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高二英语选修7第五单元测试卷

高二英语选修7第五单元测试卷


高中英语选修七 unit5 单元测试题
命题:张 伟 审阅:彭校长 时间:2013、4、12 第一节 单项选择(共 35 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 35 分) 1. — I’m sorry I didn’t make it to your party last night. —_______ . I know you’re busy these days. A. Of course B. No kidding C. That’s all right D. Don’t mention it

2. To qualify yourself for this kind of new job, I recommend that you ________ some online courses. A. to take B. taking C. take D. would take

3. The position, however, _______ you are applying, is not quite a well-paid one. A. that B. which C. for which D. to which

4. ________ I can see, there is only one way to solve this problem. A. As far as B. Even if C. As long as D. As soon as

5. That was the first time I _______ there and I was impressed by the friendly people very much. A. go B. was going C. had gone D. have gone

6. A clean environment can help the city bid for the Olympics, ________ in turn will promote its economic development. A. what B. which C. that D. as

7. He was generally _________ to be the finest poet in the land. A. received B. regarded C. seen D. acknowledged

8. After three years’ study, Jane got a ________ for teaching English. A. qualification B. composition C. collection D. satisfaction

9. With summer coming on, the weather gets hot _________. A. day after day C. day in and day out B. day and night D. day by day
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10. There was good food __________ abundance at the party. A. at B. with C. in D. of

11. Was it two years ago ________ they first met? A. since B. which C. while D. that

12. I was given three books on sewing, the first ______ I really enjoyed. A. that B. which C. of which D. of that

13. As the busiest woman in the village, she made _____ her duty to look after all the other people’s affairs in that village. A. this B. that C. one D. it

14. Mary felt sad over the loss of photos she had shot in Australia, ______ that was a memory she especially treasured. A. as B. which C. when D. where

15. Have you ever listened to the song Yesterday once more, ________ singer died in her early years? A. its B. it’s C. whose D. which

16.Walking alone in the dark, the boy whistled to _______his courage. A. hold up B. keep up C. set up D. take up

17. In ancient times, people rarely travelled long distances and most farmers only travelled _______the local market. A. longer than B. more than C. as much as D. as far as

18. He told us whether _______ a picnic was still under discussion. A. to have B. having C. have D. had

19. He went _______ the plane and a few hours later he arrived _______ —far away from his parents. A. on aboard; abroad C. aboard; abroad B. aboard; aboard D. on aboard; on abroad

20.Although she was disabled when she was only ten years old, yet she aimed
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_______ , for which her classmates spoke _______ of her. A. high; high B. highly; highly C. highly; high D. high; highly

21. You’d better _______ the washing machine repaired five times _______ a new one. A. substitute; as B. substitute; for C. change; into D. change; with

22. Most of us know we should cut down on fat , but knowing such things isn’t much help when it _____ shopping and eating . A. refers to B. speaks of C. focuses on D. comes to

23.The famous writer our Chinese teacher often referred ____at our school yesterday A. to arrive B. arrived C. to arriving D. to arrived

24._____in his work as a manager, he seldom has time to spend with his wife and children. A. Occupied B. Busy C. Prepared D. Attracted

25. A lot of language learning, __ _ has been discovered, is happening in the first year of life, so parents should talk much to their children during that period. A. as B. it C. which D. this

26. Between the two parts of the concert is an interval, ____ the audience can buy ice-cream. A. when B. where C. that D. which

27. They will fly to Washington, ____ they plan to stay for two or three days. A. where B. there C. which D. when

28. Ellen was a painter of birds and of nature, _ __, for some reason, had withdrawn from all human society. A. which B. who C. where D. whom

29. My morning ____ includes jogging in the park and reading newspapers over breakfast. A. drill B. action C. regulation
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D. routine

30.The eggs are sold by ____ pound and the meat is sold by ___weight. A. the; the B. the; / C. a; the D. the; a

31.The manager said to the employees ,“Good work ___good pay.” A. observes B. deserts C. deserves D. reserves

32.____,his idea was accepted by all the people at the meeting. A. Strange as might it sound C. As strange it might sound B. As it might sound strange D. Strange as it might sound

33. Young children should never contradict ____ their parents say. A. what B. that C. to what D. to which

34.The child walked quietly to the bird, ____ into the forest when he was about to catch it . A.Flew it away B. Away flew it C.Flew away it D.Away it flew

35. The air quality in the city, ___ is shown in the report, has improved over the past two months. A. that B. it C. as D. when

第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分) My parents operated a small restaurant in Seattle. was open twenty-four hours a It day, six days a week.And my first real job,when I was six years old,was 36 diners’ shoes.My father had done it when he was young,so he taught me the

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do it efficiently,telling me to 38 to reshine the shoes if the customer wasn’t 39 . Working in the restaurant was a cause of great working for the good of the family.But my father standards to be part of the team. 42 I 41 40 because I was also

that I had to meet certain

to be punctual, hard-working, polite to and
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the 43

. paid for the work I did at the restaurant.One day I made the mistake 45 give me $10 a week.He said, “OK.How about you 46 the times you bring in

I was 44

of advising Dad that he

paying me for three meals a day you have here? And your friends for free soft drinks?” He 47

I owed him about $40 a week. 48 in the US Army for about two

I remember returning to Seattle after being

years.I had just been promoted to Captain at that time.And full of pride,I walked into my parents’ restaurant, the 49 but up tonight?” I couldn’t 51 thing Dad said was, “How about your 50 52

my ears! I am an officer in the Army! But it didn’t 53

as far as Dad was concerned, was just I

member of the team. reached for the I 54 is above all.It

mop(拖把).Working for Dad has taught me the devotion to a has nothing to do with Army. 36. A. cleaning 37. A. why 38. A. offer 39. A. interested 40. A. fun 41. A. got it right 42. A. had B. shining B. what B. refuse B. annoyed B. pride B. kept it a rule B. tended C. removing C. when C. love C. relaxed C. trouble C. made it clear C. hated
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55 that team is involved in a family restaurant or the US

D. keeping D. how D. learn D. satisfied D. effort D. took it for granted D. managed

43. A. family 44. A. never 45. A. must 46. A. at 47. A. worked out 48. A. alone 49. A. usual 50. A. washing 51. A. ignore 52. A. happen 53. A. no 54. A. team 55. A. why

B. workers B. always B. should B. before B. found out B. away B. last B. taking B. follow B. care B. other B. family B. whether

C. customers C. seldom C. might C. around C. put out C. outside C. next C. cleaning C. believe C. go C. some C. leader C. when

D. friends D. ever D. could D. for D. thought out D. off D. first D. moving D. understand D. matter D. another D. restaurant D. How

第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A Here is a poster on a middle school web site. Read the web-site poster. Going, Going, Gone! The Haynes Middle School Parent—Teacher Organization invites you to attend our latest fund(基金)-raiser, The Fourth Annual(每年一次的) Haynes School Auction(拍卖)! Saturday, May 10 6:00 pm — 11:00 pm in the school hall
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6:00 pm — 6:30 pm: All items for auction are previewed. 6:30 pm — 7:00 pm: Silent auction begins. 7:00 pm — 7:30 pm: Highest bidders(出价人) from silent auction are determined. 7:30 pm — 11:00 pm: Main auction begins. Items up for bid in the silent auction range in value from $ 5.00 to $ 30.00. Items up for bid in the main auction include the following: ● Airline tickets to a place of your choice ● Weekend getaways at first-class hotels ● Season tickets to the Chicago Bears football game ● $ 50 gift tickets to local gift shops, restaurants, and salons ● Theater tickets to The Merchant of Venice Don’t miss the boat! Book your tickets today. Last year, tickets sold out in five days! Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. $ 15.00 per person All the money from the auction will be given to the Haynes School computer lab. 56. Which of the following is not mentioned as being up for bid at the auction? A. A movie pass to the local cinema. C. A ticket to a restaurant. B. A weekend stay at a hotel. D. Airline ticket 57. The more items that are given or bought for auction, _______. A. the less money that will be charged for the tickets to the auction B. the more money that can be raised to support the computer lab C. the faster the ticket will be sold to the auction D. the higher the value that will be placed on the items in the silent auction 58. Which of the following is most likely to happen at the year’s auction?
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A. The airline tickets will receive higher bids than any other item. B. All items up for bid will be sold for at least twice their value. C. More money will be raised this year than in any other year before. D. Tickets for the event will be sold out in less than one week. 59. The phrase “first-come, first-served” tells you that _______. A. people can buy the tickets on the first day only B. the person who is first to arrive will receive a ticket at no charge C. food and drinks will be served at the auction D. tickets are sold in the order of who arrives first to buy them B Down-to-earth means being honest, open, and easy to deal with. It is a pleasure to find someone who is down-to-earth. A person who is down-to-earth is easy to talk to. He or she accepts others as equals. A down-to-earth person may be an important member of society, of course, but they do not let their importance go to their heads, and they do not consider themselves to be better than others who are less important. Someone who is filled with self-importance and pride, often without cause, is said to have his nose in the air. There is no way a person with his nose in the air can be down-to-earth. Americans use another expression that is similar in some way to down-to-earth. The expression is both feet on the ground. Someone with both feet on the ground is a person with a good understanding of reality. He has what is called common sense. He may have dreams but he does not allow them to block his knowledge of what is real. The opposite kind of person is one who has his head in the clouds. A man with his head in the clouds is a dreamer whose mind is not in the world. Sometimes such a dreamer can be brought back to reality; sharp words from the teacher, for example, can usually get a daydreaming student to put both feet back on the ground.
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The person who is down-to-earth usually has both feet on the ground. But the opposite is not always true. Someone with both feet on the ground may not be as open and easy to deal with as someone who is down-to-earth. When we have both our feet firmly on the ground, we are realistic and we act honestly and openly toward others, and our lives are like the ground below us, solid and strong. 60. If a person has his nose in the air, he ____. A. is down to the earth C. always thinks he is more important than others 61. If a person has both feet on the ground, he ____. A. is in touch with reality, and doesn’t have any dreams B. has some dreams but he is realistic C. is honest, open and easy to deal with D. is honest, open but hard to deal with 62. From the second paragraph, we know that sharp words from a teacher can usually ________. A. help a student get down to the earth B. wake a student up C. help a daydreaming student come down to the ground D. help a daydreaming student to become more realistic 63. From the passage, we can infer the person who is _______ is the most popular kind of person. A. down-to-earth C. with his nose in the air B. standing on the ground D. with his head in the clouds C Boxing was long viewed sickly. Generally forbidden by law in earlier days, the fighting was usually done with bare fists, and matches often lasted forty or fifty rounds.
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B. is easy to deal with D. is confident

In 1882 John L. Sullivan, a fighter of great power, won the world heavyweight championship from Paddy Ryan in a bare fisted battle marked by hitting, scratching, and biting without any rule. Five years later, while fighting Patsy Cardiff at Minneapolis, Sullivan broke his right arm in the third round, but he continued fighting to the sixth round and won. In 1889, Sullivan defeated Jade Kilrain with his bare fists in another championship fight, winning twenty thousand dollars and a diamond prize medal. His admirers talked then of running him for the next governor, but he traveled to Australia for a boxing tour instead, coming back only to lose his title in a twenty-one-round match with a young Californian named James J. Corbett. “Gentleman James” victory in this match marked a turning point, for it showed scientific boxing was over strength. But Corbett’s title ended in 1897, when another boxer, Bob Fitzsimmons, in less than three seconds, achieved his feats and then Fitzsimmons knocked out an Irishman, won the heavyweight championship of the world, and invented the terrible “solar plexus punch.” 64. Boxing matches in the early days were ________. A. short and bloody C. governed by strict rules 65. Sullivan’s fight with Kilrain was ________. A. the first boxing championship match B. a bare-fisted championship fight C. the last boxing match to be fought bare-fisted D. a six-round match 66. Sullivan was so popular that his admirers ________. A. encouraged him to be a governor B. raised twenty thousand dollars for him C. advised him to take boxing tour of Australia D. refused to believe he could be defeated
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B. usually spare-time competitions D. cruel

D “It hurts me more than you”, and “This is for your own good” —these are the statements my mother used to make years ago when I had to learn Latin, clean my room, stay home and do homework. That was before we entered the permissive period in education in which we decided it was all right not to push our children to achieve their best in school. The schools and the educators made it easy for us. They taught that it was all right to be parents who take a let-alone policy. We stopped making our children do homework. We gave them calculators, turned on the television, left the teaching to the teachers and went on vacation. Now teachers, faced with children who have been developing at their own pace for the past 15 years, are realizing we’ve made a terrible mistake. One such teacher is Sharon Clomps who says of her students—“so passive” —and wonders what has happened. Nothing is demanded of them, she believes. Television, says Clomps, contributes to children’s passivity. “We’re talking about a generation of kids who’ vet never been hurt or hungry. They have learned somebody will always do it for them, instead of saying ‘go and look it up’, you tell them the answer. It takes greater energy to say no to a kid.” Yes, it does. It takes energy and it takes work. It’s time for parents to end their vacation and come back to work. It’ s time to take the car aw; tab-stops: 1ay, to turn the TV off, to tell them it hurts you more than them but it’ s for their own good. It’s s time to start telling them no again. 67. Children are becoming more inactive in study because _______. A. they watch TV too often C. they have to fulfill too many duties B. they have done too much homework D. teachers are too strict with them

68. We learn from the passage that the author’s mother used to lay emphasis on _______.
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A. learning Latin C. natural development

B. discipline D. education at school

69. By “permissive period in education” (L.1, Para.2) the author means a time _______. A. when children are allowed to do what they wish to B. when everything can be taught at school C. when every child can be educated D. when children are permitted to receive education 70. The main idea of the passage is that _______. A. parents should leave their children alone B. kids should have more activities at school C. it’s time to be more strict with our kids D. parents should always set a good example to their kids E Although many Chinese students say that their knowledge of English grammar is good, most would admit that their spoken English is poor. Whenever I speak to a Chinese student, they always say, “My spoken English is poor.” _71_ I would like to

suggest that there may be some reasons for their problems with spoken English. First, they fail to find suitable words to express themselves due to a limited vocabulary. _72_ However, you can speak with a limited vocabulary, if you choose a

positive attitude. Others will follow you as long as you use the words that you know. _73_Sometimes they make mistakes when they are speaking because they are shy and nervous. Yet students should remember that their goal should be FLUENCY NOT ACCURACY. Your aim in writing is to be accurate following the rules for grammar and using the right words and spelling them correctly. However, in speaking your aim is fluency. You want to get your message across, to talk to someone in English, as quickly and as well as you can, even though sometimes you may use a
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wrong word or tense, but it doesn’t matter. _74_ The third reason is that not enough attention is paid to listening. You have one mouth but two ears! All that hearing is necessary for you to start speaking. Fourth, most Chinese students are reactive rather than proactive( 主动的) language learners. Instead of actively seeking out opportunities to improve their spoken English they passively wait for speaking opportunities to come to them and wonder why their English always remains poor. _75_

A. The person you are speaking to will understand you and make allowances for any mistakes he hears. B. They may try to avoid making similar mistakes next time. C. Obviously the better answer is to expand their vocabulary. D. If you have this proactive outlook, then you will see English opportunities wherever you go. E. However, their spoken English does not have to remain “poor”! F. Second, they are afraid of making mistakes. G. The second reason lies in the reluctance of using what has just been learned.

第 II 卷

第一节短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作 文。 文中共有 10 处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、 删除 或修改。 增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(^),并在其下面写出该加的词。 删除:把多余的词用斜线〔\〕划掉。
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修改:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。 注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词; 2.只允许修改 10 处,多者(从第 11 处起)不计分。 We all wanted to grow up happily and healthily, and for this goal you must do several things. Firstly, we should develop a good attitude to life. Life consist of not only sunshine but also hard time. We should brave in front of difficulties. Secondly, we must study hard because knowledge is the power. Because we have the power, we help to build our country and enjoy life better. In order to study it well, we need to do sports so that we can keep good. We can go running, play ball games or simply take a walk before a day’s study. 第二节 单词拼写(共 10 小题,每题 1 分,共 10 分) 1. In my opinion, we should accept their a______ for their mistake they made. 2. The tree is a______ in fruit. 3. Would you r______ me a good dictionary? 4. She a______ having been cheated. 5. The teacher’s words of love and help ______ (安慰) the boy who had just failed in the examination. 6. It is well known that p______ lines never meet. 7. We eventually arrived at our holiday ______(目的地)。 8. All the evening her husband ______ (反驳) everything she said. 9. The products made in the factory did not meet all the ______(要求) set by the government. 10. Our ______(代理商) in New York deals with all US sales. 第三节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 随着我国经济的发展与对外开放程度的提高,越来越多的学子走出国门留学 深造。根据下面的提示,请你以“Studying Abroad”为题,写一篇 150 词左右的 文章。
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内容提示: 1. 出国留学的优点:开阔视野;体验当地的风情,交更多的朋友;更快更好 地掌握一门外语。 2. 出国留学的缺点:语言障碍不利于学习;费用高昂,而花大量时间打工又 会影响学习。 参考词汇:语言障碍 language barrier;足够的 adequate

第五单元答案
一、 单项选择 1-5 CCCAC 21-25 BDDAA 二、 完形填空 36-40 BDADB 三、 阅读 56-59 ABDD 71-75 ECFAD 改错 1. wanted? want 4. time? times 2. we?you 3. consist?consists 6. the power 9. good? well 60-63 CBDA 64-66 DBA 67-70 ABAC 41-45 CACAB 46-50 DABDC 51-55 CDDAB 6-10 BDADC 26-30 AABDB 11-15 DCDAC 31-35 CDADC 16-20 BDACD

5. should ∧ brave: be 8. study it well

7. Because?If/When 10. before?after 四、 单词拼写

1.apology 2.abundant 3. recommend 4.acknowledged 5. comforted
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6.parallel 7.destination 8.contradicted 9.requirements 10. agent 书面表达 (One possible version)

Studying Abroad
Attending schools abroad has many advantages. Firstly, by looking at our own country from outside, we can widen our vision and broaden our minds. Secondly, we can visit famous scenic spots and make friends with the local people. Thirdly, we can use the foreign language in our daily life so that our ability in the second language may be improved quickly. However, there are also some disadvantages in attending a foreign school. The most serious problem is the language barrier. Most students do not have adequate knowledge of the language spoken there. On arriving there, they find it difficult to understand what the teachers are saying. Furthermore, the cost of living is much higher than that in our country, so most students have to find part-time jobs to support themselves. Faced with these difficulties, many students find themselves unable to pay full attention to their studies and learn little. On the whole, it is a good thing to study abroad. However, one must not lose sight of the disadvantages.
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