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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(七)

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

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 Lake Titicaca is a famous lake in South America. The culture of the ancient people around the 

lake is thought to be 1. (true) advanced but has long remained a mystery. Recently, however, 

scientists participating 2. an exploration project there have found what is believed to be  

3. 1000-year-old temple under the water.

The temple 4. (build) by ancient people was indeed quite well preserved. The project leaders 

hope to begin raising important materials from the site in the 5. (expect) that they can solve 

the mystery eventually.

“Scientists have not yet had the opportunity to study the materials carefully due to a great 

many 6. (hardship). Yet with our efforts, we are bound 7. (achieve) greater success if we can 

keep 8. up.” said project director, John Aubi.

Since 2016, divers from the research team 9. (make) over 200 dives into water 30 meters deep. 

They have kept recording the ancient remains on film. A meeting,10. will start later, is aimed 

to review the film.

  China, which takes pride in four inventions in ancient times, has once again shown its ability 11. (change) the 

world with its new four great inventions : high-speed railways, electronic payment, shared bicycles and online 

shopping.

Recently, the “new four great inventions” 12. (improve) the quality of people’s lives. Thanks to online shopping
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and mobile payment, people can buy what they want 13 .(simple) with a tap on the phone indoors. High-speed 

trains have shortened 14. journey from Beijing to the coastal city Tianjin to half an hour. As for the bikes, they 

themselves are not new. It is the operating model of bike-sharing 15. (base) on the satellite navigation ( 导航) 

system, mobile payment as well as big data 16. has surprised the world. Shared bicycles are bringing cycling back 

17. people’s lives and they are making public transport more 18. (attract).

It is increasingly clear that China is no longer 19. (copy), western , ideas and is leading in many new ways. A 

growing number of foreign 20.(company) hope to promote the development in their home country by highlighting 

the need for technological achievements like that of China.

 Most heavy teens’ attempts21.(lose) don’t work, but a new study shows a big secret of those 

who do succeed.

They do it more22. their own sake rather than to impress their peers or please their parents. 

“Most parents have the view that their teens are 23.(large) influenced by other people’s 

perceptions of them,” said Chad Jensen, 24. psychologist at Brigham Young University. “Our  

25.(finding) suggest that teens have motivations that are more intrinsic. One implication is  

26. parents should help to focus their teen on healthy behaviours for the sake of being healthy 

more than for social acceptance.

Jensen and his students at BYU looked in depth at the success stories of 40 formerly overweight 

teens. On average the participants shed 30 pounds, 27.(move) them from the obese to the normal 

weight category. They also maintained their healthier weight for a full year. More than 60 

percent28. (describe) their health as the primary motive. About 43 percent identified peer 

acceptance as a factor.

In another interview, nearly all of the teens emphasized that it was their own29. (decide) to 

lose weight. According to teens, parents provided the most help simply by modeling healthy 

behaviours and 30.(provide) healthier options for meals and snacks.

 I am a junior in high school. There is a lady at my school 31. job is to hand out call-slips(索 

书单) and prevent students from leaving campus 32. permission. Before today I had never seen 

her smile.

The other day my friends and I were eating in the cafeteria 33. I saw her walking around. When
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she came closely to us I could see that she was crying. She pulled out a tissue and quickly wiped 

her eyes. I thought to 34. that this lady was so under-appreciated that she needed 35.(praise) 

for all her hard work. So I wrote a note 36.(say) that the students appreciated everything she 

did and 37. her contribution to our school made a difference in all of our lives. I signed it 

“Some thankful students” and slipped it into 38. envelope. Then I realized I didn’t even know 

her name. I asked all of my professors but nobody knew her name. I finally went to ask the lady 

at student services and 39.(tell) that her name is Kathy. I brought her a bunch of 40.(color) 

sunflowers and taped the envelope to it. I brought the flowers to school and left them in her 

office. I believed I would see her smile soon.

 I consider myself something of 41.expert on apologies. A quick temper has provided me 42. plenty 

of opportunities to make them. In one of my earliest 43. (memorize), my mother was telling me, 

“Don't watch the ground when you say, ‘I'm sorry'. Hold your head 44. and look at the person 

in the eye, so he'll know you mean it. ” My mother thus made the key point of a 45. (succeed) 

apology: It must be direct.

46.important thing we should do for an effective apology is to bear the responsibility for our 

careless mistakes. We are used to 47. (make) excuses, which leaves no room for the other person 

to forgive us. Since most people are open-hearted, the no-excuse apology leaves both parties 

feeling 48. (good) about themselves. That, after all, is the purpose of every apology. It matters 

little 49. you are wholly or only partly wrong. Answering for your mistake 50. (encourage) others 

to take their share of the blame.

 China has once again shown its 51. (able) to change the world with its “new four great inventions”: high-speed 

railways, electronic payments, shared bicycles and online shopping. The “new four great inventions” are all related 

52. China’s high-tech innovation(创新), 53. improved the people’s living standard. “My wallet is no longer in 

use. I can buy and eat 54. I want simply with a tap of my phone,” said Lin Jinlong, 55. overseas Chinese student 

from Cambodia, 56 . (add) that “even pancake sellers are using Alipay. We can also order food at home 

conveniently. If I 57. (be) at home in Cambodia, I would have to go outdoors.”

The operating model of bike-sharing is based on satellite navigation system, mobile payment, big data and other 

high technologies. It is 58. (increasing) dear that China is innovating and no longer copying Western ideas. This is
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partly because China skipped over the PC age and went directly to mobile. China has the 59. (large) mobile use in 

the world.

In terms of the “new four great inventions”, Charlie Dai, principal analyst of American market research company 

Forrester, said, “So far these products and services 60. (improve) customer experience, promoting national and 

global economy at the same time’’.

  Have you ever asked yourself why children go to school? You will 61 . (probable) say that they go to learn 

languages, history, science and all the other subjects. That is quite true, but why do they learn these things?

We send our children to school to prepare them 62. the future when they grow up and have to work for themselves. 

Nearly everything they study at school 63. (have) some practical use in their life. But is that 64. only reason why 

they go to school?

There is more in education than just learning facts. We go to school to learn how 65. (learn), so that when we 

have left school we can continue to learn. A man 66. really knows how to learn will always be 67. (success), 

because when he has to do something new, he will not only be able to it well himself, but also be able to teach

others how to do it in the best way. The uneducated person, on the other hand, is either unable to do something 

new , or just does it 68. (bad). The purpose of schools, therefore, is not to teach languages, history, science etc., 

69. to teach 70. (pupil) the way to learn.

  This is a perfect example 71. what a positive person Anne was. Unfortunately, due to the rising popularity of 

Adolf Hitler and his ideas of how the world should be, on the morning of June 6th, 1942, the Frank family was 

72. (force) to go into hiding in a secret annex; Anne taking her few 73. (possess), one of them was a diary she 

had received for her thirteenth birthday. Over the next few years, she devoted herself to this diary, not 74.(know) 

that, many years later, it would provide inspiration for people all over the world.

Why I have always looked up to Anne Frank is not only 75. she was an amazing author, which I have always 

wanted to be, but also because her writing 76 . (true) reflected what a bright person she was. A particularly 

inspirational quote from her diary was-I don’t think of all the misery, 77. of the beauty that still remains. “This is 

all you really need78.(hear) to know what kind of person she was. Anne will never be forgotten because she never 

was 79. ordinary girl. She was wise beyond her years, but kept 80. (she) sense of fun through everything and had 

a talent for making people laugh.
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