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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(四)

                           (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 

皮擦干净后,再选涂其他答案标号。回答非选择题时,将答案写在答题卡上,写在本试卷上无效。

    3. 考试结束后,将本试卷和答题卡一并交回。

 PASS YOUR LOVE ON

Waiting for the airplane to take off, I was happy to get a seat by myself. Just then, 1. air hostess approached me 

and asked, “Would you mind 2. (change) your seat? A couple would like to sit together.” The only possible was 

next to a girl with her arms in casts, a black-and-blue face, and a sad 3. (express). “No way am I going to sit there,” 

I thought 4. (immediate). But a soft voice spoke, “She needs help.” Finally, I decided to move to that seat.

The girl was named Kathy. She 5. (hurt) in a car accident and now was on her way for treatment.

When the snack and juice arrived, it did not take me long to realize 6. Kathy would not be able to feed herself. I 

considered offering 7. (feed) her but hesitated, as it seemed too impolite to offer a service to a stranger. But then I 

realized that Kathy’s need  was more important than  my discomfort. I helped  her eat, and thought she was 

8. (comfort) to accept, she did as I expected. We became closer and closer in a short period of time. By the end of 

the five-hour trip, my heart had warmed, and the time was really better spent than if I had just sat by myself.

Love sometimes flows beyond human borders and 9. (remove) the fears that keep us separate. When we offer to 

serve another, we grow to live in a larger and 10. rewarding world.

 Saint Patrick’s Day is a major holiday in Ireland, but the rest of the world has influenced its celebration as much as 

the Irish 11. (they). Most Americans think of Saint Patrick’s Day as a big party 12. (center) around drinking 

alcohol. But its 13. (origin) in Ireland were religious, says Mike Cronin, a professor of Irish history with Boston 

College of Massachusetts.
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Saint Patrick lived in Ireland more than 2,000 years ago. He is 14 . (wide) considered to have established 

Christianity in the country. The Church decided to honor him with a holy day.  March 17, the date  of  his 

death,15. (choose) in the 171h century.

St. Patrick is believed 16. (serve) in Ireland as a Catholic Bishop (主教). The average Irish person honored March 

17 quietly.17. (attend) church services was the main activity. In fact, most businesses that served alcohol would 

close in honor 18. the day. In the early 1900s, Ireland’s government made St. Patrick’s Day 19. official holiday.

By the 1960s, towns across Ireland started celebrating the holiday with parades and music.

In Ireland today, Si. Patrick’s Day is a four-day public celebration 20. includes parades, music, food, and games.

  Xie Lei flew to London six months ago to study for a business qualification and it was the first time that she 

21. (leave) her motherland. Her preparation course is helping her to get used 22.. the academic 23. (require) of 

a Western university.

Her tutor told her not to write 24.other people had said without acknowledging them and that she should read 25.. 

(difference) texts that contain various opinions and give her own. She had to learn how to use the phone, how to 

pay bus fare and how to ask 26. shopkeeper for things she didn’t know the English for.

27. (live) with a host family, 28.. she says, gives her chances to adjust to the new environment quickly. Besides, 

she has learnt a bit 29 . (much) to balance her study and life. We wish her all the best and seek for a job 

30. (success)

after graduation.

  On April 1,2017, China announced that it would build the Xiongan New Area in Hebei province. This will be 

31.(great) important to China.

The New Area, about 100 km southwest of downtown Beijing, will cover three counties 32. sit at the center of the 

triangular area formed by Beijing, Tianjin, and Hebei's provincial capital Shijiazhuang.

“The Xiongan New Area has great potential for 33 . (grow),” reported People’s Daily. It had a broad space 

34.(develop) and will expand to cover 2,000 square kilometers . The transportation of the area is convenient, with 

only one hour’s drive to Beijing and Tianjin.

The New Area also has 35.sound natural environment. It is home to Baiyangdian, one of the 36.(large) freshwater 

wetlands in North China. With more than 140 lakes, the wetland is known 37 . the “pearl” of the North China 

Plain.
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Once 38. (build),the area will reduce the heavy burdens of Beijing. For example, many companies , universities 

and scientific research 39. (centre) will move from Beijing to the area.

“International experts and media also think highly of this new area , saying that it 40 . (set) an example to 

developing countries,” noted Xinhua.


 阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当的内容(1       个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

In my opinion, we should try our best to reach our goals even though there is little hope. The efforts seem to be the 

lights in the darkness,   41.lead the way to hope and success.

  I used to be 42. shy girl in my primary school. I was weak in English at that time, especially 43.

(speak) English. So I was afraid to answer the teacher’s questions during English classes. After I entered my dream 
middle school, something44.(change). I started to read many interesting English stories and my English teacher 

helped me a lot with 45.(patient). I studied hard in class and practiced by 46.(watch) English films and listening to 

English songs in my free time. Little by little, I found 47. more and more enjoyable to learn English. I could 

even talk with my classmates 48. (fluent)in English and I was not shy any49.(much). At last, I got high grades in 

English and I had   50.(confident) to do it better in the future.

 The day that you enjoy all the 51.(satisfy) of having all the housework done by a robot might 

still be a few decades off. But increasingly, engineers are saying 52.robots are going to make 

the leap from the factory floor to your family room.

Bill Gates once 53.(predict) the “Dawn of the Age of Robots”. What is behind this new era? 

It is partly 54. matter of technology. Devices 55.can recognize and respond to a human voice 

have been developed. There are now a few different ways for robots 56. (move) around. They can 

walk, crawl or ride on wheels. They 57. (make) smaller and smaller these days.

From the 1950s 58.the television remote control was invented, people around the world have 

tirelessly searched for ways to get lazier. Also 59.(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 60. cleaning or gardening.

  The young artist and potter Allan had a wife and two fine sons. One night, his older son developed a severe 

stomachache. Neither Allan nor his wife took the condition very 61 . (serious), but the boy died suddenly that
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night.

Knowing the death could 62. (avoid) if he had only realized the seriousness of the situation, he always felt he was 

guilty. Worse still, his wife left him a short time later, 63 . (leave) him alone with his 6-year-old younger son. 

Unable to stand the hurt and pain, he turned to alcohol and became 64. alcoholic.

As the alcoholism 65.(progress), Allan began to lose everything he possessed and finally died alone in a small bar. 

Hearing of his death, I thought, “66. a complete failure!”

As time went by, I began to revalue my 67. (early) rough judgment. I knew Allan’s now adult son, Ernie, one of 

the kindest and most caring men I’ve ever known. I hadn’t heard him talk much about his father. One day, I worked 

up my courage to ask him what 68. earth his father had done so that he became such a special person. Ernie said 

quietly, “As a child until I left home at 18, Allan came into my room every night, gave me a kiss and said, ‘love you,

son’.”

Tears came to my eyes as I realized what I had been a fool to judge Allan 69 . a failure. He had not left any 

material 70. (possess) behind. But he had been a kind loving father, and left behind his best love.

 Today, with most of us 71. (own) a smartphone that lets us post to social media wherever and whenever we want, 

oversharing has become 72 . (hard) to avoid. 73 . the tricky thing is 74 . people usually don’t realize they 

75. (overshare) when they post information on the Internet. The problem can only 76. (bring) to light by our 

friends and family.

A survey showed that every two 77. three people in the US think their friends share too much on social media. 

Oversharing can have 78. (apparent) negative impacts. For starters, a leak(泄露)of personal information may put 

your bank account at risk. Plus, It may also jeopardize( 危 及) your current or future job if you, for example, 

trash-talk your 79. (employ) on social media or write about how you got 80. (drink) during office time.
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