湖北团风县 2017 高考英语完形填空暑假选练（二）
[2014·石家庄市高中毕业班复习教学质量检测] My husband has always had great love for older people and has helped out several elderly friends in the past，but this story is different! Mr. Daves __1__ in the same lake as my husband John for over 15 years. A __2__ developed
but when Mrs. Daves died five years ago，it left Mr. Daves alone.They had no children and after sixty years of __3__ he was lost.So John took Mr. Daves fishing with him every time he went. __4__ being with John. __5__
Mr. Daves was energetic and never
A few years later Mr. Daves had a stroke that paralyzed(使瘫痪) his right side. He lost his and was put into a nursing home. Confined(限制) to his began to __7__from depression. This almost __9__
__6__ and unable to communicate, Mr. Daves John's heart.
He finally got __10__ truck. The this
from the nursing home to take Mr. Daves out for a ride. They were both __11__ for Mr. Daves to be lifted into John's
to be together again but it was very __12__
of his paralyzed side pulled heavily on his good side. John worried about still took him out about every ten days. __14__ truck to buy a van that was equipped for a
One day he announced he was selling his
__15__. We researched these vehicles, sold the truck and got a van. It isn't sporty or fast but it sure __16__ Mr. Dave's pain on their outings and they both enjoy them more. Now they can go __17__. __18__ life. I don't know anyone who would __20__ __19__
fishing together more
Mr. Daves is now 86 but is still
their prized possession to help a friend. I hope he can be a(n) similar steps to help those who are in need. 1. A. drove C. played 2. A. friendship B. fished D. swam B. habit D. story B. living D. work B. aware of D. tired of B. smell D. touch B. house D. truck B. hear
for others to take
C. problem 3. A. fishing C. marriage 4. A. afraid of C. fond of 5. A. sight C. speech 6. A. bed C. office 7. A. escape
C. learn 8. A. broke C. stole 9. A. benefit
D. suffer B. moved D. ruined B. information D. promise B. frightened D．worried B. happy D. painful B. slimness D. wound B. but D. thus B. favourite D. old B. kitchen D. wheelchair B. eases D. worsens B. fortunately D. greedily B. improving D. planting B. pick up D. give up B. guide D. superman
C. permission 10. A. excited C. surprised 11. A. easy C. long 12. A. height C. weight 13. A. and C. so 14. A. broken C. new 15. A. bedroom C. toilet 16. A. cures C. promotes 17. A. cheaply
C. frequently 18. A. enjoying
C. living 19. A. put away
C. hand in 20. A. example C. hero
[文章大意] 本文为记叙文。文章作者讲述了其丈夫热心帮助一个无子女的孤寡老人的故事，激励人们关爱 老人。 1．B。根据下文中“So John took Mr.Daves fishing with him every time he went.”可知，他们是坚持 到同一个湖去钓鱼。故选 B 项。 2．A。根据文章第一段“...has helped out several elderly 可知。故选 A 项。 3．C。根据上句“...Mrs.Daves died”以及最后一段首句“Mr. 去世，结束了他们 60 年的婚姻。 故选 C 项。 Daves is now 86...”可知，其夫人的 friends in the past...”中的 friends
4．D。根据本段首句可知，他们在一起钓鱼长达 15 年之久。根据下文可知，戴夫斯先生在得了偏瘫之后，还 乐于与约翰外出钓鱼。显然他对与约翰待在一起“从不厌烦”。故选 D 项。 5．C。根据下一句中的“unable to communicate”可知，戴夫斯先生偏瘫后，丧失了说话的能力。故选 C 项。 6．A。戴夫斯先生偏瘫后，住进了疗养院，只能待在床上，显然 B、C、D 三项不合适。故选 A 项。 7．D。戴夫斯先生住进疗养院后，由于偏瘫整天待在床上，而且丧失了语言能力，不能与人交流，这样自然 “患上”了抑郁症。故选 D 项。 8．A。戴夫斯先生的不幸和痛苦让约翰心碎。break one's heart 令人心碎。故选 A 项。 9．C。戴夫斯先生住进养老院之后，约翰要带其外出，显然需要经过疗养院的“同意、许可”。故选 C 项。 10．A。戴夫斯先生和约翰是长达 15 年的钓友，很长时间没有一起外出钓鱼，再次一起外出钓鱼，两人都很 “兴奋”。故选 A 项。 11．D。由于戴夫斯先生身患偏瘫，上车的时候肯定不舒服，很“痛苦”。故选 D 项。 12．C。根据本句中的 heavily 可知，说的是瘫痪的那一侧身体的“重量”重重地拖累着另一侧。故选 C 项。 13．B。前后为转折关系。虽然约翰担心这点，但还是大约每隔 10 天带老人出去一次。故选 B 项。 14．B。根据下文中“their prized possession”可知，卖掉的卡车是约翰“心爱的”车。故选 B 项。 15． D。 戴夫斯先生身体偏瘫， 坐在卡车上不舒服， 约翰卖掉卡车， 买了一辆大篷车， 自然是在车上装配了“轮 椅”，以方便带戴夫斯先生外出钓鱼。故选 D 项。 16．B。大篷车上装配了轮椅，这样，就可以“减轻”戴夫斯先生的痛苦了。故选 B 项。 17．C。大篷车上的轮椅可以减轻戴夫斯先生外出钓鱼时的痛苦，这样外出钓鱼就更“频繁”了。故选 C 项。 18．A。在约翰的热心关爱下，戴夫斯先生——一个孤寡老人感受到了关爱，现在 86 岁了，但依旧“享受” 着生活的乐趣。故选 A 项。 19．D。根据上文，约翰为了减轻戴夫斯先生外出钓鱼时的痛苦，将自己心爱的卡车卖掉，买了一辆大篷车。 其卖掉心爱的卡车，属于“放弃”。故选 D 项。 20．A。约翰的行为，为人们帮助那些需要帮助的人树立了“榜样”。故选 A 项。
完形填空。阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从各题所给的 A、B、C 和 D 项中，选出最佳选项。 Night after night, my mother came to my bed, even long after my childhood years. She would 1 down and push my long hair out of the way, and then kiss my forehead. I don’t remember when it first started 2 me-her hands pushing my hair that way, for they felt
work-worn and rough 3 my young skin. Finally , one night, I shouted out at her, “Don’t do that any more-your hands are too rough!” she made no 4 and left quietly. But never again did my mother do it with that familiar expression of her With the passing years, my 6 5 . 7 my
returned to that night time after time. By then I
mother’s hands and her goodnight kiss. Sometimes the incident seemed very 8 , sometimes far
away, but always it was 9
in the back of my mind.
The years have passed, and I’m not a little girl any more. Mom is in her seventies, and those hands I once 10 to be so rough are still doing things for me and my family. Now, Mom no longer has Dad and lives 12 11 . One night on Thanksgiving Eve, I found myself
to her house to spend the night with her. As I slept in the bedroom of my youth, a familiar 14 , ever so gently ,
hand hesitantly ran across my face to 13 the hair from my forehead. Then a touched my forehead. I burst into tears. In my memory, thousands of times, I
15 the night my young voice complained. Catching Mom’s
hand in hand, I told her how 16 I was for that night. I thought she’d remember 17 I did. But Mom didn’t know what I was talking about. She had already forgotten and 18 long ago.
That night, I fell asleep with a new 19 for my gentle mother and her caring hands. And the guilt that I had carried around for so long was 20 to be found.
( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( (
) 1．A．lie ) 2．A．annoying ) 3．A．along ) 4．A．reply ) 5．A．pity ) 6．A．feelings ) 7．A．missed ) 8．A．strange ) 9．A．stressed
B．bend B．astonishing B．above B．promise B．sadness B．opinions B．forgot B．close B．existed
C．look C．delighting C．against C．request C．apology C．spirits C．held C．serious C．hidden C．reminded C．alone C．moved C．brush C．press C．realized C．angry C．why C．apologized
D．fall D．disappointing D．aside D．agreement D．love D．thoughts D．shook D．common D．exposed D．complained D．long D．stayed D．take D．hand D．recalled D．nervous D．as D．abandoned
) 10．A．expected B．changed ) 11．A．yet ) 12．A．drawn ) 13．A．cut ) 14．A．tear B．away B．carried B．wash B．kiss
) 15．A．returned B．remembered ) 16．A．sorry ) 17．A．when B．happy B．how
) 18．A．disappeared B．forgiven
) 19．A．imagination B．inspiration C．decoration ) 20．A．still B．soon C．nowhere
答案： 1—20 BACAD 1.B DABCB CACBD ADBDC
bent down 意即：母亲在床边俯身，
2. A “when it first started annoying me?” 句中的 it 指母亲捋我头发这事，母亲这一举动使我不 高兴。 3. C 母亲的手抚摸我，我感到粗糙。against 有 touching 之意。 4. A 我冲母亲叫，她没回应。这里用 reply promise : 诺言；request: 要求；agreement: 同意 5. D 根据上下文，这里的意思是：母亲表达的是一种爱。 6. D 我几年之后又想到那晚的情景，think 的名词是 thoughts；feelings: 感情，心情， 7. A 我怀念母亲的手。missed: 想念，惦记 8. B 儿时发生的那件事在我的记忆中时而近时而远， 但总是内心挥之不去的愧疚。 close 与后文的 far away 有关。 9. C 句中的 it 指“愧疚”，它始终在我心中。be hidden in 隐藏在??; exist 是不及物动词搭配不对 10.B “I once changed to be so rough”是定语从句修饰 hands, 这里的意思是：我使母亲的手变得粗 糙，因为母亲为我操劳了许多。 11. C 父亲去世后，母亲单独生活。后文有?to her house to spend the night with her 12. A drawn to her house: 自己被母爱所“吸引” 13. C 把挡住额头的头发梳了过去。 brush one’s hair：梳头发 14. B 母亲吻了我。 15. D recall：回忆；returned：返回；归还； remembered：记住； realized：意识到。I recalled the night.. 意即：I thought of the night? 16. A sorry 一词与愧疚有关。其余的选项与上下文意思不符。 17. D as I did 是一个表方式的状语，像我一样记得那事。 18. B forgotten and forgiven 说的是母亲忘了，原谅了我。. abandoned：被放弃[扔弃，遗弃]了的。 19. D 这里说的是作者对母亲的手产生了一种新的“感激” 20. C 母女情深，这时我感到得到了母爱的包容，因而我的愧疚荡然无存。
阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36—55 各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在 答题卡上涂黑。
When I was a teenager I volunteered to work at the water station at a 10,000m race. My job was to 36 water to the runners, I remember being so 37 to see all the different kinds of people who passed by and grabbed a cup of water. Some ran past, some walked past and a few wheeled past. I saw so many types of people doing it. I thought maybe I could do it too! So the next year I 38 up for the race.
That first 10,000m race was quite an 39 . I jogged, I walked, I jogged and I walked. 40 , I didn’t know if I could finish. Then came a defining(起决定性作用的) 41 .
At one point near the end, a 70-year-old man ran past me, very, very fast, and I felt 42 because I was 15 years old, younger than him but I couldn’t even keep up with him. I felt 43 for a second.
But then I 44 something. He was running his race and I was running mine. He had 45 abilities, experience, training and goals for himself. I had mine. Remember my 46 was only to finish.
After a minute, it 47 me that this was a lesson I could draw from. I learned something about myself in that moment. I turned my embarrassment into 48 .
I 49 that I would not give up running races. In fact, I would run even more races and I would learn how to train and prepare 50 and one day I would be one of those 70-year-old persons who were still running. As I crossed the finish line, I was proud of my 51 .
In life we all have those moments when we 52 ourselves with others. It’s only 53 . Don’t allow those moments to 54 you. Turn them into motivation and let them inspire you. With the proper preparation and training, you can improve your result to 55 anything you want in life.
36. A. bring out
B. pass out
C. take out
D. pick out
37. A. excited
38. A gave
39. A. achievement
40. A. At times
B. In time
C. In all
D. After all
41. A. victory
42. A. embarrassed
43. A. relaxed
44. A. realized
45. A. necessary
46. A. motto
47. A. worried
48. A. attraction
49. A. hoped
50. A. slightly
51. A. excitement
B. accomplishment C. movement
52. A. introduce
53. A. important
54. A. weaken
55. A. reserve
46-50 CBCCD 51-55 BDBAC