【7年高考5年模拟】完型填空——议论类

Passage 1  (北京市北大附中2007年5月高三最后适应测试)  完形填空

The word “sharp” can be   36   to describe many different things in your home, classroom, and places of work．In this chapter, the writer   37   sharp pencils, meaning pencils with a very fine   38  ．The writer does not like dull pencils.

We can also use “sharp” to describe the blades of knives．Knives also have points．We can use “sharp” to describe a   39   kind of point,   40   as the sharp points of kitchen and steak knives．Scissors have blades, too, and we can describe these blades as sharp or dull．Furthermore, the points of scissors are   41   sharp or   42  ．Some tools, such as saws, scrapers, and garden tools, also have blades．We can use the words “sharp” and “dull” to describe the blades of these tools,   43  ．Sharp knives, scissors, and tools are   44   to use．They cut things easily and quickly, without effort.

“Sharp” can be used to describe the edges of furniture and   45   some containers．For example, the edge of a table or desk can be   46  ．In addition; we can describe the edge of   47   open can as sharp．The top of a can is sometimes sharp   48   to cut your hand．A piece of  glass from a(n)   49   jar or bottle is   50   very sharp.   51  , we sometimes use “sharp” to describe people．A person who appears sharp is very well   52  ．A person who is sharp, on the other hand, is intelligent, smart, and   53   learn and understand.

To summaries, “sharp” can be used to describe many kinds of   54   that have blades, points, and edges．When we used it to describe people, it can mean nice looking, well dressed, or intelligent．It is an expensive word   55   it can be used in many different ways.

36．A．written B．used C．seen D．taken

37．A．talks about B．takes up C．care for   D．makes up

38．A．sharp B．color C．point    D．edge

39．A．some B．any C．only    D．certain

40．A．so B．as soon C．such    D．or

41．A．either B．neither C．too   D．very

42．A．blunt B．used C．frank   D．round

43．A．too B．even C．either   D．ever

44．A．difficult B．easy C．interesting    D．clean

45．A．for B．with C．of    D．at

46．A．seen B．sharp C．smooth   D．hard

47．A．an B．a    C．the     D．any

48．A．so as B．in order C．so that    D．enough

49．A．old B．broken C．new    D．glass

50．A．again B．quite C．rather   D．ordinarily

51．A．However B．Finally C．Therefore    D．In this way

52．A．prepared B．dressed  C．mannered D．served

53．A．easy to B．is to  C．slow to D．quick to

54．A．materials B．knives C．objects D．containers

55．A．because B．even if C．though   D．in case