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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(十)

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      “Click!” That’s the sound of safety. That’s the sound of survival. That’s the sound of a seat belt locking in 

place. Seat belts save lives and that’s a fact. That’s why I don’t drive anywhere until ( 小 题 1 )(I) is on tight. 

Choosing (小题 2)(wear) your seat belt is like choosing between life and death. Imagine you are driving at 100 

kilometers per hour or(小题 3)(fast) when somebody ahead of you puts on his or her brakes suddenly. What may 

happen to you?

Someone think that seat belts are (小题 4)(comfortable). Let’s just take (小题 5) close look at your choice. You 

are not wearing your seat belt, (小题 6) you can slide in and out of your seat easily. That sounds (小题 7) a lot 

of fun. But you are also more likely to die or suffer serious (小题 8)(injury).

Wearing a seat belt does not make you completely safe. You can get killed or (小题 9)(hurt) while wearing your 

seat belt. But wearing them (小题 10)(prove) to be safer than without them. So why not take the safer way?

  China has once again showed its ability to change the world with its “new four great 2. (invent)”—high-speed 

rail, electronic payment, shared bicycle, and online shopping

China’s new-generation high-speed train, the Fuxing, is now one of the 3. (fast) trains in the world, which can
travel at a speed of 350 km/h. Besides high-speed rail, China 4. (improve) people’s lives in many other innovative

(创新的) ways over the last decade.

Bike sharing, for example, is not new itself. But China has made 5 . much more convenient and popular both in 

China 6 . overseas. Leading Chinese bike-sharing companies Mobike and Ofo are now operating in foreign 

countries such as Singapore and Britain.

And back in China, when riding a shared bike, you can stop 7. (buy) and eat whatever you want 8. (simple) with 

a tap of your phone. You could easily pay with your smartphone by 9 . (scan) the seller’s QR code. Cashless 

payment has grown into a 10. (choose)for Chinese   people—even a pancake seller is using Alipay.

Besides, the four innovative ways of life are most appealing 11.youths from 20 countries participating in the Belt 

and Road innovation, and they wish their countries would emulate( 仿 效 ) China in terms  of technological 

achievement


 There was once a small boy who would never get dressed when his parents told him to, 12. would he wear what 

they wanted him to. He preferred unusual clothes, but above all, he liked taking his time. His parents were always 

in a rush, and wanted him to be much 13.(quick), but the boy didn’t like this, and he would slow down even more. 

One day, his parents got so angry when he refused to dress that they told him to go out without any clothes at all. 

14.(surprise), the boy followed his parents out of the door. He held a belief 15.nobody could do anything to him. 

As the boy stood outside his house with nothing on, 16.(wait) for his parents’s car, along came the local pig farmer. 

The farmer, 17. was almost deaf, had very poor eyesight. Not only that, but also he 18.(forget) his glasses that day. 

When he saw the boy’s pink skin, he thought it was one of his pigs. Shouting and pushing, the farmer forced 19.(he) 

into a pig cage. The boy begged him to stop but the deaf farmer couldn’t hear.

When found by his parents, the terrified boy never again wanted to be mistaken 20. anything other than a human
being. Now he’s the first 21. (get) dressed, and always looks neat.


 Shu Road connected Xi'an, in Shaanxi province, to Sichuan in ancient times and is more than 3,000 

years old. If an adventurous holiday is22.one is after, then a hike along Shu Road shouldn't  

23.(miss).

I hiked along the road last year. Certain parts of it were so narrow that even two slim people 

could 24.(bare) pass each other. I25.(bend) over from time to time to avoid bumping my head 

against rocks on my left.

Despite the rough ground, there are many 26.(hide) delights appealing to tourist. Blue rivers 

and towering trees make up Shu Road's landscape. The varied shapes of the clouds float low,  

27.(surround) the mountain in mist, which gives the Road a fairy-tale touch.

A middle-aged man hiking along with us carried a big bamboo basket full of sand on his back. After 

taking 28. break to catch his breath, he told us the sand was intended 29.building work in higher 

mountains. Parting from the kind man, we headed for Zhaohua ancient town, distinguished for many 

historical 30.(attract). It is one of the 31.(well) preserved sites featuring elements from 

the Three Kingdoms period(AD 220-280).


 Experts have started working on32.unbelievable project to make a robot made by NASA act like a human. 

33.(name)Valkyrie, the robot looks like a woman and may be used to explorer Mars one day. It 34.(invent) by 

NASA scientists to compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenges(DRC). It is 1.9 meters tall and35.(weight) 125 

kilograms. It comes with a series36 . cameras, sonar, and other sensors spread across its body to help it move 

around.
Valkyrie is powered by a battery on its back, which can keep it 37.(operate) for an hour. It can walk on38. (it)

own, pick up objects and control many objects and tools,39.is part of the requirements for the DARPA challenge. 

The machine can walk on two legs and perform basic40.(move) at present. However, the team from Scotland’s 

Edinburgh University wants to give it 41 .(many) skills. It is hoped that the new and improved robot will work

along with astronauts in space.


  Respect is 42 . to any relationship. Respect is the key to 43 . friendships, to political alliances, and to 

international44.. Through respect you show that someone matters to you. Your45. of others 46. your level of 

respect for them.

47. is much more than just growing plants. To make a garden 48. , it is just as important that the 49. in which 

the plants are placed is right. You can have your garden 50. and constructed by 51.


 Each year 52.(thousand) of tourists visit the polar regions of the Arctic and Antarctica. But the increasing number 

of people traveling to the ends of the Earth can have53 . negative effect on fragile ecosystems. Should 

tourists54.(allow) to visit polar regions?

About 40,000 tourists visit Antarctica each year. More than five million travel to the Arctic and sub-Arctic. 

Transporting tourists to the regions 55.(increase) ship and airplane traffic, adding to the risk of pollution, oil spills,

and other 56.(environment) damage. Because the places where wildlife is accessible 57.(be) few in number, tourist 

traffic can become concentrated in specific areas, 58.(put)Arctic vegetation at risk.

Others say that access59. these very special parts of the world should not be restricted to only researchers and 

scientists. Polar tourism allows people to develop deep 60 .( person) connections with polar regions. “Those 

61 . travel to the Arctic or Antarctica often become cheerleaders for supporting those places.” Jim Sano, vice
president for travel and conservation at World Wildlife Fund, told TFK.


  Confucius is said to have lived about 2,500 years ago. He is honored 62. setting the tone for much traditional 

Chinese music for thousands of years. He 63. (think) to be a music teacher and a 64. (talent) musician who was 

able to play several instruments expertly. Perhaps for other people around the world, music was meant mainly for

amusement. 65 . during the time of the Zhou Dynasty about 500 BC, music had an important role in making 

society stable.

How  music  was  used  and  performed  is  expressed  in  several  main  Confucian  books.  Confucius  taught  that 

66. (educate) somebody, you should start with poems, emphasize ceremonies, and finish with music.

Musical knowledge was 67 . matter of higher learning. It is said that he thought of the six most important 

68. (subject) to study, ranking music higher than the other five necessary subjects like writing and mathematics. 

Music was so important because the ideal society was to be governed by ritual (礼制) functions, but not by law. In 

a culture 69 . people function according to ritual, music is used to help govern them. So music wasn’t really 

70. (entertain), but a means for musicians to accomplish political and social goals. Music is 71. (eventual) a

means for social happiness.
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