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完形填空练习题  

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完形填空练习题
五.完型填空
   Now machines are widely 1 all over the world. Why are machines so important and necessary(必需的) to us? Because they can help us do things 2 and faster.
   A washing machine helps us to 3 clothes quickly. A printing(打印机) machine helps us to 4 a lot of books, newspaper, magazines and many 5 things quickly. Motorbikes, cars, trains and planes are all 6 . They help us to travel faster than  7  foot.
   The computer is a wonderful machines. It was invented not long 8 .It not only stores information(储存信息) but also 9  numbers millions of times as fast as a scientist does.
   Let’s study hard and try to use all 10 of machines to build our opening China into a modern country.
(  )1. A. be used    B. used      C. uses         D. being used
(  )2. A. better      B. good      C. well        D. best
(  )3. A. washes    B. washed     C. wash       D. washing
(  )4. A. printed     B. print       C. prints      D. printing
(  )5. A. another     B. others    C. other        D. the other
(  )6. A. a machine B. some machines C. not machines D. machines
(  )7. A. in           B. onto     C. on       D. over
(  )8. A. before        B. age       C. after     D. ago
(  )9. A. computers    B. computing   C. compute   D. to compute
(  )10. A. the kind     B. kind        C. kinds      D. the kinds
   The best way of learning English is by 1 it, talking in English as 2 as possible. Sometimes you will get your words mixed up(混合) 3  people will not understand you. 4 people will say things too quickly and you can’t understand them. But if you keep our sense of humour(幽默感), you can always have a good laugh 5  the mistakes you made. Do not 6  unhappy if people seem to be laughing at your mistakes. It is much better for people 7  be laughing at your mistakes than to be angry because they don’t understand 8 you are saying. The most important rule(规则) 9 learning English is: “Don’t be afraid of 10  mistakes, everyone makes mistakes.”
(  )1. A. using        B. used       C. uses       D. use 
(  )2. A. many        B. much      C. more       D. most
(  )3. A. but          B. or        C. and         D. though
(  )4. A. Sometime   B. Sometimes   C. Some time   D. Some times
(  )5. A. at            B. in        C. on         D. for
(  )6. A. being         B. is        C. are         D. be
(  )7. A. for            B. from     C. to          D. onto
(  )8. A. why           B. how      C. where      D. what 
(  )9. A. for             B. to       C. in          D. by
(  )10. A. making        B. makes     C. make      D. made
   What do you know about the sea? Some people 1 seen it but others haven’t. The sea 2 beautiful on a fine sunny day and it 3  be very rough(凶暴的) when there is a strong wind. What other things do you know 4  it?
Of course, the sea is very large. In the world there 5 more sea than land.
If you have 6 in the sea, you know that the water is salty. Rivers carry salt from the land 7  the sea. Some places 8  the sea are more salty than 9 places. Do you know the Dead Sea? Fish can’t live 10 it!
(  )1. A. having       B. have         C. has         D. had
(  )2. A. looking      B. look          C. looks       D. to look
(  )3. A. cannot       B. could        C. can         D. may not
(  )4. A. about        B. to           C. from        D. in
(  )5. A. be           B. was         C. are          D. is
(  )6. A. swimming    B. swum        C. swim        D. to swim
(  )7. A. in           B. to           C. on          D. into
(  )8. A. to           B. at           C. in          D. of
(  )9. A .others        B. another       C. other       D. the other
(  )10. A. in          B. of             C. to        D. at
   Man has a big brain(大脑)that can think, learn and speak. Scientists once thought that men are different from animals 1  they can think and learn.
   They know now that dogs, monkeys and birds can learn, too. They are beginning to understand that men are different from animals because they can speak. Animals can’t speak. They make noises when they are afraid, or angry or unhappy. Apes(类人猿) can understand something 2  than men, one or two of them have learnt 3  words. But they can’t join words to make sentences. They can’t think 4 us because they have 5 language. Language is a wonderful thing. Man has 6  build a modern world because he has language. 7 child can speak his own language very well when he is four or five, 8  no animal learns to speak. 9  do children learn it? Scientists do not really know. 10 happens inside our body when we speak? They do not know. They only know that man can speak because he has a brain.
(  )1. A. because         B. after        C. before     D. if
(  )2. A. more quickly    B. quicker       C. quickly    D. quickilier
(  )3. A. a little          B. little         C. a few     D. few
(  )4. A. as              B. about       C. like       D. over
(  )5. A. or              B. a           C. no        D. some
(  )6. A. to able to        B. be able to    C. been able to D. able to
(  )7. A. Every           B. Each of      C. One       D. All
(  )8. A. or              B. so          C. and        D. but  
(  )9. A. How           B. Which        C. Why       D. What
(  )10. A. Where         B. When        C. What       D. How
  Rain falls in the top of hills. Some of the rain 1  by plant, and some of it 2  down the hill. It 3  a little river. Soon the little river 4  other little rivers and 5  bigger. It 6  faster. It 7  stones along with it, which are worn down(磨损) until they 8  round. But at the foot of the hill, the little river slows down and 9  into a big river. Rivers 10  with rain.
(  )1. A. are used       B. is used      C. can use      D. uses
(  )2. A. brings         B. takes       C. runs       D. turns
(  )3. A. makes         B. does        C. has        D. is having
(  )4. A. meets         B. gets         C. touches     D. falls
(  )5. A. meets         B. makes       C. touches      D. grows
(  )6. A. becomes      B. goes         C. turns        D.makes
(  )7. A. carries       B. moves        C. cuts        D. meets
(  )8. A. become      B. change        C. grow       D. are
(  )9. A. sends        B. flies          C. flows       D. carries
(  )10. A. flows       B. falls           C. changes    D. begin
   The sun is always shining. But it can only shine on 1  side of the earth at a time. It cannot light the side that is turned 2  from it. When the sun is shining on 3  side of the world. It is night where you are.
  At night , you can see the stars. 4  day the stars are in the sky, but the light from the sun is so bright that you cannot see them, When the sun is 5 , the stars are bright 6  to see. Stars look as tiny(小) as pinheads(大头针帽), but some are even bigger than the sun. Big things look 7  when they are far away . In the sky, airplanes look 8  toys, 9 on the ground you can see that they are big. Stars are millions of times 10  than airplanes.
(  )1. A. the           B. one           C. an        D. a 
(  )2. A. around        B. off            C. away     D. to
(  )3. A. another       B. other           C. one        D. the other
(  )4. A. All          B. Whole          C. The all     D. Not
(  )5. A. go           B. been          C. gone      D. went
(  )6. A. enough       B. much           C. very        D. clearly
(  )7. A. little          B. big            C. large      D. huge
(  )8. A. like          B. as if           C. likes      D. as
(  )9. A. and          B. but            C. so        D. or
(  )10. A . bigger       B. big            C. small    D. smaller
  Do you live in a city? Do you know 1 ?  Long ago, the world had only  2 people. These people moved 3 . They moved over the land, hunting(猎取) animals 4 .
  5 knows how or when those people learned about 6  food. But when they 7 , their lives changed. They didn’t have to 8 food any more. They could stay in one place and grow it.
   People began to live 9 one another. And so the first village grew. Many people came to work in the villages. These villages 10 very big.
  When machined appeared(出现) , life in the villages changed again, Factories were built. More and more people lived near the factories. Cities began to come into being(形成) .
(  )1. A. how cities began          B. why cities began
C. how cities begun          D. why cities begun
(  )2. A .a few thousand           B. a few thousands of
 C. a little thousand              D. little thousands of
(  )3. A. place to place               B. one place to a place
C. from a place to place         D. from place to place
(  )4. A. by food       B. on food      C. to food       D. for food
(  )5. A. No anyone     B. Not         C. No one      D. Not a one
(  )6. A. growing       B. grow       C. grows        D. to grow
(  )7. A. did these      B. knew        C. did         D. know these
(  )8. A. look after      B. look for      C. look at      D. look up 
(  )9. A. nearer         B. by          C. near         D. near by
(  )10. A. turned        B. went         C. grew       D. changed
  Scientists have always wanted to know more about the other worlds in space.
Years ago they knew many facts(事实) 1 the moon. They knew 2 and how far away. But 3 wanted to know more about it. They thought and thought. At last they 4  the only way to know more was 5  men to the moon.
  The moon is about 384,000kilometres away from the earth. A plane cannot fly 6  because the air reaches only 240 kilometres. Then there is 7 . But 8  can fly even where is no air. That is a rocket(火箭).
  Rockets can fly far out into space. Rockets 9 men in them have flown to other planet 10 than the moon. One day rockets may be able to go to any place.
(  )1. A. with       B. about          C. of          D. on
(  )2. A. it was big B. how big was it  C. it was how big D. how big it was
(  )3. A. our        B. we            C. he           D. they
(  )4. A. told        B. were found     C. found        D. were told
(  )5. A. sent        B. to send        C. send         D. sends
(  )6. A. to the earth   B. to the moon   C. to the sun     D. to space
(  )7. A. some air     B. many air      C. much air      D. no air
(  )8. A. sometime  B. something      C. some time     D. sometimes
(  )9. A. have       B. no             C. with       D. without
(  )10. A. many farther away       B. more far
C. much farther away        D. much far away
  At first people were afraid to send letters 1 air. They thought that the plane might fall and their friends might not 2  the letters at all. So they sent 3  letters-one letter by air and the other by train or by ship. In this way they made 4  that the letters would be received. Planes are now almost as 5 as trains or ships; so many 6 sent by air.
  When you send a letter by air post, you must put 7 stamps on it . You 8 “BY  AIR” on the outside, you put it in the same postbox 9 all the other letters, or you may 10 it to the post office.
(  )1. A. on             B. with          C. by        D. in
(  )2. A. receive         B. send          C. bring      D. take
(  )3. A. three           B. four          C. some      D. two
(  )4. A. enough         B. sure          C. happy     D. safe
(  )5. A. dangerous       B. safe          C. careful    D. careless
(  )6. A. books          B. letters         C. stamps    D. boxes
(  )7. A. less            B fewer          C. few       D. more
(  )8. A. written         B. write          C. wrote      D. writing
(  )9. A. as             B. in             C. on        D. from
(  )10. A. bring          B. take           C. receive    D. get
六. 阅读理解
  Mr. White came out of the airport. He asked every taxi-driver’s name. Then he took the third taxi. It cost five dollars from the airport to the hotel. “ How much does it cost for the whole day?” he asked. “ A hundred dollars.” Said the taxi-driver. This was very expensive but Mr White agreed.
  The taxi-driver took Mr. White everywhere. He showed him all the monuments and museums. In the evening they went back to the hotel. Mr. White gave the driver a hundred dollars and said, “What about tomorrow?” “Tomorrow?” It’s another a hundred dollars tomorrow.”
  “OK.” Said Mr. White. “If that’s the price, see you tomorrow1” The driver was very pleased. White gave the driver a hundred dollars and said, “I’m going home tomorrow.” The driver was very sorry. He liked Mr. White and above all, a hundred a day is good money. So he asked Mr. White, “Where do you come from?” “ I come from New York.” Mr. White answered. “new York!” said the driver, “I have a sister in New York. Her name is Susan. So you know her?”
  “of course, I know her . She gave me two hundred dollars for you.”
(  )1. Mr. White got to another country_______.
 A. by train   B. by air    C. in plane     D. by tax
(  )2.Mr. White asked every taxi-driver’s name because_______.
A. he was afraid to be cheated.B. he knew about one of the taxi-drivers
(  )3. The price of a hundred dollars a day was ______in this city .
 A. expensive    B. cheap   C. nice   D. fair
(  )4. Why was the taxi-driver very pleased?   Because_______.
 A. his sister knew Mr. White. B. his sister brought so much money to him.
B. he got a hundred dollars a day  D. he became a guide of Mr. White
(  )5. We can infer ______ from this story.
A. Mr. White didn’t know the taxi-driver’s sister
B. The driver knew Mr. White was his sister’s friend
C. Mr. White was given back two hundred dollars
 Mr. and Mrs. Brown were going to American for their holiday. They had a dog called Blackie. They loved him very much, but they couldn’t take him abroad with them. So they looked for a good place for him before they looked for a good place for him before they left for their holiday. At the end of their holiday, they returned to England very late at night, and they thought that place where Blackie was staying might be closed at that late hour, they decided to get home back the next morning.
The next morning Mr. Brown drove to take Blackie home. When he came back home with the dog, he said to his wife. “Do you know, dear, I don’t think blacked has enjoyed his stay at that place very much. He barked all the way home in the car. It seemed that he wanted to tell something.” Mrs. Brown looked at the dog carefully and then said, “You are quite right, dear. He wasn’t truing to tell you that you were bringing the wrong dog home. This isn’t Blackie.”          
(  )1. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were going abroad_______.
A. on business          B. to see Blackie
C. to get Blackie back    D. to spend their holiday
(  )2. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were from ______.
  A. American   B. Japan     C. Canada    D. England
(  )3. Blackie was Mr. and Mrs. Brown’s _______.
  A. only son  B. dear dog  C. neighbour    D. workmate
(  )4. Mr. and Mrs. Brown decided to take Blackie bome_____.
A. in the evening       B. very late
C. the next morning     D. as soon as they got home
(  )5. Why did the dog bark all the way to Mr. Brown’s home? Because _____.
A. the dog wasn’t Mr. Brown’s B. he hadn’t enjoyed his stay at that place
C. the dog hadn’t eaten any   D. Mr. Brown was going to kill home
Do you ever do the food shopping for your family? If you do. Try looking inside a box of eggs. You might even find something to read in there. Some shop owned have put ads inside the egg boxes, one ad might tell you to but bacon or ham to cook with the eggs. Another might tell you to buy tea or coffee or milk as a breakfast drink to go with he eggs.
   The inside of an egg box is a good place to put an ad in. Many people open an egg box before they will buy it. They want or make sure the eggs are not broken. So, it there happens to be an ad inside.
  They are sure to se it and perhaps buy what it tells them to . People in English buy several million boxes of eggs every week. That is a lot of eggs and a lot of ads.
(  )1. An ad in an egg box_____.
A. is put there by hens  B. is helpful to shop owners
B. helps to sell chickens D. gives the reason to buy egg boxes.
(  )2. Why do ads in egg boxes work?  Because ______.
A. people will look there.  B. people enjoy reading
C. they are very small.     D. they can’t be seen.
(  )3. People in England buy_____.
A. bacon for every egg.   B. more chickens than eggs
C. a large number of boxes of eggs a week. D. more eggs than they need.
(  )4. People look in egg boxes to _______.
  A. count the eggs B. read the ads C. look for the ads D. find broken eggs.
(  )5. The story is mainly about_______.
  A. buying tea and ham   B. ads in egg boxes 
  C. a good breakfast      D. broken eggs
   A history teacher was talking to his class about the ancient Romans(古罗马人). “They were very strong, brave people, and they were good soldiers,” he said. “They always wanted to have strong bodies, so they played a lot of games.” “Did they like swimming?” one of the girls asked. “That makes people’s bodies strong.” She was very good at swimming. “Oh, yes, some of them swam a lot,” the teacher answered. Then he told them a story about one famous Roman.
   “There was a big, wide river in the middle of Rome,” he said. “It was the Tiber, and this man was across it three times every day before breakfast .” The girl laughed when she heard this. “Why are you laughing?” the teacher asked her angrily. “Have I said anything funny?” “Well, sir, “ the girl answered, “Why didn’t he swim across the river four times to get back his clothes again?”
(  )1. why did the teacher in this story teach?______
  A. Swimming   B. Games    C. History   D. Maths
(  )2. The ancient romans played a lot of games because _______.
A. they were very strong  B. they had strong bodies.
B. they were brave people  D. they wanted to have strong bodies.
(  )3. When the teacher said, “some of them swam a lot ’’.Whom was he talking about ?______.
  A. The Romans      B. The girls in his class
  C. Strong people      D. The girl’s classmate in his class
(  )4. The teacher said the famous Roman swam across the Tiber _____ every day before breakfast.
  A. four times  B. twice   C. three times  D. only once
(  )5. Why did the girl laugh?   Because ______.
A.the Roman swam before breakfast B. the Roman swam a lot
C.the Roman did not swim back to get his clothes. DThe teacher was angry
  John drove a taxi through the busy streets of Boston every day. One day a young man jumped into his taxi. “To the station, hurry up!” he shouted. John did his best, but at every corner there was a red light. The young man said. “Be quick! I don’t want to miss my train.” John shouted, too. “ I don’t want to die here!”
  At that moment he turned back and noticed the young man’s face. “Oh, he is the thief and killed a woman.” He thought, “His picture was in the newspaper.” Soon John had an idea. He drove through the red light and found a police running after him. “Stop” the young man shouted and jumped out. John caught hold of him and cried. “Give me money!” Just them two policemen came up. “He is the thief.” John said. They caught the young man at once.
  “You’ve done well. Thank you!” a policeman said to John.
(  )1. John was a _____.
  A. conductor    B. singer  C. manger  D. driver.
(  )2. The young man looked worried because he _____.
A. lost s lot of money  B. wanted to see a friend .
C. wanted to run away.  C. lost his way
(  )3. John noticed that the young man was _______.
A. the murderer  B. the judge  C. the train-driver  D. the waiter
(  )4. John drove through the red light because he wanted_____.
A. to help the young man catch the train.
B. to let the policemen catch the young man
C. to save the young man’s life D. to protect the young
(  ). The policeman was thankful to John because he _____.
A. gave his taxi to them  B. killed  the thief
C. had done a good deed   D. found much money  
   Jacks is the name of a game that is quite popular with children. To play Jacks, you will need a small rubber ball and ten small metal objects called Jacks. The roles for this game are very simple. When the games begins, you put the Jacks on the floor or ground in front of you. Toss the ball up (but not too high), pick up one jack, and them catch the ball, keep the jack in your hand and then go on pocking up the other jacks one at a time. You lose your turn if you do not catch the ball, if you do not pick up a jack, or if you drop any jacks from your hand. When you finish all ten jacks, you now try to do the same thing again but with two jacks at one time. This is more difficult of course. You lose your turn if you make any of the other three mistakes or if you do not pick up two jacks each time!
(  )1. A good title for this text is _____.
A.A simple GameB. Tossing a ball C. Just two JacksD. The name of a game
(  )2. The word “toss” in the passage means_____.
 A. let something  B. catch   C. throw    D. put
(  )3. A player picked up all ten jacks one at a time. Then he followed the rules and finished the second part. The whole number of tomes that he picked up jack is _______.
 A. ten    B. fifteen     C. twenty   D. twelve
(  )4. The Jacks are made of ______.
  A. paper    B. rubber    D. metal    D. wood
(  )5. After you pick up the first ten jacks, the game becomes more difficult because you might make one of _______.
  A. three mistakes  B. four mistakes  C. ten mistakes D. seven mistakes.
  Smith has a lot of friends and is liked very much at parties. He is very good at telling interesting stories and making people laugh. Everyone enjoys listening to him. Smith has a daughter. She is only six years old . she can’t understand all the stories. A few days ago, one of Smith’s good friends asked him to give a talk at a birthday party. Smith agreed at once because he loved to do so. He prepared the talk carefully and went to the birthday party with his daughter, Jenny. He gave a wonderful talk at the party and there were many interesting stories in it. The people there laughed a lot. Smith was very satisfied. As soon as he had finished the talk, Jenny told him she wanted to go home. Smith was a little disappointed by this but he did as his daughter asked. On their way home, he asked Jenny if she had enjoyed the talk. To his surprise, she said she hadn’t. Smith asked her why she didn’t like to see so many people laughing at him.
(  )1. Smith is a _____man.
  A. foolish    B. friendly   c. poor    D. brave
(  )2. People like Smith because ______.
A. his stories are very interesting B. they like to laugh at him
C. he often laughs            D. they look like him
(  )3. Smith agreed to ______.
A.go to the birthday party with his friendsB.give a talk at the birthday party
C. go to the birthday party with Jenny. D.sing a song at the birthday party
(  )4. Jenny wanted to go home because she thought ______.
A. she was hungry and that she wanted something to eat
B. her father had done very well at the party .
C. her father hadn’t done very well at the party
D. the people there were rude to her father
(  )5. Which is true ?  _______
A. Jenny is a middle school student. B. Jenny doesn’t like to laugh
B. Jenny didn’t like to go to the birthday party with her father.
D. Jenny is too young to understand the people at the birthday party.
  John liked to wear his hair very long. Some of his friends thought it looked like a girl’s hair, but they never made jokes about it, because John was a big strong man, and he didn’t think jokes about his hair funny.
  John always went to the barber’s twice a month to have his hair cut and washed, and one day the barber said to him: “ Now why don’t you let me cut most of this hair off and make your head tidy? Nobody would recognize you if I did that, I am sure.”
  John said nothing for a few seconds, and then he said, “Perhaps you are right, but I am sure that nobody would recognize(认出) you, either, if you did that to my hair.”
(  )1. John kept long hair because_______.
A. John was a girl.          B. the barber wouldn’t like to cut it short.
 C. the hair grew too fast      D. John liked it to be long.
(  )2. Hid friends never made jokes about the hair because_______
A. the hair wasn’t funny
B. John didn’t like jokes about his hair and they were afraid of him.
C. John was big and strong.   D. John liked his hair very much.
(  )3. A barber is a _______.
A. man who makes clothes for people
B. Shop where one’s hair can be washed and cut.
C. Doctor who treats(医治) head sickness. D. person who cuts man’s hair.
(  )4. The barber advised(建议) John ______.
A. to have his hair cut short. B. to cut off most of his hair.
B. to be cut off his long hair.  D. not to be recognized by his friends.
(  )5. John’s answer was________.
A. right.           B. a great praise称赞) to the barber.
C. a great joke       D. a threatening (威胁)to the barber.
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