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第二节 语法填空 (共10小题；每小题1.5分，满分15分)
The day that I met my best friend for the first time, I was full of ___61___ （anxious）. I was trying to do some revision for an important oral exam in the local library and people ____62____ （keep）disturbing me. I was getting more and more annoyed and of course，the more upset I got，the less I was able to concentrate. The last straw was when I heard someone ___63___（sing） behind me. The singing was so loud that I could even recognize the song! I turned around and glared at the person ___64___ was singing. It was a tall girl about the same age as me and she had a big smile ____65____ her face. She was standing with a book in her hands near the “English Literature” section. She looked like a literary type and seemed very interested in ___66___ she was reading. I glanced at ___67___ book's cover. It was a book of Tennyson's ___68___（poem）.
The fact that she looked like a sensitive，friendly girl didn't matter. If anything，it made me even angrier. “How could she be so selfish?” I thought ___69___ （angry）. In fact，I was surprised there wasn't steam ___70___ （come） out of my ears!
61. anxiety 62. kept 63. singing 64. who／that 65. on
66. what 67. the 68. poems 69. angrily 70. coming
2、南京金中、十三中、中华三校联考 2019-2020 学年度第一学期 高二年级 10 月联考卷
第一节：语篇填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
阅读下面短文，在空白处填入 1 个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
Home is where the plant is! Having a house plant could make you healthier by (48) _ (leave) the air you breathe higher in oxygen, scientists say. So far research (49) (find) having a plant like a peace lily indoors can improve the air quality in the home. “Thirsty” plants (50) demand a lot of water and sunlight could improve the atmosphere through their own growing process. Scientists from the University of Reading and the Royal Horticultural Society conducted a study on (51) (vary) plants and how the air around them changes. They found peace lilies were the best because they take in (52) (particular) large amounts of CO2 and water. Past research has also suggested flu may be less able to (53) (spread) in environments with higher humidity (潮湿) because the (54) (virus) don’t travel as well through air. And plants also absorb CO2
from the air around them, enriching (55) same air with oxygen which is vital for the human body. Dr. Blanusa added, “Most office buildings would benefit (56) introducing additional planting.” The research
(57) (publish) in the journal Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health in September, 2018.
语篇填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分）
48. leaving 49. has found 50. which 51. various
52. particularly 53. to spread 54. viruses 55. the
56. from 57. published
According to a review of evidence in a medical journal, runners live three years 51 (long) than non-runners. You don’t have to run fast or for long 52 (see) the benefit. You may drink, smoke, be overweight and still reduce your risk of 53 (die) early by running.
While running regularly can’t make you live forever, the review says it 54 (be) more effective at lengthening life 55 walking, cycling or swimming. Two of the authors of the review also made a study published in 2014 56 showed a mere five to 10 minutes a day of running reduced the risk of heart disease and early deaths from all 57 (cause).
The best exercise is one that you enjoy and will do. But otherwise ... it’s probably running. To avoid knee pain, you can run on soft surfaces, do exercises to 58 (strength) your leg muscles (肌肉), avoid hills and get good running shoes. Running is cheap, easy and it’s always 59 (energy). If you are time poor, you need run for only half the time to get the same benefits as other sports, so perhaps we should all give 60 a try.
51. longer 根据空白处之后的than可知，此处用long的比较级。
52. to see 根据句意“要见到效果，你不必快跑或长时间地跑”, to see作目的状语。
53. dying 介词后应用die的动名词形式dying。
54. is 本文讲述跑步的好处，用的是现在时态，再根据空白处前面的can’t make和says可知，此处讲述的是客观事实，因此用is。
55. than 这里是将跑步和其他运动方式作对比，再由上文的more effective可知，此处用than。
56. that / which 此处用that / which引导定语从句修饰先行词study。
57. causes 根据句意“每天仅仅跑5-10分钟就能降低所有因素导致的心脏病和早逝的风险”以及all可知，cause用复数形式。
58. strengthen 此处表明做运动的目的，再根据后面的宾语your leg muscles判断此处应用及物动词strengthen。
59. energetic 本句为主系表结构，故此处应该用形容词作表语。
60. it / running give it / sth a try是固定短语，意为“尝试某事物”。
Kiyoto Saito is trying to change people’s opinion of agricultural work through his unusual attire(打扮). Whether he’s driving a tractor 61 is standing in the fields, Kiyoto is always wearing an elegant suit.
Kiyoto’s family has been planting rice for around 400 years, but as a teenager he 62 (find) the tradition boring and moved to the city. He returned to his native town two years ago, 63 (determine) to get involved in the family business.
64 idea of wearing a suit in the fields started as a joke. One day, his brother joked about farming in an elegant suit, but Kyioto took it 65 (serious). He viewed the idea as the perfect way to change public opinion of agricultural work. “Most people think of farmers 66 ‘dirty all day’. I want youngsters to think ‘farming looks fun’” he said.
At first no one seemed 67 (understand) him. Even his family was surprised by his 68 (choose) of farming attire. His grandfather worried 69 (do) farm work in a suit would be dangerous.
Now Kiyoto is famous and has been invited on various television shows. He also has a blog where he regularly 70 (post) his farming experiences and photos of himself all dressed up.
英语知识运用 第二节（每小题1.5 分；满分15分）
61. or 62. found 63. determined 64. The 65.seriously
66. as 67.to understand 68. choice 69. doing 70. posts
A film, ___61___(show) in Chinese cinemas next month, tells the story of a former British secret agent named Johnny English, who has now retired to be a middle school history teacher. However, after a series of cyber attacks on the UK government, all the active secret agents __62__(expose), which leaves the mission of catching the bad guys __63__Johnny English.
But___64__ films such as Mission Impossible and Kingsman (《王牌特工》), in which agents are all masters of high-tech tools, Johnny English is an old-fashioned hero, __65__(have) of modern technology and not even willing to use a smartphone. That puts him in various dangerous situations.
This wouldn’t come as a surprise if you know that Johnny English __66__(play) by Rowan Atkinson, who is best known__67__ playing his character Mr. Bean.
Johnny English and Mr. Bean do have a lot__68__ common. As Atkinson once told the Guardian in an interview, “The nature of Mr. Bean is__69__ he’s self-centered and doesn’t actually acknowledge the outside world. He’s a child in a man’s body.”
And this is probablly why people all around the world can relate to Atkinson’s humor. They want to be just as self-centered as his characters. And they don’t want to care __70__ the outside world thinks of them. They want to be different.
61. to be shown 62. are exposed 63. to 64. unlike 65. not having 66. is played 67. for 68. in 69. that 70. What
There are several reasons why school uniforms are good idea. First of all, uniforms help the school look smart. The students feel that they belong to a particular group. When every pupil in the school wears the uniform, nobody 66 (have) to worry about fashion(时尚). Everybody wears 67 same style of clothes. Uniforms can be useful in unexpected ways, A school in Ireland has introduced an interesting new uniform. On the edge of the jacket, there is a piece of cloth 68 gives off light in the dark. When the children are walking or _____69____ (cycle) to school on dark mornings, car drivers can 70 (easy) see them.
But can uniforms help improve school standards? The answer 71 this question is not clear. One study in America found that students' grades 72 (improve) a little after the school introduced uniforms. But some students didn't want 73 (wear) the uniform. Other American studies showed no 74 (connect) between uniforms and school performance.
School uniforms are 75 (tradition) in Britain, but some schools are starting to get rid of them. Some very good schools don't have a uniform policy. However, uniforms are still popular. Pupils at about 90 percent of British secondary schools wear uniforms.
66. has/will have 67. the 68. that/which 69. cycling 70. easily
71. to 72. improved 73. to wear
74. connection/connections 75. traditional
A couple had been married for over 60 years. They shared everything, talked about everything and kept no secrets 76 each other except that the woman had a box in a drawer 77 _ she had cautioned her husband never to open or ask her about.
He'd never thought about it ever since. One day the woman got very sick and the doctor said she wouldn't 78 ( recover). To sort out their affairs, the husband took down the box and 79 (bring) it to his wife's bedside. She agreed it was time that he should know 80 was in the box.
81 (open) it, he found two small table mats and a sum of money totaling $25,000. He asked her about the contents, "When we were to be married," she said, "my grandma told me the secret of happy 82 (marry) was never to argue, and I should just keep quiet and make a mat 83 I got angry with you."
The man was so 84 (move) that he had to fight back tears. She had only been angry with him twice in all those years of living and loving! "Honey", he said, "that explains the mats, but what about the money? Where did it come from?"
"Oh", she said, "that's the money I made from selling 85 ."
76. from 77. that/which 78. recover 79. brought 80. what
81. Opening 82. marriage 83. when/whenever/if 84. moved 85. them/mats
By now it’s almost common knowledge that spending time in nature is good for you. Areas with more trees tend 61._________ (be) less polluted, so spending time there leads to you 62.__________(breathe) more easily. Spending time outdoors 63.__________ (link) with reduced blood pressure and stress, and seems to motivate people to exercise more. “So 64._________ will come as no surprise that there’s research 65.__________(show) that spending time in nature is good. I mean, that’s been known 66.__________ millennia (几千年). There are dozens of papers showing that.” says University of Exeter Medical School researcher Mathew P. White. “We get this idea, patients are coming to us and they’re saying, ‘doctor, how long should I spend?’ and the doctor is saying, ‘I don’t really know.’ ”
So White and his team decided to find out by using data 67. __________ (collect) from nearly 20,000 people in England through the Monitor of Engagement with the Natural Environment Survey. And their answer? Two hours 68.__________ week. People who spent at least that much time amid nature — 69.__________ all at once or totaled over several shorter visits — were more likely to report good health and psychological well-being 70._________ those with no nature exposure.
语法填空 61. to be 62. breathing 63. has been linked /is linked 64. it 65. showing
66. for 67. collected 68. a/per 69. either 70. than
It’s still there, the Vietnamese school where my brother and I used to go. Even with a new coat of paint and the high wire fence, the school I knew ten years ago (96)________(remain)the same.
Every day at 5 p.m., (97)_______ of flying kites with our friends, my brother and I had to go to Vietnamese school. Nothing(98)________stop my determined mother to have us learn the language of our culture. She held us by the collar and walked with us the seven long, hilly blocks from our home to school, (99)________(leave) our tearful faces before the front of the school.
(100)_______ the school mainly taught language — speaking, reading, dictation — the lessons always began with an exercise in politeness. With the entrance of the teacher, the best student would tap a bell and everyone would get up, and say in Vietnamese, “How are you, teacher?”
The language always made me embarrassed. More often than not, I had tried to separate myself from the loud voice that followed me (101)_______ I went to the American supermarket outside our area. The voice belonged to my grandmother, a small old woman (102)_______Vietnamese was quick, loud, it was not beautiful. I didn’t want to be thought of (103)_______ being mad or talking stupid.
When I spoke English, people nodded at me, smiled and encouraged me. Even Vietnamese people would laugh and say that I’d do well in life.
My brother was even(104)_______(strict) than I about speaking English. He was especially cruel towards my mother, scolding her for her poor English. Bits of Vietnamese were often (105)______(mix) in her conversation.
After two years of struggle, I finally divorced my culture. I was permitted to stop Vietnamese school. I looked on myself as American. At last, I thought I was one of you; I wasn’t one of them.
【答案】remains; instead; could; leaving; Although; whenever; whose; either; stricter; mixed
Good,morning,everyone.This is Chris at the school radio station.
As we all know, psychological health is as important as physical health. However.it's quite
__71__(worry) that many of us are suffering from poor psychological health.We've interviewed some psychology teachers at our school,and they've given us some advice on how__72____(improve) psychological health.
Firstly,you can share your concerns with people you trust,____73__ support and care may help you get ___74___ the difficulties.Besides, leam to view trouble__75___ (wise)as everyone meets with difficulties now and then.Remind __76__(you) that only those who are confident and _77__(determine)can go further and achieve more easily. When__78___(feel)sad for a long time, you'd better go to the mental guide room without__79____(hesitate), wherepractical advice will _80___ to help ease your pressure.
The worlds is just what you think it is.Learn to control your own world.
Thank you for listening.
解析：it’s quite worrying that从句，主语是物所以be后用以ing结尾的adj.
解析：考查特殊疑问词+to do 做宾语
解析：get over 克服困难
解析：副词修饰learn to view trouble
解析：remind oneself 提醒某人自己
解析：固定短语：without hesitation 毫不犹豫
解析：advice 和offer 构成动宾关系，用被动。
The day that I met my best friend for the first time, I was full of ___61___ （anxious）. I was trying to do some revision for an important oral exam in the local library and people ____62____ （keep）disturbing me. I was getting more and more annoyed and of course，the more upset I got，the less I was able to concentrate. The last straw was when I heard someone ___63___（sing） behind me. The singing was so loud that I could even recognise the song! I turned around and glared at the person ___64___ was singing. It was a tall girl about the same age as me and she had a big smile ____65____ her face. She was standing with a book in her hands near the“English Literature”section. She looked like a literary type and seemed very interested in ___66___ she was reading. I glanced at ___67___ book's cover. It was a book of Tennyson's ___68___（poem）.
The fact that she looked like a sensitive，friendly girl didn't matter. If anything，it made me even angrier. “How could she be so selfish?”I thought ___69___ （angry）. In fact，I was surprised there wasn't steam ___70___ （come） out of my ears!
61. anxiety 62. kept 63. singing 64. who／that 65. on 66. what 67. the 68. poems 69. angrily 70. Coming
12、天星湖中学 2019-2020 学年（上）期初测试高二英语
China successfully exploded its first atomic bomb on Oct 16，1964，（61）
（shock）the rest of the world.It was followed by the successful（62） _（explode）of a hydrogen（氢）bomb in 1967.Later，a satellite with a recording of the tune of Dong Fang Hong declared to the world that China（63） （master）satellite technology.
It was the bombs and the satellite（64） enabled China to take the lead in global scientific and technological development and improve the strength of the country's national defense，commented Xinhua News Agency.
Many people made（65） （contribute）to these world-shaking events. Yu Min，
a famous nuclear physicist who passed（66） them.
Yu was one of the leading scientists who（67） _（be ） able to overcome difficulties
in the design of the hydrogen bomb. Known as the "the father of China's hydrogen bomb"，
he was presented（68） the State Preeminent Science and Technology Award by President Xi Jinping in 2015.It is the nation's highest scientific honor.
（69） ，Yu said the achievement belonged to the whole team.
“A man's name will disappear in time，but（70） will satisfy him is that he can contribute slightly to the nation's prosperity（繁荣）”Yu said，according to China Daily.
64.that 65.contributions 66.away 67.were68.with69.However 70.what