Unit 5 Canada—“The True North” 课时作业(五)
I．单词拼写(10 分) 1. He comes from a w family. 2. We should make n________ in class. 3. F has killed several of our new young plants. 4.I want to make a
________(旅行) round the world. 5. The river is________(宽阔). Ⅱ．短语翻译(30 分) 6．远到，直到____________ 7．加速____________ 8．鼓励某人做某事____________ 9．超过，多于____________ 10．轮流，依次____________ 11．做笔记____________ 12．到达____________ 13 在远处____________ 14．靠近，接近____________ 15．梦想____________ 16．过去常常____________ 17．越来越……____________ 18．离开某地去(某地)____________ 19．成双成对的，一对对的____________ 20．努力做某事____________ Ⅲ．句型转换(10 分) 21. To master a foreign language is not an easy job. ______________ is not an easy job ______________master a foreign language. 22. He walked on until he reached the seaside. He walked _______________ the seaside. 23. Many students take part in the party. _______________ _______________ one student _______________ part in the party. 24. He wanted to become a pilot. He _______________ _______________ becoming a pilot. 25. He often slept in class, but he doesn't sleep now. He _______________ _______________ sleep in class. Ⅳ．单项填空(30 分) 26. It's nice _______________him to offer me such valuable advice. A. for B. of C. about D. on 27. Marie Curie took little notice____________ the honours that were given to her in her later years. A. of B. on C. about D. from 28. He gained his____________ by printing ____________of famous writers. A. wealth; work B. wealths; works C. wealths; work D. wealth; works 29. Paper produced every year is the world's production of vehicles. A. the three times weight of B. three times the weight of C. as three times heavy as D. three times as heavier as 30. He is very clever. But he is____________ that girl.
A. no more than B. not more than C. no less than D. not less than 31. I'll help you as____________ as I can. A. such B. many C. much D. more 32. The sunlight came in the windows in the roof and lit up the whole room. A. through B. across C. on D. over 33. Our neighbour has ours. A. as a big house as B. as big a house as C. the same big house as D. house the same big as 34. Which of the two cows you keep produces more milk? A. that B. which C. whom D. when 35. Paul had to write a history paper,____________ he couldn't find time to do it. A. but B. so C. because D. if 36. In fact is a hard job for the police to keep order in an important football match. A. this B. that C. there D. it 37. Because of the accident, the road was to traffic. A. shut B. closed C. turned off D. ended 38. We were swimming in the lake____________ suddenly the storm started. A. when B. while C. until D. before 39. —How far apart do they live? —____________I know, they live in the same neighbourhood. A. As long as B. As far as C. As well as D. As often as 40. He did it____________ it took me. A. one-third a time B. one-third time C. the one-third time D. one third the time V．阅读理解(20 分) A Being not far from the sea, London is famous for its fogs. The worst of them happened on December 4,1952. All movement in the town came to a stop. It was almost impossible to drive or ride in anything. The streets that led into the center were filled with buses that moved two miles an hour. Soon, however, the traffic was stopped. Being left by their drivers, the buses and cars stood empty in the streets. Many who usually travel by bus took underground. But there were so many people that the gates had to be closed. Being caught in the fog, people felt their way along the walls of house with one hand, while they put the other in front of them so as not to knock
against something or somebody. At the Opera (歌剧) House they got through the first act of La Traviata before so much fog had spread into the building that singers could not see the conductor. It was a terrible fog, indeed, and as many as 4 000 people in London lost their lives. 41. This passage mainly tells us that________. A. London is famous for its fogs B. fogs may cause great trouble to people C. the Londoners suffered a lot in the heavy fog in 1952 D. as many as 4 000 people died in the terrible fog 42. In this passage "traffic" refers to________. A. the movement of all the cars and people in the streets B. the underground worked normally in the foggy weather C. it was much safer to travel by underground D. the police and the police cars coming and going 43. Why did people take underground? Because A. the underground was more comfortable B. the underground worked normally in the foggy weather C. it was much safer to travel by underground D. people wouldn't knock against anything or anybody 44. Which of the following is true according to this passage? A. La Traviata was such a nice play that everyone enjoyed it. B. On the bus the singers couldn't see the conductors because of the heavy fog. C. The fog spread into the Opera House after they finished the first act of La Traviata. D. As soon as the first act of La Traviata began the fog spread into the building. 45. Why do they have foggy weather in London? Because A. London is called a "foggy city" B. It often rains heavily in London C. London is not far from the sea D. London is on the Thames River B My first reaction was annoyance. It was Friday afternoon, and I was within an hour of finishing my work for the week. As I was leaving, a nurse brought me one more patient message. The statement read: "Mrs. Jones called to say that she has had blurred vision (视觉模糊) ever since her medical test this morning. "I smiled. Suddenly our tests were causing eye problems. This week my patients had questioned everything. My patient with high blood pressure had stopped coming to her treatment on the advice of an Internet chat room. A woman who had a mental problem was substituting (用......替代)St. John's word for her medication. Now Mrs. Jones was imagining problems. I rolled my eyes. My second reaction was worried. As I looked through her record, I tried to figure out why she would have blurred vision, but nothing in her record explained the new problem. She's probably just anxious, I thought. Still, she wouldn't have called if she had been all right. I picked up the phone. What I next felt can only be described as delight. Before I made the call, the nurse ran in; Mrs. Jones called. Her vision is fine. Turns out she picked up the wrong glasses when she left the office. The X-ray technician has been having the same problem. I let out a laugh. Mrs. Jones had been right. Her vision had been blurred. Now we know why.
Finally I felt shame. I came to realize what Mrs. Jones had taught me. I had first known she was wrong, that her anxiety had clouded her judgement. Instead, my medical training had clouded mine. Now I feel thankful that Mrs. Jones figured it out before I made a mistake about our relationship. Patients come to me for my help. They pay me to listen, diagnose (诊断), treat and talk. That suggest trust; I must remember that, and trust them too. 46. The writer smiled while reading the patient message because he knew________. A. Mrs. Jones would ask for more tests B. the patient was being unreasonable C. the nurse was joking with him D. Mrs. Jones would call him 47. What has caused Mrs. Jone's eye problem? ________ A. Wrong glasses. B. Medical checkup. C. Her own imagination. D. Chatting on the Internet. 48. The underlined words "clouded her judgement" in the last paragraph probably mean A. made her less trustful toward the doctor B. put her in control of her own feelings C. made her less able to think clearly D. put her in a dangerous situation 49. I like______________ in the autumn when the weather is clear and bright. A. this B. that C. it D. one 50. The cakes are delicious. He'd like to have ______________third one because ______________second one is rather too small. A. a; a B. the; the C. a; the D. the; a