2019年高考全国卷II英语试题及答案(真题试卷含答案)(4)

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A. This can affect your work.
B. So how should you motivate yourself?
C. However, this should not discourage you.
D. So why should we try to set specific goals?
E. They can change according to circumstances.
F. Motivation is what you need most to do a good job.
G. Without motivation you can neither set a goal nor reach it

第三部分  语言知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第一节 (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A、B、C和D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。
It’s about 250 miles from the hills of west-central lowa to Ehlers’ home in Minnesota. During the long trip home, following a weekend of hunting. Ehlers   41   about the small dog he had seen   42   alongside the road. He had   43   to coax(哄)the dog to him but, frightened, it had   44  .
Back home, Ehlers was troubled by that   45   dog. So, four days later, he called his friend Greg, and the two drove   46  . After a long and careful   47  . Greg saw, across a field, the dog moving   48   away. Ehlers eventually succeeded in coaxing the animal to him. Nervousness and fear were replaced with   49  . It just started licking(舔)Ehlers’ face.
A local farmer told them the dog sounded like one   50   as lost in the local paper. The ad had a   51   number for a town in southern Michigan. Ehlers   52   the number of Jeff and Lisa to tell them he had   53   their dog.
Jeff had   54   in lowa before Thanksgiving with his dog, Rosie, but the gun shots had scared the dog off. Jeff searched   55   for Rosie in the next four days.
Ehlers returned to Minnesotan, and then drove 100 miles to Minneapolis to put Rosie on a flight to Michigan. “It’s good to know there’s still someone out there who    56   enough to go to that kind of   57  ,”says Lisa of Ehlers’ rescue   58  .
I figured whoever lost the dog was probably just as    59   to it as I am to my dogs,” says Ehlers. “If it had been my dog, I’d hope that somebody would be   60   to go that extra mile.”
41. A. read   B. forgot    C. thought     D. heard
42. A. read B. trembling   C. eating    D. sleeping
43. A. tried     B. agreed C. promised   D. regretted
44. A. calmed down   B. stood up C. rolled over D. run off
45. A. injured B. stolen C. lost D. rescued
46. A. home  B. past  C. back D. on
47. A. preparation B. explanation C. test   D. search
48. A. cautiously B. casually     C. skillfully    D. angrily
49. A. surprise B. joy C. hesitation D. anxiety
50. A. predicted B. advertised C. believed D. recorded
51. A. house B. phone C. street D. car
52. A. called B. copied C. counted D. remembered
53. A. fed B. adopted C. found D. cured
54. A. hunted B. skied C. lived D. worked
55. A. on purpose B. on time C. in turn  D. in vain
56. A. cares B. sees C. suffers D. learns
57. A. place B. trouble C. waste D. extreme
58. A. service B. plan C. effort  D. team
59. A. equal B. allergic C. grateful D. close
60. A. suitable B. proud C. wise D. wiling
第二节 (共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)
阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。
A 90-year-old has been awarded“Woman Of The Year”for   61   (be)Britain's oldest full-time employee-still working 40 hours a week. Now Irene Astbury works from 9am to 5pm daily at the pet shop in Macclesfield,   62   she opened with her late husband Les. Her years of hard work have   63  (final)been acknowledged after a customer nominated(提名)her to be Cheshire's Woman Of The Year.
Picking up her“Lifetime Achievement”award,proud Irene   64  (declare) she had no plans   65   (retire) from her 36-year-old business. Irene said,“I don't see any reason to give up work. I love coming here and seeing my family and all the friends I   66  (make) over the years. I work not because I have to,   67   because I want to.”
Granddaughter Gayle Parks,31-who works alongside her in the family business-said it remained unknown as to who nominated Irene for the award. She said,“We don't have any idea who put grandma forward. When we got a call   68   (say)she was short-listed,we thought it was

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