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2016届高考英语完形填空集训(3)


2016 高考英语完形填空集训(三)
【高分特训】第二部分 英语知识运用 (共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白处 的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Passage 1 Did you hear the sports sto

ry that came out of Greece a few years ago? No, it wasn’t from the country that started the Olympics, 21 it has an Olympic quality.

The story came out of Greece, New York, and it was about Jason McElwain, a 17-year-old autistic(自闭的) kid, and Jim Johnson, a high school basketball Jason,who didn’t speak until he was five and always challenges, was never 24 23 22 .

with learning

for a basketball player, only five foot six. In fact, he

25 the team. He was the team manager, who kept statistics and handed out

water bottles. But Coach Johnson 26 Jason’s enthusiasm for the game and his unselfish 27 , he might let him 28

dedication to the team. So he decided if the score a few minutes.

Word got around and a group of students came to the game with signs

29

his

nickname, “J-Mac,” and cutouts of his face placed on popsicle(冰棒)sticks. When Jason was put into the game with four minutes left, they hoping that he might even 31 30 wildly

a basket. In Hollywood, he would have done just 32 him off on their shoulders. But in the 34 and missed by about six feet.

that, and his teammates would have 33

world of Greece, New York, Jason took a 35

His supporters for 36 .

and the coach worried that he may have set this young man up

But J-Mac 37

another shot, and another, and another. 39 .

38

he took 10 shots,

and scored 20 points in his four minutes of

And, yes, he was carried off on the shoulders of his teammates. And it was the career high point in the life of a coach who just gave a good kid a(n) 21 . 22 . 23 . 24 A. short B. big C. good D. ready A. began B. went C listened D. struggled A. star B. game C. coach D. play A. if B. though C. since D. for 40 .

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. 25 . 26 . 27 . 28 . 29 . 30 . 31 . 32 . 33 . 34 . 35 . 36 . 37 . 38 . 39 . 40 . A. lesson B. chance C. prize D. award A. sorrow B. joy C. glory D. guilt A. In fact B. In turn C. However D. Meanwhile A. took B. heard C. got D. fired A. fame B. embarrassment C. courage D. achievement A. nodded B. broke C. agreed D. complained A. shot B. seat C. look D. step A. real B. modern C. whole D. natural A. cut B. carried C. put D. knocked A. score B. find C. fill D. hang A. blamed B. laughed C. ran D. cheered A. giving B. bearing C. calling D. keeping A. train B. rest C. play D. direct A. decreased B. changed C. mattered D. permitted A. showed B. liked C. developed D. lost A. gathered B. organized C. supported D. made

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Passage 2 We lived in a house with a big garden, 41 we had planted different kinds 42 hot peppers, too.

of hot peppers. An African called Reeve worked for me. He

It was late summer and a beautiful sunny day. My son, Marcus, eight, and my daughter, Ellen, ten, picked several 43__ hot peppers and entered our workroom with their 45 more hot peppers than I. After a little 46 , too. That was not

44 . They wanted to see if Reeve could

joking with them we agreed to the contest but they had to 47 _ terms for them so they left the room. They 48

about an hour later with a new proposal and some other large hot peppers 49 in

they had just picked. Somehow, they had reasoned that when a pepper was

color it was the hottest kind. Marcus and Ellen would eat the green colored peppers 50 we Reeve and I would eat the red colored peppers. Giving Reeve a wink(使眼色), 51 . Showing good sportsmanship, I had the kids 52 the peppers that Reeve 53

and I would eat. They picked the largest two red peppers. Then they picked a green one for themselves. __54 make it 56 what was going to

__55 , I told them I would __57 to reduce

for them. I cut one pepper in half and removed the

the heat a little. The contest was one of speed rather than quantity. Each child had pepper in hand and was Looking at my 58 to start.

59 , I said, “OK, on three. One, Two, Three, Go.” Much happened 60 their

all at once. Tears, screams and spitting running around, the children

mouth with fast waving hands. A short time later, Reeve and I agreed that the red tasted better than the green. 41. A. which 42. A. ate 43. A. heavy B. where B. liked C. who C. sold D. that D. studied D. green

B. colorful C. large

44. A. proposal B. tricks 45. A. plant 46. A. taste B. pick

C. imagination D. plans C. harvest D. eat D. share

B. participate C. contribute

47. A. acceptableB. comfortable C. profitableD. tolerable 48. A. entered B. returned C. responded 49. A. purple 50. A. for 51. A. smiled B. green B. or C. red C. So C. agreed C. cut D. reached D. orange D. if D. jumped D. cook

B. understood

52. A. prepare B. select

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53. A. fresh

B. small

C. delicious

D. hot

54. A. Knew B. Knowing C. Known

D. Being known D. take effect

55. A. take in B. take on C. take place 56. A. easier 57. A. seeds

B. happier C. more interesting D. hotter B. leaves C. skin D. color

58. A. nervous B. eager 59. A. watch 60. A. opened

C. willing D. glad

B. children C. partner D. people B. covered C. fanned D. washed

Passage 3 It was during those hard days in a small community. Food was in short supply. I used to stop by Mr.Miller's stand for 41 42 some potatoes for me I noticed 44 to the

One particular day, while Mr.Miller was a small boy 43

admiring a basket of green peas. Soon I was also

fresh green peas. The boy left. Mrs.Miller _ 45 in our 46 to me and said, "There are two other such boys

_, all from poor families. Jim always offers to 47 our produce for

their marbles(弹珠) . He somehow makes them believe he likes red marbles 48 50 .Sometimes he even sends them home with some peas for 49 ." I left the stand, with this man. Years later, I went back to visit some 51 in that community and while I was 52 my friends to see 53 . Ahead of us

there I learned Mr.Miller had died. I agreed to

Mrs.Miller. Upon our arrival, we offered whatever words of

were three young men. They moved to the casket(棺椁) . Mrs.Miller's eyes followed them left. Our turn came to meet Mrs.Miller.I told her who I was and mentioned the 56 of the marbles. She said, "Those three young men were the boys. They told me how they 57 Jim's kindness."We've never had much 58 ," she said, "but right now, man." Then she lifted her husband's lifeless 54 each young man placed his own 55 hand over the cold pale hand and then

Jim would consider himself the 59

fingers. 60 beneath the hand were three shining, red marbles ! 41.A. flowers 42.A. bagging 43.A. happily B. grains B. digging B. hungrily C.vegetables C.selling C.curiously D. fruits D. cooking

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D. seriously 44.A. carried 45.A. pulled up 46.A. community 47.A. trade 48.A. in time average 49.A. something 50.A. impressed 51.A. relatives 52.A.introduce 53.A. comfort D. encouragement 54.A. since 55.A. cool 56.A. price 57.A. appreciated 58.A. debt 59.A. tallest 60.A.Rolling B. whether B. warm B. color B. forgot B. wealth B.dearest B.Fading C. because C. red C. story C. needed C. hope C.richest C.Hanging D. as D. pale D. number D. helped D. health D.toughest D.Resting B. everything B. surprised B. friends B. send B. thanks C. anything C. disappointed C. businessmen C. accompany C. praise D. nothing D. satisfied D. workers D. assist B. sent B. picked up B. town B. bring B. in particular C.drawn C. got up C. home C. change C. on purpose D. led D. came up D. store D. get D. on

Passage 4 There are two types of people in the world. Although they have equal degrees of health and wealth and the other comforts of life, one becomes happy, becomes unhappy. This 42 41

from the different ways in which they consider things,

persons, and events, and the resulting effects upon their minds. The people who are to be happy 43 their attention to the conveniences of things,

the pleasant parts of conversation, the well-prepared dishes, the goodness of the wines, and the fine weather. They enjoy all the cheerful things. Those who are to be unhappy think and speak only of the 44 things. They are, 45 , continually

unsatisfied. By their words, they complain about the pleasure of society, offend many people, and 46 themselves disagreeable (不受欢迎的) everywhere. If this

turn of mind were founded in nature, such unhappy persons would be more to be pitied. The intention of criticizing and being disliked is perhaps taken up 47 by

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imitation (模仿). It grows into a habit, unknown

48

its possessors. The habit 49 its bad effects

may be strong, but it may be cured when those who have it are

on their interests and tastes. I hope this little warning may be of service to them, and 50 them change this habit. 51 in

Although in fact it is chiefly an act of imagination, it has serious

life, since it causes deep sorrow and bad luck. Those people offend many others, nobody loves them, and no one treats them with more than the most and respect. This 53 52 politeness

puts them in bad temper and draws them into arguments. If 54 advantages in social position or fortune, nobody wishes 55 speak a word to favor their hopes. 56 or excuse them,

they aim at obtaining

them success. Nor will anyone start a step

If they cause themselves public objections (反对), no one will and many 57

join to criticize their wrongdoings. These people should change this 58 worrying needlessly about

bad habit and be pleased with what is pleasing, themselves and others. If they do not, 59

will be good for others to avoid any

contact with them. Otherwise, it can be disagreeable and sometimes very inconvenient, 60 when one becomes mixed up in their quarrels. B. another B. rises B. focus B. contrary B. furthermore B. force B. finally B. to C. for C. the other C. raises C. attract C. happy C. otherwise C. make D. becomes D. pay D. funny D. therefore D. one another

41.A. other 42.A. comes 43.A. draw 44.A. same 45.A. however 46.A. let 47.A. originally 48.A. as 49.A. convinced for 50.A. agree 51.A. consequences 52.A. usual 53.A. hardly 54.A. any 55.A. and 56.A. defend 57.A. shall 58.A. with

D. have C. normally D. gradually D. at D. convincing of

B. convincing for C. convinced of B. enjoy B. reasons B. common B. luckily B. other B. but C. praise C. causes C. average C. seriously C. few C. so C. intend C. can C. but for D. attend D. will D. help

D. phenomena D. normal D. frequently D. no D. or

B. offend B. must B. without

D. in case of

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59.A. one 60.A. specially

B. they B. only

C. it C. mainly

D. that D. especially

Passage 5 Just like a boxer, we , too come face to face with many opponents on the stage of life—problems and difficulties. The bad news is that we don’t really know when our 41 42 with these opponents occur. Here are several reasons why you should

yourself for success like a champion boxer! You don’t practice on the stage, that’s where your skills and your abilities

are

43

. This also means that you don’t 45

44

solving problems and developing 46 you

yourself when

occur, you prepare yourself to face them long

actually face them. If you are talented, you probably need less 47 and training time in facing

life’s challenges. Actually, for people who are born with 48 , training and learning becomes even more important. 49 the lazy person’s motto: “If it isn’t 50 season when you

broken, why fix it?” Why wait for your roof to leak in the can fix it right away. Act 51 .

Training enables you to gain intuition(直觉 )and reaction. With

52

practice and training, you build up your body, your mind and your heart and gain the intuition and reaction of a (n) 53 training, you will 54 enemy will hit you. Keep in mind that training is born out of discipline and meet with some setbacks in your training process, 57 confident, you will soon see 58 be like the champion over 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 59 56 . Even if you .The same thing is true in life. Without 55 how your

. Without training, you will not be able to

you keep at it and are

in your life and when problems come, you will

who stands tall and fights until the final round is C.programs C.show C.evaluated C.enjoy C.occasions C.as C.preparation C.talent D.matches D.bring D.promoted D.practice D.dangers D.since D.instruction D.belief

and you’re 60 as the champion! A.friendships B.championships A.train B.offer A.appreciated B.shared A.finish B.start A.chances B.problems A.before B.after A.consideration B.attention A.disease B.ambition

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49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

A.Understand A.cloudy A.on time A.constant A.enemy A.mix up A.check A.confidence A.before A.exchanges A.judge A.claimed

B.Abandon B.windy B.at times B.real B.champion B.mess up B.prove B.experience B.unless B.results B.swimmer B.called

C.Condemn C.sunny C.right away C.stable C.opponent C.stand out C.handle C.performance C.until C.setbacks C.boxer C.announced

D.Remember D.rainy D.at last D.quick D.coach D.break out D.predict D.improvement D.if D.disadvantages D.runner D.elected

Passage 6 This always began after breakfast:“go ahead, everyone. I’ll 41 the dishes!”For the next hour dad did the dishes, singing songs like I Had a Hat when I came in. I suppose it was 42 for a boy’s father to wear an apron(围裙)—but I never thought much of it 43 the day that dad broke with tradition. ‘Tommy’, he said 44 . “There comes a time in every boy’s life when he must take on 45 .Starting today, I want you to do the dishes on Sunday morning so that your mother and I can work the word 46 in the paper together.

“You want me to do the dishes?” “47 wrong with taking over the dishes, son?” that day. Dad seemed in merry mood as he

I didn’t taste a bit of48

described an excellent game. Everything grew quiet. My sister began to 49 the table. My brother was scraping(刮掉) the last of the egg from his plate. My father let’s go read the paper, Hon.” “Aren’t you doing the dishes?”my mother asked. “Your oldest son has 51 offered,” replied my father. So this was 52 my life had come to. Ask me to turn through a rainstorm. 53 me to ride the roller coaster---backward. There things I would do. But I could never do those dishes. There are nothing 54 but to refuse. 50:”

People often say there is an55 chemistry between a father and a son. Dad came back into the kitchen just as I was about to 56 out. He had loosened his tie and rolled up the sleeves of his shirt----ready to 57. In his right, band was the old apron.
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I want you to have this, Tommy. It will keep your clothes from getting wet. Thanks, son.” 58 that he disappeared into the Sunday paper. I looked down at the apron. It had seen better days. I could see my dad 59 for the dishes and washing them happily. My dark angel disappeared. Soon I was singing a song about an(a)60 . I knew the kind of 41 A take notice 42 A obvious 43 A once 44 A cheerfully 45 A plans 46 A form 47 A nothing 48 A breakfast 49 A collect 50 A explained 51 A generously 52 A what 53 A convince 54 Alost 55 A extra 56 A storm 57 A laugh 58 A on 59 A fighting 60 A glove man I wanted to be---my dad. B take care of C take apart B average C magic B when C until B angrily C madly B responsibilities C decisions B speech C lab B something C anything B lunch C supper B clear C move B claimed C announced B honestly C luckily B how C which B inspire C permit B done C left B special C sincere B take C make B relax C eat B for C to B searching C reaching B apron C towel 2016 高考英语-完形填空集训(三)答案 Passage 1: 【语篇解读】一位教练给了一个孩子一次机会,从而创造了一个奇迹。 21. B。这个故事并非来自奥运会诞生的那个国家,虽然它具有奥林匹克的特征。这个故事 来自纽约的一个小镇———Greece。 22. C。由下文可知,本文讲述的是一个男孩和一位中学篮球教练的故事。 23. D。由上文的 autistic (自闭的)以及“他五岁才说话”的事实,我们可以推断出 Jason 学习有障碍。struggle with 斗争,抗争,符合语境。 24. A。根据后面的 only five foot six 可知他太矮了,所以不适合打篮球。 25. D。由下文的 He was the team manager, who kept statistics and handed out water bottles 可知 Jason 实际上并没有成为真正的球员,而只是做一些计分、分发水壶 之类的事情。make the team 加入团队。 26. B。虽然 Jason 并不是真正的球员,但教练很欣赏他对篮球的热情以及他对球队无私的 奉献。 27. D。 28. C。教练很感动,所以他想如果赛场上比分允许的话,他会让 Jason 打一会儿球。
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D take in D strange D after D bitterly D traditions D puzzle D everything D dinner D set D insisted D modestly D why D command D kept D healthy D give D perform D with D sending D hat

29. B。bear 此处的意思是“显示,带有”。signs bearing his nickname 写着他的绰号的 招牌。 30. D。 31. A。比赛还有四分钟就要结束的时候,Jason 上场了。大家欢呼着,希望他能投篮成功。 score 此处用作动词,意思是“得分”。 32. B。如果是在好莱坞电影中,Jason 很有可能在最后关头投篮成功,队员们也会把他高 高举过肩头。carry sb. off on one’s shoulder 将某人举过肩头。 33. A。 34. A。 但是, 在真实的世界里, Jason 投篮未中。 此处将现实与虚幻进行了对比。 take a shot 投篮。 35. D。Jason 投篮未中,他的支持者开始抱怨。missed, worried 是关键信息。 36. B。Jason 投篮未中,观众开始抱怨。此时,教练开始怀疑自己的做法是否正确。他担 心他把 Jason 置于尴尬的境地。 37. A。take a shot 投篮。 38. A。Jason 一次次地投篮。事实上,他投了十次篮。in fact 用来作进一步的解释说明。 39. C。Jason 在四分钟内得 20 分。此处选 glory 突出他的成绩非凡。 40. B。本文讲的是一位教练给了一个孩子一次机会,从而创造了一个奇迹。 Passage 2:21-25 CBABD Passage 3:卷 A 41. B 51. A 卷B 42. C 52. D 41. C 50. A 51. B 60. D Passage 4:41-45CADBD Passage 5:41-45 DACDB Passage 6:41~45 BDCAB 46-50CABC D 46-50 ACCBD 46~50 DCABC 51-55 ABDAD 51-55 CABBD 51~55 AADCB 56-60 ADBCD 56-60 ADBCC 56~60 ABDCD 52. C 53. A 54. D 55. B 56. C 57. A 58. B 59. C 43. A 53. C 42. A 44. D 54. B 43. B 45. B 46. C 55. C 44. C 56. D 45. D 47. C 57. A 48. A 58. B 49. B 59. D 48. B 50. 60. C 49. D D 26-30 ACDDB 31-35 DBBAB 36-40 DEGAB

46. A 47. A

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