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20192020学年江苏省各地高二(上)英语最新期中试题精选汇编:

完形填空

1、【全国百强校】江苏省启东中学2019-2020学年高二上学期第一次质量检测

第一节 (20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

When Bill Geske was diagnosed with cancer six years ago, his life was turned upside down.

After being 41 to the emergency room with severe stomach pain, doctors found a tumor in his left kidney and 42 spots on his lungs. For treatment, Geske had the kidney removed and at the time the spots were 43 . However, a few months later, he learned from doctors that the cancer had indeed 44 .

The situation wasn’t good, and doctors estimated his 45 to be no more than two years. 46 the emotional and physical pains, his personal and family life suffered.

“We have a family business. We have two children who were thrown into the middle of this chaos 47 , and they’ve had to grow up very fast and handle the business, which they knew 48 about.” he said.

But 49 all the chaos, there has been one constant: his wife Diane.

Whether it was accompanying him to every doctor’s 50 or cooking his favorite meal, Diane always made sure her husband knew he had her full 51 .

“I really see what love is. My wife 52 so much suffering. I’m so 53 to have her fight with me and not against me.” Geske said.

The Geskes 54 that their road has been far from easy—they call it “cruel” in fact—and sometimes they 55 to the stresses of the illness.

But Diane has 56 to learn how to cope with the more difficult times. “If he’s in a mood or having a 57 day, I just leave him alone for a while’’ she said. She also said making time to focus on herself and a life outside of their relationship help keep their 58 strong.

While too many couples grow 59 when one of the partners suffers from a serious illness like cancer, the Geskes grow together. The people that are there for you on your 60 nights are the ones worth spending your brightest days with.

41. A. limited B. followed C. rushed D. invited

42. A. unusual B. common C. similar D. soft

43. A. recognized B. dismissed C. distributed D. rejected

44. A. declined B. arisen C. spread D. disappeared

45. A. interval B. reservation C. tolerance D. survival

46. A. Apart from B. Free from C. Other than D. Rather than

47. A. intentionally B. unexpectedly C. temporarily D. willingly

48. A. anything B. everything C. something D. nothing

49. A. through B. beneath C. toward s D. beside

50. A. appointment B. adjustment C. arrangement D. amusement

51. A. envy B. anxiety C. support D. complaint

52. A. escapes B. bears C. sacrifices D. possesses

53. A. regretful B. lucky C. desperate D. determined

54. A. admit B. predict C. advocate D. deny

55. A. look up B. come over C. give in D. hold on

56. A. grown B. offered C. failed D. intended

57. A. successful B. terrible C. special D. normal

58. A. demand B. mind C. bond D. position

59. A. firm B. together C. united D. apart

60. A. darkest B. loneliest C. coldest D. longest

完形填空:41—45 CABCD   46—50 ABDAA

51—55 CBBAC   56—60 ABCDA

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第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

The idea came to him when he least expected it. Alvin Irby was at a __56__ when he saw one of his former students sitting in the shop with a __57__ look on his face. That’s when Irby realized that by __58__ barbershops with books, he might be able to __59__ young black boys to read.

Irby, a former kindergarten and first grade __60__, knows how important it is for young children to read. He also knows that young black boys __61__ often don’t have adult male role models who inspire them to read.

That’s where the barbershops come in. Irby __62__ Barbershop Books as a way to not just get books into the __63__ of young black boys, but also create community reading spaces in a place where kids go __64__. Since its launch in 2013, the program has created kid-friendly reading spaces in 50 barbershops in 12 states __65__ the United States.

“Our belief is that if we can create positive reading __66__ early and often for young black boys, then they will choose to read for __67__. Because they will __68__ themselves as readers.” Irby noted, adding, “This is really __69__ Barbershop Books is about, getting young black boys to say three words: I’m a __70__.”

Irby’s idea is __71__. And it will continue to __72__ thanks in part to the National Book Foundation. Barbershop Books recently won the organizations 2017 Innovations in Reeling Prize. It is __73__ to programs that use reading to make a social impact. The __74__ comes with a $10,000 prize. Irby plans to use the prize money to bring Barbershop Books to more communities and to __75__ training programs for barbers so that they can create their own community reading spaces.

56. A. bookshop B. restaurant C. barbershop D. school

57. A. surprised B. delighted C. excited D. bored

58. A. combining B. distinguishing C. decorating D. enlarging

59. A. make B. inspire C. suggest D. challenge

60. A. student B. teacher C. coach D. friend

61. A. in charge B. in public C. in exchange D. in particular

62. A. promoted B. advertised C. launched D. prohibited

63. A. heads B. arms C. eyes D. hands

64. A. comfortably B. frequently C. consequently D. specially

65. A. throughout B. by C. from D. beyond

66. A. words B. results C. experiences D. distinctions

67. A. fun B. work C. play D. sorrow

69. A. where B. why C. how D. what

70. A. player B. reader C. competitor D. singer

71. A. catching on B. carrying out C. taking over D. put down

72. A. pass B. express C. provide D. leave

73. A. shown B. delivered C. thrown D. given

74. A. affection B. product C. award D. arrangement

75. A. offer B. develop C. operate D. attend


56-75  CDABB  DCDBA  CACDB  ABDCA

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第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后所给各题的四个选项(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。

Thirty years ago, when I was a young man in New York City, I had no Christmas spirit.

I wasn’t a bad person. I didn’t 11 Christmas. But I was like many people: too 12 to really celebrate it. I wanted so badly to be a Broadway 13 that I didn’t have time for anything else. And then I was chosen for a part --- a one of the greatest parts in the history of Christmas: Ebenezer Scrooge. And it was in a big, wonderful

14 called Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

I also had to play in one scene 15 Santa Claus --- the worst possible part, I thought, because Santa was  so good. So boring. But that was OK.

However, nobody 16 about my Scrooge. Don’t get me wrong. Critics loved the show, and the audience cheered, but 17 ever wanted to come backstage to meet Ebenezer Scrooge. No, they 18 to talk to Santa  Claus. They loved him.

I’m not just talking about children. Parents would be 19 when they saw me in my costume. Strangers   would smile. One time, a news reporter 20 in tears when I walked into the studio. “I can’t 21 I’m     talking to Santa Claus,” she said.

Scrooge was written out of the Christmas Spectacular after only four years, 22 I have been Santa Claus for almost 30 years and more than 4000 23 , and spending that much time as someone 24 you. As I    was taking off my beard one night, I said to my stage manager, “I 25 I could wear this Santa suit all the time. If I did, I could 26 be angry or mean.

It was only a passing thought, but it has 27 with me ever since. Santa Clause is the 28 part of me.

He’s not just the role I play; he’s my role model.

Thirty years ago, I wanted so badly to be 29 . I wanted to be Scrooge because Scrooge was interesting.

Ebenezer Scrooge, I thought, would make me a 30 actor. Instead, Santa Clause made md a better man.


11. A. like

B. expect

C. hate

D. celebrate

12. A. lazy

B. busy

C. free

D. excited

13. A. model

B. actor

C. director

D. manager

14. A. cinema

B. show

C. scene

D. concert



15.

A. for

B. like

C. with

D. as

16.

A. cared

B. worried

C. knew

D. talked

17.

A. somebody

B. anybody

C. nobody

D. everybody

18.

A. wanted

B. refused

C. pretended

D. happened

19.

A. scared

B. annoyed

C. impressed

D. embarrassed

20.

A. put down

B. took down

C. broke down

D. wrote down

21.

A. prove

B. believe

C. explain

D. admit

22.

A. but

B. since

C. as

D. before

23.

A. speeches

B. reviews

C. matches

D. performances

24.

A. bothers

B. confuses

C. changes

D. upsets

25.

A. agree

B. wish

C. feel

D. realize

26.

A. just

B. still

C. never

D. even

27.

A. fixed

B. linked

C. combined

D. stuck

28.

A. best

B. worst

C. first

D. last

29.

A. peaceful

B. helpful

C. successful

D. cheerful

30.

A. happier

B. richer

C. busier

D. better

完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分)

11-15 CBBBD 16-20 ACACC 21-25 BADCB 26-30 CDACD

4、江苏省无锡市第一中学2019-2020学年度第一学期高二年级英语抽测

第二部分:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1, 满分20分)

请认真阅读下面短文, 从短文后各题所给的ABCD四个选项中, 选出最佳选项。

Reading and writing come to the mind slowly, in pieces. But for me, as a boy from a family of little education, the 16 of working through a book, even a simple one, was 17 to standing in quicksand(流沙),you loved ones standing at its safe edges, their arms folded in doubt as you sink.

My family immigrated to the U.S. from Vietnam when I was two. When I entered kindergarten, I was, 18 , immigrating all over again, except this time into English. Like any American child. I quickly learned my ABCs. Within a few years, l had become 19 — but only in speech, not in the written world

One afternoon when I was in fourth grade, l got a task. We had two weeks to write a poem 20 National Poetry Month. Normally, my poor writing would 21 me from such tasks, and l would 22 spend the class mindlessly copying out other passages, which allowed me to 23 myself as long as I looked as though l were doing something smart. The 24 began when I decided to be dangerously ambitious, l decided to write a poem and handed it in,

"Where is it?" the teacher asked. He 25 my poem to the classroom lights and squinted (眯着眼), the way one might 26 fake money. I could tell, by the slowly brightening room, that it had started to 27 . I pointed to my work. "No, where is the poem you copied? How did you even write something like this?” Then he 28 my desk toward mo. The desk had a little drawer 29 to its underside, and I watched as the 30 dropped from the drawer's mouth: crayons, yellow pencils, lollipops. 31 no poem. I stood saying nothing. Little moments of ice threw themselves 32 the window as the boys and girls 33, their faces as unconvinced as blank sheets of paper.

My poem was called “If a Boy Could Dream." I knew words like "if” and “boy”, but others I had to 34 . I sounded out the words in my head, a dictionary in my hand and searched the letters. I had read books that weren’t books, and I had read them using everything except my eyes. From that invisible “reading”, I had 35 my world into paper. As such, I was a cheat in a field of language, which is to say, I was a writer, I have plagiarized(剽窃)my life to give you the best of me.


16. A. entertainment

B. experience

C. event

D. exercise

17.A.opposite

B. common

C. similar

D. unique

18.A. as a whole

B. as a rule

C. in a word

D. in a sense

19. A. negative

B. fluent

C. weak

D. aware

20. A. in memory of

B. in honor of

C. in face of

D. in hope of

21. A. excuse

B. ban

C. defend

D. protect

22.A. still

B. then

C.never

D. instead

23.A. convince

B. persuade

C. cover

D. explain

24.A. trick

B. puzzle

C. moment

D. trouble

25.A. took up

B. set up

C. picked up

D. held up

26. A. examine

B. count

C. test

D. dismiss

27.A. rain

B. snow

C. lighten

D. thunder

28.A. touched

B. pulled

C. moved

D. tipped

29.A. placed

B. designed

C. attached

D. applied

30. A. packets

B. contents

C. containers.

D. backpacks

31.A. Even

B. And

C. But

D. So

32. A. off

B. into

C. beside

D. against

33.A. stared

B. laughed

C. shouted

D. whistled

34.A. think about

B. learn about

C. give up

D. look up

35. A. pressed

B. knocked

C. pushed

D. laid

完形填空:16-20 BCDBB  21-25 ADCDD  26-30 ABDCB  31-35 CDADA


5、【全国百强校】江苏省南通中学2019-2020学年高二上学期期中考试英语模拟试题

第一节 完形填空(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(ABCD)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。


We always celebrated my Dad’s November birthday on Thanksgiving Day, even after he entered a nursing home. As years went on, these events took on a(n)   41  meaning – a traditional birthday party for Dad, and a personal   42  for all that he had done for me in my life.Ziyuanku.com

When we knew that it might be Dad’s   43  birthday, the whole family decided to come together for a huge birthday celebration at the nursing home. It was a crowded party __44_all of us sitting around him. Dad was a wonderful   45   , and here was a biggest audience he’d ever had.

During a quiet moment, I announced that it was now Dad’s turn to   46  stories from us. I wanted everyone to tell Dad what we loved about him. 47  , we told stories from our hearts,   48  Dad listened with wet, flashing blue eyes. We   49  all kinds of lost memories – stories about when we were little, stories about when Dad was young and stories that are shared as family   50  . Even the littlest grandchildren couldn’t   51  to tell their grandfather why they loved him. For a man who had been kind to so many people in his life, here was our   52 to honor him.

A few months later, at Dad’s memorial service, we fully realized what we had given Dad that night. Those were the stories people normally tell at a   53  . They are told, then, full of tears, with the hope that the departed will somehow hear the outpouring of love._54_ we had given those loving   55  to Dad when he was   56  , told through laughter, accompanied by hugs and joy. I’m sure the stories and memories   57  over in his mind during his last months and days.Ziyuanku.com

Words do 58  , and they are enough. We need to say them, to speak them 59  to the ones we love, for everyone else to hear. That’s the way to   60  love, and our chance to honor a person in life.


41. A.  complex       B. modern           C. original            D. double

42. A.  wish         B. congratulation      C. thanking           D. apology

43. A.  living       B. lost                C. late               D. last

44. A. with         B. by                  C. though            D. as

45. A. reader        B. listener             C. storyteller           D. writer

46. A.  make up    B. listen to             C. hear of             D. talk about

47. A.  All at once  B. Now and then       C. Little by little         D. One after another

48. A.   because   B. if                  C. while               D. before

49. A. recalled      B.  regretted          C. recorded             D. Remembered

50. A. thoughts     B. treasures           C. possessions          D. tales

51. A. afford       B. help              C. wait                 D. offer

52. A. chance      B. task              C. duty                  D. decision

53. A. burial      B. party               C. meeting              D. wedding

54. A. And        B. But                  C. So                D. Or

55. A. kindness      B. memories          C. care               D. hugs

56. A. healthy       B. old              C. young               D. alive

57. A. went         B. flew              C. rolled               D.came

58. A. benefit          B. matter         C. work                 D. mean

59. A. publicly       B. properly          C. consciously          D. correctly

60. A. fall in          B. search for        C. hand over           D. give back

41-45  DCDAC    46-50  BDCAB

51-55  CAABB 56-60  DCBAD

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第一节 完形填空(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ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该项涂黑。

Sometime, you are stuck in traffic, anxious about getting a job, or stressed about making a deadline at work.41 as these situations are, they are also opportunities to 42

kindness and gratefulness. Responding gently and thankfully will not 43 make these situations go away, but it can help you be happier and 44 .

As someone who travels as part of my work, I find that when I practice looking for 45 to be kind and grateful, travel is a much more46 experience.

The mental and physical 47 of kindness and gratitude are impressive. Such simple practices not only make you feel good, 48 they can also help protect your immune system, reduce stress and anxiety, strengthen selfcontrol. That is, simple practice done regularly can 49 both your physiology and your outlook. It is more likely that you also view the future 50 .

However, being kind and grateful is not a an 51 for working toward important goals, or dealing with challenge. Practicing kindness and appreciation is a way to 52

the quality of your experience and relationships while you are doing these things. 53

what your brain may tell you, your ability to be kind and grateful is not 54 upon either your circumstances or how you feel. 55 simply, kindness and gratitude are available to you whenever you choose to practice them.

During your lifetime many things will happen. You will experience some of them as pleasant and comfortable and others as 56 and unwanted. You do not have control over the circumstances that life 57 , but you do have a choice about how you 58 to them. Reacting to whatever 59 up with kindness and gratitude is a powerful 60 ,

a choice supported by hundreds of scientific research studies and recommended in every enduring wisdom tradition for thousands of years. What will you choose?

41. A. Unhappy B. Unfortunate C. Undesirable D. Incorrect

42. A. practice B. acknowledge C. change D. distinguish

43. A. eventually B. deliberately C. instantly D. necessarily

44. A. healthier B. gentler C. kinder D. stronger

45. A. approaches B. chances C. places D. coincidences

46. A. worthy B. enjoyable C. practical D. precious

47. A. conditions B. growth     C. benefits D. health

48. A. so B. while C. and D. but

49. A. change B. adjust C. reflect D. prove

50. A. accurately B. realistically C. positively D. wisely

51. A. exchange B. replacement C. process D. aspect

52. A. impact B. identify C. evaluate D. concern

53. A. While B. Though C. Despite D. Given

54. A. focused B. called C. looked D. dependent

55. A. Say     B. Put C. Tell D. Express

56. A. uncertain B. ridiculous C. embarrassing D. difficult

57. A. presents B. provides   C. offers D. supplies

58. A. contribute B. respond C. reply D. appeal

59. A. keeps B. goes C. builds D. turns

60. A. attitude B. tool C. choice D. influence

完形填空【答案】CADAB BCDAC BACDB DABDC

析】本文是一篇议论文. 生活中会遇到各种各样的事情有令人不快的也有令人开心的. 不管遇到什么样的事情我们都应当以感激和善意的态度去面对.

41. C 考查形容词上文"you are stuck in traffic, anxious about getting a job, or stressed about making a deadline at work. "指的是一些不好的甚至令人焦虑的事;而下文"kindness and gratitude. "可知这些境遇还可以带来好的一面故推断这是令人意想不到的

42. A 考查动词根据下文内容可知作者认为人们要寻找机会去表达自己的善意要时时记着感恩在下文中多次出现该内容比如第二段中when I practice looking for…以及第三段中Such simple practices…. 故选A。

43. D 考查副词作者指采取和善感激的态度未必会使情况消失但是却会让你开心快乐故选D。

44. A 考查形容词根据下文第三段内容可知与人为善学会感恩会提高人们的免疫力会让人更加健康故选A。

45. B 考查名词从语境可以判断作者在旅行中时常去寻找帮助别人传递善良的机会B。

46. B 考查形容词从上文内容以及情理可知"予人玫瑰, 手留余香"在帮助别人之后自己也会感觉开心快乐因此旅途也是愉快的故选B。

47. C 考查名词后句内容均讲述的是帮助别人学会感恩的好处故答案选C。

48. D 固定搭配:not only…but also, "不但而且", 此处介绍与人为善给自己带来身体和心情的影响故答案选D.

49. A 考查动词上句内容介绍了学会感恩传递善良给人身心带来的影响故答案选A。

50. C 考查副词从上文可知友善感激地面对周围的人或者发生的事情会给自己带来快乐所以看待问题也会积极乐观故选C。

51. B 考查名词从空后内容可知作者认为善良感恩并不能代替努力工作或者去应对挑战故选B。

52. A 考查动词从前句内容以及情理可知表达善良和感恩能够在处理事情以及和别人打交道的时候让气氛更融洽关系更友好故答案选A。

53. C 考查连词空后是what引导的宾语从句在四个选项中只有despite后可以接what从句故选C。

54. D 考查动词根据上下文内容可知善良感恩的能力既不依靠你周围的环境也不依赖你的感觉这只是一种选择故选D。

55. B 固定搭配:Put simply"简单地说"故选B。

56. D 考查形容词根据and后面 unwanted可以判断此处指不好的经历是人们不想经历的事情与前面pleasant and comfortable构成对比故选D。

57. A 考查动词从语境可知生活中发生的事情不是有意提供给人们的生活充满了不确定性故是"呈现"在人们面前的A。

58. B 考查动词根据情理以及下文react to可知此处指如何对生活中发生的事情做出回应故选B。

59. D考查动词从语境可知此处指应对生活中发生的事情,turn up"出现, 露面"故选D。

60. C 考查名词根据词的复现原则可知此处指用善良和感恩的心去应对生活中发生的事情是人们做出的一种选择这种选择有着强大的力量故选C。

7、江苏省苏州市震泽中学2019-2020学年高二上学期第一次月考英语试题

第二节 完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

请认真阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

My kids sat on Gee's living room floor and respectfully lifted Christmas decorations out of a cardboard box. They shouted with 31 when they discovered a tiny toy cat. Finally, my son was 32 about a tiny modern helicopter, just on the contrary, my daughter with a(n) 33 Mickey Mouse.

Gee stood beside them, 34 each treasure. She turned to me and continued to say she and Tom built their 35 over time by buying one or two nice ones each year in the after-Christmas sales. Eventually, we 36 ,with boxes in my arms and she was smiling. Her 37 belongings, gathered over a lifetime, found a new home.

We first 38 Tom and Gee in the early days of our marriage. Jim and I worked full-time, and in the morning we 39 our garbage cans on the roadside, which would have to wait the long,lonely 10 hours there until we returned to 40 them. Every day we’d come home to find them neatly 41 in their spot next to our garage. Finally we saw an old couple who 42 with his 10-year-old grandson across from us pick them up.

Tom and Gee 43 picked up garbage cans and taught us what it 44 to be a neighbor. They taught us that 45 doesn’t end at a boundary line. It 46 to all these people. These people, the 47 among them and the love that flows through them all explain what a home is.

This Christmas, we’ll make our tree attractive with Gee's 48 . We’ll bring beautifully packaged Christmas presents to some 49 like the couple. To others, we'll 50 a wave and a “Merry Christmas.”

31. A. care

B. horror

C. delight

D. caution

32. A. doubtful

B. anxious

C. pitiful

D. crazy

33. A. worn

B. traditional

C.old

D. silly

34. A. designing

B. getting

C. explaining

D. weighing

35. A. collections

B. interest

C. possessions

D. pleasure

36. A. refused

B. arrived

C. selected

D. left

37. A. strange

B. precious

C. modern

D. spare

38. A. met

B. invited

C. accepted

D. thanked

39. A. laid

B. emptied

C. deserted

D. stored

40. A. store up

B. deal with

C. make out

D. care about

41. A. buried

B. transformed

C. placed

D. developed

42. A. lived

B. quarreled

C. worked

D. wandered

43. A. carelessly

B. quietly

C. casually

D. violently

44. A. occurred

B. meant

C. reflected

D. expected

45. A. privacy

B. hope

C. peace

D. home

46. A. turns

B. adds

C. agrees

D. extends

47. A. control

B. words

C. connections

D. comfort

48. A. decorations

B. fund

C. methods

D. donation

49. A. partners

B. strangers

C. neighbors

D. relatives

50. A. stop

B. create

C. keep

D. exchange

完形31-50  CDBCA  DBAAB  CABBD  DCACD

8、江苏沭阳县潼阳中学2019-2020学年高二上学期第一次月考

第二节:完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)

阅读下面的短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)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。

In the United States there was an unusual tale telling of the daughter of a mechanic (技工). One day while walking along the bank of a lake, the girl 36 to see 20 eggs laid by a wild goose. After some time the girl 37 the mother would not return to her eggs and she 38 to take them home. There she carefully 39 the eggs in the heat of a lamp. Several days 40 the eggs broke and the baby geese came into the 41 .

Geese are known to take the first living thing they see as their mother. 42 , to these young geese, the girl was their mother.

As they 43 , the girl was able to 44 her birds to run across the grass, but she could not teach them to 45 . The girl became increasingly worried about this, both when 46 and in her dreams. Later, she had an 47 : She would pilot a plane to guide them in 48 . She asked her father for a plane and he assembled(组装)a small aircraft for her.

Caring about 49 safety, the father decided to pilot the plane himself. However, the birds did not 50 or follow him, and 51 slept in the grass.

One day, the girl 52 into the plane, started it and soon left the 53 . Seeing their mother take to the air, the birds 54 flapped(拍打)their wings and 55 . She flew the plane freely in the sky, her young birds following.

(   )36. A. managed  B. attempted C. happened D. supposed

(   )37. A. realized  B. expected C. imagined D. admitted

(   )38. A. helped  B. decided C. afforded D. meant

(   )39. A. placed  B. protected C. treated D. examined

(   )40. A. ago  B. out C. later D. long

(   )41. A. family  B. lake C. home D. world

(   )42. A. but  B. also C. thus D. Still

(   )43. A. increased  B. improved C. rose D. grew

(   )44. A. ask  B. lead C. want D. allow

(   )45. A. fly  B. race C. swim D. sing

(   )46. A. asleep  B. away C. around D. awake

(   )47. A. idea  B. opinion C. explanation D. excuse

(   )48. A. sky  B. heaven C. flight D. plane

(   )49. A. his  B. her C. their D. its

(   )50. A. respect  B. remember C. recognize D. receive

(   )51. A. so  B. instead C. hardly D. too

(   )52. A. climbed  B. looked C. reached D. fell[

(   )53. A. house  B. floor C. water D. ground

(   )54. A. secretly  B. disappointedly C. patiently D. eagerly

(   )55. A. looked away  B. set out C. went by D. turned back

完形填空36-55CABAC   DCDBA   DACBC  BADDB

9、盐城市时杨中学2019/2020高二英语上学期第一次调研

第二节 完形填空(20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30)

When I was young, my mother could not even 31 a 50-cent chocolate bar for me. However, instead of focusing on poorness, my mother selflessly 32 me to fight for success so that I could lead a 33 life. She worked long hours every night to support the family. 34 , she would find time to 35 with my sister, Emily, and me. Although I did not have two parents, I was loved and 36 just as much.

Not all of life’s milestones were easy. Some even left a 37 taste when my mother married a man in Maryland. The first few months were 38 : baseball games, dinners together and movies. It felt like we were the 39 All-American family. Then things 40 . Screaming matches between my stepfather and my mother ruined dinners, and he 41 movie tickets for wine.

We spent five years living in a family setting that had turned into a 42 zone. To our great relief, they finally 43 and we settled in Texas, where Mom is still working hard for a better life. Now, as I write this article with some dark 44 at hand, I realize my family and I are at the 45 point of our lives. I have succeeded both in my 46 and personality. I have been 47 my hunger for knowledge and I am to 48 from high school, not making a bitter product of my 49 , for I know that hard times in life are also learning experiences. 50 , like candy, can be the sweetest treat of all.

31. A. afford B. deliver C. break D. discover

32. A. permitted B. pushed C. invited D. warned

33. A. independent B. peaceful C. interesting D. comfortable

34. A. Instead B. Still C. Otherwise D. Thus

35. A. play B. agree C. combine D. argue

36. A. educated B. blamed C. observed D. punished

37. A. similar B. strong C. bitter D. plain

38. A. great B. busy C. tiring D. dull

39. A. creative B. healthy C. energetic D. perfect

40. A. happened B. continued C. changed D. disappeared

41. A. took B. swapped C. paid D. searched

42. A. time B. friend C. safety D. war

43. A. gathered round B. moved off C. broke up D. went away

44. A. spots B. lines C. chocolate D. ink

45. A. weakest B. closest C. lowest D. best

46. A. work B. study C. politics D. sport

47. A. satisfying B. feeling C. controlling D. reducing

48. A. suffer B. escape C. graduate D. separate

49. A. tradition B. environment C. religion D. identity

50. A. Patience B. Belief C. Devotion D. Success

三、完型填空每小题1.530

31~35 ABDBA 36~40ACADC 41~45BDCCD 46~50BACBD

10、江苏沭阳县修远中学2019-2020学年高二上学期第一次月考

三、完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

In some areas of the world the weather is very __31___ and this fact plays an important part in the daily lives of the people. __32___ they are farmers, fishermen, or sailors, for instance, they __33___ know about these changes ahead of time. Space scientists and airplane pilots ___34__ need weather ___35__.

___36__ earliest time, men have ___37__ the sky, the wind, and the atmosphere, as well as a variety of other weather signs, in order to make weather __38___. But often their weather predictions have not been accurate(准确的). Now there are government bureaus(局、处)in many places that __39___ weather conditions very carefully. They use a lot of scientific ___40__ to help them make their forecasts(预报). For instance, they have instruments to ___41__ speed and direction of the wind. Thus they can predict the __42___ of a storm. They have special balloons, ships, and airplanes to help them ___43__ their accuracy, and they make use of radar, satellites and computers to gather __44__ information.

Today when a ___45__ takes off from an airport, he ___46__ know what kind of weather to expect when he reaches his destination(目的地). If there is _47__ rain or snow in the mountains, a weather bureau can predict the day and ___48__ the hour that a river may overflow(使涨满)its banks many miles away. When a storm is moving in a certain __49___, the people in that area can learn of it ahead of time and ___50__it.

31. A. fine             B. terrible           C. changeable             D. changeless

32. A. Because           B. Though           C. If                      D. When

33. A. can                 B. may               C. will                   D. need to

34. A. generally       B. especially        C. usually                 D. seldom

35. A. information    B. fact                  C. advice                D. result

3 6. A. From               B. By                 C. Since                  D. After

37. A. noticed          B. observed          C. saw                   D. discovered

38. A. study            B. result                C. information            D. predictions

39. A. research        B. study                C. learn                    D. watch

40.A. ways               B. assistants        C. instruments            D. equipments

41.A. measure           B. make              C. find                    D. discover

42.A. time               B. direction          C. speed                   D. path

43.A. study              B. predict               C. increase                D. know

44.A. necessary         B. impossible         C. foreign                 D. priceless

45.A. pilot            B. plane                 C. person               D. space

46.A. should         B. can                   C. must                 D. might

47.A. light            B. slight                 C. large                  D. heavy

48.A. even             B. also                   C. besides                 D. including

49.A. path              B. direction          C. strength                 D. speed

50.A. leave             B. change              C. prepare                D. prepare for

完形填空(满分30每题 1.5)

31-35CCDBA  36-40CBDBD 41-45ADCAA 46-50BDABD

11、江苏省宿迁中学2019-2020学年度新疆部第一学期高二年级第一次月考情调研英语试题

第一节(20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

Dear Strangers,

I remember you. Eighteen months ago, when my cellphone rang, you were walking into Whole Foods 41 to do your grocery shopping, just as I had been only minutes before you. But I had already 42 my cart full of groceries in the entryway, for my brother was on the other end of the 43 telling me my father had 44 his own life early that morning.

I started to cry and scream as my whole body 45 . I fell to the floor under the 46 of what I had just learned. You could have kept on walking, 47 my cries, but you didn’t. You could have simply stopped and stared at my 48 of pain, but you didn’t. Instead, you surrounded me as I yelled 49 my sobs, “My father killed himself. He’s dead.”

I remember one of you asked for my phone. You needed my husband’s name as you searched through my 50 . I remember that I could hear your 51 as you tried to reach my husband for me, leaving an 52 message for him to call me. I recall hearing you discuss among yourselves who would drive me home in my car and who would 53 that person back to the store. You didn’t even know one another, and you came around me with the common 54 — to help.

In my 55 , I told you that I had a friend who worked at Whole Foods, and one of you brought her to me. And I even recall as I sat with her, one of you 56 a gift card for meals to Whole Foods. That gift card helped to 57 my family when the idea of cooking was so far 58 my emotional reach.

I never saw you after that. But I know this to be true: Because you 59 out to help, you offered a ray of light in the most 60 moment I’ve ever experienced. I will never, ever forget you.

41. A. anxious B. willing C. prepared D. determined

42. A. abandoned      B. recovered      C. pushed D. filled

43. A. shop           B. line C. queue D. pipe

44. A. cost           B. given C. saved D. taken

45. A. hurt           B. jumped C. trembled D. fell

46. A. umbrella        B. control C. protection D. weight

47. A. ignoring        B. stopping C. wiping D. comforting

48. A. passion         B. dilemma C. separation D. display

49. A. at             B. to C. through D. on

50. A. messages       B. contacts C. photos D. records

51. A. guesses       B. replies C. words D. arguments

52. A. instant         B. urgent C. obvious D. abundant

53. A. follow        B. send C. pick D. fetch

54. A. belief          B. purpose C. interest D. knowledge

55. A. snow         B. frost C. wind D. fog

56. A. sent over      B. took in C. appealed to D. applied to

57. A. treat           B. support C. feed D. keep

58. A. within        B. between C. beyond D. above

59. A. reached       B. turned C. figured D. checked

60. A. threatening      B. discouraging C. surprising D. demanding

完型填空 41-45 CABDC   46-50 DADCB   51-55 CBABD 56-60 ACCAB

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