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英语周报牛津模块九 Unit 2 牛津高三实验版模块九Unit2单元测试题


07-08 学年上学期牛津高三实验版模块九 Unit2 单元测试题 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,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1.Which director was he ______when talking about the latest film? A. looking up B.giving out C.applying for D.referring to

2.A policeman shouted to the criminal ,”Put up your hands and stand still______the law.” A.in the name of B.at the mercy of C.by the name of D.regardless of

3.People hope to become more ______ in predicting earthquakes. A.absolute B.steady C.ideal D.accurate

4.He is out of work,feeling as if he has _____nothing. A. established B.accomplished C.abolished D.guaranteed

5.After arriving in New York,the Chinese college student found it rather hard to ______living on his own. A.rely on B.adjust to C.depend on D.bring up

6.Whether you can earn money ____on whether you can take good care of sheep which ____on grass. A.depends;feed B.depends;feeds C.relies;feed D.relies;feeds

7.It is well known to us ___ ___ practice makes perfect. A.that;the B.what;the C.that;/ D.what;/

8.____they are closest friends is not clear though they live together. A.That B.If C.What D.Whether

9.This is the best way they have thought of _____the ______miners. A.rescuing;burying D.rescuing;buried 10.A:Come in,please.This way.____. B:Thanks.Oh,you have a nice place here. A:I’m glad you like it. A.Take it easy B.Make youself at home. C.Help yourself B.to rescue;buried C.to rescue;burying

D.How do you like it? 11.The coach usually _____the trainees into different parts. A.breaks out B.breaks through C.breaks up D.breaks about

12.At the interview,the spokeman avoided the journalists’___________ question. A.moderate B.pointed C.accurate D.outgoing

13.There has been housing development ______ since the end of the last century. A. in detail B.in all C.in total D.in consequence of the economy

14.____with what students had done,the teacher praised them highly.

A.Delighted

B.Delighting

C.Delight

D.Being delighted

15.It’s up to you to _____ it and make a decision. A.eat B.eating C.chew D.chewing

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,掌握其大意,然后从 36-55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出 最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 My mother used to ask me what is the most important part of the body . Through the years I would 16 the correct answer . When I was younger , I thought 17 was very important to us as humans , so I said , “My ears , Mummy .” She said , “No. Many people are 18 . But you keep thinking about it and I will ask you again soon.” Several years passed before she asked me again . Since making my first 19 , I had often thought over the question . So this time I told her , “Mummy , it must be our eyes .”She looked at me and said, “You are 20 fast , but the answer is not correct because there are many people who are blind.” 21 the years , mother asked me a couple more22 and always her response to my answers was , “No, but you are getting 23 every year , my child.” Then last year , my Grandpa 24 . Everybody was heart broken . Everybody was crying . My mum looked at me when it was our 25 to say our final good-bye to Grandpa . She asked me , “Do you know the most important body part yet , my dear?” between her and I was 26 when she was asking me this now . I always thought this was a 27 me .She saw the 28 on my face and told me , “This question is very important . It shows that you have really 29 your life.” I saw her eyes well up with tears . She said , “My dear , the most important body part is your 30 .” I asked , “Is it because they hold up your head?” She replied , “No , it is 31 on and them a crying friend or loved one can rest their head . I only hope that you have enough 32 friends that you will have a shoulder to cry 33 when you need it.” Then and there I understood the 35 . most important body part is not a 34 one . It is sympathetic(同情的)to the pain of 16.A.notice B.believe in C.doubt D.guess at 17.A.love B.health C.sound D.sight B.deaf C.invisible D.thoughtful 18.A.blind 19.A.discovery B.decision C.attempt D.suggestion B.thinking C.growing D.changing 20.A.learning 21.A.Before B.Till C.Beyond D.Over 22.A.ways B.things C.questions D.times 23.A.stronger B.taller C.smarter D.nicer 24.A.left B.got ill C.died D. got wounded 25.A.duty B.turn C.pity D.chance 26.A.shocked B.satisfied C.interested D.excited 27.A.game B.test C.match D.secret 28.A.worry B.puzzlement C.regret D.pain 29.A.enjoyed B.found C.disliked D.lived 30.A.shoulders B.feet C.hands D.hair 31.A.how B.because C.why D.whether 32.A.respect B.favour C.love D.fun 33.A.by B.on C.above D.for 34.A.valuable B.useful C.selfish D.precious B.the deaf C.Grandpa D.the blind 35.A.others 第三节、 阅读理解 (共 20 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的选项 A、B、C、D 中,选出最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

A 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.” However ,their spoken English does not have to remain “poor” ! 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 .Obviously the better answer is to expand their vocabulary. However ,you can speak with a limited vocabulary, if your attitude is positive .Others will follow you as long as you use the words that you know. Second ,they are afraid of making mistakes. 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 wrong word or tense ,but it doesn’t matter because the person you are speaking to will understand you and make allowances for any mistakes he hears. The third reason is that not enough attention is paid to listening .You have one mouth but two ears! All that hearing was necessary for you to start speaking. Fourth ,most Chinese students are reactive rather than proactive 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 .If you have this proactive outlook ,then you will see English opportunities wherever you go. If you do not use your English beyond the classroom you will forget what English you know .Remember : USE IT OR LOSE IT! You can learn how to speak English better by speaking English more. 36.What is most probably the writer’s purpose in writing the passage? A.To improve your reading. B.To improve your spoken English. C.To improve your listening. D.To improve your vocabulary. 37.It can be inferred from the third paragraph that . A.don’t be afraid of making mistakes .Just speak! B.don’t be nervous ,don’t be shy .Just write! C.don’t be fluency .Just be accuracy D.don’t be shy ,don’t be fluency. Just listen and write! 38.The text is most probably taken from a . A.teacher’s diary B.report on study C.sports newspaper D.movie magazine B We know that many animals do not stay in one place. Birds, fish and other animals move from one place to another at a certain time. They move for different reasons most of them move to find food more easily, but others move to get away from places that are too crowded. When cold weather comes, many birds move to warmer places to find food. Some fishes give birth in warm water and move to cold water to feed. The most famous migration(迁移)is probably the migration of the fish, which is called “salmon”. This fish is born in fresh water but it travels many miles to salt water. There it spends its life. When it is old, it returns to its birthplace in fresh water. Then it gives birth and dies there. In northern Europe, there is a kind of mice. They leave their mountain homes when they become too crowded. They move down to the low land. Sometimes they move all the way to the seaside, and many of them are killed when they fall into the sea. Recently, scientists have studied the migration of a kind of lobsters(龙虾). Every year, when the season of bad weather arrives, the lobsters get into a long line and start to walk across the floor of the ocean. Nobody knows why they do this, and nobody knows where they go. So, sometimes we know

why humans and animals move from one place to another, but at other times we don’t. Maybe living things just like to travel. 39.Most animals move from one place to another at a certain time to __________ . A. give birth B. enjoy warmer weather C. find food more easily D. find beautiful places 40. The mice in northern Europe move when __________ . A. they give birth B. the weather is bad C. the place gets too crowded D. they haven’t enough food 41. The lobsters move __________ . A. to the fresh water B. to the sea floor C. to find more food D. at a certain time 42. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Animals move in order to find food more easily. B. The migration of the fish called “salmon” is the most famous migration. C. Living things move from one place to another because they like to travel. D. Sometimes we know why and how living things move from one place to another but we don’t sometimes. C Machines in the home have a short history. Sewing machines, washing machines and tumble dries are common enough today, but a hundred years ago few people could even imagine such things. However, inventors have designed and built a wide range of household machines since then. In most cases the inventor tried to patent(申请专利)his machine, to stop anyone copying it. Then he tried to produce a lot of them. If the machine became popular, the inventor could make a lot of money. In 1790 the first sewing machine was patented. The inventor was an Englishman called Thomas Saint. There was nothing to match his machine for forty years, and then someone built a similar device. He was a Frenchman, Bartelemy Thimonier. Neither of these early machines worked very well, however. It wasn’t until 1846 that an inventor came up with a really efficient (高效的) sewing machine. He was an American, Elias Howe and his machine was good enough to beat five skilled sewing women. He didn’t make much money from it, however. The first commercially(商业的)successful sewing machine was patented by Isaac Singer five years later. Today, we take washing machines for granted, but there was none before 1869. The revolving drum (旋转桶)of that first machine set a pattern for the future, but it was crude by today’s standards. The drum was turned by hand, and needed a lot of effort. Eight years passed before someone produced an electric washing machine. The world had to wait even longer for a machine to dry clothes. The first spin-drier was another American invention, patented in 1924; but it was 20 years before such machines were widely used. It was yet another American, called Bissell, who introduced the carpet sweeper. He patented the original machine back in 1876. It didn’t pick up dirt very well, but it was quicker than a dustpan and brush. Thirty-six years later, even the carpet sweeper was old-fashioned: modern homes now have a vacuum cleaner(吸尘器)with an electric motor to suck the dust. 43. Inventors patent the inventions so as to __________ . A. produce more machines B. avoid being copied by others C. make the inventions more popular D. make more money 44. Whose sewing machine could do far more than the work that was done by five skilled sewing women? A. Thomas Saint’s. B. Bartelemy Thimonier’s. C. Elias Howe’s. D. Isaac Singer’s. 45. According to the article, modern inventors __________ . A. follow the pattern of the first revolving drum but improve it much B. only imitate the first washing machine C. power the first ever-made washing machine by electricity D. have to wait for the first spin-drier for a long time 46. The underlined word “crude” in the sentence “but it was crude by today’s

standards”probably means __________ . A. useless B. ugly-looking C. rough D. not skillfully made 47. The article mainly tells us about __________ . A. the great inventors in the world B. the important inventions in the world C. the short history of household machines D. the importance of the machines used in the home D The high noise of modern life may affect speech and language development in the very young,according to a study that found the auditory(听觉的)parts of the brains of young mice are slower to organize properly in the presence of continuous sounds. Researchers at the University of California,San Francisco,reared a group of rats in an environment of continuous background noise and found that their brain circuits(电路)that receive and interpret(解 释)sound did not develop at the same rate as animals that were raised in a quieter environment. Edward F. Chang and Michael Merzenich,co-authors of the study appearing in the journal Science,said that the continuous noise delayed the organization of auditory neurons(神经细胞)during a critical two-to-three-week period after the rat pups were born. For rats not exposed to the noise,the auditory cortex(皮层)neurons during this period gathered into a smaller area and began developing a selective response to sounds. But for the noise-exposed rats,this organization was slowed,causing a delay in the development of the ability to discriminate(辨别)specific sound tones.The researchers said it took three or four times longer for the rats raised in a noisy environment to reach the basic bench marks(基准)of auditory development seen in the rat pups not exposed to noises. Although the rat is not a perfect model for what happens in humans,the authors note,the study does suggest that high levels of noise might possibly affect some language learning in babies. “These findings suggest that environmental noise,which is commonly present in contemporary child-rearing environments,can potentially contribute to auditory and language—related development delays,” the authors wrote in Science. The authors noted that although the brain development was delayed in rats exposed to the noise,their brains did eventually mature(成熟的)normally. 48.The scientists at California University studied rats____________. A.of different age groups B.with different habits C.in different environments D.from different areas 49.The rats exposed to noise,compared to those not exposed,_________. A. grew up more slowly B.were duller C. were more sensitive D.gathered together more quickly 50.The result of the research mainly tells us that noise_________________. A.delays brain development B.stops baby growth C.affects speech and language D.destroys brains 51.The findings of the research are said to have special connections with____________. A.causes of noises B.medical science C.other living things D.human babies E How many people have I met who have told me about the book they have been planning to write but have never yet found the time too much. This is Life, all right, but we do treat it like a rehearsal (排演) and, unhappily, we do miss so many of its best moments. We take jobs to stay alive and provide homes for our families always making ourselves believe that this style of life is merely a temporary state of affairs along the road to what we really want to do. Then, at 60 or 65, we are suddenly presented with a clock and several grandchildren and we look back

and realize that all those years waiting for Real Life to come along were in fact real life. In America they have a saying much laughed at by the English:“Have a nice day” they speak slowly and seriously in their shops, hotels and sandwich bars. I think it is a wonderful phrase, reminding us, in effect, to enjoy the moment: to value this very day. How often do we say to ourselves, "I'll take up horse-riding (or golf, or sailing) as soon as I get a higher position," only to do none of those things when I do get the higher position. When I first became a reporter I knew a man who gave up a very well paid respectable job at the Daily Telegraph to go and edit a small weekly newspaper. At the time I was astonished by what appeared to me to be his completely abnormal (反常的) mental state. How could anyone turn his back on Fleet Street in central London for a small local area?I wanted to know. Now I am a little older and possibly wiser, I see the sense in it. In Fleet Street the man was under continual pressure. He lived in an unattractive London suburb and he spent much of his life sitting on Southern Region trains. . 52. The first paragraph of the passage tells us that A. we always try to find some time to write a book B. we always make plans but seldom fulfill them C. we always enjoy many of life's best moments D. we always do what we really want to do 53. The underlined phrase "turn his back on" (paragraph 6) most probably means A. leave for B. return to C. give up D. rely on 54. The man ( paragraph 6) left his first job partly because he was . A. in an abnormal mental state B. under too much pressure C. not well paid D. not respected 55. What is probably the best title for the passage? A. Provide Homes For Our Family B. Take Up Horse-riding C. Value This Very Day D. Stay Alive 第四节.对话填空 (共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) 阅读下面的对话,掌握其大意,并根据所给首字母的提示在标有题号的右边横线上写出一个英 语单词的完整、正确形式,使对话通顺。 A:What about your winter vocation? B:We had a good time.We made a (76) v_____ across the Pacific Ocean. A:It must have taken you many days to sail across the ocean. B:We were (77) f______by the beauty of Hawaii, where we (78)_____(漫游) about,spending the (79)e_____ week,that is ,seven days , roasting,swimming,and sometimes fishing. A:It’s said that there are (80) v______ fish around Hawaii.Is it true? B:Yes.Those who are (81)______(精力充沛) (61) ____________ (60) ____________ (57) ____________ (58) ____________ (59) ____________ (56) ____________ .

and (82)______(专心致志) on fishing can enjoy (62) ____________ delicious fish for free every day.

A:What else did you do? B:At night,we sang and danced (83)_____(露天). We came across some Chinese (84)i______ and (63) ____________ (64) ____________

chatted a lot.They (85)____(自愿) to introduce (65) ____________ more about its history and resorts. 第五节、书面表达 (满分 25 分) 请你用英语写“澳大利亚概况”。 词数 120 左右。 (澳大利亚就像时间一样古老;一个讲英语国家;太平洋印度洋之间;人口 1800 万;面积 770 万平方公里;唯一覆盖整个大陆国家;许多动植物仅存在澳洲;资源丰富;气候多样;3%人口 农场主; 先进科技; 麦子水果; 运动员多次创造世界记录; 与他国友好; 与中国互派大使 exchange; 旅游业发展快;美丽国度。 )

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07-08 学年上学期牛津高三实验版模块九 Unit2 单元测试题参考答案 1-15 DADBB;ACDBB;CBDAC 16-35 DCBCA ; DDCCB ; AABDA ; BCBCA 36-55 BABCC;DDBDA;DCCAA;DBCBC 56.voyage 57.fascinated 58.wandered 59.entire 60.various 61.energetic 62.concentrate 63.outdoors 64.immigrants 65.volunteered Australia is as old as time .It is an English-speaking country,located between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean.It has a population of 18 million and an area of7.7 million square kilometers. It is the

only country that covers an entire continent.It has many plants and animals that don’t exist anywhere else in the world. It is rich in natural resources.It has different weather in different places.3% of its population are farmers.They have advanced science and technology, growing wheat and various fruits.Its athletes have set many world records.It is getting on very well with other countries.Australia exchanges ambassadors with China regularly and its tourism is developing rapidly.This is a beautiful country.


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