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第一节 完型填空(2014 年) Parents feel that it is difficult to live with teenagers. Then again, teenagers have 1 feelings about their parents, saying that it is not easy living with them. According to

a recent daily research, the most common 2 between parents and teenagers is that regarding untidiness and daily routine tasks. On the one hand, parents go mad over 3 rooms, clothes thrown on the floor and their children’s refusal to help with the 4 . On the other hand, teenagers lose their patience continually when parents blame them for 5 the towel in the bathroom, not cleaning up their room or refusing to do the shopping at the supermarket. The research, conducted by St. George University, shows that different parents have different 6 to these problems. However, some approaches are more 7 than others. For example, those parents who yell at their children for their untidiness, but 8 clean the room for them, have fewer chances of changing their children’s 9 . On the contrary, those who let teenagers experience the 10 of their actions can do better. For example, when teenagers who don’t help their parents with the shopping don’t find their favorite drink in the refrigerator, they are forced to 11 their actions. Psychologists say that 12 is the most important thing in the parent-child relationships. Parents should 13 to their children but at the same time they should lend an ear to what they have to say. Parents may 14 their children when they are untidy but they should also understand that their room is their own private space. Communication is a two-way process. It is only by listening to and 15 each other that problems between parents and children can be settled. 1. A. natural 2. A. interest 3. A. noisy 4. A. homework 5. A. washing 6. A. approaches 7. A. complex 8. A. later 9. A. behavior 10. A. failures 11. A. defend 12. A. communication 13. A. replay 14. A. hate 15. A. loving B. strong B. argument B. crowded B. housework B. using B. contributions B. popular B. deliberately B. taste B. changes B. delay B. bond B. attend B. scold B. observing C. guilty C. link C. messy C. problem C. dropping C. introductions C. scientific C. seldom C. future C. consequences C. repeat C. friendship C. attach C. frighten C. understanding D. similar D. knowledge D. locked D. research D. replacing D. attitudes D. successful D. thoroughly D. nature D. thrills D. reconsider D. trust D. talk D. stop D. praising

完形填空 第一节 完型填空(2013 年) Number sense is not the ability to count. It is the ability to recognize a 1 in number. Human beings are born with this ability. 2 , Experiments show that many animas are, too. For example, many birds have good number sense. If a nest has four eggs and you remove one, the bird will not 3 . However, if you remove two, the bird 4 leaves. This means that the bird knows the 5 between two and three. Another interesting experiment showed a bird’s 6 number sense. A man was trying to take a photo of a crow(乌鸦) that had a nest in a tower, but the crow always left when she saw him coming. The bird did not 7 until the man left the tower. The man had an 8 . He took another man with him to the tower. One man left and the other stayed, but they did not 9 the bird. The crow stayed away until the second man left, too. The experiment was 10 with three men and then with four men. But the crow did not return to the nest until all the men were 11 . It was not until five men went into the tower and only four left that they were 12 able to fool the crow. How good is a human’s number sense? It’s not very good. For example, babies about fourteen months old almost always notice if something is taken away from a 13 group. But when the number goes beyond three or four, the children are 14 fooled. It seems that number sense is something we have in common with many animals in this world, and that our human 15 is not much better than a crow’s. 1. A. rise B. pattern C. change D. trend 2. A. Importantly B. Surprisingly C. Disappointedly D. Fortunately 3. A. survive B. care C. hatch D. notice 4. A. generally B. sincerely C. casually D. deliberately 5. A. distance B. range C. difference D. interval 6. A. amazing B. annoying C. satisfying D. disturbing 7. A. relax B. recover C. react D. return 8. A. appointment B. excuse C. idea D. explanation 9. A. fool B. hurt C. catch D. kill 10. A. reported B. repeated C. designed D. approved 11. A. confused B. gone C. tired D. drunk 12. A. gradually B. luckily C. strangely D. finally 13. A. single B. small C. local D. new 14. A. seldom B. temporarily C. merely D. often 15. A. sight B. nature C. ability D. belief

第一节 完形填空(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) (2012 年) We all know that some things are obviously right. For example, it is right to be 1 to other people. It is also right to look after the environment. Some things are 2 wrong, too. For instance, we should not hurt or bully (欺负) others, nor should we litter. Rules often tell us what is right or wrong. Rules can help the public make the right 3 , and remain safe. Car drivers have to obey traffic regulations that tell them the right things to do on the road to avoid crashes. Cyclists who give signals before turning or stopping help prevent 4 . If people follow rules without taking other matters into consideration, it will be 5 for them to form what is sometimes called a “black and white” view. For example, they may believe that people should always tell the truth, and that lying is 6 acceptable. Such people always stick to their views, even if it means that they may get into 7 . Sometimes it may not be so easy to know 8 what is right or wrong. Some people choose not to eat meat because they believe that it is 9 to eat animals, but others argue that they can eat meat and 10 be kind to animals; some insist that stealing is always wrong, but others think that one does not need to feel to 11 when stealing some food to eat, if lives in a really poor area and he is 12 . Rules help us live together in harmony, because they show us the right way to _ 13 _ other .However, some people argue that rules may be __14 , having observed that rules change all the time , and that some schools have some regulations and other have different ones -- so who is to _15___ what is right ? 1. A. kind B. sensitive C. fair D. generous 2. A. equally B. slightly C. clearly D. increasingly 3. A. suggestion B. conclusions C. turns D. choices 4. A. accidents B. mistakes C. falls D. deaths 5. A. interesting B. vital C. easy D. valuable 6 .A. seldom B. rarely C. merely D. never 7. A. trouble B. power C. prison D. control 8. A. roughly B. eventually C. deliberately D. exactly 9. A. awful B. cruel C. unhealthy D. unnecessary 10. A. still B. even C. later D. somehow 11. A. nervous B. anxious C. afraid D. guilty 12. A. begging B. starving C. growing D. wandering 13. A. follow B. instruct C. treat D. protect 14. A. disgusting B. confusing C. unsafe D. unimportant 15. A. predict B. explain C. decide D. consider

(11 年广东高考完型) It has been argued by some that gifted children should be grouped in special classes, The 1 is based on the belief that in regular classes these children are held back in their intellectual ( 智力的 ) growth by 2 situation that has designed for the 3 children. There can be little doubt that 4 classes can help the gifted children to graduate earlier and take their place in life sooner. However, to take these 5 out of the regular classes may create serious problems. I observed a number of 6 children who were taken out of a special class and placed in a 7 class. In the special class, they showed little ability to use their own judgment, relying 8 on their teachers’ directions. In the regular class, having no worry about keeping up, they began to reflect 9 on many problems, some of which were not on the school program. Many are concerned that gifted children become 10 and lose interest in learning. However this 11 is more often from parents a nd teachers than from students, and some of these 12 simply conclude that special classes should be set up for those who are 13 . Some top students do feel bored in class, but why they 14 so goes far beyond the work they have in school. Studies have shown that to be bored is to be anxious. The gifted child whop is bored is an 15 child. 1. A. principle B. theory C. arguments D. classification 2. A. designing B. grouping C. learning D. living 3. A. smart B. curious C. mature D. average 4. A. regular B. special C. small D. creative 5. A. children B. programs C. graduates D. designs 6. A. intelligent B. competent C. ordinary D. independent 7. A. separate B. regular C. new D. boring 8. A. specially B. slightly C. wrongly D. heavily 9. A, directly B. cleverly C. voluntarily D. quickly 10. A. doubted B. bored C. worried D. tired 11. A. concern B. conclusion C. reflection D. interest 12. A. students B. adults C. scholars D. teachers 13. A. talented B. worried C. learned D. interested 14. A. believe B. think C. say D. feel 15. A. outstanding B. intelligent C. anxious D. ordinary

(10 广东高考完型) 完形填空(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) (10 广东高考) Every country has its own culture. Even though each country uses doors. .Doors many have 21 functions and purposes which lead to 22 differences. When I first came to America, I noticed that a public building had two different 23 and they had distinct functions. You have to push the door with the word “PUSH” to go out of the building and to pull the door with the word “PULL” to 24 the building. This was new to me, because we use the 25 door in south Korea. For quite a few times I failed to go out of a shopping centre and was embarrassed. The way of using school bus doors was also 26 to me .I used to take the school bus to classes. The school decided that when the driver opened both the front and back doors, 27 who were getting off the bus should get off first , and students who were getting on should get on 28 . In south Korea, we do not need to wait for people to get off. One morning, I hurried to the bus, and when the bus doors opened, I 29 _tried to get on the school bus through the front door. All the students around looked at me, I was totally 30 ,and my face went red. 21. A.different B.important C.practical D.unusual 22. A.national B.embarrassing C.cultural D.amazing 23. A.exits B.entrances C.signs D.doors 24.A.enter B.leave C.open D.close 25. A.main B.same C.front D.back 26.A.annoying B.hard C.satisfying D.strange 27.A.parents B.students C.teachers D.drivers 28.A.sooner B.later C.faster D.earlier 29.A.politely B.patiently C.unconsciously D.slowly 30.A.embarrassed B.annoyed C.unsatisfied D.excited

(09 广东高考完型) 第一节 完形填空(共 10 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 20 分) Alfred Nobel became a millionaire and changed the ways of mining,construction, and warfare as the inventor of dynamite(炸药).On April 12,1888,Alfred's brother Ludwig died of heart attack.A major French newspaper _21_ his brother for him and carried an article _22_ the death of Alfred Nobel.“The merchant of death is dead.”the article read.“Dr.Alfred Nobel,who became _23_ by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever before,died yesterday.”Nobel was _24_ to find out not that he had died, but that, when his time was up, he would be thought of only as one who profited from _25_ and destruction. To make sure that he was _26_ with love and respect.Nobel arranged in his _27_ to give the largest part of his money to _28_ the Nobel prizes,which would be awarded to people who made great _29_ to the causes of peace,literature,and the sciences.So _30_ ,Nobel had to die before he realized what his life was really about. 21.A.found B.misunderstood C.mistook D.judged 22.A.introducing B.announcing C.implying D.advertising 23.A.famous B.sick C.rich D.popular 24.A.upset B.anxious C.excited D.pleased 25.A.death B.disease C.trouble D.attack 26.A.repaid B.described C.supported D.remembered 27.A.book B.article C.will D.contract 28.A.establish B.form C.develop D.promote 29.A.additions B.sacrifices C.changes D.contributions 30.A.generally B.basically C.usually D.certainly

(08 年广东高考完型) Tales of the supernatural are common in all parts of Britain. In particular, there was (and perhaps still is) a belief in fairies (仙女). Not all of these 21 are the friendly, people-loving characters that appear in Disney films, and in some folktales they are 22 and cause much human suffering. This is true in the tales about the Changeling. These tell the story of a mother whose baby grows 23 and pale and has changed so much that it is almost 24 to the parents. It was then 25 that the fairies had come and stolen the baby away and 26 the human baby with a fairy Changeling. There were many ways to prevent this from happening: hanging a knife over the baby’s head while he slept or covering him with some of his father’s clothes were just two of the recommended 27 . However, hope was not lost even if the baby had been 28 . In those cases there was often a way to get the 29 baby back. You could 30 the Changeling on the fire - then it would rise up the chimney, and you would hear the sound of fairies’ laughter and soon after you would find your own child safe and sound nearby. 21. A. babies B. believers C. fairies D. supermen 22. A. powerful B. cruel C. frightened D. extraordinary 23. A. sick B. slim C. short D. small 24. A. uncomfortable B. unbelievable C. unacceptable D. unrecognizable 25. A. feared B. predicted C. heard D. reported 26. A. covered B. changed C. replaced D. terrified 27. A. cases B. tools C. steps D. methods 28. A. missed B. stolen C. found D. lost 29. A. little B. pale C. sad D. real 30. A. seize B. burn C. place D. hold

(07 广东高考完型) Wouldn't it be great if we didn't have to remember passwords (密码) ever again?If we could just sit in front of our computers and be 21 logged in (登录)? Crave mentions how NEC Soft Biode Logon system uses face recognition technology to log you on to Windows, rather than using a 22 All you need is a webcam and your pretty face to 23 your PC. No more 24 , confusing passwords to remember or change every few months. After doing a little research, I found this type of 25 already available to consumers via a relatively 26 application called FaceCode. The 27 requires the use of a webcam to recognize and log PC users into their systems. You can add as many 28 as you want, provided they each have a Windows account. If the system 29 to recognize your 30 , you can recall the Windows user name and password by using a hot-key combination. 21. A. automatically B. personally C. correctly D. occasionally 22. A. face B. password C. software D. system 23. A. access B. connect C. recognize D. remember 24. A. simple B. complicated C. special D. useful 25. A. computer B. technology C. password D. application 26. A. independent B. infrequent C. inexpensive D. instant 27. A. account B. consumer C. designer D. software 28. A. users B. passwords C. systems D. computers 29. A. begins B. tries C. fails D. stops 30. A. account B. name C. password D. face 09:CBCAA DCADB 08:CBADA CDBDC 07:ABABB CDACD 10:CCCAB DBBCA 11:BCDBA ABDAB ABADC 12:ACDAC DADBD DBCBC 13:CBDAC ADCAB BDBDC 14 DBCBC ADAAC DADBC

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