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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(六)

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

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  Reading benefits us a lot. First, reading books1 . (be) fun. You can always keep 

yourself2. (interest) and it can help you have an enjoyable time if you like reading. This is 

especially useful when the weather is bad. It is a(n)3. (relax) hobby too.

Next, you can read a book anywhere: in a car, on a plane, in bed—even in the bath.4. you need 

is a book! Reading is a convenient hobby as it is easy to stop and start again.

Another good reason for reading books is5.it is useful. If you read as a hobby you6.(get) better 

and better at it. This means that you will read faster and become better   at understanding 

what you read. As your reading improves, you will7. (probable) find your schoolwork becomes much  

8. (easy). Many school subjects depend on good reading and, as you read you learn more and more. 

Good readers are most likely to be good9.(write), too.They  are usually good at spelling as 

well, and have more things to write 10.. Reading books is really a wonderful hobby.

 Styrofoam is plastic 11. a bad reputation.

It cannot be recycled without releasing (释放) dangerous pollutants into the air. The U. S. Environmental Protection 

Agency 12. (say) it is the fifth largest creator of dangerous waste.

Scientists from the U. S. and China have discovered that mealworms can digest plastic. One mealworm can digest a 

pill-sized amount of plastic a day.

Study co-author Wei-Min Wu says that in 24 hours, the plastic 13. (turn) into carbon dioxide.
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Are the worms hurt by 14. (eat) plastic? The study found that worms eating Styrofoam were as 15. (health) as 

worms eating bran (糠).

Styrofoam is a lightweight material, about 95 percent air, with very good insulation properties (绝缘性), according 

to Earthsource.org. It is used in products from 16. (cup) that keep your drinks hot or cold to packaging materials 

17. protect items during shipping.

“Solving 18. problem of plastic pollution is important. Landfill space is becoming limited,” says Wu, a Stanford 

University environmental engineering instructor.

About 33 million tons of plastic are thrown away in the United States every year. Plastic plates, cups and containers 

take 19. 25 percent to 30 percent of space in America’s landfills. One Styrofoam cup takes more than 1 million 

years 20. (recycle) in a landfill, according to Cleveland State University.

  83-year-old Antonio Vicente has spent the last four decades of his life bringing the jungles of his childhood back 

to life. Today, his efforts are being rewarded, as the 21. (complete) deserted land has become a beautiful jungle 

with wildlife again.

It was 1973 when Antonio began his work 22. a weekend hobby. However, it soon became a permanent way of 

life. Antonio spends whole days and nights in his young jungle,23.(surround) by rats and foxes, and eating banana 

sandwiches for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Over the last 40 years, he 24. (plant) about 50,000 trees on his land.

As the forest grew, the water returned. Then the animals started making a home there. Today, the forest is alive with 

the sounds of birds and25 . (insect) living there, and more species are settling in every year. “If you ask me 

26. my family are, I would say all this right here, each one of these that I planted from a seed,” he said.

As impressive as his life-long 27. (contribute) to reforestation is, his is a very rare story. Data shows that nearly 

19,770 acres of Brazilian rainforest 28. (destroy) between August 2015 and July 2016. That makes Antonio’s work 

seem like 29. drop in a pond, but just imagine if we had more people like him, who cared 30.(many) about water

and clean air than money.

 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。

My bike was a three-speed English “racer”,31.(purchase) during my second year in college in November 1964 for

$44.Most of the money was earned by myself in my spare time,but I had to get my mother to help me out a little.At 

that time,bikes32.(be) rare on a college campus.The reason33.I hoped to got a bicycle was a little strange.A friend 

convinced me34.(take) a summer job selling door-to-door and suggested that I35.use a bicycle to travel between
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houses.The job didn’t work out,but the idea was in my brain.

That fall,I borrowed another student’s bike and rode 45 miles on the first day,but his bike soon had a flat tire which 

he didn’t like fixing.So I had to buy one.I immediately started using36.(I) almost every day.Before37.(get) the 

bike,I sometimes walked 28 miles to my parents’ house.Now the bike gave me a much38.(quick) method,but my 

first trip took four hours due39. strong headwinds that had me fight for every foot.Once I made a trip of 100 miles 

in one day.I decided to use the bike to go camping in the Smokies.During the trip,I recognized the need for more 

gears(齿轮),40.I bought a ten-speed after just one year though I loved this bike.

The first bike “hung around” for a couple of years,and then I gave it to my sister’s kids who let it become part of 

their lives.

 Most heavy teens’ attempts41.(lose) don’t work, but a new study shows a big secret of those 

who do succeed.

They do it more42. their own sake rather than to impress their peers or please their parents. 

“Most parents have the view that their teens are 43.(large) influenced by other people’s 

perceptions of them,” said Chad Jensen, 44. psychologist at Brigham Young University. “Our  

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

46. 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, 47.(move) them from the obese to the normal 

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

percent48. (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 own49. (decide) to 

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

behaviours and 50.(provide) healthier options for meals and snacks.

 I’ve recently discovered that I have a second personality(个性) when I speak English, compared 

to the original me when I speak Chinese.

Speaking English brings out 51. more outgoing, enthusiastic, relaxed and confident side of me.
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I am also more open 52. physical expressions when speaking English, such as hugging, gesturing 

and using more exaggerated (夸张的)53. (face) expressions. I have to say I love this new version 

of me 54. (well).

Similar things happened to my friend when we were traveling in Japan. My friend, a Chinese 55.(speak) 

fluent Japanese, showed a more modest and gentle attitude when using Japanese. I think it must 

have something 56. (do) with the fact 57. the Japanese use special words and styles to show 

respect for an older person or a person at a higher position than themselves.

So learning a new language is really worthwhile. We can not only have direct 58. (communicate) 

with people from other countries, but also fully understand 59.(we) and explore the different 

sides of us.

I’ve recently started to learn German. Probably in a few years I 60. (see) a more cautious, 

accurate and hardworking version of myself.

 A Bite of China

No trip would be complete without experiencing the local food culture. Actually, China has various kinds of 

delicious food, 61. (include) a wide variety of local snacks (小吃).

Without a doubt, for the majority of the foreigners I contacted, and myself included, Peking Duck, Dim Sum, 

Mongolian Hot Pot were the favorite Chinese 62. (dish). China is a place 63. the food is not only delicious, but 

the 64. (cheap) I’ve ever found.

65 . my last night in Beijing before returning to the States, I went to a Peking Duck restaurant that had been 

suggested for me to try. What a beautiful place! Splendid woodblock prints on the walls, fresh flowers in the vases 

on the table,66. (attract) silverware (镀银餐具) and beautiful chopsticks. I was handed 67. menu and found most 

of the prices 68. (be) especially low for the high quality of the food. The duck came in whole or half, along with 

all the little decorations that you know if you’ve ever eaten Peking duck---a little tortilla (玉米饼) to put the sliced 

duck and vegetables in chopped onion, sauce.

Anyway, I ended up ordering a whole duck and thought I’d just take the rest back to my hotel 69. (eat) later if I 

couldn’t finish it. Unbelievably, in the end there was none of the whole duck 70 . (leave) on the plate. Umm, 

yummy!

 In 1914, Thomas Edison, at the age of 67, lost his factory, 71. was worth a few million dollars, to fire. It had very
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little insurance. No longer a young man, Edison watched his lifetime effort 72. (go) up in smoke and said, "There 

is great value in disasters. All our mistakes are burnt up. Thank God we can start anew." In spite of disasters, three 

weeks later, 73. invented the phonograph. What 74. attitude!

Below are more examples of the 75. (fail) of successful people: Thomas Edison failed 76. (approximate) 10, 000 

times while he 77. (work) on the light bulb.

Henry Ford fired Lee Iacocca at the age of 54. Young Beethoven 78. (tell) that he had no talent for music, 79. he 

gave some of the best music to the world.

Setbacks are inevitable in life. A setback can act as a driving force and also teach us humility. In grief you will find 

courage and faith 80. (overcome) the setback.
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