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第一篇:《试题》

Book 7 Unit 1 Living well

第二部分: 英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)

第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15 分)

从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

21. —Mum, I’m going to take my driving test tomorrow.

—_____ I’m sure you will pass it.

A. Congratulations! B. Well done! C. Indeed! D. Good luck!

22. After running for such _____ long time, everyone was out of _____ breath.

A. a; 不填 B. 不填; the C. a; the D. 不填; 不填

23. Mark said that he was not suitable for the job, so he decided to _____ from the company.

A. suffer B. resign C. retire D. escape

24. Since Mr. Evans took over the firm last month, he _____ to the busy schedule.

A. adapted B. has adapted C. had adapted D. adapts

25. Since time is limited, let’s cut _____ the unimportant details.

A. off B. away C. up D. out

26. Many things that were once considered useful and _____, for example, tobacco, is now thought harmful.

A. beneficial B. suitable C. fulfilling D. accessible

27. When many of the other competitors were exhausted, Steven still had the energy _____ the marathon.

A. finishing B. finished C. to finish D. to have finished

28. —Tom, why didn’t you go to work today?

—Oh, the manager said he no longer wanted to see me again; _____, I was fired.

A. above all B. after all C. in other words D. in some way

29. Many people are congratulating Professor Li on _____ he has achieved in the field of art.

A. which B. who C. that D. what

30. We cannot expect her to do the homework _____ look after the children.

A. as good as B. as well as C. as far as D. as long as

31. The prisoner was released early because of good _____.

A. character B. reputation C. conduct D. dignity

32. —I don’t think _____ possible for little Julia to walk around without any

assistance.

—But she made it.

A. this B. she C. that D. it

33. These chairs may look good, but they’re very un-comfortable _____.

A. to sit on B. to be sat on C. sit on D. sitting on

34. I _____ to change my mind when she said she ap-proved of what I had come up with.

A. am about B. am C. was about D. was

35. My grandfather sat in the armchair by the fire, _____ the newspaper.

A. to read B. reading C. read D. to be reading

第二节:完形填空(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四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

What’s on your life card?

There’s a book where the author, Elizabeth McCracken, suggests that everyone you don’t want to explain, but McCracken’talks about having to deal with insensitive (不顾他人感受的) comments and conversations with others who didn’t know of what Wouldn’t this be great? You so they didn’t cause unintentional harm.

But we don’t all have life cards. Instead we must endure (忍受) these others who don’

What it does us is that we need to keep the idea of life cards in when have their own tragedies and heartaches on their cards you will deal differently with them.

36. A. familiar B. similar

37. A. expresses B. shares

38. A. dream

39. A. know C. useful D. harmful C. suggests D. lists D. past D. hold B. life C. imagination B. accept C. overcome

40. A. exercises B. effects

41. A. boring C. experiences D. directions D. wise

D. developed B. uncomfortable C. polite 42. A. existed B. operated C. happened

43. A. only B. great C. strange D. own

44. A. put down B. hand out C. take over D. bring in

45. A. competition B. relationship C. holiday D. trade

46. A. find B. deny C. say D. forget

47. A. wealth B. gesture C. appreciation D. information

D. appearances 48. A. methods B. demands C. wordsNick,Vujicic,was,born,with,no,arms,or,legs

49. A. differences B. hurts C. expectations D. diseases

D. look 50. A. understand B. complain C. mindNick,Vujicic,was,born,with,no,arms,or,legs

51. A. promise B. learn C. afford D. like

52. A. spare B. pay C. lend D. teach

53. A. memory B. business C. mind D. hand

54. A. remember B. realize C. remind

55. A. because B. if D. warn C. and D. until

第三部分: 阅读理解(共两节,满分40分)

第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

A ★

Nick Vujicic was born with no arms or legs, but he doesn’t let this stop him. The brave 26-year-old man plays football and golf, and swims, in spite of the fact that he has no arms or legs.

Nick has a small foot on his left side, which helps him balance and makes him able to kick. He uses his one foot to type, write with a pen and pick things up.

“I call it my chicken drumstick (鸡腿下段),” joked Nick, who was born in Melbourne, Australia, but now lives in Los Angeles. “I’d be lost without it. When I get in the water I float because 80 percent of my body is lungs and my drumstick acts as a propeller (螺旋桨).”

“He’s very modest, but he gets marriage proposals (求婚) from women all the time,” said Nick’s friend Steve Appel.

“He would love to get married and start a family, but he’s waiting for the right girl to come along.”

When Nick was born his father was so shocked that he left the hospital room. His distraught mother couldn’t bring herself to hold him until he was four months old. His disability came without any medical explanation, which was a rare case. Nick and his parents spent many years asking why this cruel trick would happen to them. “My mother was a nurse and she did everything right during pregnancy but she still blamed herself,” he said.

“It was so hard for them, but right from the start they did their best to make me independent. My dad put me in the water at 18 months and gave me the courage to learn how to swim.”

56. We can learn from the text that Nick _____.

A. has a poor sense of balance

B. understands his mother very well

C. considers his small foot ugly

D. is disappointed with his health condition

57. What can we learn from what Steve Appel said?

A. Nick Vujicic is serious about his marriage.Nick,Vujicic,was,born,with,no,arms,or,legs

B. Nick Vujicic is not popular with women.

C. Nick Vujicic is afraid of starting a family.

D. Nick Vujicic is not willing to get married.

58. The underlined word “distraught” in the text probably means _____.

A. cold-blooded B. bad-tempered C. really shy D. extremely upset

59. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

A. Nick’s parents couldn’t afford the hospital bill.

B. Nick is living in Melbourne, Australia now.

C. Nick’s father was to blame for his disability.

D. Nick learned to be independent at a young age.

B ★★

China Daily, the national English-language newspaper of China, keeps you in touch with China and the world with our mobile solutions. Now anyone can read our exclusive reports (独家报道) anywhere. Download your favorites!

China Daily iPaper

Want to read China Daily with your iPhone or iPad? Then look no further than China Daily iPaper. With China Daily iPaper, all sections are presented as full-content digital replicas (数码复制品), in their original layout (版面设计). The application is free, and you can download your favourite news reports wherever you are. China Daily Digest

Since the China Daily Digest application is now available on the iPad App Store, iPad users can read and download China Daily Digest’s in-depth news reports, website exclusives and analysis (分析), which will give you unique views on China’s economy, society and culture.

China Daily News

A bridge connecting China and the world, the China Daily iPhone application lets you get the latest information and photos of China wherever you go. Specifically designed to use the characteristics and navigation of the iPhone, this application downloads the latest news of China directly to the device.

第二篇:《高二英语选修7周练2》

临开一中2013---2014学年高二英语(下)周练试题 编号2

出题人:毛旭峰 时间:60分钟 分值:75+10 姓名________ 班级________ I.完型填空:(每空2分,共40分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

What’s on your life card?

There’s a book where the author, Elizabeth McCracken, suggests that everyone have a life that have happened in that you don’t want to explain, but would like people tobefore dealing with you.

McCracken’s first child, her son, was born still and she writes about She talks about having to deal with insensitive (不顾他人感受的others who didn’t know of whatfirst child had died.

Wouldn’t this be great? You couldbefore having you. Your life card could I have a child with a disability or my so they didn’t cause unintentional harm.

But we don’t all have life cards. Instead we must endure (忍受don’t know or others. Think of what would go on your life card and with have their own

36. A. familiar B. similar C. useful D. harmful

37. A. expresses B. shares C. suggests D. lists

38. A. dream B. life C. imagination D. past

39. A. know B. accept C. overcome D. hold

40. A. exercises B. effects C. experiences D. directions

41. A. boring B. uncomfortable C. polite D. wise

42. A. existed B. operated C. happened D. developed

43. A. only B. great C. strange D. own

44. A. put down B. hand out C. take over D. bring in

45. A. competition B .relationship C. holiday D. trade

46. A. find B. deny C. say D. forget

47. A. wealth B. gesture C. appreciation D. information

48. A. methods B. demands C. words D. appearances

49. A. differences B. hurts C. expectations D. diseases

50 A. understand B. complain C. mind D. look

51. A. promise B. learn C. afford D. like

52. A. spare B. pay C. lend D. teach

53. A. memory B. business C. mind D. hand

54. A. remember B. realize C. remind D. warn

55. A. because B. if C. and D. until

II.阅读理解(共10小题;每小题2分,满分20分)

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。

A ★

Nick Vujicic was born with no arms or legs, but he doesn’t let this stop him.

The brave 26-year-old man plays football and golf, and swims, in spite of the fact that he has no arms or legs.

Nick has a small foot on his left side, which helps him balance and makes him able to kick. He uses his one foot to type, write with a pen and pick things up.

“I call it my chicken drumstick (鸡腿下段),” joked Nick, who was born in Melbourne, Australia, but now lives in Los Angeles. “I’d be lost without it. When I get in the water I float because 80 percent of my body is lungs and my drumstick acts as a propeller (螺旋桨).”

“He’s very modest, but he gets marriage proposals (求婚) from women all the time,” said Nick’s friend Steve Appel.

“He would love to get married and start a family, but he’s waiting for the right girl to come along.”

When Nick was born his father was so shocked that he left the hospital room. His distraught mother couldn’t bring herself to hold him until he was four months old.

His disability came without any medical explanation, which was a rare case. Nick and his parents spent many years asking why this cruel trick would happen to them.

“My mother was a nurse and she did everything right during pregnancy but she still blamed herself,” he said.

“It was so hard for them, but right from the start they did their best to make me independent. My dad put me in the water at 18 months and gave me the courage to learn how to swim.”

56. We can learn from the text that Nick _____.

A. has a poor sense of balance

B. understands his mother very well

C. considers his small foot ugly

D. is disappointed with his health condition

57. What can we learn from what Steve Appel said?

A. Nick Vujicic is serious about his marriage.

B. Nick Vujicic is not popular with women.

C. Nick Vujicic is afraid of starting a family.

D. Nick Vujicic is not willing to get married.

58. The underlined word “distraught” in the text probably means _____.

A. cold-blooded B. bad-tempered C. really shy D. extremely upset

59. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

A. Nick’s parents couldn’t afford the hospital bill.

B. Nick is living in Melbourne, Australia now.

C. Nick’s father was to blame for his disability.

D. Nick learned to be independent at a young age.

B ★★

China Daily, the national English-language newspaper of China, keeps you in touch with China and the world with our mobile solutions. Now anyone can read our exclusive reports (独家报道) anywhere. Download your favorites!

China Daily iPaper

Want to read China Daily with your iPhone or iPad? Then look no further than China Daily iPaper. With China Daily iPaper, all sections are presented as full-content digital replicas (数码复制品), in their original layout (版面设计). The application is free, and you can download your favourite news reports wherever you are.

China Daily Digest

Since the China Daily Digest application is now available on the iPad App Store, iPad users can read and download China Daily Digest’s in-depth news reports, website exclusives and analysis (分析), which will give you unique views on China’s economy, society and culture.

China Daily News

A bridge connecting China and the world, the China Daily iPhone application lets you get the latest information and photos of China wherever you go. Specifically designed to use the characteristics and navigation of the iPhone, this application downloads the latest news of China directly to the device.

China Daily Video

China Daily Video iPhone application is a window to China, letting you get video products covering all of China’s cultural heritages (遗产), natural wonders, interviews with famous people and major news events.

60. If you want to enjoy full-content papers, you should choose _____.

A. China Daily iPaper B. China Daily Digest C. China Daily News D. China Daily Video

61. What can we read in all of the four digital products?

A. News reports. B. Economic analysis.

C. Unique views on China’s society.

D. Interviews with famous people.

62. For whom is the text most probably written?

A. Those who speak English. B. China Daily’s readers.

C. Those who are interested in China. D. iPhone and iPad users.

C ★★★

Television will turn 85 years old on September 7, 2012, and it has never looked better. In its youth, television was a piece of furniture with a tiny, round screen showing unclear pictures of low-budget programs. In spite of its shortcomings, it became popular. Between 1950 and 1963, the number of American families with a television jumped from 9% to 92% of the population.

As the audience got larger, the technology got better. Television sets became more reliable through the 1960s. The reception (接收效果) improved. The picture improved. The major networks started broadcasting programs in color.

Even greater improvements were coming according to Sanford Brown, who wrote an article for the Post in 1967. Surprisingly, just about every prediction he made in the article became a reality. For example: All sets in the not-distant future will be color instruments. He also predicted that TV sets would become smalle

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