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高考英语选修九Module 5单元复习考试题  

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高考英语选修九Module  5单元复习考试题

 

一、单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
1. Your idea seems to be a good one, but it isn’t            .
   A. practical        B. careful    C. short   D. useless
2. Traditional teaching        should be improved to keep up with the development of society.
A. ways  B. manners   C. processes  D. methods
3. Books of this kind aren’t allowed to be      from the library, so you’d better read them here.
A. protected  B. removed  C. guided   D. printed
4. Though bought four years ago, the cell-phone is still in good            .
A. situation  B. position   C. standard   D. condition
5. Large amounts of foreign wastes have been          to China, which makes the government worried.
A. imported  B. exported  C. weeded             D. turned
6. —I usually don’t leave the windows open in summer.
—You can never be             careful.
A. very   B. too   C. much   D. so
7. —Where did you find the pictures at last?
—It was in the box             I stored books.
A. that   B. which   C. where   D. when
8. Not only             in playing table tennis, but also             the Internet.
A. is he interested; does he surf      B. is he interested; he surfs
C. he is interested in; does he surf   D. he is interested in; he surfs
9. —Where are you going to plant the trees?
—I thought             better right at the other end of the garden.
A. it   B. them   C. one   D. that
10. We mustn’t do anything that             nature, or we will be punished.
A. goes against B. go against  C. goes for   D. go for
11. The way I thought of             the animal was of great value.
A. protecting  B. protect   C. to protect     D. being protected
12. Rose was said to play the piano            , if not better than, her friend.
A. as well  B. as well as  C. as good   D. as good as
13. It was in the company      I worked ten years ago       I gained rich knowledge about it.
A. that; that  B. where; that  C. where; where  D. that; where
14. She is a woman who can be            , which is why she is welcome.
A. looked on  B. depended on  C. taken on  D. tested on
15. She isn’t used to the way you speak to her.            , she wants to end your conversation.
A. In the end   B. After all      C. In other words D. Above all
二、完形
填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
Dear Malia and Sasha,
I know that you’ve both had a lot of fun during the last two years on the campaign trail, and today I want to tell you a little more about why I decided to take our family on this journey.
When I was a young man, I thought   16   was all about me—about how I’d make my   17   in the world, become successful, and   18   the things I want. But then the two of you came into my world with all your   19    and mischief and those   20   that never fail to fill my heart and   21   up my day. And   22   , all my big plans for myself didn't seem so   23  anymore. I realized that my own life wouldn’t   24   for much unless I was able to ensure that you had every opportunity for   25   and fulfillment in yours. In the end, girls, that’s   26   I ran for President: because of what I want for you and for every child in this nation.
I want all our children to go to schools   27    of their potential—schools that challenge them, inspire them, and instill(逐渐灌输) in them a sense of   28   about the world around them. I want them to have the chance to go to college—   29    their parents aren’t rich. And I want them to get good jobs: jobs that pay well and give them    30   like health care.
And I want every child to have the same chances to learn and   31    and grow and thrive that you girls have. That’s why I’ve taken our family on this    32    adventure.
I am so proud of both of you. I   33    you more than you can ever know. And I am   34 every day for your patience, grace, and humor   35    we prepare to start our new life together in the White House.
Love, Dad
16. A. life        B. belief         C. family          D. success
 17. A. career     B. position       C. fortune          D. way
 18. A. seize        B. get           C. grab         D. take
 19. A. sense        B. interest       C. curiosity         D. pride
 20. A. behaviors    B. smiles        C. manners      D. spirits
 21. A. fill         B. speed         C. take          D. light
 22. A. suddenly    B. gradually      C. eventually      D. naturally
 23. A. difficult     B. realistic       C. important     D. practical
 24. A. cost          B. count         C. care          D. improve
25. A. happiness    B. security       C. health         D.growth 
26. A. how         B. when         C. why         D. because
27. A. fond         B. worthy        C. helpful         D. careful
28. A. wonder    B. responsibility   C. direction     D. sight
29. A. in case     B. as if          C. even if         D. only if
30. A. advantages    B. benefits       C. circumstances  D. policies
31. A. dream        B. expect        C. wish          D. pray
32. A. enjoyable     B. temporary     C. endless      D. great
33. A. thank        B. teach         C. know          D. love
34. A. eager         B. hopeful       C. grateful         D. cheeful
35. A. before     B. as            C. after         D. until
三、
阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
A
One day I was sitting at the desk doing my math homework. Grandpa came over. My exercise book was in a mess. I was afraid that he might see it and blame me for that.
After a while, he patted me on the shoulder gently and said, “Keep it neat — that’s the secret.” He then explained that when he checked his students’ homework, he would like the neat ones. I still remember the lively examples he told me. For example, I can keep all my equal signs in line down the page when I’m doing equations(方程式). I made up my mind to do better in future.
After finishing math homework, I began to write an English essay, but I could not think of anything to write. I asked, “Grandpa, is there a secret to writing essays?”
He smiled, which made me feel warm and relaxed. “If there’s a secret, I suppose it’s imagination. If your essays lack it, anyone reading what you’ve written will lose track of what you are trying to say.”
He continued, “Don’t worry, Adam. We’ve all got an imagination. Well, if you’re stuck, just look up any of your reading books to see how it’s done. Your Harry Potter books will do.” I nodded.
“Who’s to say you can’t be as successful a writer as J K Rowling one day? Just use your imagination; write a sentence and think of one to follow it, and then keep going...”
“Thanks, Grandpa.” I practiced using imagination to guide my writing from then on.
Thanks to the two secrets, my exercise book is clean and tidy now and I can write very good essays.
36. The author’s grandpa advised him to     .
A. keep his exercise book tidy       B. do math exercises carefully
C. buy Harry Potter books          D. be patient while writing
37. Which of the following words can best describe the author’s grandpa?
A. Friendly and lovely.       B. Patient and kind.
C. Strict and cool.           D. Simple and happy.
38. How did the author react to his grandpa’s advice?
A. He refused to take it.     
B. He paid no attention to it.
C. He introduced it to his friends.
D. He took it and made some progress.
39. It can be learnt from the text that     .
A. people should think carefully before acting
B. an experienced person is usually wise
C. family education influences children a lot
D. good habits can be formed at any age

B
The Northern Cardinal (北美红雀) is a type of bird found around southeastern Canada. Their range extends down into central and eastern United States. Male Cardinals have bright red feathers, while female adults tend to be more brown or grey. Males have a black mask that extends down to their chest. Females don’t usually have a mask, but some have dark markings on their face.
Baby Cardinals closely resemble females, except that they’re born with a black beak (鸟嘴). As they grow up, their beaks transforms from black to a cream color before turning orange.
Northern Cardinals live in forests or in thick bushes surrounding people’s living places — both are good places for these birds to gather food. Their strong beaks help them dig insects in bushes and bite into tasty seeds, grains and fruits. The females build nests using grass. They build their nests in the middle of thick bushes, which offer them protection from attackers such as cats, dogs and snakes. When attackers get too close to the nests, both male and female Cardinals give a shrill chirp(尖叫声) to scare them away. Each year, female Cardinals lay three eggs on average. For about two weeks, the female stays with the eggs while the male brings her food and keeps attackers away. These song birds communicate through calls and songs. Males use a combination of singing and shaking their feathers to attract a female’s attention.
Over the past 200 years, Northern Cardinals have expanded their range and moved toward warmer areas and closer to humans — a dependable source of food from bird feeders.
40. What can we learn from the text?
A. Male Cardinals have bright feathers on their chest.
B. Female Cardinals have black feathers on their face.
C. Baby Cardinals have a milky beak when they’re young.
D. Baby Cardinals have a black beak before growing up.
41. Northern Cardinals live near humans _______.
A. to lay more eggs     B. to keep themselves safe
C. to find food easily    D. to build nice nests
42. Which of the following is TRUE about Northern Cardinals?
A. They scare off the animals that they see as a threat.
B. They shake their feathers to attract people’s attention.
C. They dig insects to keep their beaks strong.
D. They have three babies every year.
43. The purpose of the text is probably _______.
A. to introduce Northern Cardinals to people
B. to show the living conditions of Northern Cardinals
C. to encourage people to be bird-lovers
D. to call on people to protect rare birds

C
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2575 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park
Office hours: Mon-Fri 7:00am-12:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 8:00am-12:00pm
Phone: (650)926-2800
Rosewood Sand Hill
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500 Crescent Court, Suite 300, Dallas, TX, 75201
Office hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am-12:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am-12:00pm
Phone: (212) 593-2252
Mermaid Inn Hotel
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Office hours: Mon-Fri 7:00am-11:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 8:30am-11:00pm
Phone: (866) 875-8456
The Cardinal Hotel
The historic Cardinal Hotel delivers an elegant atmosphere in culturally diverse(各种各样的) Downtown Palo Alto. Our world-class dining, shopping, arts, attractions, competitive rates and completely smoke-free environment make us your perfect destination for business or leisure trips in Northern California.
Office hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-11:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am-12:00pm
Telephone: (415) 394-6500
44. Which one will you choose if you want to check into a hotel at 8:00am on Saturday?
A. The Stanford Guest House.
B. Mermaid Inn Hotel.
C. Rosewood Sand Hill.
D. The Cardinal Hotel.
45. What is the special service offered in the Cardinal Hotel?
A. People can enjoy an academic atmosphere.
B. People can register online conveniently.
C. People can experience different cultures.
D. People can enjoy the beautiful urban scenery.
46. According to the text, Rosewood Sand Hill ___.
A. is among the most expensive hotels in the world
B. especially aims for business people
C. provides guests with a natural environment
D. offers a completely smoke-free environment for its guests
D
Think you can walk, drive, take phone calls, e-mail and listen to music at the same time? Well, New York’s new law says you can’t. And you’ll be fined $100 if you do it on a New York City street.
 The law went into force last month, following recent research and a shocking number of accidents that involved people using electronic gadgets(小玩意) when crossing the street.  Who’s to blame? Scientists say that our multitasking(多任务的) abilities are limited.
“We are under the impression that our brain can do more than it often can,”says Rene Marois, a neuroscientist(神经科学家) in Tennessee. “But a core limitation is the inability to concentrate on two things at once.”
The young are often considered the great multitaskers. However, an Oxford University research suggests this perception is open to question. A group of 18 to 21-year-olds and a group of 35 to 39-year-olds were given 90 seconds to translate images into numbers, using a simple code.
The younger group did 10 percent better when not interrupted. But when both groups were interrupted by a phone call or an instant message, the older group matched the younger group in speed and accuracy.
It is difficult to measure the productivity lost by multitaskers. But it is probably a lot. Jonathan Spira, chief analyst at Basex, a business-research firm, estimates the cost of interruptions to the American economy at nearly $650 billion a year. The estimate is based on surveys with office workers. The surveys conclude that 28 percent of the workers’ time was spent on interruptions and recovery time before they returned to their main tasks.
47. Listening to MP3 when you cross the street is _____.
A. a good idea   B. a bad idea C. a cool activity  D. a legal practice
48. The Oxford University research suggests _____.
A. the young are the great multitaskers
B. the middle-aged are the great multitaskers
C. the young are not the great multitaskers as people think
D. the young are good at doing more than one thing at the same time
49. When interrupted, _____.
A. the younger group did better than the older group
B. the older group did far better than the younger group
C. both groups couldn’t do the job
D. the older group did as well as the younger group
50. What does the last paragraph mainly talk about?
A. Productivity loss caused by multitaskers.
B. A survey done by Basex.  C. Great loss caused by traffic accident.
D. Basex, a business-research firm.
51. What we can learn from the passage?
A. People should concentrate on one task at a time.
B. Young people shouldn’t be confident about themselves.
C. Office workers are mostly young multitaskers.
D. Middle-aged people are the real multitaskers. 
E
One of the world’s oldest creatures, a giant tortoise (乌龟) believed to have been about 250 years old, has died in the Calcutta zoo where it spent more than half its long life.
Addwaita, which means “the one and only” in the local Bengali language, was one of four Aldabra tortoises brought to India by British sailors in the 18th century. Zoo officials say he was a gift for Lord Robert Clive of the East India Company, who was instrumental in establishing British colonial (殖民的) rule in India, before he returned to England in 1767. Long after the other three tortoises died, Addwaita continued to thrive(茁壮成长), living in Clive’s garden before being moved to the zoo in 1875.
“According to records in the zoo, the age of the giant tortoise, Addwaita, who died on Wednesday, would be about 250 years,” said zoo director Subir Chowdhury. That would have made him much older than the world’s oldest documented living animal: Harriet, a 176-year-old Galapagos tortoise who lives at the Australia Zoo north of Brisbane, according to the zoo’s Web site. She was taken from the island of Isla Santa Cruz by Charles Darwin in the 19th century.
Aldabra tortoises come from the Aldabra atoll(环礁) in the Seychelle islands in the Indian Ocean, and often live to more than 100 years of age. Males can weigh up to 550 pounds. Addwaita, the zoo’s biggest attraction, had been unwell for the last few days, said local Forest Minister Jogesh Burman.
“We were keeping a watch on him. When the zoo-keepers went to his enclosure on Wednesday they found him dead,” Burman said.
52. By now, the oldest documented living animal in the world is about _____.
A. 176 years old B. 100 years old C. 250 years old D. 200 years old
53. In the last few days before Addwaita died, it _____.
A. had been sent to hospital for treatment     
B. had been playing with travelers  
C. had been found not better than before
D. had stayed in his enclosure for days
54. Which is the best title of the passage?
A. An Old Aldabra Tortoise Died in India   
B. A Remarkable Life: Tortoise Dies at 250
C. A Special Kind of Tortoise—Addwaita   
D. The Oldest Animal Aldabra Tortoise Died 
55. Where did Addwaita use to live before being moved to the zoo?
A. In Brisbane.    B. At the Australia Zoo.
C. In Clive’s garden.   D. In Britain.
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)
Many people believe that Americans love their cars almost more than anything else. It may be true. From the time youngsters(小孩)become fourteen years old, they are likely to dream of having their own cars. Many young people work after school during their last year of high school in order to buy a car learning to drive and getting a driver’s license may be one of the most exciting times of a young person’s life.
 People who almost never go to a doctor when they are sick will take their cars to a repairman at the first sign of a problem. Those who do not like to work around the home on Saturdays may devote most of that day to washing and waxing(打蜡) their cars. For some families it is not enough to have one car. They often have two or three---one for work and one for recreation(娱乐)。
 Many men and women in the United States need to have a car. Many need a car to go to work. Housewives need a car to go shopping or to take the children to school or other activities.
 In most states young people learn to drive in high school, where driver training is one of the most popular courses. At the end of the course the student must take a driving test to get a license. For many, the piece of paper is an important symbol(象征) that they are now grown-ups.(共245字)
Answer the following questions:
56. What does the passage mainly tell us?
__________________________________________________.
57. What does one have to do if he wants to drive?
__________________________________________________.
58.What they are used for if people have more than one car?
__________________________________________________.
59. Why do housewives in the USA use the car for?
__________________________________________________.
60.What does the piece of license mean?
__________________________________________________.
第二节  书面表达(满分30分)
《学英语》报设有一个《我文我秀》栏目,用来刊登中学生自己的作品,请你以 Why the Country Children Leave School 为题写一篇100词左右的短文,阐述你的看法。观点可参照下面表格内容。
Leave school at an early age的原因  解决办法
1. 家庭困难,帮助父母挣钱
2. 学习有困难,不想在读书
 1.政府要给予必要的资助
2.将自己的零花钱pocket money 赠送给失学儿童
                                                       

参考答案:
1-15   ADBDA   BCBAA   CBBBC
16-35   ADBCB   DACBA   CBACB   ADDCB
36-55   ABDCD   CAA AC   CBCDA   AACBC
56Americans are believed to love their cars most.
57. First, you should attend driver training course.
Second, at the end of the course you must take a driving test to get a license.
58.One for work and one for recreation.
59. They use the car to go shopping or to take the children to school or other activities.
60. It is an important symbol that they are now grown-ups.
One possible version:
In the countryside a lot of children are leaving school at an early age for different kinds of reasons. Some have to leave school because their families are too poor to pay for their schooling and they have to help their parents to make money and support the families. Some have met with difficulties in their studies, which makes them afraid of or tired of studying. In my opinion, the main reason the children cannot finish school is the poor life of their families.
Since every child should have the chance to receive education, I must do something to help those countryside children. I would like to give all my pocket money to them. I think our government should give necessary support to them.
 

 

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