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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(三)

                           (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。

    Mary families in the United States have a 1 . (large) income now than ever before, but people are finding 

2. difficult to make ends meet anyway.3. isn’t a dollar worth as much as it used to be? Economists say that the 

cost of living is the money that a family must pay 4. the necessities of life. For many years now, the cost of living 

has increased 5.(great), so the value of the dollar has decreased.

No one fully understands why the cost of living keeps 6 . (increase), but economists believe that workers and 

producers can make prices go up. As workers earn money, they have more money to spend, so they demand more 

goods. If there is a demand for certain goods, the prices of these goods go 7.. At the same time, if there’s a 8.(short) 

of goods, the prices also increase.

Families need to know 9. happens to their money. They need to make their income meet the cost of living, so 

many people plan a family budget. Budgeting 10 . (help) you spend your money wisely as the cost of living 

increases.

  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。将答案填写在答题卡的 

相应位置。

The greyhound is a dog with a long neck and headland small ears. They come in a(n) 11 . (various)of colors 

including black, red, and white. They have long and powerful legs and small feet 12. help them move fast. In fact, 

they are the fastest dogs around. Young healthy greyhounds can run up to 72km per hour. They usually live for 

about 15 years 13. sometimes more.
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In the past, greyhounds 14. (train) to hunt and were very good hunting dogs. They haven't given 15. hunting but 

nowadays they also have another purpose. Greyhounds  have  been  trained  by  professionals  for  many  years 

16. (race), and many people go to the racetracks to watch them run.

Like most athletes, greyhounds have relatively short careers. When they 17. (run) their last race they’re still quite 

young and have the potential to live long. But these 18. (retire) racers need good homes.

19. (fortunate), greyhounds are friendly and gentle with children. Families who have adopted greyhounds agree 

that a(n) 20. (good)pet cannot be found!

  The origin of tea is lost among history and tales. What can be 21.(rough) confirmed is that tea originated in the 

southwest of China. According to ancient stories, the first person 22.(discover) the effects of tea is said to be Sheng 

Nong—the father of agriculture and herbal 23.(medical) in China. It 24.(say) that Sheng Nong once tried 72 

different kinds of poisonous plants in a day and he lay on the ground, barely alive. At this moment, he noticed 

several rather fragrant leaves 25.(drop) from the tree beside him. Out 26.curiosity and habit, Sheng Nong put the 

leaves into his mouth and chewed 27.slowly. After a little while, he felt well and 28.(energy) again. 29.he picked 

more leaves to eat and thus cleared his body from poison.

The ancient Chinese medical book called the Sheng Nong Herbal states that “Tea tastes bitter. Drinking it, one can 

think quicker, sleep30.(little), move more swiftly, and see more clearly.” This then was the earliest book to record 

the medicinal effects of tea.

  Yuan Longping is a great scientist, but his sun-burnt face and his slim, strong body are like those of millions of 

Chinese farmers, for whom he 31 . (struggle) for the past five decades. When he was young, hunger was a 

32 . (disturb) problem. Since he graduated from Southwest Agricultural College in 1953, he has devoted his 

life33 . developing a new kind of rice 34 . (call) super hybrid rice. The rice farmers are now producing crops 

35. (two) as large as before by planting his super-rice, 36. makes it possible to solve the problem of hunger. 37., 

he is not satisfied with his work, he still insists on his work to develop his rice. I think his work is of great 

38.(important) to the world.

39. (thank) to his research, the UN has more tools in 40.battle to rid the world of hunger. Now Yuan Longping is 

spreading his knowledge in many other less developed countries.


   The Dutch are used to living in a country which is always exposed to dangers of deadly floods. A country with a
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half of its land below sea level cannot afford 41 . (ignore)the problem of rising sea level, and Holland, which 

already has spent about U.S. $2.5 trillion ( 万亿)on flood42.(prevent), plans to invest( 投资)more over the next 

century. Life in these challenging43.(circumstance) has inspired the Dutch to develop many excellent methods of 

44.(fight)floods. Thanks to the skill of Dutch engineers, flooding in Holland is rarely widespread, and is instead

limited45.certain areas of the country. Two such areas are the valleys of the Rhine and the Meuse Rivers. In spite 

of large flood wall, these rivers regularly flood the surrounding areas. During dry times, however, those areas are 

perfectly46.(pleasure) to live in. one solution47.(develop)now is a type of house that seems normal in every day, 

except that it can float during times of high water rather than48.(simple) sink beneath the waves as normal houses 

would. Groups of houses would form floating neighborhoods in 49.people could live together during times of high

water, temporarily getting around by boat50.the flood ends.

  Last year, a small screen production became a hot topic on social media. It was a TV51 . (adapt) of Chinese 

literature classic, The Dream of the Red Chamber, which52.(perform) by a group of children aged 6 to 12. Despite 

their young age, the children53.(skilful)played the characters and won much applause.

To those54.have read the book, the young actors and actresses brought the characters alive again. "I was thrilled by 

their perfect acting55 . the TV drama. This one is as good as the 1987 work," a Douban user said. Actually, this 

latest children's version,56 . (belong)to a program titled, Xiao Xigu (literally, young artists), is in honor of 

the57.(thirty)anniversary of the 1987 work, praised as the most classic.

The program claims58.(let) children "Learn from Classics, Act in Practice". However, the works also lead to many 

concerns besides countless59.(praise)on the Internet. Some netizens said such works played by children should be 

limited, since young people just imitated adults in these productions. Some doubted60 . young performers could 

understand the characters and even the essence(本质) of the work they played.

  I will never forget watching my son play soccer in this middle school. My son was not a star player. In fact, he 

didn’t have the opportunity to play for long in each game,61 . the rules at that time made sure everyone was 

involved. In one game, with the score tied and time 62. (run) out, he was playing a defensive position. The other 

team’s star player got 63. ball but my son was in his way. Somehow, when they met, the result was that the star 

player 64. (fall) on the ground and my son got the ball. He ran with 65. and had a clear path to the goal. His 

coach jumped up and down 66.(yell) “go” and most of the parents yelled for victory. When my son kicked the ball 

several yards towards the goal, he    67. (sudden) stopped and went back to the star player, helping him get up.
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When we all got enthusiastic 68. the game and forgot about the basic values of fairness and fun, my son helped a 

player of the other team. I 69.(touch) deeply. After the game, I hugged my son proudly. I was so glad that my son 

knew there was something more important 70.winning.

   A new TV series in England, Away from it all, has surprised everyone by becoming a huge success with young 
people across the country. Its success is surprising because 71. main character in the series is a shepherd, and the 

series is about the relaxing and different 72 . (lifestyle) of people who live in the country. There is none of the 

actions that we usually see on TV today. There are also no stressful moments, busy offices or 73. (crowd) cities. 

Away from it all 74. (set) in the peaceful English countryside and tells simple stories about people’s kindness.

The director of the TV series says that its success is a sign of teenagers 75 . (suffer) from stress. He says that 

watching Away from it all 76 . (help) teenagers forget about the pressures of exams and homework, and the 

troubles 77. fill the world today.

78. the series’ success might have a good side, many teachers and parents are worried .They say that some of their 

students and children are becoming couch potatoes and are using Away from it all as an excuse for not completing 

homework. Some children have even refused to learn for exams because they say that they can only achieve

79. (person) happiness by avoiding stressful situations 80. (complete).
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