高中英语综合训练题 完型填空 语法填空 七选五 一.完型填空 I used to believe in the American Dream，which meant a job，a mortgage(按揭)，credit cards, success. I wanted it and worked toward it like everyone else, all of us _
_36__ chasing the same thing. One year, through a series of unhappy events, it all fell __37__． I found myself homeless and alone. I had my truck and$56.I __38__ the countryside for some place I could rent for the __39__ possible amount. I came upon a shabby house four miles up a winding mountain road __40__ the Potomac River in West Virginia. It was __41__， full of broken glass and rubbish. I found the owner, rented it，and __42__ a corner to camp in. The locals knew nothing about me，__43__ slowly, they started teaching me the __44__ of being a neighbor. They dropped off blankets，candles，and tools，and began __45__ around to chat. They started to teach me a belief in a __46__ American Dream—not the one of individual achievement but of __47__. What I had believed in, all those things I thought were __48__ for a civilized life, were nonexistent in this place.__49__ on the mountain, my most valuable possessions were my __50__ with my neighbors. Four years later, I moved back into __51__．I saw many people were having a really hard time, __52__ their jobs and homes. I managed to rent a big enough house to __53__ a handful of people. There are four of us now in the house，but over time I've had nine people come in and move on to other places. We'd all be in __54__ if we hadn't banded together. The American Dream I believe in now is a shared one. It's not so much about what I can get for myself；it's about __55__ we can all get by together. 36．A.separately B．equally C．violently D．naturally 37．A.off B．apart C．over D．out 38．A.crossed B．left C．toured D．searched 39．A.fullest B．largest C．fairest D．cheapest 40．A.at B．through C．over D．round 41．A.occupied B．abandoned C．emptied D．robbed 42．A.turned B．approached C．cleared D．cut 43．A.but B．although C．otherwise D．for 44．A.benefit B．lesson C．nature D．art 45．A.sticking B．looking C．swinging D．turning 46．A.wild B．real C．different D．remote 47．A.neighborliness B．happiness C．friendliness D．kindness 48．A.unique B．expensive C．rare D．necessary 49．A.Up B．Down C．Deep D．Along 50．A.cooperation B．relationships C．satisfaction D．appointments 51．A.reality B．society C．town D．life 52．A.creating B．losing C．quitting D．offering 53．A.put in B．turn in C．take in D．get in 54．A.yards B．shelters C．camps D．cottages 55．A.when B．what C．whether D．how
二.语法填空 Australia, the last continent, was discovered by ships 1 (belong) to some European nations in the seventeenth century. These nations were 2 (little) interested in changing it into a colony than in 3 (explore) it. As in the early history of the United States, it was the English 4 set up the settlements in Australia. This history and the geography of these two British colonies have some other things in common as well. Australia and the United States are about the same in size, and their western lands are both not rich 5 soil. It was on the eastern coast of Australia and America that the English first settled, and both colonies soon began to develop towards the west. However, this westward 6 (move) took place 7 because the English were searching for better land than the population was increasing. Settlements of the west part of both countries developed quickly after gold 8 discover) in America in 1849 and in Australia two years later. Although the development of these two countries has a lot in common, there are some 9 (strike) differences as well. The United States gained its independence from England by revolution while Australia won its independence without having to go to war. Australia, 10 (like) the United States, was firstly turned into a colony by English prisoners and its economic development was in wheat growing and sheep raising. By 1922, for example, Australia had fifteen times more sheep than it had people or almost half as many sheep as there are people today in the United States. Australia and the United States have more in common with each other than either one has with most of the rest of the world. 三.七选五 1 People traveled in search of food and shelter or in order to flee from their enemies. Sometimes they were looking for gold or silver in order to become rich. On other occasions they were searching for rich farmland. This is not to say that no one ever traveled just for fun. Even in ancient times, some pleasure travel occurred. During a typical season, 700,000 tourists. would crowd into the ancient city of Rome, where animals performed and magicians entertained them. 2 3 International tourist arrivals alone reached as many as 546 million in 1994 and are forecast to rise to 937 million in 2010, according to the World Trade Organization. 4 Probably the most common reason for traveling is related to our physical well-being. Actually, traveling to sports events is one of the fastest growing types of travel. In our fast developing, modern society where stress has become part of people’s life, people can rest and relax by having a change of environment and activities. 5 No one seems to doubt that travel broadens the mind. In 18th century Europe, young men would go on a Grand Tour to various countries in order to complete their education. Today the desire to travel to different countries is encouraged by modem mass media. People who travel to other countries can at the same time learn more about their own country and culture. A. But why do people like traveling so much? B. Throughout history, most travel was not for pleasure. C. So they travel to a lake for a swim or to a park for a hike. D. The improvement in transportation has also encouraged people to travel. E. Wealthy Romans made trips to Greece to take part in the Olympic Games. F. The growth of tourism has become a modern phenomenon experienced by all countries in the world. G. Another important reason for traveling is to satisfy our curiosity about different places and cultures.