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2016高考英语完形填空模拟题

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2016高考英语完形填空模拟题
  A
  I was going through my son Matthews backpack when I saw an envelope in the bottom of it. Immediately, I knew it was a “thank you” card from one of his 1 . Totally not necessary since my Christmas gifts to them are my way of saying, “Thank you”. I 2 I read it quickly. And then I stopped.
  I 3 the card and read it again. One word caught my attention. “I love working with our Matthew.” One word. Our. That one word 4 the meaning of the sentence for me. If she had written “I love working with Matthew”, I would know that she loves working with my son.
  5 by adding that one word, “our,” it meant “I love working with this boy who 6 here, is accepted here and we all take responsibility in caring for.”
  I 7 knew this of course, see a blog I wrote previously, but its always good to be 8 . In that blog post I mentioned ten reasons why his 9 is the right place for him. Since that blog we have had his IEP (Individualized Education Program) meeting, where I was 10 of that feeling again. In that meeting, someone 11 “Everyone loves Matthew. We all love Matthew”. And it was genuine and 12 . As we went around the room and the staff 13 us on information about Matthew, it was apparent it went way beyond sharing what he is doing 14 and behaviorally. Each person had a unique little 15 to tell about Matthew. Stories that show that they really know who Matthew is and that they 16 him.
  In fact just today I had written a note in his communication book that it was 17 Matthew to see new snow and not be able to play in it. Later in the day I got an email and a picture of Matthew 18 with snow in a big container inside the school.
  As I was reflecting on this, I realized that as a family we are really lucky 19 school isnt the only place where they think of him as “our Matthew”. It 20 to other parts of our lives as well—our friends, our family, our neighborhood, and our church.


  1. A. classmates B. friends
  C. teachers D. doctors
  2. A. realize B. admit
  C. imagine D. predict
  3. A. opened up B. tore up
  C. put away D. gave away
  4. A. simplified B. changed
  C. determined D. created
  5. A. Or B. And
  C. So D. But
  6. A. stays B. lives
  C. belongs D. remains
  7. A. already B. also
  C. even D. still
  8. A. reached B. accepted
  C. adored D. reminded
  9. A. school B. book
  C. home D. room
  10. A. informed B. assured
  C. suspected D. cured
  11. A. commented B. insisted
  C. guaranteed D. recalled
  12. A. formal B. casual
  C. sincere D. severe
  13. A. advised B. judged
  C. updated D. congratulated
  14. A. accurately B. academically
  C. steadily D. securely
  15. A. secret B. lie
  C. joke D. story
  16. A. get B. greet
  C. envy D. embarrass
  17. A. calming B. inducing
  C. killing D. inspiring
  18. A. meeting B. playing
  C. fighting D. dealing
  19. A. until B. unless
  C. though D. because
  20. A. flies B. extends
  C. applies D. switches


  B
  The New York Times published an article recently that shows great regret for the “death of conversation”. It suggests that while technology such as cell phones, emails, and Internet posting makes us feel more 1 than ever, theyre also driving us 2 from people around us.
  Users get final connectivity 3 the price of 4 facetoface conversation. Sherry Turkle, author of the article in The New York Times says people are 5 to a different way of being “alone together”.
  Actually, 6 text messages or wring microblogs allows us to 7 thoughts.
  8 bits and pieces of online cannot 9 a “real conversation”. Lan Guo, 19, a freshman English major from Changsha University, said that she would like to hear peoples tone of voice and see their faces in a (n) 10 . “The give and take of ideas in a conversation sharpens our minds.” she said. She also mentions that 11 ourselves in mobile technology reduces our chance of starting conversations with strangers and 12 people.
  Turkle mentioned the popular 13 of “I share, therefore I am” among this generation. Liu Xuan, a young writer from Taiwan and psychology graduate from Harvard University, thinks its a mindset adopted by most young people. They are so busy creating or polishing their online persona (网络人格) that they forget how to live a (n) 14 life. For example, they may 15 more about blogging about attending a party rather than enjoying being 16 .

  17 , experts remind us that its unfair to blame mobile technology. Chen Chen, a sociology expert at China Youth &Children Research Center, points out that it is still owners of gadgets, such as cell phones and tablets, whore avoiding personal 18 . We take advantage of these devices to hide ourselves 19 others. Texting messages or calling may be a (n) 20 to avoid contact with others, such as having eye contact. “Only by strengthening conversation can we understand each other. Simply throwing away the mobile gadgets is not a solution.” she said.
  1. A. received B. shared
  C. connected D. respected
  2. A. off B. back
  C. away D. down
  3. A. beyond B. at
  C. for D. above
  4. A. having B. risking
  C. sacrificing D. sharing
  5. A. related B. committed
  C. devoted D. accustomed
  6. A. sending B. getting
  C. reading D. taking
  7. A. change B. exchange
  C. deliver D. raise
  8. A. So B. And
  C. Or D. But
  9. A. indicate B. replace
  C. cover D. involve
  10. A. conversation B. computer
  C. party D. Internet
  11. A. abandoning B. joining
  C. burying D. attaching
  12. A. interviewing B. introducing
  C. knowing D. meeting
  13. A. feeling B. concept
  C. fact D. truth
  14. A. colorful B. interesting
  C. real D. meaningful
  15. A. worry B. care
  C. ask D. debate
  16. A. there B. out
  C. down D. in
  17. A. Therefore B. Altogether
  C. Instead D. However
  18. A. information B. space
  C. contact D. management
  19. A. from B. of
  C. behind D. under
  20. A. approach B. source
  C. result D. excuse


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