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【可编辑】北京市城六区2018届初三一模英语分类汇编之完形填空Word含答案.doc

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【西城一模】二、完形填空(共8分,每小题1分)阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最佳选项。Lyle’s Second GoIn 1982,when I was coaching the Raiders, the owner of the team talked with me about a possible trade for Lyle Alzado. After watching him on tape,I didn’t think he was that good, but the owner felt we could make Lyle better by creating the right environment lor him. We made the 13.That summer at training camp,Lyle was having a hard time. He had that look in his eyes that many young players and some old players get when things aren’t going 14. One morning Lyle came into my office and he looked like he hadn’t slept. Here was a huge man, with his head about as 15 as it could go. We talked, or rather, I listened. The main point was that Lyle felt his career (职业生涯)was over and it would be best for him and for the team if he retired (退役).He apologized for 16 us since we had just traded for him.Lyle was always an emotional person. This is one of the reasons he was a good player. He 17 all that emotional energy with him, ready to lire out at the snap of the ball (开球).Now he was in front of me, almost crying. I thought for a moment, realizing we had to keep that 18 going. Then I went through my reasons why he should not retire. At the end of our talk, I said,“You go out and play your very best, and let us 19 if you still have it. Personally, I think you do.”In January 1984. Tampa Bay Stadium. Super Bowl XVIII. With less than two minutes remaining, we were leading 38-9. We were the world champions of professional football. I saw Lyle,crying like a baby. I had to turn away quickly,or I would have joined him in 20.I remembered that morning in my office, and what Lyle, and what the Raiders, had achieved since he came to us. If Lyle hadn’t given his career another shot, he wouldn’t have had this victory. Maybe the Raiders wouldn’t have had this victory. During that moment, I felt one of the greatest satisfactions of my coaching career.13. A. deal B. plan C. argument D. mistake14. A. away B. over C. well D. fast15. A. low B. cool C. clear D. heavy 16. A. pushing B. refusing C. cheating D. disappointing17. A. faced B. carried C. received D. imagined18. A. ball B. fire C. time D. talk19. A. guess B. wonder C. decide D. predict20. A. cheers B. pain C. peace D. tears二、完形填空13. A14. C15. A16. D17. B18. B19. C20. D【东城一模】二、完形填空(共8分,每小题1分)阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最佳选项。The key to success Once, when I was a young boy, I boasted (吹嘘)that I determined (下决心) to win first place at the coming 13 competition, yet I knew this goal was nearly impossible. Every year, the best players from all over the state took part in this competition. It was a huge deal, especially for a beginner like me. But my mom was my number one 14. Every day after school, she would sit down right next to me while Miss Green was giving me piano lessons or I was 15 my piano piece. When I couldn’t and wouldn’t play any longer, she would always say, “If you determine to win, then act like it. Don’t give up.’’ After every practice,my whole body was in pain for numb (麻木的) fingers and stiff (僵硬的)back. However, I didn’t want to 16 my mom, so I kept on practicing until I finally fell asleep on the piano keys. Finally, the big day arrived. Right before my turn to perform, my mom said, “ I know you want to win, so listen to me: Be there for the 17 not for the success, okay?” I managed to nod.When I walked onto the stage, I was afraid that the judges would hear the beating of my heart instead of the music. Carefully, I took a seat before the piano and began to play. Slowly, I began to 18 the world around me. I just let myself fall deeper and deeper into the music. 19,I really won first place. The experience made me realize that determination is not just saying that you will win; when you have solved difficulties and kept 20,you can truly say you’re determined. As my mom always said, “It’s hard to beat the person who is the best, but it is harder to beat the person who never gives up.13. A. footballB. violinC. pianoD. basketball14. A. supporterB. teacherC. listenerD. partner15. A. writingB. practisingC. singingD. enjoying16. A. frightenB. refuseC. cheatD. disappoint17. A. praiseB. recordC. promiseD. experience18. A. understandB. loveC.forgetD. change19. A. NaturallyB. SurprisinglyC. ClearlyD. Hopefully20. A. goingB. sayingC. searchingD. repeating13-20 CABDDCBA【海淀一模】完形填空(共8分,每小题1分)阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最佳选项。 Bob opened the box and drew the two shoes from it. He put them on quickly to feel how they felt onhis feet. Once they were on, he jumped up and down a couple of times. They fit like a glove. "Are thOSP. the ones you like, dear'?" his mother asked.'They certainly are!" Bob was 13 These were the best shoes ever. He couldn't hide his happiness."I'm wearing them out of the store." While his mother paid for them, Bob walked back and forth 14 his shoes in front of the mirror. On the way out of the store, Bob felt like he was floating on air. Just as they were about to leave the store, an old man stepped on his new shoes, leaving a black 15 on the front."Hey!" Bob shouted angrily."Oh, sorry there, young man," the old man said."Look what you did to my shoes. 16 where you are going!""I'm very sorry, " the old man apologized again."Bob!" His mother's face was red and she seemed more embarrassed than angry. "I'm so sorry, sir. I don't know what has got into him." Then she tumed to Bob and said 17 , "Apologize to the man.' "But, mom! He stepped on my shoes." "You won't have any shoes to be stepped upon if you don't apologize." Bob took a breath. As he looked into the old man's cloudy eyes, he realized that the man didn't see very well. The old man probably had stepped on his foot by accident. He looked at his shoes. It wasn't that big of a deal. "I'm sorry, sir." The old man shook his head, “No worries. It was my 18 . I need to watch where I put my feet,too.” The old man smiled and walked away then.Bob felt uneasy as he saw the old man's shoes. They were really worn out. Suddenly, his new shoes didn't seem so 19 . His old ones weren't that dirty or worn out. “Mom, do I really need new shoes?" He wondered. Bob's mother was surprised, "Not really, but you love shoes." "Ijust feel bad. Did you see that old man's shoes? I won't ask for so many new shoes anymore."Mom nodded, "I'm glad that you say so, but don't forget to20 the elders."Bob smiled, "I won't. Not again.九年级(英语)第2页(共8页)13.A.excited B.moved C. tired D. interested14. A holding B. cleaning C. designing D. admiring15. A mark B. note C. shape D. hole16. A Plan B. Watch C. Head D. Follow17. A happily B. politely C. nervously D. seriously18. A worry B. mistake C. trouble D. question19. A famous B. colourful C. necessary D. comfortable20. A like B. serve C. respect D. believe13.A 14. D 15. A 16. B 17. D 18. B 19. C 20. C【朝阳一模】二、完形填空(共16分,每小题2分)通读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最 佳选项。When I wasabout 12yearsold, I really wanted a newbike!I toldmy parentsmy birthday wish.butI knewthere waslittle hope becausemyfamilycould13havethatmoney.Onmy birthday my parentstoldme they hadmy14 outsidein the back yard.AtonceI15 outto the yard.Therewasmy bike,butitwasn’tthe bikethatI thoughtitwould be. This one waspink,oldandwornwith age. Itwas sodisappointing !IthoughtI16 myparents’ feelings becauseI could seethe disappointment on theirfaces andI was surethey could seeiton mine. I got on the oldbikeand rodeit, feeling17 thatI had mademyparentsfeelthisway.SoI put on a smile,rode asfastasI could and didn’tlook hack.As timewentby,I beganto18 my parentsgavemesomethingmuchmorethan justa rusty(生锈的)oldbike.Theygavemea lifelesson about19 .Whenyou givesomething outoflove,itdoesn’tmatterwhatitisinfact. I liketo rememberthis story becausegivinga giftisnot aboutmoney. it'sabouthow muchloveyou can20 fromit. Doremember, agift thatcosts twodollarsisn’tany lessvaluablethan one thatcosts one hundreddollars,orevenmore.13.A. hardlyB. quicklyC. slowlyD. happily14. A. guitar B. card C. cake D. gift15. A. moved B. rushed C. walked D. stepped16. A. liked B. hated C. hurt D. thanked17. A. surprised B. proud C. excited D. bad18. A. complain B. consider C. understand D. notice 19. A. love B. money C. friendship D. knowledge20. A. smell B. feel C. hear D. touch二、完形填空(共16分,每小题2分)13.A14.D15.B16. C17.D18.C19. A20.B【丰台一模】二、完形填空(共 8 分,每小题 1 分) 阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选择最佳选项。Mother's DayWhen I was in the third grade, Mother’s Day came around much too quickly; I found myself empty-handed with nothing to give my 13 on her special day. So I was 14 when an announcement over the loud speaker said that one of the older graders would be selling pins that said “No.1 Mom”. It may not sound like much, but to an 8-year-old, it’s perfect.So each day I told myself that the following day I would 15 the money to buy the pin, but I always forgot. And I was very disappointed when the principal and a few of the older kids selling pins came into my classroom and announced that it was the 16 day to buy them.I was always afraid of my principal. If you stepped out of line, she was quick to set you straight. On this day, however, my principal was in a good mood. And she must have heard me tell my classmates I’d forgotten my 17 again. I wasn’t 18 , but she knew I really wanted to buy a pin.After she left, I got called to her office. I’d never been there – ever – so I was terrified. When I arrived, she told me to come to her desk, and she pulled out the pin I’d had my eye on for 19 . “The kids gave me this to give to my mother,” she began, “but my mom passed away, so I want you to have it.”Taking the pin, I didn’t know what to say. I probably thanked her. I proudly presented this free luxury to my mother.I don’t know if my mom still has the pin, and I don’t know if the principal remembers giving it to me. But I will never forget that act of 20 from someone I’d never expected it from.13. A14. C15. B16.D17.C18. A19.B20. D【石景山一模】二、完形填空(共8分,每小题1分)阅读下面的短文,掌握其大意,然后从短文后各题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选择最佳选项。A little holiday magicChristmas Eve has always been my favorite day of the year. December 24,2010, I decidedTo 13 a little last-minute shopping before joining my family at my mother's.I bought a large basket of cheeses and a bottle of wine. On my way down, the elevator(电梯)stopped at the third floor. where everybody but an older couple and me got off--and whereA tall, handsome man 14 .We started down again; then suddenly the elevator stopped. Wewere stuck--on Christmas Eve! 15 there was a phone. arid the old man called someone in maintenance(维修),whotold us that we had to be in for a 1ong wait.At that point. We--the older couple, Mr. and Mrs. Philips; John, the handsome man; arid I--sat down on the floor and began 16 Christmas memories. An hour passed, then two; wefound ourselves so involved in the conversation that we forgot we were stuck. I shared mybasket of cheeses and wine with them. I didn't realize at the time we were creating anotherspecial Christmas 17 .After five hours, the elevator finally moved .When the doors opened, the worried storemanager was surprised to find us in such 18 spirits, Saying our good-byes, the four of usexchanged addresses and promised to send holiday greeting to each other in the years to come.I got to my mother's for our traditional family Christmas--a bit late, 19 I got there.Christmas evening I returned to my apartment. Waiting for me was a single red rose and amessage: I really miss the cheese basket. Job. At the bottom was his phone number…John and I were married the following Christmas Eve. And we are 20 exchangingChristmas greetings with Mr. and Mrs. Phillips. And I still wake up every Christmas EveMorning filled with excitement at the magic of the day.13.A. make B. do C. show D. accept 1 4. A. got up B. got down C. got off D. got on15. A. Sadly B. Proudly C. Luckily D. Strangely16. A. sharing B. losing C. comparing D. studying17. A. accident B. game C. record D. memory 18. A. high B. low C. common D. true19. A. so B. but C. or D. because 20. A. even B. already C. still D. yet13-20 BDCADABC
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