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高考英语考前冲刺专练—语法填空(6篇)

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高考英语考前冲刺专练——语法填空

A

On the morning of her grandson’s wedding, Peg McCormack received some bad news. The 91-year-old was in the hospital after a fall when she found out she would be unable to attend the  1 (celebrate) in Madison, New Jersey. 

Unknown to McCormack, her grandson Brian 2  his wife Lauren had made a heartfelt plan  3  (include) her in the day’s activities.  4  (follow) by a wedding photographer, the couple made a surprise visit  5  the hospital before heading to the reception. 

“She was so excited to watch  6  (we) get married, ” the bride said. “She was simply living for this wedding. So we brought the wedding to her. ” 

“When we walked into that room, she was  7  (obvious) shocked, ” the photographer said. “She just kept  8  (say) ‘I can’t believe you’re here!’ and thanking them for coming to see her. The way she held their hands,  9  (touch) their faces and just looked at them, you could tell they had such a special bond. I don’t think she released Brian’s hand  10  entire time that we were in the room. ” 

“It meant the world to bring the wedding to her, ” the groom said. “It was such a small portion of the day to trade in for such a special moment. ”

1. __________ 2. __________ 3. __________  4. __________ 5. ___________

6. __________  7. __________ 8. __________  9. __________  10. __________ 

B

My mom was a nurse and often took me along to visit the  1  (family) she was caring for, including one who had a series of strokes(中风) and was bedridden. One afternoon Mom told me that we needed to visit the woman  2 (give) her medications, and that we would stop at a store  3  the way. I thought we would stop at a drugstore, but we pulled up to a shopping mall. 

My mom  4  (head) to the perfume counter and bought the most expensive bottle they offered. She also bought a beautiful nightdress. When I asked her who they were for, she said they were for her patient. She  5  (far) explained although this woman was quite old and bedridden, she was still a lady, and  6  old deserved to be treated with respect and grace. When  7  (care) for someone, we should look past the disability or the illness and look into the soul of the human, so we can connect them with sympathy. I soon realized that my mom’s greatest  8 (strong) was taking care of those who cannot advocate for  9  (they) and need trustworthy care providers. Actually, that’s the very reason  10  I wanted to become a doctor myself. 

1. __________ 2. __________ 3. __________  4. __________ 5. ___________

6. __________  7. __________ 8. __________  9. __________  10. __________ 


C

Hotel guests in China might no  1  (long) have to worry about waiting in line to check in. At the Alibaba’s futuristic(未来派的) hotels, guests can scan their IDs, take a photo and input personal details using a machine to check  2  (they) in. The smart equipment will then provide a room key card after the information  3  (check). The process will take less than a minute, according to the company. Targeting only Chinese customers for now, the new service will be  4  (gradual) expanded globally. The rapid growth of mobile usage and mobile payment can show  5  convenient people’s life is becoming in China. 

Alibaba isn’t the only company  6  introduces high-tech hotels. Smart LYZ, a Shenzhen-based company which focused  7  developing AI technology and smart hotels, opened the first ever fully automated(自动化的) hotel in Chengdu, Sichuan, back in January.  8  (travel) can book a room through Smart LYZ’s WeChat website, check in through a facial recognition machine, unlock the door with a  9  (give) passcode or through its mobile app and finally, check out by pressing a button on the app. The AI Smart Room will undoubtedly be extremely attractive to guests,  10  (create) the way for a new level of modernization and consumers’ satisfaction. 

1. __________ 2. __________ 3. __________  4. __________ 5. ___________

6. __________  7. __________ 8. __________  9. __________  10. __________ 


D

Paper cutting was recognized as our national intangible cultural heritage(遗产) in 2006. According to experts, paper-cutting conveys the culture shared between China  1  foreign countries to wish for family reunions and maintain links with loved ones, alive or dead. 

In the movie Coco, for instance, the 12-year-old Miguel and his family dance and sing to celebrate a  2 (tradition) festival in Mexico, when colorful paper cuttings are hung on the street. Chinese people also cut images of small figures  3  (call) back the spirits of the dead. The difference is that most Chinese paper-cuts are red, while those in other countries  4  (be) often made into many other colors. 

Fairy tale writer Hans Christian Anderson liked to cut  5  (character), such as princesses and angels, out of paper while  6  (tell) stories to children. In China, female friends and family members used to chat and make paper-cuts together. 

“  7  the patterns and colors may be different, paper-cuts share the same function of maintaining emotional ties among people, ” says Yang Huizi,  8  art teacher at Beijing Union. 

Yang  9  (study) and performed the art for over a decade. Besides routine university courses, she also organizes non-profit paper-cutting activities  10  are open to the public in Beijing to promote basic knowledge of paper-cutting. 

1. __________ 2. __________ 3. __________  4. __________ 5. ___________

6. __________  7. __________ 8. __________  9. __________  10. __________ 


E

There are many reasons  1  college and university students often fail  2  (get) full nights of sleep. Many American students are away from their parents for the first time when they attend college. They might not be used to having total  3  (free) in how they plan their days and nights. Parties, late night study meetings, or just time spent relaxing with friends—these are all things that cut into college students’ sleep habits. 

A few years ago, Michael Scullin began teaching  4  science of sleep to psychology students at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Scullin is an assistant professor at Baylor and the director of its Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition Laboratory. He says his students seemed to enjoy the class and were interested in the material he was teaching. The class  5 (center) round why the body needs to sleep and the physical and mental health problems  6  (cause) by a lack of sleep. This includes difficulty focusing on studies or  7  (control) one’s attentions, and increased risk of many diseases. 

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that adults need at least seven hours of sleep a night to stay  8  (health). Scullin found students who slept more performed  9  (well) in two different classes,  10  he published his findings in two academic publications last November. 

1. __________ 2. __________ 3. __________  4. __________ 5. ___________

6. __________  7. __________ 8. __________  9. __________  10. __________ 


F

China is the birthplace of kites. Most people believe they  1  (invent) during the Spring and Autumn Period by the famous philosopher Mozi. It is said that he used wood to create a “  2  (fly) bird” that flew in the sky for a whole day. 

Kites were  3 (late) used as military instruments to measure distance, test the wind, aid communication, and rescue people. During the Tang Dynasty, they were used more as a tool for entertainment  4  a military instrument. At first, only royal family members could play with kites. Later it became popular among commoners who flew them on  5  (importance) events and festivals. 

In the Ming Dynasty, kites were once again used  6  military purposes. Many emperors ordered their soldiers to fly kites  7  carried explosives. The explosives would fall on the enemy and gave the Chinese a great edge on the battlefield. 

Nowadays, flying kites has become  8  popular form of entertainment and competition. More and more people at home and abroad are fond of flying kites in local or international events  9  (show) their kite-making and kite-flying skills. The largest kite museum of the world is in the city of Weifang,  10  (know) as “Kite Capital of the World”, and every year, kite fans all over the world come to watch and take part in the annual International Kite Festival. 

1. __________ 2. __________ 3. __________  4. __________ 5. ___________

6. __________  7. __________ 8. __________  9. __________  10. __________ 


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