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高考英语Book10 Module 3单元复习检测考试题  

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 高考英语Book10  Module 3单元复习检测考试题

 

Class:        Name:        Marks:        满分(120)

一、单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
1. Don’t you think it _____ honour to be invited to so important _____ party like that?
     A. a; a   B.不填; a            C. an; 不填       D. an; a
2. It was a bad year for films, ______ both quantity and quality.
     A. in terms of B. in case of       C. as a result of    D. in face of
3. There are many bad customs and laws that ought to be ______.
     A. accumulated B. abolished      C. accomplished       D. abused
4. As he has committed so many terrible crimes, he______.
     A. deserves being punished          B. deserves to punish 
     C. deserves punishing               D. deserves to being punished
5. Our ______ resources and stable policy provide foreigners with opportunities for their
investing here. 
     A. abundant    B. absolute         C. artificial         D. appropriate
6. — Peter won the first prize in the contest.
     — No _____he is so happy these days.
     A. problem      B. wonder          C. doubt            D. possibility
7. Could you please explain ______ that makes her so different from the others?
     A. why it is     B. why is it         C. what it is          D. what is it
8. — You were late for the class yesterday morning, weren’t you ?
     — Yes. ______
     A. Just so-so.   B. That’s OK.        C. How come?         D. So what?
9. The mountain, from ______ top visitors can enjoy a wonderful sea view, is only a stone’s
throw from here.
     A. which           B. whose           C. its                D. where
10. ______is known to us all is ______ the 2008 Olympics will be held in Beijing.
     A. It; that          B. What; 不填      C. As; 不填          D. What; that
11. New technology has been introduced from abroad, thus___ in great increase in our production.
     A. resulting  B. resulted   C. to result   D. which results
12. The newly-founded company is faced with serious problems, ______ demand to be solved
immediately.
     A. many of them   B. with which     C. many of which    D. they all
13. By the end of the twentieth century, the world population ______ six billion.
     A. had passed  B. have passed    C. passed   D. has passed
14. The doctor told him the harm of smoking and ______ him to give it up.
     A. insisted   B. persuaded   C. suggested   D. let
15. John turned out to be _____ disappointment to us _______ he is quite fit for the job.
     A. /; although     B. a; though    C. the; despite     D. a; despite
二、完形填空 (共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
As I sit here on the eve of my 3rd year non-smoker anniversary, I’m thinking about that last cigarette I smoked. I was sitting at the kitchen table at 10 in the   16   at home, sick with bronchitis(支气管炎) again. I felt miserable, weak and desperate. I   17   smoking that day in 2005 without any real confidence that I was smoking my   18   cigarette ever.
Today, there’s one thing about my future that I   19   with absolute certainty: I’ll never smoke again! I know without a shadow of a   20   that I’ll never go back. I’ve changed what cigarettes   21   to me and in the process I’ve gained permanent, true   22   from the habit that held me close for 26 long years!
Our thoughts and feelings control the   23   of our lives. It’s how we think about the experiences in our lives that   24  , not the events themselves.
Most of us smoked for years. We   25   to think of cigarettes as a part of us, even a friend. How do we now   26   changing the meaning that has become so   27    established in our lives? There are specific steps that when   28   will help you take control and shape your thoughts in ways that   29   you. Work these techniques into your daily routine and give them some time to   30   and flourish. You’ll be surprised at the positive   31   you can create in your life.
Anything you want to change in your life has to   32   from the should list to the must list. Most of us spent years thinking we should quit smoking. I sure did.  33    right now that quitting is a must for you. This has got to be the first step you take on the   34   to freedom. Don’t worry that you feel shaky and unsure. The steps outlined here will help you turn that   35   into strength of purpose. Make your quit a must—it’s where we all have to begin. 
16. A. morning       B. afternoon         C. evening           D. night
17. A. began         B. continued         C. quit           D. tried
18. A. first           B. last           C. hardest        D. longest
19. A. deal           B. know         C. regret             D. start
20. A. hope          B. need          C. doubt             D. determination
21. A. lead           B. belong        C. bring          D. mean
22. A. freedom       B. health         C. interest           D. friendship
23. A. content       B. freedom          C. quality            D. happiness 
24. A. changes           B. exists         C. appears           D. counts
25. A. came          B. used          C. happened          D. had
26. A. free from          B. go about          C. give up           D. keep on
27. A. easily         B. hardly            C. firmly             D. exactly
28. A. made          B. studied           C. followed           D. received
29. A. harm          B. hold           C. inspire            D. serve
30. A. disappear      B. grow          C. produce            D. think
31. A. thoughts       B. changes           C. results             D. development
32. A. move          B. range             C. refer            D. cycle
33. A. Decide        B. Admit             C. Realize         D. Consider
34. A. right          B. cost             C. path            D. mind
35. A. courage        B. happiness        C. sadness           D. shakiness
三、阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
A
Science Daily — World Wildlife Fund scientists have just announced the discovery of 11 new animal and plant species in a remote area in central Vietnam. They say that this discovery proves the importance of conservation efforts in the ancient tropical forests of the region.
Within the ancient tropical forests of a region known as Vietnam’s “Green Corridor”, scientists found a snake, five orchids(兰花), and two butterflies as well as three other plants new to science and exclusive(唯一的) to the Annamites Mountain Range. Ten other plant species, including four orchids, are still under examination but also appear to be new species.
“Discoveries of so many new species are rare and occur only in very special places like the ‘Green Corridor’,” said Dr. Chris Dickinson, WWF’s chief conservation scientist in the “Green Corridor”. “Several large mammal species were discovered in the 1990s in the same forests so these latest discoveries may be just the tip of the iceberg.”
“The rainforests likely existed as continuous un- disturbed forest cover for thousands of years, and, as a result, offer unique habitats for many species,” said WWF experts.
The new snake species, called the white-lipped keel- back, prefers living by streams where it catches frogs and other small animals easily. It can reach 31 inches.
Three of the new orchid species are entirely leafless, a rarity even among orchids. Containing none of the chlorophyll(叶绿素) or green pigment commonly found in plants, these orchids live on decaying matter like many fungal(真菌) species. The other new plants include an aspidistra which produces a nearly black flower and a newly-discovered species of arum with beautiful yellow flowers. Arum plants have funnel-shaped leaves surrounding the flowers.
The two new butterfly species are among eight discovered in the province since 1996. One is a skipper — a butterfly with quick, darting flight habits—from the genus Zela and the other is a new genus in the sub-family of Satyrinae.
36. What’s the main reason for so many new species being in this region?
A. That the forest is located in the tropics.   
B. That the rainforests aren’t destroyed for thousands of years.
C. The scientists’ hard work there.
D. That the forest is covered with kinds of green plants.
37. Three of the new orchid species are very particular because _______. 
A. they have no chlorophyll   
B. they live on decaying matter like fungal species
C. they have no leaves       
D. they don’t belong to any plant
38. According to Dr. Chris Dickinson, _______.
A. many more new species will probably be discovered in the region 
B. it’s impossible for us to find new species in any other places
C. it’s a pity that they didn’t find new large mammal species this time
D. the mountain is too large for all the new species to be discovered
39. We can infer from the report that _______. 
A. the central part of Vietnam is surrounded by mountains
B. Dr. Chris Dickinson has been living in the region since 1990s
C. new orchid species are the most among all the discovered new species since the 1990s
D. scientists have been working to protect the “Green Corridor” in the past years
40. Which is the best title for the passage?
A. A treasure-house of new species
B. “Green Corridor” in Vietnam
C. New animal and plant species found in Vietnam
D. Free kingdom of animals and plants
B
BUIF 2008 sponsored by Canon and Cameras Underwater
Film and photography entries are now being accepted for the 2008 British Underwater Image Festival (BUIF). Following on from two hugely successful years, the third British Underwater Image Festival returns to the Go Diving show at the Birmingham NEC on 14 to 16 March 2008.
More than £12,500 worth of prizes are available to the winners in each of the competition’s nine categories. The finalists of the 2008 Festival will be displayed at the three-day Go Diving show, which is part of the Outdoors Show.
he festival will showcase a range of winning still images(静像) and films from a variety of abilities, from first-time photographers to professional television documentary makers. A presentation of prizes and awards will be held at the festival on Saturday 15 March, followed by a champagne reception.
Leading underwater film-maker Peter Scoones, DIVE editor Simon Rogerson, British Society of Under- water Photographers (BSoUP) founder Colin Doeg, award-winning photographers Alex Mustard and Charles Hood will be among judges. Prize sponsors include Suunto, PADI, Mares and Apeks.
THE JUDGES
The panel of judges for the stills will be Colin Doeg, Alexander Mustard, Simon Rogerson and Charles Hood. The panel of the judges for the films will be Peter Scoones, Colin Doeg and Simon Rogerson.
By entering the competition, entrants declare that they own copyright of the submitted photographs and films. DIVE magazine declares that they reserve the right to publish winning images both in the magazine and on the website. Winning images will also be used in any future promotional(奖励的) material for the show and competition royalty free as well as any other necessary occasions. The finalists will be displayed at the event in March 2008. It will be one of the biggest events during the third British Underwater Image Festival.
ENTRY DEADLINE 31 JANUARY 2008
Send your entries with a completed entry form to:
DIVE Magazine
British Underwater Image Festival
One Victoria Villas,
Richmond,
Surrey,
TW9 2GW.
41. The first British Underwater Image Festival was pro- bably held _______.
A. in 2000    B. in 2002    C. in 2004    D. in 2006 
42. How much worth of prize will each winner obtain on average?
A. About £694.   B. About £750.   C. About £1,390     D. About £12,500.
43. Which of the statements is NOT true?
A. All the photography entries are shot under the water.
B. Anyone, including new comers, can take part in the festival.
C. All the participants must sign up for the festival before February.
D. An award-presenting ceremony will be held at the end of the festival.
44. During the festival, the following activities are to be held BUT _______.
A. a champagne reception   
B. publishing winning images
C. a presentation of prizes   
D. display of the finalists’ works
45. We can infer from the passage that DIVE Magazine ________.
A. has sponsored this festival together with some others
B. has bought the copyright of all the winning images
C. is published by British Underwater Image Festival
D. intends to make profits by sponsoring the festival
C
Uncle Tom’s Cabin was one of the most influential novels of all time, exposing the evils of slavery to a great many people who knew nothing so terrible was happening. Harriet Beecher Stowe, the book’s author, is said to have gotten the idea for her book from reading the autobiography of Josiah Henson.
Josiah Henson was born into slavery on a plantation in Charles County, Maryland on June 15, 1789. From an early age, Josiah experienced the cruelty of slavery. Josiah saw many slaves whipped and beaten. He watched their reactions and concluded that if he was loyal and worked hard, he would stay out of trouble and avoid the same fate. As he grew older and proved his loyalty, he was given the job of caring for the owner’s horse. Before long, he was sent to work in the fields under the hot sun from dawn to dusk.
Josiah learned about God from his mother. While still a young man, he began to preach the gospel. Eventually, he became a minister and gave talks, for which people would pay him money. By 1830, he had saved up $350 to buy his freedom. His master at the time had acknowledged that figure but increased it to $1,000 when Henson gave him the money. Josiah decided to take his family and escape. With the help of a Native American tribe and the Underground Railroad, they made their way to Canada.
Josiah founded The Dawn Institute, a settlement for runaway slaves near Ontario. At this place, former slaves would learn how to be successful farmers. He also began work on the Underground Railroad himself, helping hundreds of slaves to freedom in Canada.
He published his autobiography, Life of Josiah Henson, in 1849. Uncle Tom’s Cabin came out a few years later, and Henson traveled in Canada and England, giving lectures on his life as “Uncle Tom.” In fact, he retiled his autobiography My Life as Uncle Tom. He died on May 5, 1883, in Dresden, Ontario.
46. The Underground Railroad was _______.
A. a shortcut for slaves to run away  
B. an organized route to help slaves escape from slavery to freedom
C. an illegal way to save slaves from the north to the south
D. a safe path to transport slaves between the south and the north
47. Which of the following statements about Josiah is NOT true?
A. Josiah and his family succeeded in getting their freedom.
B. The loyalty to his master couldn’t bring good treatment.
C. The Dawn Institute aimed to help the slave to run away.
D. Josiah’s master was cruel and heartless. 
48. ________, Josiah Henson would not have escaped.
A. If his master hadn’t broken his promise 
B. If he had been more loyal to his master
C. If his master had treated him a little better 
D. If he hadn’t been sent to work in the fields
49. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that ________.
A. Josiah Henson and the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin are friends
B. Uncle Tom’s Cabin was a copy of Life of Josiah Henson
C. Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Henson’s autobiography had nothing to do with each other 
D. the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Josiah Henson got inspiration from each other
50. Which of the following makes no sense when they are used to describe Josiah?
A. Helpful.    B. Sympathetic     C. Loyal.      D. Brave.
D
In January 2006, several individuals in Northwest Arkansas watched their friends and loved ones die the quick and horrible death of ALS. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis is a neuromuscular disease(神经肌肉疾病) for which there is no known cure or prevention.
After dealing with the grief of losing her husband, Steve Kressen, to ALS, Sylvia knew she had to act. “I wanted to do something to honor my wonderful husband Steve and to be there for others with ALS,” she says. “I knew well that caring for someone with ALS is a demanding job and yet I recalled the love, support and friendship that helped Steve and our children through to the very end. I had to do something. I knew that they needed all the support they could to maintain a high quality of life as long as they could.”
Sylvia Kressen and a few volunteers she had recruited(征募) tried to establish a Northwest Arkansas ALS chapter. Some of the fledgling(刚开始的) organization’s initial volunteer leaders had to drop out for one reason or another. While Sylvia had good business experience, she had no experience with nonprofits.
Sylvia turned to Northwest Arkansas SCORE. She found encouragement, support and a wealth of knowledge of nonprofit organizations. Sylvia says, “The entire chapter deserves thanks for its willingness to help. But without Bill Powell’s wisdom and in-depth knowledge, we would have floundered and failed.”
Sylvia says, “We have done so much.”  Patients had no one to go to for encourage- ment and answers, but now a support group meets monthly with 30 members. ALS patients often didn’t know how specialized medical equipment could improve their quality of life or how to acquire such equipment. Now, through the generous help of an Arkansas Rotary Club and the Rotary Medical Supply Network in Tulsa, Okla., a free medical equipment loan program has been developed.
51. Sylvia determined to act for people with ALS because the following BUT _____.
A. she once suffered from the disease           B. her husband died of ALS
C. others had helped her through the hard days  D. she’s a woman full of love
52. From the passage we can learn that SCORE is ______.
A. a commercial organization     B. a consultation organization   
C. a lawyer                   D. a governmental official
53. The work of starting such an organization was hard at first because _______.
A. she had little profit  
B. the initial volunteer leaders had all left
C. caring for people with ALS was a demanding job
D. Sylvia had not any business experience
54. From the last paragraph we can know that ______.
A. no patients went to ask for help in the past
B. now two other clubs has replaced Northwest Arkansas ALS chapter
C. in future patients can get medical equipment for their disease free of charge
D. ALS can only be cured with a medical equipment instead of medicine
55. The underlined word “floundered” is the nearest in meaning to “______”.
A. broken the law       B. pulled through   
C. cost too much       D. had a lot of problems

四、写作(共两节,满分35分)
第一节: 阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
Doctors say anger can be an extremely damaging emotion, unless you learn how to deal with it. They warn that anger can lead to heart disease, stomach problems, headaches, emotional problems and possibly cancer.
Anger is a normal emotion that we all feel from time to time. Some people express anger openly in a calm reasonable way. Others burst with anger, and scream and yell. But other people keep their anger inside. They can not or will not express it. This is called repressing anger.
For years many doctors thought that repressing anger was more dangerous to a person's health than expressing it. They said that when a person is angry, the brain releases the same hormones (荷尔蒙).They speed the heart rate, raise blood pressure, or sugar into the blood, etc.In general the person feels excited and ready to act.
Some doctors say that both repressing and expressing anger can be dangerous. They believe that those who express anger violently may be more likely to develop heart disease, and they believe that those who keep their anger inside may face a greater danger of high blood pressure.
Doctors say the solution is learning how to deal with anger. They say the first step is to admit that you are angry and to recognize the real cause of the anger, then decide if the cause is serious enough to get angry about. If it is, they say, “Do not express your anger while angry. Wait until your anger has cooled down and you are able to express yourself calmly and reasonably.”
Doctors say that a good way to deal with anger is to find humor in the situation that has made you angry. They said that laughter is much healthier than anger.
56. What’s the author’s purpose by writing this passage? (No more than 15 words)
   _________________________________________________________________________
57. What’s the meaning of the underlined word “repressing” in Paragraph 2? (No more than 5 words)
   _________________________________________________________________________
58. According to the passage, what are the common ways for people to express their anger? (No more than 20 words)
   _________________________________________________________________________
   _________________________________________________________________________
59. Why do doctors say anger is dangerous? (No more than 15 words)
   _________________________________________________________________________
   _________________________________________________________________________
60. How can you deal with anger successfully in your daily life? (No more than 20 words)
   _________________________________________________________________________
   _________________________________________________________________________
第二节 书面表达(满分25分)
假设你叫李华,今年七月毕业于东南大学计算机科学与工程学院 (Department of Computer Science and Engineering in Southeast University) ,打算到美国南加州大学 (The University of Southern California) 攻读硕士学位。请你根据下表中的个人信息,用英语写一封申请留学并索要申请材料的信件。
姓名: 李 华 性别: 男 出生年月:1985年5月
毕业院校: 东南大学 专业: 计算机
申请院校: 美国南加州大学 申请专业: 计算机科学
兴趣爱好: 电脑网络和英语 电子邮箱: lihua@tom.com
注意:
1. 信件须包括表中所有要点,但不要逐条翻译;
2. 词数:100左右;
3. 信的开头和结尾已写好,不计入总词数;
4. 参考词汇:申请材料 application materials
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing in the hope that I may obtain an opportunity to further my study in Computer Science in your university.                                                           

Yours sincerely,
Li Hua

 

参考答案:
1-15  DABCA   BCDBD   ACABB
16-35  ACBBC  DACDA   BCCDB   BAACD
36-55  BCADC  DCDBA   BCADC    ABCCD
第一节: 阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
56. To give people some advice / tips on how to deal with anger.
He wants to tell us anger is dangerous and offers the solutions to anger
57. hiding / preventing/ holding back (或相应动词的不定式形式)
58. Some people express anger openly in a calm reasonable way. Others burst with anger, and scream and yell.
59. Because it can lead to heart disease, stomach problems, headaches, emotional problems and possibly cancer.
60. I will first find the real cause of my anger and then calm down before I express myself reasonably. (Open answers)
One possible version:
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing in the hope that I may obtain an opportunity to further my study in Computer Science in your university.
My name is Li Hua, male, born in May, 1985. I graduated from Department of Computer Science and Engineering in Southeast University in July. I have always been interested in computers and the Internet. Besides, I’m good at English. I know that the University of Southern California is one of the most famous universities in the USA, so I would like to continue my study in Computer Science there.
I would appreciate it if you could give me more information and send me some necessary application materials. Please contact me via e-mail lihua@tom.com.
I’m looking forward to your reply.
Yours sincerely,
Li Hua


 

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