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新课标人教版高中英语必修一 unit 2 测试题
第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 21. —What would you rather do this weekend, go to a concert or an art show? —_____ Both are exciting to me. A. Is that right? B. It’s up to you. C. That’s great! D. I have got that.

22. A fast-developing China has made a great _____ on the foreign guests. A. expression B. emotion C. impression D. instance

23. Plants need water and sunlight to grow well. _____, a healthy body requires a balanced diet. A. Formally B. Generally C. Similarly D. Scientifically

24. With more people _____ the traffic rules, our city is becoming better organized. A. respect B. being respected C. respected D. respecting

25. Mr. Smith spoke slowly and clearly to _____ all of us students could follow him. A. test B. be sure C. examine D. make sure

26. I really _____ your efforts to provide food and rooms for the homeless children. A. admit B. surprise C. appreciate D. enjoy

27. Professor Wilson likes to spend his spare time _____ the piano at home. A. practising playing C. practising to play B. to practise playing D. to practise to play

28. Just be a little _____. We are looking into the matter and you’ll get what you want to know later. A. patient B. nervous C. serious D. strict

29. I’m afraid that the passengers will have to wait at the airport for another day, _____ the fog clears up. A. when B. unless C. if D. though

30. —I’m considering _____ to Qingdao for my holiday by train. —Why not try _____ by ship for a change? A. going; to travel C. to go; to travel B. to go; traveling D. going; traveling

31. I’m progressing in physics _____ the teacher’s well-organized teaching and exact explanation. A. because B. as a result of C. as D. as a result

32. —The streets become more and more crowded since most families own cars in my city. —It is true _____ my hometown. A. with B. to C. in D. of

33. Mrs. White prefers _____ some voluntary work in a local hospital, rather than _____ nothing at all day long. A. to doing; do B. to do; to do C. to do; do D. doing; to do

34. We feel relaxed with our teachers _____ we’d like to share views and ideas with them. A. when B. so that C. if D. even if

35. I have to admit you’re better than me in this subject but I’m _____ for I can work fifteen hours a day. A. more energetic C. energetic B. more enthusiastic D. enthusiastic

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。 How many dolls can you stuff (塞) into a spare room? The 36 — 2, 300 —

comes from Gali Little and Katie Banman, both 11, and Katie’s 9-year-old sister, Sarah. They know 37 they just did it. The girls weren’t trying to 38 it into the Guinness Book of World Records. They wanted to 39 children who lost so 40 during hurricanes (飓风) Katrina and Rita. 42 of

“My mom and I were 41

the news and I saw a lot of children, and

them had any possessions (私人物品) ... I thought they might 43 and to tell secrets to,” Gali said.

a doll to hold onto

Gali 44 her idea of collecting dolls with Katie and Sarah, who are friends as well


as neighbors, and the project was 45 way. The girls started their 46 at their schools first. They also collected 47 in their neighborhood. The girls were very 48 about 100 dolls,” Sarah said. When the three-week 49 time is over, the dolls are shipped to a charity group. It will then 50 the dolls to children still in shelters (庇护所) in hurricane-hit areas. 51 do the girls feel about kids having new 52 friends to hold onto because of their actions? “Proud,” the three said with one 53 . at their success. “I had thought we would get only

This story has a 54 ending in more than one way. Not only will thousands of kids be getting new dolls, but Gali’s mom now also has her spare 55 back. 36. A. group 37. A. because 38. A. set B. answer B. even if B. keep C. result C. unless C. put C. please C. much D. question D. so that D. make D. wish D. lot D. reporting D. all D. collect D. discovered D. off D. study D. dolls D. careful D. holiday D. return D. What D. special D. voice

39. A. understand B. help 40. A. few 41. A. writing 42. A. none 43. A. get 44. A. shared 45. A. by 46. A. travel 47. A. clothes 48. A. strict B. little

B. watching C. hearing B. some B. buy B. told B. under B. trip B. books C. most C. like C. gave C. at C. plan C. money

B. surprised C. angry

49. A. collection B. summer C. school 50. A. pay 51. A. Why B. sell B. How C. send C. When

52. A. interesting B. friendly C. strange 53. A. hope B. smile C. look


54. A. happy 55. A. yard

B. bad B. house

C. scared C. bag

D. beautiful D. room

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★ If there is one person who has left a deep impression on me, it’s my teacher Mrs. Pathak who was my class teacher for three years. In my childhood, how I wished I had a mother or a sister like her. One moment she could be tough (严厉的) and strict, another moment caring and compassionate (富有同情心的). She always encouraged us to tell the truth. For instance, if one had not done the homework, he need not lie. She allowed us to make mistakes, saying we coul dn’t be perfect all the time, but we should try. Another thing she taught me early on was punctuality. She set a good example with her own behaviour. She was always on time, so we students tried our best to be on time. She surprised us with her sense of humour. Her classroom teaching was always humorous. After class, she talked to us and told us jokes. We really felt free to ask questions and Mrs. Pathak would give the answers. If she did not know — there had been some occasions (场合) — she would say so. We all then tried to find out the answers. Whoever came up with the answer was appreciated and given the due credit (应有的称赞). Now I sometimes wonder whether Mrs. Pathak was pretending just to encourage us to explore and find answers by ourselves. 56. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT suitable for describing Mrs. Pathak? A. Tough. B. Humorous. C. Compassionate. D. Careful.

57. The underlined word “punctuality” in the third paragraph probably means _____. A. being on time B. being honest C. being patient D. being clean

58. The underlined word “so” in the last paragraph means that _____. A. the answers were not right


B. she didn’t know the answers C. the answers were correct D. she would give the answers 59. In the author’s opinion, why didn’t Mrs. Pathak give the answers to the questions sometimes? A. Because she didn’t like answering the questions. B. Because she didn’t know the answers to the questions. C. Because she wanted the students to find them out by themselves. D. Because she thought the students knew the answers already. B★ In England, we look forward to our birthdays for 364 days a year! We invite special people to celebrate it with us. The Presents Presents are opened as soon as the children are awake. They can’t wait for the birthday presents later in the day! The Cards Friends and family send birthday cards. Sending birthday cards is a custom (风 俗) that began in England about 100 years ago. The Party The birthday child will have a party to which friends and family are invited. Visitors to the party bring presents for the birthday child. The children play games such as musical chairs and pass the parcel (包裹). The Cake The birthday cake is decorated on a theme (主题). A candle for each year is lit and placed on top and the child blows out the candles making a wish. We don’t put objects inside the cake as stated on many websites. The Bumps (碰撞) It used to be traditional for the birthday child to have the bumps. Friends would hold the child by the legs and under the arms and lift the child up and down bumping


them gently on the ground. The number of bumps given is the age of the child plus one for extra good luck. As this can be dangerous, clapping (拍手) is often done instead. The Sweets Some children do take sweets to school to share with their classmates on their birthdays. 60. In England, the birthday present is opened _____. A. before the child wakes up B. immediately after the child wakes up C. as soon as the child gets up D. during the birthday party 61. If Alice is celebrating her 7th birthday, how many bumps will she be given? A. Six. B. Seven. C. Eight. D. Nine.

62. Which of the following facts about birthdays in England is NOT true? A. All the children will receive birthday cards on their birthdays. B. Clapping is often done for the birthday child. C. Objects meaning good luck are usually placed inside the birthday cake. D. Some children may share sweets with their classmates on their birthdays. 63. What would be the best title for this passage? A. How birthdays are celebrated in the world B. Where to hold an English birthday party C. What to send when invited to a child’s birthday D. How English children celebrate their birthdays C★ ★ Change is a natural part of language development. The words you like to use are probably a little different from those that your grandparents used when they were young. A study carried out by a British company found that the use of e-mail has had a bad influence on the standard (标准) of written English. According to the research, computer users today are too busy to hit the “shift”


buttons on their keyboards — e-mails are often written in lower case, that is to say, with no capital letters (大写字母) for names or the beginning of sentences. Spelling mistakes are generally accepted even in formal e-mails. And nouns are often used as verbs (e.g. Please bookmark this site). With the development of the Internet, e-mail and mobile phone messages, a new language has developed within just a few years — we call it Weblish. The latest Oxford English Dictionary has included many new words showing the changes in our communication culture. While some language experts are concerned (关注的) about the future of English and want to do something, John Simpson, chief editor of the dictionary says, “The standards may be different now but it has certainly encouraged writing and communication, which means a faster development of language change. There are a large number of words that either come from the Internet or have been given new meanings by the Internet.” 64. According to the research, people often write e-mails in lower case to _____. A. save time C. make fun B. show kindness D. be different

65. The second paragraph mainly tells us _____. A. the mistakes found in English e-mails B. the side effects of the use of e-mail C. the changes in English used in e-mails D. the reason why people use e-mails 66. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Spelling mistakes are not allowed in today’s e-mails. B. The Internet develops new words as well as new meanings to some old words. C. Weblish is only used in e-mails. D. We cannot find Weblish in a dictionary at present. 67. According to the passage, John Simpson probably agrees that _____. A. the use of e-mail stops the development of language


B. mistakes in e-mails are very important to English C. everyone should learn to write e-mails in Weblish D. the Internet has brought great changes to English D★ ★ When two people work together or help one another, they are partners. Sometimes two creatures that are very different from one another can be partners, too. The African honey guide (响蜜) is a small bird that feeds largely on beeswax (蜂 蜡). Although it cannot get beeswax from the beehive (蜂巢) directly, it has a strange partner — the ratel (蜜獾), which is a small unpleasant-looking animal that lives in Africa and Asia. The ratel’s favourite food is honey. With its sharp teeth and long claws, the ratel can break open beehives. The honey guide and the ratel work together. The honey guide first flies around until it finds a beehive. Then it calls out its partner to follow. The honey guide leads the ratel to the hive by flying ahead of it. From time to time, the honey guide waits on a branch for the ratel to catch up. Both animals know their parts from birth. When the two partners reach the hive, the honey guide waits patiently in a tree. The ratel breaks open the beehive. It will reward (奖赏) itself by eating the honey and leave the beeswax for the honey guide. If a honey guide cannot find a ratel, it will fly to the nearest human being and lead the person to the beehive. Knowing that the reward will be the honey, the person willingly follows and plays the parts of the ratel. the passage? A. Teamwork between different creatures. B. The best way to get to the beehive. C. The relationship between animals and man. D. How animals share their food. 69. By saying “Both animals know their parts from birth”, the author means t he animals _____. 68. What is the main topic of


A. know each other since they were born B. have the ability to find the beehive C. know how to share their food equally D. are born to know how to work together 70. We can infer that the honey guide gets its name because it _____. A. loves honey more than anything else B. can lead a ratel or a person to the beehive C. usually lives near the beehive D. is able to follow the bees to the beehive 71. The best title for the passage would be _____. A. Honey and beeswax C. Working together works B. Beehives in danger D. A helpful animal E★ ★ It’s a too long story — 17 months to be exact — with an ending that’s short and sweet. Ruthie has, finally and happily, been reunited with her family. The story goes back to October, 2005. Ruthie, 8 months old, was sitting on the back seat of the family car when her owner walked hurriedly into a Long Island store. When Nancy Noel returned a few minutes later, Ruthie was nowhere in sight. Nancy Noel and her husband, Lincoln Werden, got in touch with Nassau County police, put up flyers ( 小传单 ) around their Manhasset neighborhood. But no sightings of Ruthie were reported. Until last week, that is, someone sent Ruthie to a Manhattan shelter after finding her walking slowly around the Bronx — 25 miles from where she was taken on that fateful October day. And then, shelter workers searched Ruthie for a possible microchip (微芯片) — she had one fixed under her skin. It showed her family’s name and address. Ruthie was immediately reunited with Nancy Noel and her daughter, Sara Werden. “We never thought we would see her again,” said Sara Werden. “We were just amazed.” She’s no longer the tiny pup they last saw. In fact, Ruthie gained (增加) 10


pounds during her months away from home. She’s on a diet now, and has already lost one and a half pounds. Ruthie also has a new friend to play with. The family had got another dog, named Holly, after losing the hope of ever finding their beloved Ruthie. 72. According to the passage, when did Ruthie get together with her family? A. In October 2005. B. In March 2006. C. In Feburary 2007. D. In March 2007. 73. According to the passage, Ruthie should be _____. A. a pet dog that Nancy Noel raised B. one of Nancy Noel’s daughters C. one of Holly’s sisters D. a police working for Nancy Noel 74. Which of the following shows the right time order according to the passage? a. Ruthie was sent to a shelter. b. Ruthie stayed outside a Long Island store. c. Ruthie was fixed a microchip. d. Ruthie reunited with her family. e. Shelter workers found Ruthie’s address. A. baecd B. caebdC. bedacD. cbaed

75. Which of the following can be inferred according to the passage? A. Ruthie was stolen by a thief. B. Ruthie had enough food during the days when she was lost. C. Nancy Noel lost the hope of finding Ruthie. D. Ruthie had to put on weight after she was found again. 第一节:短文改错(共 10 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 10 分) It is over about 3 years now since I began studying English. 76. ______________ At first I found it very difficult. I couldn’t get most of sounds right, 77. ___________ spell words correctly and remember the rules of the grammar. 78. ______________

With the help of my English teacher and classmates, I have made 79. _____________


many progress. Now I am getting on well with my English study. 80. _____________ Three years’ study have taught me that one can’t learn English _____________ well without work hard. We should do more listening and speaking 82. ____________ both in and out of the class. At the same time, we must pay enough 83. ____________ attention to reading as well as writing. Only on this way can we 84. _____________ get the best result in the short possible time. 第二节:书面表达(满分 25 分) 假如你是某校高一学生,今天,你们班的学生召开了讨论会,讨论好老师的标 准。请你根据下面提示写一篇短文介绍讨论情况。词数:100 左右。 提示: 1. 大家公认受欢迎老师的特征; 2. 你最喜欢的老师类型。 85. ______________ 81.

新课标人教版高中英语必修一 unit 2 测试题
参考答案: 1-5 BACAA 11-15 AABAB 21-25 ACCBD 31-35 DBCBA 6-10 CBABB 16-20 ACBBC 26-30 BCDDA 36-40 DCBDA

41-45 CADCB 46-50 ADBAC 51-55 DBCAD 61-65 DCACD 71-75 CAABD 76. other 前加 the 或 other → one 77. felt → heard 78. and → to 或 look → looked

56-60 ACBAB 66-70 CDBAC

79. 去掉 were 81. So → But what

80. √ 82. decide → decided 83. in → at 84. that →

85. graduated 后加 from

One possible version: Dear Dad and Mom, Thanks for your care. Everything is OK here. I’d like to tell you something about American high school. Firstly, the school year in many American high schools is divided into fall semester and spring semester. Secondly, basic knowledge is taught in all high schools. What’s more, students can learn all kinds of technology by receiving professional instructions. Thirdly, students can also learn knowledge by themselves on computer. They can get much information by surfing different websites. Fourthly, most students take part in after-school activities of which prom is the most important because it’s full of enjoyment for the enthusiastic teenagers, but some of students are embarrassed because of having no good partners. And at last, students can get a diploma if they pass the standard test. I’m looking forward to your letter. Yours, Li Hua


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