英语中考短文填词专项练习


短文填词专项练习(一)
I am Jackie Lee, an American Chinese. Let me tell you about my grandfather's life story. My grandfather was 1. (出生于)in 1932 and grew up in

a poor village in Fujian, China. At the age of 14, he first heard of America. It was said to be the land of gold and poor people could easily become 2.r there.

So, my grandfather came to America. "I had thought it was easy to 3. 4.a money in America," he told me. " But when I in Los Angeles, I realized it was not true. I couldn't

find a good job because I spoke little English. I wanted to go to a language school to learn English, 5. (但是)I ,

couldn't afford it. Later, I worked in a small 6.r

serving the guests, cleaning up the tables, washing the dishes and sweeping the floors. I was such 7. helpful and honest

worker that my boss was pleased with me. I was popular with my workmates, 8. (也)Life became easier and in the end I

entered an evening school to learn English." My grandfather kept working hard , and finally made 9. dream come true. Things do not come easily in life. That is what I have learned 10. (从)my grandfather. 答题人:

短文填词专项练习(二)
Do you often communicate with your parents? Some parents are always comparing their 1__ young. “When I was your age,” a father said to his sixteen-year-old son one day, “I was at the top of my class every year. And I 2. left school. I had goals. You are always at the bottom of your class 3. you have no goals.” The (知道)what I wanted to do when I (孩子)with themselves or other people when they were

man’ s son said nothing. He had already heard this from his father many times. "And when your mother was your age,” the young man’ s father went 4.o_ a good job and she 5. , "she had

lots of money. You don’ t even have a part-time job .You

earn nothing.” The man’ s son still said nothing. He had heard this before, too. “And when your 6.e brother was your age,”the young man’s father said, "he

studied hard. But you just waste your time.” And the man's son still said nothing. Finally, the young man’ s father said, "And when Abraham Lincoln was your age, he worked all day and studied at night.”This time the son 7. stay silent.

"And when Abraham Lincoln was your age, father, ” he said,“He was the President of 8.t 10. United States. 9. (什么)are you?" His father had no

(回答)to this.

Are your parents always comparing you with others? And what’s your reply? Do you have a better way to communicate with each other?

答题人:

短文填词专项练习(三)
Leo and his father didn't talk for 10 years. 10 years ago, Leo’s mother (1) ________(死亡). He thought it was his father who caused his mother's illness. He hated his father. Now they were sitting in a nice (2) c__________ shop. Suddenly his father asked the waiter to put some salt in his coffee. Leo was surprised. His father smiled and said, “Before you were born, your mother and I often had (73) __________ playing in the sea. We could taste the sea, just (4) __________ (比如) the taste of the salty coffee. Every time I have salty coffee, I always think of your mother. I (5) m__________ her so much.” Leo was deeply moved. He never knew his father had such deep (6) _________(爱) for his mother. One month later, he moved to live (7) __________ his father. Every time he made coffee for him, he put some salt in the coffee. After 10 years, his father died. Leo received a (8) __________ (信) which said, “Dear Leo, please forgive my life's lie — the salty coffee. Actually at that (9) t__________ I wanted some sugar, but I said salt. It was hard for me to change, so I just went ahead. Now let me (10) __________ you the truth. I don't like salty coffee, but I drink salty coffee for 10 years! Having you with me is the biggest happiness of my whole life.”
答题人:

短文填词专项练习(四)
It was Christmas time in 2008. I had no idea that this would be the last Christmas we would 1. very 3. (度过) with Mom. It was snowing hard and very cold. It was a (特别的)Christmas for me—you see Mom never owned a new coat. child and she became disabled. One of

Mom got ill when she was a 2.y

her legs was larger than the other. At times she would have trouble walking, but she never complained. Mom always treated my friends with kindness and they were always welcome at our house anytime. I 4.r my good friend Glen coming

over and talking with Mom even when I wasn’t at home. Mom was always willing to lend a listening 5. . (白色的)

Mom’s all clothes were four dresses, four pairs of shoes, a 6. blouse, and a yellow 7. (毛衣).

I decided that I would buy Mom a coat that year, so I took her down to find something for Christmas. As we went past the coat store, one of the coats in the store caught Mom’s eyes. I asked her to try on the coat for fun. She said that we did not have the money to buy the coat. But after a long talk with Mom,8. we left

the store with Mom wearing that nice coat. She agreed that the coat did look good on her. I will ever thank for this opportunity, being able to give back just a little. This was the nicest coat that she ever owned. In 9.M of 2009, Mom died at age 42. As I look back on my mother's life,

it was filled with acts of kindness. Giving came from her heart She was willing to help others whenever it was 10. . I team a lot from my mother.

答题人:

答案 (一) (二) (三)
6. love 7. with

1.born 2. rich 3. make 4. arrived 5.but

6. restaurant 7. a 81 b. too 9. his 10. from

1.children 2. knew 3. and
10.answer

4. on

5. made/earned 6. elder

7. couldn’t/didn’t 8. the 9. what

1. died 8. letter

2. coffee 9. time

3. fun 10. tell

4. like

5. miss

(四)

1.spend 2. special 3. young 4. remember 5. ear

6. white 7. sweater 8. finally 9. March 10. possible


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