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【可编辑】北京市八区2018届初三二模英语分类汇编——完形填空Word版含答案.doc

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[昌平二模]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。People Just Like UsI was not interested in the school project on ancient cultures at all, especially things about Egypt (埃 及) , but Grace, my research partner, insisted the ancientEgyptians were interesting, and said I would 13 my mind for sure.“Learning about these ancient people is so boring.” I said.“It’s not! Don’t be sure until you’ve learned about them.”said Grace.I had to say Grace had a 14 . So the next Saturday, I found myself at the Museum of NaturalHistory, which had a big show on ancient Egypt.“So ancient Egyptians were pretty undeveloped, right?” I asked Grace as we waited in line for our tickets. “I mean, they didn’t have much 15 , did they? Well, except for the pyramids (金字塔) – didn’t the Egyptian kings live in the pyramids?”Grace just kept silent and pushed me forward.The show set me straight about the pyramids. I learned that they were tombs (墓) of the ancient kings, not their 16 . I also found out the great pyramid at Giza was huge, standing 500 feet tall when it was first built!As I walked farther, I was 17 to find a show on ancient sports. I saw paintings showing people playing a game with a ball. Just for a moment, I could 18 ancient Egyptian kids beside the Nile River hitting around a ball, just as I do with my friends. And the next show was all about how the ancient Egyptians treasured their children. A child was considered a great gift to the family.“So what do you think of these 19 ancient people now?” Grace asked.“You were right,” I said. “Ancient Egyptians are much more interesting than I 20 . In fact, Iknow just what title to give our project. We’ll call it ‘People Just Like Us’!”13.A.keepB.changeC.loseD.follow14.A.wordB.planC.pointD.way15.A.technologyB.differenceC.confidenceD.information16.A.fieldsB.groundsC.schoolsD.homes17.A.tiredB.carefulC.surprisedD.nervous18.A.explainB.pictureC.showD.enjoy19.A.boringB.impatientC.funnyD.exciting20.A.searchedB.studiedC.experiencedD.expected13-20 BCAD CBAD[朝阳二模]二、完形填空 (共8分,每小题1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。Mrs. Wettiner was old and blind. But she tried to do everything for herself. She even used to go for walks alone from her home once a day for exercise and fresh air, and found her way by 13 things with her white stick. She learnt where everything was, so she never lost her way. But then one day some men came and cut down some trees at the side of the road which she followed. When she reached that place that evening, she didn’t feel the trees with her stick, so she was in 14 . She stopped for a minute and 15 , but she didn’t hear any other people, so she went ahead for a kilometer or two, and then she heard water under her. “Water?” she said aloud, and stopped. “Am I 16 ? I suppose so. I must be on a bridge, and there must be a river under me. I’ve been told that there’s a river in this part of the country. But I don’t know its exact position(位置). How am I going back to my home from here?” All at once she heard a young man’s friendly 17 near her. It said, “Excuse me, can I help you?” “How kind of you!” Mrs. Wettiner answered 18 . “Yes, please. I’m lost. Some of the trees which I follow when I go for my evening walk have been removed today, and if I hadn’t been lucky enough to come across you, I don’t know what I’d have done. Can you please help me to get home?” “Certainly,” the man answered. “Where do you live?” Mrs. Wettiner told him, and they began walking. The man took Mrs. Wettiner to her home, and she 19 him in and gave him some coffee and a piece of cake. She told the man how 20 she was that she had met him. “Don’t thank me,” the young man said. “I want to thank you. I was trying to make up my mind into the river. But I’m not going to do it now.” 13. A. reading B. touching C. making D. helping 14. A. difficulty B. happiness C. control D. action15. A. rested B. watched C. shouted D. listened 16. A. tired B. busy C. lost D. crazy17. A. voice B. noise C. speech D. talk 18. A. proudly B. patiently C. excitedly D. doubtfully19. A. ordered B. joined C. helped D. invited 20. A. careful B. thankful C. forgetful D. harmful13. B 14. A 15. D 16. C 17. A 18. C 19. D 20. B [房山二模]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 Faithful FatherMy husband kissed the baby’s cheek, and hugged me goodbye, then rushed out of the door, into his busy day. I stayed seated, thinking, with the baby in my arms. The 13 ran into memories of the mornings with my husband rushing out of the door to meet the responsibility of life. It was only a small jump to thoughts of my own 14 . My father brought me up alone. As I looked 15 I could see how much of a family man my dad was. He went to work every morning and returned home every evening. He provided food, clothing, warmth, and protection. He was a faithful father. Setting the baby down, I telephoned my father. I had just 16 the importance of the daily life going on around us, and that it needed to be recognized.“Hi, Dad.”I said, 17back tears. “Hey, Bud. How are you?” worry was in his voice. “Fine, I’m just calling to say … thank you.” I got it out before I cried. “What for?”“For getting up and going to work every morning of my life. Now that I have my own childand I see my husband doing the same, I just wanted to thank you for being faithful.” There was 18 for a moment, and with a small tremble(颤抖) in his voice he said, “You’re welcome, Bud.”I don’t remember much of the call, but the tremble in my father’s voice, I will never 19 . There are those who are known for their heroic achievements, but the common everyday fathers are the true heroes. I’m20 that my father was one of them.13. A. thoughts B. ideasC. imaginations D. opinions14. A. motherB. fatherC.husbandD. son15. A. aheadB. aroundC. forward D. back 16. A. wonderedB. understoodC. realized D. known17. A. takingB. holdingC. putting D. pushing18. A. music B. noiseC. sound D. silence19. A. miss B. mentionC. forget D. expect20.A. thankful B. surprisedC. doubtful D. satisfied 13. A 14. B 15. D 16. C 17. B 18. D 19.C 20. A [海淀二模]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。It was the last figure skating competition for this season. Our team must beat every other team to enter the state competition. Skaters were practicing all over the ice. Suddenly my teammate Danielle knocked her head hard on the ice and cried loudly, then she was carried out of the rink (冰场) and sent to hospital. “Allison,” Coach Janice came up to me, “Danielle can’t 13 today. So I need you to do the axel(前外一周半跳).” “Coach,” I couldn’t even think of words, “I only 14 it for the first time three weeks ago! ”“I know, but you’re the only one besides Danielle who can do it.”At that moment, the weight of the world was on my shoulders. The axel is a high point jump, and it can make or break a team’s 15 . I couldn’t be the one to stop us from going to states. But I would be, I knew it. My teammates were all very 16 . They all came up, smiled and told me I would do great. But that only made me more nervous. It was my turn. Ready or not, I had to go. I built up some speed and jumped, hoping I would land 17 . But I didn’t. I fell on the ice, hard. I could feel the blood rushing to my cheeks.“Allison, take the reskate,” the coach came to me.Once, and only once in a competition, a team can have one skater skate again. It was still early, and someone else would need the chance later. I couldn’t use it, since I might fall again and 18 it.“I can’t, Coach!”“Allison, you can do it. Calm down, jump high, and land it. Go!”So I went. I raised an arm towards the judges, letting them know I was going to take the reskate. The audience got into complete 19 . It seemed that everybody was holding their breath. I tried to focus. I took off and rotated(旋转)my body as much as possible in the air. Then I came down, landing on my feet. I did it! My teammates screamed with 20 . Finally, our team won! We were going to states! Landing that axel made me feel like I could do anything, and who knows, maybe I could.13. A. run B. hear C. enjoy D. compete14. A. taughtB. landed C. moved D. checked15. A. rulesB. scoreC. mannersD. style 16. A. shy B. bored C. supportive D. brave 17. A. quietly B. quickly C. heavily D. beautifully 18. A. waste B. refuse C. value D. keep19. A. sadness B. craziness C. silence D. confidence20. A. joy B. humorC. worry D. anger13. D 14. B 15. B 16. C 17. D 18. A 19. C 20. A[石景山二模]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。May Day Basket I clearly remember the May Day of the year that I was in fifth grade. That year I was faced with a challenge because of my best friend, Pam.A new family recently had moved into our small town, and Pam was spending more and more time at their house. I felt 13 and left out.When my mother asked me whether I would take a May Day basket to Pam’s house, I answered angrily, “Of course not!” My mother stopped what she was doing and 14 me in her arms. She told me that I would have many other friends in my lifetime.“But Pam was my best friend ever,” I cried.Mum told me that circumstances (环境) change and people change. She 15 that one of the great things friends can do is to give each other a chance to grow, to change and to develop into what they want to be. And sometimes, she said, that friends would 16 other people to spend time with. It’s nothing wrong with that.She went on to say that I needed to forgive Pam for hurting me and that I could express that forgiveness (宽恕) by giving her a May Day basket.It was a 17 decision, but I decided to give Pam a basket. I made an extra special basket of flowers with lots of yellow because that was Pam’s favorite 18 . I asked my two sisters to help me deliver my basket of forgiveness. As we 19 from our hiding place, Pam picked up the flowers, pressed her face into them and said 20 enough for us to hear, “Thank you, Susie, I hoped you wouldn’t forget me!”That day, I made a decision that changed my life: I decided to hold my friends in my heart, but not in my expectation of them, allowing them space to grow and to change – with or without me.13. A. happyB. hurt C. stupid D. lucky14. A. caught B. accepted C. held D. tied 15. A. complained B. explained C. doubted D. tested16. A. direct B. survey C. control D. choose17. A. hard B. poor C. quick D. good 18. A. food B. color C. basket D. place 19. A. greeted B. sensed C. smelled D. watched20. A. angrily B. nervously C. loudly D. privately13. B 14. C 15. B 16. D 17. A 18. B 19. D 20. C [西城二模]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 。Throughout history,people have used jewelry(珠 宝 ) to make their clothes look more special. Jewelry was,and still is,in fashion all over the world. Through the years,people have worn jewelry for different 13    :to make themselves look beautiful,to protect them from bad things,and to14    how much money they have.In South Africa,men in the Ndebele tribe(部 落 )often gave their15    jewelry made of silver or gold rings. Ndebele women wore necklaces around their necks andbracelets around their arms. Rings were 16    worn on their legs. The rings showed wealth. Awoman with many rings had a( n) 17    husband. In the past,women only took the rings off whentheir husbands died. Today Ndebele women still wear the rings,but not all of the time.People in India have been wearing jewelry for more than 5,000 years. In the past,both menand women wore a lot of jewelry. Women wore as many as 50 bracelets at a time!Over time,men18    wearing so much jewelry,but for women jewelry continues to be very important.In India,jewelry means safety. If a family has trouble with money,they can always 19   their jewelry. And,as with the Ndebele tribe,jewelry means wealth. Indian women can expect toreceive jewelry as gifts for each important life event,such as birth,marriage,and becoming amother.In ancient China,people wore jewelry not just to show wealth but also for 20    . They believedthat the jade(玉 石 )used in their jewelry was alive and that it could keep bad things away. ManyChinese people today still believe this, and some people only wear the bracelets on their left arms.13. A. reasons   B. clothes   C. places   D. problems14. A. ask   B. show   C. guess   D. explain15. A. daughters   B. mothers   C. wives   D. friends16. A. still   B. never   C. just   D. even17. A. older   B. richer   C. smarter   D. stronger18. A. kept   B. hated   C. stopped   D. suggested19. A. sell   B. wear   C. hide   D. design20. A. fun   B. beauty   C. friendship   D. protection13. A 14. B 15. C 16. D 17. B 18. C 19. A 20. D[丰台二模]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 Empty Easter EggJeremy was born with a twisted body and a slow mind. At the age of 12 he was still in second grade. He would make 13 , and his teacher, Doris Miller, often became angry with him.One day, the children talked 14 about the coming of Easter (复活节). Their teacher Doris told them the story of Jesus, and then to 15 the idea of new life springing forth, she gave each of the children a large plastic empty Easter egg. She asked them to bring it back tomorrow with something inside that shows new life.The next morning, 19 children came to school, laughing and talking as they16 their Easter eggs in the large basket on Miss Miller’s desk. It was time to open the now filled empty eggs. In the first egg, Doris found a flower. “Oh yes, a flower is certainly a 17 of new life,” she said. The next empty egg shell contained a plastic butterfly, which looked very real. Doris held it up. “We all know that a caterpillar changes and grows into a beautiful butterfly. Yes, that’s new life, too.”Suddenly, Jeremy spoke up. “Miss Miller, aren’t you going to talk about myEaster egg?” Impatiently, Doris replied, “But Jeremy, your Easter egg is 18 .” He looked into her eyes and said softly, “Yes, but Jesus’ tomb (坟墓) was empty, too.” Time stopped. When she could speak again, Doris asked him, “Do you know why the tomb was empty?”“Oh, yes,” Jeremy said, “Jesus was killed and put in there. Then His Father raised Him up.” “And that’s how Easter 19 !”The recess bell rang. While the children excitedly ran out to the schoolyard, Doris cried. The cold inside her melted completely away.Three months later, Jeremy died. Those who paid their respects were 20 to see 19 Easter eggs on top of his casket (棺材), all of them empty.13. A. noises B. friends C. eggs D. plans14. A. worriedly B. proudly C. excitedly D. sadly15. A. guess B. explain C. check D. change16. A. pushedB. droppedC. threwD. placedA. from 4:00 to 11:00B. from 16:00 to 21:0017. A. nameB. pictureC. signC. from 18:00 to 1:00D. from 12:00 to 15:00D. shape22. need to be good at riding a bike.18. A. emptyB. smallC. bigD.brokenA. CooksB. WaitersC. Delivery workersD. Cleaners19. A. endedB. startedC. changedD. developed23. All the workers in McDonald’s should be .20. A. happyB. angryC. disappointedD. surprisedA. under 15 years oldB. under 18 years old13. A14. C15. B16.D17.C18. A19.B20. D【东城二模】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 Sweet LessonMany people have clear memories of their school years. What I remember most was meeting Christopher, who had diabetes(糖尿病)at the age of four. Christopher came to my 13 right after Christmas break. He wasn’t shy at all. He stood in front of the class and introduced himself with 14. Weeks passed and I realized Christopher was exactly like me. We both were funny and liked sports! But Christopher always wore a metal bracelet, which made him quite different. My classmates didn’t 15 it. They stayed away from Christopher.The day before spring break, we had a class party. Mrs. Rose invited ourparents too. All kinds of candies were passed out. I tasted every kind and gotsome for Christopher too, but he didn’t even 16 them.“Why aren’t you eating, Christopher?” I asked.He answered seriously, “I can’t. ’’I kept giving candies to him then he got 17,“I told you I can’t Stopit! He then stormed out of the room and his mother followed.I went home that night with a million questions. My mom told me Christopher had diabetes and that was why he couldn’t eat as much sugar as everyone else. She also 18 he wore the bracelet because it had all his medical information in it, in case(万一) he was in serious danger. I felt so sorry for Christopher.When we returned to school after spring break, I asked Mrs. Rose if I could tell the class Christopher’s medical condition. She agreed. I told them about his diabetes. I also suggested that every snack or sweet that we brought to class should be OK for Christopher.Months went by and Christopher was 19 than ever. He had even more friends and didn’t feel so left out during snack time because everyone was eating the same treat. I realized this was exactly what Christopher wanted——friends who could 20 him and love him for who he was.13. A. home B. club C. school D. party14. A. pride B. confidence C. thankfulness D. care15. A. believe B. value C. notice D. like16. A. touch B. pass C. share D. buy17. A. surprised B. excited C. mad D. afraid18. A. guessed B. doubted C. proved D. explained19.A. braver B. happier C. busier D. funnier20.A. accept B. protect C. trust D. miss13. C14. B15. D16. A17.C18. D19.B20. A
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