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2015 高考英语完形填空练习与详解 (1) Entering the drama room I am immediately surrounded by the familiar sights, smells and sounds. Streaks(线条) of light cast by the blinds of the tall ___1___ send shafts(杆状物) of light through the dusty air. I take a ___2___ and the concrete and paint ___3___ tickle my nose. I ___4___ everything about this room. Some of the ___5___ times of my life have been spent here. It’s ironic(讽刺的), but the ___6___ is the only place where I feel that I don’t have to ___7___ to be someone I’m not. Like many teenagers, I almost ___8___ think that people are judging me, but when I act, that feeling disappears. People only look at your ___9___ ability, not your clothing, money, choice of friends, or any of the other ways people are usually ___10___. When I’m on stage, everything else disappears. All the worries and ___11___ of the outside world are put on hold. Nervousness is still present, ___12___ it’s the excited and tingly kind, not the queasy(不稳定的) ___13___ of being different and alone. I ___14___ love to work backstage and on lighting. I ___15___ you could find another girl who would work on a ladder ___16___ her elbows in cables and dust and love every second of it. It makes me unique and gives me a sense of ___17___ to know that I succeed in an area where ___18___ others—and virtually no girls—do. High school is a difficult atmosphere, to put it ___19___. Like others, I’m often insecure, not ___20___ who I am or where I’m going in life. Wherever that may be, I will always have the confidence I get from theater. 1. A. doors B. windows C. roofs D. barriers 2. A. last look B. long walk C. short sigh D. deep breath 3. A. smells B. tastes C. sounds D. looks 4. A. hate B. love C. miss D. forget 5. A. worst B. tiring C. best D. previous 6. A. room B. office C. building D. stage 7. A. pretend B. expect C. intend D. decide 8. A. hardly B. seriously C. constantly D. happily 9. A. acting B. speaking C. moving D. repeating 10. A. thought of B. judged C. taken care of D. guaranteed 11. A. happiness B. anxieties C. chances D. pressures 12. A. and B. however C. but D. though 13. A. feeling B. concept C. hope D. fact 14. A. seldom B. thoroughly C. relatively D. absolutely 15. A. hope B. doubt C. think D. suspect 16. A. away from B. out of C. up to D. down to 17. A. pride B. duty C. humor D. sight 18. A. few B. many C. little D. some 19. A. cruelly B. tensely C. friendly D. mildly 20. A. expert at B. superior to C. sure of D. interested in

(2) I was sure that I was to be killed. I became terribly nervous. I reached in my pockets to see if there were any cigarettes, which had 1 their search. I found 2 and because of my shaking hands, I could 3 get it to my lips. But I had no matches, they had taken those. I looked 4 the bars at my jailer. He did not make eye contact with me. I 5 out to him “Have you got a light?” He looked at me, shrugged and came over to light my cigarette. 6 he came close and lit the match, his eyes inadvertently locked with mine. At that moment, I 7 . I don't know why I did that. Perhaps it was 8 , perhaps it was because, when you get very, one to another, it is very 9 not to smile. In that instant, it was 10 a spark jumped across the gap between our two hearts, our two human souls. I know he didn't want to, but my smile leaped through the bars and generated smile on his lips, too. He lit my cigarette but 11 , looking at me directly in the eyes and continuing to smile. I 12 smiling at him, now aware of him as a(n) 13 and not just a jailer. And his looking at me seemed to have a new 14 too. “Do you have kids?” he asked. “Yes, here, here.” I took out my wallet and nervously fumbled for the 15 of my family. He, too, took out the pictures of his family and began to talk about his plans and hopes for them. My eyes filled with tears. I said that I feared that I'd never see my family again, never have the chance to see them grow up. Tears came to his eyes, too. 16 without another word, he 17 my cell (牢房) and silently led me out. Out of the jail, quietly and by back routes, out of the town. There, at the edge of town, he released me. And without another word, he turned back toward the town. “My life was 18 by a smile.” Yes, the smile—the unaffected, unplanned, 19 connection between people. I really believe that if that part of you and that part of me could 20 each other, we wouldn't be enemies. We couldn't have hate or envy or fear.

1. A. lost 2. A. them 3. A. barely 4. A. on 5. A. whispered 6. A. As 7. A. cried 8. A. anger 9. A. easy 10. A. when 11. A. went away 12. A. kept 13. A. stranger 14. A. idea 15. A. cigarettes 16. A. Intentionally 17. A. unfolded 18. A. misled 19. A. considerate 20. A. like

B. given B. it B. quickly B. through B. explained B. before B. shook B. nervousness B. hard B. as well as B. dropped out B. stopped B. enemy B. suggestion B. bags B. Unconsciously B. unlocked B. destroyed B. natural B. admire

C. escaped C. that C. possibly C. at C. called C. after C. refused C. bitterness C. ridiculous C. as though C. left behind C. began C. opponent C. impression C. pictures C. Unwillingly C. uncontrolled C. saved C. different C. notice

D. reached D. one D. 1ikely D. up D. repeated D. until D. smiled D. sympathy D. embarrassing D. as long as D. stayed near D. forgot D. person D. concept D. wallet D. Suddenly D. undefended D. ignored D. frequent D. recognize

3 A newly trained teacher named Mary went to teach at a Navajo Indian reservation. Every day, she would 1 five of the young Navajo students to go to the chalkboard and complete a simple math problem from 2 homework. They would stand there, silently, 3 to complete the task. Mary couldn’t figure it out. 4 she had studied in her educational curriculum helped, and she 5 hadn’t seen anything like it in her student-teaching days back in Phoenix. What am I doing wrong? Could I have chosen five students who can’t do the 6 ? Mary would wonder. No, 7 couldn’t be that. Finally she 8 the students what was wrong. And in their answers, she learned a 9 lesson from her young 10 pupils about self-image and a(n) 11 of self-worth. It seemed that the students 12 each other’s individuality and knew that 13 of them were capable of doing the problems. 14 at their early age, they understood the senselessness of the win-lose approach in the classroom. They believed no one would 15 if any students were shown up or embarrassed at the 16 . So they 17 to compete with each other in public. Once she understood, Mary changed the system 18 she could check each child’s math problem individually, but not at any child’s expense 19 his classmates. They all wanted to learn, 20 not at someone else’s expense. 1. A.get B.demand C.suggest D.urge 2. A.his B.their C.his own D.her 3. A.happy B.impatient C.eager D.unwilling 4. A.Anything B.Nothing C.Everything D.Neither 5. A.nearly B.certainly C.hardly D.never 6. A.question B.chalkboard C.problem D.homework 7. A.they B.it C.everything D.each 8. A.asked B.questioned C.challenged D.told 9. A.outstanding B.surprising C.annoying D.frightening 10.A.sunburned B.tender C.Indian D.naughty 11.A.sense B.image C.way D.aspect 12.A.had B.ignored C.respected D.cared 13.A.none B.no one C.each D.not all 14.A.As for B.Even though C.As if D.Even so 15.A.lose B.win C.achieve D.answer 16.A.time B.situation C.chalkboard D.condition 17.A.refused B.rejected C.postponed D.promised 18.A.if B.so that C.unless D.in case 19.A.by way of B.in favor of C.by means of D.in front of 20.A.and B.but C.so D.or

4 I remember vividly the call that changed my life. It was Tuesday, February 18.When the 1 rang in the kitchen of my Los Angeles, the 2 was Marty Banderas, a literary agent to whom I had sent a draft of my novel three weeks earlier. “I have a couple of 3 .” Banderas said. “First, how old are you?” “I'm 48,” I replied. “Are you in good 4 ?” “Yes, excellent. What’s this about? ” “I’ve sold your novels 5 one and a half million dollars.” I sat down in 6 . I had written fourteen novels in twenty years, but each one had been 7 by the publishers. I suppose many people would have been 8 , but not me. Each time, I just 9 writing another one. My husband advised me to find something else to do, but I refused to 10 up. Seeing this book 11 was the best thing that has ever happened to me. It's a mystery story (like all the others) and it was on the best-seller 12 two weeks after publication! I got my first lesson in story 13 from my grandmother. She used to read my stories. She was the one who gave me a 14 of words. She sparked (激发) my 15 and she has been a 16 influence on me. I always had stories running through my 17 and as soon as I could write, I 18 them down on paper. I married young and I have three children, but I never stopped writing. 19 novels between doing the diapers(婴儿尿布) and dishes. I'm writing another novel now. Yes, my 20 has changed my life. 1.A.phone 2.A.line 3.A.novels 4.A.wealth 5.A.to 6.A.need 7.A.rejected 8.A.worried 9.A.couldn't help 10.A.hold 11.A.sold 12.A.books 13.A.writing 14.A.use 15.A.hope 16.A.lasting 17.A.head 18.A.took 19.A.writing 20.A.friend C.clock D.alarm C.outside D.doorway C.questions D.problems C.condition D.order C.on D.in C.settlements D.shock C.decided D.lost C.discouraged D.excited C.got used to D.went on C.give D.set C.printed D.passed C.record D.list C.telling D.reading C.meaning D.respect C.novels D.imagination C.careful D.general C.hand D.blood C.broke D.added C.developing D.translating C.success D.work 5 The world always makes way for the dreamer. When I was twelve years old, my father took me to see Zig Zigler. I remember sitting in that dark hall listening to Mr. Zigler 1 everyone’s spirits up to the ceiling, I 2 there feeling like I could do anything. When we got to the car, I turned to my father and said, “Dad, I want to 3 people feel like that.” My father asked me 4 I meant. “I want to be a motivational speaker just like Mr. Zigler,” I replied.A 5 was born. Recently, I began seeking my dream of motivating others. 6 a four-year relationship with Fortune 100 Company 7 as a sales-trainer and ending as a regional sales manager, I left the company at the height of my 8 . Many people were 9 that I would leave after earning a six-figure income. And they asked 10 I would risk everything for a dream. I made my 11 to start my own company and leave my secure position after 12 a regional sales meeting. The vice-president of our company delivered a 13 that changed my life. He asked us, “If a god would offer you three wishes, what would they be?” After giving us a 14 to write down the three wishes, he then asked us, “Why do you need a 15 ?” I would never forget the power I felt at that moment. I realized that 16 I had accomplished in the past had prepared me for this moment. I was ready and didn’t need a god’s help to become a motivational speaker. A motivational speaker was 17 . Having made that decision, I was immediately 18 . One week after I gave notice, my husband was laid off from his job, and now we had no 19 . But I held fast to my dream. The wonder really began to happen. In a short time my husband found a better job.And I was able to book several 20 engagements with new customers. I discovered the incredible power of dreams.

B.bell B.step B.things B.health B.for B.joy B.received B.encouraged B.got down to B.look B.published B.shops B.organizing B.love B.efforts B.normal B.sweat B.put B.reading B.call

1.A.rise 2.A.left 3.A.get 4.A.that 5.A.dream 6.A.Before 7.A.beginning 8.A.life 9.A.disappointed 10.A.when 11.A.plan 12.A.attending 13.A.newspaper 14.A.day 15.A.help 16.A.everything 17.A.flexible 18.A.examined 19.A.help 20.A.selling

B.blow B.remained B.hope B.what B.idea B.After B.working B.love B.moved B.why B.promise B.joining B.book B.second B.job B.anything B.visual B.searched B.harm B.speaking

C.put C.arrived C.make C.which C.girl C.Because C.acting C.income C.surprised C.if C.decision C.entering C.report C.week C.god C.nothing C.gifted C.checked C.income C.writing

D.raise D.slipped D.cheer D.if D.speaker D.While D.regarding D.career D.delighted D.how D.mind D.holding D.speech D.moment D.company D.something D.born D.tested D.money D.listening

6 My grandmother was an iron-willed woman, the feared head of the family. When I was five years old, she invited some friends to her apartment for a party. __36__ the guests was a neighborhood big shot who was doing well in __37__. His wife was proud of their social status. They had a little girl about my age who was __38__ and very much used to getting her own way. At one point during the party, I __39__ my way to the bathroom and closed the door behind me. A minute or two later, the little girl __40__ the bathroom door and grandly walked in. I was still sitting down. "Don't you know that little girls aren't __41__ to come into the bathroom when a little boy is using it!?" I shouted. The __42__ I had heaped upon her shocked the little girl. Then she started to cry. She tearfully __43__ to her parents and my grandmother. Grandmother was waiting for me when I left the bathroom. I received the longest, sharpest __44__. After her scolding was over and I had been __45__, the party continued. Twenty minutes later, all that changed.Grandmother walked by the bathroom and noticed a flood of water __46__ out from under the door. She __47__ the bathroom door and saw that the sink and tub were plugged up and that the __48__ were going at full blast (拧到最大). Everyone knew who did it. The guests quickly formed a __49__ wall around me, but Grandmother was __50__ angry that she almost got to me anyway. My grandfather took me _51_ to the window. He was a kind and gentle man, full of wisdom and patience. __52__ did he raise his voice to anyone, and never did he __53__ with his wife. He looked at me with much curiosity, __54__ angry or upset. "Tell me," he asked, "why did you do it?" "Well, she yelled at me __55__," I said earnestly. "Now she's got something to yell about." Grandfather didn't speak right away. He just sat there, looking at me and smiling. "Eric," he said at last, "you are my revenge." 36.A.Between B.Among C.Within D.Beside 37.A.treatment B.structure C.service D.business 38.A.spoiled B.harmed C.liked D.concerned 39.A.made B.found C.pushed D.wound 40.A.closed B.opened C.beat D.tapped 41.A.expected B.asked C.supposed D.told 42.A.happiness B.depression C.embarrassment D.anger 43.A.complained B.apologized C.replied D.referred 44.A.crying B.scolding C.murmuring D.whispering 45.A.fined B.hired C.dismissed D.fired 46.A.moving B.stirring C.floating D.streaming 47.A.pushed open B.pulled down C.shut up D.knocked at 48.A.pipes B.taps C.tubes D.switches 49.A.productive B.hard C.protective D.rough

50.A.so 51.A.on my feet 52.A.Often 53.A.argue 54.A.instead of 55.A.for all

B.too B.by the hand B.Sometimes B.stand B.rather than B.for nothing

C.as C.with a smile C.Always C.communicate C.not at all C.without doubt

D.very D.in my shoes D.Rarely D.debate D.more than D.with sympathy

7 The situation seemed hopeless. From the first day he entered my junior-high classroom, Willard P. Franklin existed in his own world, 1 himself from his classmates and me, his teacher. My attempts at 2 up a friendly relationship with him were met with complete indifference. I came to know that Willard was 3 a loner who seemed to have no desire or need to 4 his barrier of silence. Shortly after the Thanksgiving holiday, we received word of the 5 Christmas collection of money for the less 6 people in our school district. “Christmas is a season of giving,” I told my students. “There are a few students in the school who 7 not have a happy holiday season. By 8 our Christmas collection, you will help buy food, clothing and toys for these 9 people. We’ll start the collection tomorrow.” When I 10 the donation the next day, I discovered that almost everyone had 11 except Willard P. Franklin. The boy dug deep into his pockets as he walked up to my desk. Carefully, he 12 two quarters into the small container. “I don’t need any milk for lunch,” he said in a low voice. For a moment, just a mo ment, he 13 . Then he turned and walked back to his desk. That night, after school, I took our small contributions to the school principal. I couldn’t help sharing the 14 that had taken place. “I may be wrong, 15 I believe Willard might be getting ready to become a part of the world around him,” I told the principal. “Yes, I believe it sounds 16 ,” he nodded. “And I have a hunch(直觉) we might do well to have him 17 a bit of his world with us. I just 18 a list of the poor families in our school who most need help 19 the Christmas collection. Here, take a look at it.” I discovered Willard P. Franklin and his family were the 20 names on the list. 1.A.protecting B.dividing C.encouraging D.separating 2.A.making B.setting C.taking D.getting 3.A.strictly B.hardly C.uniquely D.honestly 4.A.keep B.enjoy C.hate D.break 5.A.monthly B.seasonal C.annual D.daily 6.A.superior B.faithful C.fortunate D.poor 7.A.must B.might C.should D.must 8.A.taking to B.looking to C.turning to D.contributing to 9.A.greedy B.needy C.hopeless D.homeless 10.A.called for B.gave away C.allowed for D.brought in 11.A.remembered B.forgotten C.admitted D.promised 12.A.devoted B.pulled C.lost D.dropped 13.A.shouted B.cried C.smiled D.hesitated 14.A.hardship B.accident C.incident D.collection 15.A.or B.although C.if D.but 16.A.ridiculous B.hopeful C.vivid D.severe 17.A.share B.open C.expose D.leave 18.A.accepted B.cared C.received D.suppoeted 19.A.through B.by C.with D.under 20.A.urgent B.top C.minus D.familiar


8 An elderly carpenter was ready to retire. He told his employer of his plans to 1 the house-building business to live a more 2 life with his wife and 3 his extended family. He would miss the paycheck(工资)each week, but he wanted to retire. They could 4 . The employer was 5 to see his good worker go and asked if he could build just one more house as a personal favor. The carpenter said yes, 6 over time it was easy to see that his heart was not in his work. He used bad workmanship and 7 materials. It was an unfortunate way to 8 a dedicated(献身的)career. When the carpenter finished his work, his employer came to 9 the house. Then he handed the front-door 10 to the carpenter and said, “This is your house... my 11 to you.” The carpenter was shocked! What a 12 ! If he had only known he was building his own house, he would have done it all so differently. 13 it is with us. We build our lives, a day at a time, often putting 14 than our best into the building. Then, with a shock, we 15 we have to live in the house we have built. If we could do it over, we would do it much differently. But, you cannot 16 . You are the carpenter, and every day you hammer a nail, place a board, or build a wall. Someone 17 said, “Life is a do-it-yourself project.” Your 18 , and the choices you 19 today, help build the “house” you will live in tomorrow. Therefore, build 20 ! 1. A. continue 2. A. leisurely 3. A support 4. A. go off 5. A. upset 6. A. but 7. A. perfect 8. A. satisfy 9. A. buy 10. A. roof 11. A. gift 12. A. disappointment 13. A. So 14. A. worse 15. A. realize 16. A. step forward 17. A. even 18. A. attitude 19. A. learn 20. A. badly B. launch B. lonely B. undertake B. get by B. nervous B. while B. inferior B. improve B. repair B. window B. promise B. shame B. Yet B. more B. recall B. go back B. again B. experience B. select B. wisely C. leave C. orderly C. enjoy C. go on C. proud C. which C. superior C. meet C. inspect C. key C. salary C. pleasure C. As C. rather C. recognize C. come out C. once C. skill C. choose C. early D. desert D. friendly D. care D. pass away D. sorry D. before D. tough D. end D. sell D. design D. wage D. surprise D. Such D. less D. admit D. fall behind D. seldom D. wisdom D. make D. confidently

9 Every year on my birthday, from the time I turned twelve, a white gardenia was delivered to my house. No card or note came with it. 1 to the flower shop were always useless---it was a cash 2 . After a while I stopped trying to 3 who the sender was and just delighted in the beautiful and perfume of the white flower. But I never 4 imagining who the sender might be. Some of my 5 moments were spent daydreaming about it. My mother asked me whether there was someone for whom I had done a(n) 6 kindness who might be showing 7 . Perhaps the neighbor I helped when she was 8 a car full of groceries. Or maybe it was the old man 9 the street whose mail I helped to get during the 10 so he wouldn’t have to venture down his icy step. As a teenager, 11 , I had more fun guessing that it might be a 12 who had noticed me 13 I didn’t know him. One month before my high school graduation, my father died of a heart attack. He was 14 some of the most important events in my life. I became completely 15 in my upcoming graduation and the dance. When my father died, I 16 the dance and the dress for it. The day before the dance, I found a dress on the sofa. I didn’t 17 if I had a new dress or not, but my mother did. She wanted her children to feel 18 and lovable, imaginative, believing that there was a 19 in the world and beauty in the face of hard times. Actually mother wanted her children to see themselves much like the gardenia-lovely, 20 and perfect. The gardenia stopped coming when my mother died.

1. A. Calls 2. A. service 3. A .recognize 4. A. failed 5. A. saddest 6. A. special 7. A. concern 8. A. repairing 9. A. across 10.A. spring 11. A. though 12. A. friend 13. A .as if 14. A. considering 15. A. disappointed 16.A. forgot 17. A. wonder 18. A. contented 19. A. fiction 20. A. strong

B. Quarrels B. deal B. imagine B. stopped B. painful B. noble B. attitude B. washing B. through B. summer B. anyway B. superman B. even though B. expecting B. uninterested B. lost B. believe B. respected B. magic B. optional

C. Messages C. bargain C. wonder C. succeeded C. happiest C. valuable C. interest C. unloading C. from C. autumn C. therefore C. teacher C. in case C. missing C. discouraged C. hated C. care C. thanked C. secret C. smelly

D. Letters D. offer D. discover D. enjoyed D. loneliest D. important D. appreciation D. starting D. onto D. winter D. indeed D. boy D. so that D. preparing D. concentrated D. expected D. know D. loved D. comedy D. vivid

10 When I was twelve years old, my family were the first black people to move into an all-white part of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Many of our new 1 weren’t very welcoming. Some of the adults said 2 that we should return where we came from. The 3 sometimes threw stones at me or 4 me home from school. Most of my teachers 5 ignored me, but not Dorothy Bean, my history teacher. Miss Bean was angry at how badly I was being 6 , but she didn’t say this to me. Miss Bean showed her 7 for me by teaching me just like anyone else. 8 being unnoticed, I was given a 9 to show that I was smart. Miss Bean was the first teacher who ever made me 10 for myself. She insisted on knowing what I thought about difficult 11 . Was Thomas Jefferson right to buy Louisiana from France? Why? She 12 me to have an opinion and to be able to 13 it up. Miss Bean was teaching me that thinking for oneself was the real 14 to success in learning. One day, when I was not paying attention in class, Miss Bean suddenly 15 an eraser at me. Unbelievably, the eraser hit me right on the hand and 16 my pencil flying. The whole class was 17 at first, then started laughing. This incident became famous in the school and, 18 it happened to me, the students wanted to get to 19 me. So that’s the story of how Dorothy Bean made me her target, and how I became just another 20 in school. 1. A. friends 2. A. kindly 3. A. seniors 4. A. drove 5. A. hardly 6. A. taught 7. A. dislike 8. A. Instead of 9. A. question 10. A. care 11. A. exams 12. A. got 13. A. back 14. A. notice 15. A. handed 16. A. sent 17. A. moved 18. A. when 19. A. greet 20. A. kid B. relatives B. pitifully B. children B. took B. simply B. fooled B. thanks B. In memory of B. chance B. look B. history B. forced B. set B. key B. threw B. found B. calmed B. once B. know B. problem C. fellows C. angrily C. enemies C. helped C. suddenly C. tricked C. respect C. In case of C. test C. work C. questions C. allowed C. put C. attention C. dismissed C. caused C. worried C. because C. punish C. figure

D. neighbors D. anxiously D. elders D. carried D. widely D. treated D. sympathy D. In spite of D. place D. think D. books D. expected D. give D. attitude D. pulled D. kept D. shocked D. whether D. admire D. example

11 I had spent over five exhausting years on my essay for my Ph. D. and was anxiously preparing for my oral boards which were to be held in California, and I had 36 a flight through Minneapolis, where I was to change 37 . My flight was very late, and I was soon in an all—out run to 38 my flight. I had to stop to catch my 39 on a moving sidewalk when I 40 a woman in her fifties 41 with a carry-on bag. I don’t know 42 , but I looked at her face and blurted out, “Are you going on flight 567 to California?” She responded, “Yes.” “So am I ,” I responded. “Give me your bag. I’ll run 43 and tell them to wait for you.” I took her bag and started running again. I 44 onto the plane and told a flight attendant that one more passenger was behind me and to please 45 the plane for her. I 46 myself with her bag, and a few moments later she arrived and was the last person on the plane 47 they closed the doors and 48 . After the plane leveled off, I 49 the bag to her, and she smiled at me and thanked me. I didn’t sleep a wink in the hotel and arrived at the 50 at seven o’clock in the morning. The 51 kept me waiting for an hour in a room. I walked into the boardroom and was initially frightened by all the 52 in their robes. As I slowly 53 at the faces of all the board members, I noticed the bright face of a woman. She gave me a smile 54 a young schoolgirl. It was the same woman whose bag I had carried ahead the night before. 55 , whenever I made a mistake on any questions, she did a great job of relaxing me. 36.A.prepared B.caught C.scheduled D.ordered 37.A.trains B.buses C.planes D.directions 38.A.catch B.run C.get D.hold 39.A.flight B.breath C.bag D.companions 40.A.greeted B.met C.noticed D.seek 41.A.walking B.struggling C.carrying D.running 42.A.how B.why C.what D.where 43.A.before B.immediately C.fast D.ahead 44.A.raced B.got C.solved D.opened 45.A.leave B.hold C.remain D.reserve 46.A.found B.took C.seated D.occupied 47.A.after B.when C.while D.before 48.A.left out B.run away C.took off D.carried away 49.A.presented B.preserved C.proved D.showed 50.A.place B.university C.palace D.city 51.A.meeting B.board C.essay D.argument 52.A.professors B.ladies C.staffs D.teachers 53.A.stared B.watched C.glanced D.looked 54.A.like B.as C.of D.from 55.A.Needless to say B.Generally speakingC.What’s more D.In the end 12 "Knowing my character defects (缺陷) leads me naturally to the next step of blaming my parents," one woman said. Benjamin Franklin didn't feel that way. Becoming 36 of his character defects led him to something quite remarkable. He exercised what author J. Martin Kohe calls YOUR GREATEST POWER-- your power to 37 . Franklin noticed that he had 38 getting along with people. He tended to 39 too much. He had trouble making and 40 friends. So he made a choice. "He chose to 41 his own personality and make a list of what he considered undesirable personality traits (特征). It was New Year's Day. Franklin finished his list of personality traits he wanted to 42 . He identified 13 character defects and 43 to work on each one for a week. He did this for an entire year and 44 checked each trait off his list. Benjamin Franklin 45 one of the finest personalities in America. People 46 to him and admired him. When the colonies (殖民地) needed 47 from France, they sent Franklin. The French liked him and gave him what he wanted. Suppose Franklin had chosen to go through life without using his greatest power -- his power to choose. Suppose he thought that there was really 48 he could do about himself. Would France have _49 the colonies? The history of the world may have been quite 50 .

One good wish changes nothing. But one good 51 changes everything. Your power to choose, to make a good decision, brings about the difference between wishing and making those wishes come true. Do you need to 52 your greatest power? Your power to choose can never be taken from you. It can he overlooked. It can be 53 . But if used, it can 54 all the difference. Use your greatest power and, whether or not you change history, you will 55 change your future. 36. A. doubtful B. aware C. afraid D. curious 37. A. choose B. dream C. decide D. win 38. A. power B. advantage C. success D. difficulty 39. A. want B. argue C. discuss D. speak 40. A. staying B. meeting C. keeping D. lasting 41. A. examine B. treasure C. form D. afford 42. A. throw B. keep C. get D. change 43. A. determined B. advised C. supposed D. wished 44. A: immediately B. finally C. certainly D. possibly 45. A. received B. handled C. developed D. approached 46. A. looked up B. looked down C. looked over D. looked through 47. A. advice B. business C. help D. food 48. A. something B. nothing C. anything D. everything 49. A. defeated B. supported C. needed D. won 50. A. same B. difficult C. different D. familiar 51. A. decision B. luck C. advice D. plan 52. A. exercise B. choose C. play D. build 53. A. lost B. removed C. ignored D. closed 54. A. give B. have C. take D. make 55. A. hardly B. certainly C. suddenly D. impossibly


1 【答案与解析】 1. B 句意为 “阳光透过高大的窗户上的百叶窗, 照射到空气中的灰尘里, 被分割成条状的光束” 。 故选 B。 2. D take a deep breath 意为“深呼吸” ,与下空有关。 3. A 只有“气味”刺鼻(tickle my nose),首句有提示。 4. B 纵观下文和全文主题句(尾句)可知答案选 B。miss 意为“想念” ,作者已在现场,故不妥。 5. C 根据上下文语境和上空可知答案应选 C。 6. D 根据首句中的 the drama room 和第 3 段中的 when I’m on stage 可知答案应选 D。 7. A 舞台是假装(演戏)的地方,此处是转折句,故答案选 A。 8. C 句意为“像很多年轻人一样,我不停地想到人们在评判我,但是当我演出时,这种感觉没有了” 。 but 之后是时间状语,故其前也应是时间副词,故答案选 C。 9. A 根据上文的 when I act 可知答案应选 A。 10. B 根据前文的提示 people are judging me 可知答案选 B。 11. D 句意为“我所担心的和来自外界的压力都被制止了” ,故答案选 D。 12.C 13. A 这是一个意义上发生转折的并列分句。句意为“紧张是肯定的,但是也很刺激,很让人兴奋,不 是那种与众不同的孤单的感觉” 。 14. D relatively 意为“相对地,比较地” ,absolutely 意为“绝对地,完全地” 。根据下文可知应选 D。 句意为“我非常喜欢在后台工作,还有上台表演” 。 15. B doubt 表示“怀疑其无” ,suspect 表示“怀疑其有” 。句意为“我估计没有别的女孩愿意在满是绳 索和灰尘的梯子上工作,而我却非常喜欢” 。故答案选 B。 16.C elbow 意为“肘” 。be up to the elbow in 意为“埋头于,专心于” ,out at elbows 意为“衣衫褴褛的; 贫困的” 。故答案选 C。w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m 17. A 18. A 句意为“我能够在一个很少有人(尤其女孩)能胜任的领域里很成功,这让我觉得自己很独特,让我 很自豪” 。故答案选 A。 19. D cruelly 意为“残忍地” ,tensely 意为“紧张地” ,friendly 意为“友好的” ,mildly 意为“温柔地” 。

故答案选 D。 20. C 句意为“跟其他人一样,我也经常觉得不安,不知道我是谁,不知道将来会发生什么” 。故答案选 C。 2 1.(C)《微笑》是法国作家安东尼· 圣艾修伯里的作品,圣艾修伯里是名飞行员,二次大战对抗纳粹时被击落身 亡,之前他也曾参加西班牙内战打击法西斯分子。他根据这次经验写了一篇精彩的故事 ——《微笑》 。他的 代表作《小王子》是美国人都很熟悉的童话故事。 1.此处的 escaped their search 字面上就表示出“(烟)逃离了他们的搜查”,也就是“没有被他们搜走(的烟)”。 2.(D) one 指代前文中的一支烟。

3.(A) 因为“手抖”,所以“好不容易地”把烟放进嘴里。 4.(B) bars 指监狱的铁窗,透过铁窗的间隙看着狱卒,下文也有提示。 5.(C) 根据下文的(狱卒)“came over”判断我们隔着些距离,应该是“大声叫道”。 6.(A) 当他靠近的时候。 7.(D) 那一刻,我微笑了。也正是这一微笑,消除了他们之间的隔阂。 8.(B) 可能是因为紧张,这是对一位蹲监狱的人的一种合乎逻辑的推测。 9.(B) 当你如此靠近另一个人,你很难不对他微笑。 10.(C) 微笑如同火花般,打破了我们心灵间的隔阂。 11.(D) 根据“looking at me directly in the eyes”可判断出。w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m 12.(A) 狱卒朝我微笑,我自然也微笑,认识到他不仅仅是一名狱卒。 13.(D) 认识到他不仅仅是一名狱卒,也是一个有血有肉有感情的人。 14.(A) 下文他突然问及孩子,所以这里是有了另外一个念头。 15.(C) 根据下文“He,too,took out the pictures of his family……”可知。 16.(D) 狱卒听作者说他的家庭孩子, 不禁触及他内心柔软的部分令他落泪, "突然" 二话不说打开门让他 逃走。 17.(B) unlocked 打开(牢房) 18.(C) 是微笑“救了”他的命。 19.(B) 微笑是人与人之间最自然真挚的沟通方式。 20.(D) 如果我们能用心灵去认识彼此,世间不会有结怨成仇的憾事;恨意、嫉妒、恐惧也会不复存在。 3 1—5 ABDBB 6—10 CBABC 11—15 ACDDB 16—20 CABDB 1.A 每天让五个 Navajo Indian(纳瓦霍印第安)学生上黑板做简单的数学题 2.B 根据上文中的 five of the young Navajo students,这里用 their。 3.D 学生不愿意在黑板上做。 4.B;5.B 为什么学生不愿在黑板上做?Mary 弄不明白了。她在教育课程中学到的东西也不能帮助她弄 清这个问题,且她在 Phoenix 教学生的那些日子当然不会遇到这样的事情。 6.C Mary 开始反思:是不是我选了五个不会做这道题的学生? 7.B 情况不是那样。这里用 it,代指上文提到的事情。 8.A 根据下文的“answers” ,这里应该用 asked。 9.B;10.C;11.A Mary 从纳瓦霍印第安小学生了解到他们的自我形象意识和自尊感,这令她感到惊讶。 12.他们尊重彼此的个性。表示“尊重”用“respected” 。 13.他们知道并不是所有的学生都能做出那些数学题。 “并不是所有的”表示部分否定,用“not all” 。 14.D even 在这里表示强调。

15.B; 16.A 他们认为如果任何人在黑板前被揭露出不会做或者感到尴尬,他们都会成为失败者。 17.他们拒绝在公共场所彼此竞争。这里要用“refuse” ,reject 含有“拒绝接受”之意。 18.so that “以便” 。

19.in front of his classmates 在同学面前。 20.but 表示转折。 4 1.A 前面提到了“记得一个电话”。call 是电话之意,当然下文仍然指当电话响的时候我正在家的厨房里, 当然选 phone。 2.A line 仍然指电话的意思。

3.C 从下句可知有几个问题要问。 4.B be in good health .身体状况良好。 5.B for 我把你的小说卖了一百五十万块钱。 6.D 意为:听了这一好消息很是震惊。 7.A 指以前写的小说一直都被出版社拒绝。 8.C 句意是说:很多人都会泄气。 9.B get down to doing 开始着手做某事。承接上文意思,这句说:每次被出版社拒绝后,我不灰心,开始 着手写另一本。 10.C 固定短语 give up。 本句意思是“丈夫建议我做点别的事情,但我不放弃。” 11.B see sth. done,当然就是看到这本书被出版了。

12.D 指这本书列入了畅销品之内。 13.C 意为讲述故事。 14.B love “是 grandmother 给我讲故事让我喜欢上写小说。”

15.D 由于那些故事激发了我的想象力。 16.A 那些故事对我有持久的影响。 17.A 大脑中老是有故事。 18.B 19.C put down 意为 write down。 develop novels 展开故事。

20.C 指我写小说这件事的成功改变了我的一生。 5 1—5 DACBA 6—10 AADCB 11—15 CADDC 16—20 ADDCB 1.D raise 及物动词, “提高,提升”的意思。

2.A 我听了 Zig Zigler 的报告,受到激励,离开的时候“感觉”我什么都能做。 3.C make people feel like that “使人们感觉到自己有能力做事情” 。 4.B what 引导宾语从句。 5.A 一个梦想诞生了。这里是说:我想做一个像 Zig Zigler 一样的人,通过报告会去激励人们。 6.A 连词 after。意思是:工作四年后。 7.A 根据下文的 ending 一词,我们判断这里用 beginning。意思是:在这个公司由一个销售培训师做到了 区域销售经理。 8.D 在我事业最高峰的时候,我离开了这家公司。 9.C 很多人对我的离开感到惊奇,

10.B 他们问我为什么要为理想冒失去一切的风险。 11.C 在参加了一个区域销售会议后,我决定开办自己的公司。 12.A attend a meeting 参加会议。 13.D deliver a speech 发表演说。 14.D 给我们一会儿时间去写下三个愿望。 15.C 根据上下文,这里填 god。意思是:为什么要神来帮助我们实现愿望了?也就是说:为什么我们不能 靠自己的努力去实现愿望呢? 16.A 那个时刻我感觉到力量,我在过去所完成的一切已为我辞职去开办自己的公司,实现自己的梦想做 好了准备。 17.D 一个 motivational speaker 诞生了。 18.D 我很快受到了“考验” 。 19.C 没有了“收入” 。 20.B 一个 motivational speaker 的工作就是 speaking。 6 这是一篇趣味性记叙文。作者通过一件小事描写了祖母和祖父的两个截然不同的处理方法。表现出祖母 脾气蛮横,祖父性格温和。人物性格鲜明突出。 36.B 前文说她邀请了一些亲戚朋友到公寓里聚会。此处:在这些客人中。 37.D 由 a neighborhood big shot 可知:是做生意发了财的大款。do well in sth.在……方面很出色。 38.A 因家里有钱以及下文的 and very much used to getting her own way 可知:他们的小女儿被宠得非常 娇气,脾气很蛮横。spoil 宠坏,溺爱。 39.A 晚会进行中,我走进了洗手间并随手把门关上。make one’s way to 向……走去。Find one’s way 找 到去……的路;push one’s way 挤出……的路;wind one’s way 蜿蜒前进。 40.B 由 and grandly walked in 得知:那个小女孩推开洗手间的门。 41.C be supposed to do sth. 理应做……;应该做……。句意为:“难道你不知道当一个男孩在使用洗手 间的时候女孩子是不可以进来的吗!? 42.D 由上文得知:男孩很生气。 43.A 听到我生气的吼声,她一下子惊呆了,然后她边哭边向她的父母和我的祖母告状。 44.B 当我从洗手间出来,祖母劈头盖脸地把我骂了一通。 45.C 等她骂完叫我滚开之后,晚会继续进行。dismiss 使退去,退下,解散。 46.D 当祖母从洗手间走过的时候,她发现有股水流从门缝里涌出来。 47.A 她猛力地撞开洗手间的门,发现洗手盆和浴缸都被塞子塞住了。 48.B 水龙头被拧到最大,水正哗啦啦地直流。 49.C 每个人都知道是谁搞的鬼,愤怒的祖母使劲地挥舞着双手要打我,客人们马上在我周围形成了一 堵人墙保护我。productive 多产的;protective 保护性的。 50.A 此处是 so…that 句型,表示“如此愤怒, (尽管有人墙保护)差点打了我”。 51.B 祖父牵着我的手来到窗前。表示牵着/抓着某人的手或其它部位的句型为:主语+ take / catch / hold

/ get etC.+sB.+ 介词 by +the +身体某部位。此处的 the 不能用 his, her, my 代替。by surprise,with anxiety 与句子意义不符。 52.D 此处进一步讲述祖父是个什么样的人。由上文 He was a kind and gentle man, full of wisdom and patience 可知:他很少提高嗓门和别人说话。从句子结构上分析,此处是倒装形式,只有否定意义的副词位 于句首才能倒装。 53.A 由上文 kind and gentle man 可知:他也从来没有和祖母吵架。 54.C 由下文意义可知祖父的反映是:没有半点生气或烦恼的样子。 55 . B 此处表示 “ 祖母她先无缘无故地骂了我一顿 ” ,这回小男孩故意捣乱之后让她骂就有理由了。 w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m 7 1-5DBADC 6-10CBDBA 11-15BDCCD 16-20BACAB 8 1.C. 根据上文的retire可知,他想离开自己的工作,故选C项leave。 2.A.。leisurely悠闲的,慢悠悠的;lonely孤独的;orderly有秩序的,有条理的;friendly友好的。根据常 识可知,人们退休了以后,生活常是悠闲的,故选A项。 3.C. 退休了以后,老人可以更好的享受家庭的乐趣,选C项enjoy最佳。 4.B. go off开火、爆炸,(电灯等)熄灭;get by维持生计,设法过活;pass on转交,递给;work away 连续不停地工作。根据前面的extended family和miss the paycheck可推知,老人生活上悠闲,但没有了工资, 生活可能不如以前宽松,但他们能设法维持,故选B项。 5. D. 根据上文retire和下文的his good worker, 作为老板, 自己的好员工要走了, 自然惋惜, 故选D项sorry 是符合情理的。 6.A. 从下文得知,老木匠的最后一座房子造的很不好,是因为他不用心。所以此处表示转折,选A项 but,意为“他虽然答应了,但并不用心工作”。注意while是并列连词,表示前后对比,而非转折。 7.B. 根据前文的bad workmanship和下文可知,老木匠用的建筑材料是劣质的,故inferior正确。 8.D. 根据前文的retire、go和asked if he could build just one more house可知,这是老木匠为老板建造的最 后一座房子,是他一生事业的结束,故选D项end。 9.C. 作为老板,自己让人建设的房子完工了,自然来查看一下。下文也提到他并非来购买、出售或修 理房子,排除了其他选项。 10.C. 从下文的If he had only known he was building his own house可以看出,老板把刚刚建设的房子作 为礼物(gift)送给了老木匠,应该给他房门钥匙,故A项key正确。 11.A. 根据上下文可知,这是老板给老木匠的礼物,以表示感谢。 12.B. 根据上文的shock和下句If he had only known he was building his own house, he would have done it all so differently可知,老木匠为自己做的蠢事感到羞耻、后悔,故选B项shame正确。 13.A. “So it is with sb.”是一常见句型,意为“??也如此”。注意此题易错选as,误认为是定语从 句。As可以引导定语从句,但注意是此句末的标点是句号,因此缺少先行词,无法构成定语从句。其他两选 项意思、结构均不正确。 14.D. 根据文意,作者在向我们阐述一个道理,我们的生活也象老木匠建房子一样,没有投入全身心,

即用的努力少(less),因此,选D项符合文意。 15.A. 根据上下文,开始我们没有觉察,但后来当我们认识到自己的愚蠢行为时,为时已晚。所以,此 处选择realize是正确的。 16.B. 根据上文If we could do it over, we would do it much differently.和But可知,我们虽认识到错误,但 有些事情是无法重新再做一遍的。 Step forward自告奋勇; go back回到、 重新再来; come out (太阳、 星星??) 出现;look around环视、环顾。四个词组中只有go back有此意。 17.C. 不符。 18.A. 根据上文,老木匠既有经验,技艺也高超,但态度不端正犯了大错。因此,一个人做事的态度决 定结果,故选attitude是正确的。 19.D. Make a choice/ choices是常见的搭配,意为“作出选择”。 20.B. 根据最后一段和上文中的therefore可知,作者是在告戒读者:我们既然明白了这个道理,“建造 自己的房子时”就明智些吧!所以wisely正确。 9 1. A. “打电话”询问送花人是谁。 2. B. a cash deal 现金交易,暗示没有留下姓名、地址。 3. D. try to discover 尽量查明。此空不用 imagine, 否则与下句相互矛盾。 4. B. 从未停止过。fail 和 succeed 后接 in doing. 5. C. 心情愉快。其它三个选项意义相反。 6. A. special 的含义可包括 valuable 和 important。 7. D. 表示感激。 8. C. 由 full of groceries 可知帮助“御货”。 9. A. 横过马路。 10. D. 下文中的 icy 表明“冬天”。 11. A. 表示转折。 12. D. 从下段的 dress 可知作者是女性。在此表也许是一个男孩看上了她。 13. B. 让步状语从句。 14. C. miss 失去。 15. B. 对…不感兴趣。因为下文涉及作者忘记了舞会的事情,对礼服也不关心。 16. A. 忘记。此空应与上空结合起来考虑。 17. C. care = mind 关心,在意,计较。 18. D. feel loved 感受到被爱。 19. B. 魔力。下文谈到生活就象可爱的栀子花,使作者充满暇想。 20. A. 坚强。perfect(完美) 包含 beautiful 的意思,故 B 不可选。 10 1. D 由于刚刚搬进(move into)这个白人居住区,所以新结识的应是邻居。


2. C 因歧视而讨厌他们的到来,故愤怒地说。 3. B 对十二岁的“我”扔石头并把“我”从学校赶回家, 这些更像同龄孩子的行为, 再与前文中的 adults 相 对照,可确定此处用 children。 4. A 该社区的孩子对“我”是不友好的,所以不可能做出 B、C、D 三项中的行为:带(帮、抬)我回家。 Drove 是“驱赶”的意思。 5. B hardly 与 ignored 连用,则意为不忽视, 与语境相悖; 从行文逻辑上看此处无须表达“突然”或“广

泛”之意,故排除 C、D 两项;simply 此处用以加强语气,相当于 just,可译为“简直”,“就这么简单!”。 6. D Miss Bean 对“我”受到的不公正的对待表示愤慨。这种不公正的对待既来自一些教师,也来自一些 学生。另外,教师对“我”的不公正对待主要表现为不提问、不关心(ignored) ,但并不等同于不好好教,故排 除 A 项。B、C 两项离题较远,不难排除。 7. C 本题考查在语境中选词的能力。前文说作者受到了不公正的待遇,受人歧视,Miss Bean 对此感到 愤怒。她通过像教别人一样教 “ 我 ” 表达她的一种感情,这种感情与别人的相反:别人歧视,我尊重。 w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m 8 A 此处讲述的是“我”在 Miss Bean 课堂上受到的对待:不是被忽视,而是被给表现的机会。 9. B 参见上题。 10. D 答案依据在下文:Miss Bean 努力引导“我”养成独立思考的习惯。 11. C 下文紧接着便是 Miss Bean 一个 question,作为例子。 12 D 根据语境,Miss Bean 期待(而不是命令、强迫或允许)“我”有自己的见解并能有理由支撑见解。 13 A it 指 opinion。back up 意为“全力支持”。 14 B 独立思考是学习成功的关键。Key to sth. 打开……的钥匙;做好……的关键。D 项干扰较大,但

thinking for oneself 是一种行为,而不是一种态度,故 attitude 不太恰当。 15. B 课上精力不集中才会受到惩罚。 16. A send sth. flying 意为“使……飞起来”; keep sth. flying 意为“使……飞个不停”。 17. D18. C19. B 由于这件事在全校出了名,很多人都想认识“我” 。 20. A 全文主要讲述 Miss Bean 如何帮助“我”改变不被同学和老师接纳、不能溶入学校生活的状态。通过巧 妙的 “ 惩罚 ” ,使 “ 我 ” 成为全校注意的对象,结果成为该校和别的孩子一样的另一个孩子( another kid ) 。 w.w.w.k.s.5 11 36—40 CCABC 41—45 BBDAB 46—50 CDCAB 51—55 BACAA 12 36. BADBC 41. ADABC 46. ACBBC 51. AACDB


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