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2016年高考英语必考词汇 考点 完形常用词汇总结


2016 高考英语完型填空实战演练教案
主编人:吴军 完型填空实战四招: 抓头——抓住首句,预测全文。
完形填空所选短文多没有标题 ,但一般首句是一个不设空 (或较简单)的完整的句子 ,往 往用以点明短文的体裁,如议论、说明或叙述等。因此,我们在解题时一定要注意以首句的时 态、语态及表述方式为立足点来进行逻辑思维,判断文章体裁,找出文章中心。

捕眼——捕捉题眼,寻找契机
所谓―题眼‖,就是指那些在短文中起重要作用的关键词以及能够帮助我们解决问题问 题的特定的语境。捕捉题眼,就是要迅速找到语篇中的特殊的内在联系——那些表示因果、 递进、转折、指代等意义的连接词及动词、形容词、副词、同位语等,还有那些明确具体的 事实(如时间、地点、人物、形状、色彩、顺序),以及它们之间的关系等。 ◆I used to call people 37 , from the moment I woke up to the time I went to sleep. A. now and then A. life B.all the time B. city C. at home C. house D. at work D. way ◆She lives in the same 53 she lived 27 years ago - although in a more comfortable home.

跳身——避难就易,节省时间
在解题过程中,我们应该遵循―先易后难‖的原则,遇到少数疑难问题时不可徘徊不前。 为 了不影响做题速度,我们可以暂时跳过难点,去解决那些靠上下文能确定的、比较直接具体的 问题。或许在上文中难以判断的题在下文中就有暗示或明确的表示,或许一个在前面不能解 的题在填出了另一空后会令你豁然开朗。一般说来,固定词组、习惯搭配、常见句型及明显 的语法结构等易于判断。 ◆52 laughed, then the whole class was laughing with open-hearted enjoyment. 52. A. People B. Nobody C. Somebody D. I

扫尾——复读全文,解决残敌
到了这时,借助已经补全的空白,我们应该对全文有了更清楚的理解 ,可以集中解决所遗 留的少数疑难问题,如采用排除法逐步缩小包围圈等方法。对于实在无从下手的个别题目,我 们则完全可以凭语感来确定: 把几个选项逐一放在空格内念两遍,哪个念起来顺口、舒服就选哪个。注意:凭语感选 定的答案不要轻易改动,因为最初的感觉很可能是正确的。 在各空都已填出后,再复读全文。 我们必须重视这最后的弥补疏漏,改正错误的扫尾机会, 以争取最好成绩。

高考英语完型填空实战演练一 ( 共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分 ) Sometimes people call each other ―scared-cat‖, but have you ever thought about this

expression? When a cat is frightened, its heart starts beating faster, its muscles get tense, and there are changes in the chemicals in its blood- stream. Although the cat doesn‘t 16 this, its body is getting ready for action. If the danger continues, this animal will do one of the two things. It will 17 itself, or it will run away as fast as it can. 18 , when people are excited, angry, scared, or aroused by other emotions, our bodies also go through many 19 changes. Our hearts beat faster, and our muscles get tense. All of these changes make us more alert and ready to react. We, too, get ready to defend ourselves 20 run. Human beings, 21 , have a problem that animals never face. If we give way to our feelings and let them 22 , we can get into trouble. Have you ever said something in anger, or hit somebody and regretted it later? Have you ever shouted at a teacher, told someone you were lonely, or said you were in love, and then 23 later you had kept your mouth shut? It isn‘t always 24 to express your feelings freely. Does this mean that it‘s smarter always to 25 our feelings? No! If you 26 feelings of anger, sadness, and bitterness hidden away or bottled up inside, your body stays 27 . Physical illnesses can develop. It can actually be 28 for your health. Feelings that you keep all bottled up inside, don‘t just 29 . It‘s like you bought some bananas and stuck them in a cupboard. You might not be able to see them, but 30 you‘d smell them. And if you opened the cupboard, you‘d 31 little fruit flies hovering (盘旋) all over them. They‘d be rotten. You can try to treat emotions 32 they were bananas in the cupboard. You can 33 they don‘t exist, but they‘ll still be 34 . And at last you‘ll have to 35 them. Just like those bananas. 16. A. mind B. admit C. realize D. remember 17. A. save B. help C. defend D. hide 18. A. Truly B. Frequently C. Similarly D. Differently 19. A. chemical B. physical C. health D. ill 20. A. and B. or C. but D. yet 21. A. therefore B. but C. besides D. however 22. A. take off B. take on C. take over D. take up 23. A. wished B. hoped C. blamed D. shared 24. A. useful B. right C. easy D. wise 25. A. handle B. hurt C. hide D. prevent 26. A. keep B. find C. control D. let 27. A. relaxed B. tense C. same D. different 28. A. good B. harmful C. helpful D. useful 29. A. go away B. go on C. go up D. go out 30. A. long before B. as usual C. before long D. right away 31. A. meet B. observe C. catch D. see 32. A. as if B. just as C. just after D. even though 33. A. pretend B. expect C. decide D. assume 34. A. in B. around C. over D. beyond 35. A. eat up B. deal with C. throw away D. send out
16-----20 CCCBB 21-----25 DCADC 26-----30 ABBAC 31-----35 DAABB

Sometimes people call each other ―scared-cat‖, but have you ever thought about this

expression? When a cat is frightened, its heart starts beating faster, its muscles get tense, and there are changes in the chemicals in its blood- stream. Although the cat doesn‘t will run away as fast as it can. 16. A. mind B. admit C. realize D. remember 解题思路:题眼法\代入法 捕捉题眼,寻找契机:所谓―题眼‖就是解题线索,就是那些原句中出现的、对解题起重 要暗示作用的关键词。找准关键词语,有时题干中带有对解题起着关键作用的词语,如果能 迅速找准这些词语,再结合各选项的意义和特点,就能很快选出正确答案。 17. A. save B. help C. defend D. hide 解题思路:没有同义复现或固定搭配,考虑概括的是解。 并列结构法: 根据文章中表示并列关系的连词或副词如:and/also/or 或逗号“, ”等,它 们的提点是 and 前后的成分结构相似,意义相关,再做出准确判断。 18 , when people are excited, angry, scared, or aroused by other emotions, our bodies also go through many run. 18. A. Truly B. Frequently C. Similarly D. Differently 解题思路:前后呼应法\代入法 前后呼应法:做完形填空要始终抓住文章本身,联系―双语境‖判断做题,即大语境—— 全文中心和基调;小语境——空格前后所构成的语意环境;再根据前有伏笔,后有呼应的思 路做题。
句群、段落、篇章等。语篇与语篇之间往往有表明其内在联系的词语,这些词语被称为―语篇标志‖。 如表示结构层次的语篇标志语有: firstly, secondly, thirdly, finally 等; 表示逻辑关系的语篇标志语有: 表示改变话题的语篇标志语有: 表示递进关系的语篇标志语有: 表示时间关系的语篇标志语有: thus, therefore, so 等; by the way 等; besides, what‘s more, further 等; before, so far, yet, meanwhile, later 等。

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this, its body is getting ready for action. 17 itself, or it

If the danger continues, this animal will do one of the two things. It will

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changes. Our hearts beat faster, and our muscles get tense. All of 20

these changes make us more alert and ready to react. We, too, get ready to defend ourselves

19. A. chemical

B. physical

C. health

D. ill

解题思路: 摆脱思维定势, 排除“陷阱” chemical, 后提示句 Our hearts beat faster, and our muscles get tense.都是 physical。 20. A. and B. or 17 C. but D. yet 解题思路: 与前面句子 It will itself, or it will run away as fast as it can. 同义复现。

同义复现:是英语中常见的一种现象。为强调某一意思,但又不想重复使用某个词,文 中前后两处会使用一组同义词或同义词组。 由于在完形填空题中, 这两个同义词的位置多半 比较靠近,很容易找到。无须过多推理,只须确定相同的是哪个意思,然后找出选项中与之 相符的一项即可。 Human beings, 21 , have a problem that animals never face. If we give way to our

feelings and let them

22

, we can get into trouble. Have you ever said something in anger, or 23 later you had kept your mouth shut? It isn‘t C. besides D. however

hit somebody and regretted it later? Have you ever shouted at a teacher, told someone you were lonely, or said you were in love, and then always 24 21. A. therefore B. but to express your feelings freely.

解题思路:转折特点:一句肯定,一句否定;前后句有一组反义词;前句是形副词原 级,后句是比较级;前句是一般过去式,后句是一般现在时或前句是过去完成时,后句是一 般过去式; 后句有一‖still‖词; 前句有―Maybe‖, ―Perhaps‖, ―It meight be‖等表示―可能‖的副词。 but 转折法:文中一出现―but‖ ―Although‖ ―though‖ ―however,‖ ―while‖等词,应该马上 想到前后语意有转折。 只要知道其中一方的语意, 就可以反向推出另一方的意思, 从而解题。 完形填空题中,but 一词后多半会设题。所以,大家在考试时,只要看到 but 就做一个标记, 遇到类似 but 这样表转折的词也同样处理。这样便于回到原文去寻找解题的依据。 22. A. take off 23. A. wished B. take on B. hoped C. take over C. blamed D. take up D. shared 解题思路:and 并列结构法,give way to 的同义词 let 。 。take 解题思路:利用语法分析解题,选项中的动词都是过去式,其后句宾语从句 had kept 是过去完成时,故判断是虚拟。 24. A. useful B. right C. easy 。 D. wise 解题思路:后暗示法,smarter 的近义词是

利用暗示和对应解题:虽然重点是对语法、短语和词的辨析、句子结构的考查,但对文 章故事情节发展线索的逻辑考查仍是重点。 暗示与上下对应的思维方法, 是突破此类完形填 空最关键的思维方式。 Does this mean that it‘s smarter always to 27 . Physical illnesses can develop. It can actually be 25. A. handle 解题思路:同义复现法 26. A. keep B. find C. control D. let 解题思路:利用语法分析解题,动词 可以带宾补 hidden away or bottled up inside。 B. hurt 25 28 our feelings? No! If you for your health. D. prevent 26

feelings of anger, sadness, and bitterness hidden away or bottled up inside, your body stays C. hide

27. A. relaxed B. tense C. same D. different 解题思路:跨段落篇章复现 tense 查找文章多处反复复现概念的已知词:复现可以是相同的词在文章的不同地方重复出 现。复现的解题意义在于:如果判断出一个未知填空与上下文的那些已知词汇有复现关系, 只要从选项中选出与那些词汇意义相同的就是正确答案。 28. A. good B. harmful C. helpful D. useful ? 29 . It‘s like you bought some 解题思路:利用关联成分,将 illnesses 设置成已知,另一个是未知的,这样那个已知的 词语便成为破解未知词语的关键线索。 illnesses 会对 health Feelings that you keep all bottled up inside, don‘t just

bananas and stuck them in a cupboard. You might not be able to see them, but smell them. And if you opened the cupboard, you‘d over them. They‘d be rotten. 29. A. go away 提示作用的词或句,go It will 17 B. go on ? C. go up D. go out 31

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you‘d

little fruit flies hovering (盘旋) all

解题思路:看清上下文,找准定位词充分利用文章的上下文和前后句,找到对选择有 看看文章中动词都与哪些副词或介词搭配成动词短语? itself, or it will run away as fast as it can. 26 feelings of anger, sadness, and bitterness hidden away or bottled up 27 . B. as usual 30 C. before long D. right away you‘d smell them. 句中的‘d=would 是过去 No! If you

inside, your body stays

30. A. long before

解题思路:利用语法分析解题,but

将来时.in no time=by and by=in a flash=before long=soon 是将来时的时间状语,表示“很快” ; 而 right away=right now=quickly=at once=immediately 则不受限制! 31. A. meet B. observe 31 C. catch D. see 解题思路: 利用语法分析解题, you‘d little fruit flies hovering (盘旋) all over them.

(A. meet ,B. observe, C. catch ,D. see)little fruit flies hovering (盘旋)。 You can try to treat emotions they don‘t exist , but they‘ll still be those bananas. 32. A. as if the cupboard.是虚拟句。 33. A. pretend B. expect C. decide D. assume exist? 解题思路:抉择于 A. pretend 和 D. assume 之间, B. just as C. just after D. even though 32 they were bananas in 解题思路: 利用语法分析解题, You can try to treat emotions 32 they were bananas in the cupboard. You can 35 33

34 . And at last you‘ll have to

them. Just like

绝对相近法: 它是从选项着手分析的, 若四个选项中有两个选项绝对矛盾、 相近和对立, 那么正确选项大多在这两个对立项之间产生,二者必居其一,至于究竟是两者中的哪一个, 则需进一步根据上下文的语境判断。注意固定的搭配,包括动词与介词的搭配、动词与名词 的搭配以及形容词与名词的搭配等,同时要根据内容选择正确的短语。 34. A. in 35. A. eat up B. around B. deal with C. over C. throw away D. beyond D. send out 解题思路: exist =be there, there= in? around? Over? beyond? 解题思路:容易错选 C.throw away,概括的是解。

高考英语完型填空实战演练二( 共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分 )

Anna arrived far too early. Usually she left things to the last minute, very special occasion. It was almost 17 cause the plane to arrive sooner: 19 notice that I‘m wearing a 20

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today was a 18 to

by getting there an hour beforehand that she 21

raced through her mind. ―Do I look all right? Will he me? "After all,it was a year

trouser suit? Will he even

almost to the day since she had 22 seen Joe. She fished a 23 out of her handbag and inspected her face. Too much make-up?. Joe had 24 made any comment but she knew that he did not approve of (赞成) heavy make-up—―gilding the lily‖, he 25 importance she attached to everything to 28 right· 30 , of the 31 him to be the guest lecturer at 26 it. It was funny how much a good impression on him. After all,friends do not judge each

other by 27 All the same,it was the first meeting after a long separation,and she wanted Looking out of the window, Joe 29 a first glimpse, through a break in the town far below. Certainly it was very flattering that they had Courtesy(礼貌) ,had. 32

their Autumn Congress yet again. The Chairman of the Organizing Committee,as a matter of to meet him at the airport,as he had done on previous occasions. 34 because Joe was quite familiar with the city, This time, 33 ,it was not necessary, meet him. 16. A. and 17. A. because 18. A. thought 19. A. Idea 20. A. new 21. A. like 22. A. before 23. A. purse 24. A. never 25. A. told 26. A. offering 27. A. appearance 28. A. come across 29. A. caught 30. A. air 31. A. employed 32. A. offered 33. A. therefore 34. A. luckily 35. A. put B. but B. since B. liked B. Facts B. strange B. recognize B. recently B. handkerchief B. almost B. called B. taking B. clothes B. turn up B. left B. rain B. invited, B. arrived B. however B. really B. make C. for C. as if C. had C. Thoughts C. latest C. terrify C. last C. mirror C. often C. saw C. having C. make-up C. go off C. enjoyed C. train C. told C. intended C. instead C. partly C. take
16-20 BCDCA

but mainly because Anna had said that she could 35 the afternoon off in order to come and D. as D. when D. hoped D. Matters D. single D. tell D. most D. book D. regularly D. thought D. making D. looking D. get out D. met D. clouds D. informed D. attempted D. as well D. separately D. leave
31-35 BABCC

21-25 BCCAB 26-30 DACAD

高考英语完型填空实战演练二( 共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分 )

Anna arrived far too early. Usually she left things to the last minute, 16 very special occasion. It was almost notice that I‘m wearing a 20 17 cause the plane to arrive sooner : 19

today was a

by getting there an hour beforehand that she 18 to raced through her mind. ―Do I look all right? Will he 21 me? "After all,it was a year

trouser suit? Will he even

almost to the day since she had 22 seen Joe. She fished a 23 out of her handbag and inspected her face. Too much make-up?. Joe had 24 made any comment but she knew that he did not approve of (赞成) heavy make-up—―gilding the lily‖, he 25 importance she attached to everything to 28 16. A. and right· B. but C. for D. as 26 it. It was funny how much a good impression on him. After all,friends do not judge each

other by 27 All the same,it was the first meeting after a long separation,and she wanted

解题思路:转折特点:一句肯定,一句否定; 前后句有一组反义词; 前句是形副词原级, 后句是比较级;前句是一般过去式,后句是一般现在时或前句是过去完成时,后句是一般过 去式;后句有一‖still‖词;前句有―Maybe‖, ―Perhaps‖, ―It meight be‖等表示―可能‖的副词。 17. A. because 18. A. thought 19. A. Idea even 21 B. since B. liked B. Facts C. as if C. had C. Thoughts 19 D. when D. hoped D. Matters 20 trouser suit? Will he 解题思路:利用语法分析解题,because,since,when 接句子。 解题思路: sooner 是将来时间状语,hope 与将来时有关! 解题思路:―Do I look all right? Will he notice that I‘m wearing a me? 这两个问句说明她在想。Think =

raced through her mind.?

20. A. new B. strange C. latest D. single 解题思路:利用排除法解题 I‘m wearing a 20 trouser suit? Will he even 21 recognize me? "怀疑是否能 recognize 我,说明 I‘m wearing a 20 trouser suit? 21. A. like B. recognize C. terrify D. tell 解题思路:代入法 22. A. before 解题思路:代入法 23. A. purse 24. A. never 25. A. told 26. A. offering 27. A. appearance 28. A. come across B. handkerchief ? C. often C. saw it.=he 25 C. having C. make-up ?概括的是解。 C. go off D. get out 30 , of the D. regularly D. thought it ―gilding the lily‖? D. making D. looking B. almost B. called B. taking B. clothes B. turn up C. mirror D. book 解题思路:与 make-up 相关的是 解题思路: but 说明前面应是否定词。 解题思路:代入法―gilding the lily‖,he 25 解题思路:代入法,词汇辨析 解题思路: judge each other by 27 B. recently C. last D. most

解题思路:联想法 Everything goes well,Everything 与 go 搭配! Looking out of the window, Joe 29 a first glimpse, through a break in the

town far below. Certainly it was very flattering that they had

31 him to be the guest lecturer at

their Autumn Congress yet again. The Chairman of the Organizing Committee,as a matter of Courtesy (礼貌) , had 32 to meet him at the airport, as he had done on previous occasions. This time, him. 29. A. caught B. left C. enjoyed D. met 解题思路:固定搭配,包括动词与介词的搭配、动词与名词的搭配以及形容词与名词的 搭配等,同时要根据内容选择正确的短语。删除干扰部分,就是将起干扰作用的定语从句、 介词短语或插入语删除 Joe 29 a first glimpse, through a break in the below. 30. A. air 天空中 挡了一下? B. invited B. arrived B. however C. told C. intended C. instead D. informed ? D. attempted D. as well B. rain C. train D. clouds 解题思路:the town far below.暗示是从飞机向下看,突然 a break 看不到了片刻是因为 31. A. employed 32. A. offered 33. A. therefore 30 , of the town far 33 ,it was not necessary 34 because Joe was quite familiar with the city, but 35 the afternoon off in order to come and meet mainly because Anna had said that she could

解题思路:Autumn Congress 与 guest lecturer 有关的动词是 解题思路:intended 与 attempted 近义,应排除,承诺去接。

解题思路:转折特点:一句肯定,一句否定; 前后句有一组反义词; 前句是形副词原级, 后句是比较级;前句是一般过去式,后句是一般现在时或前句是过去完成时,后句是一般过 去式;后句有一‖still‖词;前句有―Maybe‖, ―Perhaps‖, ―It meight be‖等表示―可能‖的副词。 34. A. luckily B. really C. partly D. separately 解题思路:转折特点:一句肯定,一句否定; 前后句有一组反义词; 前句是形副词原级, 后句是比较级;前句是一般过去式,后句是一般现在时或前句是过去完成时,后句是一般过 去式;后句有一‖still‖词;前句有―Maybe‖, ―Perhaps‖, ―It meight be‖等表示―可能‖的副词。后 面句子中 it was not necessary because Joe was quite familiar with the city, but mainly

because Anna had said that she could take the afternoon off 提示未知的空应是 mainly 的反义词。 35. A. put B. make C. take D. leave

解题思路:固定搭配,包括动词与介词的搭配、动词与名词的搭配以及形容词与名词的 搭配等, 同时要根据内容选择正确的短语。 不知道 take off 是请假的话, 联想 have two days off 是请 2 天假的意思也行,因为词组也含 off.

2016 年吴军高考英语语法填空高频规律教案
纯空格题:考查冠词、代词、介词和连词等四类词。

有提示题: 谓语动词的时态和语态(主谓一致) 非谓语动词 形容词和副词及比较级、最高级和词类转换(词性转换、加否定或反义的前/后缀)等。

语法填空七字诀: ―全‖:看完整句; ―位‖:确定空格所处的位置,分清在句子当中充当什么作用(词性为主) ; ―考‖:知道考什么; ―形‖:知道用什么形式(主被动,词性的变化,特别是不规则词形的变化和书写等) ; ―断‖:对于长难句,要学会断句(断成相对完整的小单位,使空格的位置明朗化) ; ―删‖:对于复杂句,要学会删掉修饰部分,让句子的基本结构浮出水面。 ―查‖:填完后,读一遍,看是否自然通顺、前后一致、符合逻辑,看整体是否完整。

2016 年吴军高考英语语法填空词易错点归纳
容易拼写错的数字: 1. eighth 第八 2. ninth 第九 3. forty 四十 4. twelfth 第十二 5. twentieth 第二十 以下动词加-ed 或-ing 要双写最后一个字母: 双写规则口诀:重读闭音节有特点,词尾是两―辅‖夹一―元‖。 若把-ing,-er(-est),-ed 添,辅音字母要双写全。 注:两―辅‖夹一―元‖:指单词最后三个字母是―辅音字母+元音字母+辅音字母‖(最后 一个字母如是 w,x,y 除外),其中元音字母所发的音是该单词的重音。即―以一个辅音字 母结尾的重读闭音节词‖。

1. admit (admitted, admitting) 承认 2. permit (permitted, permitting)允许 3. regret (regretted, regretting) 后悔 4. forget (forgotten, forgetting ) 忘记 unforgettable 5. control (controlled, controlling) 控制 6. occur (occurred, occurring) 出现 7. prefer (preferred, preferring) 宁愿 8. refer (referred, referring) 提到 9. equip (equipped, equipping) 装备 注意:quarrel, signal, travel 中的 l 可双写(英国英语)也可不双写(美国英语) 另 外注意 destroy (destroyed), employ (employed),shyer; shyest.

部分过去式和过去分词不规则变化的动词: 1. broadcast (broadcast, broadcast) 广播 2. flee (fled, fled) 逃跑 3. forbid (forbade, forbidden) 禁止 4. forgive (forgave, forgiven) 原谅 5. freeze (froze, frozen) 结冰 6. hang (作―绞死‖讲,是规则的;作―悬挂‖讲,其过去式过去分词都是 hung) 7. lie (作―说谎‖讲时,是规则的;作―位于‖讲时,其过去式是 lay,过去分词是 lain) 8. seek (sought, sought) 寻求 9. shake (shook, shaken) 发抖

10. sing (sang, sung) 唱歌 11. sink (sank, sunk/sunken) 下沉 12. spread (spread, spread) 传播 13. swim (swam, swum) 游泳 14. tear (tore, torn) 撕碎 15. weave (wove, woven) 编织

注意形容词变名词时的拼写变化: 1. long—length 长度— lengthen 加长 2. wide—width 宽度—widen 3. high—height 高度—heighten 4. strong—strength 力量 —strengthen 5.deep—depth—deepen 6. short—shortness—shorten 7.broad—broadness—broaden 8.large—largeness—enlarge

以-ic 结尾的动词,应先把-ic 变为-ick,再加 ing 或 ed:

2016 年吴军高考英语语法填空词类转换

A. v.
appoint disable absent ability; inability; disability absence absolute; absoluteness absorb accept access acceptance access accident accomplish achieve act activate addict accomplishment achievement action activity addiction addition adjust admire admit advance advantage advertise advise age agree adjustment admiration admission advance advantage advertisement advice age agreement agriculture allow allowance aged agreeable agricultural allowable advanced advantageous admirable active addicted additional achievable

n.
actual

adj.
appointed able; unable;disabled /appointment absent absolute absorbed acceptable accessible accidental;

adv.
actually

absolutely

accidentally

吴军高频考点归纳一、代词、冠词高频考点
代词高频考点: ⑴. 不定代词 something, anything, everything, nothing, someone, somebody, anybody 等的用法; ⑵. 替代词 it, that, those , one/ ones 的用法; ⑶. it 的特殊用法; ⑷. 指示代词 this, that, these, those, such 等的用法; ⑸. 人称代词格的变化; ⑹. 物主代词、反身代词及疑问代词的用法。 【解题思路】 ⑴. 代词代的是人还是物; ⑵. 代词代的是可数名词还是不可数名词; ⑶. 代词代的是特指还是泛指; ⑷. 代词指代的概念是表示两者之间还是三者或三者以上; ⑸. 代词表示的是肯定还是否定概念; ⑹. 修饰名词的不定代词 (another, the other, many, much, either, neither, both, any, all, each 等) 冠词高频考点: 若 空 格 后 面 的 名 词 或 形 容 词 + 名 词 前 没 有 物 主 代 词 his/her/my 等 、 不 定 代 some/any/other/another 等、名词所有格、指示代词 this/that/these/those 等限定词时,很可能 填冠词。 【解题思路】 1) . 如果空格及后面的名词可翻译成― 一个 ( 本、种、杯 ------)‖时,一般填 a/an.;如果 可翻译成― 这、这些、那、那些 ‖时, 一般填 the . 2) . 泛指填 a\an , 特指填 the. 3). 如果名词后面有: of 短语、不定式、分词或从句等做定语时可能填 the. a/an/the 用法顺口溜: 特指双熟悉, 上文已提及;世上独无二, 序数最高级;普转专有名, 习语及乐器。

1、缺主语或宾语,一定是填代词或名词(多考代词)。 [例 27] I can send a message to Kenya whenever I want to, and __38_ gets there almost in a second.

and 连接前后两个句子,and 后面的句子缺主语,应填名词或代词;结合前一分句,不难推知,―马上 可到达那里‖的是 the message,替代 the message 用代词 it。

2、名词前是空格,若该名词前没有限定词,很可能是填冠词 his, their 等形容词性物主 代词,或 some, any, other(s), another 等限定词。 [例 28] It is said that a short-tempered man in the Song Dynasty (960—1279) was very anxious to help __33__ rice crop grow up quickly.
名词 rice crop 前还没有限定词,应当填限定词;根据句意,这个急性子人当然是急于使―他的‖禾苗长 得快,故填形容词性物主代词 his。

[例 29] The little boy pulled ___33___ right hand out of the pocket … (his) [例 30] …the head of the village was tying up his horse to my car to pull it to__35_ small town some 20 kilometres away where there was a garage.
因单数可数名词 town 前还没有限定词,应填限定词;根据句意,是指将车拉到离那里大约有 20 公里 远的一个小镇上去修理,表示―一个‖,用不定冠词,故填 a。

〖2015 湖南卷〗You need to learn how to sort through and find the relevant information for your particular project. Also, 55 need to check the accuracy of it.

〖2015 广东卷〗Now it occurred to ___25___ that his farm had much potential and that the death of the cow was a bit of luck. 〖2015 新课标 I 卷〗It was raining lightly when I arrived in Yangshuo just before dawn. But I didn‘t care. A few hours before, I‘d been at home in Hong Kong, with __63_(it) choking smog. 〖2015 新课标 II 卷〗 The adobe dwellings (土坯房) 61 (build)by the Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest are admired by even 62 most modern of architects and engineers. 49 library to find the

〖2015 湖南卷〗For all you information, you don't have to go to

relevant resource and take notes on it. Instead, you can find some sources from the Internet 〖2015 广东卷〗Mr. Johnson lived in the woods with his wife and children. He owned ___16___ farm, which looked almost abandoned. luckily, he also had a cow which produced milk every day.

55.you

25. him

63. its

62.the

49.the

16. a

〖2014 辽宁卷〗 Jonny: Keep holding your position for a while. It helps develop your strength and flexibility. Raise your leg and let 65 stay in the air for seconds. 63___most outstanding examples

〖2014 新课标卷〗Now, ears later, this river is one of _ of environmental cleanup.

〖2014 湖南卷〗By avoiding things likely to upset your neighbors, you can enjoy friendly relationship with them.

52

〖2014 湖南卷〗We can choose our friends, but usually we cannot choose our neighbors. However, to get a happy home life, we have to get along with 48 as well as possible. 49 . People

〖2014 湖南卷〗An important quality in a neighbor is consideration for should not do things which will disturb their neighbors unnecessarily.

〖2014 广东卷〗She apologized for the mistake and gave us a spare VIP room on ___23_ _ top floor. We had never stayed in such an amazing room, and we weren‘t charged extra. 〖2014 广东卷〗Last year, my brother and I went to Miami for a vacation. Some of my friends who had been there before said_ 16___ was a wonderful holiday destination. Before we went, we had planned for months. When the day came, we were ready.

65. it, it 就是指前面的 raise your leg 中的 your leg。用 it 指代上文提及的同一事物。 63. the,本句横线后面的 most 是最高级的形式,所以使用 the most outstanding 的形式。 52. a, 察冠词。本横线后面的名词 relationship 是一个可数名词,使用 a 修饰表示泛指。句义:通过避

免做这些让邻居难受的事情,你可以和邻居有很好的关系。 48. them,考察上下文串联。本句中的 them 就是指第一句中的 neighbors。句义:我们可以选择朋友, 但是我们不能选择邻居。然而,为了幸福的家庭生活,我们不得不要和邻居尽可能地好好相处。 49. others,考察代词。Others 其他人;句义:在邻里相处方面一个很重要的品质就是要为他人做考虑。 Others 是没有范围限制的其他人,本句中没有提及范围限制。 23. the, 本句使用定冠词 the 表示特指,特指她给了我们一个在顶楼上的 VIP 的套房。 16. it ,考察代词。在英语中通常使用 it 指代上文说过的同一个事物,以避免重复。本句中的 it 就是 指第一句里提及的 Miami。句意:一些去过那里的朋友告诉我说那是一个很理想的度假的地方。

2016年吴军高考英语阅读7选5满分秘术

洞穿七选五教案
由点入面、以点串面! “衔接性”通过复现,结构,逻辑等定位思维进行连贯性匹配; “相近性”通过指代,结构,同现优先法则,促使选项与空格前后一致性。 7 选 5 解题秘术: 定位法 1:复现,同现 定位法 2: 定位法 3: 定位法 4: 定位法 5: 定位法 6: 定位法 7: “不确定或疑问”: “选择”: “总分段落暗示词” : “正负” :

定位法 8: 定位法 9:

三大纪律: 第一 第二 第三

八项注意: 1.连接词一般可为副词 but, yet, also, however, besides 等, 关注 not only (merely, simply, just)…but also(rather)…及 not…but…等。 2. 3 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.重新阅读相关词句,重点做刚才没做出的题或不确定的题,此时可将已选 出的答案代入原文,利用排除法。 优先法则: 逻辑结构优先,指代优先,同现优先! 结构逻辑关系模棱两可处,可对比…; 复现关系模棱两可处,可对比…; 指代关系模棱两可处,可对比复现和同现的唯一性。
【2015· 新课标全国 I】 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选 项,选项中有两项为多余选项。 Building Trust in a Relationship Again Trust is a learned behavior that we gain from past experiences, 36 .Trust is a risk. But you

can‘t be successful when there‘s a lack of trust in a relationship that results from an action where the wrongdoer takes no responsibility to fix the mistake. Unfortunately, we‘ve all been victims of betrayal. Whether we‘ve been stolen from, lied to , misled, or cheated on, there are different levels of losing trust. Sometimes people simply can‘t trust anymore, 37. It‘s understandable, but if you‘re willing to build trust in a relationship again,

we have some steps you can take to get you there. ? 38 having confidence in yourself will help you make better choices because you can

see what the best outcome would be for your well-being. ? 39 If you‘ve been betrayed, you are the victim of your circumstance. But there‘s a

difference between being a victim and living with a ―victim mentality‖. At some point in all of our lives, we‘ll have our trust tested or violated. ? You didn‘t lose ―everything‖. Once trust is lost, what is left? Instead of looking at the

situation from this hopeless angle, look at everything you still have and be thankful for all of the good in your life. 40 instead, it‘s a healthy way to work through the experience to allow room for positive growth and forgiveness. A. Learn to really trust yourself. B. It is putting confidence in someone. C. Stop regarding yourself as the victim. D. Remember that you can expect the best in return. E. They‘ve been too badly hurt and they can‘t bear to let it happen again. F. This knowledge carries over in their attitude toward their future relationships. G. Seeing the positive side of things doesn‘t mean you‘re ignoring what happened. Building Trust in a Relationship Again 【2015 新课标全国 I】 Trust is a learned behavior that we gain from past experiences, 36 B.Trust is a risk. But you can‘t be successful when there‘s a lack of trust in a relationship that

results from an action where the wrongdoer takes no responsibility to fix the mistake. Unfortunately, we‘ve all been victims of betrayal. Whether we‘ve been stolen from, lied to , misled, or cheated on, there are different levels of losing trust. Sometimes people simply can‘t trust anymore, 37 E . It‘s understandable, but if you‘re willing to build trust in a relationship

again, we have some steps you can take to get you there. ? 38A having confidence in yourself will help you make better choices because you can

see what the best outcome would be for your well-being. ? 39 C If you‘ve been betrayed, you are the victim of your circumstance. But there‘s a

difference between being a victim and living with a ―victim mentality‖. At some point in all of our lives, we‘ll have our trust tested or violated. ? You didn‘t lose ―everything‖. Once trust is lost, what is left? Instead of looking at the

situation from this hopeless angle, look at everything you still have and be thankful for all of the good in your life. 40 G instead, it‘s a healthy way to work through the experience to allow room for positive growth and forgiveness. A.Learn to really trust yourself. B.It is putting confidence in someone. C.Stop regarding yourself as the victim. D.Remember that you can expect the best in return. E.They‘ve been too badly hurt and they can‘t bear to let it happen again. F.This knowledge carries over in their attitude toward their future relationships. G.Seeing the positive side of things doesn‘t mean you‘re ignoring what happened.

【2014 全国新课标】 从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。 The jobs of the future have not yet been invented. 36 . By helping them develop classic

skills that will serve them well no matter what the future holds.

1.Curiosity Your children need to be deeply curious. 37 . Ask kids, ―What ingredients (配料)can we add to make these pancakes even better next time ?‖ and then try them out. Ingredients make the pancakes better? What could we try next time? 2. Creativity True creativity is the ability to take something existing and create something new 38. There are a dozen different things you can do with them. Experimenting with materials to create something new can go a long way in helping them develop their creativity. 3.Personal skills Understanding how others feel can be a challenge for kids. We know what‘s going on inside our own head, but what about others? Being able to read people helps kid from misreading a situation and jumping to false conclusions. 39 . ―Why do you think she‘s crying?‖ ―Can you tell how that man is feeling by looking at his face?‖ ―If someone were to do that to you, how would you feel?‖ 4. Self Expression 40 . there are many ways to express thoughts and ideas –music, acting, drawing,building,

photography. You may find that your child is attracted by one more than another. A. Encourage kids to cook with you. B. And we can‘t forget science education. C. We can give kids chances to think about materials in new ways. D. So how can we help our kids prepare for jobs that don‘t yet exist? E. Gardening is another great activity for helping kids develop this skill. F. We can do this in real life or ask questions about characters in stories. G. Being able to communicate ideas in a meaningful way is a valuable skill.

36. 【答案】D 【解析】推理题。根据前一句 The jobs of the future have not yet been invented 未来的工 作还没有发明出来。 所以我们也不知道它们究竟是什么样子的。 更谈不上让我们的孩子为之

做好准备。我们能做的就是让我们的孩子练好传统的技能。 37. 【答案】A 【解析】推理题。根据下一行―What ingredients (配料)can we add to make these pancakes even better next time ?‖可知本段讲述的是做饭,这也是一项传统技能。我们要鼓励孩子和我 们一起做饭,通过孩子的好奇心来培养这种传统的技能。 38. 【答案】C 【解析】推理题。根据前面一句 True creativity is the ability to take something existing and create something new 真正的创造能力是从现存的东西里创造出新的东西的能力。 所以我们给 孩子机会让他们用新的方法来考虑这些现有的事物,以此来培养他们的创造能力。只有 C 项符合上下文串联。 39. 【答案】F 【解析】 根据下面的三个问题―Why do you think she‘s crying?‖ ―Can you tell how that man is feeling by looking at his face?‖ ―If someone were to do that to you, how would you feel?‖ 可知我们要让孩子来思考为什么别人会有各种行为。 以此培养他们理解他人思想的能力, 以 免错误的判断形势得出错误的结论。 所以问一下故事里的有关问题可以培养孩子这方面的能 力。F 项符合上下文语境。 40. 【答案】G 【解析】根据 music, acting, drawing,building, photography.可知这些都是我们表达自己思 想的有效方法, 能够让孩子有这些有效的方法进行表达思想也是一种很重要的技巧。 我们要 培养孩子这方面的能力。故 G 项符合上下文语境。

2016 年吴军高考英语阅读矩阵法则迅捷提分体系

阅读出题点、题干定位与选项高频规律
内容提要:

一、出题点设置原则 二、题干与文章定位原则 能够文中定位的阅读题 不能文中定位的阅读题 三、名师吴军阅读题定位之思考方向及锦囊妙计! 1.找到信息点后,发现什么情况是答案? 2.找不到或找不全关键字无法确定出题点时,如何寻找暗示? 3.根据选项寻找答案! 4.通过过程和结果巧思维迅速发现或纠正答案! 5. 根据选项中相同的关键字或选项中的答案特征(词)到短文中回查! 6.出题点看不明白,如何寻找暗示? 7.定位点前后找不到答案,如何寻找暗示? 8.注意定位点指向原则。 9.一般情况下,定位点就近原则找名词,但要观察接下来的一句是否被强调,也就是
说……。

10.无论是定位处就近原则,还是对比出题点,首先要如何?什么是陷阱? 11.文章首尾句或段中反复出现时间状语,则选项一定含有与时间关联的词汇,它们是
哪些词汇?

12.无出题点或概括题,如何寻找暗示? 四、名师吴军之答案核对与确认原则及技巧!
不要试图从原文去“得到”答案,而是按照标准化试题的固有规律,采用选项比较、找 相对最好的答案。 原文的作用:能很容易地告诉你哪个选项是肯定不对的,与原文一点关 系都没有的选项肯定不对,要排除掉;能告诉你哪些选项可能正确,部分意思与原文沾边的 选项,留下来比较。 1.答案筛选 8 个原则:对比选项中哪个相对最好,而不是与原文是否完全一致。 2.排除的选项一?名词除外! ) 。

3.排除的选项二? 4.总分结构,分段(句)都是祈使句或含有“how”的特殊疑问句,则选项中一定会含有 哪些单词? 5.在主旨或推理型阅读题中,优先排除的选项三? 6.根据选项与信息点的关系来解题!

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有下列的机会你想要吗? 1. 耗时最少,最短 3 秒、最长 45 秒之内,即可找出正确答案; 2. 准确率最高,至少是 90%、绝大多数接近 100%的准确率; 3. 掌握最容易,学会使用一个技巧,最多只需花费 5 分钟; 4. 吴军老师首次课英语提 5-10 分,10-20 次课提 20-73 分! 瞬间即可成为考试高手,考试将会变得很容易! 若家庭条件不好的话,可以不传授知识,只传授解题秘诀! 不看文章和题干,只是比较四个选项,就能选出正确答案?! 遇到吃不准选项的题(即不会做的题) ,可以 90%概率猜中正确答案?! 36. A. worried B. sad C. surprised D. nervous

36 题的正确答案是 C, ABD 都是一个人状态不好的倾向词,而 C 则为中性 词,表述态度不一致者是答案。.

52. A. Largely

B. Generally

C. Gradually

D. Probably

52 题的正确答案是 C, ABD 都是含义不肯定的副词,排除表述不明确的选 项,答案就水落石出了. 如果你知道了这些秘诀, 你就可以解决很多类似的完型填

空题! 试试看,只是比较选项,你是否能够在 5 秒之内选出正确答案?

56. From Paragragh 1 we learn that the villagers A.worked very hard for centuries B.dreamed of having a better life C.were poor but somewhat content D.lived a different life from their forefathers

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56 题的正确答案是 C, 选项中表述的内容前后相互矛盾的是答案! 思路 很简单,如果你掌握了其中的秘诀,抛开文章,你也可以很快选出正确答案. 真 的有这么神奇吗?是!一点儿没错!效果是绝对的真实!作为一种标准化考试, 选择题本身是有很多缺陷的,这些缺陷就是暗示点,就是解题的突破口!本套密籍 教案通过对 10 年真题的长时间的研究,对这些暗示点进行了全面、深入、细致 的挖掘和整理,将其转化为超级解题秘诀!

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七品芝麻官,说的是这个官很小,就是芝麻那么小的一点. 《阿里巴巴》用 ―芝麻开门‖,讲的是―以小见大‖. 就是那点芝麻,竟把那个庞然大门给―点‖开了. 以点成线、以点带面、两线交点、三线共点、还有顶点、焦点、极限点等等,足

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西餐宴上,摆着漂亮的什锦比萨. 众人虽然都在称好,但没有一人动手. 原来这东西罩 在一个透明的―玻璃盒‖里,不知从哪儿打开,大家只好故作谦让,互相叫―请‖.? 一小孩不顾礼节,拿着餐刀往―盒‖上直戳,七戳,八戳,戳到了―玻璃盒‖的花纹处,此 时盒子竟像莲花一样自动地启开了. 大家惊喜,夸这孩子有见识. 其实,这孩子的成功在他 的―敢于一试‖,在试试中碰到了盒子的入口.? 高考英语何尝没遇上这种情境?我们有时苦心焦虑地寻找破题的入口, 其实, 自己此时 正站在入题的大门口前,只是不敢动手一试.吴军老师不过是在日以继夜的研究教学过程中, 发现了迅捷提分和满分密码的入口,进入后,不断的深入而已!

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关羽不同于诸葛. 诸葛是智星,靠着扇子;关羽是武士,用的大刀. ―过关斩 将‖用这大刀,―水淹七军‖用这大刀. 关羽的―切瓜分片‖是什么意思?切者,七刀 也,分者,八刀也!再难的高考英语完形和阅读题,经过这七刀、八刀,最后不 就粉碎了吗!强军高考英语暗示点全归纳,高频答案词一本通,阅读矩阵法则,完 型胜经等 7 刀 8 剑将助您―过关斩将‖!

名师吴军 36 技之 5

内容相似,都排除!

目前,高考英语选择题只能选取一个正确答案!

名师吴军 36 技之 7 内容相反,取其一! 有一大汉,想进某屋. 门上并未加锁,但他久推不开,弄得满头大汗. 后面传来一位小姐轻轻的声音:―先生别推,请向后拉!‖ 大汉真的向后一拉,果然门就轻轻地开了 . 大汉奇怪地问:―这门上并没有

写拉字,你怎么知道是拉门的呢?‖ 小姐答:―因为我看到你推了半天,门还不动,那就只有拉了!‖

名师吴军 36 技之 8

结构相似,取其一! (有众多相同的词)

一时装模特,在表演时,自己笑了,台下一片喝彩声. 她自感成功,下去向 老板索奖. 谁知老板不仅没奖,反而把她炒了. 冤枉不?不冤枉!模特二字,特 是幌子,模是目的. 模特表演是不能笑的. 试想,模特一笑,只能显示模特本人 的特色,谁还去看她身上的服装呢?所以,模特一笑,特在模掉!

就算是 believe 中间还有个 lie, 甄教案,真高分!

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〖2015 上海卷〗 During the last few years, business executives and book writers looking for a new way to advise corporate America have been exploiting Shakespeare‘s wisdom for profitable ends. None more so than husband and wife team Kenneth and Carol Adelman, well-known advisers to the White House, who started up a training company called ―Movers and Shakespeares‖. They are amateur Shakespeare scholars and Shakespeare lovers, and they have combined their passion and their high level contacts into a management training business. They conduct between 30 and 40 workshops annually, focusing on half a dozen different plays, mostly for corporations, but also for government agencies. The workshops all take the same form, focusing on a single play as a kind of case study, and using individual scenes as specific lessons. In Julius Caesar , sly provocation(狡诈的挑唆) of Brutus to take up arms against the what was a basis for a discussion of methods of team building and grass roots organism. Although neither of the Adelmans is academically trained in literature, the programmes, contain plenty of Shakespeare tradition and background. Their workshop on Henry V, for example,

includes a helpful explanation of Henry‘s winning strategy at the Battle of Agincourt. But they do come to the text with a few biases (偏向): their reading of Henry V minimizes his misuse of power. Instead, they emphasize the story of the youth who seizes opportunity and becomes a masterful leader. And at the workshop on Caesar, Mr. Adelmans had little good to say about Brutus, saying ―the noblest Roman of them all‖ couldn‘t make his mind up about things. Many of the participants pointed to very specific elements in the play that they felt related Caesar‘s pride, which led to his murder, and Brutus‘s mistakes in leading the after the murder, they said, raise vital questions for anyone serving as a business when and how do you resist the boss? 74. According to the passage, the Adelmans set up ―Movers and Shakespeares‖ to ________. A. help executives to understand Shakespeare‘s plays better B. give advice on leadership by analyzing Shakespeare‘s plays C. provide case studies of Shakespeare‘s plays in literature workshops D. guide government agencies to follow the characters in Shakespeare‘s plays. 75. Why do the Adelmans conduct a workshop on Henry V? ((转折句考点) A. To highlight the importance of catching opportunities. B. To encourage masterful leaders to plan strategies to win. C. To illustrate the harm of prejudices in management. D. To warn executives against power misuse. ((段首尾句考点)

〖2015 北京卷〗Technological change is everywhere and affects every aspect of life, mostly for the better. However, social changes brought about by new technology are often mistaken for a change in attitudes. An example at hand is the involvement of parents in the lives of their children who are attending college. Surveys (调查) on this topic suggests that parents today continue to be ―very‖ or ―somewhat‖ overly-protective even after their children move into college dormitories. The same surveys also indicate that the rate of parental involvement is greater today than it was a generation ago. This is usually interpreted as a sign that today‘s parents are trying to manage their children‘s lives past the point where this behavior is appropriate. However, greater parental involvement does not necessarily indicate that parents are failing to let go of their ―adult‖ children. In the context (背景) of this discussion, it seems valuable to first find out the cause of change in the case of parents‘ involvement with their grown children. If parents of earlier generations had wanted to be in touch with their college-age children frequently, would this have been possible? Probably not. On the other hand, does the possibility of frequent communication today mean that the urge to do so wasn‘t present a generation ago? Many studies show that older parents - today‘s

grandparents - would have called their children more often if the means and cost of doing so had not been a barrier. Furthermore, studies show that finances are the most frequent subject of communication between parents and their college children. The fact that college students are financially dependent on their parents is nothing new; nor are requests for more money to be sent from home. This phenomenon is neither good nor bad; it is a fact of college life, today and in the past. Thanks to the advanced technology, we live in an age of bettered communication. This has many implications well beyond the role that parents seem to play in the lives of their children who have left for college. But it is useful to bear in mind that all such changes come from the technology and not some imagined desire by parents to keep their children under their wings. 67. The surveys inform us of ______. (连字符考点) A. the development of technology B. the changes of adult children‘s behavior C. the parents‘ over-protection of their college children D. the means and expenses of students‘ communication 68. The writer believes that ______. (文章中心词沾边考点) A. parents today are more protective than those in the past B. the disadvantages of new technology outweigh its advantages C. technology explains greater parental involvement with their children D. parents‘ changed attitudes lead to college children‘s delayed independence

〖2015 湖北卷〗―I see you‘ve got a bit of water on your coat,‖ said the man at the petrol station. ―Is it raining out there?‖―No, it‘s pretty nice,‖ I replied, checking my sleeve. ―Oh, right. A pony(马驹) bit me earlier.‖ As it happened, the bite was virtually painless: more the kind of small bite you might get from a naughty child. The pony responsible was queuing up for some ice cream in the car park near Haytor, and perhaps thought I‘d jumped in ahead of him. The reason why the ponies here are naughty is that Haytor is a tourist-heavy area and tourists are constantly feeding the ponies foods, despite sighs asking them not to. By feeding the ponies, tourists increase the risk of them getting hit by a car, and make them harder to gather during the area‘s annual pony drift(迁移). The purpose of a pony drift is to gather them up so their health can be checked, the baby ones can be stoped from feeding on their mother‘s milk, and those who‘ve gone beyond their limited area can be returned to their correct area. Some of them are also later sold, in order to limit the number of ponies according to the rules set by Natural England.

Three weeks ago, I witnessed a small near-disaster a few mils west of here. While walking, I noticed a pony roll over on his back. ―Hello!‖ I said to him, assuming he was just rolling for fun, but he was very still and, as I got closer, I saw him kicking his legs in the air and breathing heavily. I began to properly worry about him. Fortunately, I managed to get in touch with a Dartmoor‘s Livestock Protection officer and send her a photo. The officer immediately sent a local farmer out to check on the pony. The pony had actually been trapped between two rocks. The farmer freed him, and he began to run happily around again. 51.Why are tourists asked not to feed the ponies? (汉语标注及段尾句考点) A. To protect the tourists from being bitten C. To avoid putting the ponies in danger B. To keep the ponies off the petrol station D. To prevent the ponies from fighting

52.One of the purposes of the annual pony drift is ______________.(段尾句考点) A. to feed baby ponies on milk B. to control the number of ponies

C. to expand the habitat for ponies D. to sell the ponies at a good price 53.What as the author‘s first reaction when he saw a pony roll on its back? (转折关系考点) A. He freed it from the trap C. He worried about it very much B. He called a protection officer D. He thought of it as being naughty

〖2015 新课标 I 卷〗 Conflict is on the menu tonight at the caféLa Chope. This evening, as on every Thursday night, psychologist Maud Lehanne is leading two of France‘s favorite pastimes, coffee drinking and the ―talking cure‖. Here they are learning to get in touch with their true feelings. It isn‘t always easy. They customers - some thirty Parisians who pay just under $2 (plus drinks) per session - care quick to intellectualize (高谈阔论),slow to open up and connect. ―You are forbidden to say ?one feels,‘ or ?people think‘,‖ Lehane told them. ―Say ?I think,‘ ?Think me‘.‖ A café society where no intellectualizing is allowed?It couldn‘t seem more un-French.But Lehanne‘s psychology café is about more than knowing oneself:It‘s trying to help the city‘s troubled neighborhood cafes.Over the years,Parisian cafes have fallen victim to changes in the French lifestyle-longer working hours,a fast food boom and a younger generation‘s desire to spend more time at home. Dozens of new theme cafes appear to change the situation. Cafes focused around psychology, history, and engineering are catching on, filling tables well into the evening. 32.What are people encouraged to do at the cafe La Chope? (双引号及汉语标注考点) A. Learn a new subject C. Show off their knowledge. B. Keep in touch with friends. D. Express their true feelings.

〖2015 江苏卷〗Suppose you become a leader in an organization. It‘s very likely that you‘ll want to have volunteers to help with the organization‘s activities. To do so, it should help to understand why people undertake volunteer work and what keeps their interest in the work. Let‘s begin with the question of why people volunteer.Researchers have identified several factors that motivate people to get involved. For example,people volunteer to express personal values related to unselfishness,to expand their range of experiences,and to strengthen social relationships.If volunteer positions do not meet these needs, people may not wish to participate. To select volunteers, you may need to understand the motivations of the people you wish to attract. People also volunteer because they are required to do so. To increase levels of community service, some schools have launched compulsory volunteer programs. Unfortunately, these programs can shift people‘s wish of participation from an internal factor (e.g., ―I volunteer because it‘s important to me‖) to an external factor (e.g., ―I volunteer because I‘m required to do so‖). When that happens, people become less likely to volunteer in the future. People must be sensitive to this possibility when they make volunteer activities a must. 61.People volunteer mainly out of ______ . (小括号,转折关系考点) A. academic requirements C. financial rewards B. social expectations D. internal needs

〖2014 安徽卷 B〗Recordings of angry bees are enough to send big, tough African elephants running away, a new study says. Beehives (蜂窝)-either recorded or real-may even prevent elephants from damaging farmer's crops. In 2002, scientist Lucy King and her team found that elephants avoid certain trees with bees living in them. Today, Lucy wants to see if African honeybees might discourage elephants from

eating crops. But before she asked farmer to go to the trouble of setting up beehives on their farms, she needed to find out if the bees would scare elephants away. 60. We know from the passage that elephants may he frightened of A. loud noises B. some crops C. video cameras . D. angry bees

〖2014 湖南卷 C〗 Social science research has added a further dimension (方面) , suggesting that individuals’behaviour in the home can be personal and cannot be predicted 一 whether people throw open their windows rather than turn down the thermostat (恒温器) , for example. Janda argues that education is the key. She calls for a focused programme to teach people about buildings and their own behaviour in them.

70. What does the dimension added by social science research suggest? A.The social science research is to be furthered. B.The education programme is under discussion. C.The behaviour of building users is unpredictable. D.The behaviour preference of building users is similar.

〖2014 辽宁卷 A〗 Researchers performed experiments that aimed to find out whether using a laptop increased the tendency to make notes ―mindlessly‖ by taking down word for word what the professors said. In the first experiment, students were given either a laptop or pen and paper. They listened to the same lectures and were told to use their usual note-taking skills. Thirty minutes after the talk, they were examined on their ability to remember facts and on how well they understood concepts. 22. While taking notes, laptop users tend to be A. skillful C. thoughtful B. mindless D. tireless .

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〖2015 新课标 II〗But it may well be that the learning you really want else instead. I had the 43 of seeing this first hand on a 42 somewhere

44 .

My daughter plays on a recreational soccer team. They did well this season and so

45

a 46

tournament, which normally was only for more skilled club teams. This led to some experiences on Saturday as they played against teams 44.A. trip B. holiday 47 trained. D. square

C. weekend

〖2015 浙江卷〗On the surface, these people seem to be very lucky in life. As they left student life behind, many had a with Longtime roommates, and 23. A. last B. least

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drink at their cheap but friendly local bar, shook hands

24 out of small apartments into high buildings. C. second D. best 41 copy. show. So, I her

〖2014 北京卷〗One day, when I went into the classroom, I saw that Suzy had geography book to a picture of a train, and in her notebook, she had made a(n) 42 I was surprised and thought that she could do something in the coming took her to see the art teacher, Miss Parker, and showed her what Suzy had 43

44 . ―why, it‘s

wonderful,‖ said Miss Parker, who then showed us a poster she had painted 45 the talent show. 44. A. colored B. written C. carved D. drawn

〖2014 安徽卷〗After a while she said, "My dear, don't use any more taxis. I'm retired and it would be my pleasure to 48.A.inspire

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you wherever you wish." C. call D. drive

B. entertain

〖2014 江苏卷〗His Dad couldn't afford the 38 at college, so Dale had to ride horseback 12 miles to attend classes. Study had to be done 39 his farm-work routines. 39. A. between B. during C. over D. through

正负原则:―正”指积极的,肯定的(excited, improve, progress 等);

―负”

指祁使句 (be careful!) , 否定句, 否定词, 绝对词 (He didn’t go. never, seldom, no, nothing, little, few; always, only, all, any, every, the whole, must, completely 等.) 。 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------〖2015 北京卷〗―And we won‘t play so loud or late!‖ Dario said. He was already looking forward to 54 the new music. More than that, however, he was happy to see the big smile on

his mother‘s face. It gave him a feeling of 55. A. equality B. freedom

55 and made him feel that they were home at last.
C. warmth 42 D. sympathy . Dad had aged. He had

〖2015 陕西卷〗But this time , I noticed something wrinkles next to his eyes when he smiled, smile of a father who just wanted a good 44. A. convincing 45 43

his smile was still as

44

as before, the

for his family. C. cautious D. innocent

B. heartwarming

〖2015 浙江卷〗Since finishing my studies at Harvard and Oxford. I‘ve watched one friend after another land high-ranking, high-paying Wall Street jobs. As executives(高级管理人员) with banks, consulting firms, established law firms, and major corporations, many are now their way to impressive careers. By society‘s 21. A. much B. never 22 , they seem to have it made. C. seldom 45 D. well a tournament, which normally

21 on

〖2015 新课标 II〗They did well this season and so was only for more skilled club teams. This led to some played against teams 47. A. less

46 experiences on Saturday as they

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trained. B. poorly C. newly D. better

〖2014 浙江卷〗That was it. From that day on, Simon had sat up straighter, paid more attention, 36 more, and became happy. And it was all because he 37 to be the last kid in

the last row. The boy who most needed 36. A. slept B. smiled

38 was the one who took the last seat that day. C. shouted D. quarreled

时间线索:若出现了标志性的时间关联词汇,则将是重要的解题线索点!
develop(ment) ,spend time, occur= happen(take place) 发生, break out 爆发,news, date, time, the day arrived, 假期 (vacation, holiday, spring break, ask for leave, have two days off), to begin with, last=continue 持续, late, early, busy, accidently 偶然, immediate(ly)=at once 马 上, recent(ly)=lately 近来, eventually=finally=at last 最后, occasionaly 偶尔, frequently=often 经常, shortly=before long=soon。 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

〖2015 湖北卷〗You must shout, ―Hot news! Bomb bursting!‖ another newsboy Chad told Jason. ―_37__it‘s not in the paper at all,‖ replied Jason. ―Just run away quickly__38__they have time to see, and you‘ll__39_out and get your money,‖Chad said. 38.A.before B.since C.though 31 D.unless , which wasn‘t doing so well.

〖2015 陕西卷〗Two years later, Dad started his own That was when things started to used to. Mum and I became 33

32 . Dad didn‘t come home as early and as much as he with him for placing our family in trouble. With

34 , an

uncomfortable silence grew between us. 34. A. time B. patience C. speed D. ease

〖2014 山东卷 B〗Upon graduation, Charlotte 29 to Montreal and set up a private 30 . Three years later, she moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba, and there she was once again a Many of her patients were from the nearby timber and railway camps. 31. A. busy B. wealthy C. greedy D. lucky 56 things, which

31

doctor.

〖2014 新课标 I〗Before people retire, they usually 55 to do a lot of they never had

57 to do while working. But 58 after retirement, the golfing, the fishing, the . D. plan

reading and all of the other pastimes become as boring as the jobs they 59 55. A. need B. learn C. start

〖2014 新课标 II〗It was ___29___ for Joe to climb back or for Simon to pull him up. Joe‘s __30___ was pulling Simon slowly towards the precipice. ___31___, after more than an hour in the dark and the icy cold, Simon had to __32___. 31. A. Finally B. Patiently . C. Surely D. Quickly .

〖2011· 重庆卷〗The last time Dad and I set sail together is really 38 38.A.unforgivable B. unforgettable C. cheerful

D. regretful

〖2010· 全国Ⅱ卷〗Because we live in an age of 38 communication(通讯),people often 39 that they don‘t always have to phone or email. They have a 40 . And that is to write. 39.A.believe B.decide C.argue D. forget

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完形易经(高频答案词一本通)教案
一、什么是完形易经高频答案词?就是从 1500 篇高考真题及模拟试题中,联通和移动 出的 800-900 个高频答案词及其答案确认暗示词汇,是全国各省 21 年高考英语出题者的最 爱(截止至 2015 年高考英语真题),也是吴军老师夜以继日 11 年来最精华、最系统的总结! 2010 年某一天吴军老师随便抽出 10 年的高考真题,惊奇的发现 realize 和 recognize 竟然做了 37 次正确答案,延续到 2015 年高考也没有改变! 〖2015 北京卷〗51. A. realize 〖2014 四川卷〗19.A. supposed 〖2013 辽宁卷〗55. A. imagined B. remember B. realized B. decided C. understand C. hoped C. realized C. found C . believe D. accept D. pretended D. guessed D. invited D . expect D . considered D . prove D. acknowledged D. admitted D. explained D. supposed D. realize

〖2011 浙江卷〗29. A. recognized B. interviewed 〖2010 全国Ⅰ〗47. A. recognize 〖2010北京卷〗48. A. introduced 〖2010 全国Ⅰ〗51. A. realize 〖2010 北京卷〗49. A. confirmed 〖2009 辽宁卷〗46. A. learned 〖2008 四川卷〗35. A. realized 〖2005 北京卷〗52. A. realized 〖2005 浙江卷〗39. A. pretend B. answer

B. recognized C . identified B. suggest B. decided B. realized B. apologized C . hope C. realized C. recognized C. imagined

B. remembered C. imagined B. understand C. insist

二、什么是暗示词汇?就是沈阳吴军老师总结的确认答案的关联词汇或暗示点!

高频答案词 continue 的暗示点: 与持续性时间状语词汇 until, again, twice, over the

years 关联!
〖2014 山东卷〗 Charlotte 39 later at the age of 73. 39. A. continued B. promised C. pretended D. dreamed to practice without a license until 1912. She died four years

〖2008· 四川卷〗And so we

27 for another ten minutes, until __28 my daughter burst

into tears, and 29 that she was beaten. 27. A. discussed B. continued C. counted D. argued them but I still needed to

〖2008· 全国 2 卷〗Telling him that he no longer needed to 27 write them, I 28 28. A. held up until the day he graduated. B. gave up C. followed

D. continued

〖2005 重庆卷〗He naturally got out to ___42___ the wheels carefully, but he found nothing wrong, so he ___43___ his way. Again the noise began, ___44___ and became even louder. 43. A. drove B. continued C. pushed D. forced

〖2003 全国卷〗 The sudden realization was painful. We ___16___ to play like two mad men. 16. A. pretended B. stopped C. continued D. decided

〖2002 全国卷〗They ___9___ to see each other around school, had lunch together once or twice, and then both ended up from the same high school. 9. A. continued B. agreed C. forced D. offered

〖2001 全国卷〗Over the years, the story of the Yetis has ___6___. In 1951, Eric Shipton took photographs of a set of tracks in the snow of Everest. 6. A. developed B. changed C. occurred D. continued

find / watch / notice sb doing sth

〖2015 江苏卷〗Another patient 44 what I was reading and struck up a conversation with me 45he had one of his books with him as well. 44.A. viewed B. knew C. noticed D. wondered

〖2014 福建卷〗 So it was with really great___40___that I stood in church one recent Sunday, video camera in hand, and ___41___my 68-year-old father sweating in his shirt ___42_ __rising to play the piano in his very first recital. 41. A. kept B. sent C. watched D. felt

〖2014 湖北卷〗At the

31 of Palo Duro Canyon (峡谷) State Park, I

32

a job

advertisement hiring park hosts. 32. A. sponsored B. published C. noticed 〖2014 山东卷 B〗 Charlotte D. answered 33

32 herself operating on damaged limbs and setting

bones, in addition to delivering all the babies in the area. 32. A. helped B. found C. troubled D. imagined 13 Tom was working out in the field

〖2014 四川卷〗This grouse came into our lives in when he 14 her walking around at the edge of the field. 14. A. got B. kept C. noticed

D. imagined

〖2005 全国卷 I〗Suddenly I ___36___ that a man sitting at a table near the window kept glancing in my direction, ___37___ he knew me. 36. A. knew B. understood C. noticed D. recognized

〖2005 全国卷 I〗The man had a newspaper___38__in front of him, which he was __39___ to read, but I could __40__ that he was keeping an eye on me. 40. A. see B. find C. guess D. learn

〖1990 全国卷〗I suddenly ___4___ that he was turning very pale. I sat ___5___, for I did not want to __6__ my sick sister. 4. A. knew B. learned C. felt D. noticed

随机抽选易经一本通中某个暗示点的几个高频答案词,你会发现秒杀答案易如反掌! 表结果类词汇 as a result, after……(several attempts), can ( be able to),enough 等后面或 完成时态或转折(but)时,选项中有高频答案词 decide (decision) =be determined, manage, eventually= finally(最后),at least(至少)等近 200 个词汇,就马上开始秒杀吧! 还有哪些全归纳的高频答案词可以“傻瓜式”的秒杀呢?2016 年沈阳吴军高考英语高 分密码完形易经和完形胜经将为您解密! 〖2015 湖北卷〗He thought of his bird with no__41 _and the cake he wanted to buy for his mother, but was__42 _that he would not tell a lie. 42.A.concerned B.amazed C.excited D.determined

〖2014 新课标 II〗 Joe‘s __30___was pulling Simon slowly towards the precipice. ___31____, after more than an hour in the dark and the icy cold, Simon had to __32___. 32. A. stand back B. take a rest C. make a decision D. hold on

〖2014 北京卷〗She had just been adopted by a family in town who way for her to learn American ways of life was to be with american kids. 37. A. reported B. decided C. complained

37 that the best

D. questioned

〖2014 天津卷〗 The question kept me 19 for the rest of the night I had said ―yes‖ but for the first time, I realized the 20 decisions adults had to make. 20. A. poor B. timely C. final D. tough

〖2014 天津卷〗Back home , I 29 she 30

myself that what my mother could do, I could, too. If 31 . I learn how to take care of

to live in Rio all by herself, I, too, could learn to be

myself and set high but achievable 32. 30. A. managed B. offered C. attempted D. expected

〖2014 安徽卷〗Arriving in the Sunshine State was rather tiring, but I taxi to my 39 and settle in. B. promised C. managed

38

to catch a

38.A. intended

D. deserved

〖2014 新课标 II〗He couldn‘t walk, but he __34__to get out of the crevasse and started to__35__towards their camp, nearly ten kilometers __36___. 34. A. managed B. planned C. waited D. hoped

〖2015 广东卷〗Yet, our cells simply cannot continue to reproduce __3__. They wear out, and as a result, we get old and ___4___ die. 4. A. eventually B. hopelessly C. automatically D. desperately

〖2014 新课标 II〗 Joe‘s __30___ was pulling Simon slowly towards the precipice. ___31___, after more than an hour in the dark and the icy cold, Simon had to __32___. 31. A. Finally B. Patiently . C. Surely D. Quickly

〖2014 江苏卷〗 Dale took his mother's advice, tried desperately and after several attempts 48 made it. This proved to be a 49 point in his life. 48. A. hopefully B. certainly C. finally D. naturally

〖2014 四川卷〗 24 Mildred felt comfortable enough to jump up on Tom's leg and stay long enough for me to get a 24. A. Eventually 25 of the two of them together. B. Suddenly C. Constantly D. Presently

〖2015 福建卷〗I'm not suggesting you 51 problems, or that you pretend things are 52 than they are, but simply that you learn to allow things to be as they are— especially when it's not a really big 54 . 53.A.at least B. at last C.by far D.so far 18 our

53 most of the time, and

〖2015 天津卷〗Although her description sounded wonderful, the price was range, so we declined. But she kept urging us to have a look 19. A. at least B. at most C. at times

19 .
D. at hand

2016 年吴军高考英语高分密码完形易经暨高频答案词一本通教案到底是什 么样的?下面将节选一小部分为您解谜 (此处省略了解析和配套试题) ! 名师吴军高频答案暗示点 5

same / different

same, 近义替代词:similar( 名词 similarity);different(名词 difference),近义替代词有: various 各种各样的; separate 分开的;alone 单独的; apart 分开地; change(able)变化(的); new 新的;special 特别的;strange 奇怪的;unusual 不常见的,与众不同的。 答案暗示点: between…and…在?之间; not…but…不是?而是?; 转折句(but, however)前后用 same、 different; 前句原因从句(because,for,as,since)时或结论短语(如:In fact 等)提示后用结论暗示词 different; if ...(过程), you will…(此处表结论用 different) 。 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------〖2015 新课标 II 卷〗The lessons they learned may not be

60 what they would have

gotten in school, but are certainly more personal and meaningful, because they had to work them out on their own. 60. A. harmful to B. mixed with C. different from D. applied to

〖2015 新课标 I 卷〗Things would have played out so _57_ if I had simply said, ―No, we really don‘t have _58_ to give more.‖ 57. A. suddenly B. vividly C. differently D. perfectly

〖2014 福建卷〗I worried, remembering those split seconds__ 49_ _ago when my mind would go blank and my fingers would __50___. But then came the beautiful melody(旋律),from the ___51__fingers that once baited(装饵于) my fishing lines. 51. A. same B. warm C. different D. dirty

〖2015 陕西卷〗He smiled at me and noticed something 42. A. different

41 placed his comb on his wallet. But this time , I

42

. Dad had aged. B. exciting C. interesting D. urgent

〖2014 北京卷〗 ―And finally,‖ said Mr Brown, the schoolmaster, at the end of the show, ―we have a (n)___48___ award. I‘m sure you‘ve all noticed the wonderful posters.‖ 48. A. special B. academic C. national D. rayal

〖2014 江西卷〗 ―No, they wouldn‘t, Mum,‖ James protested. ―We‘re not _41__ at all. We‘re just ordinary people.‖ 41. A. strange B. normal C. popular D. anxious

〖2014 新课标 I〗But their 44 found put away in the basement. 45. A. same 〖2014 浙江卷〗 25 B. extra

soon wears off and by January those

45 toys can be

C. funny

D. expensive 26

me, Simon had become a different person. He talked of how he 27

me, he had began to make friends, and for the first time in his twelve years, he had an afternoon at a friend‘s house. (different 暗示结果,前面就是原因! ) 25. A. Because of B. In spite of C. Apart from D. As for

spent

〖2014 四川卷〗 In fact, they're hard to spot, 12 they usually fly off when they hear humans approaching. (In fact 提示结果,则后面选 different 的近意义词 unusual!) 11. A. interesting B. reasonable C. impossible D. unusual

〖 2013 江苏卷〗 I wanted it and worked toward it like everyone else, all of us chasing the same thing. One year, through a series of unhappy events, it all fell and alone. I had my truck and $56. 36. A. separately 37. A. off B. equally B. apart C. violently C. over D. naturally D. out .

36

37 . I found myself homeless

〖2013 浙江卷〗I love how people 37 38. A. generous B. independent

seem so different, but end up being so 38 C. similar D. distant

〖2013 江苏卷〗 They started to teach me a belief in a of individual achievement but of 46. A. wild B. real 47 .

46 American Dream—not the one

C. different

D. remote

〖2013 新课标 II 卷〗 Michael Greenberg feels the thing, but it can make a big difference in winter. 34.A.honor B. pain

34

.A pair of gloves may be a

35

C. same

D. cold

〖2013 山东卷〗I used to be a very self-centered person, but in the past two years I have really changed. I have started to think about other people that I am becoming a 37. A. famous 36 I think about myself. I am happy

37 person.
B. simple C. different D. skilled

〖2013 陕西卷〗He could have made what was already an uncomfortable situation worse,

43 he chose a different way and gave us a reason to believe that there is still 44 in this world.
43. A. so B. since C. although D. but

〖2011· 福建卷〗 ―I didn‘t want to she said . 38. A. continue B. choose

38 what I do , like so many who come to a new country,‖

C. change

D. lose

〖2012 上海卷〗The degree of _60 between the potential helper and the person in need is also important. 60. A. similarity B. friendship C. cooperation D. contact

〖2005 重庆卷〗As for this, there is a great ___36___ between human beings and insects. 36. A. connection B. difference C. communication D. similarity

五大纵向解题层次、八大横向解题法则、四种实词(名、动、形、 副)点式解题法,让你掌握一剑封喉的高考英语完形解题神器!让你 拥有一骑绝尘的高考英语完形解题思维! 让冲击高考英语完形满分如 探囊取物! 2016 高考英语易经(高频答案词一本通)极品教案,尊贵典范, 值得拥有!

2008-2009 学年度上学期期末东北育才五模五校联考
完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)
Children model themselves largely on their parents. They do so mainly 36 identification. Children identify with a parent when they believe they have the qualities and feelings that are characteristic of that parent. The things parents do and say—and the 37 they do and say to them—therefore 38 influence a child's 39 .However, parents must consistently behave like the type of 40 they want their child to become. A parent's actions 41 affect the self-image that a child forms. Children who see mainly positive qualities in their 42 will be 43 to see themselves in a positive way, 44 children who observe chiefly 45 qualities instead will have a hard time 46 positive qualities in themselves. Children may 47 their self-image, 48 , as they become increasingly influenced by peers before they reach 13 . Isolated events, 49 dramatic ones, do not 50 have a permanent effect on a child's behavior. Children interpret such events according to their 51 attitudes and previous training. Children who know they are loved can, 52 , accept the divorce of their parent's or a parent‘s early death .But if children feel unloved, they may interpret such events as a 53 of rejection or punishment. In the same way, all children are not influenced alike by toys and games, reading matter, and television programs. 54 we have observed in the case of a dramatic change in family relations, the effect of an activity or experience depends on 55 the child interprets it. 36. A. across 37. A. gesture 38. A. mainly 39. A. behavior 40. A. person 41. A. in turn 42. A. eyes 43. A. possible 44. A. when 45. A. negative 46. A. see 47. A. modify 48. A. thus B. with B. expression B. largely B. words B. humans B. nevertheless B. parents B. perhaps B. since B. cheerful B. seeing B. copy B. therefore C. through C. way C. rarely C. mood C. creatures C. also C. peers C. probable C. as C. various C. to see C. imitate C. but C. even C. basically C. established C. at most C. signature C. Like C. how D. over D. extent D. hardly D. reactions D. adults D. as a result D. behaviors D. likely D. while D. complex D. to seeing D. continue D. however D. apart from D. slightly D. establishing D. in return D. sign D. When D. why

49. A. rather than B. besides 50. A. necessarily B. deeply 51. A. found 52. A. at least 53. A. symbolize 54. A. Which 55. A. what B. founding B. for example B. signal B. As B. whom

36-40 CCBAA 41-45 CBDDA 46-50 BADCA 51-55 CBDBC

辽宁省沈阳二中 2008—2009 学年上学期高三期中考试

英 语 试 题
完形填空(共 20 小题,每小题 1.5 分;满分 30 分)
Mrs Amatuli was my teacher in the fourth grade.One day at lunch time, Mrs Amatuli asked me if she could 36 my sandwiches. She explained that I could use the money to buy a 37 lunch from the cafeteria. I was 38. I never bought my lunch at the cafeteria. It was 39 expensive for my family, and I always carried my lunch and brought the bag back home to 40 again the next day. You can understand my 41 when I had the opportunity to buy a hot lunch. Kids always 42 about the cafeteria food but I was very 43 of them. When we 44 lunch that day, Mrs Amatuli took me aside and said she wanted to 45 why she had bought my sandwiches. I really didn't care why, 46 it gave me a few minutes of her precious 47 so I was very quiet as she explained. You 48 , she was a Catholic(天主教徒) and she told me that Catholics didn‘t eat red meat on Fridays-they ate 49 on Fridays. Oh, I couldn't 50 to get home and tell my Mama that from then on I wanted fish on Fridays. 51 my Mama understood why, she gladly fixed fish for me on Friday. From then on, every Friday I could get in 52 with the rest of the kids for a hot lunch. I didn‘t care how many of the kids complained about the cafeteria food-it 53 great to me! I realize now that Mrs Amatuli 54 have fixed herself a fish sandwich on Fridays. She bought my sandwiches because she saw a little girl who was pleased over the simple 55 of having a hot lunch. 36. A. buy B. have C. try D. eat 37. A. cheap B. big C. hot D. delicious 38. A. sad B. disappointed C. surprised D. excited 39. A. rather B. too C. very D. quite 40. A. use B. eat C. fill D. carry 41. A. mind B. anxiety C. delight D. interest 42. A. complained B. worried C. talked D. cared 43. A. fond B. hopeful C. proud D. envious 44. A. bought B. finished C. had D. prepared 45. A. explain B. discuss C. tell D. cover 46. A. as B. while C. so D. but 47. A. idea B. attention C. advice D. thought 48. A. think B. believe C. see D. say 49. A. chicken B. beef C. vegetables D. fish 50. A. expect B. wait C. wish D. long 51. A. Because B. Since C. Before D. After 52. A. touch B. line C. row D. trouble 53. A. tasted B. sounded C. looked D. smelled 54. A. should B. need C. could D. must 55. A. act B. question C. pleasure D. gesture
36—40ACDBA 41—45CADBA 46—50DBCDB 51—55DBACA


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