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2011-2014年广东高考英语完形填空


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内容提要:2011、2012、2013、2014年广东高考英语完形填空


It has been argued by some that gifted children should be grouped in special classes. The   1   is based on the belief that in regular classes these children are held back in their intellectual (智力的) growth by   2   situations that are designed for the   3   children.

There can be little doubt that   4   classes can help the gifted children to graduate earlier and take their place in life sooner. However, to take these   5   out of the regular classes may create serious problems.

I observed a number of   6   children who were taken out of a special class and placed in a   7   class. In the special class, they showed little ability to use their own judgment, relying   8 on their teachers’ directions. In the regular class, having no worry about keeping up, they began to reflect   9   on many problems, some of which were not on the school program.

Many are concerned that gifted children become   10   and lose interest in learning. However this   11   is more often from parents and teachers than from students, and some of these   12   simply conclude that special classes should be set up for those who are   13. Some top students do feel bored in class, but why they   14   so goes far beyond the work they have in school. Studies have shown that to be bored is to be anxious. The gifted child who is bored is an   15   child.

 

1. A. principle        B. theory        C. argument    D. classification

2. A. designing       B. grouping     C. learning      D. living

3. A. smart            B. curious       C. mature              D. average

4. A. regular           B. special        C. small          D. creative

5. A. children         B. programs    C. graduates   D. designs

6. A. intelligent       B. competent  C. ordinary     D. independent

7. A. separate         B. regular              C. new           D. boring

8. A. specially        B. slightly       C. wrongly     D. heavily

9. A. directly          B. cleverly      C. voluntarily  D. quickly

10. A. doubted              B. bored         C. worried      D. tired

11. A. concern              B. conclusion  C. reflection    D. interest

12. A. students              B. adults         C. scholars     D. teachers

13. A. talented        B. worried      C. learned       D. interested

14. A. believe         B. think          C. say            D. feel

15. A. outstanding  B. intelligent    C. anxious      D. ordinary

 

1-15  CCDBA  ABDCB   ABADC


We all know that some things are obviously right. For example, it is right to be   1   to other people. It is also right to look after the environment. Some things are   2   wrong, too. For instance, we should not hurt or bully (欺负) others, nor should we litter. Rules often tell us what is right or wrong.

Rules can help the public make the right   3   , and remain safe. Car drivers have to obey traffic regulations that tell them the right things to do on the road to avoid crashes. Cyclists who give signals before turning or stopping help prevent   4   .

If people follow rules without taking other matters into consideration, it will be   5  for them to form what is sometimes called a “black and white” view. For example, they may believe that people should always tell the truth, and that lying is   6   acceptable. Such people always stick to their views, even if it means that they may get into   7   .

Sometimes it may not be so easy to know   8   what is right or wrong. Some people choose not to eat meat because they believe that it is   9   to eat animals, but others argue that they can eat meat and   10   be kind to animals; some insist that stealing is always wrong, but others think that one does not need to feel so   11   when stealing some food to eat, if he lives in a really poor area and he is   12   .

Rules help us live together in harmony, because they show us the right way to   13   others. However, some people argue that rules may be   14  , having observed that rules change all the time, and that some schools have some regulations and other have different onesso who is to   15  what is right ?

1. A. kind          B. sensitive     C. fair         D. generous

2. A. equally        B. slightly       C. clearly     D. increasingly

3. A. suggestions    B. conclusions       C. turns       D. choices

4. A. accidents              B. mistakes     C. falls           D. deaths

5. A. interesting      B. vital        C. easy        D. valuable

6. A. seldom       B. rarely      C. merely           D. never

7. A. trouble           B. power        C. prison        D. control

8. A. roughly          B. eventually   C. deliberately D. exactly

9. A. awful            B. cruel       C. unhealthy   D. unnecessary

10. A. still           B. even           C. later        D. somehow

11. A. nervous        B. anxious      C. afraid      D. guilty

12. A. begging        B. staving       C. growing     D. wandering

13. A. follow          B. instruct      C. treat        D. protect

14. A. disgusting    B. confusing   C. unsafe        D. unimportant

 

15. A. predict      B. explain       C. decide     D. consider

ACDAC   DADBA  DBCBC

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