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外研版(2019)高中英语选择性必修第一册Unit1单元测试卷(时间:120分钟 满分:150分)第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)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。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。1.Whatisthewomanworriedabout?A.Herage.B.Herlooks.C.Herjob.2.Wherearethespeakers?A.Inarestaurant.B.Inahospital.C.Inahotel.3.Whatarethespeakerstalkingabout?A.Theirneighborhood.B.Theirlife.C.Theirwork.4.Whatisthemandoing?A.Welcomingthepassengersontheflight.B.Wishingthepassengersahappytravel.C.Givingawarningmessagetothepassengers.5.Whatkindoftransportationdoesthemanprefer?A.Privatevehicle.B.Taxi.C.Subway.第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。6.Whoisinthehospital?A.Theman’sfriend.B.Theman’sfather.第114页共114页,C.Thewoman’smother.7.Whenwillthemangotothehospital?A.Rightaway.B.Rightafterdinner.C.Afterclasstomorrow.听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8.Whatdidthewomanexpectthemantodo?A.Towritetoher.B.Tosendagifttoher.C.Tomisshereveryday.9.Howwillthemankeepintouchwiththewoman?A.Payingavisit.B.Makingcalls.C.Sendinge-mails.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.Whatwillthewomandointheevening?A.Readbooks.B.Singsongs.C.Tellstories.11.Whatwillthemandothissummer?A.Workatthestore.B.Gotocamp.C.Gotothemountains.12.Howmanytimeshavethemangonecamping?A.2.B.9.C.4.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.Whatisthespeakertalkingabout?A.Howtobuildahealthyrelationship.B.Howtoreadothers’mind.C.Howtodevelopyourlisteningskills.14.Howmanysuggestionsarereferredto?A.Two.B.Three.C.Four.15.Whatisn’treferredtointhepassage?第114页共114页,A.Speakup.B.Appreciateeachother.C.Listenintently.16.Whichisimpolitewhenmakingaconversation?A.Letothersfinishtheirthoughts.B.Reflectwhenothersarespeaking.C.Holdinthethingsthatbotheryou.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Wherearethespeakers?A.Inanentertainmentcentre.B.Inthewoman’sroom.C.Intheman’sroom.18.Whydidthewomanobtainastudentcreditcard?A.Toestablishagoodcreditrating.B.Tobuythingsatadiscount.C.Tostopborrowingfromherparents.19.Whataretheinterestratesonstudentcards?A.Reasonable.B.Low.C.High.20.Whatisthemangoingtodoforthewoman?A.Helpherfindabetterpayingjob.B.Applyforalow-intereststudentcreditcardforher.C.Teachherhowtosolveherfinancialproblem.第二部分 阅读(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出最佳选项。AJoshMorrison,17,dreamedofraising$100,000tobuildahomeforalow-incomefamily.Afteryearsofhardwork,hisdreamhascometrue.Thehouseisnowintheearlystagesofbuilding.Sixyearsago,JoshandhisdadwentintoaHabitatforHumanityRestore,ahomeimprovementstoreanddonationcenterrunbythenonprofitorganization.Theyweretheretobuyasink.Josh,then11,alsonoticedacollectionofpennies.“Iinstantlyfelttheurgetohelpoutwiththat,”hesaid.Joshsetafundraisingdeadlineoffour第114页共114页,years.Manypeopledoubtedwhetherhecouldreachhisgoalof$100,000,butitdidn’tshakehisfaith.Heraisedmoneyathisschoolandothernearbyschools.Hecollectedmoneyfromneighbours,gotpublicityfromlocalnewspapers,andplacedcansinstoressothatpeoplecoulddonateextrachange.Josh’sfundraisingeffortsbegantoproduceresults.Still,therewerechallenges.Fourmonthsbeforehisdeadline,hewas$30,000short.HedecidedtoholdFamilyFunFairandSpaghettiDinnerinUxbridge,whichisintheprovinceofOntario.Theeventraised$19,000.“Ididn’tcarehowlongittookme,”Joshsaid.“Iwouldraise$100,000.”Withthreeweeksleft,acompanycalledJosh’shouse,offeringtodonate$18,000.Eventually,Joshreachedatotalof$134,000beforethedeadline.“Themomentumjustkeptgoing,andwedecidedtodomore,”hesaid.“Josh’sPennyHouse”isbeingbuiltbyHabitatforHumanityinthecityofOshawa,alongwith24newtownhouses.Joshhashelpedwithsomeoftheconstruction,ashaveothervolunteers.Hewillchoosethefamilythatmovesintotheunit. Nextyear,the17-year-oldwillheadtocollegeinBritishColumbia,Canada’swesternmostprovince.Asa11-year-oldkidwhenstartingfundraising,Joshwasabletosendapowerfulmessageacrosstheworld.Nomatterhowoldyouare,ifyouhaveadreamandarewillingtodoanythingtoachieveit,itcancometrue.21.WhichwordcanbestdescribeJoshMorrisoninParagraph2?A.Cautious.B.Straightforward.C.Open-minded.D.Determined.22.WhyweretheFamilyFunFairandSpaghettiDinnereventheldinUxbridge?A.Toattainhisgoal.B.Tocallformoreattention.C.Towinapprovalfromthelocals.D.Tofindsponsorsforafamily.23.WhatdoestheunderlinedsentenceinPara.4mean?A.Hereceivedcontinuousdonations.B.Hisprojectbecamemorepopular.C.Hegotmoresupportfromhisfamily.D.Theresultwasbeyondexpectations.24.Whatcanbethebesttitleforthetext?A.KindnessfromaCompany第114页共114页,B.ThePennyHouseDreamC.AnAstonishingFundraiserD.ABoywithaWarmHeartBWhenpeoplemaketraveldecisionsregardingdestinations,recreationusuallysitsatthetopofthemostconsideredfactors.Butinrecentyears,witharisingawarenessofhealth,travelersarebeginningtoupgradetheirexpectations.WehaveselectedseveralplacesaroundChinathathaveaperfectcombinationofrecreationandhealth,incasethatiswhatyouhaveinmindforyournextholiday.BeijingOlympicParkLocatedatthenorthendoftheBeijingcentralaxisline,BeijingOlympicParkwitnessedthegloryofthe2008BeijingOlympics.ApartfromvisitingtherenownedBird’sNestandWaterCube,youcantrysomeleisureandsportsactivities.WanlongSkiResort,NorthChina’sHebeiProvinceWanlongSkiResortinShijiazhuangCityisnicknamed“heavenforskilovers”.The2022WinterOlympicswillbeheldhere,whichwillboostskidevelopmentandtourismactivitiesinHebeiProvince.Ifyouhappentobeaskiingfan,trytheprofessionaltrailshere!QingdaoOlympicSailingCenter,EastChina’sShandongProvinceTheOlympicsailingcenterhasbecomeanewlandmarkinQingdao,acoastalcityinEastChina’sShandongProvince.Itwasahostvenueofthesailinggamesforthe29thOlympicsin2008andthe13thParalymicGames.YoucouldvisitthematchvenueandenjoyacruisearoundQingdao.Shapotou,NorthwestChina’sNingxiaHuiAutonomousRegionShapotousceniczoneinNorthwestChina’sNingxiaHuiAutonomousRegionisatransitionzonebetweengrasslandanddeserts.Apartfromitsuniquenaturallandscape,ShapotouoffersasportsprogramlikesandskiingandraftingacrosstheYellowRiver.WulongKarstRegioninChongqingWulongisabout130kilometersfromdowntownChongqing.The2,900-square-kilometerdistrictboastskarsts,caves,forests,springsandprimitivewilderness.UNESCOnamedWulong’skarstsasaWorldNaturalHeritagein2007.Sportsoptionshereincludemountainclimbingandhiking.25.Whatisthetextmainlyabout?第114页共114页,A.Thepopulardestinationstogoforaholiday.B.Theexplanationfortheemergenceofsportstourism.C.Introducingthefeaturesofsomesportstravelingdestinations.D.Recommendingsomeplaceswithsportsfeaturestogoforaholiday.26.Ifyouwanttoexperiencethebeautifulsceneryandsandskiing,youcangoto   . A.ShapotouB.WanlongSkiResortC.WulongKarstRegionD.QingdaoOlympicSailingCenter27.What’stheuniquefeatureofWulongKarstRegioninChongqing?A.Ithasgrasslandanddeserts.B.Touristscanenjoysportsactivitiesthere.C.ItwasnamedasaWorldNaturalHeritage.D.PeoplecandoraftinginWulongKarstRegion.CWho’sincontrolofyourlife?Who’spullingyourstrings?Forthemajorityofus,it’sotherpeople—society,colleagues,friends,familyorourcommunity.Welearnedthiswayofoperatingwhenwewereveryyoung,ofcourse.Wewerebrainwashed.Wediscoveredthatfeelingimportantandfeelingacceptedwasaniceexperienceandsowelearnedtodoeverythingwecouldtomakeotherpeoplelikeus.AsOscarWildeputsit,“Mostpeopleareotherpeople.Theirthoughtsaresomeoneelse’sopinions,theirlivesamimicry,theirpassionsaquotation.”Sowhenpeopletellushowwonderfulweare,itmakesusfeelgood.Welongforthisgoodfeelinglikeadrug—weareaddictedtoitandseekitoutwhereverwecan.Therefore,wearesoeagerfortheapprovalofothersthatweliveunhappyandlimitedlives,failingtodothethingswereallywantto.Justasdrugaddictsandalcoholicsliveworseninglivestokeepgettingtheirfixweworsenourownexistencetogetourownconstantfixofapproval.But,justaswithanydrug,thereisapricetopay.Thepriceoftheapprovaldrugisfreedom—thefreedomtobeourselves.Thetruthisthatwecannotcontrolwhatotherpeoplethink.Peoplehavetheirownagenda,andtheycomewiththeirownbaggageand,intheend,they’remoreinterestedinthemselvesthaninyou.Furthermore,ifwetrytolivebytheopinionsofothers,wewillbuildourlifeonsinkingsand.Everyonehasa第114页共114页,differentwayofthinking,andpeoplechangetheiropinionsallthetime.Thepersonwhotriestopleaseeveryonewillonlyendupgettingtiredandprobablypleasingnooneintheprocess.Sohowcanwetakebackcontrol?Ithinkthere’sonlyoneway—makeaconsciousdecisiontostopcaringwhatotherpeoplethink.Weshouldguideourselvesbymeansofasetofvalues—notvaluesimposedfromtheoutsidebyothers,butinnatevalueswhichcomefromwithin.Ifwearedrivenbythesevaluesandnotbythechangingopinionsandvaluesystemsofothers,wewillliveamoreauthentic,effective,purposefulandhappylife.28.Itcanbeconcludedfromthepassagethat   . A.it’sbettertofollowothers’opinionsB.it’simportanttoacceptothers’commentsC.weshouldn’tchangeourowndecisionD.weshouldn’tcaretoomuchwhatothersthink29.Theauthortriestopersuadethereaderstoaccepthisargumentsmainlyby   . A.discussingquestionsB.makingsuggestionsC.analyzingcausesandeffectsD.providingexamplesandfacts30.WhatOscarWildesaysimpliesthat   . A.mostpeoplehaveavarietyofthoughtsB.wehavethoughtssimilartothoseofothersC.otherpeople’sthoughtsaremoreimportantD.mostpeople’sthoughtsareaffectedbyothers31.Whatdoestheauthortrytoargueinthethirdparagraph?A.Thepriceoftakingthedrugisfreedom.B.Wemayloseourselvestowintheapprovalofothers.C.Weneedtopayforwhatwewanttoget.D.Changingopinionsmaycostusourfreedom.DThinkbacktowhenyouwereinaclassroom,andtheteachersetadifficultproblem.Whichofthetwofollowinganswersisclosertothewayyoureacted?A:Ohno,thisistoohardforme.I’mnotevengoingtoseriouslytry.第114页共114页,B:Ah,thisisquitedifficultbutIliketopushmyself.EvenifIdon’tgettheanswerright,maybeI’lllearnsomethingintheattempt.ThepsychologistCarolDweckofStanfordUniversitygaveagroupofchildrenproblemsthatwereslightlytoohard.Onegroupreactedpositively,saidtheylovedchallengeandunderstoodthattheirabilitiescouldbedeveloped.Shesaystheyhada“growthmindset”.Butanothergroupfeltthattheirintelligencewasbeingjudgedandtheyhadfailed.Theyhada“fixedmindset”andwereunabletoimagineimproving.ProfessorDweckbelievesthat,foryears,childrenhavebeenpraisedfortheirintelligenceortalent,butthismakesthemsensitivetofailure.Theywanttopleasebygettinghighgrades,withoutinterestinlearning.Thesolutionistopraisetheprocessthatchildrenareengagedin:makinganeffort,usinglearningmethodsandimproving.Thiswaytheywillbecomebetterandachievemore.Psychologistshavebeentestingthesetheories.Studentsweretaughtthatiftheylefttheircomfortzoneandlearnedsomethingnewanddifficult,theywillbemoreintelligent.Thesestudentsmadefasterprogressthanacontrolgroup.Inanotherstudy,unsuccessfulschoolchildrenwereusinggrowthmindsettechniquesforayear.Theresultswereastonishing.Theycametopinaregionaltest,beatingchildrenfrommuchmoreadvancedbackground.Thesechildrenhadpreviouslyfeltthatmakinganeffortwasasignofbeingstupid,buttheycametoseeitasthekeytolearning.So,backtoouroriginalquestion.IfyouansweredB,welldone—youalreadyhaveagrowthmindset.IfA,don’tworry;everyoneiscapableofbecomingbetterwithalittleeffortandself-awareness.32.Whatmakesthestudentswithfixedmindsetfail?A.Lackingimagination.B.Negativeattitudes.C.Poorjudgment.D.Lowintelligence.33.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“it”inthelastbutoneparagraphreferto?A.Makinganeffort.B.Theregionaltest.C.Thebackground.D.Thecomfortzone.34.Whatisthepurposeoftheauthormentioningthetwoanswersatthebeginning?A.Togiveanexample.B.Toteachhowtoreact.第114页共114页,C.Todrawaconclusion.D.Tointroducethetopic.35.WhichaspectshouldbepraisedaccordingtoProfessorDweck?A.Talent.B.Highgrades.C.Hard-working.D.Achievement.第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。Itisanoldexpressionaboutsomepeoplewhoarehighlymotivatedaboutworkinitselfwiththeoppositeviewofsomeonewhoworkstolive. 36 Butansweringithonestlyandaccuratelyiscriticaltomakingintelligentcareerchoices,andtoyourultimatehappinessinlife.Unfortunately,manypeoplelacktheself-knowledgeandrealisticexpectationsnecessarytoaddressthisvitalissueproperly. Certainpeople,itissaid,livetowork.Theirlivescenterontheirworkorcareersandthatachievementintheirprofessionsisamajorsourceofsatisfactionandmeaningintheirlives. 37 Insomecases,achievinghugelevelsofpayisconsideredmoreasameansofprovingyourworththanitisforthemoneyitself. Bycontrast,otherpeopleworktolive.Thesepeopleviewtheirworkorcareerslargelyastoilwhosepurposeistoearnthemoneynecessarytosupportthemselvesandtheirdependents.Theirrealinterestslieelsewhere. 38 Someofthesepeopletrytocutcorners,togainthemaximumpayfortheminimumamountofeffort.Othersdoindeedtakegreatprideintheirworkandputgreateffortintodoingtheirjobswell,buttheirjobssimplyarenotthecentersoftheirlives.  39 Examplesaboundinindividualswholosetheirnativepassionforworkbecausetheycannotfindanadequatepositionorpayintheirpreferredfieldsofendeavor.Whentheysettleforjobsinotherfields,theyoftendosostrictlyforbenefits,suchascompensation(补偿). 40  A.It’scriticaltounderstandit.B.Moneymaynotbeamotivation.C.Theymaydevelopasameattitude.D.Andtheirworkorcareersareonlymeanstoanend,notanendinitself.E.Thereisnorightorwronganswertothequestionofwhichattitudeisbetter.第114页共114页,F.Theanswerforagivenindividualmaydifferbasedonhisorhercircumstances.G.Manyindividualsusedtoworktolivebutafterachangeofcareerstartlivingtowork.第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Iwasteachingcreativewritingatahighschool,whenMickygavemeanotefromhismother.It 41 hisabsencefromclassthedaybefore. IhadseenMickyhimselfwritingthenote.Mostparental-excusenotesIreceivedwerepennedbymy 42 .Theforged(伪造的)excusenotesmadealargepile,withwritingthatrangedfromimaginativetocrazy.The 43 didn’trealizehonestexcusenoteswereusually 44 . Thestudentsalwaysmorebrilliantwhenthey 45 excusenotesratherthanonanysubject.“Theexcusenotesare 46 tobewrittenbyparents,butactuallytheyarenot.True,Micky?”Thestudentslookedatme 47 . Therewillbethefirstclasstostudythe 48 oftheexcusenotes.Everyonesmiled.“Usedyour 49 totrybest.” 50 wentdown.Pensraced 51 paper.ForthefirsttimeeverIsawstudentsso 52 intheirwriting. Thenextdayeveryonehadexcusenotes.Heateddiscussionsfollowed.Theheadmasterenteredtheclassroomandwalked 53 ,lookingatpapers,andthenaskedmetohisoffice.Myheart 54 . He 55 myhand,“Yourjobwasgreat.Thosekidswerewritingonthecollegelevel.Thankyou.” 41.A.explainedB.describedC.introducedD.announced42.A.parentsB.studentsC.teachersD.partners43.A.editorsB.readersC.writersD.speakers44.A.trueB.falseC.easyD.dull45.A.producedB.considered第114页共114页,C.imaginedD.delivered46.A.designedB.collectedC.supposedD.improved47.A.eagerlyB.nervouslyC.excitedlyD.coldly48.A.formB.difficultyC.meaningD.art49.A.devotionB.imaginationC.concentrationD.information50.A.HandsB.EyesC.HeadsD.Ears51.A.acrossB.withC.againstD.behind52.A.curiousB.carefulC.casualD.calm53.A.dayandnightB.inandoutC.nowandthenD.upanddown54.A.sankB.roseC.flewD.hurt55.A.watchedB.taughtC.shookD.caught第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。Studentshaveresponsibilitytolearnwellandpaymoreattentiontolearning.Ifalongreadingassignment(任务)isgiven,56.     (instruct)expectstudentstobefamiliar57.     informationinthereadingeveniftheydonotdiscussitinclassortakeanexamination. Theidealstudent58.     (consider)tobeonewhoismotivatedtolearnforthesakeoflearning,nottheoneinterestedonlyingettinghigh59.(grade).Sometimeshomeworkisreturnedwithbrief60.(write)commentsbutwithoutagrade.Evenifagradeisnotgiven,thestudentisresponsibleforlearningthematerialdistributed. 第114页共114页,Whenresearchisdistributed,theprofessorexpectsthestudenttotakeit61.     (active)andtocompleteitwithminimumguidance.Itisthestudents’responsibilitytofindbooksinthelibrary.Professorsdonothavethetime62.     (explain)howauniversitylibraryworks.Professorswillhelpstudents63.needthem,butpreferthattheirstudentsshouldnotbetoodependentonthem.IntheUnitedStates,professorshavemanyotherdutiesbesides64.     (teach),suchasregulativeorresearchwork.Therefore,thetimethataprofessorcanspendwithastudentoutsideofclassislimited.Ifastudenthasproblemswithclassroomwork,thestudentshouldeitherapproachaprofessorduringofficehours65.     makeanappointment. 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节(满分15分)假如你是李华,你校英语俱乐部将于下周六下午3:00在二楼报告大厅举办舞会(prom)。你是服务志愿者,但因故不能按时参加,请你用英语给组织者MrWhite写一封道歉信,内容包括:1.表示歉意;2.解释原因;3.已将志愿者工作安排他人完成。注意:1.词数80左右;2.可以适当增加内容,以使行文连贯。DearMrWhite,I’mLiHua,avolunteeroftheEnglishClub.Yourssincerely,LiHua第二节(满分25分)第114页共114页,阅读下面材料,根据其内容和所给段落开头语续写两段,使之构成一篇完整的短文。续写的词数应为150左右。LastsummerwhenmyfamilywasroadtrippingtoMontanawearrivedinGreatFallslateonenight.Thekidshadfallenasleepinthecar,somyhusbandwentandcheckedinwhileIstayedwiththekids.Whenhereturnedwiththeroomkeys,wewokeupourchildrenandtookthemoutofthecar,throughthehotel,uptheelevatorsandintoourguestroom.Wekepttheroomdark,leavingonlytheentrylighton,andquicklyputthekidsintobedhopingthey’ddriftbacktosleep.Myhusbandwenttoputourwatersinthemini-fridgeonlytonoticesomebeers.“That’sstrange”,hesaidandIagreed,buthavingdiscoveredleft-behinddrinksinhotelfridgesinthepast,Ididn’tthinkmuchaboutit.Ifiguredthehousekeepershadforgottentocheckit.Inthemeantime,myhusbandrantothestoreandIwentintothebathroomtogetreadyforbed.AsIwashedmyface,Ilookeddowntoseecardboardbeercontainersinthetrash.Ifeltmyheartbegintopound.Wewereinsomeoneelse’sroom!Nowpanicked,Icheckedthecloset.Nothing.Ithenwenttothedresserdrawers.Nothing.Myeyesscannedthedoorroom’sfloorandthereitwas:Ablackbagthatlookedlikeoneofours.Butitwasn’t!Iimmediatelycalledthefrontdeskandthewaitressinchargerespondedwithan“Oh,myGod!Thisisnotgood!”Bynowthekidswerewide-awake,jumpingonthebedsasIwastryingtoputallofourthingsbackintoouroversizedsuitcase.Justwhilewewerepackingourthings,Iheardsomeonewasunlockingthedoor,whichmademyheartbeatingwildly.Paragraph1:Thedooropenedandincameayoungman.Paragraph2:第114页共114页,Ididn’tknowhowtodealwiththematterbutluckilythecleaningladyarrivedoutofbreath.参考答案【听力】M:Whatareyoudoing?W:Lookatme.Ilooksoold!IlookasifIwerethirty.M:Comeon!Stopbeingsovain.Youlookgreat!Youarebeautiful!1.BW:Goodafternoon.CanIhelpyou,sir?M:Well,ImadeareservationlastweekforthisAmericancouplebythenameofBenjamin.Heretheyare.W:Aminute,please.Benjamin...Oh,yes,hereitis.Onedouble-roomforawholeweek.Hereistheregistrationcard.2.C第114页共114页,W:Hello,youmustbenewintown.Ididn’tseeyouintheneighbourhood.M:Yes,Ididjustmovein.W:Howdoyoulikeithere?M:Therearemanyopportunitiesforpeople.Iknowmylifewillbebetterhere.1.AM:Goodevening,thisisyourpilotonceagain.Wewillbeenteringaperiodofturbulenceinaboutfiveminutes,soIwouldaskyoutoreturntoyourseatsandfastenyourseatbelts.W:John,bequicktocomebackandsitdown.2.CM:Ineedataxi,please.W:Wehavevarioustransportationservices.Wouldyoupreferaprivatevehicle?M:No,thanks.Ataxiisjustfine.AndI’dliketobepickedupassoonaspossible.W:Isee.Ataxiwillbehereshortly,sir.3.BW:Jared,Ijustheardaboutyourfather.Howishedoing?Didhegetahighfeverorheartattack?M:He’sinthehospitalresting.Thedoctorsdidn’tgiveaclearansweryet.W:I’msosorrytohearthat.Butthisisagoodhospital.I’msuretheywilldowhatevertheycan.M:Ihopeso.W:Youmustfeelreallyworriedrightnow.Butyouknowyourdadisafighter.M:Yeah.Ithinkmymomisthemostworried.I’mbasicallyworriedabouthowsheisdoing.W:Whereissherightnow?M:She’sinthehospitalwithmydad.Ihavetogobacktonight.W:Hey,I’llgowithyou.M:Youdon’thaveto.W:It’sreallynoproblem.M:OK.Let’sgorightafterdinner.4.B5.BW:Iheardyou’removingtoNewYork.第114页共114页,M:Yes.I’vegotanofferinupstateNewYork.W:Oh,that’sgreat!ButI’mgoingtomissyou.M:Me,too.Let’skeepintouch.W:Yeah.Don’tforgettodropmealinewhenyousettledown.M:Trustme,Iwon’t.I’llkeepyouposted.W:Youhavemyaddress?M:Well,Ihaveyoure-mailaddress.W:Allright!Ilookforwardtohearingfromyousoon.Goodluck!1.A2.CM:WhatareyougoingtodoafteryoureturnfromWashington?W:I’mgoingtostayinthecity.M:Whatwillyoudoallday?W:I’mgoingtoworkwithmyfatheratthestore.Intheevening,I’llreadbooks.Onweekends,I’llgotothebeachwithmyfamily.M:Haveyoueverworked?W:No,butIcanlearn.Whatareyougoingtodothissummer?M:I’mgoingtocamp.I’vegonetocampforfoursummers.W:I’venevergonetocamp.Whatdoyoudothere?M:Wedomanythings.Inthemorning,wegoswimmingandboating.Intheafternoon,weplaybasketballortennis.Wesitaroundacampfireatnight.Wesingortellstories.W:Thatsoundswonderful.M:Itiswonderful.What’sJohngoingtodothissummer?W:Ithinkhe’sgoingtothemountainswithhisparents.M:Well,solong,Mary.Havefun.3.A4.B5.CHealthyrelationshipsallowyoutoexpressyourindividuality,bringoutthebestinbothofyou,andencouragegrowth.Especiallyifyouareinanewrelationship,it’sbesttosetafoundationforapositiveandhealthyrelationshipfromthestart.Therearetwopiecesofadviceonit.第114页共114页,Thefirstone,speakup.Don’texpectyourpartnertobeabletoreadyourmindor“figureitout.”Ifyouhaveaneedorwanttoexpresssomething,youneedtocommunicateityourself.It’snotfairtoyouoryourpartnerwhenyoudon’tcommunicateyourneeds.Likewise,don’tholdinthethingsthatbotheryou.Ifyoudon’tknowhowtostartaconversation,say,“There’ssomethingonmymindandI’dlikeitifyoulistened.”Youcanalsosay,“SomethingisbotheringmeandIfeellikeweshouldtalkaboutit.”Thesecondone,listenintently.Partofahealthyrelationshipisknowingwhentotalkandwhentolisten.Developyourlisteningskillsbynotinterruptingandlettingyourpartnerfinishtheirthoughtsandfeelings.Trulylisten,anddon’ttrytocomeupwitharesponsewhileyourpartneristalking.Useactivelisteningskillsbyreflectingthecontentandemotionsofwhatyourpartnerissaying.1.A2.A3.B4.CM:Hi,Susan.Wow!Wheredidyougetallofthisstuff?W:Iboughtit.AndthewidescreenTV...andmynewDVDplayer.Here,letmeshowyoumystereo.Youcanreallyrockthehousewiththisone.M:Butwheredidyougetthemoneytobuyallthese?Youdidn’tborrowmoneyfromMomandDadagain,didyou?W:Ofcoursenot.Igotitwithmystudentcreditcard.M:Astudentcreditcard?Howintheworlddidyougetoneofthese?W:Igotanapplicationinthemail.Timesarechanging,andhavingacreditcardhelpsyoubuildacreditrating,controlspending,andevenbuythingsthatyoucan’tpaywithcash...M:Idon’twanttohearit.Itsoundsyou’vespentyourselfinahole.Anyway,studentcreditcardsjustleadtoimpulsespending...asIcanseehere.Andtheinterestratesofstudentcreditcardsareusuallysky-high,andifyoumissapayment,therates,well,justjump!Let’ssitdownandtalkabouthowyou’regoingtopaythingsback,andmaybewecancomeupwithabudgetthatwillhelpyougetoutofthismess.That’stheleastIcando.5.B第114页共114页,1.A2.C3.C【阅读】21-24DAAB25-27DAC28-31DCDB32-35BADC【七选五】36~40EBDFG【完型】41-45ABCDA46-50CBDBC51-55ABDAC【语法填空】56.instructors57.with58.isconsidered59.grades60.written61.actively62.toexplain63.who/that64.teaching65.or【应用文】DearMrWhite, IamLiHua,avolunteeroftheEnglishclub.I’mwritingthislettertoexpressmysincereapologytoyouforbeingabsentfromthepromtobeheldnextSaturday.NowIgiveyoumyexplanation. ThereasonwhyIcan’ttakepartinthepromisthatIsuddenlyfallill.Myparentssentmetohospital,andIhavetostaythereforaweek.Therefore,Ican’tattendthe第114页共114页,prom.Asformyvolunteerwork,IhaveappointedmyclassmateTomtoserveasavolunteer.Isincerelyhopethatyoucanconsidermysituationandacceptmyapologies.Yourssincerely, LiHua 【读后续写】Paragraph1:Thedooropenedandincameayoungman.Seeinguspackingourthingsintooursuitcase,hewasshockedandangry.Itriedtoexplainwhathadhappened.However,hewouldn’tlistentome.Hetalkedwithmeinaloudvoice,makingmykidsfrightened.Thekidsbegantocry.Justatthattimemyhusbandreturned,withsomethingsboughtfromthestoreinhishands.Thinkingtheyoungmanwasunfriendly,hestartedtoquarrelwithhim.Paragraph2:Ididn’tknowhowtodealwiththematterbutluckilythecleaningladyarrivedoutofbreath.Watchingthecleaninglady,allofusstoppedtalking.Sheexplainedthathermotherbecamebadlyilllastnight,whichcontributedtoherfault.Afterexplainingthereasontous,thecleaningladyburstintotears.Theyoungman,myhusbandandI,evenmykids,triedtocomfortthecleaninglady.Wesaidsorrytoeachother.Thespecialexperienceinsomeoneelse’sroommademerealizeforgivenessisakindofvirtue.第114页共114页,外研版(2019)高中英语选择性必修第一册Unit2单元测试卷(时间:120分钟 满分:150分)第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)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。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。1.Whatdoesthemanmean?A.Whatthewomanboughtisn’tworthsomuchmoney.B.Whatthewomanboughtisreallyabargain.C.Whatthewomanboughtisvaluable.2.Whatarethetwospeakerslookingforwardto?A.Coolair.B.Rainydays.C.Flowers.3.Whatdoesthewomansuggestthemando?A.Haveatalkwithhisroommate.B.Behonestandsharethegroceries.C.Askhisroommatetomoveout.4.Whendoesthewomanwakeup?A.Atabout6:00.B.At8:00.C.At10:00or11:00.5.Whatsportsdoesthewomanliketowatch?A.Basketball.B.Boxing.C.Football.第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。6.WhenwillthewomanarriveatSanFrancisco?A.AtsixonSundayevening.B.AtsixonSundaymorning.第114页共114页,C.AtsixonSaturdaymorning.7.Howmuchwillthewomanpay?A.$780.B.$260.C.$520.听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8.Howdoesthewomanfeelnow?A.Excited.B.Puzzled.C.Angry.9.Whatdoesthemanthinkofthewoman?A.SheshouldbepatientwithGary.B.ShewillcontinuetogiveGaryadvice.C.Shewilllearnhowtogiveadvice.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.Whatdoesthewomando?A.Sheisateacher.B.Sheisareporter.C.Sheisasportswoman.11.Whatcanthewomanjogaroundsometimes?A.Agolfcourse.B.Alake.C.Thecampus.12.Whatisthebestthingaboutnatureforthewoman?A.Thesounds.B.Theview.C.Thestressrelief.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.Wheredidthespeakerstartteaching?A.London.B.Japan.C.Poland.14.Howoldwerethespeaker’sstudents?A.3.B.4.C.5.15.Whatdidthestudentsdoatthestartofthelesson?A.Laugh.B.Cry.C.Sleep.16.Howdidthespeakertrytofinishthelesson?A.Bysingingasong.B.Bytellingastory.C.Byplayingagame.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。第114页共114页,17.Whatdidthemandowhenhegotseriouslylost?A.Hefoundthewayhimself.B.Hecalledthewoman.C.Heaskedsomeonewherehewas.18.Howdidthemangetlost?A.HeandJosephtookawrongturnsomewhere.B.Hedidn’tknowthetownatall.C.Hehadnosenseofdirection.19.Whoisdrivingthecar?A.Theman.B.Joseph.C.Thewoman.20.Whywasthemannotpayingattentiontotheroad?A.Hewaslisteningtomusic.B.Hewastalkingwithsomeoneonthephone.C.Hewasnotsureofthedriver’sdrivingskills.第二部分 阅读(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出最佳选项。AMywifeLauraandIwereonthebeach,withthreeofourchildren,takingpicturesofshorebirdsnearourhomeinAlaskawhenwespottedabear.Thebearwasthinandsmall,movingaimlessly.Justafewminuteslater,Iheardmydaughtershouting,“Dad!Thebearisrightbehindus!”Anaggressivebearwillusuallyrushforwardtofrightenawayitsenemybutwouldsuddenlystopatthelastminute.Thisonewassilentanditsearspinnedback—thesignofananimalthatisgoinginforthekill.AnditwasacoldAprilday.Thebearbehavedabnormally,probablybecauseofhunger.Iheldmycameratripod(三脚架)inbothhandstoformabarrierasthebearrushedintome.Itshugeheadwaslevelwithmychestandshoulders,andthetripodstuckacrossitsmouth.ItbitdownandIfoundmyselfsupportingitsweight.IknewIwouldnotbeabletoholditforlong.Evenso,thiswasafightIhadtowin:Iwasallthatstoodbetweenthebearandmyfamily,whowouldstandlittlechanceofrunningfasterthanabrownbear.第114页共114页,Thebearhitatthecamera,cuttingitoffthetripod.Iraisedmyleftarmtoprotectmyface;thebeastheldtightlyonthetripodandpresseditintomyside.Myarmcouldnotmove,andIsensedthatmybonesweregoingtobreak.Drawingbackmyfreehand,IstruckthebearashardasIcouldforfivetosixtimes.ThebearopeneditsmouthandIgraspeditsfur,tryingtopushitaway.Iwasactuallywrestling(扭打)withthebearatthispoint.Then,assuddenlyasithadbegun,thefightended.Thebearmovedbacktowardtheforest,beforereturningforanotherattack.ThefirsttimeIfeltpanic.Apparentlysatisfiedthatwecausednofurtherthreat,thebearmovedoff,destroyingafenceasitwent.Myarmwasinjured,buttheoutcomeforuscouldhardlyhavebeenbetter.I’mproudthatmyfamilyremainedclear-headedwhenpaniccouldhaveledtoaverydifferentoutcome.21.Thewholetextismainlyarrangedin   . A.resultandinferenceB.causeandeffectC.spaceorderD.timeorder22.Whendidthebearfinallygoaway?A.Afteritfeltsafe.B.Afteritgotinjured.C.Afteritfoundsomefood.D.Afterittookawaythecamera.23.Thewriterandhisfamilysurvivedmainlyduetotheir   . A.calmnessB.patienceC.prideD.cautiousness24.Whenthebearmovedbacktowardstheforest,howdidthefamilyfeel?A.Excited.B.Threatened.C.Relieved.D.Puzzled.BBook:NoLookingBackAuthor:ShivaniGuptaShivanihadthrownapartyoneeveningandawokethenextmorninginhospitalbecauseofacarcrash.IttookShivaniyearsofpain,struggleanddeterminationtoregaincontrolofherlifeandherbody.Thentragedystruckagain.Asthenewly-marriedShivanidrovetoManaliwithherfamily,atruckcrashedintoher第114页共114页,car.Shivanirefusedtogivein—shewouldn’tletherinjurykeepherfromachievingherambitions.Book:CourageBeyondCompareAuthor:SanjaySharmaThe10sportspersonsinthebookarechampionsindiversefieldslikeathletics,swimmingandbadminton,whohavebroughtglorytothecountry.Theyovercametheirphysicallimitationstoreachthetopoftheirchosenfields.Book:FacetoFaceAuthor:VedMehtaBlindsincetheageoffour,theauthorledalonelychildhoodinIndiauntilhewasacceptedtotheArkansasSchoolfortheBlind,towhichheflewaloneat15.Americaandtheschoolchangedhislife,leadinghimtodegreesatOxfordandHarvardandafruitfulwritingcareer.Book:ThisStarWon’tGoOutAuthor:LoriandWayneEarlDiagnosedwithcancerat12,EstherEarlwasabrightandtalented,butverynormalteenager.Shelivedahope-filledandgenerouslife.Acheerful,positiveandencouragingdaughter,sisterandfriend,Estherdiedin2010,shortlyafterturning16,butnotbeforeinspiringthousandsthroughhergrowingonlinepresence.25.ThebookNoLookingBackmainlytalksabout   . A.asuccessfulauthorwhowasblindduringhischildhoodB.10disabledathleteswhoarechampionsinsportsfieldC.anunluckygirlwhoexperiencedtwocaraccidentsD.aninspiringteenagerwhodiedofcancer26.Inwhichbookdoestheauthortellofhimself?A.CourageBeyondCompare.B.ThisStarWon’tGoOut.C.FacetoFace.D.NoLookingBack.27.Whichwordcanbestdescribethefourbooks?A.Intelligent.B.Passionate.C.Pessimistic.D.Inspiring.C第114页共114页,Itseemsthatyoudon’tthinkaboutyournosegettingtired.Youcansmellgrassafteryourneighborcutsthelawn.Youcansmelldeliciouspizzabakingasyouwalkbythepizzastore.Youcandefinitelysmellthesoursmellofyourbrother’sfeetwhenhetakesoffhissneakersonasweatysummerday.Infact,accordingtoresearchpublishedinNature,yournosecandetectaboutonetrillionsmells!Butyourownunderarmscouldgiveoffunpleasantsmellsandyoumightnotbeabletotell:Humanstendtosufferfromwhatscientistscallolfactoryfatigue(嗅觉疲劳);oursenseofsmelljustgetsplaintiredoutbyfamiliarodorsandstopsdetectingthem.Believeitornot,thatcanactuallybeagoodthing.PamelaDalton,apsychologistattheMonellChemicalSensesCenterinPhiladelphia,explainedtotheWashingtonPostthatwefilteroutthesame-oldsmellstomakeroomfordetectingnew,strangesmells—suchasonesthatmightalertustodanger,likesomethingburning,orsomethinggoodtoeatlikethatpizza.Whenthesesmellsfloatpastus,smellreceptorsinournosesdetecttheirparticularchemicalcomponentsandsendelectricalsignalstothefrontalcortex(皮层)ofourbrains.Andthenwedecideifweneedtorunawayfromfire,orgetclosertowardspizza.Ifyoursenseofsmellwasweakenedbyyourbodyodor—orotherstandardsmells—wemightnotbeabletodetectthemoreimportantodors.Therearewaystoavoidshowinguptoworkgivingsmellyodorslikeaskunk(臭鼬).Onewayistotakeyourshirtoffandsniffthatinsteadofyourskin,recommendsLifehacker.Otherwaystocheckyourownscentistorubyourskin,thensmellyourfingers;checkyourbreathbylickingyourarm,waitingasecond,thensniffingthespot.Orevenquickerandeasier—asksomeonetogiveyouasniff!28.Howmanywaysaresuggestedtoavoidshowinguptoworkwithoutasmellyodor?A.2.B.3.C.4.D.5.29.Whichistherightworkingorderofourbrainwhenmakingadecisionintermsofsmell?①Thesmellfloatspastus.②Smellreceptorssendelectricalsignalstoourbrains.③Smellreceptorsdetecttheparticularchemicalcomponents.④Wedecidewhetherweneedtorunawayorgetcloser.第114页共114页,A.①②③④B.①③②④C.②③①④D.③②①④30.Whydopeopletendtothinktheirnosesnevergettired?A.Thenosesarestrongenough.B.Theyareconfidentinthemselves.C.Thenosecandetectnearlyallsmells.D.Thenosecanfunctionwellinallcases.31.Whydoestheauthorsayoursenseofsmell’sstoppingdetectingfamiliarodorsagoodthing?A.Ithelpsalertustodanger.B.Itprefersnewsmellstooldones.C.Ithelpsoursensebecomestronger.D.Itcanhelpdistinguishmoreimportantsmells.DEnglishisfullofcolourfulphrasestodescribeshyness.Someoneshymightbecalledshrinkingvioletorawallflower,whileforespeciallynervoustypeswehavethecuriousexpression:theywouldn’tsay“boo”toagoose.Noneofthesearetraditionallyseenaspositivedescriptions,evenifyoulikegeese.Inacultureofgo-gettinghighachievers,shypeopledon’tcomefirst.Orthat’swhattheself-helpindustrywouldhaveyoubelieve.Bookshopsarefilledwithvitaltomes(大部头书籍)thatpromisetohelpbeatsocialfearsandfindsuccessinlife,loveandbusiness.Thatiswhyonebook,ShrinkingViolets:AFieldGuidetoShyness,bucksthetrend.ItbecameasuddensuccessacrossEnglish-languagemediarecentlyforitsnewtake-onshyness. AuthorJoeMoransaysthatdespitestrugglingwithshynessandlongingforlonelinessallhislife,beingshycanalsobe“agift”.Freedfromtheconstanturgetoparticipateandcompeteinsocialsituations,peopleareliberatedtolookattheworldinnewways,andgainfreshinsights.Indeed,manyoftheworld’sgreatthinkersandartistsareintroverts(内向的人).ScientistsCharlesDarwinandAlbertEinsteinpreferredtheirowncompany;actressKeiraKnightleyoftenfindsherselftongue-tiedatparties;andHarryPotterauthorJ.K.Rowlingclaimssheusedtobetoonervoustoevenborrowapen.第114页共114页,MorantoldBBCFuture,“Ithinkshynessprobablydoesturnyouintoanamateuranthropologist(人类学家),really—youaremorelikelytobeanobserver.”So,whileextrovertsmakeallthenoise,theydon’tnecessarilyhavethebestideas.Ifyou’reshy,you’veprobablyknownthisforalongtime.Youjustdon’tshoutaboutit.32.Whydidtheauthormentionmanyfamousshypeople?A.Topointouttheharmshynessbrings.B.Todisconnectshynessandsuccess.C.Toshowthereasonsforshyness.D.Toproveshynesscontributestoscience.33.Whatistheauthor’sattitudetowardsshyness?A.Opposed.B.Indifferent.C.Supportive.D.Critical.34.Whensomeoneisbeingcalledawallflower,heisbeing   . A.praisedforhisgraceB.admiredforhischaracterC.laughedatforhisshynessD.toldoffforhisnervousness35.Whatdoestheunderlinedphrase“bucksthetrend”inParagraph2probablymean?A.Goesagainstthetrendandsucceeds.B.Changesthepublicideacompletely.C.Becomesunpopularandunaccepted.D.Becomesthemajorconcernofpeople.第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。Althoughproblemsareapartofourlives,itcertainlydoesn’tmeanthatweletthemruleourlivesforever.Onedayortheother,you’llhavetostandupandsay—problem,Idon’twantyouinmylife. 36 Problemswithfriends,parents,girlfriends,husbands,andchildren—thelistgoeson.Apartfromthese,theinnerconflictswithinourselveswork,too.Thesekeepaddingtoourproblems.Problemscomeindifferentshapesandcoloursandfeelings. 第114页共114页,Butgoodnewsisthatallproblemscanbedealtwith.Nowreadontoknowhowtosolveyourproblems.Talk—itreallyhelps.Whatmostofusthinkisthatourproblemcanbeunderstoodonlybyusandthatnotalkingisgoingtohelp. 37 Talkinghelpsyoumoveonandletgo. Writeyourproblems. 38 Whenyouwritedownyourproblems,youaresettingfreeallthetensionfromyoursystem.Youcantrythrowingawaythepaperonwhichyouwroteyourproblems.Bydoingthis,imagineyourselfthrowingawaytheproblemsfromyourlife. Don’tlosefaithandhope.Nomatterwhatyouloseinlife,don’tlosefaithandhope.Evenifyouloseallyourmoney,family...youshouldstillhavefaith. 39  Yourproblemsaren’ttheworst.Nomatterwhatproblemyougetinlife,thereareanotheronemillionpeoplewhoseproblemsarehugerthanyours. 40 Yourproblemsmightjustseembigandworse,butinrealitytheycanberemoved. Goaboutandsolveyourproblemsbecauseeveryproblem,howeverbigorsmall,alwayshasawayout.A.Butthetruthisthatwhenyoutalkaboutit,you’resettingfreethenegativeenergiesthathavebeengatheringwithinyou.B.Whenwehaveaproblem,apressing,critical,urgent,life-threateningproblem,howdowetryandsolveit?C.Tellyourself:iftheycandealwiththem,whycan’tI?D.Ofcourse,we’vebeenfightingproblemseversincewewereborn.E.Wecanoftenovercometheproblemandachievethegoalbymakingadirectattack.F.Havingapersonaldiarycanalsobeofhugehelpifyoudon’twantarealpersontotalkwith.G.Withfaithandhope,youcanrebuildeverythingthatyoulose.第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。TheTrueStoryofTreasureIsland第114页共114页,ItwasalwaysthoughtthatTreasureIslandwastheproductofRobertLouisStevenson’simagination. 41 ,recentresearchhasfoundthetruestoryofthisexcitingwork. In1881,StevensonreturnedtoScotlandfora 42 withhiswifeFannyandsonLloyd. EachmorningStevensonwouldtakethemoutforalong 43 overthehills.Theyhadbeen 44 thisforseveraldaysbeforetheweathersuddenlyworse.Keptindoorsbytheheavyrain,Lloydfeltthedays 45 .Tokeeptheboyhappy,Robertaskedtheboytodosome 46 . Onemorning,Robert 47 theboycaughtabeautifulmapofanislandwherealargecrossinthemiddleof 48 .“What’sthat?”heasked.“That’stheburiedtreasure,”saidtheboy.Robertsuddenlysawsomethingofanadventurestoryintheboy’s 49 .Then,hesatdownbythefiretowriteastory.Hewouldmakethe 50 atwelve-year-oldboy,justlikeLloyd.Butwhowouldbethepirate(海盗)? Henley,Robert’sfriend,walkedaroundwiththe 51 ofawoodenleg.Roberthadalwayswantedto 52 suchamaninastory. 53 LongJohnSilver,thepiratewasborn. Thankstoa 54 SeptemberinScotland,wehaveoneofthegreatest 55 storiesintheEnglishlanguage. 41.A.HoweverB.ThereforeC.BesidesD.Finally42.A.meetingB.storyC.holidayD.job43.A.talkB.restC.walkD.game44.A.attemptingB.missingC.planningD.enjoying45.A.quietB.dullC.busyD.cold46.A.cleaningB.writingC.drawingD.exercising47.A.doubtedB.noticedC.decidedD.recognized48.A.theseaB.thehouseC.ScotlandD.theisland49.A.bookB.replyC.pictureD.mind50.A.starB.heroC.writerD.child51.A.helpB.problemC.useD.bottom52.A.praiseB.produceC.includeD.accept53.A.YetB.AlsoC.ButD.Thus54.A.rainyB.sunnyC.coolD.windy第114页共114页,55.A.newsB.loveC.real-lifeD.adventure第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。Once,therelivedfourlittlecharacterswhoranthroughamaze(迷宫)56.(look)forcheesetonourishthemandmakethemhappy.Twoweremicenamed“Sniff”and“Scurry”andtwowerelittlepeople—whowereassmallasmicebutlookedandactedalotlikepeopletoday.Theirnameswere“Hem”and“Haw”.Duetotheirsmallsize,itwouldbeeasynot57.(notice)whatthefourofthemweredoing.Butifyoulooked58.     (careful)enough,youcoulddiscover59.     (amazing)thingsyouhaveeverseen! Everyday,themice,SniffandScurry,possessingonlysimplebrains,60.     goodinstincts(本能),searchedforthehardcheesetheyliked,61.miceoftendo. 62.     (fill)withmanybeliefs,thetwolittlepeopleusedtheirbrainstosearchforaverydifferentkindofcheese—withaCapitalC.It63.(believe)thatthiskindofcheesewouldmakethemfeelhappyand64.     (success). Asdifferentasthemiceandlittlepeoplewere,theysharedsomething65.     common.Everymorning,theyeachputontheirrunningshoes,lefttheirlittlehomes,andracedoutintothemazelookingfortheirfavouritecheese. 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节(满分15分)假如你是晨光中学的学生李华,你的美国笔友Peter对你校上周举办的艺术节(ArtFestival)非常感兴趣。请你给他介绍一下艺术节的情况,并邀请他下次来参加。1.时间与地点;2.活动目的;3.活动内容与参加者;4.收获与感想。注意:1.词数:80左右;2.可适当加入细节,使内容充实、行文连贯;DearPeter,第114页共114页,Lookingforwardtoyourreply.Yours,LiHua第二节(满分25分)阅读下面材料,根据其内容和所给段落开头语续写两段,使之构成一篇完整的短文。续写的词数应为150左右。EarlyinthemorningIwenttotheoceanbeachtoplaymyguitar.Theusuallycrowdedbeachwasdesertedexceptfortwopeople.Ononesideoftheboardwalk(木板人行道)wasawomanwhowascleaningthebeachwithabroom;ontheothersidewasalonefiguresittingandstaringatthesea.Ichoseaspotbetweenthemandbegantoplay. AsIplayed,thewomanwiththebroomsweptherwayrightnexttome.Shestoppedsweepingandleanedonherbroom,smilingatme.Sheappearedtobehomelesswithdirtymismatchedclothes.“Yousureplaybeautifulmusic,”shesaid.“Ithinkmyfriendwouldlikeyourmusic.Iwanttohireyoutoplayforher.”Shepointedtothelonefigurestaringoutattheocean,thenproducedafewcoinsfromherpocket.“Idon’thavemuch,andIknowyou’reworthalot,butifIgivethistoyou,willyouplayasongforher?She’sgoingthroughalot.Iknowthemusicwillmakeherfeelbetter.” ItoldherI’dbehappytoplayforfree.Aswewalkedovertoherfriend,theBroomLadytoldmethatherfriendhadnottalkedforweeks.Weapproached,andtheBroomLadyintroducedme,“Annie,Igotyouapresenttocheeryouup.It’saguitarmanwhoisgoingtoplayasongspeciallyforyou.” Anniedidn’tmove.Shewaswearingdarksunglassesandhadanoldcoatpulleduptocovermostofherface. IsatnexttoAnnieandplayed.AsIplayedIputeverythoughtintohavinggoodthingshappenforthiswoman.Iplayedforquiteawhile.第114页共114页,Suddenly,Annieturnedtowardmeandsaid,“Youmakeitsobeautiful.Icanfeelitinsidemyheart.”Paragraph1:Shetookoffhersunglasses.Paragraph2:WhenIstoppedplayingandlookedup,Iwasshockedtoseeasmallcrowedaroundus.参考答案【听力】M:Didyouhearthat?Thedroughtconditionsaresevere!There’salotofdeath,dying,andsufferingoutthere!W:Iheardthat,butit’snotsurprisingactually,becausewehaven’thadasmuchrainasnormalthisyear.1.BM:Howmuchdidyoupayfortheusedtelevision?第114页共114页,W:200dollars.M:200dollarsforapieceofjunklikethat?That’sarip-off!1.AW:John,tellmeaboutyourday.Whattimedoyouwakeup?M:Well,somedaysIwakeupearly.Maybeabout6o’clock.Butotherdays,maybeI’llsleepinuntil10:00or11:00.Howaboutyou,Sarah?W:Well,Ilikeeverydaytobethesame.SoIwakeupeverydayat8o’clock.First,Imakecoffeerightaway.Thenwehavebreakfasttogetheratabout8:30.2.BM:I’mfedupwithmyroommate.We’resupposedtosharethegroceries,butIendupfeedinghimthreemealsaday.Ireallycan’tafforditanylonger.W:Iknowhowyoufeel.Maybeyoujustwanttohaveaheart-to-hearttalkwithhim.Ifherefusestomendhisways,thenaskhimtomoveout.3.AW:Whatsportsdoyouliketowatch?M:Nah.Myfavouritesporttowatchisbasketball.AndIpreferplayingsports,suchasbasketball,volleyball,boxing...Whataboutyou?Doyoulikewatchingsports?W:Yes.Iespeciallylovetowatchfootball,somethingabouthotguyschasingafterafootball.It’sveryexcitingtowatch.4.CW:ArethereplaneticketstoSanFranciscothedayaftertomorrow?M:Goodafternoon,Miss.I’llhavealookatthetimetableforyou.I’msorry,buttherearen’tanydirectflightsavailable.W:ArethereticketsforSaturdaythen?M:Yes,thereare.Howdoyouwanttogo,firstclassorcoach?W:I’llneedacoach.What’sthefare?M:Itis260dollars.W:Whattimewilltheflightputmethere?M:TheflightwillgetyouthereatsixonSundaymorning.W:OK,I’lltakethree.What’stheflightnumber?M:Theflightnumberis301atGateTwo.5.B6.A第114页共114页,M:What’sgoingonbetweenyouandGary?Didyouguyshaveafightorsomething?W:Ican’tstandhimanymore!Hehassuchabadtemperthatevenalittlepieceoffriendlyadvicesetshimoff.M:Sowhatdidyoutellhim?W:Itoldhimthatifhecouldbemorepatientandtrynottolosehistempersoeasily,hewouldbemorepopular.M:Nowonderhethrewafit.Hispopularityisreallyasorespot.W:Well,IguessI’lljustkeepmymouthshut.That’llteachmetogiveadvice!M:Notunlessyouwanttodie!1.C2.BW:Weareon,kindofonthesideofahillintheforestbutwehaveagoodviewofMountFujiontheothersideofthevalley.M:Yeah.It’sreallynicehere.Whyareyouinthisforestrightnow?W:Well,I’mcurrentlyteachingEnglishuphereatthecampus...uphereintheforest.M:Oh,nice.Doyoutakeanywalksinthewoods?W:Yes,Ienjoytakingwalksinthewoods.AndsometimesIevengoforajoginthewoods.There’safewpathsaroundhereandthere’sanicegolfcourseaswellthatyoucanrunaround.M:OK,great!What’sthebestthingaboutbeinginnature?Intheforest?W:Well,formeit’sthestressreliefthatitprovidesespeciallylivinginTokyowhichisofcourseoneoftheworld’slargestandmostnoisycities.It’salsonicetogetbackoutintonaturesometimesandjustheartheinsectsveryclearly,aswellassomebirdsandyouknowit’sjustnicetogetbackoutintonature.M:Iagree.OK,thanksalot,Kevin.W:You’rewelcome.3.A4.A5.CMyfirstjobwasinJessif,intheeastofPoland.IwaspromisedthatIwasn’tgoingtohavetoteachanybeginnersoranylittlechildrenbecauseitwasmyfirstjob.Iwaspromptlygiventhebeginners.OnmyfirstdayofteachingIwasgivenabookwhichsaid,“Ah!Gointotheclassroomandsayhellotothechildrenandthey’llallsayhello第114页共114页,backtoyouandwave.”Iwalkedintoaclassoffivefour-yearolds,followedbyalltheirmothersandgrandmothersandIsaid“Hello”andtheyallburstintotears.Ispenthalfthelessontryingtogetthemtosay“Hello”toeachotherandstopthemfromcryingwhileallthegrandmothersstoodaroundandstaredatme.IfinallyfinishedoffmysingingHappyPrincessSong,allonmyown,withcryingchildrentoaccompanyme.Itwasoneoftheworstdaysofmylife.Icouldfeelthesamewithallthechildrenthough,becauseIwantedtositonthefloorandcrywiththembytheendofit.ThenIrealizedthatteachingkidswasnevergoingtobemycareer.Ihadsomeotherclassesaswellbutquitsoonafterthatandmovedontoadultswhocryslightlyless.Yeah,thatwasmyfirstteachingexperience.Notthebest.1.C2.B3.B4.AW:Well,I’mgladyou’refinallyback.Iwaswonderingwhathappened.M:Wegotlostcomingback.IguessIdon’treallyknowthistownyet.Wetookawrongturnsomewhere.AndJosephdoesn’tknowthetownatall.SoIstartedgivinghimdirections.ButIdidn’treallyknowwherewewere.Sowegotseriouslylost.W:Youcouldhavecalled.M:IknowIcouldhave.Butfinallyweaskedsomeonewherewewere.Guesswhereweendedup.W:Idon’tknow.Where?M:Whenwefinallydecidedtoasksomeone,theytolduswewereinGrangerfield.W:Grangerfield!YouwereinGrangerfield?That’sacompletelydifferenttown!Howcouldyoudrivetoacompletelydifferenttown?M:Idon’tknow.Thepersonweaskedhadtogiveusdirectionstothehighwaytogetbackhere.W:Grangerfieldislikeadozenmilesawayfromhere.M:Iknowitis.Idon’tknowhowithappened.W:Hmm,maybeIdo.M:What?W:YouweretoobusylookingatJoseph,andyouweren’tpayingattentiontotheroad.Maybethenexttimeyougooutwithhimtobuygroceries,you’llgetlostfor第114页共114页,evenlonger.Maybesixhoursorso.Hah,hah!See?Iguessedright.Youweren’twatchingtheroadatall.M:No,Iwasn’t.It’skindofhardtowatchtheroadwhenJosephisbehindthewheel.1.C2.A3.B4.C【阅读理解】21-24DAAC25-27CCD28-31CBCD32-35BCCA【七选五】36~40DAFGC【完形填空】41-45ACCDB46-50CBDCB51-55ACDAD【语法填空】56.looking57.tonotice58.carefully59.themostamazing60.but61.as/which62.Filled63.wasbelieved64.successfu65.in【写作】【应用文】DearPeter, 第114页共114页,Howiseverythinggoing?I’mhonouredandhappy,hearingyouareafanoftraditionalChineseArtandCulture.Herecomesapieceofgoodnewsappealingtoyou.TheMiddleSchoolArtFestivalwashostedbyourschoollastFriday.Thefestivalwastocarryforwardtraditionalcultureandpromoteculturalexchange.AnditprovidedaudiencewithastagewheretheycouldsampledifferentformsoftraditionalChineseandforeignculturewhileputtingonperformance.LastFriday,onthe30thofJune,thefestivalwasheldintheShiyuBuilding.Allofusstudentstookpartinit.Bytheway,IhadagoodgraspoftraditionalChineseandforeignculture.Isincerelyhopethatyoucanjoinusinourperformancenexttime.Lookingforwardtoyourreply. Yours,LiHua 【故事续写】Paragraph1:Shetookoffhersunglasses.Icouldtellafaintglowpiercedthedarkcloudsoffrustrationinhereyes.Igesturedtohertositoppositetomeandsheslowlymovedcloser.Ikeptonplayingtheguitar,tryingtorevealmysympathy,understandingandcomfortthroughthesoftmelodies.Itseemedthatshecouldn’tbutrecallthebitterandseveredaysshewentthroughastearsstreameddownhercheeks.Shedidn’twipethemoffbuthadthemfallingdown,asifallherworriesandsorrowswentawayaswell. Paragraph2:WhenIstoppedplayingandlookedup,Iwasshockedtoseeasmallcrowedaroundus.Theylookedatmewithenthusiasm,burstingintoapplause.Anniestoodupandclappedherhandstoo.Severalwomen,havingkeptaneyeonher,approachedandhuggedher,whisperingsomecheerfulwordsbeforetheyleft.Refreshedandrelieved,Anniethrewherarmsaroundmyneckanduttered,“Thankyouforyourmusic”,whichassuredtheBroomLadyofherreturntonormalspeech.Ihadputonnumerousshowstodifferentaudiences,butthisremainedthemosthealingandrewardingone. 外研版(2019)高中英语选择性必修第一册Unit3单元测试卷(时间:120分钟 满分:150分)第114页共114页,第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)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。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。1.Whatistheprobablerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers?A.Roommates.B.Colleagues.C.Classmates.2.Wheredoestheconversationprobablytakeplace?A.Intherestaurant.B.Athome.C.Inaschool.3.Whyisthemanangry?A.MrBlackismadathim.B.Heisfarfromsuccess.C.MrBlackdoesn’tliketopraisehim.4.Whatarethetwospeakerstalkingabout?A.Takingexercise.B.Workingeffectively.C.Losingweight.5.HowwillthewomangotoNewYork?A.Bycar.B.Bytrain.C.Bybus.第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。6.Wheredoesthewomancomefrom?A.India.B.Japan.C.America.7.Whatdoesthewomanthinkistheadvantage?A.Obtainingamaster’sdegree.B.Knowingacertainlanguage.C.Livinginothercountries.第114页共114页,听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8.Whatarethetwospeakerstalkingabout?A.Choosingcourses.B.Examresults.C.Revisionmethods.9.Whatwilltheboyprobablydo?A.Taketheeconomicscourseagain.B.Reviewhislessonsinthemorning.C.Makeupfortheexam.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.What’stheman’sproblem?A.Hedoesn’texercise.B.Hewantstoputonweight.C.Hehasanunhealthydiet.11.Howdoesthewomanexercise?A.Runningandplayingtennis.B.Runningtwiceaweek.C.Playingtennisatleastthreetimesaweek.12.Whatdoesthewomansuggestthemando?A.Eatless.B.Eatbetter.C.Runmore.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.WhydoesABCCompanyofferthebenefitstoitsemployees?A.Tokeepthemstayinglongerintheoffice.B.Toencouragethemtoworkovertime.C.Tohelpthemtogetawayfromthecomputer.14.HowmanybenefitsdoesABCCompanyoffertoitsemployees?A.Two.B.Three.C.Four.15.Wherecantheemployeesspendtheirholidayswiththeirfamiliesforfree?A.InSpain.B.InDisneyland.C.InLijiang,China.16.Whocanenjoythe4-daySummerWeeksinthecompany?A.Employeesworkingatleastthreeyears.第114页共114页,B.Thenewly-employedstaff.C.Employeesworkingoverayear.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Wherearethewoman’sparentslivingnow?A.Argentina.B.Chile.C.TheUnitedStates.18.Whatdidtheman’sfatherdo?A.Asalesrepresentative.B.Asoldier.C.Atraveler.19.Howmanycountriesdidthemanstayin?A.4.B.5.C.7.20.Whatisthemanlearningatcollege?A.Physics.B.Computer.C.Psychology.第二部分 阅读(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出最佳选项。AIn2007,JamieWhitmorewasconsideredoneofthemostsuccessfulathletesinAmerica.Shewasasix-timeUSAchampionforXTERRAracing,atwo-timeEuropeantourchampion,andheldaworldtitle.Everythingchangedduringatriathlonthatseemedlikesomanyothersshehadconquered.Asaprofessionalathlete,JamieWhitmorewasusedtosuffering,butsheneverimaginedthepaininherlegcouldbeadeadlycancer.AfterafriendrecommendedshegototheUniversityofCalifornia,SanFrancisco,Whitmoretookhisadviceandwasquicklyadmitted.Whatdoctorsfoundduringsurgeryshockedthemall:Whitmorehadspindlecellsarcoma,asofttissuetumorthatcanstartinthebone,andthetumorwaswrappedaroundhersciaticnerveandtouchingseveralvitalorgans.Theycouldn’tcutitoutforfearofburstingthetumor.Whensheheardthediagnosisforthefirsttime,Whitmoresaidtimestoodstill.“Icouldn’tbreathe.TheyweretalkingabouttreatmentandIjuststartedcryingand第114页共114页,saying‘Idon’twanttodie.’”Finally,thedoctorsenlistedthehelpofseveralspecialiststoremovethetumor.Whitmoredevelopedsepsis(败血症)fromthesurgeryandenduredagruelingtwo-monthrecovery.Whenshebegantofeelsickagain,Whitmorewascertainhercancerwasback.Instead,doctorsgaveherunexpectednews:Shewaspregnant—withtwins.“Thatwasawholeotherfreak-out,”Whitmorerecalls.JamieWhitmoreisn’tusedtoslowingdown.Shehasnevermetachallengeshecouldn’tovercome,whetheritwasanXTERRAmountainbikerace—orcancer.Today,Whitmoreisamotheroftwosonsandcancer-free.She’scompetingagain,andhaswonagoldmedalintheParalympics,nineworldtitles,andhassettwoworldrecords.Shetravelsasamotivationalspeakerwhenshe’snotspendingtimewithhersons.Whitmorehassomewordsofadviceforotherswithlimitations:“Neverletanyonetellyouwhatyoucanandcannotdo.SomedoctorstoldmeIwouldneverrideanythingmorethanastationarybike.AndyetIrodemymountainbike104milesclimbingfrom9,000feetto14,000feet.Peoplewithtwogoodlegshavefallenshortofthattask!Youjustcan’tgiveup.”21.Whenlearningabouthercancer,whatdidJamiefeel?A.Sadandscared. B.Ashamedandregretful.C.Annoyedandfrightened. D.Astonishedandinspired.22.Whycouldn’tthedoctorscutoutthetumoratfirst?A.BecauseJamiewasagainsttheplan.B.BecauseJamiewaspregnantwithtwins.C.Becauseitwasdevelopingtooquickly.D.Becauseitwasnearseveralimportantorgans.23.Theunderlinedword“freak-out”refersto   . A.somethingdemanding B.somethingrewardingC.somethingunusual D.somethingmeaningful24.WhatisthepurposeofJamie’stravelingasamotivationalspeaker?A.Tobuilduphercharacter.B.Toinspirethosewithlimitations.C.Tospendmoretimewithherchildren.D.Toearnmoremoneyinhersparetime.B第114页共114页,Dangerousastheyare,extremesportsremainappealingamongmanyAustralianyoungpeople!CampXtremeistheperfecttestofyourheart.KiteSurfingIt’stheexcitingmixtureofkite,boardandwaves.Theideaofusingakitetoacceleratespeedseemslikeanewchallenge:Yettheartofkiteflyingdatesbacktothe13th-centuryChinawhenitwasusedasasimplemeansoftransport. Catchawindandyou’removingup,downandacrossthesurf.“It’salwaysexciting.You’djump5feetor35feet.Youneverknowifyou’regoingtogoupintheair,andyourheartisjustgoingboom,boom,boom.”CoasteeringItisbyfarthebestactivityandtheeventthateveryoneisstilltalkingabout.Thisisexploringthecoastlinewithoutworryingaboutacoastalpathorfindingarockybayblockingyourroute.Youclimb,diveandswimfromoneplacetoanother.Withcoasteering,youdon’thavetobeabletoswimasthewetsuitandbuoyancy(浮力)aidwillkeepyoufloatingwhenyouareinthewater.SkyDivingTraditionalparachuting(跳伞)doesn’tsoundriskyenough.Sonowskydivingisthenameforjumpingfromaplaneandlisteningtoyourheartbeatingheavilyasyoumovefasttowardsearthbeforeyouopenyourparachuteatthelastmoment.MountainBikingIt’sbeenaroundsolongthatbikersarenolongersatisfiedwithjustgoingupanddownamountain.Mountainbikingisasportwhichconsistsofridingbicyclesoff-road,oftenoverroughland,usingspeciallyadaptedmountainbikes.Mountainbikessharesimilaritieswithotherbikes,butincludefeaturesdesignedtoimprovestrengthandperformanceinroughareas.Fordetails,pleasecallusat1300-792-668orclickhere:www.xtremecamp.com.au.25.Allthefourextremesportsaremainlyintendedtotestone’s   . A.heartbeatB.physicalhealthC.potentialstrengthD.courage26.Theunderlinedwordinthesecondparagraph“it”refersto   . A.thekiteB.kitesurfingC.kiteflyingD.theartofkites第114页共114页,27.Whichofthefollowingsportscanbethemostrisky?A.Kitesurfing.B.Coasteering.C.Skydiving.D.Mountainbiking.CPeopleneedlightfordailyactivities,butinsomeplacesintheworld,accesstoreliablepowerisaproblem,andhurricanesandearthquakescanmakethematterworse.AndreaSreshtaandAnnaStorkunderstandhowimportantlightistopeopleinneed.Afterthe2010earthquakeinHaiti,SreshtaandStork,thengraduatestudentsinarchitectureanddesignatColumbiaUniversity,wantedtodosomethingtohelp.“Wewantedtocreatesomething,abasicnecessityandwefocusedinonlighting,”saysSreshta.Asaschoolassignment,SreshtaandStorkdesignedalightingproductthatwaslight-weight,portableandwireless,somethingthatmighthelpimprovethesafetyandlivingconditionsofHaitians.TheresultwastheLuminAIDlight—aninflatable(可充气的)plastic,waterproofrectanglelightthatcanberechargedwithsolarpower.WhatwasonlyaschoolprojectforStorkandSreshtaturnedintoamoreseriousundertakingwhenfriendsbegansendingthelightstothoseinneed.“Wemadethisinourkitchensandwebuiltthefirst50originalsbyhand,”saysStork.Intheirfinalyearofarchitectureschool,SreshtaandStorkfiledapatentfortheportablelamp,andshortlyaftergraduating,thetwotraveledtoIndiaandconductedfieldtestsontheiroriginal.Storksaysvisitingvillageswithoutstableaccesstoelectricitywasreallymeaningfultothem.“Ithelpedusunderstandthehousesandtheconditionsthatthesepeoplewerelivingin.Andwhatwassointerestingisoneofthevillagesthatwe’vevisited.Thehousewasmadeoutofreallythickcement,soeveninthedaytime,itwascompletelydarkinsidethehouse.Sowesawrealneedforportablelighting,”Storksays.TheyadmitthatwhentheystartedtheirbusinessLuminAIDin2011,theydidn’tknowmuchaboutdisasterreliefandhumanitarianaid.“Weknewwehadaproductthatcouldpotentiallymakeadifferenceinpeople’slivesafterdisastersliketheearthquakeinHaitioreveninplaceswherepeoplelackstableelectricity,”saysSreshta.“Wehavebeenfortunateenoughtoworkwithpartnerslikenon-government第114页共114页,organizations,humanitariangroupsanddisasterrelieforganizationswhichdistributeourlightstopeopleinneed.”ThecompanyalsosellstheLuminAIDlighttocustomersthroughtheirGiveLight,GetLightprogram.Andforeachpurchasebyanindividual,theprogramsendsalighttosomeoneinneed.28.ForwhatpurposedidSreshtaandStorktraveltoIndia?A.Totryouttheirlight.B.Togiveawaytheirlight.C.Toworkwithsomeorganizations.D.Tohelppeopleindisaster-struckareas.29.WhydoesSreshtasaytheyhavebeenfortunateenoughinParagraph5?A.Theyhavehelpedalotofpeopleinneed.B.Theybegantoknowmuchaboutdisasterrelief.C.TheyhavemademuchmoneyoutofLuminAID.D.Theygetalotofhelpfrommanyorganizations.30.WheredidSreshtaandStork’sinspirationfortheLuminAIDlightcome?A.From2010Haitiearthquake.B.Fromtheirteacher’srequirement.C.Fromwhattheylearnedinuniversity.D.Fromtheirexperiencesduringearthquakes.31.Whatcanweknowabouttheirproducts?A.Theycan’tbeboughtbyindividuals.B.Theycanbeusedwithconvenience.C.Apatentofsuchaproducthasn’tbeenapplied.D.Theywereallmadeintheirkitchensandbyhand.DAbalanceddietcomprisingofdiverseandhealthyfoodsisthekeytopromotinggoodhealth.Afterall,wearewhatweeat—researchcontinuestoprovethateatinghealthyfoodpromotesgoodhealthandunhealthyfoodhabitsleadtoadiseasedbody.Foodscontainvitalnutrientsthataidourbody’smetabolicfunction.However,alackofconsumptionofthesenutrientsorfeedinguponthewrongkindsoffoodleadstoanaccumulationoftoxinswithinthebody,resultinginchronic(慢性的)diseasesinthelongrun.第114页共114页,Anutritiousdietwhileensuringoverallwellbeing,helpstomaintainahealthyBodyMassIndex(BMI),reducestheriskofseveraldebilitatingdiseaseslikecancer,cardiovascularailments,diabetes,osteoporosisandstroke.Thusanutritious&healthydietisimportantinthepreventionandcureofvariousdiseases.Thereareseveralhealthconditionsthatcanbecausedoraggravated(加重)bythefoodweeat.However,therearealsoseveralfoodsthatyoucanincludeinyourdiettohelppreventortreatdiseases.Itissimplesttodrawupabalanceddietchartasthiswillensurethatyougetallthenutrientsyourequireonaregularbasis.Anutritiondietchartisadietchartthathelpsyoutokeepatrackofyournutritionaldietrequirementsandisaveryusefultoolwhendrawingupapersonalizeddietplan.However,itmustbenotedthatallopathicmedicinetreatsthesymptomsratherthantherootcauseofthedisease,whichisusuallycausedbywrongeatinghabitsleadingtoanaccumulationoftoxinswithinthesystem.Whereasanutritioushealthydietcanrectifyunderlyingcausesofdiseasesandrestoreonetowholenessofmindandbody.Oncewerealizetheconnectionbetweenawholesomebalanceddietandgoodhealth,ourfoodwillbeourmedicineandmaintaininggoodhealthwillbeamatterofmakingtherightfoodchoicesandleadingahealthylifestyle.32.Howdoyouunderstand“wearewhatweeat”inthefirstparagraph?A.Wewillbecomesomethingweeat.B.Wearenodifferentfromwhatweeat.C.Healthyfoodcanpromotegoodhealth.D.Healthyfoodwon’tleadtoadiseasedbody.33.Accordingtothepassage,whatcanwedotomakesurewehavethenutrientsweneed?A.Curingdiseasespromptly.B.Eatingmorenutritiousfood.C.Drawinganutritiondietchart.D.Drawingapersonalizeddietplan.34.Whatcanwelearnfromthepassage?A.Aconstantlackofconsumptionofnutrientscanleadtochronicdiseases.B.Abalanceddietchartcanhelpyoucarryoutapersonalizeddietplantomainlyloseweight.C.Anutritiousdietcancurecancer,diabetes,osteoporosisandstroke.第114页共114页,D.Anutritious&healthydietisthekeytopreventingandcuringdiseases.35.What’sthepassagemainlyabout?A.Anutritiousdiet.B.Ahealthylifestyle.C.Anutritiondietchart.D.Apersonalizeddietplan.第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。MakeYourFitnessResolutionsStickLastyear,themostcommonNewYear’sresolutionwasfitness-related.Astudyshowedthatroughly50millionAmericanspledged(发誓)toincreaseactivityandloseweight. 36 ,successwashardtoachieve.Twomonthslater,only37percentofpeopleintheir20sand16percentoverage50hadkepttotheirnewfitnesshabit.  37 ,thebenefitsofsuchachangeareclear.Thereisnoquestionthatexerciseplaysaroleinthepreventionandtreatmentofmanydiseases.Weeklyexerciseroutineshavebeenshowntoreduceratesofdepressionandanxiety,lessenriskofheartattackandstroke,andreducetheprevalenceofdiabetes.  38 .It’ssuggestedthat150minutesperweekofmoderateintensityexerciselikeswimming,and75minutesperweekofintenseexercise,likejogging,shouldbetheminimumamountofexerciseneededtoachievemaximummedicalbenefits.Oftenthebestwaytoincreaseyourexerciseistoincorporate(融合)movementintoyoureverydaylife.Onaverage,urbancitizenswhoworkbywalk,bikeorpublictransportationarefitterthansuburbancitizenswhodrivetowork.Besides,takingthestairsinsteadoftheelevatoralsohelps. 39 . Whetheryouresolvetoworkoutatyourlocalgymthreetimesaweek,take10,000stepsadayorgiveyourdoganextrawalkeveryday.Whatmattersmostwasnotyourcommitmenttoexercisebutyourstickingtoit. 40 . A.WhiletheyhavegoodintentionsB.AlthoughbehaviorchangeistoughC.HoweverhardtheytrytomakeachangeD.Thereisalwaysonetypeofexercisethatyouarefondof第114页共114页,E.SocommittosomethingyouloveandkeeptoyourfitnesshabitF.TheyaregoodwaystoincreasetheamountofyourmovementeverydayG.Thebestformofexerciseisthetypethatsomeonewillconsistentlyperform第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。BrianPetershadonethingtodobeforeleavinghisjobasapoliceofficerinBrooklyn.Hedecidedtospend$500he 41 forhisservicetobuy10giftcardsandhandedthemouttostrangersinBrooklynCenteronhis 42 day. Ittookhimabouttwohoursto 43 thecardsandthathecouldputsmilesonalotofpeople’s 44 ,includingonewomanhestopped 45 noticingtheconditionofhercar.“Hercarwasreallyold 46 damaged.Isawherscreenwiperswere 47 intheupposition,”Peterssaid.“I 48 whatIwasdoingandgaveheragiftcard,and 49 shelitupwithasmile.” Oncepeopleunderstoodwhathewasdoing,Peterssaidhe 50 alotmorehugsthatday.MoniqueDriersaidPetershas 51 wantedtogivebackanddidn’treallywanttheattention.What’smore,hehasalwaystriedto 52 thehumansideoflawpractice.Hewasagreat 53 andwillbedearlymissed. Peterssaidhestillwantstocontinuegivingbacktothe 54 .“Communityserviceisextremelyimportant,andwhenyou’refortunateinlife,youshouldgivebacktootherswhoaren’tasfortunateasyou,”Peterssaid.“That’swhat 55 theworldgoround.” 41.A.earnedB.createdC.borrowedD.achieved42.A.firstB.lastC.victoryD.great43.A.giveoutB.giveawayC.giveupD.giveoff44.A.eyesB.headsC.mouthsD.faces45.A.beforeB.untilC.afterD.since第114页共114页,46.A.butB.andC.howeverD.so47.A.placedB.laidC.setD.stuck48.A.announcedB.declaredC.explainedD.appreciated49.A.gentlyB.kindlyC.immediatelyD.totally50.A.acceptedB.receivedC.agreedD.distributed51.A.oftenB.alwaysC.seldomD.hardly52.A.rememberB.forgetC.preventD.insist53.A.soldierB.policemanC.teacherD.official54.A.worldB.countryC.communityD.association55.A.forcesB.equipsC.makesD.explores第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。ItwasonebusymorninginthoserushhourswhenIhoppedintothebusheadingtowntorunsomeerrands.Isatnexttosomeguy56.     namewasMusa.HesaidhiandIreplied57.     asmileandourconversationbeganfromthere.Wetalkedaboutalotofthings58.     (particular)aboutlifeandworkandhejuststartedcomplementing(称赞)mynaturallook.Hesaidhe59.     (impress)withhownaturalIwas,forhehadmerelymetagirl60.(wear)nomakeupatall. Musasaidthosewordsgenuinelyandlikeanygirl,I61.     (feel)goodandappreciatediteventhoughitwasfroma62.     (strange).InthebackofmymindIthoughthewouldthenaskformynumberasmostguysdidbut,63.     第114页共114页,(surprise),hesaidgoodbyetomeattheterminalandleft.Ihaveneverseenhimsincethen. 64.     Iamtryingtosayhereisthatsometimespeoplearedifferentfromwhattheyarethoughtofbythesociety,sokeep65.     (see)thebestinpeopleinsteadofassumingtheydothingswithbadpurposes. 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节(满分15分)假定你叫李华,你的新西兰朋友Terry即将大学毕业,他打算应聘来中国教高中生英语口语。现在他给你发来邮件,询问有关事宜。请你回复邮件,给予相关建议。内容包括:1.行前准备;2.教学内容;3.教学活动。注意:1.词数80左右;2.可根据内容要点适当增加细节,使行文连贯。第二节(满分25分)阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇60词左右的内容概要。Allparentsknowexerciseisimportantforchildren:Itcanlowerheartrisks,controlweight,andhelpkidsdobetterinschool.Plus,outdooractivitiesatanearlyagecangoalongwaytowardhelpingchildrenformhealthyhabitsforlife.Inotherwords,exerciseisneededforhealthydevelopment.Butdon’texpectkidstounderstandaboutthosethings.Somekidsjustaren’tintoexercise,butthatshouldn’tmeantheyhavetobeaddictedtotheTV.Soparentscoulddosomethingtohelpinactivesonordaughterfallinlovewithphysicalactivity.第114页共114页,IfparentssitinfrontoftheTVeverynight,abagofchipsinhand,kidsaren’tlikelytorespectrestrictions(限制)yousetontheirscreentimeeither.Socheckyourownviewingbehavior,andserveasarolemodelbyputtingphysicalactivityintoyoureverydaylife.Whenyoucan,walkinsteadofdriving.Regularlyparticipateinactivitiesthatyouenjoyandletyourkidssee—andhearabout—howmuchyouenjoythem.Inthisway,theymay“doastheRomansdo”.Makesurethatchildren’sfitnessisincludedinthefamilyscheduleinthesamewaythatschool,work,shopping,andfamilygatheringsfindtheirwayontothecalendar.Youandyourchildrenaremorelikelytosticktoanexerciseplanifyouincorporateitintoyourlifeonaroutinebasis.AndyourchildrenwillbegintoexpectandacceptthatSundaymorningusuallymeansahikeride,andacoupleofnightsafterdinnerthefamilytakesalightwalkthroughtheneighborhood.Childrenwhoaren’tnaturallygoodatphysicalactivitiesmaybeself-consciousabouttheirlackofphysicalskillsandevenfearpublicfailure.Thesekidsneedallthesupportandencouragementfromparents.Negativecommentsdon’tworkandwillonlyservetomakeyourchildfeelbad.Remember,acknowledgetheeffort—choosingtobeactiveortryingtoimproveaskill—ratherthantheoutcome.参考答案:【听力】W:IwasreallysurprisedwhenIwasofferedthepromotion.Ijustfigureditwouldgotosomeonewithmoreexperience.M:Goodforyou.Youdeserveitasmuchasanyoneinouroffice.1.BM:Whathappenedtoyou?W:IwassteppingintothebathtubwhenItrippedandIhitmyheadonthewashbowl.M:Comeon!Getintothecar.Let’sgototheemergencyroomandhavesomeonelookatit.第114页共114页,1.BM:MrBlackisdrivingmecrazy!Ihavetriedmybest,butheisalwayssayingIamstillfarfromsuccess.W:Probablyhewantstogiveyoumoremotivationtogoahead.M:Idon’tthinkso,foroncehetoldmeIwouldnevermakeitifIdidn’tmakesomechanges.2.CW:WhenIdopush-ups,shouldIbendmyelbowssothatmynosetouchestheground?M:Youdon’tneedtobendyourelbowsthatmuch.Themostimportantthingistokeepyourbodystraight.Manypeoplebendtheirbodiesatthewaist,whichreducestheeffectivenessoftheexercise.3.AW:WhatdoyouthinkisthebestwaytogettoourbranchofficeinNewYork?M:Well,theweatherhasbeenunpredictablelatelywithheavyrain.Takingabusordrivingyourowncarmaybedangerous.So,takingthetrainmaybeyourbestchoice.4.BM:Cathy,whatisyourdreamjob,ifyoucouldhaveanyjobintheworld?W:Mydreamjobistobecomeadiplomatonbehalfofmycountry.That’swhyIcametoJapantolearnJapaneseandhopefullyobtainamasterdegreeininternationalrelations.IhopetoworkfortheIndianEmbassyinTokyo.M:Thatmustbeprettycompetitive.Inmycountry,America,manystudentswanttolearninternationalrelations,too.W:It’sverycompetitive,butIthinkifyouknowacertainlanguagethatnotmanypeoplespeak,itgivesyouacompetitiveadvantage.5.A6.BM:Mum,doyouknowthateconomicsexamIhadlastweek?W:Theoneyoudidn’trevisefor?M:Ididreviseforit.Iwasworkingonitallweekend.Don’tyouremember?W:Oh,yes,Iremember.Apartfromgoingoutuntilfourinthemorning,youmean?M:Well,Ihavetorelaxalittle,evenifI’mrevising.Anyway,Ididn’tpassit.I’mreallysorry.I’llprobablyhavetoretakethewholecourse.第114页共114页,W:Oh,Ryan!It’sareallyexpensivecourse.I’mnotsurewecanaffordforyoutotakeitagain.Thingsaredifficultenoughasitis.M:Iknow,Mum.I’msorry.I’lltalktotheteacheragainandseeifIcanretakeit.1.B2.AM:Cathy,I’vebeenputtingonafewpounds.WhatcanIdotoloseweight?W:Well,Iexercisealot.Igorunningatleastthreetimesaweek.Morethanthat,Ienjoyplayingtennis...Differentsportsusedifferentmusclesandallofthemhelptoloseweight.M:Yeah.Actually,oneoftheproblemsisthatIactuallyexercisealot,somaybeit’smydiet.W:Itcouldbeandsointhatcaseyoumightwanttoeatsomethingperhapsmorenutritiousormaybeevenlessofwhatyoudoeat.Maybe,IeatthreemealsadayandItrynottosnackinbetween.M:That’sprettytough!Actually,youseemyproblemisthatIlikejunkfood.Ihavetochoose,eitherIeatlessorIeatabetterdiet.Whatdoyouthinkismoreimportant?W:Ithinkifyouareexercisingthenyoushouldjusteatwhatyouwantandeatless.M:Eatless.OK.Thisisgoingtobetough.3.C4.A5.ATechnologycompaniesusuallyfocustheirbenefitsonmakingpeoplestayintheofficelonger:ping-pongtables,gamerooms,on-sitetrainingrooms;someevenofferlaundryservices.We,ABCCompany,don’tdoanyofthese.Instead,wefocusonbenefitsthatgetpeopleoutoftheofficeasmuchaspossible.Wedesignedourbenefitssystemtoreflectthat.Herearesomeofthebenefitsweoffertogetpeopleawayfromthecomputer.Vacation:Forthelastthreeyearsinarow,we’veworkedwithaprofessionaltravelagenttopreparedifferenttravelpackagesthatemployeescouldpickfromasaholidaygift.Everythingispaidforandincluded.Specific,pre-arrangedtrips—whetherforafamilytogotoDisneylandoracoupletotourSpainorsinglestogotoLijiang,China—havehelpedmakesurepeopleactuallytaketheirvacations.第114页共114页,4-daySummerWeeks:FromMaythroughOctober,everyonewho’sbeenwiththecompanyformorethanayeargetstoworkjustfourdaysinaweek.Thisstartedoutas“Friday’soff”,butroleslikecustomersupportandoperationsneedtocoverallhours.Tocomeupwiththebestideas,youneedafreshmind.Thesetravelandme-offbenefitshelpeveryonestaysharp.1.C2.A3.B4.CM:Hi,Jenny.So,whereareyoufrom?W:Well,originallyI’mfromArgentina,butwemovedtotheUnitedStateswhenIwasaboutfiveyearsold.MyparentsnowliveinChile.That’swheretheyfirstmet.Howaboutyou,Tom?M:IwasborninFresno,California,andwelivedthereuntilIwasseven.Then,sincemyfatherworkedforthemilitary,wemovedallovertheplace.W:Ohyeah?Wherearesomeoftheplacesyou’velived?M:Mostly,wewereoverseas.WespentatotaloftenyearsinKorea,Germany,andOkinawa,Japan.WeweretransferredbacktotheStatesthreeyearsago,butIthinkmyparentswouldhavelikedtoliveoverseasforatleast20moreyears.W:Wow.Itsoundslikeyou’vehadaninterestinglife.So,whatdoyoudonow?M:I’mastudentatPurdueUniversity.W:Ohreally?Whatareyoustudying?M:I’mmajoringinpsychology.Howaboutyou?Whatdoyoudo?W:Well,I’mworkingasasalesrepresentativeforVegaComputersdowntown.M:Nokidding!Mybrotherworkstheretoo.5.B6.B7.A8.C【阅读理解】21-24ADCB25-27DAC28-31ADAB第114页共114页,32-35CCAA【七选五】36~40ABGFE【完形填空】41-45ABBDC46-50BDCCB51-55BABCC【语法填空】56.whose57.with58.particularly59.wasimpressed60.wearing61.felt62.stranger63.surprisingly64.What65.seeing【写作】【应用文】DearTerry,I’mverygladtolearnthatyou’regoingtocometoChinatoteachseniorstudentsspokenEnglishaftergraduation.Asforsuggestionsaboutyourteaching,opinionsmayvaryfrompersontoperson,butgenerally,asaforeignteacher,you’dbetterattachmoreimportancetoforeigncultureandcustomsratherthanlanguageteachingsoastodifferfromwhatChineseEnglishteachersaredoing.Meanwhile,youshouldadoptaproperteachingmethodtoarousetheinterestofthestudents.Forexample,youcancarryoutsomeinterestingactivities,suchasdesigningsometeachinggames,choosingsomespecialtopicsforstudentstoparticipateandcommunicate,throughwhichstudents’speakingwillsurelybeimprovedrapidly.Ihopeyou’llenjoyyourteachinginChinaandexpectyourcoming.Yours,第114页共114页,LiHua【概要写作】Sinceexerciseissignificantforchildren’shealthygrowth,parentscoulddosomethingtohelptheirphysicallyinactivekidslovedoingexercisewiththefollowingtips.(要点1)Primarily,mindparents’ownbehaviorandsetgoodexamplesforchildrensothattheywillfollowsuit.(要点2)Besides,makeexerciseafamilyroutineandinthiswaykidswillgraduallygetaccustomedtoit.(要点3)Moreover,givechildrenpositivefeedbackandlayemphasisontheprocess(efforts)theymadeduringphysicalactivityratherthantheoutcome.(要点4)外研版(2019)高中英语选择性必修第一册Unit4单元测试卷第114页共114页,(时间:120分钟 满分:150分)第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)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。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。1.Whichclassdidthemanmissthismorning?A.Themathclass.B.TheEnglishclass.C.TheChineseclass.2.Whatwillthewomandothisafternoon?A.Dosomeexercise.B.Goshopping.C.Washherclothes.3.HowlongisSaraonbusinessintotal?A.5days.B.7days.C.12days.4.Wheredoesthisconversationprobablytakeplace?A.Inaclothesshop.B.Inanoffice.C.Inahotel.5.WhydidAmandacallofftheappointment?A.Tomakeatrip.B.Tovisitanotherfriend.C.Todealwithworkaffairs.第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。6.Wheredoesthemanusuallystudy?第114页共114页,A.Atthelibrary.B.Atthecafé.C.Athome.7.Whatdoesthemanimplyaboutthewoman?A.Herexamsareusuallyveryeasy.B.Shehaslessworktodothanhedoes.C.Sheshouldchooseamoreseriousmajor.听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8.WhatdoesJackwanttodo?A.WatchTV.B.Playoutside.C.Gotothezoo.9.Wheredoestheconversationprobablytakeplace?A.Athome.B.Inacinema.C.Inasupermarket.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.HowlonghasMarkraisedbees?A.17years.B.30years.C.48years.11.WhydoesMarkraisedonkeys?A.Togivepeoplerides.B.Toamusetheaudience.C.Tocarrygoods.12.WhatdoesMarkoftendoinhissparetime?A.HehostsaTVshow.B.Heplaystheguitar.C.Heperformsmagic.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。17.Whatitemsarenewinthewoman’skitchen?A.Thefridgeandtheworkingtable.B.Thefridgeandtheshelves.第114页共114页,C.Theworkingtableandtheshelves.18.Whatisthewomantryingtodo?A.Makenewdishes.B.TasteChinesefood.C.Designanewcooker.19.Whatkindsoffoodarebecomingpopular?A.AsianandItalianfood.B.ThaiandChinesefood.C.IndianandThaifood.20Whatwillthemando?A.Havedinnerwiththewoman.B.Helpthewomancook.C.Gobackhome.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。13.Whatisthemainpurposeofthespeaker?A.TocomplainabouttheterribleexperiencesinCostaRica.B.TointroducetheadvancedtravelindustryinCostaRica.C.TopersuadevisitorstospendtheirholidaysinCostaRica.14.WhatdoweknowaboutCostaRica?A.It’sfamily-friendly.B.It’ssuitableforoldpeople.C.It’ssuitablefornewly-marriedcouples.15.WhatcantravelersseeinCostaRica?A.Sandbeaches.B.Deadvolcanoes.C.Fishfarms.16.HowmuchwillitcostafamilytotravelinCostaRica?A.80dollars.B.185dollars.C.HalfthecostofatriptoDisneyland.第二部分 阅读(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出最佳选项。第114页共114页,AXiaBoyu,70,onMay14th,2018,scaledtheworld’shighestpeakQomolangmaasthefirstdoubleamputeeclimberfromtheNepaliside,governmentofficialsconfirmed.Tilldate,theonlydoubleamputeetoreachthesummitQomolangmaisMarkInglisfromNewZealand,whohadscaledthepeakfromChina’sTibetsidein2006.“TheChinesedoubleamputeescaledthesummitat8:40amlocaltimetoday.Heisthefirstdoubleamputeetoclimbthepeakfromsouthface,”GyanendraShrestha,anofficialattheDepartmentofTourismundertheMinistryofCulture,TourismandCivilAviation,toldXinhuaviatelephonefromthebasecamp.Xia’ssuccessfulsummitcomesadayaftereightrope-fixingteammembersreachedthesummit,makingtheclimbingrouteopenforallotherclimbersfor2018springseason.ThedoubleamputeehadreceivedtheclimbingpermitfromtheNepaligovernmentafterthecountry’ssupremecourt,inMarch,alloweddoubleamputeeandvisuallyimpairedpersonsfromclimbinganymountainsabove6,500meters.Xia’sexpeditionhasbeenmanagedbyaNepal-basedImagineTreksandExpeditionscompany.Beforeleavingfortheexpedition,theChineseclimbertoldthemediathatitishisfifthattempttoscaletheworld’shighestpeak.Hehadlostbothhislegsin1975duringhisfirstattempttoreachthesummitduetofrostbite.Xiahadattemptedforthesummitin2014,2015and2016aswell,buthisdreamsweredestroyedowingtoavalanche(雪崩),earthquakeandbadweatherrespectively.AccordingtoNepal’stourismdepartment,theofficialgovernmentbodywhichissuesclimbingpermitsfortheQomolangmaexpedition,346mountaineersfrom38Nepaliandforeignteamshavetakenthepermitsforexpeditionthisyear.21.XiaBoyulosthislegsin1975because   . A.hefelloffthepeakB.hegothislegsfrozenC.hewascaughtinavalancheD.hesufferedfromastrangedisease22.HowmanytimeshasXiaattemptedbeforehesucceededinreachingthesummit?A.Twice.B.Threetimes.C.Fourtimes.第114页共114页,D.Fivetimes.23.Whatcanweknowfromthepassage?A.XiaBoyucan’tgettheclimbingpermitinChinabecauseofhisdisability.B.XiaBoyuscaledtheworld’shighestpeakfromChina’sTibetsidein2018.C.XiaBoyuisthefirstdoubleamputeeclimbertoscaletheworld’shighestpeak.D.XiaBoyureceivedtheclimbingpermitfromtheNepaligovernment.24.WecandescribeXiaBoyuas   . A.kindandhelpfulB.cautiousandtraditionalC.braveanddeterminedD.optimisticandhumorousBMarydaleLodgehasawarmandwelcomingenvironmentthatprovidessecureaccommodationwitheducationforyoungpeopleaged11to18yearsold.Wearecurrentlyrecruitingfor:AssociateHeadTeacherLocation:St.Helens,MerseysideHoursofwork:37hoursperweek—basedonTeachersTerms&ConditionsWearepleasedtoadvertisethisuniqueopportunityforanexperienced,qualifiedteachertojoinourpassionateeducationteamwithinoursecurechildren’ssetting.Thesuccessfulcandidatewillhavesignificantknowledgeandexperiencewithineducationofyoungpeoplewithspecialneedsandhavetheabilitytoencouragetheirattendanceandraisetheiraspirations.Youwillbeabletocoordinatetheteachingofallcurriculumareasacrossthekeystages,developandstrengthenoureducationsettingandensurethatourstaffhavetheunderstandingandknowledgetoprovideanoutstandingprovision.Ourbenefitsinclude:Salaryof£41,988to£47,498peryearplusSENandSecureallowance;Teachers’PensionScheme&LifeAssuranceScheme;Competitiveterms&Conditions;Fullinduction,regularsupervisionsandannualappraisalscheme;CareerProgressionopportunities;ForaninformaldiscussionforthisrolepleasecontactMarieHiggins,RegisteredManagerofMarydaleSecureUniton082424140.第114页共114页,Formoreinformationpleasevisitourwebsiteoryoucancontactour24-hourrecruitmentlineon03512692045.Closingdateforcompletedapplications:9amonTuesday22ndJanuary25.WhocouldgettheeducationofMarydaleLodge?A.Childrenaged6.B.Childrenaged15.C.Childrenaged19.D.Childrenofallages.26.Whichpositionisneededaccordingtothepassage?A.Ateacher.B.Headmaster.C.Staffmember.D.AssociateHeadTeacher.27.Whatwillthecandidateprobablydoduringthejob?A.Toteachmathematics.B.Tomaketheteachingplans.C.Toencouragechildren’sattendance.D.Toprovidetheinformationaboutthevacantpost.CColdweatherduringwintermonthsmaykeepmanypeoplefromleavinghomeandrunningintheopenair.However,anewstudyshowsthatthedropintemperatureisagoodreasontorun.Infact,researcherssay,runningincoldweatherhelpsimproveone’sperformance.Manypeoplesayrunninginthewintercanbedifficult.Tworeasonsarethelowtemperaturesandbitterwinds.Yetmanyrunnersmightfinditeasierthanrunninginhotweather.Thatcouldbebecauselowertemperaturesreducestressonthebody.Whenyourunincoldweather,yourheartrateandthebody’sdehydration(脱水)levelsarelowerthaninwarmerconditions.Thebodyneedslesswateronacolddaythaninwarmweather.ThisinformationcomesfromsportsscientistsatSt.Mary’sUniversityinLondon.JohnBrewerisaprofessorofappliedsportscienceatSt.Mary’s.第114页共114页,Forthisstudy,heandotherresearchersputagroupofpeopleintoaroomtheycalledan“environmentalchamber”.Theresearchersthenrecreatedsummerandwinterweatherconditionsintheroom.Thetestsubjectswereaskedtorun10,000metersunderbothconditions.Brewersaysheandhisteamrecordedbiologicalmeasurementsoftherunners.“We’vegotagroupofsubjectsintotheenvironmentalchamber.We’vechangedtheconditionstoreplicatethesummerorwinterandwe’vegotthemtoruna10kmunderbothofthoseconditionsandtakenvariousmeasurementsoneachrunnerwhilethey’vebeencompletingtheir10km.”Brewersayseverymovementrunnersmakeproducesheat.Heexplainsthatonewayinwhichweloseheatisbysweating.Thebodylosesheatthroughdropletsofsweat.Hesaysthebodyalsolosesheatbytransportingthebloodtothesurfaceoftheskin.28.Whatcanweknowaboutrunninginwinter?A.Itincreasespressureofthebody.B.Itimprovesthefunctionofbody.C.Itmakesyourheartratehigher.D.Itneedsmorewaterthaninsummer.29.Whatcanweknowabouttheresearchaccordingtothetext?A.Researchersinterviewedthesubjects.B.Subjectswereaskedtoruninwinterandsummer.C.Subjectsbuiltthe“environmentalchamber”.D.Biologicalmeasurementsoftherunnerswererecorded.30.Whichofthefollowingcanreplacetheunderlinedword“replicate”inParagraph7?A.Combine.B.Remember.C.Copy.D.Decorate.31.What’sthebesttitleforthepassage?A.EnvironmentalChamberB.TheWayofLosingHeatC.RunninginColdWeatherImprovesPerformanceD.BiologicalMeasurementsoftheRunners第114页共114页,DAnotherwonderfulbookcomingsoontoyourfavouritebookstoreisKateLied’sPotato:ATalefromtheGreatDepression.Atfirstglance,thisbooklookstobefortheveryyoung.Indeed,itcanbe,withitsemphasis(重点)onshortsentencesandmanypictures.Butolderkidsandadultswillrewardthemselvesbyreadingthisbookaswell,tolearnmoreabouttheGreatDepressionandabouteconomics,history,andevenAmericancultureinmoredepth.ThestoryisofayounggirlnamedDorothy,whosefamilylivesinIowaduringthe1930s.Dorothy’sfatherlosesonejobafteranother;theylosetheirhouse;and,indesperation,theytraveltoIdahotopickpotatoes.Theauthorandillustrator(插画师)(LisaCampbellErnst)doagoodjobofconveyingthedesperationanddiscouragingandfrighteningtasksfacingAmerica’sfamiliesduringtheDepression.Hungerandwantwereplentiful,moneyandjobswerenot.Inflation(通货膨胀)wasoutofcontrol,andsowasdespair.Butratherthangiveup,Dorothy’sfamilytookaction,travelingtoIdahotopickpotatoes.Now,thismightnotsoundlikeasmartthingtodo;butatthattime,Idahohadplentyofpotatoes.Thefamilyworkedveryhard,dayandnight,andpickedenoughpotatoestofillthecarforthetriphome,wheretheytradedthosepotatoesforotherkindsoffoodandevenapig.Thisshowsabasiceconomicsconcept:barter(物物交换).Potatoesweretradedforotherkindsoffoodinsteadofmoney.TheauthoralsointendsforreadersofthisbooktolearnmoreabouttheGreatDepression.Dorothy’sfamilywasverylucky,havingenoughmoneytopayforthetriptoIdahoandback.Intheend,Dorothy’sfatherfoundworkandmovedthefamilyoutofthepoorMidwest.ButagreatmanyotherDepression-erafamilieswerenotsolucky.Manypeoplediedofhungerandthirst,andmanymorewerepoorbeyondbelief.Yes,wecanbehappythatDorothyandherfamilyhaveahappyendingthattheycanbethankfulfor;andyes,wecanbesurethattheywerecountingtheirblessingsorluckystars.ButwecanalsobeawareofthegreateroverallpictureofthehistoryofAmericaatthistime,realizingthatitwasadifficulttimeforjustabouteveryoneinvolved,inonewayoranother.Overall,thisisagoodbookthatdeliversmorethanitwouldappeartopromiseonfirstglance.32.What’sthepassagemainlyabout?第114页共114页,A.Itintroducesanewbook.B.ItdescribestheGreatDepression.C.ItintroducesayounggirlnamedDorothy.D.ItdescribesAmericaneconomics,history,andculture.33.WhatwasthepurposeofDorothy’sfamilytravellingtoIdaho?A.TolookforjobsinIdaho.B.Topickpotatoestotradeforfood.C.Toplantpotatoestochangetheirsituation.D.Tobuypotatoesandsellthemtomakemoney.34.WhatmaybethereasonwhyDorothy’sfamilyusedbarterintrade?A.ToomanypotatoesinIdaho.B.ThedesperationDorothy’sfamilyfaced.C.Seriousinflationandnoenoughmoney.D.Thelong-existingtradinghabitinAmerica.35.WhydoesthewritersayDorothy’sfamilywasveryluckyinthe4thparagraph?A.Dorothy’sfatherfoundworkinMidwest.B.Godblessedthefamilyandtheysurvived.C.ThefamilycouldaffordthetriptoIdahoandback.D.ThefamilylearnedmoreabouttheGreatDepression.第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。TeachYourselfHowtoPlayaMusicalInstrumentIfyou’relowoncashbutinterestedinlearninghowtoplayanewmusicalinstrument,considersomeofthesetips.Setagoalforyourself. 36 Isittoformarockbandwithyourfriends,playwithanorchestra,writemusic,ortosimplyplayforyourownenjoyment?Berealisticaboutyourgoalswhenyou’rejuststartingtolearnhowtoplayanewinstrument. 37  Researchdifferentinstruments.Choosinganinstrumenttakesmorethanjustpickingtheonethatlooksthemostimpressive.Therecanbemanyvariations(变化)inrangeaswellasotherfactorsthat第114页共114页,affectthesoundlikethenumberofstringsonaguitarorbass. 38 Ifso,youcanseewhichoneyou’remostcomfortablewith. Takelessons.Considerlearninghowtoplayamusicalinstrumentbyyourself.Thereareplentyofbooks,trainingvideos,andonlineresourcesavailable.Theycanteachyouhowtoplaymostinstruments. 39 Takeyourtimewhilelearning,butsetasidesometimeatleasteveryweeksothatyoupractisegoodhabitsandstaymotivated.Onceyou’vemasteredbasicskills,you’llbewellonyourwaytomasteringyourchoseninstrument. Neverstoplearning.Sometimesitmightbefrustratingtomakelittleprogressortiresometokeepupwithpractising. 40 Workhardatwhatyouwanttodoandalwayskeepimproving. A.What’smore,manyofthemarecompletelyfree.B.Thinkoverwhatyouwouldliketogetoutofthisexperience.C.Considercarefullywhatkindoflessonsyouwant.D.Therefore,youhavegotpleasurefromplayingtheinstrument.E.However,rememberyouhadagoalthatyouwantedtoachieve.F.Mostimportantly,beforeyoubuy,considertryingthemoutforabitfirst.G.Itcanbetime-consumingatfirst,buttheresultscanbeevenmorerewarding.第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Haveyouevervolunteeredforsomething?Whydidyoudoit?Howdidyoufeelwhenyoufinished? 41 arriveearly,staylate,gowithoutbreaks,andalwayssmile.Theydoajobwithoutbeingpaidandtheyarewillingtooffer 42 .Canyouimaginewhatwouldhappentoourwork 43 everybodydidthatjobinthevolunteerspiritof“Iwantto”ratherthaninthecontractual(合同的)spiritof“Ihaveto”?Contractsrequireyoutodowhatyouhavepromisedtodo.Volunteerism 44 requiresyoutoo,yetitleadstohigherproductivityatthesametime. 第114页共114页,Imaginewhata(n) 45 wouldbelikewithoutvolunteers.Considertheorganizationsthat 46 volunteersineveryareathroughoutourcountry.Ourlifewouldbelesssatisfyingifnovolunteersselflesslyoffertheirtimewhile 47 nopay—andoftenlittleornorecognition. Whatistheforce 48 helpingothers?Volunteersfindvolunteering 49 personalskills.It 50 ustoproductivelyusetime.More 51 ,itteachesusitisn’t 52 whatyouhave,butmoreoftenwhatyou 53 thatmattersmostinlife.Itteachesustoplaceagreatervalueonwhatwecontributetosocietythanonwhatwe 54 . Throughvolunteering,wemakemorethanjustalivingwithourlives—wemakea 55 andcreate“ordinary”miracles. 41.A.VolunteersB.StudentsC.DoctorsD.Teachers42.A.adviceB.proposalsC.chancesD.assistance43.A.despiteB.ifC.whetherD.unless44.A.alsoB.soonC.occasionallyD.merely45.A.organizationB.schoolC.hospitalD.country46.A.belongtoB.lookoutC.dependonD.getaround47.A.receivingB.leavingC.mindingD.imagining48.A.behindB.againstC.withoutD.among49.A.requiresB.showsC.developsD.arrests50.A.challengesB.allowsC.remindsD.teaches51.A.interestinglyB.importantlyC.reasonablyD.successfully52.A.alwaysB.sometimes第114页共114页,C.finallyD.seldom53.A.forbidB.giveC.achieveD.expect54.A.valueB.appreciateC.gainD.recognize55.A.choiceB.decisionC.differenceD.project第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。Teachingasavolunteerteacherisquite56.experienceforZhangTian.HebecameavolunteerteacherinavillageschoolinGuizhouProvince,57.     (inspire)bytheideaoflivingindependentlyawayfromhome. However,noteverythingliveduptoZhangTian’shopes.Theschool,withonlythreeclassrooms,wasmuch58.     (small)thanhehadexpected.Livinginthevillagewasalsotougherthanhehadthought.Ittookhimalongtimetoadjust59.thelifethere.Thethoughtof60.(leave)onceflashedthroughhismind,buthequicklygaveitupandfoundwaystodealwiththechallenges. 61.     (make)schoollifemorecolourfulforhisstudents,ZhangTianintroducedmoresubjectstotheschool.Toughasitis,hehasenjoyedworkingwiththechildren.62.makeshimmostsatisfiedisthathisstudentsareabletoread,speakandwriteinEnglishandtheycanlearnthelanguage63.(confident). Besidesteaching,ZhangTianalsocontactedcharityorganizationsforhelpand64.     (teach)thevillagershowtoselllocalproductsonline.The65.(contribute)hehasmadetothevillageissogreatthatthevillagerstreathimasoneofthem. 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节(满分15分)假定你是李华,你们学校的英国交换生Jeff准备参加“外国人讲中国成语(idiom)故事”比赛,他发邮件请你给予辅导。你回复邮件,内容包括:1.答应提供帮助;2.提出建议;3.询问辅导时间与地点。第114页共114页,注意:1.词数80左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。DearJeff,Yours,LiHua第二节(满分25分)阅读下面短文,根据其内容和所给段落开头语续写两段使之构成一个完整的短文。续写的词数应为150左右。George’smotherwasverypoorandwassick.Insteadofhavingbrightfiresinwinter,shehadnothingtoburnbutdrysticks,whichGeorgepickedupfromunderthetrees.OnefinedayinJuly,hissickmothersenthimtothewoods.Hewastostaythereallday,togetasmuchwoodashecouldcollect.Itwasabright,sunnyday,andGeorgeworkedveryhard,sobythetimethesunwashigh,hewashot,andwishedforacoolplacewherehemightrestandhavehismeal.Whilehehuntedforaspotonthebankhesawamongthegrasssomefine,wildstrawberries.“Howgoodthesewillbewithmybreadandbutter!”thoughtGeorge.Lininghiscapwithleaves,hesettoworkeagerlytogatherallhecouldfind,andthenseatedhimselfbytheriver.Itwasapleasantplace,andGeorgefelthappyandcontented.Hethoughthowmuchhissickmotherwouldliketoseehimthere,andtobethereherself,insteadofinherdarkroominthevillage.Georgethoughtofallthis,andjustashewasliftingthefirststrawberrytohismouth,hesaidtohimself,“HowmuchMumwouldlikethese!”Sohestopped,andputthestrawberrybackagain.第114页共114页,“ShallIsavethemforher?”hesaid,thinkinghowmuchtheywouldrefreshher,yetstilllookingatthemwithalongingeye.“Iwilleathalf,andtaketheotherhalftoher,”hesaidatlast,andhedividedthemintotwoheaps(堆).Buteachheaplookedsosmallthatheputthemtogetheragain.“Iwillonlytasteone,”hethought.Asheagainliftedittohismouth,hesawthathehadtakenthefinestandheputitback.“Iwillkeepthemallforher,”hesaidwithgreathappiness,andhecoveredthemupnicelytotakethemhome.Paragraph1:Hestoodupandstartedtogetmoreandmorewooduntilthesunwasbeginningtosink.Paragraph2:Justashehadthrowndownhiswood,heheardhismothercallinghimfromthenextroom.第114页共114页,参考答案:【听力】M:WhenIgottoschoolthismorning,theEnglishclasswasoverandtheteacherofmathwastherewaitingforgivinghisclass.W:WhataboutyourChineseclass?M:Oh,it’sonthethirdclass.1.BM:Let’sgoforanicewalkintothecountrythisafternoon.W:Icertainlycouldenjoytheexercise,butI’veagreedtogowithAlicetobuysomeclothes.2.BM:Sarahasbeenawayonbusinessforoneweek.Hasn’tshetoldyouwhenshewillbeback?W:Shecalledmeupthismorning.Shesaidthereremainedanotherfivedays.3.CW:Hello,sir,whatcanIdoforyou?第114页共114页,M:Hello,Ineedanewsuit.Ihaveanimportantinterviewnextweek,soIreallyneedtolooksharp.W:Wehavemanyformalsuits.Havealook,please.1.AM:Hi,Jessie.Howisitgoing?W:I’malittledisappointed.Amandasaidshe’sgoingtovisitme,butshecancelledhertripatthelastminute!M:Shehadtoaccompanyaveryimportantclient.Youshouldtrytoputyourselfinhershoes.2.CM:Canyougivemearidetothelibrary?W:Studyingatthelibraryagain?Itakejustasmanyclassesasyoudo,butIhaveonlyaboutanhourofstudyingtodoeveryday.AndIcangetallmyworkdoneeitherhereathomeoratthecafédowntheroad.M:Well,I’mmajoringinphysics.Ihaveseveralprojectsdueeachmonth,andthat’safterIspendtentofifteenhoursaweekinthelab.You’reapsychologymajor.Youhaveonemid-termandonefinalexamforeachclass,right?W:Yeah...M:You’vegotitsoeasy!3.A4.BM:Mom,thisisgoingtotakeforever!AnimalWorldwillbeonin20minutes.It’smyfavouriteprogram.YouknowIcan’tmissit!W:Iknow,honey.Butwehavetowaitinlinetopayforthesethingsweneed.M:Youpromisedwe’dbehomeintime.W:Bealittlepatient,Jack.We’llgetoutofheresoon.5.A6.CW:Hello,Mark.Ihearthatyouhaveseveralwaystomakealiving.M:Yes.First,I’mabeekeeper.IlearnedtoraisebeeswhenIwasabout17.AndIgotmyownbeeswhenIwasabout18.AndnowI’m48.W:Raisingbees?Itsoundslikesuchinterestingwork.第114页共114页,M:Exactly.Bee-keepingisdefinitelyseasonal.AndIalsodootherjobswhileraisingbees.W:Sowhat’sthat?M:Iamalsothehostofabluegrassradioshow.Iamamusiciantoo.Ioftenplaytheguitarinmysparetime.W:Wow!That’sawesome.M:Andnow,Istarttoraisedonkeys.Idon’twanttousethemtocarrygoods.Ijustwanttogivepeopleridesonthetrails.W:Well,youarereallyakindguy.1.B2.A3.BCostaRica,asmallcountrylocatedinCentralAmerica,isquicklygainingagoodreputationforbeingoneofthemostfamily-friendlytraveldestinationsintheworld.Ratherthanleavingtheirkidsbehind,parentscometoCostaRicawiththeirkidsbecausethecountryoffersmanychancesthatbothparentsandchildrenwillenjoy.CostaRicahasawell-developedtravelindustry,soeventravelerswhodon’tspeakSpanishwillfinditeasytogetaround.Visitorswilldiscoverwhitesandbeaches,tropicalfish,andplacesforthekidstocheckoutanimalslikemonkeyswhichmightbelikedbychildren.Foranexcitinghike,thefamilycanclimbuponeofthecountry’sactivevolcanoes.Lastbutnotleast,CostaRicaiseasyonthebudget!BecausethedollarisstillstronginLatinAmerica,familiescanhaveanamazingCostaRicanexperienceforabouthalfthecostofatriptoDisneyland.Theywillfindnicehotelsforeverybudget.For185dollarspernight,familiescanstayatanocean-sidehotelthathaswaterslidesandabutterflygarden.Foracheaperalternative,80dollarspernightwillgetyouanice,cozyroominahotelwithhikingtrailsnearbyandfriendlystaffavailable24hoursaday.Planningyournextvacationsoon?ConsiderCostaRica!4.C5.A6.A7.CM:So,what’snewinthekitchen?Thatrefrigeratorisnew,isn’tit?第114页共114页,W:Yes.Ineededalargerone.Before,Ihadaseparaterefrigeratorandfreezer,butthishasbothcombinedintoone.M:That’susualnowadays.You’veaddedafewshelvestoo.W:Yes.YouknowI’vebeencookingmorekindsoffoodrecently.M:Didyoubuynewcupboardstoo?W:No,Ididn’t.Igavethemareallygoodclean,sotheyjustlooknew.Theworkingtablewasinpoorcondition,soIhadanewoneadded.Ihavealsoboughtseveralnewpotsandpans.M:Lookingatthespicerack.I’dsayyou’vebeenlearninghowtomakeAsianfood.W:Yes.I’vealwayslikeIndianandThaifood,soI’vebeentryingtomakedishesfromthosecountries.I’mprettygoodatmakingcurriesnow,butIstillneedpracticeatmakingThaifood.M:Bothkindsoffoodarebecomingpopular.Nowadays,it’sveryeasytopickupthematerialsatthesupermarket.W:Ihopeyoucanstayfordinner.Allthedisheswillbefinishedin5minutes.M:Great!1.A2.A3.C4.A【阅读理解】21-24BCDC25-27BDC28-31BDCC32-35ABCC【七选五】36~40BGFAE【完形填空】41-45ADBAD46-50CAACD51-55BABCC【语法填空】56.an第114页共114页,57.inspired58.smaller59.to60.leaving61.Tomake62.What63.confidently64.taught65.contribution【写作】【应用文】DearJeff, IamwritingtoreplytoyouremailregardingtheChineseidiomstorycompetitionyouaregoingtoparticipatein.Itwouldbemygreatpleasuretohelpyouprepareforthecontest.Iwouldliketooffersomesuggestionsbeforewemeet.Firstly,asthereareagreatnumberofidiomstochoosefrom,Irecommendthemostcommonlyusedonesthatcomefrominterestingstories.Additionally,manyidiomsfoundrootsinancientmythsorhistoricalfacts.Thus,IadvisefullyresearchingtheirmeaningsandoriginstogainaninstructiveandfascinatinginsightintotheculturalhistoryofChina.Inthisway,yourstorytellingwillbehighlyimpressiveandappealing.Ihopethesuggestionsabovecanbeofsomehelptoyou.Couldyoupleasetellmewhenandwhereyouwouldliketomeet?Ilookforwardtofurtherdiscussionwithyou.Yours,LiHua 【故事续写】Paragraph1:Hestoodupandstartedtogetmoreandmorewooduntilthesunwasbeginningtosink.Georgesetoutforhome.Hecarriedhiscapfilledwithstrawberriesverycarefully.Howhappyhefeltthen!Hehadallhisstrawberriesforhissickmother.Thenearerhecametohishome,thelesshewishedtotastethem.Hearrivedhomebeforeheknewit.第114页共114页,Paragraph2:Justashehadthrowndownhiswood,heheardhismothercallinghimfromthenextroom.“Isthatyou,George?Iamgladyouhavecome,forIamthirstyandI’mlongingforsometea.Couldyougetsomeforme?”Georgerantoherandjoyfullyofferedherallthewildstrawberries.Seeingthewildstrawberries,George’smotherwasveryglad,tearsrunningdownherface.Shesaid,“Myboy,youdidn’ttasteoneofthestrawberriesandsavedallforyoursickmother.Godwillblessyouforallthis,mychild.”Atthatmoment,Georgeandhismotherwerebothfilledwithhappiness.第114页共114页,外研版(2019)高中英语选择性必修第一册Unit5单元测试卷(时间:120分钟 满分:150分)第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)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。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。1.Whatistheweatherbelikethisafternoon?A.Sunny.       B.Windy.      C.Rainy.2.WhatistheweatherusuallylikeinMay?A.It'scolderandrainier.B.It'scooleranddrier.C.It'shotterandsunnier.3.Whydidsomanyoldpeopledielastmonth?A.Itwastoohot.B.Itwastoocold.C.Theyweretooold.4.WhatwilltheweatherinArizonabelikeinthecomingweek?A.Rainy.B.Warm.C.Abitcold.5.What'sthetimenow?A.8:30.B.8:00.C.9:00.第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,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。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。6.Whatseasonisitnow?A.Summer.B.Winter.C.Autumn.7.Whatdoesthemanthinktheweatherwillbelikethisweekend?A.Hethinksit'llrain.B.Hedoesn'tthinkit'llrain.C.Hethinksit'llbecloudy.听第7段材料,回答第8至10题。8.Whatseasonisitmostlikelynow?A.Summer.B.Autumn.C.Spring.9.Whydidthewomancomehere?第114页共114页,A.TovisitJohn.B.Toteachskating.C.Toattendawedding.10.Wheredoesthemanworknow?A.AtBankofAmerica.B.Attheradiostation.C.InChicago.听第8段材料,回答第11至13题。11.Wheredoesthisconversationtakeplace?A.Overthetelephone.B.Inthewoman'shome.C.Ataninsurancecompany.12.Whydoesthemantalktothewoman?A.Tomakeadamagereport.B.Tohelpherrebuildherhouse.C.Toshowhonestyinhisbusiness.13.Howmanypointsweredestroyedbythestorm?A.Three.B.Four.C.Five.听第9段材料,回答第14至16题。14.Whatdidthewomandolastweekend?A.Shewenttothebeach.B.Shevisitedherparents.C.Shehadatriptothecountryside.15.Whydidthewomancomehomesosoon?A.Shewastired.B.Shecaughtacold.C.Shehadschoolworktodo.16.Whatwastheweatherlikeattheweekend?A.Cloudy.B.Sunny.C.Rainy.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Howoftendomostplaceshaveearthquakes?A.Frequently.B.Seldom.C.Regularly.18.WhichearthquakeisthemosttalkedaboutintheUnitedStates?A.TheoneinAlabama.B.TheoneinAlaska.C.TheoneinSanFrancisco.19.Whydoearthquakesworrypeoplesomuch?A.Becausetheycan'tbepredicted.B.Becausetheyhappenveryoften.C.Becausetheykillmorepeoplethanotherdisastersdo.20.WhatnaturaldisasterhitPakistanin1970?A.Afloodandstorm.B.Acycloneandtidal.C.Atyphoon.第二部分 阅读(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出最佳选项。第114页共114页,AManyoftheworld'smostsuccessfulpeoplewereoncefailures.Herearethestoriesofafewofthem.AbrahamLincoln(1809~1865)AbrahamLincolnwasoneofAmerica'sgreatestleaders,takingthecountrythroughtheCivilWar(from1860to1865).However,hislifewasnevereasy.Hestartednumerousbusinessesthatfailed,hewentbankrupttwice,andwasdefeatedin26campaignsforpublicoffice.Helatersaid,“Mygreatconcernisnotwhetheryouhavefailed,butwhetheryouarecontentandsatisfiedwithyourfailure.”VincentVanGogh(1853~1890)VanGoghwasoneofthemostfamousandinfluentialpaintersinthehistoryofWesternArt.He'sfamousforpaintingssuchasTheStarryNight,ThepotatoEatersandSunflowers.However,duringhislifetime,VanGoghsoldonlyonepaintingforaverysmallamountofmoney.Despitethis,hecarriedonpainting,sometimesevengoingwithoutfoodsohecouldcompletehiscollectionofover800knownworks.AlbertEinstein(1879~1955)AlbertEinsteinwontheNoblePrizeinPhysicsin1921.However,hewasn'talwaysconsideredagenius.Hedidn'tspeakuntilhewasfour,andcouldn'treaduntilhewasseven.Histeachersandparentsthoughthewasslow,sohewasexpelledfromschoolandcouldn'tgetintotheZurichPolytechnicSchool.Helaterfamouslysaid,“Successisfailureinprogress.”StephenKing(1947~2018)StephenKingwasoneofthebestsellingauthorsofalltime,buthisfirstbook,Carrie,wasrejectedbyabout30publishers.Finally,Stephenthrewitintothebin,buthiswifefisheditoutandencouragedhimtoresubmitit,whichhedidandsucceededthistime!                                        21.Whobecamefamousallovertheworldafterhisdeath?A.AlbertEinstein.B.VincentVanGogh.C.AbrahamLincoln.D.StephenKing.22.WhatwasthemostlikelyreasonforAlbertEinstein'sdroppingoutofschool?A.Hedidn'twanttolearn.B.Hecouldn'tspeakorread.C.Histeachersthoughthewasstupid.D.Hedidn'tobeytheschoolrules.23.Whatdothesepeoplehaveincommon?第114页共114页,A.TheywereallAmericans.B.Theyareknownfortheirwritings.C.Theywereborninthesamecentury.D.Theyallsufferedfailurebeforetheysucceeded.BFourdaysbeforeChristmasin1968,FrankBorman,JamesLovellandWilliamAndershadanadventureouttothemoon,becomingthefirsthumanbeingstonearandorbitourclosestneighbourinspace.OnChristmasEve,theypointedaTVcameraoutofthewindowofApollo8andshowedaglobalaudienceof1billiontheancientmoonmovingslowlybelowtheirspaceship.Asthatmovieplayed,Andersbeganreading,“Inthebeginning,Godcreatedtheheavenandtheearth...”“Ididn'tchooseit,”hesaidlastOctober,whenallthreeastronautsmettomarkthe50thanniversaryoftheirmoonflight,atChicago'sMuseumofScienceandIndustry,wheretheirspaceshipisdisplayed.WhenthethreemenreturnedtoearthonDecember27,theyweresurroundedbyaseaofjoy.Thatkindofcollectivejoy—bornofcollectiveeffort—canseembeyondusnow.Fromthefactoryfloortothethreemeninthespaceship,anestimated(估计)400,000peoplehadahandinmakingthemoonflightpossible.BehindthejoytherewasalsoadarkdangerApollo8mightface.Iftheastronautsmadeitintothemoonorbitbuttheirenginefailedtofirewhenitwastimetoreturn,rescuewouldbeimpossible.Theywouldcirclethemoonforever.Buttheastronautsdidcomehome,andintheprocesstheygavetheworldanothergift:thecelebratedphotographthatcametobeknownasEarthrise.Evenfiftyyearslater,BormanandLovellcontinuedtoplayjokesonAnders,85then.“I'mstilltryingtofigureoutwhodidit,”saidBorman,withawink(眨眼睛).“Youdidit,Ithink,”Lovellanswered.“Williamdidit,”Bormanadmits.“Hedidn'twantmetotakeitatfirst,”Anderssaid.“Ihaveneversaiditbeforepublicly,”saidBorman,“butI'mjustproudthatIwasabletoflywiththesetwotalentedguys.Youdidareallygoodjob.”24.ThemenpointedacameraoutofthewindowofApollo8________.A.toshowthemoontotheworldB.toreadsomesentencestotheaudience第114页共114页,C.todosomeresearchintotheancientmoonD.torecordwhattheyweredoinginthespacecraft25.WhatdangermighttheApollo8astronautsface?A.Theirenginemightexplodeintheorbit.B.Theywouldn'tlandonthemoonsuccessfully.C.Theymighthavenochancetoreturntotheearth.D.Theirspaceshipmightcatchfireinthereturningjourney.26.HowoldwasWilliamAnderswhenhewentintospaceinApollo8?A.27.B.30.C.35.D.50.27.Whatdoestheunderlinedword“it”inParagraph5referto?A.Theflight.B.Theearth.C.Thereading.D.Thepicture.CForthefirsttime,China'sSouthPoleresearcherscaneatfreshvegetablesgrownregularly,accordingtoWangZheng,thegrower,whocamehomelastmonthaftera400daymissioninAntarctica.“GrowingvegetablesinAntarcticaremindedmeofTheMartian,ascifimovieaboutanastronautwhosurvivesaloneontheMarsbyeatingpotatoeshegrowsthere,”WangsaidonFriday.“Itotallyunderstandthemaincharacterofthemovie.Iunderstandhowhefeelswhenhewatchesasmallgreenplantgrowinafragilemanmadeenvironment,”saidthe40yearolddoctor.ButheadmittedthattheconditionshefacedintheAntarcticweremuchbetterthanthoseinthefilm.Wangsaidthegrowthchamber(生长室)attheZhongshanStation,hadonlyalowyieldwhenitwasestablishedin2013.Theamountwastoosmalltomakeitpossibleforresearcherstohavevegetabledishes.Toincreasetheyield,hereducedthenumberofvegetablevarietiesandfocusedononlysomefastgrowingones,whichmakestheoutputstable.Asaresult,duringmuchofhisstaythere,atleastonevegetabledish,suchascucumbers,lettuceorcabbage,wasservedateverymealforagroupof18researchers.Wang,anorthopedist,saidheknewnothingaboutbotanyorfarmingbeforehearrivedatthestationinDecember,2014.“Iwasgiventhisjobprobablybecausemyofficeisnexttothegrowthchamber,andasadoctor,Ihadmoresparetimethanothers,”Wangsaid.Heconsideredmanyfactors,suchaslight,temperatureandhumidity.Lightmusicisplayedinthe16squaremetergreenhousearoundtheclock.“Mildmusicisgoodforvegetablegrowth,”hesaid.“Wealsoplayed第114页共114页,Buddhistmusic,whichhassoftmelody.”“Growersbeforemedidverygoodwork.Myjobwastomaintainthechamberandkeepeverythingworking.”Beforetheharvest,researchershadaverylimitedvegetablesupply—mostlypotatoesandcabbage,whichtasteawfulaftermonthsofstorage.“Becauseofoursuccessingrowingvegetables,wecanhavefreshvegetableseveryday,”hesaid.“TheRussianstationisnomorethanonekilometerawayfromours.WeevenhadenoughvegetablestoinviteourRussiancolleaguesfordinner.”28.AboutWangZheng,whichofthefollowingisTRUEaccordingtothetext?A.BeforeWangZheng,researchersinSouthPolehavenovegetablestoeat.B.HestayedinAntarcticaformorethanayearbeforehecamebackhome.C.HisideaofgrowingvegetablesinAntarcticacomesfromanastronaut.D.Hewassenttobreedvegetablesbecauseheisanexpertinit.29.WhatdoestheunderlinedwordinParagraph4probablymean?A.Wetness.B.Personality.C.Soil.D.Heat.30.Whichofthefollowingfactorsisnotnecessaryforvegetablegrowth?A.Light.B.Temperature.C.Humidity.D.Mildmusic.31.Whatcanweknowaccordingtothelastparagraph?A.TheformergrowersdidnotdoaswellasWangdid.B.ChineseandRussianresearchersgetonwellwitheachother.C.Cabbageandpotatoesarenotsuitableforcooking.D.TheRussianstationisfarawayfromtheChinesestation.DWhenshefirststartedlearningabouttheclimatechangefromoneofherelders,FawnSharpwasinvitedonahelicopterflightovertheOlympicMountainstosurveytheMountAndersonglacier.Buttheglacierwasgone,meltedbythewarmingclimate.Sharphadadeepsenseoflosswhenshediscoveredtheglacierwasn'tthereanymore.Lossisagrowingissueforpeopleworkingandlivingonthefrontlinesofclimatechange.AndthatgaveJenniferWrenAtkinson,afulltimelecturerattheUniversityofWashingtonBothell,US,anideaforaclass.Thisterm,shetaughtstudentsontheBothellcampusabouttheemotionalburdensofenvironmentalstudies.SheusedtheexperiencesofNativeAmericantribes(部落),scientistsandactivists,andaskedher24studentstofacetherealitythatthereisnoeasyfix—that“thisissuchanintractableproblemthatthey'regoingtobedealingwithitfortherestoftheirlives.”第114页共114页,StudentCodyDillonusedtobeaclimatescienceskeptic(怀疑论者).Thenhedidhisownreadingandresearch,andchangedhismind.Dillonwasn'tgoingintoenvironmentalwork—hewasacomputersciencemajor.Yet,thepotentialforaworldwideenvironmentalcatastropheseemedsorealtohimfiveyearsagothathequithisjobandbecameafulltimevolunteerforanenvironmentalgroupthatworkedonrestoration(恢复)projects.Sixmonthsintothework,hedecidedthatAtkinson'sclasswasjustwhathewaslookingfor—aplacewherehecoulddiscusshisconcernsaboutachangingclimate.Atkinsonsaidshehopestheclasshelpedherstudentspreparethemselvesfortheamountofenvironmentallossthatwillhappenovertheirlifetimes.“Wearealreadychangingtheplanet—somanyspeciesaregoingtobelost,displacedormassivelyimpacted,”shesaid.“Thefutureisn'tgoingtobewhattheyimagined.”32.WhydidtheauthormentionthecaseofFawnSharp?A.TolayabasisforFawnSharp'sfurtherresearch.B.ToproveFawnSharp'sworkissimilartoAtkinson's.C.Toleadintotheissueoflosscausedbyclimatechange.D.Toshowscientists'concernabouttheMountAndersonglacier.33.What'sthemainpurposeofAtkinson'sclass?A.Toexplorehowdifferentpeopledealwithclimatechange.B.Togetstudentsmoreconcernedabouttheenvironmentalissue.C.TofindsolutionstotheenvironmentalissueofOlympicMountains.D.Toteachstudentshowtoconductresearchaboutenvironment.34.Whichofthefollowingbestexplains“intractable”underlinedinParagraphThree?A.Simple.B.Difficult.C.Common.D.Interesting.35.HowdidAtkinson'sclassinfluenceDillon?A.Itmadehimworkasaparttimevolunteerforrestorationprojects.B.Itmadehimrealizeaplanetwideclimatedisasterwouldhappen.C.Itencouragedhimtobemoreinvolvedinenvironmentalprotection.D.Itdiscouragedhimtoworkonrestorationprojectsfortheenvironment.第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。第114页共114页,Concernaboutextinction—thepermanentlossofaspecies—motivatesawidevarietyofpeopletotakeactiontoprotectanimalspeciesatriskofdyingout.Animalprotectionandanimalrightsarefamiliarthemesassociatedwiththefieldofenvironmentalactivism.Certainly,endangeredanimalssuffernolackofsupport.__36__Surprisingly,someofthemostendangeredplantsarespeciesthat,upuntilrecently,wereusedbyhumansasnecessaryfoodcrops.__37__Inordertomaximizeproductivity,farmershavechosentofocusonahandfulofhighyieldcropsthatcanbeharvestedefficiently.Atonetime,thenumberofplantspeciesusedbyhumanstomeettheirnutritionalrequirementsnumberedabove7,000.Now,itisaround150.Someexpertsevenclaimthathumansactuallyrelyonmerelytwelvespeciesofplantsformostoftheirfood.Asinglefoodcropgenerallycontainsseveralspecies,whichmaybefurtherdividedintohundredsofvarieties,butthesevarietiesarequicklydisappearing.__38__EightypercentofthecornvarietiesgrowninMexicoin1930havedisappeared.Ninetypercentofthe10,000wheatvarietiescultivatedinChinain1949arenolongerused.__39__Cropdiversityisafactorthatensuresthecontinuationofcertainbeneficialnaturalprocessesinecosystems—thecyclingofnutrients,managementofpests,andmaintenanceofwaterquality.__40__Clearly,thereisanurgentneedtopreservetheplant'sirreplaceablecropdiversitybeforeitislostaltogether.A.Youprobablywanttoknowtheexactapproachtoprotectingendangeredplants.B.Also,cropdiversityprovidesthenecessarygenepooltosupplycropswithavarietyoftraits(特点).C.Threatenedbycurrentshortsightedfarmingtechniques,cropdiversityhasshrunkdramatically.D.However,endangeredplantsaredefendedbyfew.E.Examplesoflossesincropdiversityhavebeenrecordedworldwide.F.Thepermanentlossofplantspeciesrepresentsahugethreattohumanity.G.Thankstomodernfarmingtechniques,manycountrieshavetakenmeasurestoprotectthem.·117·118第114页共114页,···119··120·第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Onemorning,IwasjoggingandInoticedapersoninfrontofmeabout1/4mile.Icould__41__thathewasrunningalittleslowerthanmeandIthought,“Verywell,Ishalltryto__42__him.”Ihadaboutamiletogo__43__Ineededtoturnoff,soIstartedrunningfasterandfaster.Everyblock,Iwas__44__gettingclosertohimjustalittlebit.Justafewminuteslater,Iwasonlyabout100yardsfromhim,soIreallyspedup,__45__IwasrunningthelastlapofLondonOlympiccompetition.Iwasdeterminedtokeepupwithhim.Finally,Idid__46__it!Icaughtandpassedhim.Ireallyfeltgood,“I__47__him.”Ofcourse,hedidn'teverknowwewereracing.Afterpassinghim,IrealisedIhadbeensofocusedoncompetingagainsthimthatIhad__48__myturn.Ihadgonenearlysixblockspastit.Ihadtoturnaroundandgoback.Isn'titwhathappensinour__49__whenwefocusoncompetingwithclassmates,coworkers,neighbours,friends,family,tryingtooutdo(胜过)themortryingto__50__thatwearemoreimportantormoresuccessful?Inreality,wespendourtimeand__51__runningafterotherpeopleandwemissoutonourownpathstoourgivendestinies(命运).The__52__withunhealthycompetitionisthatit'saneverendingcycle.Therewillalwaysbesomebodyaheadofyou,someonewith__53__gradesoramoresatisfyingjob,moreeducation,anicercar,moremoneyinthebank,etc.Butbe__54__thatwecanbethebest.Wearecompetingwithnoone.Takewhatwehavebeen__55__,theheight,weightandpersonality.Weshouldfeelluckywiththemandstayfocusedandliveahealthylife.41.A.forgetB.tellC.admitD.argue42.A.foolB.warnC.catchD.encourage43.A.beforeB.becauseC.onceD.although44.A.secretlyB.finallyC.possiblyD.gradually45.A.ignoringB.doubtingC.thinkingD.announcing46.A.findB.rememberC.makeD.control第114页共114页,47.A.beatB.hitC.meetD.defend48.A.tookB.changedC.valuedD.missed49.A.lifeB.planC.mindD.dream50.A.promiseB.explainC.proveD.predict51.A.energyB.dreamC.wealthD.health52.A.problemB.possibilityC.requirementD.influence53.A.lowerB.betterC.furtherD.deeper54.A.satisfiedB.afraidC.confidentD.curious55.A.givenB.providedC.takenD.used第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。Rainforestsarethickforestsinthehotpartsoftheworld.Theyhaveagreateffect56.________theworldenvironment.Forexample,theyplay57.________partincontrollingtheclimate.Without58.________(they),climatewouldchangealot.What'smore,manyplantsareof59.________(important)inmedicalvalue.However,inthepasthundredyears,humans60.________(begin)destroyingrainforeststosearchforlandandwood.The61.________(hard)weharvestfromthem,themorecarbondioxideisreleasedintotheair,62.________affectstheclimate,environmentandourselvesasawhole.Meanwhile,wearelosingtheopportunity63.________(explore)themedicaluseoftheplants.Withthepopulationgrowing64.________(rapid),weindeedhaveanincreasingneedfor65.________(resource),butwewillsuffermoreintheendifwekeepondoingso.第四部分 写作(共两节,满分40分)第一节 应用文写作(满分15分)假定你是某中学学生李华,在你们班级留学的美国学生Bill无法适应这里的学习与生活,感到苦闷,他写信向你求助。请你用英文给他写一封回信。内容如下:1.深表同情;2.提出建议并给出理由(至少三条建议,如:参加学校社团活动,与朋友交流,做些户外活动等);3.希望建议能有所帮助。注意:1.词数80左右(开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数);2.可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。第114页共114页,DearBill,Iamsorrytoknowyouarehavingtroublewithyourlifeandstudyhere.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Hopemyadvicecanhelpyou.Yours,LiHua第二节 读后续写(满分25分)阅读下面材料,根据其内容和所给段落开头语续写两段,使之构成一篇完整的短文。StevewasthemostamazingpersoninallofMinneapolis,andhewasmycousin.Attheageof19,StevewasastarbaseballplayerattheUniversityofMinnesota.Iwantedtobeexactlylikehim.SowhenSteveaskedmetogowithhimonaspringfishingtripinnorthernMinnesota,Iwasexcited!Afterplanningthetrip,wegatheredclothesandsupplies,andbeganourgreatadventure.WereachedtheSuperiorNationalForestinnorthernMinnesotabyearlyevening.Onourwaytothecampsite,Stevepointedtoasmallhousefarawayinoneofthemountains,sayingthatitwastherangerstation(护林站)wheretheforesterworked.Finally,afteralongwalk,wereachedthecampsiteandsetupthecampasthesunwassetting.Steveknewallthetricksofanexperiencedwildernesscamper.Afterwegatheredenoughwoodfromtheforest,hestartedthecampfireusingonlystoneandsteel—nomatches.Forsupperwefeastedonfreezedriedbeef,wildriceandpeasoup.Iategreedilyafterallthatwork.Tiredenough,weclimbedintooursleepingbagsearlyandtalkedaboutourplansforfishingthenextday.Wewerestilltalkingquietlywhenasuddennorthwindpickedup;thetemperaturedroppedanditbegantosnow.Stevefoundawaytoincreasethetemperatureinsidethetent.Hedraggedalogfromtheforesttotheoppositesideofthecampfire.Thenhewrappedaluminumfoil(铝箔)aroundthelog.Theheatfromthefirewasreflectedbythefoilandwentintothetent.Soonimagesoflakefishwerefillingmydreams.第114页共114页,Thesnowhadstopped,butsometimelaterapowerfulwindmusthavekickeduptheflamesofourdyingfire.IwassuddenlyawakenedbySteve.Ourtentwasonfire.Frightened,Iranoutofthetentimmediately.Thetentcollapsed(倒塌)withSteveinside.Withoutanythoughtofendangeringmyself,Ireachedintotheburningtentandpulledhimtotheicylake.Fortunately,wewerenotseriouslyhurt.注意:1.续写词数应为150左右;2.请按如下格式作答。Later,aswestoodbytheburningtenttokeepwarm,weconsideredourdifficultsituation.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Suddenly,weheardanoiseintheforest.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________单元素养评估(五)第一部分听力材料:Text1W:Jimmy,takethisumbrellawithyou.M:Why?It'safineday,isn'tit?W:Yes,buttheweathermansaidit'sgoingtorainthisafternoon.Text2W:Whatahotday!DoyoualwayshaveweatherlikethisinMay?M:Generallyit'smuchbetterthanthis.AndIcan'trememberwhenwehadsucharainyday.Text3W:Thetemperaturehasreached31℃belowzero.Ican'tbearit.第114页共114页,M:NeithercanI.Thenewspapersaysmanypeoplediedlastmonth,and71percentofthemwereover65.Text4W:Goodmorning,canIhelpyou?M:Yes,I'dliketoknowsomethingabouttheweatherinArizonainthecomingweek.W:Well,itwillbefairlyhotandtherewillbemuchrain.M:Isee.Thanksverymuchforyourhelp.Text5M:Hello.W:Hello.CanIhelpyou?M:Yes,Iwanttoknowwhythere'snoelectricity.W:Sorry,sir.There'sbeenapowercut.M:Well,whenwillitcomeonagain?W:It'susuallyoffforabouthalfanhour,soweexpectitbackateightthirty.Text6M:It'sabeautifulday,isn'tit?W:Yes,niceandsunny.M:It'smuchbetterthanlastweek.Itwastoowarmthen.W:I'mgladsummerisover.Ilikeautumnbest.M:SodoI.It'sneithertoohotnortoocold.Theskyisclearandblue.W:It'sagoodtimetohaveapicnic.Doyouwanttohaveonethisweekend?M:I'dloveto,butIthinkit'sgoingtorain.Theweathermansaiditwill.W:Idon'tthinkhe'sright.Ithasn'trainedforaweek.M:Butheisusuallyrightinhisweathernews.W:I'msurewe'llhavefineweatherforourpicnic.Text7M:Lovelyday,isn'tit?W:Mmm,yes,it'sreallywarm.Andit'ssupposedtogetwarmer.M:Yes,that'strue.Youknow,though,I'malwaysalittlesorrytoseewintergo.W:Really?M:Well,Iloveskating.Infact,Iusedtoteachskatingforliving.第114页共114页,W:Oh?Thatsoundsinteresting.Butwhatdoyoudonow?M:IworkatBankofAmerica.Howaboutyou?W:I'mwiththeradiostation.M:Here?W:No,I'mfromChicago.I'mjustvisitinghereforthewedding.M:Oh,Isee.W:Bytheway,IguessIshouldintroducemyself.I'mKateGreen.M:Nicetomeetyou.MynameisJohnSmith.Text8M:Hello,Mrs.Miles.I'mfromSunInsurance.I'mvisitingquiteafewhomesinthisareaactually.Thestormdidalotofdamage.W:Well,you'vebeenquick.Ionlyphonedtwodaysago.M:Iknow.Well,let'sstarthereatthefront,shallwe?Um,you'vegotalotoftilesmissingofftheroof.W:Yes.Thechimneywasdamagedaswell.M:Oh,yes.Someofthebrickshaveblownoff.Anythingelse?W:Um,youcanseethebedroomwindowontheleftwasdestroyed.I'vejustputsomeboardsoverit.M:OK.Let'swalkroundtotheback.W:Hereweare.M:Goodness,thattree'sfallendownrightontothefence!W:Yes.It'sarealpity.Thatwasalovelytree.Theshedroofwasdamagedtoo,I'mafraid.M:Isee.I'vegotallthat.I'llwriteupmyreportandwe'llletyouhaveacheckassoonaspossible.Text9M:HeyKaren,itlookslikeyou'vegotsomesunthisweekend.W:Yeah,Iguessso.Ispenttheweekendatthebeach.M:Oh,yeah,that'sgreat.Wheredidyoustay?W:Somefriendsofmyparents'liveoutthereandtheyinvitedmeforaslongasIwantedtostay.M:Sowhatareyoudoingbackherealready?W:Oh,Ihaveapapertoworkon,andIjustcouldn'tdoanyseriousstudyingatthebeach.第114页共114页,M:Idon'tblameyou.Sowhatdidyoudooutthere?Imeanbesideslyingoutinthesun.W:Iranslowlyupanddownthebeach,andIplayedsomevolleyball.YouknowIneverrealizedhowharditistorunonsand.Icouldn'tevengetthroughawholegamebeforeIhadtositdown.M:Didyougoswimming?W:Iwantedto,buttheysaidthewaterisn'twarmenoughforthatuntilacoupleofmonthsfromnow.M:Itallsoundsnice.IwishIcouldgetawaytothebeachlikethat.Text10Earthquakesaresomethingthatmostpeoplefear.Therearesomeplaceswhichhavefewornoearthquakes.Mostplacesintheworld,however,havethemregularly.Someplaces,likeIranandGuatemalahavethemregularly.Countriesthathavealotofearthquakesareusuallyquitemountainous.ThemosttalkedaboutearthquakeintheUnitedStateswasinSanFranciscoin1906.Over500peoplediedinit.ThestrongestoneinNorthAmericawasin1964.IthappenedinAlaska.Earthquakesarenottheonlyactsofnaturethatpeoplefear.Floodsandtidalwavesalsocausepeopletobeafraid.Sodobadstormsliketyphoonsandcyclones.Sometimesthesethingscauselotsofdeaths.In1970,cycloneandtidalwavekilledover200,000inPakistan.Thesekindsofthingsmadepeopleafraidandtheyareverydangerous.Buttheydonotworrypeopleasmuchasearthquakes,especiallyinthemoderntimes.Thereasonisthatweoftenknowtheyarecoming,wehavesomewarning.Sofar,however,nosurewayisknowntopredictanearthquake.Whenonecomes,itisasurprise.Peoplecannotprepareforit.答案:1~5 CCBAB 6~10 CACCA 11~15 BACAC16~20 BCCAB第二部分第一节A【语篇解读】 这篇文章主要讲了世界上的许多人在成功之前都遭遇了失败,并且为我们列举了几个非常有名的人物。第114页共114页,21.答案与解析:B 推理判断题。由“However,duringhislifetime,VanGoghsoldonlyonepaintingforaverysmallamountofmoney.”可推断出梵·高是在去世之后才闻名于全世界的,故选B。22.答案与解析:C 推理判断题。由“Histeachersandparentsthoughthewasslow,sohewasexpelledfromschoolandcouldn'tgetintotheZurichPolytechnicSchool.”可推断出爱因斯坦退学,最可能的原因就是老师认为他很笨,故选C。23.答案与解析:D 推理判断题。由“Manyoftheworld'smostsuccessfulpeoplewereoncefailures.Herearethestoriesofafewofthem.”可推断出这些人的共同之处在于他们在成功之前都遭遇了失败,故选D。B【语篇解读】 本文是一篇记叙文。文章主要讲述了1968年圣诞节的前四天,弗兰克·博尔曼、詹姆斯·洛弗尔和威廉·安德斯冒险前往月球,成为第一批靠近月球并绕其轨道飞行的人类。在这个过程中,他们还给了世界另一份礼物:一张后来被称为“地出”的著名的照片。24.答案与解析:A 细节理解题。根据第一段中的OnChristmasEve,theypointedaTVcameraoutofthewindowofApollo8andshowedaglobalaudienceof1billiontheancientmoonmovingslowlybelowtheirspaceship.(在圣诞节前夜,他们将一台电视摄像机对准“阿波罗8号”的窗外,向全球10亿观众展示了这颗古老的月球在他们的宇宙飞船下方缓慢移动)可知,这个人把一台电视摄像机对准“阿波罗8号”的窗外,是为了向世界展示月球,故选A项。25.答案与解析:C 推理判断题。根据第三段中的Iftheastronautsmadeitintothemoonorbitbuttheirenginefailedtofirewhenitwastimetoreturn,rescuewouldbeimpossible.Theywouldcirclethemoonforever.可推断出,“阿波罗8号”宇航员面临的危险是他们可能没有机会返回地球,故选C项。26.答案与解析:C 细节理解题。根据第四段Evenfiftyyearslater,BormanandLovellcontinuedtoplayjokesonAnders,85then.(即使在五十年后,博尔曼和洛弗尔仍然继续拿当时85岁的安德斯开玩笑)可知,威廉·安德斯乘“阿波罗8号”进入太空时的年龄是:85-50=35。故选C项。27.答案与解析:D 词义猜测题:根据上文Buttheastronautsdidcomehome,andintheprocesstheygavetheworldanothergift:thecelebratedphotographthatcametobeknownasEarthrise.(但宇航员们确实回家了,在这个过程中,他们给了世界另一份礼物:那张后来被称为“地出”的著名的照片)可推断出“it”指代的是上文的“photograph”,故选D项。C第114页共114页,【语篇解读】 本文是一篇说明文。文章主要讲了中国南极研究人员自己培育出新鲜蔬菜的事。28.答案与解析:B 细节理解题。根据第一段“...accordingtoWangZheng,thegrower,whocamehomelastmonthaftera400daymissioninAntarctica,”可知,种植者王征在南极洲执行了400天的任务。由此可知,B选项“他在南极洲待了一年多才回家”的描述正确,故选B。29.答案与解析:A 词义猜测题。根据第四段第三句“Heconsideredmanyfactors,suchaslight,temperatureandhumidity.”可知,他考虑了许多因素,如光线、温度和湿度。由此可知,划线词意为“湿度”。故选A。30.答案与解析:D 推理判断题。根据第四段倒数第二句“‘Mildmusicisgoodforvegetablegrowth,’hesaid.”可知,柔和的音乐有利于蔬菜的生长。由此推断“柔和的音乐”是有利条件,而不是必需条件,故选D。31.答案与解析:B 推理判断题。根据最后一段中的“TheRussianstationisnomorethanonekilometerawayfromours.WeevenhadenoughvegetablestoinviteourRussiancolleaguesfordinner.(俄罗斯站离我们不超过一公里。我们甚至有足够的蔬菜邀请我们的俄罗斯同事共进晚餐)”可知,中国的研究人员和俄罗斯的研究人员相处得很好,故选B。D【语篇解读】 本文是一篇夹叙夹议文。FawnSharp通过一次搭乘直升机飞行的经历认识到了冰川融化和环境污染问题的严重性,同时JenniferWrenAtkinson决定给学生开设课程,教学生如何面对环境污染,她的课程让很多学生关注环境问题。32.答案与解析:C 考查推理判断。通读第一段可知,FawnSharp在一次直升机飞行中意识到气候变化导致了冰川融化;由此可推知,作者在第一段中提及FawnSharp的例子是为了引出下文气候变化导致环境问题的话题,故选C。33.答案与解析:B 考查细节理解。根据第三段中的“andaskedher24studentstofacetherealitythatthereisnoeasyfix—that‘thisissuchanintractableproblemthatthey'regoingtobedealingwithitfortherestoftheirlives.’”可知,她让她的24个学生面对这个事实——没有简单的解决方法,这是一个很难解决的问题,学生们将用他们的余生来解决这个问题。由此可知,Atkinson的课的目的是让学生更加关注环境问题,故选B。34.答案与解析:B 考查词义猜测。根据上文可知,Atkinson用美洲土著部落、科学家以及积极分子们的经历让她的24个学生面对这个事实——没有简单的解决方法,并结合该句“thisissuchanintractableproblemthatthey'regoingtobedealingwithitfortherestoftheirlives”可知,这是一个如此困难的问题以至于学生们要用他们的余生来解决它,故选B。第114页共114页,35.答案与解析:C 考查推理判断。根据倒数第三段“Sixmonthsintothework...discusshisconcernsaboutachangingclimate”可知,Dillon在环保组织做了六个月志愿者之后,他认为在Atkinson的课堂上他可以讨论他对气候变化的担忧;由此可推知,Atkinson的课鼓励Dillon参与环境保护,故选C。第二节【语篇解读】 本文是一篇说明文。主要讲述了人类为了提高粮食生产率,采用目光短浅的耕作技术导致了大量农作物品种的迅速消失,一些品种甚至绝种,进而强烈呼吁——保护人类粮食作物的多样性迫在眉睫。36.答案与解析:D 第一段主要介绍当前有许多人关注并支持濒危动物保护事业,而对濒危植物保护的关注与支持则不尽如人意。因此这两种情况应是转折对比关系,故选D项“However,endangeredplantsaredefendedbyfew.”。37.答案与解析:C 第二段第一句说“令人惊讶的是,直到最近,一些最濒危的植物还在被人类用作必要的粮食作物”,所以下文应该是选与之作强烈对比的选项,以点明当前大量植物濒危的原因,“由于受到当前目光短浅的耕作技术的威胁,农作物的多样性正在急剧减少”。故选C项。38.答案与解析:E 第四段设空处前面说“单一粮食作物通常所包含的数百个变种正在迅速消失”,设空处后面是在举例说明,“Examplesoflossesincropdiversityhavebeenrecordedworldwide.”,故选E项。39.答案与解析:F 设空处位于段首,是主旨句。其后一句在谈保持作物多样性的好处,所以根据语境可知,设空处应选F项,“植物物种的永久丧失是对人类的巨大威胁”。40.答案与解析:B 根据上下文语境可知,设空处所在段为“总分”结构,空格前句谈了保持作物多样性的一些好处,所以该设空处应该是继续谈其他的好处,“Also,cropdiversityprovidesthenecessarygenepooltosupplycropswithavarietyoftraits.”此外,作物多样性还能提供必要的基因库,从而为作物提供多样性特征。故选B项。第三部分第一节【语篇解读】 本文是一篇哲理性文章。本文通过作者和其他人之间的所谓的比赛,说明了这样一个道理:在现实生活中,我们花费时间和精力去追赶其他人,但在此过程中我们却错失了我们自己的命运路径。建议人们不要和别人比较,接受已拥有的东西,过健康的生活。41.答案与解析:B 考查动词。句意:“我”看出他跑得比“我”慢一些。forget“忘记”;tell“看出,判断”;admit“承认”;argue“争论”,故选B。42.答案与解析:C 考查动词。由46空后的“Icaughtandpassedhim.”可知,“我”要努力赶上他。fool“愚弄”;warn“警告”;catch“赶上”;encourage“鼓励”,故选C。第114页共114页,43.答案与解析:A 考查连词。句意:在“我”拐弯儿之前,“我”还要跑一英里。before“在……之前”;because“因为”;once“一旦”;although“尽管”,故选A。44.答案与解析:D 考查副词。句意:每到一个街区,“我”都逐渐地离他越来越近。secretly“秘密地”;finally“最后”;possibly“可能”;gradually“逐渐地”,故选D。45.答案与解析:C 考查动词。句意:几分钟之后,“我”距离他只有100码,所以“我”开始加速,想象这是伦敦奥林匹克竞赛的最后一圈。ignore“忽略”;doubt“怀疑”;think“想,想象”;announce“宣布”,故选C。46.答案与解析:C 考查固定短语。由空前“Icaughtandpassedhim.”可知,最终“我”成功超越了他。makeit“做到,成功”,故选C。47.答案与解析:A 考查动词。句意:“我”打败了他。beat“打败”;hit“打击”;meet“遇见”;defend“防护”,故选A。48.答案与解析:D 考查动词。由空后“Ihadgonenearlysixblockspastit.”可知,“我”太专注于比赛,而错过了拐弯儿。take“拿”;change“改变”;value“重视”;miss“错过”,故选D。49.答案与解析:A 考查名词。句意:这不正如发生在“我们”生活中的事吗?life“生活”;plan“计划”;mind“介意”;dream“梦想”,故选A。50.答案与解析:C 考查动词。句意:这不正如发生在“我们”生活中的事吗?“我们”专注于和同学、同事、朋友、邻居和家人竞争的时候,努力超过他们或者努力证明“我们”更重要或是更成功。promise“许诺”;explain“解释”;prove“证明”;predict“预测”,故选C。51.答案与解析:A 考查名词。句意:在现实生活中,“我们”花费时间和精力去追赶其他人,却错失了“我们”自己的命运路径。energy“精力”;dream“梦想”;wealth“财富”;health“健康”,故选A。52.答案与解析:A 考查名词。句意:这种不良竞争的问题是:它是一个永不休止的循环。problem“问题”;possibility“可能性”;requirement“要求”;influence“影响”,故选A。53.答案与解析:B 考查形容词。句意:总有一些人在你的前面,他们有更好的成绩,或者是更令人满意的工作,更好的教育,更漂亮的汽车,银行里有更多的钱。lower“更低”;better“更好”;further“更远”;deeper“更深”,故选B。54.答案与解析:C 考查形容词。由空后“thatwecanbethebest”可知,我们要自信。satisfied“满意的”;afraid“害怕的”;confident“自信的”;curious“好奇的”,故选C。55.答案与解析:A 考查动词。句意:接受“我们”已经被给予的身高、体重和性格。give“给予”;provide“提供”;take“拿”;use“用”,故选A。第114页共114页,第二节【语篇解读】 本文是一篇说明文。介绍了热带雨林对环境和人类非常重要,因此我们应该停止对它们的破坏。56.答案与解析:on haveaneffecton...对……有影响。57.答案与解析:a 此处的part是可数名词,其发音以辅音音素开头,需要用不定冠词a修饰,playapartin在……方面起作用。58.答案与解析:them 作介词without的宾语用宾格。59.答案与解析:importance 作介词of的宾语用名词。60.答案与解析:havebegun 根据时间状语inthepasthundredyears可知,此处强调过去的动作对现在造成的影响,应该用现在完成时。61.答案与解析:harder 此处是“the+比较级,the+比较级”结构,表示“越……,就越……”。62.答案与解析:which 此处为非限制性定语从句,关系词指代整个主句的内容并在从句中作主语,故用which。63.答案与解析:toexplore 不定式作后置定语修饰opportunity,意为“……的机会”。64.答案与解析:rapidly 修饰动词growing用副词。65.答案与解析:resources resource表示“具体的资源”时是可数名词,此处用复数形式表泛指。第四部分第一节参考范文:DearBill,Iamsorrytoknowyouarehavingtroublewithyourlifeandstudyhere.However,thesituationiseasytochange.Now,I'dliketogiveyousomeadvice.Firstly,joinsomeschoolclubs,whereyoucanmakesomefriends.Secondly,communicatewiththepeoplewhohavethesameinterestwithyou.Maybeitcangetridofyourloneliness.Thirdly,osomeoutdooractivitiesandtheycanmakeyourelaxed.Bydoingallthese,youcangetusedtoyourschoollifeandlivehappily.Hopemyadvicecanhelpyou.Yours,LiHua第二节参考范文:第114页共114页,Later,aswestoodbytheburningtenttokeepwarm,weconsideredourdifficultsituation.Ourcampsitewasinthedeepoftheforest,reallyfarawayfromthehighway.Wewereinthemiddleofnowhere,wearingonlyunderwear,withoursuppliesburntintoashes,includingourcellphones.EvenStevewasunsureofwhattodonext.Theonlythingwecoulddowasjustsitinthecoldairandwonderhowtogetoutoftheforest.Suddenly,weheardanoiseintheforest.Anxiouslywelistenedandstaredintothedarkness.Ajeepappeared.Aforesterspottedthelightfromthefireandcametohaveacheck.Wejumpedintothewarmvehicleandtheforesterdroveustotherangerstation,whereweweregivenclothesandwereabletocallourparents.SteveandIhadmanymorecampingadventuresfromthenon,butitwasonthistripthatStevebegantotreatmemorelikeafriendratherthanayoungercousin.Ourfriendshipcontinuestothisday.第114页共114页,外研版(2019)高中英语选择性必修第一册Unit6单元测试卷(时间:120分钟 满分:150分)第一部分 听力(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共5小题;每小题1.5分,满分7.5分)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。听完每段对话后,你都有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。1.Whenwillthepartystart?A.7:15.B.7:45.C.8:00.2.What’stheprobablerelationshipbetweenthetwospeakers?A.Teacherandstudent.B.Bossandsecretary.C.Interviewerandinterviewee.3.Whydidthemanturndowntheoffer?A.Thelongworkinghours.B.Thelowsalary.C.Thebadworkingconditions.4.Whichclubwillthemanjoin?A.Thefilmclub.B.Thetravelclub.C.Thesportsclub.5.Wherearethetwospeakers?A.Ataclothesshop.B.Inarestaurant.C.Intheoffice.第二节(共15小题;每小题1.5分,满分22.5分)听下面5段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题5秒钟;听完后,各小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。第114页共114页,听第6段材料,回答第6、7题。6.Whyisthemanstopped?A.Hewasspeeding.B.Hestoleacar.C.Hehasnodriver’slicense.7.Whatwillthemando?A.Hewillbesenttohishomebythepolice.B.Hewillbetakentothepolicestation.C.Hewilldrivehiscaraway.听第7段材料,回答第8、9题。8.Whatdoesthewomanwantthemantodo?A.Pickupthepaperonthefloor.B.Buysomepaperfortheprinter.C.Buysomeinkfortheprinter.9.Whatwillthewomandototelltheman?A.Sendanemail.B.Makeacall.C.Textamessage.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.WhatdoesRicharddo?A.He’sanewsman.B.He’samanager.C.He’saresearcher.11.WhereisRichardgoingnextweek?A.Birmingham.B.MexicoCity.C.Shanghai.12.Whatwillthespeakersdotomorrow?A.Eatouttogether.B.Visitauniversity.C.SeeProfessorHayes.听第9段材料,回答第13至16题。13.Whattopicdoesthespeakertalkabout?第114页共114页,A.Thebestwaysofmakingsocialcontacts.B.Thebestwaysoffindingaprivatehouse.C.ThebestwaysofpracticingEnglish.14.Whatmakesocialcontactinaforeigncountrydifficult?A.Thelanguageandthegroupactivities.B.Thecustomsandgroupactivities.C.Thelanguageandcustoms.15.WhatcanpeopledotohelpthemselvesintheUK?A.WorkintheUKandliveinaprivatehouse.B.Takepartinactivitiesinthelocalcommunity.C.Borrowsomebooksfromthelibrary.16.Wherecanpeoplefindinformationaboutcommunityactivities?A.Inthenoticeboardinthelocalcommunity.B.Inprivatehousesandthepubliclibrary.C.Inthetownhallorthepubliclibrary.听第10段材料,回答第17至20题。17.Whatproblemhasthewomanhad?A.She’sjustlostherticket.B.She’stakenthewrongtrain.C.She’sjustmissedhertrain.18.Whichtraincanthewomantake?A.The4:20train.B.The5:15train.C.The6:30train.19.Whatdoesthewomandotogetthenexttrain?A.Changeforanewticketandpayanextra£3.50.B.Buyanewticketandpayanextra£11.C.Waitforthetrainafter7o’clock.20.Howlongdoesittakethewomantotakethetrain?A.45minutes.B.75minutes.C.90minutes.第二部分 阅读(共两节,满分50分)第一节(共15小题;每小题2.5分,满分37.5分)阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出最佳选项。第114页共114页,AThesoundthatwokeDamianLanguellat8:15amwassoloudthatheassumeditcamefrominsidehishouse.Ashegotuptoinvestigate,heheardanothersound,thisonecomingmostdefinitelyfromoutside.Lookingoutofhisbedroomwindow,hespiedatreeengulfed(淹没)insmokeabout500yardsaway.Acarwaswrappedaroundthetree’sbase,itsengineonfire.Grabbingbucketsofwater,Languellandhisgirlfriendrantothecrashsite.Thewrecklookedworseupclose.Thecar,a1998Buick,wassplitnearlyintwo,andthetreewaswherethedriver’sseatoughttohavebeen,asifplantedthere.Nooneshouldhavesurvivedthiscrash,andyettherewas16-year-oldQuintinThompson,histerrifiedfacepressedagainstthedriver’ssidewindow,invisiblepain.Languelltriedputtingoutthefirewithhisbucketsofwaterwithnosuccess.Whentheflamesgotintothefrontseats,herealizedhehadtogettheboyoutofthere.Inanactthatapolicereportdescribedasshowing“completedisregardforhisownsafety”,LanguellopenedtheBuick’sbackdoorandcrawledin.Thompsonwasstrugglingtogetfree,Languellsays.“That’swhenInoticedhowbadhislegswere.”Usingapocketknifehe’dhadtheforesighttobringwithhim,hesawedthroughThompson’sseatbelt.NowthatThompsonwasfree,Languellpulledhimoutabackwindowofthevehicle,thendraggedtheteentosafetybeforetheentirecarwasengulfedinflames.AlthoughThompsonsufferedmultiplefractures(骨折)tohislegs,spine,andface,asocialmediapostdescribedhimas“lookinggreat,smiling,andjoking.”Languellthinksaboutthatdayoften.“MyheartgoesouttoThompson.Whenyouarethatclosetothatlevelofhurt,youfeelitsodirectly.”21.WhenDamianheardthebigsound,   A.hecalled911immediatelyB.hestayedinsidehishouseC.hewokeuphisgirlfriendD.hegotuptoseewhathappened22.WhenDamianrushedtothecrashsite,   . A.thepolicehadarrivedB.thewholecarwascompletelyinflamesC.Thompsonwasterrifiedandpainful第114页共114页,D.Thompsonwassmilingandjoking23.WecandescribeThompsonas   . A.braveB.luckyC.simple-mindedD.warm-hearted24.WhatplayedthemostimportantroleinThompson’ssurvival?A.Hisownbraveryandpersistence.B.Theseveralbucketsofwater.C.Thetimelyarrivalofthepolice.D.ThepocketknifeDamiancarriedwithhim.BEventhoughthesemonumentsareextremelywellknown,theyholdsecretsthatnotmanypeopleareawareof.EmpireStateBuildingOnthe103rdflooroftheEmpireStateBuildinginNewYork,thereisasecretobservationdeckthatnotalotofpeopleknowabout.Toaccessthebalcony,youhavetotakeaseriesofelevatorsandthenaverysteep,narrowstaircase.Theobservationdeckisn’topentothepublic,butmanycelebritieshavebeenphotographedthere.EiffelTowerThereisasecretapartmentandofficeattheverytopoftheEiffelTowerthathasjustrecentlybecomeopentothepublic.In1889,GustaveEiffel,theengineerofthisfamousParislandmark,builthimselfaprivateapartmentandoffice.IthasbeenrestoredandhaswaxmodelsofGustave,hisdaughter,andAmericaninventorThomasEdisonondisplay.StatueofLibertyThereisactuallyaroominthetorchoftheStatueofLibertythatshowcasesbreathtakingviewsofthecity.Peopleusedtobeabletovisitthatroomuntil1916whenGermanagentsblewupanearbywharf(码头).TheexplosionsentbrokenpiecesintotheraisedarmofLadyLiberty,makingthestaircaseuptothehiddenroomunsafe.DisneylandHardcoreDisneyfansmightthinktheyknowallofthesecretsofthepark,afamousU.S.landmark,butmanyhaven’theardofClub33.ThisexclusiverestaurantishiddenbehindanunmarkeddoorinDisneyland’sNewOrleansSquare.Ifyouwantto第114页共114页,dinehereonyournexttriptoDisneyland,don’tgetyourhopesup.Itcosts$25,000tojointheclub,plusanannualfeeof$12,000.25.Whatdothemonumentshaveincommon?A.TheyareallinEurope.B.Theyallhaveskyscrapers.C.Theyareallthebest-known.D.Theyallhidelittle-knownsecrets.26.Whichofthefourhastheeasiestaccess?A.Disneyland.B.EiffelTower.C.StatueofLiberty.D.EmpireStateBuilding.27.Whichcanbeusedtoreplacetheunderlinedword“exclusive”inthelastparagraph?A.Attractive.B.Expensive.C.Wonderful.D.Beautiful.CPopulationdataforEuropeanmountainbirdshavebeenforthefirsttimecombinedinarecentstudy,withworryingresults:theabundancesofmountain-specialistbirdshasdeclinedbyasmuchas10%inthe2000s.Ecologicalcommunitiesinmountainareasincludespeciesnotfoundinanyotherhabitats.Thesespeciesarealsoverysusceptibletoclimatechange,asglobalwarmingisreducingtheirliveablehabitats.Inprinciple,speciesmayrelocatefurtherupthemountains,butclosertothetoptheirhabitatinevitablyshrinks.Accordingtothenewarticle,theabundanceofEuropeanmountainbirdshasinfactdeclinedinlinewithclimatechangeprojections.Therecentlyreleasedstudyexaminedthepopulationtrendsof44birdspeciesinthe2000sinthemountainandfellregionsofFennoscandia,GreatBritain,theAlpsandtheIberianPeninsula.Adeclinewasseenin14oftheobservedspecies,whileeightofthemsawsignificantincrease.“Onaverage,populationdeclineamongthespeciesstudiedwas7%overthe13-yearresearchperiod,makingthesituationofmountainbirdsdistinctlyworsecomparedto,forexample,Europeanforestbirds,whosenumbersdidnotchangeduringthesameperiod,”explainsAleksiLehikoinen,anAcademyofFinlandresearchfellowattheFinnishMuseumofNaturalHistoryLuomus(partoftheUniversityofHelsinki),whoheadedthestudy.第114页共114页,ThesituationisthedirestforspeciesthatonlyinhabitmountainregionsandareunabletoliveinotherEuropeanenvironments.Forthesespecies,knownasmountainspecialists,thenumbersdwindledbyasmuchas10%duringthemonitoringperiod.28.WhatcanwegetfromthepassageaboutEuropeanmountainbirds?A.Theyarenewlyfoundspecies.B.Theycanbefoundatanyplaceoftheworld.C.Thenumberofthebirdshasdecreasedgreatly.D.Thenumberofthebirdshasincreasedgreatly.29.Whydidtheliveablehabitatsofthespeciesreduce?A.Airpollutions.B.Globalwarming.C.Humanactivities.D.Competitionwithotherspecies.30.WhichoneisTRUEaccordingtoarecentlyreleasedstudy?A.All44birdspeciesdecreased.B.Only8ofthespeciesdeclined.C.14oftheobservedspeciesdeclined.D.Therewasnochangeinthenumberofthebirdspecies.31.Whatdoestheword“direst”meaninthelastparagraph?A.Serious.B.Useful.C.Suitable.D.Waterless.DAnewstudyestablishesthatenvironmentaldamagecausedbycornproductionresultsin4,300prematuredeathsannuallyintheUnitedStates,representingcostof$39billion.Thepaper,publishedinthepeer-reviewedjournalNatureSustainability,presentshowresearchershaveestimatedforthefirsttimethehealthdamagescausedbycornproductionusingdetailedinformationonpollutionemissions,pollutiontransportbywind,andhumanexposuretoincreasedairpollutionlevels.Thestudyalsoshowshowthedamagetohumanhealthofproducingalitre(升)ofcorndiffersfromregiontoregionandhow,insomeareas,thehealthdamagesofcornproductionaregreaterthanitsmarketprice.第114页共114页,“ThedeathscausedperlitreinwesterncornbeltstatessuchasMinnesota,Iowa,andNebraskatendtobelowerthanineasterncornbeltstatessuchasIllinois,Indiana,andOhio,”saidleadresearcherJasonHill.It’simportantforfarmerstohavethisinformationsothattheycancarryoutpracticesthatreducetheenvironmentalinfluenceofthecropstheygrow.Farmerscangreatlyimprovetheenvironmentalprofileoftheircornbyusingprecisionagriculturetoolsandswitchingtofertilizersthathavelowerammonia(氨)emissions.Thestudy’sresultsalsosuggestpotentialbenefitsfromimprovingnitrogenuseefficiency,switchingtocropsrequiringlessfertilizer,andchangingthelocationwherecornisgrown.Awarethatchangesinpracticescantaketimeandplanning,Hillsuggestsfarmerscouldbeofferedmotivationtoswitchtocropsthatdemandlessappliednitrogenwhilestillofferingmarketandnutritionalbenefits.Hillsaid,“Thenumberofdeathsrelatedtocornproductioncouldbereducedthroughthesekeystrategies”.32.Whichofthestateshasthelowestdeathratecausedbycornproduction?A.Nebraska.B.Illinois.C.Indiana.D.Ohio.33.Whichofthefollowingisnotadvisedtodoforfarmerstoreducetheenvironmentalimpactofcorn?A.Improvenitrogenuseefficiency.B.Plantcropswithnofertilizer.C.Changethecorn’slocation.D.Usingprecisionagriculturetools.34.WhatisJasonHill’sattitudetopreventingdeathscausedbycornproduction?A.Indifferent.B.Optimistic.C.Pessimistic.D.Neutral.35.Inwhichpartofawebsitewillyoufindthistext?A.Healthandlifestyle.B.Artanddesign.C.Scienceandenvironment.D.Fashionandbusiness.第二节(共5小题;每小题2.5分,满分12.5分)第114页共114页,阅读下面短文,从短文后的选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有两项为多余选项。HowtoGrowOrganicTomatoesinaContainerAnyonewhohasseentomatoesgrowinginagardenknowsthattheytendtobehugeplants. 36 Sothefirstthingtodowhenconsideringgrowingtomatoesinapotistofindasuitablevariety. Afteryoufindtheperfectplant,itistimetoplantit.Ingeneral,plasticorfiberglasspotsarebestforgrowingtomatoes.Theydon’tdryoutquickly.Whiletomatoesloveheat,theydon’tlikebeingdry. 37 Besides,tomatoesneedtogrowinareasonablylargepot.Apotmustbe8inchesdeep.That’stheabsoluteminimum.A12-or16-inchpotisevenbetter. Anygoodqualityorganicpottingsoilworksfortomatoes.Don’tusesoildugdirectlyfromthegarden. 38 Compost-basedsoil,whetherpurchasedormixedfromyourspecialrecipe,isnice.Whenplantingthetomato,putsomesoilinthebottomofthepotandsettheplantin.Afteryouhavetheplantsetattheproperlevel,fillinarounditwithsoil.Thesoilshouldgouptoaboutaninchbelowtherimofthepottoallowroomforwatering.  39 Thebestwaytotellwhentowateristostickyourfingerintothesoil—ifthefirsttwoinchesaredry,it’stimetowater. Thetrickiestthingaboutgrowingtomatoesinapotisthattheyareheavyfeeders.Everytimeyouwater,youwashnutrientsoutofthesoil.Sofertilize(施肥)regularly.Onceamonthisgood.Buteveryotherweek,applyingthefertilizerathalf-strengthisbetter. 40  A.Itistooheavyforcontainergardens.B.That’swhyclaypotsarepopular.C.Instead,usewhateversoilyoucanget.D.Anddrysoilcanreducefruitproduction.E.Thisprovidesconstantnutrientsforthetomatoplants.F.Theyrequirepeople’smuchworktostaymanageable.G.Tomatoesdon’tlikebeingdry,sowaterthemregularly.第三部分 语言运用(共两节,满分30分)第一节(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)第114页共114页,阅读下面短文,从每题所给的A、B、C和D四个选项中选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。Whatdoyoudowithawitheredorchid(兰花)? 41 you’reanexpert,youmayfindthattheynever 42 foryouagain. Everythinghasalifecycleandorchidsdon’t 43 forever.Ican’t 44 throwingoutorchids.Ihavetriedmybest,butin 45 .Aftersomuch 46 anderror,Iwasalmost 47 thattheyhavedied. 48 ,mywifehadotherideas. Someoftheplantsweremovedtoatableinthelivingroom,andotherswere 49 onthekitchenwindow. Actually,everythinghasitsownlifecycle.Sure,youcan 50 hope.Itwaseasytobelievethatthoseorchidswouldneverfloweragain—thatis,untilmywifedecidedtocometotheir 51 . Mywifekeptmovingtheplantsaroundthehouselookingfortherightlight. 52 ,theorchidsstayedalive.Tinynewstems(茎)grewfromtheoldonesayearlater.Andnow,nearlyallofthemareflowering. Yes,youcan 53 everythingyouthinkisimportant—yourbeauty,yourwealth,evenyourfamily—butaslongasyouarealive,youcanfindnewlifewithinsomethingyouthoughtwasnevergoingtobloom(开花)again.Neverlose 54 onfindingnewlife,evenifthechanceis 55 . 41.A.BecauseB.AlthoughC.UnlessD.If42.A.bloomB.struggleC.liveD.care43.A.continueB.lastC.manageD.go44.A.helpB.stopC.keepD.stand45.A.ruinsB.vainC.needD.trouble46.A.effortB.attemptC.researchD.trial47.A.remindedB.informedC.convincedD.warned第114页共114页,48.A.HoweverB.ThereforeC.AlsoD.Otherwise49.A.removedB.ignoredC.placedD.sold50.A.sticktoB.believeinC.buildupD.giveup51.A.rescueB.mindC.noticeD.way52.A.GenerallyB.NormallyC.SurprisinglyD.Sadly53.A.loseB.missC.gainD.keep54.A.trustB.confidenceC.hopeD.dream55.A.greatB.bigC.hardD.slim第二节(共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)阅读下面短文,在空白处填入1个适当的单词或括号内单词的正确形式。Environment-friendlyideashavebeencreatedtosupplypeoplewithhelpful56.     (tip)onhowtheycanhelptheenvironment57.     wellassavemoney.Ihonestlybelievethateveryonewantstohelptheenvironment,eveniftheydoordonotbelieveinglobalwarming.Withpowerbills,waterbillsandallotherexpenses58.     (continue)torise,it’sveryhardfortheaverageworker.Nomatterwhatyour59.(finance)positionis,thereisalwayssomethingeveryonecando60.     (help)saveourenvironment. Wearenottheonlyonesthatliveonthis61.(amaze)planet.Wealsoshareit62.awiderangeofstrangeandwonderfulanimals.Itwouldbeagreattragedyifthey63.(be)notaroundforourfuturegenerationstoappreciate.Everylittlebithelps,sopleasedoall64.     youcantoprotectourenvironmentandtheenvironmentofthesesurprisinganimals. Ihopetheseenvironment-friendlyideascanhelpeveryonetodo65.     (they)bitfortheenvironmentandtomakethisworldabetterplace. 第四部分 写作(共两节,满分40分)第114页共114页,第一节(满分15分)假设你是新华中学的学生李华,你和在上海上学的英国朋友Tom约好周末去上海迪斯尼乐园游玩,但你因故不能赴约。请根据以下要点用英语给他写一封电子邮件:1.表示歉意;2.解释原因;3.另约时间。注意:1.词数80左右;2.可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。第二节(满分25分)阅读下面短文,根据其内容写一篇60词左右的内容概要。Nowadays,moreandmorecollegestudentshavenoproblemwalkingintoaclassroomandopeningtheirlaptops.Othersmayspendanentirestudyperiodwithasmartphoneinhand.Somepeoplearguethattheincreasinguseoftechnologycanhavemanyhelpfuleffectsonsociety.Butarecentresearchsuggeststhatusingtechnologyduringclasstimemayharmcollegestudents’abilitytorememberandprocessthesubjectmaterial.ArnoldGlass,aprofessorinRutgersUniversityinNewJersey,andastudentresearcherinvestigatedtheissueofdividedstudentattention.Thestudyinvolved118Rutgersstudentswhoweretakingthesamelevelcollegeclass.Thestudentswerepermittedtouseanyelectronicdeviceduringhalfoftheirdailyclassperiods.Duringtheotherhalf,noonewasallowedtouseanytechnology.Theresearchersfoundthattheaveragedailyquizresultsshowednoevidenceofharmfuleffectsfromtheuseoftechnology.However,theaverageresultsofthelargertestsandfinalexamshowedthatallthestudentsperformedpoorlywhentheywerepermittedtousetechnologyintheclassroom.Glassarguesthatitshowstheuseof第114页共114页,electronicdevicesintheclassroompreventsstudentsfromprocessinginformation.Whenthestudentshearwhattheprofessorissaying,theymightbebuyingthingsonlineorreadingunrelatedemailsatthesametime.Andthat,Glasssays,makesitharderfortheinformationtoentertheirlongtermmemory.Eventhoughthestudentsknowwhattheprofessorsaidatthattime,theynolongerrememberitaweeklaterbecausetheymissedtheopportunity.However,LaurenMargulieux,anassistantprofessoratGeorgiaStateUniversityinAtlantaarguesthattherearetimeswhenclassroomuseoftechnologyisunavoidable.So,hesays,educatorsneedtoconsiderthatsomethingotherthantechnologyisdistractingstudents.Infact,aspecialsoftwareprogramhasbeencreated.Studentscanusetheprogram,whichengagesstudentsmorewiththeclassmaterialontheirpersonaldevicesduringagivenclass.Itcanalsobeusedtoobservestudentactivityandpreventthemfromopeningunrelatedpagesandprograms.参考答案:【听力】W:We’regoingtobelate!We’llnevermakeittherewithallthiseveningtraffic.M:It’s7:15now.Anyway,thepartywillstartinforty-fiveminutes.Rushhourisalmostover.Wewillgettotherestaurantby7:45.1.CW:Goodmorning,Mr.Smith!M:Goodmorning,Lucy.Howisyourgraduationprojectgoing?W:Itgoeswell.Bytheway,mycousinisthinkingaboutapplyingtothiscollege.Shehasafewquestions.Wouldyoumindtellingherabouttheprocess,please?2.AW:Sam,Iheardthatyouturneddownthejobofferedbythetravelagency.M:Yes.Theworkingconditionsarecomfortable,andthehoursareconvenient.ButifIhadacceptedit,Iwouldn’tbeabletomakeendsmeet.第114页共114页,1.BW:Comeon,youjustsitaroundallday!Whydon’tyoudosomething?M:Whatdoyousuggest?W:Maybejoiningaclubisgoodforyou.Look,herearesomeinterestingones.Thefilmclub,thetravelclubandthesportsclub.M:Well,IthinkI’lljointhetravelclubsoIcanvisitdifferentplaces.2.BM:Meg!Hi!Whatacoincidence!Ihaven’tseenyouinages!Whatareyoudoinghere?W:Ijustgotanewjobinthecity,soI’mshoppingforsomeclothes.Hey,whatdoyouthinkofthisshirt?M:Hmmm...Youalwaysdidhavegoodtaste!3.AW:CanIseeyourdriver’slicenseplease?M:Ah,yeah.Ithinkit’sinmypocket.No.Maybemywallet.Uh.Yeahhere.W:Doyouknowhowfastyouweredriving?M:No,sorry.It’sarentalcar.I’mnotusedtoit.Ihadoneortwodrinks.I’mokaytodrive,though.Iknowmylimit.W:Youhaven’tbeenherelong?Itseemsyouareunawareofourzerotolerancefordrunkdriving.InChinayoucannotoperateavehicleafterconsuminganyalcohol.M:Oh,Ididn’tknowthat.W:Youwerealsogoingoverthespeedlimit.I’mgoingtohavetoaskyoutostepoutofyourvehicleandgetintomycar.4.A5.BM:Hello?Hi,Stephanie,howarethingsattheoffice?W:Hi,Luke!Howareyou?Canyoupleasestopandpickupextrapaperforthecomputerprinter?M:Whatdidyousay?Canyourepeatthat,please?Didyousaytopickupinkfortheprinter?Sorry,thephoneiscuttingout.W:Canyouhearmenow?No,Ineedmorecomputerpaper.Listen,I’lltextyouexactlywhatIneed.Thanks,Luke.Talktoyoulater.M:Thanks,Stephanie.Sorry,myphonehasreallybadreceptionhere.6.B第114页共114页,1.CM:Hi,Samantha.Doyouhaveaminute?W:Hi,Richard.Comein,please.M:I’vebeentryingtogetholdofyouallafternoon.W:Iwasattheweeklymanagers’meeting.Howarethingsgoing?M:Oh,splendid.Ihavesomenews.W:Goodnews?M:Wonderfulnews...tome,anyway!I’vebeenofferedajobforthreeyearsasanassistanttoProf.HayesfromBirminghamUniversity.I’lljoinhiminMexicoCity.Whatdoyouthinkaboutthat?W:Wonderful,Richard!Justwhatyou’vealwayswanted,isn’tit?Doesitmeanthatyou’llleavesoon?M:Nextweek.ButbeforeIgo,I’dliketoinviteyououtfordinner—justtothankyouforallthehelpyougavemeduringmythree-monthresearchworkhere.Wouldtomorroweveningbeagoodtimeforyou?WecangototheShanghaiRestaurantinChinatown.W:Finewithme.2.C3.B4.AGoodevening,andwelcometotheBritishCouncil.MynameisJohnParkerandI’vebeenaskedtotalktoyoubrieflyaboutcertainaspectsoflifeintheUKbeforeyouactuallygothere.SoI’mgoingtotalkfirstaboutthebestwaysofmakingsocialcontactsthere.Nowyoumightbewonderingwhyitshouldbenecessary.Afterall,wemeetpeopleallthetime.Butwhenyou’relivinginaforeigncountryitcanbemoredifficult,notjustbecauseofthelanguage,butbecausecustomsmaybedifferent.Ifyou’regoingtoworkintheUKyouwillprobablybelivinginaprivatehouse,soitwon’tbequitesoeasytomeetpeople.Buttherearestillthingsthatyoucandotohelpyourself.Firstofall,youcangetinvolvedinactivitiesinyourlocalcommunity,joinagroupofsomekind.Forexample,you’llprobablyfindthattherearetheatregroupswhomightbelookingforactors,setdesignersandsoon.Orifyouliketheideaoffindingoutaboutlocalhistorythere’llbeagroupforthattoo.Thesearejustexamples.Andthebestplacestogetinformationaboutthingslikethisareeitherthe第114页共114页,townhallorthepubliclibrary.LibrariesintheUKperformquiteabroadrangeoffunctionsnowadays—they’renotjustconfinedtolendingbooks,althoughthat’stheirmainroleofcourse.1.A2.C3.B4.CM:Goodafternoon.HowcanIhelpyou?W:Hello...Erm...yes.I’vejustmissedmytraintoManchester!M:Ahyes.Thatwasat4:20.W:Whattime’sthenextone?M:Letmesee.ThenexttraintoManchesterleavesat5:15fromPlatformTwo.Anditgetsthereat6:30.W:5:15...sothat’saquarterpastfive...Platform2.CanIusethesameticket?M:Justamoment,please.CanIseeyourticket?Ah,sorry,no...Youcan’tusethisticketonthe5:15train.Becausethisticketcanbeusedontrainsbefore5:00andafter7:00o’clock.Duringrushhourticketsaremoreexpensive.W:Oh...doIhavetobuyanotherticket?M:Yes,well,Icanchangeyouroldticketforanewticket.Yourticketcost£7.50andthenewticketis£11.00.Soyoujustpaythedifference,whichis£3.50.W:Ah,OK,erm...Whichplatformisitfrom?M:Platform2.Justoverthere,ontheotherside.W:OK,thanks.Bye.5.C6.B7.A8.B【阅读理解】21-24DCBD25-27DAB28-31CBCA32-35ABBC【七选五】第114页共114页,36~40FDAGE【完形填空】41-45CABDB46-50DCACD51-55ACACD【语法填空】56.tips57.as58.continuing59.financial60.tohelp61.amazing62.with63.were64.that65.their【写作】【应用文】DearTom,IamindeedverysorrythatIcan’tgotoShanghaiDisneyWorldwithyouontheweekend,whichIhavepromised.Ifeelbadlyaboutitandwantyoutoknowwhathappened.Justnow,mycousin,LiQiong,wholefthometoAustraliaforhisfurtherstudylastyear,informedmethathewouldreturnthisSaturdaymorning.Andaskedmetopickhimupattheairportwithhisfamily.Youknow,wehaven’tseeneachotherforalmostayear.Isincerelyhopeyoucanacceptmyapologiesandunderstandmysituation.IwouldappreciateyourallowingmetomakeanotherdatetoshowyouaroundShanghaiDisneyWorld.Onceagain,I’msorryforanyinconveniencecaused.Sincerelyyours,LiHua【概要写作】Arecentresearchshowsusingtechnologyinclassmaypreventcollegestudents第114页共114页,rememberingandprocessinginformation.(要点1)118studentsparticipatedintheresearchwheretheyusedtechnologyduringhalfofclassperiods.(要点2)Theresearchersfoundinthelongrunthestudents’performanceswerepoorwhenusingtechnologybecausetheyweredistracted.(要点3)Butanotherresearcherthinkssomethingelseexcepttechnologyistoblamefordistractingstudents.(要点4)Actually,aspecialsoftwareprogramhasbeenmadetokeepstudentsfocused.(要点5)第114页共114页
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