2016高考英语答题技巧 七选五阅读

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  2016高考英语阅读填空(七选五7选5)答题技巧及真题体验

  1.先看选项,通过选项中句子的句意或者句子后面的标点符号来判断该句在文章中的可能位置。

  2.再看空前空后,由于句子与句子之间有一种相关的联系,所以我们可以在选项中寻找与空前空后的句子有某种必然联系的关键词,从而选择正确的答案。

  3.注意代词在句子中的使用,利用代词的指代作用,我们可以从选项中找到相关的信息。

  4.注意一些特殊疑问词,如果选项中或空前出现特殊疑问词,那么就要寻找相对应的回答语。

  做题时需要注意的两个问题:

  1.如果问题设在段首,通常是段落的主题句。寻找主题句时,着重阅读后文第一两句,锁定线索信号词,然后在选项中查找相关特征词,最后看所选的答案是否将两段内容连贯起来。

  2.如果问题设在段尾,通常是结论或概括性的语句,关键词要在空白前的一句或两句中寻找。注意在选项中查找表示结果、结论、总结等的信号词,如 therefore,as a result,thus,hence,in short,to sum up,to conclude,in a word等词语。

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  (2015·全国Ⅰ)

  Building Trust in a Relationship Again

  Trust is a learned behavior that we gain from past experiences.36 Trust is a risk.But you can’t be successful when there’s a lack of trust in a relationship that results from an action where the wrongdoer takes no responsibility to fix the mistake.

  Unfortunately,we’ve all been victims of betrayal.Whether we’ve been stolen from,lied to,misled,or cheated on,there are different levels of losing trust.Sometimes people simply can’t trust anymore.37 It’s understandable,but if you’re willing to build trust in a relationship again,we have some steps you can take to get you there.

  ?38 Having confidence in yourself will help you make better choices because you can see what the best outcome would be for your well-being.

  ?39 If you’ve been betrayed,you are the victim of your circumstance.But there’s a difference between being a victim and living with a “victim mentality”.At some point in all of our lives,we’ll have our trust tested or violated.

  ?You didn’t lose “everything”.Once trust is lost,what is left? Instead of looking at the situation from this hopeless angle,look at everything you still have and be thankful for all of the good in your life.40 Instead,it’s a healthy way to work through the experience to allow room for positive growth and forgiveness.

  A.Learn to really trust yourself.

  B.It is putting confidence in someone.

  C.Stop regarding yourself as the victim.

  D.Remember that you can expect the best in return.

  E.They’ve been too badly hurt and they can’t bear to let it hen again.

  F.This knowledge carries over in their attitude toward their future relationships.

  G.Seeing the positive side of things doesn’t mean you’re ignoring what hened.

  36.答案 B

  解析 第一句Trust is a learned behavior that we gain from past experiences.(信任是我们从以往经历中获得的习得行为。)是对trust的解释。选项B中的it指代上文出现的trust,并且继续解释 trust的含义;putting confidence in someone(对某人寄托信任),故选B项。注意:选项B与第一句为顺承关系。

  37.答案 E

  解析 选项E与上文能形成因果关系。They’ve been too badly hurt and they can’t bear to let it hen again.(他们曾经受过严重伤害,不能容忍这种事情再次发生。)是上一句Sometimes people simply can’t trust anymore.(有时候人们就是不能再信任别人。)的原因。并且与下一句It’s understandable...(这是可以理解的……)有顺承关系。

  38.答案 A

  解析 空格位于段首,根据文章结构分析,极有可能是祈使句。并且选项A.Learn to really trust yourself.(学会真正信任你自己。)与空格后的Having confidence in yourself形成同义复现。trust yourself相当于have confidence in yourself。

  39.答案 C

  解析 空格位于段首,根据文章结构分析,极有可能是祈使句。下文中If you’ve been betrayed,you are the victim of your circumstance.But there’s a difference between being a victim and living with a “victim mentality”.(如果你遭遇了背叛,那么你就成为客观环境的受害者。但是成为受害者与以“受害者的心态”活着是有区别的。)反复出现victim 一词,而选项C中的关键词也为victim,形成原词复现。选项C.Stop regarding yourself as the victim.(不要把自己当作受害者。)起到总起本段的作用。

  40.答案 G

  解析 Seeing the positive side of things doesn’t mean you’re ignoring what hened.(看到事情的积极方面并不意味着你对发生的事情视而不见。)与下一句Instead,it’s a healthy way...for positive...(相反,这是一个健康的方式……)形成转折关系。并且选项中的positive与下文的positive形成原词复现。