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2012年高考英语试题word精校版•福建卷(附精校答案)
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2012高考英语题汇编

 

第二节  完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

I often read of incidents of misunderstanding or conflict. I’m left ___36___. Why do these people create mistrust and problems, especially with those from other ___37___?

I was growing up in Kuala Lumpur in the early 1960s, ___38___ children from different races and religions played and studied ___39___ in harmony. At that time my family lived a stone’s ___40___ from Ismail’s. And no one was bothered that Ismail was a Malay Muslim and I was an Indian Hindu—we just ___41___ our differences. Perhapsour elders had not filled our heads with unnecessary advice, well ___42___ or otherwise.

We were nine when we became friends. During the school holidays, wed ___43___ the countryside on our bicycleshoping to ___44___ the unexpected. At times Ismail would accompany my family as we made a rare shopping trip to town. We would be glad of his ___45___.

When I was twelve, my family moved to John. Ismail’s family later returned to their village, and I ___46___ touch with him.

One spring afternoon in 1983, I stopped a taxi in Kuala Lumpur. I ___47___ my destination. The driver acknowledged my ___48___ but did not move off. Instead, he looked ___49___ at me. “Raddar? he said, using my childhood nickname (绰号). I was astonished at being so ___50___ addressed (称呼). Unexpectedly! It was Ismail! Even after two ___51___ we still recognized each other. Grasping his shoulder, I felt a true affection, something ___52___ to describe.

If we can allow our children to be ___53___ without prejudice, they’ll build friendships with peopleregardless of race or religion, who will be ___54___ their side through thick and thin. On such friendships are societies built and ___55___ we can truly be, as William Shakespeare once wrote, “We happy few. We band of brothers.

36. A. interested       B. pleased               C. puzzled                D. excited

37. A. parties           B. cities                  C. villages                 D. races

38. A. why              B. which                 C. how                    D. when

39. A. together         B. around                C. alone                   D. apart

40. A. drop              B. throw                 C. move                   D. roll

41. A. refused          B. made                  C. sought                 D. accepted

42. A. paid               B. meant                 C. preserved             D. treated

43. A. explore           B. search                C. discover               D. desert

44. A. get through     B. deal with             C. come across         D. take away

45. A. arrival            B. choice                 C. effort                   D. company

46. A. lost                B. gained                 C. developed             D. missed

47. A. stated             B. ordered               C. decided                D. chose

48. A. attempts         B. instructions          C. opinions               D. arrangements

49. A. anxiously        B. carelessly             C. disappointedly      D. fixedly

50. A. familiarly        B. strangely              C. fully                    D. coldly

51. A. departures      B. months                 C. years                  D. decades

52. A. possible          B. funny                  C. hard                    D. clear

53. A. them              B. themselves           C. us                       D. ourselves

54. A. from              B. by                       C. with                    D. against

55. A. still                B. otherwise             C. then                    D. instead

 

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