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2020高考英语完形填空练习

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2020高考英语完形填空练习一   (共20小題;每小题1分,满分20分)
   This Girl Wrote Her Dad a Letter to  Cope with His Death—and Got a Response
  Desiree’s fifth birthday came and went quietly with a small party on January 9. Every day    16   they’d released the balloon, Desiree had asked Rhonda, “Do you think Daddy has my balloon yet?” After her party, she   17   asking.
  Late on the afternoon of January 19, the MacKinnons’ package arrived. Trish looked at the    18  return address and assumed it was a birthday gift for Desiree from someone in Ken’s family. As Trish watched television that evening, a thought was   19   troubling her. Her heart   20  . Dear God!
  It was after midnight,   21   she had to call Rhonda.
  When Trish   22   Rhonda’s driveway early the next morning, her daughter and granddaughter were already up. Trish said, “Desiree, this is for you, from your daddy.” “I know,” said Desiree matteroffactly. “Here, Grandma, read it to me.”
  “‘Happy birthday from your daddy,’” Trish began. “‘I guess you must be   23   who we are. Well, it all started in November when my husband, Wade found a mermaid(美人鱼) balloon that you sent your daddy...’” Trish paused. A   24   began to trickle down Desiree’s cheek. “‘There are no   25   in heaven, so your daddy wanted someone to do his   26   for him. I think he picked us because we live in a town called Mermaid.’”
 As Trish finished reading The Little Mermaid sent by the Mackinnons, she   27   that the ending would upset her granddaughter. But Desiree put her hands  on her cheeks with   28  . “She goes to   29  !”  she cried. “That’s why Daddy sent me this book. Because the mermaid goes to heaven just like him!”
  During the next few   30  , the MacKinons and the Gills often telephoned.   31  , in March, Rhonda, Trish, and Desiree flew to meet the MacKinnons. As the two families walked through the forest to see the   32   beside the lake where Wade had found the balloon, Rhonda and Desiree fell   33  . It seemed as though Ken was there with them.
  “People tell me, ‘What a   34   that your mermaid balloon landed so far away at a place called Mermaid Lake,’” says Rhonda. “But we know Ken picked the MacKinnons as a way to send his love to Desiree. She understands now that her father is with her   35  .”
  16.  A. since  B. after
  C. when  D. before
  17.  A. avoided  B. stopped
  C. continued  D. kept
  18.  A. common  B. absurd
  C. unfamiliar  D. precise
  19.  A. continiously  B. gradually
  C. adequately  D. roughly
  20.  A. broke  B. raced
  C. melt  D. trembled
  21.  A. but  B. so
  C. and  D. or
  22.  A. came to  B. walked over
  C. pulled into  D. stepped into
  23.  A. thinking  B. doubting
  C. arguing  D. wondering
  24.  A. smile  B. excitement
  C. calmness  D. tear
  25.  A. stores  B. markets
  C. friends  D. companions
  26.  A. assignments  B. homework
  C. shopping  D. favor
  27.  A. hoped  B. worried
  C. denied  D. declared
  28.  A. delight  B. sorrow
  C. pity  D. sympathy
  29.  A. school  B. store
  C. heaven  D. downtown
  30.  A. weeks  B. months
  C. hours  D. days
  31.  A. However  B. Then
  C. Unexpectedly  D. Therefore
  32.  A. spot  B. destination
  C. view  D. ducks
  33.  A. moved  B. silent
  C. annoyed  D. delighted
  34.  A. surprise  B. shock
  C. coincidence  D. blessing
  35.   A. seldom  B. either
  C. always  D. still


 二、完形填空   (共20小題;每小题1分,满分20分)
  To live is to trust. That’s especially    16   for someone like me, blind from birth. As a child, when I was feeling frustrated by my   17   or if I ran into some other problem I couldn’t   18   well on my own, I’d go to my father. “  19   inside,” he’d say “Search deep within yourself, and find that   20   where you can trust yourself. All you need to do is   21   listening, and trust what you hear.” When I found myself in   22   situations over the years, I’d try what my father   23  . I’d   24   that voice.
  On the morning of September 11, 2001, a moment came when I needed it as I    25   had before. I was at my computer   26   somewhere above me the loudest explosion I’d never heard   27  . Shouts and   28   came from outside my door. The floor listed like the deck of a ship, and the only thing to do was go to that place   29   myself, and pray for the guidance. I took a deep   30  .  I tried to listen. I headed for the stairs. I’d never walked the 78    31   down before, but I made it. I survived the   32   of the skyscrapers.
  There are still so many   33   questions about what happened that day—not the   34   of which is how I managed to get down all the flights when everything went wrong. The one thing I know for certain is that my dad was   35  .  Even when things are at their darkest, trust yourself and stay calm.
 16.  A. unbelievable  B. worthwhile
  C. true  D. rigid
  17.  A. disability  B. capability
  C. vision  D. drawback
  18.  A. view  B. induce
  C. undergo  D. handle
  19.  A. Listen  B. Look
  C. Try  D. Curse
  20.  A. place  B. foundation
  C. grace  D. insight
  21.  A. interact  B. imitate
  C. practice  D. exceed
  22.  A. earnest  B. tough
  C. crucial  D. desperate
  23.  A. deduced  B. innovated
  C. interfered  D. suggested
  24.  A. make for  B. head for
  C. reach for  D. listen for
  25.  A. never  B. ever
  C. still  D. always
  26.  A. when  B. where
  C. which  D. while
  27.  A. set off  B. went off
  C. fell off  D. called off
  28.  A. scratches  B. impacts
  C. screams  D. flames
  29.  A. beyond  B. against
  C. inside  D. beneath
  30.  A. scream  B. sigh
  C. bounce  D. breath
  31.  A. flights  B. stairs
  C. steps  D. barriers
  32.  A. eruption  B. collapse
  C. explosion  D. submission
  33.  A. unidentified  B. unknown
  C. unconscious  D. unanswered
  34.  A. best  B. least
  C. most  D. biggest
  35.   A. unique  B. fantastic
  C. right  D. ridiculous

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