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2013届语法填空专项训练(二)


2013 届高考语法填空专项训练(二)
(说明:本资料选自迄今网上搜到的省内各校试题。希同学认真做题,做完查对答案,思考各题考点 和自己失误原因。再去查阅语法书籍,以查缺补漏。 建议:多从语篇入手,尽快掌握语法填空命题 特点和解题技巧。关注他校考什么!祝你进步!) (一)广东省湛江市 2013 届高三上学期调研测试 One evening I was resting in a cafe.I wore a pair of newly bought white leather shoes, 16 were rather expensive. Then a boy came to me. He was in 17 old and not fit shirt, looking pale and about eleven. No sooner had I begun to speak than he opened the box in his hand and took out the tools of shoe -polishing. He was busy doing his work 18 heavy rain began to pour down. People rushed to the cafe for 19 (protect) from the rain. More and more people crowded in and gradually separated the boy 20 me. Hours passed, and it turned dark. I had no shoes on my feet and wondered where the boy had been. I thought I would have to go home on my bare feet. When it was near midnight, the cafe was to be closed. I had to move to the door, just as l went to the gate, I 21 (surprise) found that a boy of about eleven, 22 (look) very familiar, was sleeping at the door with his head leaning 23 a box.I shook him slightly and woke him 24 . opened the package hurriedly, gave me my leather shoes, and apologized to me shyly. I He paid him and wrapped him with his 25 (fit) shirt.On my way home, the image of the boy stayed in my mind. (二)广东省“六校教研协作体”2012 年高三联考 Travel can be stressful, so it is not unusual for airports to offer a room for relaxation. 16 San Francisco Airport has taken 17 idea one step further, offering a yoga(瑜伽) room for passengers in need of a good stretch before their flights. With blue walls and a rule of silence, the room in Terminal(航站楼) 2 18 (design) at the suggestion of a passenger during an open meeting. Airport yoga lovers are directed to the room 19 the usual means —a picture, one 20 features a figure 21 (seat) in a full lotus position. Airport director, John L. Martin, called the room, which opened last week, "another leap forward in providing our travelers with the opportunity and space to relax and reduce pressure on 22 own terms." The architects set the lights low and warm, and constructed a floating wall 23 (symbolize) "a light spirit and enlightened mind". Yoga teacher, Tamal Dodge said, ―How amazing will it be to stretch out 24 you get on a plane for a 12-hour flight! You are now given the opportunity to 25 (real) relax and prepare your body for something as tiring as sitting in an airplane seat for hours on end." (三)广东省揭阳一中 2013 届高三 10 月月考 One evening, I wandered down the Rue de Richelieu. I was on my way to a Chinese restaurant called Dave, _16___ is recommended in the fashion business. Like many popular restaurants in Paris, ___17___(reserve) are hard to get at Dave, __18__ I wasn‘t surprised to find a complete sign hanging over the red door. Inside, though, the place was practically empty---there was just one couple, __19___(sit) at a table near the window. _20____ unshaven Chinese man of middle age came out from the kitchen. He had wild black hair flecked with gray and __21____(wear) a pink shirt and silk slippers. This was the owner,
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Dave Cheung. He led me___22___ a table and poured tea, and I asked him why he had placed a ―Sold out‖ sign on the door on a night__23____ there were thirty empty tables. ―Are you kidding? Do you know what would happen if I took that sign off the door?‖ ―People might come in to have dinner?‖ ―Exactly! They would just walk right in. I would have to let ___24___ who wanted to come and eat here. I would have no control over___25___ own restaurant! (四)佛山二中 2012—2013 学年高三年级第二次月考 Once there lived a rich man__16__wanted to do something for the people of his town.__17__first he wanted to find out whether they deserved his help. In the centre of the main road into the town, he placed__18__very large stone. Then he__19__(hide) behind a tree and waited. Soon an old man came along with his cow. ―Who put this stone in the centre of the road?‖ said the old man,but he did not try to remove the stone. Instead, with some difficulty he passed around the stone and continued on his way.__20__man came along and did the same thing; then another came, and another. All of them complained about the stone but not tried to remove__21__. Late in the afternoon a young man came along. He saw the stone,__22__(say) to himself: ―The night__23__(be) very dark. Some neighbors will come along later in the dark and will fall against the stone.‖ Then he began to move the stone. He pushed and pulled with all his__24__(strong) to move it, only__25__(find) a bag of money under the stone. Imagine how surprised he was! (五)广东省梅州市五华县 There was once a king who offered a prize to the artist who would paint the best picture of peace. Many artists tried. The king looked at all the pictures. But there were only two he 16 (real)liked, and he had to choose between them. One picture was of a calm lake 17 a perfect mirror for peaceful towering mountains all around it. Overhead was a blue sky with fluffy white clouds. All who saw this picture thought 18 was a perfect picture of peace. 19 other picture had mountains, too. But these were rugged and bare. Above was an angry sky, from which rain fell and in which lightning played. Down the side of the mountain tumbled a foaming waterfall. This did not look peaceful 20 all. But when the king looked closely, he saw behind the waterfall a tiny bush 21 (grow)in a crack in the rock. In the bush a mother bird 22 (build) her nest. There, in the midst of the rush of angry water, sat the mother bird on her nest—in perfect peace. Which picture do you think won the prize? The king chose the second picture. ― 23 ,‖ explained the king, ―peace does not mean to be in a place 24 there is no noise, trouble, 25 hard work. Peace means to be in the midst of all those things and still be calm in your heart. That is the real meaning of peace.‖ (六)梅州中学月考 Doctors urge more playtime for children The American Academy of Pediatrics ( 儿 科 ) says 16 children really need for health development is more good, old-fashioned playtime. Many parents load their 17 (child) schedules with get-smart videos, enrichment activities and lots of classes in a drive to help 18 do better. The efforts often begin as early as babyhood. Free play is neglected in the shuffle, a new academy report says.
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Numerous studies have shown that free play is very 19 (benefit). It can help children become creative, develop problem-solving skills, relate to others and adjust to school settings, 20 academy report says. ―Perhaps above all, play is something 21 is a cherished part of childhood,‖ says another report, 22 (prepare) by two academy committees for release Monday 23 the group's annual meeting in Atlanta. It adds that enrichment tools and organized activities can be helpful, 24 should not 25 (view) as a requirement for creating successful children. They must be balanced with plenty of free playtime. (七)肇庆 On summer evenings the running path along the riverfront in Hoboken, New Jersey, US, is busy with people 16 (watch) the construction of Empowerhouse, a super efficient solar-powered building. The building is competing in the Solar Decathlon, an event 17 (sponsor) by the US Energy Department, which opens on September 23 at the National Mall in Washington. Twenty college teams 18 around the world are taking part in the competition. 19 have been challenged to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses 20 are cost-effective, energy-efficient and attractive. Tonji University in China is competing. They 21 (design) a Y-shaped solar house combining six recycled shipping 22 (contain). Empowerhouse is set to become a real home for a low-income family. Joel Towers, an architect, said, ―A lot of the technology that is needed 23 tomorrow‘s housing is already available. 24 question we‘re trying to answer is more social than technological – 25 do we actually bring these green solutions into neighborhoods?‖ (八)2012 学年海珠区高三综合测试(二) Phil White has just returned from an 18,000-mile, around-the-world bicycle trip. White had two reasons for making this epic journey. First of all, he wanted to use the trip 16 (raise) money for charity, 17 he did. He raised £70,000 for 18 British charity, Oxfam White's second reason for making the trip was to break the world record and become the 19 ___ (fast) person to cycle around the world. He is still waiting to find out if he 20 (break) the record or not. White set off from Trafalgar Square, in London, 21 Tuesday, 7th June 2011 and was back 299 days later. 22 spent more than l,300 hours on his bike and destroyed four sets of tyres and three bike chains. He had the adventure of his life 23 (cross) Europe, the Middle East, India, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Americas. 24 (amaze), he did all of this25 ___absolutely no support team. No jeep carrying food, water and medicine. No doctor. Nothing! Just a bike and a very, very long road. (九) One day a young man was standing in the middle of the town claiming that he had the most beautiful heart in the whole valley. A large crowd 1 (gather), and they all admired his heart for it was perfect. Suddenly, an old man appeared and said, ―Why, your heart is not nearly as beautiful as 2 .‖ The crowd and the young man looked at the old man‘s heart, which was full of scars. It had 3 (place) where pieces had been removed and other pieces put in, but they didn‘t fit quite right, and there were several jagged (锯齿状的)edges. In fact, in some places there were deep gouges(沟槽)where whole pieces were 4 (miss). The young man laughed. ―Comparing your heart with mine, mine is perfect and yours is a mess of
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scars.‖ ―Yes,‖ said the old man, ―Yours looks perfect 5 I would never trade with you. You see, every scar represents a person to 6 I have given my love. I tear out a piece of my heart and give it to them, and often they give me a piece of their heart that fits in to the empty place in my heart. But because the pieces aren‘t exact, I have some rough edges, which I cherish, because they remind of 7 love we shared. Sometimes I have given pieces of my heart away, and the other person hasn‘t returned a piece of his or her heart 8 me. These are the empty gouges. Although these gouges are painful, they stay open, 9 (remind) me of the love I have for those people. So now do you see 10 true beauty is?‖ (十)广东省梅陇中学 2013 届高三第二次月考 Many accidents happened in our daily life, including the traffic, drowning, stampeding and so on, which caused many disasters. As a result, 16 (person) safety lessons are very necessary. Actually, more and more accidents took place around us, 17 (make) our personal safety under threat. Therefore, personal safety should be the priority to the students. Having read the report 18 accidents that happened in China, I instantly think of the accident 19 occurred to me ten years ago. Like other naughty boys, I like doing sports, especially swimming. It was a hot summer noon. I went out to swim with 20 neighbor without parents‘ permission. Happy as we were, we even tried having a 21 (compete) to see who could swim 22 (fast) and farthest. In order to show my ability of swimming, I spared no efforts to swim. I did not realize that I had no other strength left 23 I reach the middle of the river. I and my body was sinking into 24 bottom of the river. 25 (fortune), with the help of my friends, I had a narrow escape. What an unforgettable experience! It was my showing off that caused the unnecessary accident. This case is only one among several hundred terrible accidents that take place around us every day. It is high time that we realized the importance of personal safety. And only with a good sense of personal safety can we live a safe and happy life! (十一)东莞市高三模拟试题(一) The Perfect Exercise: Tai Chi Tai Chi is a mind-body practice that originated in China in about the 12th century AD. It is now __16__(wide) practiced for the health benefits it provides. There are several styles of Tai Chi, but most of them start__17__ a series of controlled movements, or forms, with names like Grasping the Sparrow's Tail and The White Crane Spreads Its Wings. A person __18__(practice) Tai Chi moves his body in a slow, relaxed, and graceful series of movements. __19__ simplest style of Tai Chi uses 13 movements; more complex styles can have dozens. What Tai Chi does for the body __20__ (attract) the attention of western scientists until now. Scientists at the Oregon Research Institute in Eugene reported that Tai Chi offers the greatest benefit to older men and women __21__ are healthy but relatively inactive. __22__ can take a few months for the effects to kick in, but when they do __23__ can act as a gateway __24__ a new lifestyle. "Once people start feeling __25__(well), they often become more active in their daily life," says Dr. Karim Khan, a family-practice and sports physician at the University of British Columbia.

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(十二)梅州 Opportunities don't come often. They come every once in a while. Very often, they come quietly and go by without _16 (notice). Therefore, it is advisable 17_ you should value and treat them with care. When an opportunity comes, it brings a promise but never realizes it_18 its own. If you want to achieve something 19 intend to fulfill one of your ambitions, you must work hard, make efforts and get prepared. 20__ , you will take no advantage of opportunities when they come to visit you. The difference between a man who succeeds and _ 21 who does not lies only in the way each treats opportunities. The successful person always makes adequate 22_ (prepare) to meet opportunities as they duly arrive. The_ 23 (success) person, on the other hand, works little and just waits to see them pass by. In my opinion, there are plenty of opportunities for everyone in our society, but only those 24 are prepared adequately and qualified highly can make use of them to achieve 25 purpose. (十三)湛江市第二中学 2013 届高三 11 月月考 Travel is a very good activity. When traveling, you can relax 16 , forget your tiredness or troubles, and have the energy to take on the new tasks 17 (wait) for you. But sometimes traveling is not an 18 (enjoy) thing. For example, the weather can be changeable. If you climb a mountain, it may rain suddenly. You may be caught 19 the rain and may catch a cold. 20 worst thing is that you may have your money stolen 21 you may have an injury. All these terrible things are 22 can happen to you. Therefore, when you 23 (go) on a trip, you must make a good preparation. Firstly, you must have clear information about the weather. Secondly, you should choose 24 good companion so that you can help each other. Thirdly, you must be careful enough and try to avoid accidents. 25 you do this, you will surely enjoy your travel. (十四)广东省惠州市 2013 届高三上学期第三次调研测试 While many young people were enjoying the final weeks of summer vacation, Zach Bonner was working his hardest. According to 16 _____ St. Petersburg Times, Zach started walking from Valrico, Florida, his hometown, on Christmas,2009, and stepped over the Los Angeles city line nine months later in September, racking up a total of 2,478 miles 17 _____ raising close to $120,000 for kids in need. Along the way, Zach attended school online, thanks to his mother, Laurie Bonner, and brother and sister. 18 _____alternated walking and driving alongside him. Despite 19 _____age, Zach has a long history of helping others. 20 _____ Hurricane Charley hit town in 2004,Zach,then six, pulled a wagon through his neighborhood collecting food for storm victims. Since then, he 21 _____ (raise) some $400,000 for his tax-exempt Little Red Wagon Foundation, which gives money to projects aiding 22 _____(home) and troubled children. In 2007,Zach began walking to support a children's charity in Florida, 23 (finish) his journey 23 _____days later, 280 miles away in Tallahassee. Then 24 _____the summer of 2009,he walked about 670 miles from Atlanta to Washington, D.C., in just two months. 25 _____really keeps me going is these kids," Zach has said. "They don't get to say, ?I'm tired of being homeless.' So why should I get to quit?" (十五)2013 届深圳实验中学高三第三次月考 One day, a man stopped at a flower shop. He was to order some flowers 16 (send) to his mother who lived two hundred miles away. When he got out of his car he noticed a young girl sitting on the roadside 17 (cry). He asked her 18
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was wrong and she replied, ―I wanted to buy a red rose for my mother, 19 I only have seventy-five cents, and a rose costs two dollars.‖ 20 a smile on his face, the man said, ―Come on in with me. I'll buy you a rose.‖ He bought the little girl her rose and ordered 21 own mother's flowers. As they were leaving he offered the girl 22 ride home. 23 (happy) she said, ―Yes, please! You can take me to my mother.‖ She directed him to a cemetery (公墓), 24 she placed the rose on a freshly dug grave. The man returned to the flower shop, canceled the mail order, picked up a bunch of flowers and 25 (drive) the two hundred miles to his mother's house. (十六)深圳实验中学高三第四次月考试题 If you struggle against figures, maybe you were born that way, research has suggested. Being good at mathematics may be entirely pre-destined—you either have it 16 you don‘t. And those who find 17 difficult to add up the number shouldn‘t feel too hopeless—mathematical talent does not appear to be linked to all-round intelligence. Previous research has indicated that "number sense" is 18 (base) to humans. We use it to estimate such things as 19 number of seats in a cinema or crowd sizes. U.S. psychologists at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore made their finding after testing children too young to have been taught mathematics. During the study, 200 four-year-olds 20 (study) in terms of number senses, calculation skills and vocabulary. The verbal test was done for the reason 21 language and maths abilities are thought to be 22 (close) linked through general intelligence. "Unlike 23 previous studies proved, this one shows that the link 24 number sense and maths ability is already present before the beginning of formal maths instruction. One of the most important questions is whether we can train a child‘s number sense 25 (improve) his future maths ability." (十七)深圳南山区期末 Tom went to the seaside to spend his holiday last summer with his family. One day, he was swimming in the river when someone shouted, ―Look out, there is 16__________ shark not far away!‖ Hearing the shout, Tom was scared to death because he was scared of its dangerous characteristic. ―Don‘t worry, Tom! his father said, 17__________ we‘d better go back to our hotel in order to avoid being harmed.‖ They 18__________ (stay) in the seaside for several weeks. Though the weather was much hotter, Tom got used to 19__________. Every morning, he got up 20_______ ___ (early) than his parents and went for breakfast ahead of time. Then he went to have a chat 21__________ his new friend, Jack.Not only 22__________Jack familiar with the seaside, but he was also a man with good qualification.They became very good friends soon.After parted, they kept 23______ (write) to each other.Now, Tom 24_______ often hears from Jack.They talked in their letters about things and persons 25_______they remembered in the seaside. (十八)东莞市 2013 届高三上学期调研测试 Alice, a shark that lives at the National Sea Life Center in England, did not start out life as a vegetarian. When she 16 (bring) in from Florida in 2009, she was happily eating any seafood. 17 , that changed in a few months, and she suddenly stopped eating completely. Deeply 18 (concern), the center officials took her in for an X-ray, 19 showed that a fishing hook was hiding deep inside her mouth. So they took her to see a doctor who realized the only way to save the shark was performing 20 rather risky operation. 21 (fortune), things went really well But just when everybody was happy about the
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shark's recovery, the history-making shark began changing her eating habit, instead, 22 (prefer) to use her sharp teeth to eat vegetables! Although this may sound good, it is not really good 23 Alice's health because vegetables cannot provide enough protein that she needs to survive. Shark experts all over the world are confused at Alice's 24 (behave) and they guess that 25 may have something to do with the wound the hook caused. But unless she speaks up, nobody is really going to know the real reason. (十九)潮州市 2012-2013 学年第一学期高三级教学质量检测卷 Paul Lucas can often be seen walking around the city of San Francisco. Sometimes people are surprised to see him walking 16 any shoes or socks, 17 Lucas doesn‘t mind at all. 18 likes to walk barefoot, and so do 640 other members of Dirty Sole Society, the club that Lucas 19 (start) years ago. Lucas‘ idea for this is to encourage others to live 20 (free) --- free of shoes. According to Lucas, the barefoot life has many advantages. 21 most important is simply that it feels good. He also says 22 walking barefoot allows you to experience the world directly by touching it with your feet. 23 addition, the feet do not smell as much because they stay dry, making it hard for bacteria to grow. And, of course, 24 (walk) barefoot keeps your feet in good shape, so it‘s actually 25 (healthy) than wearing shoes. (二十)2013 届高三上学期期末华附、省实、广雅、深中四校联考 Two things I did may have caused people 16_________(think) that something is wrong with me. The first was when my wife asked me to have the sitting-room clock 17 _____(repair). I drove into the market place of our little town and, clock under arm, entered a shop. Only it was the meat shop. 18______ my thoughts far away, I stood staring into the shop-keeper‘s eyes. I 19____________(be) his customer for a long time and the good man smiled at me. This went on for several very long seconds before I realized where I was. There is no doubt that I should have calmly bought a pound of meat, 20__________ I merely nodded briefly and left. The other man in my town who probably thinks I am mad is Mr. Smith. Some years ago he was manager of Mead‘s Shop, and he and I knew each other quite well. One day he 21__________(stand) in the doorway of his shop when I passed. My brain was on some distant problem and my eyes stared into space. ―Hello, Mr. Herriot.‖ I heard his voice. I turned a blank gaze on him--- I just had no idea 22________ he was though his face was familiar. Then I saw 23_________ word ―MEAD‖ in foot-high letters above the shop window. ―Good morning, Mead, ―I cried heartily and continued my way. I had gone only a few steps before I realized that my greeting had been 24__________(polite). I turned back and said to him again, ―Good morning, Mister Mead.‖ It was only when I had turned the corner of the street that I realized, too late, 25___________ his name was Tony and the time was late afternoon.

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