have incomes between two million and six million dollars per year. A. film B. rock C. jazz D. movie (2) Neil Young who performs 1 torn blue jeans, sometimes sings to an audience of 10,000,each of whom has paid five dollars for a ticket. 2 paying expenses, Young leaves with about $18,000 in his blue 3 at the end of an evening. 1. A. in B. with C. for D. on 2. A. Before B.Beside C. After D. Except 3. A. shirt B. trousers C. coat D. jeans 9. 后暗示 (1) In this __1__, professors always take every opportunity to push textbooks aside and expose students to real ___2__. 1. A. classroom B. means C. university D. hall 2. A. facts B. lessons C. adventures D. experiences (2) He was sure that he was being followed. He tried to hide, 1 the steps followed him. He didn’t know 2 to save himself. 1. A. still B. sometimes C. often D. seldom 2. A. when B. where C. why D. how 10. 抓住主要信息词(主体---核心) ,比较四个答案,最后排除不可能的选项。 “It doesn’t make 1 ,” said one of he older music millionaires, who made a million dollars a year when he was popular , in the 1950s. “performers aren’t worth this kind of money. In fact, 2 is.” 1. A. efforts B. progress C. sense D. money 2. A. everybody B. nobody C. somebody D. anybody 11. 形容词的选择（并列连词的作用） (1) If we make a noise on the bus, they look _____ and uncomfortable . A. untouched B. worried C. moved D. excited (2) Hellen was an old teacher with a warm smile and _____eyes. A. bursting B. freezing C. friendly D. lively 12. 逻辑推理 Students generally appreciate ( 认可 ) these special 1 opportunities (机会) . They are almost always fun and interesting , and professors 2 them too because students learn so much in just a few short months. 1. A. working B, living C. teaching D. learning 2. A. hold B. like C. dislike D. discover 13. 关连词的重要性 No one denies the 1 of classroom learning. But it can only take the students this 2 . Slides and textbooks may do a good job of carrying facts and details, but creativity of thought
cannot be 3 . They can only be developed through 4 experience. 1. A. deed B. value C. effect D. success 2. A. far B. long C. way D. direction 3. A. mastered B. found C. taught D. practiced 4. A. self-educated B. self -service C. first-hand D. up -to -date 14. 抓住中心意思-----围绕什么话题 (在文章中出现频率最多的词) Every Thursday afternoon, my art history class meets not in our usual lecture hall but in our university Art Museum. We spend our one-hour class discussing two or three of the 1 , many of which are by artists that we have already studied in class. The professor begins by selecting one 2 of art. After giving us a quick background on the artist , he will open up for class 3 . 1. A. subjects B. paintings C. speeches D. lectures 2. A. book B. passage C. text D. work 3. A. discussion B. activity C. argument D. consideration 四、常考点 1. 语气词的情景设置 ①….I raised the pistol and fired. The animal fell backwards with an angry cry. Father took the _______ smoking pistol from my hand , and fired another shot, which killed the gorilla. A. still B. yet C. even D. already ② He certainly looked the part all right, he thought as he admired himself in the mirror. He _______ thought of going out into the street to see whether he could pass as a policeman out there….. A. just B. even C. still D. already ③ The shop had to agree. They knew that no fire on earth can ________ damage a perfect diamond. A. almost B. even C. just D. ever ④….At times, he would turn, sit down , and _______ go on his knees. A. almost B. even C. often D. rather ⑤….After a hard day in the laboratory, she goes home. There she plays with her toys. She ______ enjoys watching television before going to bed. A. quite B. already C. even D. still ⑥……..Thirty years after being introduced to Macaulay’s words, they ______ seem to me the best yardstick (码尺), because they give us a way to measure ourselves rather than others . A. even B. still C. always D. almost ⑦…….First of all he was a window-cleaner and in his first week he managed to break at least six windows. He ______ lost his job as a postman because he sent off all the letters when he should have taken them to people’s houses….. A. thus B. even C. once D. only ⑧ …….Finally I turned the key in the lock and pushed the door open, with Dad ____complaining (抱怨 ) about a hurting knee or something…. A. yet B. only C. even D. still ⑨The native people said they knew of this animal and called it the “ Yeti” , and they said that they had _____ caught Yeti on two occasions (场面 )though none has ever been produced
as evidence (证据 ). A. even B. hardly C. certainly D. probably 2. 动词的设置 侧重于动词在特定的语言环境中和整个句子语义保持一致； 避免重复使用近义词， 推测 意义相对的反义词，对近义动词的辨析；以及对固定结构，句子结构的考查。 I. 考查上下文一致 (1) The men were surprised to see fish swimming just above them, quite _____ by the very large water pressure. A. unbelieved B. unchanged C. uncovered D. untroubled (2) “My mother believed I could _____ the afterlife world,” she told a close friend. “She used to have me speak with my grandmother, who died many years ago.” A. make up B. connect with C. control D. explain (3) Her back was so badly twisted by some sadness that her face nearly _____ the table-top. A. struck B. reached C. stuck D. touched (4) My foot still hadn’t healed from an early injury. I had _____whether or not I should attend the meet. A. expected B. supposed C. imagined D. doubted (5) Further more, he could be counted on to explain his ideas in all imaginative ways, introducing such aids to ___ oil paintings, music, and guest lectures. A. listening B. understanding C. information D. discovery Ⅱ. 根据连词选择同义词或反义词 (1) I wanted to write about that, but I wanted to _____ it down simply for my own joy . A. settle B. put C. bite D. let (2) There are women _____ side by side with the President of our country, so why not side by side with the boys on the football team or out in the water surfing? A. sitting B. walking C. fighting D. working (3) When I was in the army, I ______ an intelligence test that all soldiers took. A. failed B. wrote C. received D. chose (4) There was no choice next morning but to ____ my work. Two days passed before Mr. Fleagle returned the graded papers. A. give up B. continue C. hand in D. delay (5) “Maybe I should ______,” I thought as I moved on. However, I decided to keep going. A. slow down B. drop out C. go on D. speed up Ⅲ. 形式或意义相近的动词辨析 (1) Is all this pressure necessary? I ______ up leaving the football team. Four other girls did the same, and two of them stopped playing football completely. A. gave B. kept C. ended D. picked (2) “My name is Jim Shelley and I am an addict …” With these words I began to _____ the problem, the problem of my telephone addiction. A. face B. find C. accept D. notice (3) Behind the dance there was a woman ______ a large diamond ring. A. carrying B. dressing C. wearing D. holding (4) In the final year of high school, they ___ applications and send them, with their student records, to the universities which they hope to attend.
A. fulfill B. finish C. complete D. accomplish (5) Finally I turned the key in the lock and ______ the door open, with Dad still complaining about a hurting knee or something. A. knocked B. forced C. pushed D. tried Ⅳ. 固定搭配 (1) Drinking coffee in the café , he would easily make friends with students. Sometimes he would _______ a student to a game of chess. A. invite B. lead C. prefer D. show (2) The one thing I can ______ from surfing and not any other sport is endless challenge. A. take B. get C. make D. keep (3) I realize strength and courage aren’t always ___ in medals and victories, but in the struggles we overcome. A. measured B. praised C. tested D. increased (4) “We know,” Paul said. “We will be here when you get back. Here’s our number if you need to _____ us.” A. get in touch with B. keep in touch with C. be in touch with D. put in touch with (5) When I try to ______ surfing with other things, I find it very difficult because, in my life, there is nothing like it. A. bring B. connect C. compare D. tie Ⅴ. 动词发生的先后顺序 (1) I was phoning people and ____ messages to make sure enough calls would see me through the day. A. leaving B. taking C. passing D. recording (2) … all of us were seated around the table and Aunt Pat ______ spaghetti for supper. A. cooked B. served C. got D. made (3) If you asked high school girls to name their favorite sports, most would probably say basketball or volleyball. I happen to be one of the few girls who would ______: surfing. A. tell B. answer C. give D. realize (4) Now she was able to drive, but had to ______ a license before she could buy a car. A. find B. apply for C. look for D. make (5) When the new students are finally ______, there may be one more step they have to take before registering for classes and getting to work. A. adopted B. accepted C. received D. permitted
一、完形填空专练 （A） The Quiet Hero It was Mother’s Day , the day we celebrate everything mothers are and everything we do .But I’ll 1 that Sunday in 1996 was bittersweet for me . As a single mother I 2 to think of my shortcomings —how many evenings I couldn’t spend with my children , and how many things I couldn’t 3 my waitress’ salary to buy . But that 4 kids I had ! My daughter Maria was a senior in college , and Denny was home visiting from his freshman year at Harvard University . They were 5 impolite enough
to complain , but there was so much more I 6 I had done for them. I just hoped they 7 . As I walked into the 8 quietly to start breakfast , I was greeted by a vase 9 a dozen red roses ! When had Denny possibly slipped down to leave them ? But even their delicate beauty was overshadowed by the note sitting beside them , in the quick , manly 10 of an eighteen-year-old. It was about a story that happened between Denny and me long ago . It 11 : ?She took a day off from her busy 12 to take the boy to see his hero in the flesh at the stadium . It took 3.5hours just to get there , and they had to be there early 13 he could see his hero take batting practice . 14 their arrival , she took her hard-earned money to buy an overpriced T—shirt on which was 15 his hero making a diving catch . After the game , of course he had to 16 one o’lock in the morning ? his hero’s signature , so she stayed with the little boy 17
It took me long enough to 18 it , but I finally know who the 19 hero is . Mom, I love you ! And suddenly , it was a 20 Mother’s Day , after all . 1. A. admit B. adopt C. deny D. refuse 2. A. intended B. liked C. tended D. hesitated 3. A. stress B. spare C. strengthen D. spend 4. A. poor B. great C. faithless D. pretty 5. A. merely B. usually C. never D. often 6. A. wished B. hoped C. expected D. desired 7. A. supported B. understood C. approved D. disgusted 8. A. living-room B. kitchen C. bed room D. study 9. A. including B. containing C. possessing D. pinning 10. A. handwriting B. description C. tone D. scratch 11. A. wrote B. recorded C. memorized D. read 12. A. event B. content C. schedule D. circumstance 13. A. or B. for C. but D. so 14. A. At B. In C. On D. By 15. A. impressed B. printed C. presented D. pressed 16. A. buy B. abandon C. get D. swap 17. A. before B. until C. after D. when 18. A. see B. hear C. realize D. tell 19. A. actual B. true C. imaginary D. visual 20. A. sad B. bitter C. happy D. exciting （B） Dear Dio, Thank you for your note. I like your 1 between death and failure. I had not thought of these two in the 2 way that you describe. I thank you for bringing this to my 3 . Your insights are very deep. 4 you say, “death is only a(n) 5 but failure can change someone’s whole life.” Yes, death is final. Failure is temporary. Death leaves us with 6 .But failure can leave us with lessons which will 7 our lives.
I hope that your failure to pass that 8 English test will help you 9 it will hurt you. Please remember that it is not being 10 down that is important. It is the inability to get up that is 11 . You will have to learn to get up ,and to get going. Failure is the “staying down.” It is not the “falling down.” From reading your letter, I 12 your English to be very good. You write better than 13 of my American friends. I do not know the reason for 14 your English test. Maybe you were distracted that day. It is 15 that persons are judged on the basis of a single test. You write well, you 16 your feelings with excellence, and you think 17 . These characteristics should 18 you move toward a bright career. Just don’t let yourself “stay down.” Get up and 19 them all know that you are talented and you are 20 to succeed. I think you will. With best wishes for a fine career. Bob 1. A. idea B. comparison C. thought D. reason 2. A. same B. wrong C. correct D. right 3. A. attention B. heart C. head D. home 4. A. Which B. When C. What D. As 5. A. end B. result C. fact D. thing 6. A. something B. nothing C. anything D. thinking 7. A. increase B. improve C. honor D. treasure 8. A. easy B. simple C. terrible D. ordinary 9. A. as good as B. as well as C. more than D. much than 10. A. fallen B. stayed C. knocked D. felt 11. A. impossible B. possible C. necessary D. important 12. A. judge B. accept C. prefer D. expect 13. A. all B. any C. one D. some 14. A. succeeding B. passing C. finishing D. failing 15. A. likely B. reasonable C. a shame D. fair 16. A. find B. express C. speak D. tell 17. A. deeply B. thoroughly C. carefully D. widely 18. A. leave B. drive C. help D. start 19. A. get B. ask C. show D. let 20. A. devoted B. determined C. engaged D. suppose （C） Steve , a twelve—year—old boy with alcoholic parents , was about to be lost forever , by the U.S. education system . He was a big boy , yet , went 1 ?until Miss White . Miss White was a smiling , young ,beautiful lady and Steve was in love ! For the first time , he couldn’t take his eyes 2 his teacher; yet , still he failed . One day , Miss White’s impatient voice 3 into his daydreams . “Steve ! ! Pay attention!” “Steve 4 his gaze on Miss White , as she began to go over the test 5 . “You all did pretty well,” she told the class , “except for one boy , and 6 breaks my heart to tell you this , but?” She 7 , pinning Steve to his seat with a 8 stare , her eyes searching his face .
“?The smartest boy in the seventh grade is failing my class !” Steve 9 his eyes and carefully examined his fingertips . After that , it was 10 !! Steve still wouldn’t do his homework . Even as the punishments became more severe , he remained 11 . “Just try it ! ONE WEEK !” He was unmoved . “Give yourself a chance ! Don’t 12 up on your life !” Nothing . “Steve ! Please ! I care about you !” Wow! 13 , Steve got it !! Someone cared about him ? Steve went home from school, 14 , that afternoon. The following Monday he arrived at school on time . Miss White , gave a quiz on the weekend homework . Steve was the first to 15 his paper . With a look of surprise , Miss White took his paper . Obviously 16 , she began to look it over . Steve walked back to his desk , his heart 17 within his chest . As he sat down , he couldn’t 18 another look at the lovely woman . Miss White’s face was in total shock ! The 19 boy in the seventh grade had just passed his first test ! He began to take off ! And he continued this 20 throughout his school life . From that moment nothing was the same for Steve . 1. A. unnoticed B. uncommon C. unknown D. unacceptable 2. A. along B. from C. off D. back 3. A. ran B. broke C. came D. burst 4. A. passed B. made C. threw D. locked 5. A. results B. subjects C. abilities D. standards 6. A. he B. it C. that D. she 7. A. waited B. hesitated C. confirmed D. demanded 8. A. critical B. shining C. sharp D. merciful 9. A. raised B. closed C. opened D. dropped 10. A. war B. tragedy C. burden D. silence 11. A. enthusiastic B. active C. unchanged D. silly 12. A. turn B. give C. stand D. cheer 13. A. Carefully B. Attentively C. Suddenly D. Calmly 14. A. hateful B. hopeful C. doubtful D. thoughtful 15. A. go over B. hand out C. hand in D. go through 16. A. puzzled B. moved C. delighted D. worried 17. A. striking B. weighing C. pounding D. hitting 18. A. accept B. refuse C. attempt D. require 19. A. smallest B. smartest C. laziest D. naughtiest 20. A. circle B. method C. research D. course （D） My wife and I had just finished the 150-mile trip home from our daughter’s college. It was the 1 time in our lives that she would be gone for any length of 2 .We wondered how other people had 3 it. Later in bed, I 4 the time I started college. My father had driven me, too. My mother had
to stay behind to 5 the cows from getting into the crops. I, the fourth in a line of brothers, was the first to 6 college. The truck was slow and I was glad. I didn’t want to get to 7 too soon. I shook hands with my father in the truck and he didn’t say a word. But I knew he was going to make a little 8 . He finally said,“I never went to college and 9 of your brothers went to college. I can’t say you don’t do this or that, because everything is different and I don’t know what is going to 10 , but I think things will work out. When you get a job, be sure to be 11 and work hard.”I knew that soon I would be 12 in the big town and I would be missing the life of the family. Then my father brought out the Bible that he had 13 so often. I knew that he would miss it but I must take it. He just said， “This can help you 14 you will let it.” When I finished school I took the Bible back to my father. But he said he wanted me to 15 it. Now, too late, I remember. It would have been so 16 to give it to my daughter when she got out of the car. But I didn’t. I could give her 17 .My father could give me 18 a Bible. But I don’t really believe now that I gave her half as 19 as my father gave me. So the next morning I did up the book and sent it to her. I wrote a 20 . “This can help you,” I said, “if you will let it” 1. A. first B. last C. very D. happiest 2. A. while B. time C. place D. journey 3. A. understood B. stood C. thought D. tried 4. A. remembered B. called C. thought of D. went through 5. A. let B. raise C. keep D. feed 6. A. take part in B. go away to C. begin with D. continue with 7. A. my daughter’s college B. my home C. the city D. the farm 8. A. speech B. living C. promise D. progress 9. A. some B. one C. none D. all 10. A. happen B. end C. take in D. break out 11. A. lively B. hard C. reasonable D. honest 12. A. happy B. alone C. sure D. lost 13. A. bought B. read C. loved D. given 14. A. if B. unless C. which D. though 15. A. keep B. return C. post D. sell 16. A. popular B. strange C. ready D. nice 17. A. something B. everything C. a book D. a Bible 18. A. only B. really C. surely D. very 19. A. much B. many C. far D. good 20. A. composition B. speech C. word D. note （E） One day, a poor boy who was trying to pay his way through school by selling goods from door to door found that he only had one dime left. He was hungry so he decided to 1 for a meal at the next house. However, he lost his nerve 2 a lovely young woman opened the door. Instead of a meal he asked for a drink of water. She thought he looked 3 so she brought him a
large glass of milk. He drank it 4 , and then asked, “How much do I owe you?” “You don’t owe me anything,” she 5 . “Mother has taught me never to accept pay for a __6 .” He said, “Then I thank you from the bottom of my heart.” As Howard Kelly left that house, he not only felt stronger 7 , but it also increased his faith in God and human race. He was about to give up and quit before this point. Years later the young woman became critically ill. The local doctors were baffled. They finally sent her to the big city, where specialists can be called 8 to study her rare disease. Dr. Howard Kelly, now 9 , was called in for the consultation. When he heard the name of the town she came from, a strange light 10 his eyes. Immediately, he 11 and went down through the hospital hall into her room. 12 in his doctor’s gown he went in to see her. He 13 her at once. He went back to the consultation room and 14 to do his best to save her life. From that day on, he gave 15__attention to her case. After a long 16 the battle was won. Dr. Kelly 17 the business office to pass the final bill to him for approval. He looked at it and then wrote something on the side. The bill was sent to her room. She was afraid to open it because she was 18 that it would take the rest of her life to pay it off. Finally she looked, and the note on the side of the bill caught her 19 . She read these words? “Paid in full with a glass of milk.” Tears of joy flooded her eyes as she spread through human hearts and hands.” 1. A. call B. make 2. A. while B. when 3. A. thirsty B. lazy 4. A. slowly B. unexpectedly 5. A. announced B. shook 6. A. reward B. kindness 7. A. physically B. mentally 8. A. up B. for 9. A. rich B. famous 10. A. fixed B. consulted 11. A. rose B. raised 12. A. Worn B. Having 13. A. recognized B. knew 14. A. desired B. declared 15. A. special B. ordinary 16. A. decision B. preparation 17. A. ordered B. requested 18. A. negative B. uncertain 19. A. presentation B. preference 20. A. praised B. pretended 二、单项选择 20 (Signed) Dr. Howard Kelly silently. “Thank you, God. Your love has D. prepare D. unless D. hungry D. hurriedly D. doubted D. value D. properly D. in D. vivid D. concentrated D. left D. Dressed D. regained D. declined D. no D. debate D. compressed D. obvious D. arrangement D. prayed
C. beg C. though C. tired C. steadily C. replied C. hand C. normally C. on C. observant C. filled C. got C. Putting C. spared C. determined C. normal C. struggle C. confused C. positive C. attention C. pressed
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2. The captain urged that the mission _____ before dark. A. must be finished B. be finished C. ought to be finished D. was finished 3. After the Shenzhou VI capsule (太空舱 ) touched down, two astronauts succeeded in traveling around the earth, thus again __________ China is a global space power. A. proving B. to prove C. to have proved D. being proved 4. Hearing the sad story,_____. A. tears came to her eyes B. her face turned pale C. her eyes were full of tears D. she couldn’t hold back her tears 5. —Will you lend me some pepper? —Sorry, mine________ A. were used up B. ran out C. has been run out D. has given out 6. As he has been in a terrible state of mind these days, on no account _______ succeed in the coming English speech competition.. A. has he B. does he C. will he 7. So far, he must have achieved his goal, _________? D. he will
A. mustn’t he B. didn’t he C. hasn’t he D. doesn’t he 8. ______ with such great difficulty, Jack felt at a loss______. A. Facing; what to say B. Faced; what to say C. Having faced; how to tell D. Being faced ; how to speak 9. Among the high-risk group of heart disease_____ people with a preference for fat-rich foods. A. are B. is C. who are D. they are 10. I was fortunate to pick up a wallet ______ on the ground on the way back home, but unfortunately for me, I found my colour TV set ______ when I got home. A. lying; stolen B. laying; stealing C. lay; stolen D. lying; stealing 11. The general at last got a chance to visit the village _____ he used to fight, _____ he had been dreaming of for years. A. that; which B. where; that C. in which; what D. where; which 12. —Mary works hard at English. —_______ and_______. A. So does she; so you do B. So she will; so do you C. So you do; so does she D. So she does; so do you 13. She is a typical bookworm. She usually spends her weekends _______ in her room_______. A. locking, reading and write B. locked, to read and write C. locked, reading and writing D. to lock, reading and writing 14. We hoped to be able to move into our new house at the end of the month, but things didn’t _______ as we expected. A. work out B. move out C. carry out D. gets out 15.______ much more money than his friends, but he still wasn’t content______ it. A. To earn, to B. Earning, with C. He earned, with D. Having earned, to 16. Her performance was perfect and, _______ the fact that there were other 20 participants, the first prize still belonged to her.
A. however B. while C. despite D. though 17. I think it is necessary for my 19-year-old son to have his own mobile phone, for I sometimes want to make sure if he home for dinner. A. come B. comes C. has come D. will come 18. A terrible example of tsunami which happened in the Indian Ocean____ more than 150,000 people die in 12 different countries. A. led B. resulted C. saw D. produced 19. The job is great ________salary. It has its disadvantages，though. A. in case of B. as a result of C. in terms of D. except for 20. — Was ____ Bill , _____ played basketball very well, ______ helped the blind man cross the road? — Yes, of course. He is always ready to help others. A. it; that; who B. this; who; that C. which; that; that D. it; who; that
一、完形填空专练: (A) 1—5ACBBC 6—10ABBBA 11—15DCDCB 16—20CBCBC
(B) 1—5BAADA 6—10BBCCC 11—15DADDC 16—20BACDB (C) 1—5ACBDA 6—10BBCDA 11—15CBCDC 16—20ACBBD (D) 1—5 ABBCC 6—10 BCACA 11—15 DBBAA 16—20 DBAAD (E) 1. C beg for“向??要” ，也可以用 ask for，其他答案不合语境。 2. B when=and suddenly; and at that moment。 3. D 通过文章内容可以知道 the poor boy 当时是 hungry，上文已经有提示。 4. A 5. C replied=answered. 6. B the young woman 在需要的时候帮助了 the poor boy，这当然是一个善意的行为。 7. A 上文已经交代了作者是饿了，所以是身体上的 stronger. 8. D 见 9 空后的 call in。 9. B 由下文的 requested the business office to pass the final bill to him for approval 可以判断。 10. C 由后面的 eyes 可以推断。此时，Kelly 马上想起孩提时的那一件印象很深的事。 11. A rose(rise 的过去式)在此意思是“起身”C 应该说“get from…” ，D 后加宾语才对。 12. D be dressed in…为固定搭配，wear 后直接接宾语。 13. A recognized 意思是“认出” ，其他答案不能表达这个意思。 14. C determined to do sth.是“下决心做??事” 。其他答案不合逻辑。 15. A special attention 是“特殊的照顾” ，表达 Kelly 对那个 woman 的感激之情。 16. C 由上文的 rare disease 可以判断。 17. B 其它答案不合情理。 18. C the woman 根据自己的病情推出费用一定昂贵。 19. C catch one’s attention“引起某人的注意” 。 20. D 由“Thank you, God”可以知道答案。 二、单项选择 1—5:BBADD, 6—10:CCBAA, 11—15:DDCAC, 16—20:CDCCD