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2016 年全国高考英语试卷之完形填空汇编
新课标Ⅰ卷 A Heroic Driver Larry works with Transport Drivers. Inc. One morning in 2009. Larry was __41__along 165 north after delivering to one of his 43 noticed brake and he got closer, he found 44 45 47 42 . Suddenly, he saw a car with its bright lights on.

vehicle upside down on the road. One more look and he 46 vehicle. Larry pulled over, set the

shooting out from under the

the fire extinguisher (灭火器). Two good bursts from the extinguisher and the

fire was put out. The man who had his bright lights on emergency call. They vehicle. 51 50 48 and told Larry he had 49 an

heard a woman?s voice coming from the wrecked (毁坏的)

the vehicle, they saw that a woman was trying to get out of the broken window. 52 54 until the emergency personnel arrived, 53 she thought

They told her to stay the car was going to not move 55

. Larry told her that he had already put out the fire and she should

she injured her neck. 56 and let them go

Once fire and emergency people arrive, Larry and the other man to work. Then, Larry asked the the other man go. One thing is 59 57 if he was needed or 58

to go. They let him and

—Larry went above and beyond the call of duty by getting so close to 60 most likely saved the woman?s life. C.traveling C. employers C. As C. that C. water C. removed C. took charge of C. came in C. made C. finally C. Passing C. away C. and C. fall apart

the burning vehicle! His 41. A. walking

B. touring

D.rushing D. customers D. If D. his D. steam D. abandoned D. controlled D. came over D. confirmed D. even D. Approaching D. calm D. but D. crash

42. A. passengers B. colleagues 43. A. Since 44. A. each 45. A. flames 46. A. used B. Although B. another B. smoke B. disabled

47. A. got hold of B. prepared 48. A. came down B. came through 49. A. returned 50. A. then 51. A. Starting 52. A. quiet 53. A. for 54. A. explode B. received B. again B. Parking B. still B. so B. slip away

55. A. as if

B. unless

C. in case

D. after D. set out D. driver D. free D. checked D. promise

56. A. stepped forward B. backed off C. moved on 57. A. woman 58. A. forbidden 59. A. for certain 60. A. patience B. police B. ready C. man C. asked

B. for consideration C. reported B. skills C. efforts

新课标Ⅱ卷 Hundreds of people have formed impressions of you through that little device(装置)on your desk. And they?ve never actually 21 you. Everything they know about you device, sometimes from hundreds of miles away. 22 through this 24 from

23 they feel they can know you

the sound of your voice. That?s how powerful the 25 is. Powerful, yes, but not always 26 . For years I dealt with my travel agent only by phone. Rani, 27 , got me rock-bottom prices on airfares, cars, and 29 another agent.

my faceless agent whom I?d never met

hotels. But her cold voice really 28 me. I sometimes wished to One morning, I had to 30

an immediate flight home for a family emergency. I ran into 32 my madness, sympathetically jumped up. 34

Rani?s office 31 . The woman sitting at the desk, She gave me a 33

smile, nodded while listening patiently, and then printed out the

immediately. “What a wonderful lady!” I thought. Rushing out 35 I called out over my shoulder, “By the way, what?s your name?” “I?m Rani,” she said. I turned around and saw a 36 woman with a big smile on her face waving to wish me a 38 . 39 ---her warm

safe trip. I was 37 ! Why had I thought she was cold? Rani was, well, so

Sitting back in the car on the way to the airport, I figured it all out. Rani?s

smile, her nods, her ?I?m here for you? 40 ---were all silent signals that didn?t travel through wires. 21. A. accepted 22. A. came 23. A. Thus 24. A. rather 25. A. Telephone 26. A. direct 27. A. in person 28. A. annoyed 29. A. promote B. noticed B. moved B. Yet B. also B. voice B. useful B. by myself B. interested B. train C. heard C. ran C. Then C. just C. connection C. easy C. in public C. discouraged C. find D. met D. developed D. Indeed D. already D. impression D. accurate D. on purpose D. confused D. know


30. A. arrange 31. A. for the fi rst time 32. A. expecting 33. A. shy 34. A. bill 35. A. hopefully 36. A. careful 37. A. amused 38. A. calm 39. A. forgiveness 40. A. explanation

B. postpone B. at any time B. seeing B. comforting B. form B. disappointedly B. serious B. worried B. nice B. eagerness B. attitude

C. confirm C. from time to time C. testing C. familiar C. ticket C. gratefully C. nervous C. helpless C. proud C. friendliness C. concept

D. book D. in good time D. avoiding D. forced D. list D. regretfully D. pleasant D. speechless D. clever D. skillfulness D. Behavior

新课标Ⅲ卷 When I was 13 my only purpose was to become the star on our football team. That meant 21 Miller King, who was the best 22 at our school.

Football season started in September and all summer long I worked out. I carried my football everywhere for 23 .

Just before September, Miller was struck by a car and lost his right arm. I went to see him after he came back from 24 . He looked very 25 , but he didn?t cry. 27 28 the home games from the bench.

That season, I 26 all of Miller?s records while he We went 10-1 and I was named most valuable player, was to blame for Miller?s 29 .

I often had crazy dreams in which I

One afternoon, I was crossing the field to go home and saw Miller


going over a

fence—which wasn?t 31 to climb if you had both arms. I?m sure I was the last person in the world he wanted to accept 32 from. But even that challenge he accepted. I 33 34 him move

slowly over the fence. When we were finally

on the other side, he said to me, “You know, 35 .Thank you for filling in for 36 .”

I didn?t tell you this during the season, but you did His words freed me from my bad

37 . I thought to myself, how even without an arm he 38 ahead of me. I was right to have

was more of a leader. Damaged but not defeated, he was 39 him. From that day on, I grew 21.A. cheering for 22.A.coach 23.A.practice 24.A.school

40 and a little more real. C. relying on C. teacher C. comfort C. hospital D. staying with D. player D. pleasure D. training

B. beating out B. student B. show B. vacation


25.A. pale 26.A. held 27.A.reported 28.A.and 29.A. decision 30.A.stuck 31.A. steady 32.A.praise 33.A.let 34.A. dropped 35.A.fine 36.A. us 37.A.memories 38.A.still 39.A. challenged 40.A.healthier

B. calm B. broke B. judged B. then B. mistake B. hurt B. hard B. advice B. helped B. ready B. wrong B. yourself B. ideas B. also B. cured B. bigger

C. relaxed C. set C. organized C. but C. accident C. tired C. fun C. assistance C. had C. trapped C. quickly C. me C. attitudes C. yet C. invited C. cleverer

D. ashamed D. tried D. watched D. thus D. sacrifice D. lost D. fit D. apology D. noticed D. safe D. normally D. them D. dreams D. just D. admired D. cooler

北京卷 A Race Against Death It was a cold January in 1925 in North Alaska. The town was cut off from the rest of the world due to heavy snow. On the 20th of that month, Dr.Welch 36 a Sick boy, Billy, and knew he had diphtheria,

a deadly infectious(传染的)disease mainly affecting children. The children of Nome would be 37 if it struck the town. Dr.Welch needed medicine as soon as possible to stop other kids from getting sick. 38 , the closest supply was over 1,000 miles away, in Anchorage. 39 was already full of ice, so it couldn`t 40 roads. Jet airplanes and big trucks

How could the medicine get to Nome? The town`s come by ship. Cars and horses couldn?t travel on the didn?t exist yet.

41 January 26, Billy and three other children had died. Twemty more were Nome`s town officials came up with a(n) 43 . They would have the medicine sent by

42 . 44

from Anchorage to Nenana. From there, dogeled( 狗 拉 雪 橇 )drivers—known as “mushers”—would 45 it to Nome in a relay(接力).

The race began on January 27. The first musher, Shannon, picked up the medicine from the train at Nenana and rode all night. 46 he handed the medicine to the next musher, Shannon`s


face was black from the extreme cold. On January 31,a musher named Seppala had to 47 a frozen body of water called Norton

Sound .It was the most 48 part of the journey. Norton Sound was covered with ice,which could sometimes break up without warning.If that happened,Seppala might fall into the icy water below.He would 49 ,and so would the sick children of Nome.But Seppala made it across. A huge snowstorm hit on February 1.Amusher named Kaasen had to brave this storm.At one point,huge piles of sonw blocked his 50 .He had to leave the trail (雪橇痕迹)to get around them.Conditions were so bad that it was impossible for him to 51 the trail again. The only

hope was Balto,Kaasen?s lead dog, Balto put his nose to the ground, 52 to find the smell of other dogs that had traveled on the trail.If Balto failed,it would mean disaster for Nome.The minutes passed by.Suddenly, Balto began to 53 .He had foung the trail.

At 5:30 am on February 2, Kaasen and his dog 54 in Nome. Within minutes,Dr.Welch had the medicine.He quickly gave it to the sick children.All of them recoverd. Nome had been 55 36.A.examined 37.A.harmless 38.A.Moreover 39.A.airport 40.A.narrow 41.A.From 42.A.tired 43.A.plan 44.A.air 45.A.carry 46.A.Though 47.A.enter 48.A.shameful 49.A.escape 50.A.memory 51.A.find 52.A.pretending 53.A.run 54.A.gathered 55.A.controlled . C.interviewed C. fearless C.Otherwise C. harbor C.busy C.By C. pale C.message C. sea C. mail C. When C. visit C.dangerous C. swim C.way C. pass C. asking C. bite C. camped C.founded D.cured D.careless D.However D.border D.dirty D.After D.sick D.topic D.road D.give D.If D.cross D.foolish D.die D.destination D.change D.learning D.play D.arrived D.developed

B.warned B.helpless B.Therefore B.station B. snowy B.On B.upset B.excuse B.rail B.return B.Since B.move B.boring B.bleed B.exit B.fix B.trying B.leave B.stayed B.saved


四川卷 Lainey finished third grade. She had good grades and could read 21 grade level, but she

did not like to read. On a family car trip, her Aunt Dede pulled out a copy of Harry Potter, as a surprise for her 22 . But Lainey took one look at it, 23 her eyes, and said, “Borring!” 24 the

Aunt Dede, a teacher, had read the book to her students, and they loved it. youngest children in the class were then 27 25 by the story. They 26

with great interest and

joined in grand conversations about Harry`s adventures. 28 ? Have you read it? ” asked Aunt Dede. 29 .” complained Lainey.

“How can you say it`s

“No, it`s too long and it doesn`t have any “Oh, that`s where you are you just have to read the words to 30 31

;there are lots of pictures. Every page is full of pictures; them. It`s like magic.” 32 from the back seat.

“Nice try , Aunt Dede,”Lainey replied

Another 33 was in order. “Well, if you don?t want to read it, give it34 .Maybe your mom would 35 hearing the story.” The book sailed through the air to Aunt Dede and she began to read it aloud. By the end of the first chapter,36 little37.” Lainey is an example of an 38 reader. As shown here, Lainey can become 39 about were coming from the back seat: “Please read a

reading when 40 with literature on topics that interest her, and when the people around her model involvement in the reading process. 21.A.within 22.A.daughter 23.A.opened 24.A.Even 25.A.surprised 26.A.read 27.A.suspectedly 28.A.amazing 29.A.pictures 30.A.crazy 31.A.see 32.A.sourly 33.A.idea 34.A.away 35.A.enjoy B.on B.niece B.dried B.Still B.annoyed B.told B.anxiously B.boring B.stories B.foolish B. match B.patiently B.try B.out B.admit C.to C. student C.rolled C. Just C. puzzled C.listened C.calmly C.ridiculous C. adventures C. wrong C.show C. eagerly C.belief C.in C. mind D. above D.friend D.shaded D.Yet D.attracted. D.wrote D.enthusiastically D.humorous D.conversations D.different D.recognize D.shyly D.behavior D.back D.finish


36.A.decisions 37.A.more clearly 38.A. Unpleasant 39.A.astonished 40.A. presented

B. requests B.longer B. Innocent B.worried B. concerned

C.comments C. louder C.unwilling C. confused C.disturbed

D.promises D.more carefully D.independent D.excited D.replaced

浙江卷 During the war,my husband was stationed at an army camp in a desert in California.I went to live there in order to be 21 him. I hated the place .I had never 22 been so unhappy . My

husband was ordered out on a long-term duty,and I was left in a tiny shack(棚屋) alone. The heat was 23 -almost 125 0F even in the shade of a cactus(仙人掌)。 24 a soul to talk to . The wind 25 with sand , sand ,

blew non-stop ,and all the food I ate ,and the evry air I breathed,were sand !

I was so sorry for myself that I wrote to my parents. I told them I was


and coming

back home.I said I couldn?t stand it one minute longer. I 27 be in prison! My father answered my 28 with just two lines-two lines that will always sing in my 29 - two lines that

completely changed my life : Two men looked out from prison bars One saw the mud ,the other saw the stars. I read those two lines 30 what was good in my present 31 I was ashamed of myself. I made up my mind I would find out ; I would look for the stars. 32 amazed me. They gave me presents of their

I made friends with the natives,and their favorite artworks which they had 33

to sell to toueists . I studied the delightful forms of the for seashells that had been left there millions of

cactus .I watched for the desert sunsets,and 34 years ago when the desert had been an ocean 35 What brought about this had changed my amazing 39 38 36

change in me ? The desert hadn?t changed , 37

I had .I

And by doing so ,I changed an unhappy experience into the most

of my life . I was excited by this new world that I had dicovered I had looked out 40 the stars C. near C. then D. beyond D. still D.unbearable D.Such D. charhed

of my self-creatded prison and 21. A. off 22. A. before 23. A. inflexible 24. A. Only 25. A. covered

B. behind B. already

B. incomprehensible C. uncontrollable B. Not B. filled C. Many C. buried


26. A. catching up 27. A. ought to 28. A.request 29. A. comparison 30. A. over and over 31. A. company 32. A. movement 33. A. refused 34. A. asked 35. A. floor 36. A. shocking 37. A. as 38. A. attitude 39. A. vacation 40. A. sought

B. keeping up B. might well B. call B. imagination B. by and by B. occupation B. reaction B. failed B. hunted B. surface B. challenging B. but B. principle B. operation B. counted

C. giving up C. would rather C. question C. consideration C. up and down C. situation C. guidance C. managed C. waited C. rock C. puzzling C. for C. identity C. affair C. found

D.getting up D.had better D.letter D. memory D.noe and then D.relationship D.purpose D.happened D.headed D.level D.astonishing D.or D.standard D. adventure D.reached

江苏卷 Years ago, a critical event occurred in my life that would change it forever. I met Kurt Kampmeir of Success Motivation Incorporation for breakfast. While we were ___36 ,Kurt asked me, “ John, what is your 37 for personal growth? Never at a loss for words, I tried to find things in my life that might him about the many activities in which I was 39 . And I went into a 38 40 for growth. I told about how hard I 41 patiently, but

worked and the gains I was making. I must have talked for ten minutes. Kurt then he 42

smiled and said, “You don?t have a personal plan for growth, do you?” . 44 process.” 46 to make myself better. And

“No, I 43

“You know,” Kurt said simply, “growth is not a(n) And that?s when it 45

me. I wasn?t doing anything

at that moment, I made the 48 .

47 : I will develop and follow a personal growth plan for my

That night, I talked to my wife about my


with Kurt and what I had learned. I 51


her the workbook and tapes Kurt was selling. We sale. He was offering a 52

that Kurt wasn?t just trying to make a

for us to change our lives and achieve our dreams. 53 the resources. But

Several important things happened that day. First, we decided to more importantly, we made a commitment to 54

together as a couple. From that day on, we


learned together, traveled together, and sacrificed together. It was a many couples grow apart, we were growing together.


decision. While too

36. A. working 37. A. suggestion 38. A. appeal 39. A. involved 40. A. lecture 41. A. calculated 42. A. eagerly 43. A. admitted 44. A. automatic 45. A. confused 46. A. on loan 47. A. comment 48. A. life 49. A. contract 50. A. lent 51. A. recalled 52. A. tool 53. A. provide 54. A. grow 55. A. difficult

B. preparing B. demand B. look B. trapped B. speech B. listened B. gradually B. interrupted B. slow B. informed B. on purpose B. announcement B. progress B. conversation B. sold B. defined B. method B. buy B. survive B. random

C. thinking C. plan C. call C. lost C. discussion C. drank C. gratefully C. apologized C. independent C. pleased C. on sale C. decision C. performance C. negotiation C. showed C. recognized C. way C. give C. move C. firm

D. eating D. request D. qualify D. bathed D. debate D. explained D. finally D. complained D. changing D. hit D. on balance D. arrangement D. investment D. argument D. offered D. declared D. rule D. deliver D. gather D. wise

天津卷 The journey my daughter Cathy has had with her swimming is as long as it is beautiful. Cathy suffered some terrible 16 17 became healthy. Two years ago, while Cathy was watching the Olympics, a dream came into her sweet little head—to be a swimmer. Last summer, she wanted to 18 hard and finally 19 and could hardly 21 it. The team practice, out local swim team. She practiced in her early childhood. After years of regular treatment, she

20 was a rough start. She coughed and choked

her first few weeks. Hearing her coughing bitterly one night, I decided to 23 to go!

22 her from it all. But Cathy woke me up early next morning, wearing her swimsuit

I told her she shouldn?t swim after a whole night?s coughing, but she refused to 24 and insisted

she go . From that day on, Cathy kept swimming and didn?t 25 a single practice. She had a 26

intention within herself to be the best she could be. My ten—year—old was growing and changing right before my eyes, into this 27 moments of 28 human being with a passion and a mission. There were

of course: often she would be the last swimmer in the race. It was difficult for 29 ---ever. But that didn?t stop her from trying.

Cathy to accept th at she wasn?t a

Then came the final awards ceremony at the end of the year. Cathy didn?t expect any award but was still there to 30 her friends and praise their accomplishments. As the ceremony was

nearing the end, I suddenly heard the head coach 31 , “The highest honor goes to Cathy!” Looking around, he continued, “Cathy has inspired us with her 32 and enthusiasm. 33

skills and talents bring great success, the most valuable asset(财富)one can hold is the heart.” It was the greatest 34 of my daughter?s life. With all she hade been this was the hour of true triumph(成功). 16. A. failure 17. A. usually 18. A. improve 19. A. increased 20. A. however 21. A. use 22. A. pull 23. A. afraid 24. A. take off 25. A. attend 26. A. rich 27. A. trusted 28. A. frustration 29. A. beginner 30. A. cheer on 31. A. admitting 32. A. humor 33. A. Although 34. A. discovery 35. A. through B. pressure B. finally B. train B. found B. therefore B. survive B. tell B. nervous B. set off B. miss B. weak B.determined B. delight B.learner B. compete with B.explaining B. will B. Since B. choice B. under C. loss C. firstly C. join C. created C. otherwise C. save C. hide C. ready C. give up C. ban C. firm C.experienced C. excitement C. partner C. respond to C.announcing C. honesty C. Once C. influence C. across D. illness D. frequently D. contact D. made D. instead D. waste D. fire D. free D. show up D. Start D. kind D. embarrassed D. surprise D. winner D. run after D. whispering D. wisdom D. Because D. moment D. around 35 in her ten years,


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