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广东省2010届高考英语语法填空题专项训练八十五篇

适用年级:高一 | 试卷年份:2010年 | 省份:广东 | 试卷类型:练习 | 上传日期:累计组卷次数 | 下载word版

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基础训练二十五篇
语法填空(每篇共10小题,每小题1.5分,满分15分)
阅读下面短文,根据上下文填入适当的词语,或使用括号中的词语的适当形式填空,并将答案填写在标号为1~10的相应位置。
基础训练篇(1)
In Africa, when the antelope wakes up every morning, the first thing         1.            comes into his mind is, “I must be able to run   2.       (fast) than the fastest lion,  3.            I will be killed by a lion.” And at just the same time, the lion   4.         (wake) out of his dream, and the first thing          5.              (flash) into his mind is: “I must be able to catch up with the slowest antelope, otherwise I will starve to   6.             (dead).” So almost at the same moment   7.         the antelope and the lion jump to their feet, and start  8.               (run) toward the rising sun.
Such is life —   9.         you are an antelope or a lion, you ought to dash forward without   10.         (hesitate) when the sun rises.

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基础训练篇(17)
In order to know a foreign language thoroughly, four things are necessary. Firstly, we must understand the language when we hear    1.           spoken. Secondly, we must be able to speak it ourselves correctly with confidence and without hesitation.    2.                , we must be able to read the language, and fourthly, we must be able to write it. We must be able to make sentences that are grammatically correct.
There is no easy way to success   3.            language learning.          4.                   good memory is a great help, but it is not enough only    5.                   (memorize) rules from a grammar book. It is not much use learning by heart long lists of words and   6.             meanings, studying the dictionary and so on. We must learn by using the language. 7.               we are satisfied with only a few rules we have memorized, we are not really learning the language. “Learn through use” is a good piece of   8.            (advise) for those   9.           are studying a new language. Practice is important. We must practise speaking and   10.            (write) the language whenever we can.

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基础训练篇(13)
Xiao Mao is a primary school student and he enjoys (1)_____ (draw) very much.
One day, he went to the small woods not far (2)___________ town to draw from nature, carrying a drawing board. He was glad to find a tree living (3)____________ the rest had been cut down. “Let me start work at (4)___________” he thought and began to set up his (5)_____________.
Just then a strong young man came (6)_________a big axe and got down to (7)___________ (cut) the tree. Soon he cut it down and pulled it away.
When Xiao Mao got (8)__________ and turned back to draw, he found the tree had (9)________________ (disappear).
“Dear me ! Where on earth is the tree ? ” Xiao Mao wondered, very (10) ______________(disappoint).

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Dawn graduated several years ago. She __31__________(be) a successful model, and  31________(find) a job had not been a problem ─ until _33_________(recent).
When Dawn did start trying to find another type of job , she found in interview after interview that computer literacy(能力)was a must to   34    _____(employ).
__35_______ Dawn had always been afraid of learning computer while in college ─ our school didn’t require to learn computer at that time — she managed to get a degree __36_______ ever confronting(面对) a computer.
Finally, after months of searching for a job, Dawn failed. She had to admit that sidestepping (回避) computer literacy(读写能力) hadn’t been a good idea. _37______, She enrolled in a computer course at  38   ____adult vocational school.
__39__________(surprise), although she had been afraid of learning computer, she took to computers __40________much that after about a year she opened her own computer-based business.

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基础训练篇(5)
It is known to all (1)___________ the Chinese diet is considered to be the (2)__________(healthy) in the world because it (3)__________ (contain) a lot of fruit and green vegetables. It is rich (4)___________ fiber and low in sugar and fat.
How (5)_____________ the Western food? It has too much fat in the form (6)______________ potato chips, chocolate and so on.  It is also rich in sugar in the form of cakes, soft drinks, etc. As (7)______ _ result, the (8)________________(west) usually become very fat and have bad (9)____________ (tooth), and many of them even die at an early age from heart (10)______________ (ill).

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基础训练篇(4)
If you want to improve your English, you’d better listen to BBC English which is part (1)_____________ the BBC World Service. It broadcasts all kinds of programmes, such (2)__________difficult grammar points, life in Britain, differences (3)__________ written and (4)__________(speak) English and so on. It is easy for you to find out some information (5)___________ the programmes. You just need to write to BBC English and ask (6) ________ it.
In China, there are (7)__________ English programmes like Follow Me on TV (8)__________ on the radio. They are usually easy (9)__________(receive) and understand and they are very (10)__________(use) to you.

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基础训练篇(3)
Last Monday morning, I was (1)_________ (cycle) along a street in the rush hour on my way to an interview (2)_________ an important job. A yellow car passed by me and (3)___________(sudden) stopped. I had to brake my bike hard and of course, I (4)________(fall). I was so angry I stopped the driver and kept on (5)_________ (shout) at him rudely.
(6)_____________(unfortunate), I was in time for the interview. By chance, one of my (7)________(interview), the manager of the company, was no other than the driver of the yellow car. Luckily, the manager was not angry with me (8)_________my rudeness. (9)___________, he offered me the job. So I said to everyone jokingly that I could tell my manager (10)__________ I thought of him.

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基础训练篇(2)
You may wonder why we have a holiday in summer (1) _________ winter, but not in spring (2)_________ autumn. There are some reasons (3)_______________ it. Like most people, your intelligence(智力)changes from season to season. You are properly a lot sharper in the spring (4)_______________ you are (5)___________ any other time of the year. Ellsworth Huntington, who’s well known to us all concluded from other men’s work and his own among people in different climates that climate and temperature have a clear effect  (6)___________ our intelligence. He found that cool weather is far better for creative thinking than warm weather. This  (7)____________ mean that all people are not  (8)_______________ quick at learning in the summer as they  (9)_________________ during the rest of the year. It tells us, (10)________________, that intelligence of large numbers of people seems to be lowest in the summer.

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基础训练篇(16)
We must have water to live. __ 1________the water we use is clean and fresh, it will make us ill. The animals __ 2________ (live) in and around lakes and rivers must also have clean water. Our rivers and lakes supply most of our water. The clear, blue water found by the first American settlers has changed. Many of our water sources are now __ 3________. They are filled __ 4________ dirt and waste which cannot be cleaned out. In many places, water is not safe for us to use.
Lake Erie was __ 5________ a beautiful lake. Now it has been called “a dying lake”. Waste from nearby homes and factories has been dumped into __ 6________. Fish can no longer live in much of its polluted water. George Washington once called the Potomac “__ 7________ finest river in the world”. Now its water is no longer blue. Instead, it is soupy green. Suds(肥皂泡沫), from detergents(洗涤剂;洗衣粉) used to wash clothes, often cover the water of our rivers.
Water cannot __8___________(make) in a factory. Once water is polluted, it is __ 9________ to make it clean and safe again. We must learn to take care of the water __ 10_______ we now have.

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基础训练篇(15)
As well as reaching the right audience with the right technique, advertisers must also place their ads in the right medium. Obviously, cost will play __(1)______ big part in this decision. Television adverts are expensive to make __(2)_____to show. You have to be a big corporation with a big budget to afford television ads. Advertisements in newspapers, on the other hand, are __(3)______cheaper.
As well as worrying about the expense, advertisers must also consider _____(4)_ media are most appropriate for their product and which their target audience is most likely to see or hear. __(5)_______most cars have radios, ads broadcast via radio can reach a lot of drivers very __(6)______(easy). For this reason, ______(7)_would be appropriate to use radio to advertise goods and services relating to cars. _(8)______, it would be no use __(9)_ _____(advertise) products on radio if the ad relies on visual effects. Television adverts are great for generating emotional responses to a product, but magazines and newspapers can have __(10)_ ____details.

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基础训练篇(14)
Until recently daydreaming was viewed as a waste of time. Or it __1_____________(consider) an unhealthy escape from real life and its duties. But now some people are taking a fresh look at daydreaming. Some think it may be a very __2______________ (health) thing to do. Some researchers are finding that daydreaming may be important to mental health. Daydreaming, they tell us, __3__________(be) a good means of relaxation. But its benefits go    4   _____    this. A number of psychologists have conducted experiments and have reached some      __5__  ______ (surprise) conclusions.
Dr. Joan T. Freyberg has concluded that daydreaming contributes __6____intellectual growth. It also improves  7  ____    (concentrate), attention span, and the ability to get  8      ____   with others. Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser believed that much of his success was due to the positive use of daydreaming. Florence Nightingale dreamed of becoming a nurse. The young Thomas Edison pictured    9   __    __   as an inventor. For these notable achievers, it appears  10       their daydreams came true. Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick offered this advice: “hold a picture of yourself… in your mind’s eye, and you will be drawn toward it. Picture yourself vividly as defeated and that alone will make victory impossible.

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基础训练篇(7)
One day, Pierre, (1)_________ worked in a government office, received an (2)____________ (invite) to a palace ball. His wife, Mathilde, had no money (3)____________  jewellery, so she borrowed a beautiful necklace (4)__________ her friend, Jeanne. She looked very beautiful (5)___________ they had a wonderful time that evening. But after the ball, she found the necklace (6)_________________. They had to borrow a lot of money to buy a new (7)___________ for Jeanne. In order to pay (8)_________ the money, they worked day and night for 10 years. Mathilde became very old, so Jeanne didn’t recognize her (9)___________ they met in a park 10 years later. From this story, we know a person shouldn’t be affected (10)____________ vanity(虚荣心), otherwise it will cost him a lot.

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基础训练篇(12)
We all know that computers have played and (1)__________ play a very important part (2)___________ various fields.
In personal lives, computers can do lots of work. It can carry (3)___________ people’s instructions.  In agriculture, computers are used (4)_____________ control the (5)__________(grow) conditions of vegetables and other plants. In transportation(交通运输), computers can work out the best distance (6)__________ trains and operate the trains instead (7)____________ human beings. In the fields of education, health and scientific research, computers are important, (8)___________. People use them to store information (9)______________ records.
Because of the computers, life is easier and (10)________ convenient for people.

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基础训练篇(11)
Mrs. Wilson, the wife of a rich man,  (1)                 some of her friends to lunch. She was trying a new way to cook fish and she was very pleased with  (2)          when the fish was ready. As the fish was very hot, she put it near the open window to  (3)       _____ for a few minutes. Five minutes later, when she came back (4)        it, she was surprised to find the neighbor’s cat at the fish. She was in time to stop the cat before it was too  (5).    _   .That afternoon every one enjoyed the fish. They talked and laughed  (6)    _      four o’clock.
After the guests left, Mrs. Wilson felt tired but happy. She was sitting down in a chair near the window (7)    _____   __ she saw the neighbor’s cat dead in her garden. She was sure the fish was bad. What  (8) _     _ _______ happen to her friends? She at once telephoned the family doctor for help. The doctor wanted each guest  (9)  _____      meet him. Once again Mrs. Wilson was alone in her chair still tired  (10)       _    _  not longer happy. Just then the telephone rang. It was her neighbor, “Oh, Mrs. Wilson,” he cried.” My cat is dead. She was killed by someone in a car and put in your garden …”

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基础训练篇(10)
Nowadays, almost everyone has realized (1)_________  smoking is harmful to people’s health. Sometimes it (2)__________ causes fire.
In China, about 38% of the people smoke. Every year, they smoke millions of packets of cigarettes. It’s bad news (3)_________ the health of the nation.
It’s known (4)______________ smoking can cause different kinds of diseases. Every year, many people die (5)_______________ these illnesses, such as lung and throat cancers. It also costs the government much money (6)_______________ look after these sick people. Smoking is also harmful to those (7)________________ don’t smoke, (8)____________ (special) to children and women.
In (9)__________ word, smoking is no good. If you want to smoke, just think of those who suffer from diseases (10)_____________ the fires that destroy people’s lives and property!

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基础训练篇(9)
Walt Disney, a great film-maker, was born in Chicago in 1901 (1)_________ died in 1966. (2)__________ a young man, he wanted very much to be an artist. He went to a newspaper office in the hope (3)__________ getting a job there, (4)_________ he had no luck.
He didn’t lose heart. He kept on (5)______________ (draw) lots of pictures. Being poor, he had to sit in the family garage(车库),drawing pictures. Day (6)_________ day, he worked hard. Several years (7)____________, he succeeded in (8)______________ (make) his first cartoon character — Mickey Mouse. From then (9)______________ , he became a successful cartoon maker. Many characters in his cartoons are very popular, such as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, (10)_____________ are loved by everyone, especially by children.

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基础训练篇(8)
(1)________ is known to all, China is a large country (2)_________ agriculture. Science of farming was first (3)____________ (study) here.
Jia Si-xie, living (4)____________ the 6th century AD, was one of the farming pioneers(先驱者). After he finished his work for the government, he spent his time (5)__________ his research into agriculture. He studied (6)_________ to keep seeds, how to improve soil conditions and so on.
During the years 533~544, he wrote a book (7)__________ (call) Qi Min Yao Shu ,(8)_________ is about both farming and gardening, (9)__________ (include) advice on how to grow green vegetables, how to keep fish in lakes, and so on. It was considered to be (10)___________ important summary of farming knowledge.

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基础训练篇(6)
I attended a birthday party in 1991. My teacher was then 59 years old. (1)__________ her fellow teacher said that we (2)_____________(celebrate) her 39th birthday! We were all (3)____________ (surprise) and puzzled.
After the party I was told by the fellow teacher that American women have a special saying about (4)___________ (birth). If a woman is (5)________ 40, or even if she is 80, her birthday is always the 39th. If she is in her thirties, her birthday will be the 29th. And in her (6)____________, it’s the 19th. They usually have their “real” birthday when they are (7)__________ 20.
This shows that American women, (8)_________________ (special) elderly women, are very sensitive about their ages. But my teacher always says, “We want to be (9) ______________. ” so about the age of Western women, my advice is (10)_____________ if you don’t know it, don’t ask about it; if you really know it, don’t mention it.

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Will there always be 31       water? When you consider how necessary water is to each and every one of us and to all 32     (live) things, and when you observe how man has mismanaged other 33     (nature) resources, you may have reason to worry. Man has badly polluted his sources of water 34    Earth. And he uses more and more water each day. Can man learn to treat 35      (pollute) water for reuse fast enough 36      (keep) pace with the world’s technology and   37    (grow) population?
At the present time there is no serious shortage of water in the United States. Water, however, is not 38     able to meet all the local needs. Some areas, such as the southwestern part of our country, get less rain than 39    . In these areas, water must be brought in from 40      outside. Los Angeles, for example, must obtain its water from sources hundreds of miles away in the Colorado River and the rivers of northern California.

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In September, 1941, the Nazi  31             (Germany) army was near St Petersburg. This was a time   32           the two countries were at war. However, before the Nazis could get to the summer palace, the Russians were only able to remove the furniture and small art objects from the Amber Room. But some of the Nazis secretly stole the Amber Room itself. In less than two days, 100,000 pieces of the room were put inside twenty-seven wooden boxes. There is no doubt   33 ____________  the boxes were then put on a train   34      ___  Konigsberg, at that time a German city on the Baltic Sea. After that, what really happened to the Amber Room   35             (remain) a mystery.
While the search for the old room continues, the  36          (Russia) and Germans have built   37           new Amber Room at the summer palace.       38            (follow) old photos, the new room has been made to look much like the old one. In   39          spring of 2003, it was ready for the people of St Petersburg   40             (celebrate) the 300th birthday of their city.

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Atlanta was a Greek princess. She was very beautiful and could run faster than    31           man in Greece. But she was not allowed to run in the Olympic Games. She was    32           angry that she said to her father she would not marry anyone who could not run faster than her. Her father said she must marry and asked her   33          she wanted to marry a king or prince. But Atlanta replied, “I will only be married to a man who can run faster than me. When a man says he wants to marry me, I will run  34           him. If he cannot run as fast as me, he         35          (kill). No one will be pardoned.”
Many kings and princes wanted to marry Atlanta but when they heard of her rules, some of them    36        (sad) went home. Other men stayed to run the race. There was a man called Hippomenes who was amazed when he heard of Atlanta’s rules. “Why are these men so   37         (fool)? Why will they let    38        be killed because they cannot run as fast as this princess?” Then when he saw Atlanta come out of her house   39         (run), Hippomenes changed his mind. “I         40           marry Atlanta — or die!” he said.

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No one could recognize me after I got my new transistors in the          31   (1960).There were times when my size was  32        (total) changed. I became small and thin but I got cleverer and cleverer, quicker and quicker. And my memory became so large   33         I couldn’t believe it! But I was always so lonely       34        (stand) there by myself, 35          in the early 1960s, they gave me a family   36       (connect) by a network. I could share information        37      others and we could talk to each other. At about the same time we learned to talk to humans using BASIC. I was brought into people’s homes in the 1970s. Since then, my family and I     38          (use) by   39         (billion) of people to deal with information and communicate with each other around the world by the Internet. I love  40            (use) to connect people who aren’t close enough to speak to each other. I have truly been built to serve the human race since my birth. https://tiku.21cnjy.com/   21教育网在线题库

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Many animals  31         (disappear) during the history of the earth.       32          (famous) of these animals were dinosaurs. They lived on the earth        33           (ten) of millions of years ago, long    34        humans came into being. There were many different species of dinosaur and several of them have been found in China. The eggs of twenty-five species have been found in Xixia County, Nanyang, Henan Province, and not long ago a rare new species of bird-like dinosaur was discovered in Chaoyang County, Liaoning Province. The scientists were surprised      35         (find) they could run    36      other dinosaurs, but also climb trees. They could tell this from the way the bones   37          (join) together.
Dinosaurs died    38        quickly about 65 million years ago. Some scientists think it was after a large rock hit the earth and put too much dust into the air. Others think the earth got    39        hot for the dinosaurs to live on any more. Nobody knows   40          sure. In the same way there are animals that have died out more recently and no one knows why. Listen to the story about the dodo, an animal that has disappeared from the earth.

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However, there was one band that started in a different way. It began as a TV show. The musicians of   31________ the band was formed played jokes   32___________    each other as well as played music. Their music and jokes were based loosely on the band called “The Beatles”. The TV organizers  33      (look) for four musicians who were lively and who could make good music. They put an advertisement in a newspaper  34      (look) for rock musicians, but they could only find one that was good enough. They had to use actors for the other members of the band. Actors may not be able to sing so at first other musicians sang the songs for the programme   35       the band pretended to sing them.
Their attractive performances  36      (copy) by other groups and their fans supported them fiercely. Each week the group that was called “The Monkees” would play a song or two written by other musicians. However, after a year or so in which they became   37        (serious) about their work, “The Monkees” started to play their own instruments and write their own songs like a real band. Then they produced their own records and started touring and playing their own music. They became even more popular than “The Beatles” in the USA and sold even more records. However, the band broke   38          in about 1970, but  39        (unite) in the mid-1980s. They produced a new record in 1996, which was a  40         (celebrate) of their time as a real band.

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The Internet is an amazing information resource. Students, teachers, and researchers use it 31        an investigative tool. Journalists use it to find information for stories. Doctors use it to learn more about unfamiliar diseases and the    32        (late) medical development. Ordinary people use it for shopping, banking, bill-paying, and 33       (communication) with family and friends. People all over the world use it to connect with individuals from 34          countries and cultures.
35        , while there are many positive developments 36        (associate) with the Internet, there are also certain fears and concerns. 37         concern relates to a lack of control over 38         appears on the Internet. With television and radio there are editors to check the accuracy or appropriateness of the content of programs, and with television there are restrictions 39        what kinds of programs can 40          (broadcast) and at what times of the day. With the Internet, parents cannot check a published guide to determine what is suitable for their children to see.

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Alice always wanted to be a singer. Music was the 31          important thing in her life but, to tell you the   32           (true), she took lesson for years, practised every day,  33           in spite of all this, her voice didn't improve. Honestly, it didn’t get better, it just got  34           (loud).
Her teacher finally gave 35         and stopped the lessons, but Alice refused to quit, and one day she decided to give a concert and invited her former teacher to attend.
The teacher was very worried about 36              to say after the performance. She knew it 37            be terrible and it was. She didn't want to tell a lie, but she didn’t want to hurt Alice’s feelings 38               . Finally, she got an idea and went backstage to greet her former pupil.
“Well”, said Alice, “what did you think of 39              performance?”
“My dear,” said the teacher, “you’ll 40         be better than you were tonight.”

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In France, most of the people want to have a very long time for lunch. In Britain it doesn’t seem to be important 31             people take a cup of tea and a very quick sandwich and it’s OK.
Another very 32           (surprise) thing for the foreigner is the way the people obey the law — you seem to have much more discipline 33          in France, and you respect the police 34           more than we do. For instance, people park their car 35         , and they know it is forbidden 36            they do it — in Britain people don’t do that.
In England, it’s 37          (easy) to feel alone. People don’t bother you, don’t look after you or worry 38          you so much, so it’s easy to get lost or to hide away here. When you’re in the United States people want to know 39____________     you are, they tend to speak to you, to find out who you are,40         you’re doing.

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We may look at the world around us, but somehow we manage not to see it         31        whatever we’ve become used to suddenly  32        (disappear). Take, for example, the neatly-dressed woman I used to see.
For three years, no matter 33         the weather was like, she was always waiting at the bus stop around 8:00 a.m. On 34  ________   (snow) days, she wore heavy clothes and a pair of 35    ____________   (wool) gloves. Of course I remember all 36  _______   only after she was seen no more .It was 37       that I realized how much 1 expected to see her each morning.
“Did she have an accident? Something  38     ______   ?” I thought to myself about her disappearance. Now that she was gone, I felt that I 39   __________   (know) her. I began to realize that part of our daily life probably includes such chance meetings       40  _________   familiar strangers: the milkman you see at dawn, and the twin brothers you see at the library. Such people are important markers in our lives. They add weight to our sense of place and belonging.

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In ancient times, the most important examination was spoken, not written. In the schools of ancient Greece and Rome, testing usually consisted   31       saying poetry aloud or giving speeches.
Generally, however, modern examinations are written. The written examination, where all students are tested on the same questions, was probably not known 32_________    the nineteenth century. Perhaps it came into   33        (exist) with the great increase in population and the development of modern industry.
Two types of tests are   34         (common) used in modern schools. The first type is sometimes called an “objective” test. It   35   ___________  (intend) to deal with facts, not personal opinions. On objective tests, the student has just one task: he must recognize the correct answer and then he must copy its letter or number onto his examination paper. Sometimes there is   36        answer sheet on which the four letters or numbers are printed. Then the student only has to circle the one         37        go with the correct answer.
For testing some kinds of learning, however , such a test is not very satisfactory. A lively student   38       guess the correct answer without really knowing the material.
For a clearer picture of   39        the student knows, most teachers use another kind of examination in addition to objective tests. They use “essay” tests, and the tests require students to write long answers to broad, general questions. When some essay questions are used along with some objective questions,  40       , a fairly clear picture of the students’ knowledge and ability can usually be obtained.

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Although anyone can do it, storm chasing is extremely dangerous. The power of a big storm 31         throw a cow into the air 32         destroy a whole house in seconds. Storm chasers are also often hurt in accidents 33          (cause) by driving in 34         heavy rain. If you are a 35         (begin), it is much safer to join a group for storm-chasing vacations 36____________ the storm season.
However, for storm chasers, it is all worth it . “37                   you get 38            (close)to a storm, it is the most 39             (excite) sight you will 40             see in your life,” says Jasper Morley. “Every storm is an example of the power of nature. It is the greatest show on Earth.”

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Young people should travel not only to find out about the present 31           to find out about the future. A grand tour today should be the opposite of 32          it was in the past. It should not include museums, castles and ruins. It should go       33           human life is, to places that throw you images of the future. It should not be an escape of 34            (real) but a challenge with 35           .
Young people of today should go to the wildest, farthest, poor place they can think of. They should go to the wild places of Asia, Africa, and South America. Young people should go to 36         many such places as they can, 37           these places are closing up and in time they’ll become impossible.
The other area young people should travel 38  ____________  is the same sort of area within their own country, places that are a kind of 39  ____________  (know) land, 40   _______  as the Congo Basin.

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A guest comes up to Mrs. Dale, the Duty Manager, telling her 31        (anger) about the Hall Porter’s Department. Since there are 32        guests present, the Duty Manager invites the guest to come to her office 33         (talk) things over.
The guest says that the Hall Porter yesterday 34           (promise) to get theatre tickets 35          a show in the city. He says that today, 36            he went to collect the tickets there was  37          porter on duty. The porter could not find any tickets for the guest, and could not find any record of the request for       tickets. It seems that the porter on duty today did not believe 38                the guest had made any request for tickets. The guest says that the tickets were promised,   38                 he has planned to go to the theatre that night, and that it is the 40                (hotel) job to provide the tickets.https://tiku.21cnjy.com/   21教育网在线题库

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Finishing their shopping at the supermarket, a middle-aged couple found their new car   31       (steal). They filed a report   32        the police station and a detective drove them   33       to the parking lot(停车场)to look for evidence.
To their   34         (amaze), the car had been returned and there was a note in it ,  35  _______  said: “I apologize for taking your car. My wife was having a baby and I had to send her to the hospital as soon as possible. Please forget the          36           (convenient). There are two tickets   37        tonight’s Rowan Atkinson concert.”
Their faith in humanity restored(恢复). The couple attended         38       concert. But   39          they returned home, they immediately found that their house had been ransacked (洗劫). On the bathroom mirror was           40           note: “I have to put my kid through college somehow, don’t I?”

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Rudolph Valentino was a famous film star in the 1920s.
He once wanted to buy a particular silver ring that had a semi-precious stone in 31              .
The jeweler warned him against the ring, 32         (tell) him that it had a curse on it. 33           owned the ring would have bad luck.
Valentino did not believe him 34         he bought the ring.
He wore it during the making of his 35         film, The Young Rajah. The film was a complete failure.
Valentino put the ring 36   _   and went on to make many 37        (success) films. By 1926, he had forgotten all about the curse on the ring.
He wore it 38        .  Soon afterwards, he fell ill and died.
39         of Valentino’s friends inherited the ring.She, too, became ill, 40        quickly gave the ring away to a young artist. She recovered from her illness almost immediately,

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With the (31)_____________ (develop) of industry, air pollution is getting more  and more serious. In Beijing, many people (32)___________(suffering) from different kinds of (33) ___________ ( ill ) because of air pollution.
Air pollution is caused (34)_________ the following reasons: about half of the problem is caused by vehicles(车辆). There are more and more cars, buses on the roads, and they give off (35)_________ (poison) gases. 25% of air pollution is caused by factories. Another (36)_________ (fact) is the smokers. Smoking not only does harm to their health but also to others’. (37)__________ these, about 10% of air pollution is caused by other reasons.   
We should take some measures to fight (38)_____________ pollution. New fuel can be used to take the place of gas. We can plant more trees. If everybody realizes the importance of (39)___________(environment) protection and does something to stop pollution, the problem will (40)___________(solve).

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Many Chinese believe   31      (eat) pig brains will increase their intelligence and some Americans regularly eat   32   ___ (cook) eggs to keep their minds sharp.   33     , doctors don’t recommend eating   34        raw eggs or animal brains. Then, what food is good for your brain? Scientists have found a relationship  35 ____ diet and a healthy brain. Generally speaking, fish is a brain food.   36 ____ fish, you should introduce lots of dark green leafy vegetables and colorful fruits into your diet, because most people lack the special vitamins  37     these brain food provide. If you eat brain foods   38   ____ (regular), they can increase brain power — help you pay attention, keep you  39     ___________ (motivate), improve your memory and  40   _____( less) stress from studies. Then you can do much better in your test.

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In the days when an ice cream cost much less, Tom, ___31   __   8-year-old boy, entered a hotel coffee shop ___32   __   sat at a table. A waitress put a glass of water in front of him. “How much is an ice cream?” “Fifty-cents,” replied the waitress. The little boy pulled __33 _         right hand out of the pocket and studied a number of      34          in it. “How much is a dish of plain ice cream?” he asked. Some people were now waiting for her service and the waitress grew a bit __35    _  (patience). “Thirty-five cents.” she said __36 _      (rude). The little boy carefully counted the coins ___37___      .“I will have a plain ice cream,” he said. The waitress walked _38    __ __    . The boy finished the ice cream, paid the cashier and left. It was not long _39  __        the waitress came back and then she began to wipe down the table and suddenly was surprised at what she saw. There, _40  __        (place) neatly beside the empty dish, were two nickels and five pennies — her tip!

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Snake dishes have become popular __31________ recent years. Snake meat in various flavors (风味) is often seen in restaurant ads. Eating snake seems to be now in vogue(盛行), and if you haven’t eaten snake yet, you __32_________(consider) “out of date”. But I wonder___33__________ all the trends are worth following.
Some people may defend themselves __34_______ saying that snake meat is nutritious. But these people don’t realize that many parasites(寄生虫),__35_______ do harm to our health, are found inside snakes.
According __36_________ a survey, about 1000 tons of snakes are eaten every year in China and sometimes as ___37_________ as 10 tons of snakes are served on dinner tables in Shenzhen in a single day!
These figures warns us that if no action is taken, __38_______ number of snakes will drop and make an increase in mice and worms population, which will __39_______ in a decrease(减产) of crop output. Who will see such tragedy happen?  
So let’s start not to eat snakes any more because “to protect the snake is to protect __40________.”

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Enough sleep is important to health. The amount of sleep needed __31________ on the age of the person and the conditions in ___32_______ sleep takes place. The young may need more sleep than ___33_______ old, but usually eight hours are enough for the health of grown-ups. Some can do with __34________ than this amount, but others may need more. Every person knows his own need. ___35_______ is then a matter of good judgment to satisfy his need. Sleep __36________ always be enough t