2014-2015 学年高中英语同步练习与评测题【3】及答案：Unit1（人教新课标必修 4）
Women of achievement 同步练习(三)
用所给词的适当形式填空 1. Jody Williams and her_________(organize) were given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997.
2. _________(watch) a family of chimps wake up is our first activity of the day. 3. Jane spent many years _________ ( observe) chimps' daily activities. 4. Nowadays children devote too much time to _________(play) computer games. 5. —Have you anything_________(far) to say? —No more. 6. The students are busy_________(prepare) for the final exam. 7. For forty years Jane Coodall_________(help) the rest of the world understand and respect the life of these animals. 8. Nobody but Jim_________(know) the secret. 9. The boys in the poor village each _________ (have) a basket with which they collect firewood after school. 10. Nobody before has fully understood chimp _________(behave). 完形填空 Sneaker is a kind of shoe worn by many people around the world. Some say that the word "sneaker" is another word for tennis shoe, 11 no one really knows where the word came from. 12 say it came from the old English verb "sneak" which 13 to move silently and quickly. The only thing we are 14 is that when you put on a pair of sneakers, you 15 light-hearted, light-footed and ready to play. Sneakers of some kind are used by 16 who play tennis, basketball, and other sports. New design 17 especially for people who run slowly. But perhaps sneakers are 18 used by children in the United States. In fact American children of 19 ages would much rather play in sneakers than anything else, except perhaps 20 at all. New York City once held a poetry contest (诗歌比赛) for children. The subject was only "sneaker". Thousands of children sent in their 21 and praised the sneakers they love. One prize winners called 22 poem "The Sneaker and the World Peace". " When everyone is wearing sneakers, she said," it will be impossible 23 . American school children can be seen every day 24 sneakers of all colors. They put them on in the morning and take them off 25 . Sneakers are rarely washed. In fact the older and dirtier they are, 26 they are lovable. When their sneakers 27 , children hate to throw them off. How do you explain the closeness between 28 ? Perhaps another young 29 in the New York Poetry Contest said it best. "A shoe is just a shoe," he said. "But a sneaker is a 30 ." 11. A. so B. but C. or D. and 12. A. All B. Some C. People D. Others 13. A. asks B. tells C. means D. wants 14. A. proud of B. sure of C. surprised at D. pleased with 15. A. think B. feel C. consider D. regard 16. A. men B. women C. those D. these 17. A. has made B. has been made C. has sold D. has been
sold 18. A. only B. greatly C. hardly 19. A. all B. some C. little 20. A. some shoes B. no shoes C. no children sneakers 21. A. compositions B. drawing C. poems 22. A. her B. his C. its 23. A. to put them off B. to throw them off C. to hate 24. A. dressing B. wearing C. putting on 25. A. the next day B. at noon C. at bedtime evening 26. A. and B. but C. so that 27. A. are washed B. are sold C. wear out 28. A. sneakers and other shoes B. boys and girls C. children and sneakers D. winners and sneakers 29. A. girt B. man C. woman 30. A. sneaker B. friend C. poem
D. rarely D. old D. some D. photos D. their D. to love D. putting off D. in the D. the more D. worn out
D. winner D. shoe