广东高三英语高考 完型和语法练习


完形填空练习 A
One of the most important aspects of effective teamwork is effective leadership. This means that the team 1 should have the skills to create a working culture that is 3 2 , and in turn it will

help to motivate. A good team leader also has to be able to among the team members so that they feel 4 and valued. 5

a high level of morale(士气)

When a team is created, there is purpose behind the

. Therefore, along with the reason for 6 marked out. 7 to the

team creation, it’s also important that expectations from the team members are

The necessary resources in terms of people, money and time will have to be made team so that the team is able to meet the expectations. Individual team members will 8

their performance when managers or team leaders praise 9 recognition, then they might

them highly. On the other hand, if someone on the team is not become unhappy, and greatly reduce their productivity. However, no matter how good a team may be, conflicts will

10

occur some time or the 11 them. In fact, it is

other. The best way to counter(制止) this is to have proper methods of advisable for the team leader to actually sit with the parties in between them, without taking And finally, 14 13 12

and work out the differences

and making sure to remain objective.

teamwork can only come about when the team leader sets a good example, 15 the team committed, positive,

which can be followed by the team members. In order to

and motivated, the team leader himself or herself has to have all these qualities. 1. A. member 2. A. expensive 3. A. suppose 4. A. supported 5. A. teamwork 6. A. clearly 7. A. reasonable 8. A. show 9. A. given 10. A. impossibly 11. A. protecting 12. A. conflict 13. A. lessons 14. A. independent 15. A. expect B. leader B. sensitive B. educate B. equipped B. aspect B. fairly B. believable B. improve B. made B. hardly B. settling B. favour B. courses B. busy B. keep C. work C. passive C. promote C. replaced C. culture C. softly C. available C. react C. lost C. strictly C. refusing C. danger C. sides C. dull C. find D. culture D. positive D. explore D. changed D. creation D. probably D. changeable D. follow D. taken D. certainly D. accepting D. practice D. places D. effective D. develop
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B
If you are feeling that life just cannot be any worse for you, it can be challenging to think positive thoughts. When we are stressed, depressed, because we feel that "bad things" 2 1 , or in a negative state of mind 3

happening to us, it is important to change those

thoughts into something positive. If we don't, we will only attract more "bad things." It is often very hard to think positive when so many things are negative, but I am that someone, somewhere is worse off than you. We can choose to think with the smallest of steps. If you start with one small, positive thing and will begin to move into a more positive 7 6 it during the course of your day, you 5__ ___4_

by beginning

: positive thoughts, feelings, opportunities. With 8 , regardless of the events around

practice, you will change your outlook and choose to be you. Here are a few examples for you to 9

. Begin and end each day with a "Thank you for 10

this wonderful day!" When you see the gas prices hiking, say "I am glad that I have a

in which to get around." If you are having health problems, be grateful for what does work: "I really do 12 11 my eyes that see, my ears that hear, my mouth that tastes, my legs that walk, my

that write. Write down what you're grateful for each day. When you're feeling really down, 13 beforehand. This will help uplift your spirits. If you practice this

read what you 14

, you will find that your list will get longer and longer. The 15 to make it a moment of joyful peace is to move yourself into a positive thought

and keep it there long enough. The more you practice, the happier you'll be. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A. upset A. stop A. relative A. disappointed A. carelessly A. catch A. situation A. happy A. take B. healthy B. try B. negative B. sure B. stubbornly B. repeat B. conclusion B. sad B. make B. car B. put B. hands C. serious C. keep C. sensitive C. sad C. actively C. speak C. attention C. moved C. learn C. plane C. appreciate C. head D. terrible D. avoid D. positive D. interested D. differently D. sing D. ambition D. confused D. practice D. bike D. know D. arms
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10 A. ship 11 A. perform 12 A. knees

13 A. talked 14 A. quickly 15 A. design

B. heard B. specially B. performance

C. wrote C. slightly C. trouble

D. saw D. regularly D. key

C A noted American psychologist once remarked that childhood is a magical period in one ’s life. Indeed it is, for during 1 one undergoes a step-by-step transformation not only in 3 2

capacity, but also in physical and verbal skills. Each step

an increase in the difficulty of

a child’s conceptual and learning abilities. During the early stages of childhood, from infancy to about five, the child learns 5 4 skills including using the toilet, bathing and dressing himself

. At this stage, he also learns to be very observant, curious, imaginative and creative. His 6 7 at this stage. He remembers details that an adult may have , he learns elementary skills in problem-solving. At school,

ability to remember things also difficulty in remembering. particular in 8

classes, the child is especially creative. Given a piece of paper and some 9 from his surroundings as well as from his 10

colored pencils, he draws a variety of

circle. It is not surprising to see a child draw a monster to represent an abusive father, and an ___11__ to represent a loving and caring mother. As he graduates to the later stages of childhood bordering on the learns the 13 12 years, the child

of human relations and socialization by interacting with his peers —his 14 with new life situations, including dates and

friends and schoolmates. He also learns to

part-time work. Given a tight schedule of schoolwork, the child learns to prepare his own schedules of work and play; the more___15_____ and less serious ones manage to take time out of their busy schedules of assignments, reports and tests and examinations to go with their friends on relaxation entertainment. 1. A. adolescence 2. A. spiritual 3. A. signs 4. A. difficult 5. A. willingly 6. A. develops 7. A. Undoubtedly 8. A. music 9. A. pictures 10. A. family 11. A. beauty B. adulthood B. mental B. presents B. simple B. independently B. increases B. Otherwise B. art B. buildings B. school B. actress C. childhood C. practical C. prevents C. useful C. confidently C. reduces D. infancy D. magical D. signals D. helpful D. excitedly D. strengthens

C. Unexpectedly D. Gradually C. chemistry C. reflections C. teacher C. angel D. biology D. images D. friend D. witches
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12. A. infancy 13. A. competence 14. A. agree 15. A. practical

B. teenage B. commitment B. experiment B. cautious

C. adulthood C. complexity C. withdraw C. enthusiastic

D. aged D. competition D. concern D. stubborn

语法填空练习 A I seldom thought I had a passion. I would sit before the TV all day, thinking 16 nothing but

the next shadow. It was not long ago that I first learned how important having a passion is to life. One day I went with Mum to drop my sister off at the gym. Then, red light, someone on the roadside caught my eyes. It was a man That didn’t interest me, for I 19 (see) many like him before. 20 (express). He had a radio in his hand and 22 But the man wasn’t sitting down with a sad was dancing 21 he had. “Mum, why does that man have a radio even though he’s homeless?” I asked. “He bought 23 ,” she replied. “But if he’s homeless, why doesn’t he use the money to buy food or clothes? He wasted it on something he doesn’t need.” “Well, Sarah, sometimes food and clothes aren’t happiness, too.” “I see.” The man must care too much about music, so he bought a radio instead of food and clothes. I realized that happiness is the key to life. 25 it, there’s nothing to look forward to. A 24 only important things. We need 18 17 Mum stopped at a

(dress) in rags, homeless.

(merry) to the music. The radio seemed to be the most precious thing

passion gives a person the happiness they need to keep going!

B Until about 150 years ago, the most important, expensive and renowned kind of painting was large-scale pictures that told a story, regarded as the 16 (hard) challenge for an artist. 18 17

(choose) suitable subjects, artists had to be well-read. Then they had to know

stories

could be told without words, using only gestures and expressions. To create lifelike scenes, they had to understand perspective, lighting and anatomy. So history painting needed a lot of thought and 19 (imagine). Large-scale pictures used to be reserved for grand religious or patriotic subjects, but that changed in the 19th century, as artists began creating history paintings based 20 contemporary 21
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news stories. One of the first of these was The Raft of the Medusa, inspired by the wreck of

French ship in 1816, which showed how art could have a powerful political impact. It presents a scene 22 the survivors of the wreck on a raft littered with bodies try to signal to a distant 23 ( rescue ), they told how they had been abandoned by their captain,

ship. When they

while he sailed to safety in a lifeboat. Starving, they had to eat each other to survive—though this picture makes 24 look heroic rather than violent. The picture caused a huge outcry. Some 25 had been involved in

people thought the artist meant to criticize the French king, appointing the ship's captain.

C After graduation from college, I started to sell. Soon I discovered that the worried expression I 16 (wear) since childhood meant sure failure. I knew it wasn't going to be easy to change that 17 (hard).It called for a complete change

expression on my face left by so many years of in my view on life. Here is the method I tried.

Each morning during a fifteenminute bath, I determined to cultivate a big, happy smile. I found out, however, that it couldn't be a dollars in my pocket. It had to be 18 19 (force) smile developed just for the purpose of putting honesttogoodness smile from down deep inside,

an outward expression of happiness from within! Let's see 20 starting off with a good fifteenminute training of the smile muscles 21 entering an office I would think of many things I had to be 22 (get) the same smile

helped me during the day.

thankful for, work up a big smile and then enter. Seldom did it fail 23

return from the person I met. I also found that it pleased people when I passed them on the

street to give them a cheerful smile. Give every living soul you meet the best smile you have ever smiled in your life, 24

see how much better you feel and look. It's one of the best ways I know to stop worrying, and start living. When I began doing this, I found 25 more welcome everywhere.

答案 完形填空 A 1-5 BDCAD 5-10 ACBAD 11-15 BACDB B 1-5 ACBBD 5-10 BAADB 11-15 CBCDD

C 1-5 CBDBB 语法填空 A 16. of/about 21. merrily B 16. hardest

5-10 ADBDA 11-15 CBCBA

17. When/As 22. that 17. To choose

18. dressed 23. it 18.how

19. had seen 24. the

20. expression 25. Without 20. on
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19. imagination

21. a C

22. where

23.were rescued 18. forced

24. them 19. an 20. how 25. myself

25. who

16. had been wearing 21. Before

17. hardship 23. in

22. to get

24. and

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