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高考英语Book9 Module 1单元复习检测考试题  

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                                            高考英语Book9  Module 1单元复习检测考试题

 

一、单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
1. My uncle became lame in an accident and it is impossible for him to walk _____falling over
from time to time.
     A. without      B. until       C. except       D. by  
2. Hearing the news, he can’t help but _______ out of the room.
     A. to be rushed   B. to rush   C. rushing    D. rush
3. — Why does Michael know so much about Angkor Watt?
   — He ______ have been there, or he just heard by chance.
     A. must     B. oughtn’t to C. may         D. can’t
4. Kate, as well as her fellow workers who ______ late for work, ______ fined twenty dollars.
     A. were; was   B. was; were   C. was; was       D. were; were
5. _______ I know, the project will be completed in three years.
     A. As far as       B. So long as     C. So far        D. As long as
6. ______ broadcasts will be heard in most parts of _______ world.
     A. The; the     B. A; the    C. A; a      D. The; a
7. — How did you enter the enemy’s hospital?
    — I _______as a nurse.
     A. passed myself out       B. passed myself off  
     C. passed off me       D. passed me off 
8. — Look, that boy must be Mike’s son.
    — You are quite right. The boy ______ his father very much.
     A. looks after     B. takes after   C. similar to     D. takes care of
9. — For our history composition I am going to write about Emperor Qin Shihuang.
    — ______. I’m going to write about him too.
     A. What do you mean?     B. Oh, really? 
     C. You are right.               D. How come?
10. Julia is so _____ that she can’t get on well with all her workmates in her office.
     A. refined      B. charming    C. domineering    D. outstanding
11. Generally speaking, we need facts and proofs ______ we can base our conclusion.
     A. in which     B. on which    C. of which     D. about which
12. “I failed and I think I will never succeed in my life again,” the tennis player cried with _____
after losing the game.
     A. determination    B. destination    C. irritation     D. desperation 
13. After the competition, he had to admit the fact _____ he was completely defeated.
     A. that    B. which   C. what    D. when
14. But for your help, I _______ in the storm five years ago.
     A. would have been died     B. would have been killed
     C. should die      D. would have killed
15. _____ we get good weather we will go hiking this Sunday.  
     A. Since that   B. Because  C. Providing    D. When 
二、完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
One afternoon a fisherman was lying on the beach, fishing. Then a business-man  16  walking down the beach, trying to  17  some of the stress of his workday. He  18  the fisherman sitting on the beach and decided to find out why this fisherman was fishing  19  working harder to make a living for himself and his family. “You aren’t going to catch many fish  20  ,” he said to the fisherman. “You should be working  21  lying on the beach.”
The fisherman looked up, smiled and replied, “And what will my reward be?” “Well, you can get  22  nets and catch more fish!” was his answer. “And then what will my reward be?” asked the fisherman,  23  smiling. The businessman replied, “You will make  24  and you’ll be able to buy a boat, which will then  25  larger catches of fish!” “And then what will my reward be?” asked the fisherman again. The businessman was beginning to get  26  angry with the fisherman’s questions. “You can buy a bigger boat, and  27  some people to work for you,” he said.
“And then what will my reward be?”  28  the fisherman. The businessman was getting angry. “Don’t you understand? You can  29  a fleet(船队) of fishing boats, sail all over the world, and  30  all your employees catch fish for you!” Once again the fisherman asked, “And what will my reward be?” The businessman was  31   with anger and shouted  32  the fisherman, “Don’t you understand you can become so rich that you will  33  have to work for your living again! You can spend all the rest of your days sitting on this beach, looking at  34 . You won’t have to care in the world!”
The fisherman, still smiling, looked up and said, “And what do you think I’m doing  35  ?”
16. A. appeared  B. came   C. left   D. had
17. A. remove   B. believe  C. regain   D. relieve
18. A. noticed   B. found   C. discovered  D. recovered
19. A. but       B. while   C. and   D. instead of 
20. A. no way   B. by the way  C. that way  D. in a way
21. A. other than  B. rather than  C. more than  D. less than
22. A. big       B. small   C. bigger   D. smaller
23. A. still   B. yet   C. even   D. already
24. A. a living   B. fish   C. nets   D. money 
25. A. result from  B. result in  C. result    D. result to
26. A. a little    B. little    C. a lot   D. more
27. A. find   B. hire   C. fire   D. take
28. A. repeated  B. answered  C. replied      D. replaced
29. A. build in      B. build on  C. build up  D. build at
30. A. force   B. ask   C. get   D. let
31. A. blue   B. red   C. yellow   D. white
32. A. at          B. to       C. against      D. beyond
33. A. seldom   B. hardly      C. never   D. always
34. A. sunrise   B. beach   C. dawn   D. sunset 
35. A. then   B. from now on C. right now  D. right again
三、阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
A
With the movie The Queen, and the award of an Oscar to its star Helen Mirren, the British monarch (君主) is in the spotlight again.
Elizabeth is the daughter of George VI, who was king between 1936 and 1952. She has ruled Britain for the last 55 years. As a girl, the then Princess Elizabeth was educated at home. She didn’t go to university, few women did at the time. During  World War II, she served in the British Army. She married Philip Mountbatten in 1949.
Little is known about the Queen’s personal life. In an age when to be famous is to live in a glass house, she is an unusual case. Partly this is because it is considered undignified (不庄重的) for a monarch to show too much about himself or herself to the world. The Queen is famously enthusiastic about horse racing and keeps corgis (威尔士矮脚狗). The Oscar-winning movie deals with a large problem the Queen faces. She is thought not to understand the people. The movie is about the events that followed the death of Princess Diana in a car crash in 1997. It was no secret that relations between the Queen and Diana had always been difficult.
But when Diana died, many were shocked at how Buckingham Palace responded. The Royal Family wanted a small private funeral (葬礼) for her. It was obvious that Diana’s devoted followers wanted a large, public one which she finally got. It seemed to sum up how little the Queen understood the people.
36. Since when has Elizabeth ruled England?
A. 1936.  B. 1949.   C. 1952.   D. 1997.
37. During her rule, Elizabeth _____.
A. often appears on media    B. seldom appears on media
C. doesn’t go out        D. isn’t famous at all
38. During her rule, Elizabeth is very sorry that _____.
A. her strict rule caused Princess Diana to die
B. she has no chance for horse racing and keeping corgis
C. people think she can’t understand them
D. she has no supporters
39. Diana’s funeral was _____.
A. a small private one       B. a large public one 
C. a common one      D. a secret one
40. Who is Helen Mirren?
A. She is an actress who played a role in the film.
B. She is the woman who put the Queen in the spotlight again.
C. She has won the award of an Oscar because of her relationship with the Queen.
D. She was one of Diana’s devoted followers.
B
Have you ever wanted to travel back through time and see what life was like at the dawn of man? Well, museums can make history come alive. And one museum in particular can take you on a thrilling journey from the beginning of human culture to the present day.
It is the British Museum. Being one of the largest museums in the world, it is home to over 7 million objects from all the world’s continents. While most of us may not have the opportunity to visit London, we can catch a glimpse of the treasures it holds in Beijing. From March 10 to June 10, more than 100 cultural relics will be on a display in the Palace Museum (故宫博物院). Named “Britain and the World”, a range of pencil sketches (素描),  watercolor paintings, sculptures and many other objects have traveled to China.
There are several Chinese objects on show. But “they were obtained by the British Museum before 1830 mainly by trade,” said Ma Jige, deputy director of the Exhibition Department of the Palace Museum.
In fact, there are more than 23,000 Chinese relics in the British Museum, including national treasures like gems (宝石), artwork and ancient bronze ware objects.
The museum is famed for its exquisite (精致的) Chinese paintings. Picture of Lady Officials (《女史箴图》) by Gu Kaizhi, a top painter of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (AD 317-420), is there. The British Museum also holds 13,700 Buddhist records from the Dunhuang Grottoes (莫高窟) in Gansu Province.
41. The writer wrote the first sentence to ______.
A. get the answer to his question B. give the readers a question to answer
C. attract the readers’ attention to man’s origin
D. show off his rich knowledge
42. From the passage we can learn that ______.
A. the British Museum will be moved to Beijing
B. the pictures of the British Museum will be taken to Beijing
C. the pictures of the British Museum will be on show in Beijing
D. some objects of the British Museum will be on show in Beijing
43. “Britain and the World” is ______.
A. another name of the British Museum
B. the name of some of the objects from the British Museum to be shown in Beijing
C. the name of one of the objects from the British Museum in Beijing
D. another name of the Palace Museum
44. The British Museum owns over ______ Chinese relics.
A. 100   B. 1,830   C. 13,700   D. 23,000
45. How was the painting by Gu Kaizhi obtained by the British Museum?
A. The British Museum got it by negotiating with the painter.
B. The museum got it through trade.
C. The Palace Museum gave the painting to the British Museum.
D. The passage didn’t mention it.
C
Fishing
Fishing is a wonderful way to enjoy the sport and see beautiful streams, ocean, lakes and rivers all over the United States. National Parks offer both fresh water and saltwater fishing. Check with the state fishing regulations for exact dates and detailed fishing information, including proper license requirements. It is always important to respect the park you are fishing in to protect the surroundings.
Cycling
Cycling is an excellent and convenient way to explore (探测) the national park or area where you are staying. Bringing along bicycles allows you to just get up and go wherever you are. It is important to check beforehand as to where cycling is allowed. Most National Parks only allow biking on the paved (铺) and backcountry dirt roads specifically for cycling.
Cross-country Skiing
Cross-country skiing is another popular way for the whole family to visit and see beautiful winter landscapes. Many parks have several excellent trails(路线)available for cross country skiing. Several National Parks will offer notice, intermediate and advanced trails for skiing. Cross country skiing is a wonderful way to experience the parks wilderness during the winter season.
Rock Climbing
Rock climbing and mountaineering are usually sports reserved for people with a bit of experience. Both sports demand having the proper equipment and knowledge for safety reasons. Many National Parks offer established climbing trails that will have a wide range of difficulty levels. It is important to check weather conditions beforehand and what’s more, never climb alone.
46. What should you do if you go fishing according to the passage?
A. I should never go fishing alone.  
B. I should fix a date and place ahead of time. 
C. I should show respect for the workers .  
D. I should do anything according to the rules.
47. In winter it is better for you to _________.
A. go rock climbing             B. go cross-country skiing  
C. go fishing            D. go cycling
48. According to the passage, the following are necessary for rock climbing EXCEPT _________.
A. right equipment              B. good weather   
C. climbing experience              D. climbing trails
49. In most of the USA National Park, tourists can _________.
A. ride their bikes without any limit  B. enjoy bicycle rides free of charge
C. bring their bikes to ride there   D. often have bicycle accidents
50. What would be the best title for the passage?
A. What is more wonderful?    B. Activities in the notional parks
C. A good plan for traveling    D. Where to go for your vacation 
D
Of all the famous English writers, probably the best known is William Shake-speare. He was born in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1564 on April 23. His father was an important man in town so Shakespeare had a good upbringing. Shakespeare probably went to school but not university. He got married when he was 18 to Anne Hathaway and the couple had 3 children.
Shakespeare wrote 38 plays and 154 sonnets (a sonnet is a kind of poem). He began working in his home town of Stratford but by 1592 was writing in London. He became rich enough to buy a house in the capital and one in Stratford. He wrote sad stories called tragedies, like Romeo and Juliet, funny stories or comedies, romantic stories and stories about historical figures such as Julius Caesar. 
Shakespeare died on his birthday in 1616, almost 400 years ago. But why is his work still popular today? His work looked at common human themes, such as betrayal, murder, lust, power, ambition and love. These themes are as much a part of human nature today as they were all those years ago and are the themes we see in modern soap operas and Hollywood films.
Shakespeare’s influence on the English language can still be felt today. We talk about “fair play”, meaning honest behavior but this phrase was first used by Shakespeare. He coined the phrase “you can have too much of a good thing”. And it was Shakespeare who came up with the expression to disappear “into thin air” which we still use today when we lose something. Shakespeare’s work has been translated into every major language in the world. And perhaps we’ll still be as fascinated by his work 400 years from now as we’ve been for almost the last 400.
51. We can infer from Paragraph1 that William Shakespeare _________. 
A. never received education because his family was poor
B. had a relatively comfortable childhood
C. lived a miserable life when he was young
D. married a women with three children
52. Which of the following is TRUE according to this passage? 
A. Shakespeare graduated from a famous university. 
B. Shakespeare began writing in London and then moved to Stratford. 
C. Shakespeare was born and died on the same day.
D. Shakespeare’s plays were about the lives and feelings of common people.
53. What type of story is Romeo and Juliet?
A. It’s a sad love story.    B. It’s a romantic travel story.
C. It’s a fierce war story.    D. It’s an ancient revenge story. 
54. One possible reason why Shakespeare’s works are still popular is that _________.
A. the themes in his works are still hot topics of human nature today
B. his works are like the soap operas people enjoy today
C. many of his works are adapted into Hollywood movies
D. people enjoy seeing ancient plays with all kinds of styles
55. It can be concluded from the last paragraph that _________.
A. more and more phrases first used by Shakespeare will come into fashion
B. works of Shakespeare will continue their influence for a long time
C. Shakespeare’s work has a stronger influence than ever before
D. phrases first used by Shakespeare get their new meanings nowadays
四、书面表达 (共两节,满分45分)
第一节 阅读表达(共5小题;每小题3分,满分15分)
In the year 2020,the world is going to have a population of about 10billion.Most scientists agree that the most severe problem is food supply.
Who is going to feed all those people?Where is the food going to come from?Are we going to have enough food?Are we going to produce more artificial food?
One way of improving the situation is for people to eat less meat.Why?Because it takes 4kilos of grain protein to produce half a kilo of meat protein.Clearly, there is not going to be sufficient meat protein for 10 billion people.Therefore,it will also be necessary to change eating habits because meat is the main part of many people’s food today.
A possible solution to this latter problem is the soybean. The soybean plant produces beans which have a very high fat and protein content. Scitentists can now make these look and taste like real meat. They can also make many other artificial products such as soybean milk, for example, which has a taste of milk and can be used in cooking in very much the same ways as cow’s milk.In fact,one woman in the United States fed her family only on soybeans for a year! She gave them soybean beef, soybean chicken,and sometimes just soybeans.Possibly,we are all going to eat soybeans in the future and finally give up meat completely from our tables.

56 What is the main subject of the passage?
________________________________________________________
57 According to the passage,why will meat completely disappear in the future?
________________________________________________________
58 According to the passage ,what is the main part of food that many people are eating today?
________________________________________________________
59 In this passage,what is artificial food made from?
________________________________________________________
60 In what aspect,soybean meat is similar to real meat.?
________________________________________________________
第二节 写作(满分30分)
假如你是李明,2007年4月2日早晨7点你在上学的路上目击一起车祸,请你以“An Eyewitness Account of a Traffic Accident”为题,根据下图所示,用英语简要描述你所见到的车祸情况,并对车祸原因进行分析(至少写两点)。
  
注意:
词数:120—150。短文中已写好的部分,不计入总词数;
参考词汇:(路)滑的 slippery

An Eyewitness Account of a Traffic Accident
My name is Li Ming. I saw a traffic accident on my way to school.                    
________________________________________________________________
In my opinion, there are several reasons for this tragedy. _                             
_______________________________________________________________
 

参考答案:
1-15  ADCAA  ABBBC    BDABC   
16-35  BDADC   BCADB   ABACD   BACDC   
36-55  CBCBA   CDBDD   DBDCB   BDAAB
56 A solution to man’s food problem
57 because too much grain protein is needed to produce it
58 meat
59 soybean
60 both in appearance(look)and in taste
One possible version:
An Eyewitness Account of a Traffic Accident
My name is Li Ming. I saw a traffic accident on my way to school. It happened at about 7:00 on the morning of April 2nd.It was raining heavily. Two boys were riding a bike each, talking with each other. They each were holding an umbrella in one hand, and the handle in the other. As they turned right, a car came out at a high speed and turned left on the corner. Though both of the boys and the driver acted quickly, it was too late. One of the boys was hit by the car and badly hurt.
In my opinion, there are several reasons for this tragedy. First, the boy was absent-minded. He was talking all the way, holding an umbrella while riding. Second, the bad weather and the slippery road made it hard for the driver to bring the car to a full stop as quickly as possible. Last, the big tree made the road conditions invisible when they were going to make a turn.

 

 

 

 

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