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              重庆市中山外国语学校高 2019 届模拟训练英语之
                                   语法填空(五)

                           (考试时间:40 分钟         试卷满分:120 分)

注意事项:

    1. 答卷前,考生务必将自己的姓名、准考证号填写在答题卡上。

    2.         回答选择题时,选出每小题答案后,用铅笔把答题卡上对应题目的答案标号涂黑。如需改动,用橡 

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  Zhang Heshan, 62 , from Chcngziyu Village in Qinhuangdao, has been protecting a 10 - kilometer part of the 

Great Wall 1. (build) during the Ming Dynasty for 40 years.

He started to patrol (巡查) the wall in 1978 when he found considerable damage done by local villagers, 2. had 

stolen the bricks for their own use. He spends about four hours daily 3. (walk) along the wall to see if there is any 

fresh damage.

In the past decades, Zhang 4. (wear) out more than 200 pairs of shoes, and the 5. (distant) he has covered during 

the patrols could have taken him around the globe twice.

His perseverance(毅力)has 6.(gradual)paid off. In 2002 he became the first farmer number of the China Great 

Wall Society. In 2007. he 7.(award)with a national honor—Outstanding Cultural Heritage(遗产)Protector for 

his enthusiasm and contribution to preserving the Great Wall.

Thanks 8. Zhang’s efforts, more and more travelers from home and abroad have visited Chengziyu in recent years. 

“Travelers like the original state of the wall rather than some newly constructed parts in modem limes. This is 

9. historic treasure that all generations should protect. I’ve committed myself to protecting it so that 10.(it) 

greatness can be seen and appreciated by future generations. Let’s all work together to preserve the original Great

Wall.” Zhang said.
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  Tu Youyou, 84, was 11. (honor) with the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine on Oct 5. She was the first 

Chinese citizen 12. (win) a Nobel Prize in science. Tu 13.(share) the prize with the Irish-born William Campbell 

and Satoshi Omura of Japan.

Tu is 14 . researcher at the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine now. She was given the prize for 

developing artemisinin( 青 蒿 素 ), a new drug therapy against malaria( 疟 疾 ) , 15 . has saved millions of lives 

worldwide, especially in developing countries.

Tu and her colleagues joined a government project to find a new malaria drug 16. the late 1960s. They made 380 

herbal extracts from two thousand recipes form traditional Chinese medical books. In 1971, after nearly two 

hundred 17 .  (fail), Tu’s team 18 . (final) found an extract that was 100% effective against the malaria 

parasites--artemisinin. In 2001, the World Health Organization made artimisinin 19.(it) first choice in the treatment

of malaria.

“The discovery of artemisinin is a gift to mankind from traditional Chinese medicine. It’s the collective 

achievement of the research team. 20 . (win) the prize is an honor for Chinese science and traditional Chinese 

medicine,”Tu said.


 A team of engineers 21.(create)a super-thin material that could help keep buildings cool. The 

team developed the revolutionary new material, 22.is very thin and can cool objects even under 

direct sunlight. The material does not need energy to work23.does it need water to help keep 

things cool. The engineers say24.new material could provide an answer to air conditioners, which 

are expensive 25.(run). The material is unlike anything 26.(find) in nature. It is just 50 

micrometers thick. That's slightly 27.(thick) than the aluminum foil(锡箔纸) we use for cooking. 

The engineers explained how their new material works. They said when it is put on top of something, 

two things happen. It cools the object underneath by 28.(reflect) the sun's rays back into space. 

At the same time, the material removes the object's own heat and sends that into the air. An engineer 

said: "We're excited about the opportunity to explore potential uses in different scientific  
29.(field)." Another researcher said: "Just 10 to 20 square meters of this material on the rooftop 

could 30.(nice) cool down a house in summer."


  On my way back home I 31 . (stop) at a traffic light by some people who asked for help. A woman—in her
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attempt to give way to 32 . ambulance — had driven her car over stony obstacles that separated the bike line 

33. the street. As a result, she had gotten her car 34. (stick) there. She couldn’t move the car in any direction 

without damaging it. A couple of people tried to lift the car back but the obstacles were too high. 35. (See) they

couldn’t do much about it, they left and the woman tried to call for some service.

While watching the other people leave, I  realized  the  woman  would  be  on  her  own  and  I  imagined 

36. uncomfortable that would be if I were in her shoes. After some talking, she invited me to sit inside her car. We 

laughed and joked that we needed 37. (be) some tea for our picnic.

Finally, 38. (assist) came and helped her back on the street. She thanked me and asked for my phone number so 

she could return the favor, but I told her it was okay. She seemed to feel a lot 39. (good) when she said goodbye to 

me. I 40. (true) believe that not having to face a difficult situation alone can make a big difference.

 Nowadays, we can find Public Service Advertisements in some common places, such as newspapers, 

magazines, the Internet, radio and television.

PSAs are often run 41. free, and are meant to educate people about health, 42. (safe), or any 

other problem that affects public welfare. PSAs use some methods, like 43. (attract) pictures 

and clever language, but they are made 44. (serve) the public. China began a nationwide public 

service advertising campaign in 1996. Since then, many kinds of PSAs 45. (appear) around the 

country.

You have probably seen or heard some of these PSAs, such as, “Yes to life, No to drugs” and 

“Knowledge changes life”. These ads tell people 46. to deal with widespread social concerns. 

There are also PSAs 47. encourage people to support public service projects, such as Project 

Hope. Its motto is “Project Hope---educating every child”. There are even PSAs to teach us how 

to live 48. healthy life. One of these is, “When you smoke cigarettes, you are killing yourself  

49. (slow)”. People can benefit 50.all of these ads, and can often learn a lot by following 

the advice they give.

 There’re something you should pay attention to when you’re in Thailand.

There’s one thing for sure: Don’t touch the head Thai people are very 51. (friend). After all, it is known as the 

“Land of Smiles”, but like any other country there’re some customs visitors should follow in case you offend (冒犯) 

someone unknowingly.
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The head of a person or statue ( 雕 像 ) in Thailand is regarded as 52 . most important part of the body. It 

53.(consider) rude to touch a stranger’s head, as it would be in most countries around the world. It is also impolite 

to touch the head of a statue,54 . (especial) a statue of the Buddha ( 佛). Certainly, close friends 55 . family 

members often touch each other’s heads or hair,56. is not rude.

And, of course, another thing is very important: Know where your feet are. Visitors should try to avoid 57.(point) 

their feet directly at another person or Buddha statue. It is also not proper to step over a person or a Buddha 

statue.58.other words, your feet should always be59. (low) than another person’s head.

Buddhism plays a key role in the country’s culture. Therefore 60 . (tourist) need to show respect towards the 

religion (宗教).

 I have even wondered if money buys happiness. It seems that money will allow me to buy the things61.make me 

happy. But one day I sat down and made a list of the things I wanted62.(do) in my life. I realized I’d never put 

much thought into it. I’d written down these things —like taking a photo on the mountain and staying at a hotel in 

Dubai, but I didn’t really plan to do it, 63. (simple) because I didn't have the time.

My life consisted 64 . heading to the office, running on the road, working some more …It didn’t matter if my 

salary doubled; the life would stay 65.same. Sure I’d probably drive a 66. (nice) car, move into a bigger place, 

and have a bigger TV than my friends, but that wasn't helping me realize  any  of  my  goals..  Six  months 

after67. (create) that list, my belief has changed. I’d keep working on my list, for 68. (experience) were much 

more important than any of the material items. It’s not hard to create opportunity for 69. (you). All it 70. (take) is 

a little creative thinking.

 A girl and a boy were on a motorcycle, 71.(speed) through the night.They loved each other a lot. Girl:

“Slow down a little.I am 72. (scare).”

Boy:“No, it’s so fun.” Girl:

“Please…it’s so scary.” Boy:“Then say 

that you love me.’’

Girl:“Fine. I love you. Can you slow down now?”

Boy:“Give me a big hug.” The girl 73. (give) him a big hug. Girl:

“Now can you slow down?”

Boy:“Can you take off my helmet and put it on? It's 74. (comfort) and it’s bothering me while I drive.”
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The next day, there 75. (be) a story in the newspaper.A motorcycle had crashed into a building because 76. (it) 

brakes were broken.There were two people on the motorcycle, of which one died, and the other had survived...

The guy knew that the 77. (brake) were broken.He didn’t want to 1et the girl know, 78. he knew that the girl 

would have gotten scared.

Instead, he was told the last time that she loved him, got a hug from her, put his helmet 79.her so that she can live, 

and die himself...

Once in 80.while, right in the middle of an ordinary life, love gives us a fairy tale.
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