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# 高考英语完形填空精讲精练20篇.doc1

12．A．word B．speech C．sentence D．language 13．A．not B．no C．something D．nothing 14．A．fed B．kept C．lived D．depended 15．A．attention B．control C．treatment D．management 16．A．lost B．needed C．destroyed D．left 17．A．troublesome B．unlucky C．angry D．unpopular 18．A．separated B．went C．reunited D．returned 19．A．pushed B．tried C．showed D．measured 20．A．nodding B．greeting C．meeting D．acting （二） A newly trained teacher named Mary went to teach at a Navajo Indian reservation. Every day, she would ask five of the young Navajo students to __1__ 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．go to B．come to C．get close to D．bring 2． A．his B．their C．his own D．her 3． A．happy B．willingly C．readily D．unwilling 4． A．Anything B．Nothing C．Everything D．Neither 5． A．almost 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．askedB．questionedC．told D．understood 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．Especially B．Even though C．Even so D．Even 15．A．lose B．win C．achieve D．answer

16．A．time B．situation C．chalkboard D．condition 17．A．refused B．rejected C．tried D．promised 18．A．if B．so that C．unless D．in case 19．A．in favour of B．of C．by means of D．in front of 20．A．and B．but C．so D．or

(六) On Wednesday afternoon Annie took the bus into town to shop in the market. For an hour or so she would walk up and down between the stalls looking at everything, buying here and there, and 1 a sharp lookout for the bargains that were something to be haD．And then, with all the 2 she needs bought she would leave the market for the 3 of the town to spend another hour 4 she liked best, looking in furniture-shop windows. One Wednesday she found a 5 shop full of the most delightful things, with a 6 inviting anyone to walk in and look round without 7 they had to buy something. Annie hesitated a moment 8 stepping through the doorway where, almost at once, she stopped 9 before a

green armchair. There was a card on the chair which 10 ,“This fine chair is yours for less than a pound a week,” and very small at the bottom, “Cash price eighty-nine pounds fifty.” A pound a week …Why, she could almost pay that out of her housekeeping money and never 11 it! A voice at her shoulder made her 12 .“Can I help you, Madam?” She looked 13 at the assistant who had come softly to her 14 “Oh, well, no,” she said, “I was just 15 .” “We have chairs of all kinds in the 16 . If you'll just come up, you will find something to 17 you.” Annie, worried at the thought of being 18 to buy something she didn't 19 , left the shop 20 . 1． A．taking B．making C．fixing D．keeping 2． A．chairs B．furniture C．things D．bargains 3． A．shops B．streets C．delightful things D．bus station 4． A．in the way B．by the way C．in a way D．in one way 5． A．new B．noisy C．large D．strange 6． A．message B．notice C．note D．flag 7． A．arguing B．declaring C．frightening D．feeling 8． A．when B．before C．after D．while 9． A．doubted B．surprised C．puzzled D．delighted 10．A．wrote B．told C．informed D．said 11．A．lose B．miss C．pass D．make 12．A．jump B．run C．laugh D．surprise 13．A．round B．straight C．behind D．up 14．A．place B．back C．side D．front 15．A．thinking B．looking C．walking D．passing 16．A．doorway B．storehouse C．showroom D．market 17．A．suit B．fit C．serve D．match 18．A．advised B．made C．persuaded D．cheated 19．A．like B．afford C．pay D．need 20．A．slowly B．thoughtfully C．hurriedly D．carefully

（七） Peter Fern was crazy about mountains. Climbing was the 1 of his life. Church towers，seaside cliffs, rock faces, ice mountains， anything “If it is there” , he used to say, “then I want to climb it.” So the news of his marriage gave me a 2 . I’d never known him to take much interest in 3 . Well，Peter Fern a married man! I couldn't 4 it. I 5 whether his wife would try to stop some of his risky 6 . She was French perhaps--from that place 7 he usually spent his holidays. Chamonix，wasn’ t it? From Chamonix he'd climbed Mount Blanc on his seventeenth birthday, and another one the day after! That was it, then: She was French，from a mountaineering family. No 8 . No other explanation. A month later I met them 9 in town. Anna surprised me—because she was English. She was a

dancer in the 10． “I have 11 climbed more than sixty steps in my life,” she told me. “Peter has his 12 , and I’ ve got mine. No 13 ” . “None at all， ” Peter said, smiling. “Where did you spend your 14 ?” I askeD．Somewhere far 15 theatres and mountains，was it? “We had a week's holiday,” Anna said, “I flew to New York to see Dirke Dancers on Broadway. A wonderful 16 !” Peter said, “I didn’t want to 17 the good weather. So I went to Switzerland and climbed the north 18 of the Eiger with Allen Dunlop. Great 19 , the Eiger. Grand place for a honeymoon! I’ll show you the 20 we took one day.” 1． A．purpose B．love C．answer D．even 2． A．joy B．thought C．lesson D．shock 3． A．mountains B．churches C．faces D．girls 4． A．accept B．understand C．bear D．tell 5． A．believed B．knew C．wondered D．realized 6． A．jobs B．words C．adventuresD．deeds 7． A．where B．when C．which D．how 8． A．one B．reason C．sign D．doubt 9． A．all B．two C．both D．double 10．A．family B．mountain C．theatre D．holiday 11．A．ever B．even C．never D．almost 12．A．interests B．life C．room D．car 13．A．wonder B．way C．time D．problems 14．A．days B．honeymoon C．childhood D．rest of life 15．A．away B．as C．by D．from 16．A．show B．sight C．scene D．game 17．A．miss B．escape C．break D．forget 18．A．position B．face C．point D．line 19．A．programme B．progress C．fun D．invention 20．A．photographs B．roles C．sports D．pains

(八) 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 （激励人的）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（无忧虑的）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. 1．A．rise B．blow C．put D．raise 2．A．left B．came C．arrived D．slipped 3．A．get B．hope C．make D．cheer 4．A．that B．what C．which D．if 5．A．dream B．idea C．girl D．speaker 6．A．After B．Before C．Because D．While 7．A．beginning B．working C．acting D．regarding 8．A．life B．love C．income D．career 9．A．disappointed B．moved C．surprised D．delighted 10．A．when B．why C．if D．how 11．A．plan B．promise C．decision D．mind 12．A．attending B．joining C．entering D．holding 13．A．newspaperB．book C．report D．speech 14．A．day B．second C．week D．moment 15．A．help B．job C．god D．company 16．A．everythingB．anything C．nothing D．something 17．A．alive B．dead C．missing D．born 18．A．examined B．searched C．checked D．tested 19．A．help B．harm C．income D．money 20．A．selling B．speaking C．writing D．listening

(九) Since my family were not going to be helpful about my taking a cooking job, I decided I 1 look for one all by myself and 2 them about it till I'd get one. I had seen an agency advertised 3 a local paper, so 4 there was no one about to say “ Where are you going? ”, I rushed out of the house 5 it. I was widely 6 and was nervous as if I 7 on the stage. Finding the place quite easily, I tore up three flights of stairs, and swung breathlessly 8 a door which said “ Enter without knocking, if you 9 . ” The simple atmosphere of the office 10 me, and I sat carefully down on the edge of a chair. The woman at the desk 11 looked at me for a while through her 12 , and I was about to move my feet 13 I realized that she was questioning me in a low voice. I answered softly and I started to feel 14 helpless. She made 15 to me in a way that she wondered 16 I was looking for this sort of joB．I felt even more helpless when she told me that it 17 difficult to get a job without 18 or reference. Then I heard her say, “ 19 , I've got someone in the office at 20 moment who

might suit. ” 1．A．would B．ought C．wanted D．liked 2．A．told B．not tell C．not told D．not to tell 3．A．on B．at C．for D．in 4．A．as soon as B．as to C．far D．as 5．A．search for B．in search of C．finding D．looked for 6．A．excited B．worried C．exciting D．worrying 7．A．was going B．were coming C．was coming D．were going 8．A．through B．by C．in D．to 9．A．pleased B．pleasant C．please D．pleasure 10.A．calmed B．excited C．moved D．frightened 11.A．opposite B．against C．back D．face 12.A．glass B．glasses C．eyes D．eye 13.A．while B．before C．after D．when 14.A．rather B．fairly C．too D．little 15.A．it B．that C．know D．it known 16.A．how B．why C．whether D．where 17.A．were B．should be C．would be D．was 18.A．experience B．experiment C．time D．money 19. A．In a fact B．As a matter of fact C．As to fact D．As a matter 20.A．a very B．very a C．very the D．this very

17 your parents.” That well dressed man was Dr Carlton Armstrong, a surgeon（外科医生）. The operation was completed without 18 and it wasn’t long before Andrew was 19 again and doing well. The little girl was happy. She knew exactly how much the miracle cost ... one dollar and eleven cents ... plus the 20 of a little child. 1． A．tearful B．hopeful C．helpless D．kind 2． A．Simply B．Just C．Only D．More than 3． A．drew B．pulled C．put D．poured 4． A．followed B．made C．took D．found 5． A．to B．as C．for D．on 6． A．hope B．doctor C．favor D．miracle 7． A．bad B．small C．extra D．impossible 8． A．have B．offer C．sell D．store 9． A．gently B．sadly C．strangely D．coldly 10．A．well dressed B．kind hearted C．well behaved D．good looking 11．A．have B．need C．care D．like 12．A．a doctor B．a surgeon C．an operation D．a kindness 13．A．savings B．wishes C．ideas D．suggestions 14．A．since B．as C．after D．but 15．A．same B．exact C．proper D．necessary 16．A．Show B．Help C．Take D．Follow 17．A．help B．encourage C．persuade D．meet 18．A．difficulty B．delay C．charge D．result 19．A．happy B．well C．strong D．home 20． A．cleverness B．faith C．courage D．devotion

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