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Book3 Module 1 单元卷
一、听力理解
第一节 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。每段对话仅读一遍。 1.How much does the pen cost? A. 13 yuan B. 27 yuan C. 7 yuan 2. What does the man ask the woman to do? A. To work an hour B. To work an hour more C. To finish the work 3. Where are they? A. At a restaurant B. In a museum C. In the zoo 4. Why don’t they carry the old man to safety? A. Because he can go there himself B. Because the road is crowded C. Because he is badly hurt 5. What does the woman think of the acting? A. Excellent B. Just so so C. Very bad 第二节 听下面几段材料,每段材料后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选 出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。每段材料读两遍。 6. Why did the woman go to Boston? A. To spend some time with her parents B. To look after her sister C. To find new job 7. How long did the woman stay in Boston? A.Two months B. Two weeks C. Two years 8. What did the woman like doing most while in Boston? A. Nursing her parents B. Playing with them C. Chatting about her past life 9. Why is Simon at home? A. He has a serious cold B. He hurt his leg C. He doesn’t want to climb the mountain 10. where does Janet most probably speak to Simon? A. At Simon’s home B. At Simon’s school C. In the hospital 11. What will Simon do next ? A. Go to see the doctor B. Call his teacher C. Take his medicine 12. Where does the man want to go?

A. Tokyo Subway Station B. Tokyo Art Museum C. Tokyo Tower 13. How much is the train fare? A.130 yen B.140 yen C.150 yen 14. Where should the man get on the train? A. Platform number 3 B. Platform number 4 C. Platform number 5 15. How often does the train come? A. About every five minutes B. About every six minutes C. About every seven minutes

二、单项选择
16.Tibet lies ______ the west of China while Japan lies ______ the east of China. A.to;to B.in;in C.in;to D.to;in 17. My view on the project is the very ______ to yours.That's to say, I don't agree with you at all. A.similarity B.opposite C.option D.difference 18. ______ with the increasing unemployment,many people went on strike in most of the European countries. A.Facing B.Being faced C.Faced D.Having faced 19.Shanghai,China's biggest and the most dynamic city,which ______ in the Yangtze River Delta,is playing a leading role in the country's economy. A.is situated B.situated C.has situated D.is situating 20.The success of a government should be measured ______ the happiness of the people as well as the development of economy. A.in face of B.in place of C.in terms of D.in honour of 21.______,the wind died down and people began to appear in the street. A.A little bit B.A bit less C.Not a little D.Little by little 22.The boy was scolded by his parents ______ what he had done. A.because B.since C.as D.because of 23.Susan ______ California for Colorado in 2012 and ______ there ever since. A.left;worked B.has left;had worked C.left;has worked D.has left;worked 24.—______? —He's about your height,sort of heavy,with blue eyes.

A.What does he like B.How does he look C.What does he look like D.How is he 25.Football games are really ______ with not only the young but also the old. A.popular B.welcome C.good D.loved 26.After the experiment,the plant is______ it was before. A.five times taller than B.taller five times than C.as tall as five times D.the height of five times 27. To build a factory is beneficial to the local people, but ______, it will be not environmentally friendly. A.in other words B.on the other hand C.as a consequence D.on the average 28.The number of the workers in this factory ______ 300,that is to say,it ______ 20%. A.has increased by;has increased to B.have increased to;have increased by C.has increased to;has increased by D.have increased by;have increased to 29.—Do you have enough to ______ the cost of your board at school? —Oh,yes,enough and to spare. A.cover B.spend C.fill D.spare 30.It was thanks to the honesty which they showed that we could______ the agreement with that company today. A.write B.create C.mark D.sign

objectives. Most of the people who __47__ the machines of the Industrial Revolution were inventors,not trained scientists. A few were both scientists and inventors. Even those who have __48__ or no training in science might not have made their inventions __49__ a groundwork(基础工作)had not been laid by scientists years __50__. 31.A.cases B.reasons C.factors D.situations 32.A.But B.And C.Besides D.Even 33.A.else B.near C.extra D.similar 34.A.possible B.effective C.necessary D.creative 35.A.production B.sources C.bases D.discoveries 36.A.employed B.created C.operated D.controlled 37.A.came B.arrived C.stopped D.appeared 38.A.less B.better C.more D.worse 39.A.real B.practical C.pure D.clever 40.A.happily B.occasionally C.unwillingly D.wholeheartedly 41.A.now B.and C.all D.so 42.A.seldom B.sometimes C.usually D.never 43.A.plan B.use C.idea D.means 44.A.of B.with C.to D.as 45.A.single B.only C.limited D.particular 46.A.few B.those C.many D.all 47.A.suggested B.developed C.supplied D.offered 48.A.little B.much C.some D.any 49.A.as B.if C.because D.while 50.A.ago B.past C.ahead D.before

四、阅读理解
A Everybody has one of those days when everything goes wrong. This is what happened to Harry. He got up one morning very late because he had forgotten to wind up his alarm clock (闹钟) . He tried to shave (刮脸) quickly and cut himself. When he got dressed he got blood all over his clean shirt, so he had to find another one. The only other shirt that was clean needed ironing(熨), so he ironed it. While he was ironing it, there was a knock at the door. It was the man to read the electricity meter (表) . He showed him where the meter was, said good-bye and foun d that the iron had burnt a hole in his shirt. So he had to wear the one with the blood on it after all. By this time it was very late, so he decided he couldn’t go to work by bus. He telephoned for a taxi to take him to work. The taxi arrived and Harry got in and began to read the newspaper. In another part of the town, a man had killed a woman with a knife and was seen to run away in a

三、完形填空
A land free from destruction, in addition to wealth, natural resources, and labor supply—all these were important __31__ in helping England to become the center for the Industrial Revolution.__32__ they were not enough. Something __33__ was needed to start the industrial process(进程).That ―something special‖ was men—__34__ individuals who could invent machines,find new __35__ of power,and establish business organizations to reshape society. The men who __36__ the machines of Industrial Revolution __37__ from many backgrounds and many occupations. Many of them were __38__ inventors than scientists. A man who is a __39__ scientist is primarily interested in doing his research __40__.He is not necessarily working __41__ that his findings can be used. An inventor or anyone interested in applied science is __42__ trying to make something that has a concrete __43__.He may try to solve a problem by using the theories __44__ science or by experimenting through trial and error. Regardless of his method,he is working to get a __45__ result: the construction of a harvesting machine,the burning of a light bulb,or one of __46__ other

taxi. When Harry’s taxi stopped outside his office, a policeman happened to be standing there. He saw the blood on Harry’s shirt, and took him to the police station. He was kept till 3 o’clock in the afternoon before the police were sure that he was not the man they wanted. When he finally arrived at the office at about four, his boss took a look at him and told him to go away and find another job. 51. Harry had . A. a lucky day B. an unlucky day C. a busy day D. a good day 52. Put the following sentences into correct order according to the passage. a. The man who read the electricity meter came. b. Harry ironed his shirt. c. Harry got blood all over his clean shirt. d. There was a knock at the door. e. Harry wore the shirt with blood on it. A. a, b, c, d, e B. b, a, d, c, e C. b, a, c, d, e D. c, b, d, a, e 53. Why did Harry wear the shirt with blood on it? A. The iron had burnt a hole in his clean shirt. B. The only other needed ironing. C. He had only one shirt. D. He cut himself and got blood all over his shirt. 54. Harry was taken to the police station because . A. his taxi stopped outside his office and a policeman happened to be there B. there was blood on his shirt and he was in a taxi C. a man killed a woman with a knife D. the murderer was seen to run away in a taxi 55. His boss told him to go away and find another job because . A. he had been kept by the police B. there was blood on his shirt C. he was late for work D. he had killed a woman B You choose to be a winner! The Winners Club is a bank account specially designed for teenagers. It has been made to help you better manage your money. The Winners Club is a transaction account (交易账户) where you receive a key – card so you can get to your money 24/7 – that’s 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! It’s a club with impressive features for teenagers: ●No account keeping fees! You’re no millionaire so we don’t expect you to pay large fees. In fact, there are no account keeping or transaction fees! ●Excellent interest rates! You want your money to grow. The Winners Club has a good rate of interest which gets even

better if you make at least two deposits (储蓄) without taking them out in a month. ●Convenient Teenagers are busy – we get that. You may never need to come to a bank at all. With the Winners Club you can choose to use handy tellers and to bank from home using the phone and the Internet … You can have money directly deposited into your Winners Club account. This could be your pocket money or your pay from your part – time job! ●Mega magazine included Along with your regular report, you will receive a FREE magazine full of good ideas to make even more of your money. There are also fantastic offers and competitions only for Winners Club members. The Winners Club is a great choice for teenagers. And it is so easy to join. Simply fill in an application form. You will have to get permission from your parent or guardian (so we can organize that cool key – card) but it is easy. We can’t wait to hear from you. It’s the best way to choose to be a winner! 56.The Winners Club is a bank account intended for A.parents B.teenagers C.winners . D.adults

57.Which of the following is TRUE about the Winners Club? A.Special gifts are ready for parents. B.The bank opens only on work days.

C.Services are convenient for its members. D.Fees are necessary for the account keeping. 58.The Winners Club provides magazines which A.encourage spending C.are full of adventure stories . B.are free to all teenagers D.help to make more of your money .

59.If you want to be a member of the Club, you must A.be an Internet user C.have a big sum of money 60.What is the purpose of this text? A.To set up a club. C.To organize key – cards.

B.be permitted by your parent D.be in your twenties

B.To provide part – time jobs. D.To introduce a new banking service.

C For centuries, the body’s blood has been linked closely with the emotions.People who show no human emotions or feelings, are said to be cold-blooded killer.For example, the police are searching for a cold-blooded killer. He seems to kill for no reason, and no emotion, as if taking someone’s life as nothing. Cold can affect other parts of the body. The expression ―get cold feet‖ has nothing to do with cold or your feet. The expression means being afraid to do something you have decided to do. For example, you agree to be president of an organization.But then you learn that all the other officers have resigned, and all the work of the organization will be your responsibility. You are likely to get cold feet about being president when you understand the situation. The expression ―give someone the cold shoulder‖ probably comes from the physical act of turning your back toward someone, instead of speaking to him face to face.You may give a cold shoulder to a friend who has not kept a promise he made to you.Or, to someone who has lied about you to others. A cold fish is not a fish.It is a person.But it is a person who is unfriendly, unemotional and shows no love or warmth.A cold fish does not offer much of himself to anyone.Someone who is a cold fish could be cold-hearted. Now a cold-hearted person is someone who has no sympathy. Several popular songs in recent years were about cold-hearted men or cold-hearted women who, witho ut feelings, broke the hearts of their lovers. Out in the cold means not getting something that everybody else got.A person might say that everybody but him got a pay raise---he was left out in the cold.And it is not a pleasant place to be. 61.There are _____ expressions related to cold that are mentioned in the passage. A.3 B.4 C.6 D.7

63.If Sue shows absolutely no reaction to those awful pictures of starving children in Africa, you will say _________. A.she is a cold-blooded killer C.she is a cold fish B.she gets cold feet D.she is out in the cold

64.We can use the expression ―__________‖ to describe a man who abandons or hurts his lover without mercy. A.cold-blooded B.cold shoulder C.cold feet D.cold-hearted

65.The topic of this passage is about _________. A.the relationship between cold and our body C.some expressions connected with cold B.some expressions about friendship D.how cold weather comes into being

D
More than l00,and possibly hundreds,of Antarctic icebergs are floating towards Now Zealand in a rare event which has prompted a shipping warning,officials said on Monday. An Australian Antarctic Division glaciologist,said that th9 ice chunks(块),spotted by satellite photography, had passed the Auckland Islands and were heading towards the main South Island,about 450 kilometers southeast of it. Scientist Neal Young said more than 100 icebergs,some measuring more than 200 meters across,were seen in just one cluster(串),indicating there could be hundreds more.He said they were the remains of a massive iceberg which split from the Antarctic as sea and air temperatures rise due to global warming.―All of these have come from a larger one that was probably 30 square kilometers in size when it left Antarctica,‖ Young told the reporter.―It’s done a long circuit around Antarctica and now the bigger parts of it al e breaking up and producing smaller ones‖ He said large numbers of icebergs had not floated this close to New Zealand since 2006, when a number came within 25 kilometers of the coastline-the first such sighting since l931. ―They're following the same tracks now up towards New. Zealand. Whether they make it up to the South Island

62.When you refuse to speak to a man and treat him in a distant way, you may express by ―_________‖. A.I give him the cold shoulder C.I think he is a cold fish B.I think he is a cold-blooded man D.I’m likely to get cold feet

or not is diffcu1t to tell,‖Young said? Maritime New Zealand spokesman Ross Henderson said that New Zealand has already

issued coastal navigation warnings for the area in the Southern Ocean Where the icebergs have been seen.The icebergs are smaller parts of the giant chunks seen off Australia's Macquarie Island this month,including one estimated at two kilometers and another twice the size of Beijing’s ―Bird's Nest‖ Olympic Stadium. Young earlier said he expected to see more icebergs in the area if the Earth's temperature continues to increase.―If the current trends in global warming were to continue I would anticipate(预 见)seeing more icebergs and the large ice shelves breaking up,‖he said. 66.We call infer that Auckland Islands is A.to the east of the South Island . it.

C.The ocean current. D.The season wind .

Ⅳ.阅读表达(共 5 小题,每小题 2 分,共 10 分)
Do you blank out or feel so nervous in exams that you have trouble writing answers to questions that you knew just last night? If so, you likely have a case of test anxiety. But, don't be afraid. By recognizing the problem, you are taking the first step towards overcoming Believe it or not, a touch of nervousness can sharpen your mind, allowing you to perform more quickly. This is because under stress, the body releases the hormone adrenaline (肾上腺素), which prepares it for something important that will happen. However, too much anxiety can result in sleeplessness, loss of appetite before tests, and poor performance. Some people might feel hot and tired. With great anger they often shout or complain for no reason. If you worry a lot or are a perfectionist, you are more likely to have trouble with test anxiety. Those who have prepared poorly for a test or have had negative experiences taking tests may also experience test anxiety. When you feel a storm of anxiety coming on, stop what you're doing and make your mind a blank. If possible, actually tell yourself to “STOP!” This will get your mind off the stress. Then think of being at a place of comfort and let your body relax. As you continue the test, find questions you know the answers to and answer them first. This will help restore your confidence. Important of all, talk to yourself using positive languages. Make it a habit to replace each negative thought with a logical reason. For example: ―I've studied hard and I know the material, so I'm ready to do the best I can.‖ Another thing you can do is to learn to accept mistakes. In fact, they can be valuable learning opportunities. Last but not least, start test preparation early-three to five days ahead of the quiz or test. After all, good study habits and skills -for example, time management and notetaking will give you the feeling that you are in control. 71.What is probably the best title of the passage? ________________________________ ( No more than 10 words )

B.to the south of the South Island

C.to the north of the South Bland D.to the west of the South Bland 67.According to Neal Young A.these icebergs came from different areas in Antarctica B.these icebergs will completely be melted in a short time C.the biggest of the icebergs is 30 square kilometers in size D.the icebergs or ice chunks al e breaking up all the way 68.From the text we learn that A.floating icebergs once reached the South Bland in history B.icebergs were over 25 kilometers from the South Bland in 2006 C.these icebergs are floating along almost the same coulee D.floating icebergs were closest from the South Island in l 931 69.How does the government deal with the matter? A.Making good use of the icebergs. B.Sending out safe sailing warnings. C.Warning people to protect the environment· D.Noticing the icebergs by satellite photography. 70.What is the main cause of icebergs floating north? A.Global warming B.The rising of sea level

72.Who will more easily suffer from test anxiety according to the passage? ( No more than 10 words) ________________________________ 73. What does the underlined word ―hot‖ in Paragraph 3 probably mean? (No more than 3 words) ________________________________ 74.What makes you feel that you are in control of the test in the last paragraph? (No more than 7 words) ________________________________ 75.Do you think that a touch of anxiety can have a positive effect? And why? (No more than 20 words) ________________________________ Yours Sincerely, Li Hua

Ⅴ书面表达(共 15 分)
假定你是李华,你的一位美国朋友 Jane 在北京学习中文两年,即将回国。现在由你给她发 E-mail,邀请她参加为她举办的欢送会,要点如下:[来源:Zxxk.Com] (1)祝贺她顺利通过考试,她的学习进步很大,为她骄傲; (2)感谢她帮助你们学习英语; (3)时间:星期六晚六点; (4)地点:阳光俱乐部(The Sun Club)302 房间; 注意: (1)必须包括以上主要内容,可以适当增加细节,使内容连贯; (2)词数:100 词左右。开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数。 (3)参考词汇 :欢送会 farewell party Dear Jane, Congratulations on your passing all the exams.

参考答案
听力 1-5 每小题 1 分,6-15 每小题 1.5 分,共 20 分 1-5 ABCCB 单项选择 16.C 西藏在中国范围内,所以用介词 in,日本和中国各自独立且不接壤,用介词 to。 17 similarity 意为―相似‖; opposite 意为―相反; 反面‖; option 意为―选择; 选项‖; difference 6-10 ABCAB 11-15 CCABB

27. B in other words 意为―换句话说‖; on the other hand 意为―另一方面‖; as a consequence 意为―结果‖;on the average 意为―平均来说‖。空前说明的是建立工厂的好处,空后则说明的是 建立工厂的坏处,所以应选 B 项。 28.C 由主语 the number of the workers―工人的数量‖可知第一个空应用单数形式;另外 increase to 表示数量―增长到……‖, increase by 表示幅度―增长了……‖, 根据句意判断应选 C 项。 29.A cover the cost of...―付……的费用‖。 30.D 句意:正是由于他们表现出的诚实,我们今天才得以和那家公司签署这个协议。 sign―签署‖。write―写;书写‖;create―创造‖;mark―作记号;标志‖。 完形填空 31.C 本句列举了英国成为工业革命中心的因素。A 项意为―情况;例子‖;B 项意为―原 因‖;C 项意为―因素‖;D 项意为―形势‖。 32.A 上文说―所有这些都是重要因素‖,下文说―这些还不够‖,显然用 but 表示转折。 33.A 根据上文意思,既然不够(not enough) ,那么还需要别的因素,所以选 else 表示―其 他的;别的‖。 34.D 后面定语从句说―可以发明机器的人‖,那么一定是具有创造性的人,根据句意确定 D 项。 35.B 短文第一句提到―自然资源‖,此处又提及―新的‖,根据句意指开发新能源,也为下 文的描述作铺垫。 36.B 此空用 create 与上文的 invent machines 相呼应,指工业革命中的发明创造。 37.A 指这些发明家的背景、职业不一样,他们来自各种背景及职业。 38.C more 与后文的 than 相呼应,more...than...意为―是……而不是……;与其……不

意为―区别;不同‖。根据后面的解释可知应选 B 项。句意:关于这个项目我的看法正好与你相 反。也就是说,我根本不同意你的看法。 18.C be faced with 为固定短语,意为―面对着……;面临……‖,所以该题应选过去分 词形式作状语。 19.A situate 意为―使位于;使处于‖,为及物动词,常用于短语 be situated in/on/at,表 示―坐落于/位于……‖。从句子结构看,逗号后为由 which 引导的非限制性定语从句,定语从句 缺谓语,故选 A 项。句意:坐落在长江三角洲的中国最大也是最具活力的城市上海,正在国家 经济中起着主导的作用。 20.C in face of 意为―面对着‖;in place of 意为―代替‖;in terms of 意为―就……而言; 从……方面‖;in honour of 意为―为纪念;为庆祝‖。根据句意判断应选 C 项,表示―从经济发展 和人民幸福方面‖。 21.D little by little 意为―慢慢地;渐渐地‖。 22.D because 是一个连词,只能引导原因状语从句,而 because of 是一个介词短语, 通常连接名词、代词等。 23.C 根据具体的过去时间状语 in 2012 判断第一个空应选一般过去时,可排除 B、D 两项;根据时间状语 ever since 判断第二个空应用完成时态,所以答案为 C 项。 24.C 由答语可知,问句询问的是长相。 25.A 句意:足球比赛不仅受到年轻人的欢迎也受到老年人的欢迎。 be popular with

如……‖。句意:他们许多人与其说是科学家不如说是发明家。 39.C 根据句意及上下文可知该句讲述的是一心埋头于研究的―纯粹的‖科学家。 40. D 根据上下文, 这种意义上的科学家一心一意地搞研究, 不必关心其研究成果的应用。 因此选 D 项。 41.D 用。 so that 引导目的状语从句,表示他工作的目的不一定是为了保证其成果能得到应

―受……欢迎‖。 26. A 句意: 在实验后, 这种植物为过去高度的五倍。 倍数必须放在比较结构的最前面。

42.C 四个选项均为频率副词,根据句意应选 C 项,表示发明者总想制造成有用的东西。 43.B 此处指发明制造有具体用途的东西,与上文的 applied science(应用科学)相呼应。 44. A 不是―把科学与理论结合起来‖, 而是―用科学理论解决问题‖, 因此用 of 而不是 with。 45.D particular 表示―具体的;特定的‖。发明家在进行发明创造时是有其具体的目的或意 图所在。 46.C 除了前面提到的两项之外,还有很多其他目的或意图。 47.B develop 在此表示―研究;开发‖,其他选项均不合文意。

48.A have little or no training 表示―很少甚至没有训练‖。 49.B if 引导条件状语从句,表―假设;如果‖。

50.D 由句意知科学家的―groundwork‖在先,发明创造在后。 阅读理解 51-55 BDABC 阅读表达 每小题 2 分 71. Tips on how to beat test anxiety. 72. Those who worry a lot or are perfectionists. 73. angry 74. Good study habits and skills 75. Yes. Because it can sharpen your mind and allow you perform more quickly. 写作表达 15 分 范文一 Dear Jane, Congratulations on your passing all the exams. I am delighted you have really made great progress in your two years of studying in China. All you have gained is the result of your hard work. We are proud of you and we all appreciate your help with our English. We'll always remember the wonderful time we spent together. It's a pity that you have to go back soon! So a farewell party for you will be held in Room302 in the Sun Club this Saturday evening. Could you come by 6:00 p. m.? We'll have dinner together. By the way, you may take Bus No.332 in front of your hotel and it will take you directly to the club. I wish you success and fulfillment in the years ahead! 56-60 BCDBD 61-65CACDC 66-70 BDCBA


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