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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(八)

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

注意事项:

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In the novel “Number the Stars”, 1. attracts the readers most is the process of Annimarie’s  

2. (become) a real heroine. Like any other girl 3. the same age, she was innocent and lovely, 

but the sudden coming war got her changed. To start with, her sister was killed. 4. (obvious), 

she was not really killed as Annimarie 5. (tell). Secondly, her best friend Ellen, together with 

all the Jews in the city, was either killed 6. taken away by the German soldiers. And then, 7.(save) 

Ellen, her mother took all the three girls to the village 8. Uncle Henric lived; certainly, the 

process of coming here was not without any trouble, but luckily they made 9.. Now a funeral was 

under way and 10. imaginary Great Aunt passed away, which offered all the people a chance to 

be together, and a plan was progressing.


  On my way back home I 11 . (stop) at a traffic light by some people who asked for help. A woman—in her 

attempt to give way to 12 . ambulance — had driven her car over stony obstacles that separated the bike line 

13. the street. As a result, she had gotten her car 14. (stick) there. She couldn’t move the car in any direction
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without damaging it. A couple of people tried to lift the car back but the obstacles were too high. 15. (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 

16. 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 17. (be) some tea for our picnic.

Finally, 18. (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 19. (good) when she said goodbye to 

me. I 20. (true) believe that not having to face a difficult situation alone can make a big difference.


 I was in a local store the other day when suddenly I heard the sound of breaking glass behind 

me.Curiously,I turned around to see21.had happened.A young mother had turned away from her shopping 

cart for a second to look at some other goods she was interested in.That second was all it took 

for her baby boy22.(lift) a big jar of sauce from his seat in the cart.

23.(unfortunate),the big jar was more than he could handle.I smiled when I walked back and saw 

the look of complete fear24.the boy's face.He seemed not to know why.His arms still remained 

where the jar25.(be) a few seconds before.On the floor below the cart the liquid of red was slowly 

flowing across the passage.After making sure that both Mom and the baby were fine,I went downstairs 

to get help from a store employee.As I glanced back at them,I saw something26.truly warmed my 

heart.

The baby had finally taken his eyes off the27.(break) jar and looked up at his mom.Instead 

of28.(scold) him, she smiled down at him.I knew then that this Mom would give her son a lifetime 

full of29 . (laugh) and love.I think we should learn to love.Yet,hard as we try,we often
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make30.(thing) messy too.


 The day that you enjoy all the 31.(satisfy) of having all the housework done by a robot might 

still be a few decades off. But increasingly, engineers are saying 32.robots are going to make 

the leap from the factory floor to your family room.

Bill Gates once 33.(predict) the “Dawn of the Age of Robots”. What is behind this new era? 

It is partly 34. matter of technology. Devices 35.can recognize and respond to a human voice 

have been developed. There are now a few different ways for robots 36. (move) around. They can 

walk, crawl or ride on wheels. They 37. (make) smaller and smaller these days.

From the 1950s 38.the television remote control was invented, people around the world have 

tirelessly searched for ways to get lazier. Also 39.(consider) the increasing wealth of people, 

engineers believe the time appears ripe to introduce robots to ease our daily lives. Robots will 

do basic housework such 40. cleaning or gardening.


 Coffee is the smell of childhood at my grandma’s house, and the 41.(pleasure) smell spread the house as she told 

me 42 . (story) of being a migrant from Europe after the war — she always said she found not having real 

coffee 43.(hard) than learning English. Coffee is my dad and mum 44.(watch) ABC News after dinner every night. 

It is travelling from Adelaide to Hobart with my brother in his car, camping as we 45 .(run) out of money, and 

spending the money we just earned 46.a bottle of beer at47.start of our trip. Coffee is me on a Sunday morning, as 

a little girl, lying 48.(cosy) in bed with my kitties and reading the newspapers. And now it is me going to work in a 

coffee bar 49.(base) in Tasmania and making people’s days a bit better with my job. 50.is also related to coffee is 

a saying: First cup you are a visitor, second cup you are a friend and by the third cup you are family.
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 A lot of films have tried to describe the afterlife and our memories of family members51.have passed away. But 

few have done as well as Coco, Disney-Pixar’s 52.(late) masterpiece cartoon, which hit the big screen on Nov.24. 

53.(inspire) by the Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos----Day of the Dead---the film’s production team created

a young boy, Miguel, who wants his family to understand his love of music. On that year’s Dia de los Muertos, 

54.accident takes him to the Land of the Dead. While there, Miguel has an unforgettable and55.(adventure) night.

In this land, there are friendly skeletons( 骷髅)who can cross a bridge made of flower petals( 花瓣)on Dia de los 

Muertos to “visit”56.living family in the world of the living. Those skeletons who57.(forget) by their family will 

perish( 消亡)and disappear completely. While told with a wild imagination, the story sends out a clear and warm 

message about family “ 58 . an era when young people are so easily attracted by super stars, Coco reveals the 

59 .(empty) of such adulation( 吹捧), teaching kids to preserve 60 . respect the memory of their elders,” wrote

reporter Peter Debruge.


  Beijing was once a city of bikes, the capital of a country 61. (know) as the Bicycle Kingdom, where cars were 

reserved for official business and the politically powerful. 62., decades of remarkable economic growth led to a 

huge flowing of can in the city. Owning one became not just a marker of reaching the middle class but also a 

63 . (require) for marriage. As the economy boomed, autos pushed bikes off the roads, 64 . (create) heavy 

pollution and miserable traffic.

Fortunately now Beijing may be returning to its roots with a modem twist. Thanks to about 20 technology 

companies, brightly coloured shared bikes 65. (flood) Beijing since last year. Many local residents welcome the 

shared bikes 66. the flexibility and freedom they offer. They pick up the bikes and then ride and drop 67. off 

anywhere they like, locking the back wheel, with no need to find a fixed place.
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Analysis in China say there are three factors 68. contribute to the sudden increase of bikes: a lot of cash looking 

for a home, a good idea and government support. “As the city’s population grew, traffic jams got 69. (bad).” Cai, 

the Ofo spokeswoman, said, “Shared bikes could solve the ‘last mile’ problem in 70 . environmentally friendly

way.”


 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。

The city of San Francisco is a wonderful vacation destination that offers many 71. (difference) things to see and 

do. Those experiencing a lively city with a wealth of shopping and dining opportunities 72.(be) very happy. Those 

looking for a city that 73. (offer) museums, art galleries, and very interesting historical sites will also be happy if 

they choose San Francisco. Many people don’t realize it, but people 74. look for an interesting place to get out 

75. enjoy nature will also appreciate San Francisco. When touring 76. city by walking, you aren’t going to cover 

as much ground. There are far more 77. (benefit) to touring the city on foot though. This type of tour allows you 

78. (see) more buildings that others driving by cars can’t see. You may even get to enter different facilities that 

those touring the city from the streets do not. A tour of the city on foot also 79.(usual) focuses on a more localized 

neighbourhood level, which can be very 80. (excite) in a number of different ways.
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